1-20 of 68 items from 2013 « Prev | Next »
When you think of odd couples, you think of Tony Randall and Jack Klugman, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, but what about Steve Coogan and Judi Dench? Based on a true story, "Philomena" stars Dench and Coogan and focuses on the efforts of Philomena Lee (Dench), mother to a boy conceived out of wedlock and given away for adoption in the United States. “I’d worked with Billy Connolly on Mrs. Brown,” Judi Dench recalls, “and Steve Coogan and Billy are very alike in a way. They’re both real comics, and they apply tremendous dedication to serious acting, something that isn’t their form of work naturally. They’re both very good at it. And then in between takes, of course, they make you cry with laughter. “The more tense it is, the better it is. Perhaps if we’d been doing a comedy, we’d have cried between the takes. »
On November 19 2013 Twilight Zone The Complete Series releases on DVD in one big box set. All 156 episodes of this groundbreaking series are included giving fans the chance to travel to another dimension of sight and sound again and again. This series saw some great performers during its five year run including Dennis Hopper Bill Bixby Leonard Nimoy Burt Reynolds Jack Klugman Robert Redford Agnes Moorhead William Shatner and too many more to mention. Even today The Twilight Zone remains a treasured anthology program and ever since Rod Serling introduced his own brand of weirdness to viewers on October 2 1959 the impact has been felt by fans of horror and scifi world wide. »
It's Halloween and we've been doing all sorts of cool things all week to celebrate the big day, but believe me when I tell you we've saved the best for last! On tap right now is your chance to win the complete "The Twilight Zone" series on DVD!
To enter for your chance to win, just send us an E-mail Here including your Full Name And Mailing Address. We’ll take care of the rest. You will receive your prize on the street date of November 19th.
From the Press Release
Image Entertainment, an Rlj Entertainment (Nasdaq: Rlje) brand, announces the release of Rod Serling’s groundbreaking, science fiction anthology The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series, available on DVD on November 19, 2013, at an Srp of $169.98.
All 156 episodes of Rod Serling’s classic, groundbreaking series in one special box set! Travel to another dimension of sight and sound again and again. »
- Uncle Creepy
Image Entertainment, an Rlj Entertainment (Nasdaq: Rlje) brand, announces the release of Rod Serling’s groundbreaking, science fiction anthology The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series, available on DVD on Nov. 19, 2013, at an Srp of $169.98. All 156 episodes of Rod Serling’s classic, groundbreaking series in one special box set! Travel to another dimension of sight and sound again and again. The series cast includes Rod Serling, Art Carney, Burgess Meredith, Cliff Robertson, Dennis Hopper, Bill Bixby, Leonard Nimoy, Burt Reynolds, Don Rickles, Jack Klugman, Robert Redford, Lee Marvin, Martin Landau, Telly Savalas, William Shatner and many more! The Twilight Zone remains television's most treasured anthology program. The brainchild of writer and narrator Rod Serling -- inspired by the »
- Pietro Filipponi
Image Entertainment an Rlj Entertainment announced the release of Rod Serlings groundbreaking science fiction anthology The Twilight Zone The Complete Series available on DVD on Nov. 19 2013 for 169.98. All 156 episodes of Rod Serlings classic groundbreaking series in one special box set Travel to another dimension of sight and sound again and again. The series cast includes Rod Serling Art Carney Burgess Meredith Cliff Robertson Dennis Hopper Bill Bixby Leonard Nimoy Burt Reynolds Don Rickles Jack Klugman Robert Redford Lee Marvin Martin Landau Telly Savalas William Shatner and »
George Clooney, Natalie Portman and Justin Timberlake are among the potential witnesses listed by Ed Asner and the 15 other plaintiffs in the lawsuit against SAG-aftra over $130 million in unpaid funds.
Thursday’s serving of the witness list comes a week and half before an Oct. 7 hearing in federal court over the union’s motion for a dismissal of the suit, which alleges extensive misconduct by the union in how it has handled foreign royalties and residuals. SAG-aftra has repeatedly brushed off the suit’s allegations and insisted it has done nothing wrong.
The plaintiffs — who have alleged that SAG and AFTRA have not made significant efforts to locate high-profile actors to pay the royalties and residuals — have named more than two dozen highly recognizable thesps as possible witnesses including Clooney, Portman and Timberlake.
- Dave McNary
It has been “brutal” for Lea Michele ever since she lost her boyfriend, Cory Monteith. However, she repeatedly proves just how strong she is, and it’s all to show people how wonderful Cory was as a person.
Lea Michele Wants Everyone To Know How Loving He Was
While Lea didn’t make an appearance at the Emmys, she was extremely happy with the tribute her co-star Jane Lynch paid to Cory.
“She just wants Cory to be remembered and honored, and the more people that know the person he was to her and his loved ones is very much all she wants,” a source close to her told HollywoodLife.com exclusively.
The speech really did just that, as Jane said at the Emmys, “Millions did fall in love with Cory, »
- Emily Longeretta
As much as we cherish the memory of the departed stars, I can’t imagine that signature line was the producers’ intention.
The fact that sorrow and even anger overshadowed the separate tributes to James Gandolfini, Gary David Goldberg, Jean Stapleton, Jonathan Winters and, most controversially, Cory Monteith, was the product of several miscalculations, and as gloomy as the subject might be, it’s worth analyzing where things went wrong.
1) The downside of advance notice
The uncomfortable, often nasty and therefore decidedly unfortunate angst centered on the special tributes would have been avoided had the Academy and CBS chosen not to publicize them beforehand. And the only reason to publicize them is for precisely the reason many people objected »
- Jon Weisman
Sunday night's Emmy Awards telecast tried to do something a little different by singling out five stars who had recently passed away and independently eulogizing them with anecdotes from their respective former co-stars and friends. The choice courted controversy from the start, especially with Glee's Cory Monteith being one of the stars chosen to be remembered, since many believed that more established stars -- such as Dallas and I Dream of Jeannie favorite Larry Hagman -- were passed over. Et exclusively sat down with Hagman's son, Preston Hagman, to get his take on the matter, and he declared, "If you're going to respect and recognize them, then do it correctly."
Pics: Hit or Miss Fashions of the Emmys
The stars remembered with a special moment on last night's telecast were James Gandolfini, Jonathan Winters, Jean Stapleton, Family Ties creator Gary David Goldberg, and Monteith. Other stars fondly remembered in the In Memoriam montage included Hagman, [link »
The Emmys snubbed legendary TV stars Jack Klugman and Larry Hagman, but included Cory Monteith and that has raised some ire from Klugman's son and many TV viewers sounding off on social media. Cory Monteith's resume is fairly thin compared to Jack Klugman and Larry Hagman, he appeared on 81 episodes of Glee, a series that was renewed for a fifth season by Fox. Glee finished last year at number 50 overall in the ratings and averaged just over 8 million viewers per episode. With that in mind, Jack Klugman's son said he didn't believe Cory Monteith deserved to be honored at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles held on Sunday night (Sept. 22, 2013) if his father wasn't. The late 'Odd Couple' star's son Adam Klugman has criticized organizers of the ceremony for planning a special tribute to the 'Glee' star, 31, who was found dead in his hotel room in »
The Emmys tried something new with the standard In Memoriam tribute Sunday. It may or may not have worked. In addition to the usual tribute montage to those who died over the last year, five individuals were celebrated separately. Gary David Goldberg, Jonathan Winters, James Gandolfini, Monteith and Jean Stapleton who received solo tributes from their famous friends and colleagues in the industry.They were spoken about briefly onstage by Michael J. Fox, Robin Williams, Edie Falco, Jane Lynch and Rob Reiner, respectively. To many, the choices felt a little too much like a popularity contest. One was Jack Klugman’s son, »
- Tony Maglio
From the moment it was announced that this year’s Primetime Emmy Awards would handle the annual In Memoriam segment differently, by singling out certain fallen stars for special remembrance, many cried foul.
And in its actual execution, the new approach didn’t earn many fans either.
Related | Ratings: Emmys Eye a Possible Seven-Year High
Sprinkled throughout Sunday night’s CBS telecast, James Gandolfini (The Sopranos), Jean Stapleton (All in the Family), sitcom scion Gary David Goldberg, comedy icon Jonathan Winters and Glee‘s young Cory Monteith each were paid distinct tribute by individuals who had worked alongside them. But »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Pretty in peach! The feminine hue ruled the red carpet at the Emmy Awards, where a slew of stars showed off the shade. Check out who rocked the look right here and find out what makes the shade so unique.
The Emmy Awards at the Nokia Theatre in La on Sept. 22 brought out a slew of stylish looks as stunning stars really dressed their best, all while rocking some of the hottest red carpet trends — and the most popular hue of the night proved to be peach! From soft blush tones to more prominent pinks, the celeb set showed off the shade in so many variations, making the feminine pastel hue the most dominant color of the night on the red carpet.
Emmys Dresses 2013: Peach Gowns Ruled The Red Carpet!
After taking one look at these leading ladies we’re blushing! The peach pastel trend proves to be popular, »
- Katrina Mitzeliotis
The ‘Scandal’ star loves to take risks on the red carpet, and the Emmy Awards were no exception! What did you think of her feminine floral frock last night? Vote.
Kerry Washington is always one to watch on the red carpet, and she kept things interesting when she arrived at the Nokia Theatre in La on Sept. 22 for the 65th annual Emmy Awards. Although she didn’t take home an Emmy, she did win for her stellar style sense as she opted for an interesting Marchesa gown. Whether you love or loathe this look, there’s no denying the fact that she bravely took a chance and definitely didn’t play it safe.
Kerry Washington Emmys Dress:
The 36-year-old star opted for a romantic and feminine look for the show when she stepped out in a blush Marchesa gown, complete with a train. The frock featured an empire waist and »
- Katrina Mitzeliotis
The 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, aired on Sunday evening and now we have the list of winners (in red) and nominees from the event. Check it out below and let us know if you agree with the results. "Breaking Bad" took home the award in the best drama series, beating such shows as "Downton Abbey," "Game of Thrones," "Homeland," House of Cards" and "Mad Men." But the biggest surprise of the evening was that "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston didn't win for best actor in a drama series. That award went to Jeff Daniels for "The Newsroom." Claire Danes won for best actress in a drama series for her work on "Homeland." The actress won the same award last year. And this year marks the first time a show not airing on television has received nominations. That show is "House of Cards," which is exclusive to Netflix. »
An In Memoriam segment for those Hollywood has lost has been a staple at the Emmy Awards each year — but not everyone was a fan of this year's innovation, which included a standalone tribute to Glee's Cory Monteith from costar Jane Lynch. Just days before the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards went live at the Nokia Theatre in L.A. on Sunday, Sept. 22, Jack Klugman's son, Adam Klugman, complained that the late Canadian star's tribute is an insult to the memory of his late father, who [...] »
Jane Lynch just delivered a powerful tribute at the Emmys for her "Glee" costar Cory Monteith ... that definitely won't make Jack Klugman's son feel any better.Jane pulled no punches during the speech ... reminding the audience Cory "wasn't perfect" -- and referred to his death as a reminder of the dangers of addiction.Klugman's son felt the Emmys dissed his father by choosing to pay special tribute to Cory ... whose death he called a "self-induced tragedy. »
- TMZ Staff
In a year that found a lot of unexpected upsets, Breaking Bad, Modern Family and Behind the Candelabra were the big winners at The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards Sunday night, airing live from the Nokia Theater in downtown Los Angeles. Read on for the recap…
Click Here for the complete list of winners!
Pics: Hit or Miss Fashions of the Emmys
A true victory for a series in its final season, AMC's Breaking Bad was named Outstanding Drama over Mad Men, Game of Thrones, House of Cards, Homeland and Downton Abbey. Show creator Vince Gilligan gasped, "I did not see this coming. I thought it was going to be House of Cards..." Meanwhile, HBO's Behind the Candelabra was named Outstanding Movie or Miniseries. The Liberace biopic earned its star Michael Douglas his first Emmy in the title role and also gave director Steven Soderbergh his first shiny lady. Upon winning »
The Emmycast always plays a little differently when you’re inside the theater rather than watching on the screen.
Among the more interesting moments:
** Jack Klugman got huge applause during the “In Memoriam” segment. There was much hubbub about him not being included in the special tribute segs.
** There was obvious surprise in the room when two underdogs triumphed in tough categories: Jeff Daniels (pictured) for lead drama actor for “The Newsroom” and Bobby Cannavale for supporting drama actor for “Boardwalk Empire.”
** The “Modern Family” cast is treated like royalty. Everybody wants a photo with TV’s favorite family.
- Marc Graser
Special tributes during the Primetime Emmys to Cory Monteith, James Gandolfini, Jean Stapleton, Jonathan Winters and Gary David Goldberg, each of whom passed away in the past year, came as leadouts to commercials, beginning nearly 30 minutes into the ceremony.
“I’m here to say that all that warmth and that charm, that open-hearted quality we loved him for, was no act,” Lynch said, adding that his death was a reminder of the “painful” effects of addiction.
“For a generation that loved Cory so, this gifted and wonderful young man was worthy of your love,” Lynch said.
“His portrayal of Tony Soprano had such depth and dimension that a lot of people had trouble believing that’s not really who he was,” Falco said. “Jim was quite different. »
- Jon Weisman
1-20 of 68 items from 2013 « Prev | Next »
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners