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This week on ABC’s Scandal, Cyrus suddenly found himself quickly heading for a wedding, Sally Langston returned as a “bully” and Olivia gave Fitz a ring.
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So, the return to frantic, “old school” Opa fixing took a back seat this week, in a quieter hour that was squarely focused on Cyrus’ long-gestating fauxgagement to rent boy Michael. The chief of staff’s fiance got caught carousing at Gentleman John’s, so spin was needed, to spare Cy disgrace.
Olivia’s fix: fast-track a “gay, Republican wedding,” held at no »
Sometimes, high school can be a virtual hell. Mileage varies by the individual, of course, but in a place where acceptance at a lunch table can be akin to finding an oasis in a desert, there's more weight on the shoulders of many teens than just their backpack straps. Such is the case for Ewen High School student Carrie White, the telekinetic titular character of Stephen King's seminal debut novel published in 1974.
Carrie has been adapted for the screen multiple times for multiple generations, and Scream Factory is giving the Generation Y versions a high-definition upgrade, with their Carrie and The Rage: Carrie 2 double feature Blu-ray now set to hit shelves with an official release date and bonus features, including two new audio commentaries.
Press Release - "Get ready for a double dose of telekinesis terror! Scream Factory presents Carrie & The Rage: Carrie 2 on Blu-ray on April »
- Derek Anderson
Don’t we all love us some telekinetic teenage angst? The gang over at Scream Factory certainly do, and are set unleash a double dose of Carrie White onto Bluray, when the double feature of 2002’s Angela Bettis-led Carrie adaption and Kat Shea’s 1999 Carrie sequel, The Rage: Carrie 2 hits shelves on April 14th. While last year saw yet another adaption of Stephen King’s classic novel, the 2002 version was a lot closer to the source material and though nothing will top Brian De Palma’s 1976 Carrie, the Bettis-led version is quite entertaining. Plus, with scenes like seeing one of the kids from Home Improvement getting his balls impaled in The Rage: Carrie 2, what’s not to like about that one?
- Jerry Smith
Recently, NBC delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Law And Order: Svu" episode 16 of season 16. The episode is entitled, "December Solstice," and it turns out that we're going to see some very dramatic and intense stuff go down when a huge feud breaks out over a war for estate property, along with a criminal investigation on an abusive wife, and more! In the new, 16th episode press release: A literary icon's life is going to become a tabloid headline. Press release number 2: Celebrity author ,Walter Briggs (guest star Robert Vaughn), is going to be the focus of a feud between his sixth wife, Charmaine (guest star Marcia Cross), and his daughters from previous marriages (guest stars Emily Bergl and Susan Pourfar). The fight over control for both his well-being and his estate, will become a criminal case when Charmaine is accused of abusing her husband. In the meantime, »
Fans of the Showtime series Shameless don't have to worry about it being cancelled anytime soon. The execs have already renewed it for a sixth season. Will the ratings continue to grow in season five or will they fall? Stay tuned to find out.
Shameless continues to tell the story of alcoholic father Frank Gallagher (William H. Macy) and his six smart and independent kids who are working to survive without him. The show also stars Emmy Rossum, Jeremy Allen White, Cameron Monaghan, Emma Kenney, Ethan Cutkosky, Joan Cusack, Shanola Hampton, Steve Howey, Noel Fisher, and Emily Bergl.
5 items from 2015
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