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Apparently, the cure for spoilerphobia is whatever was in Will Forte‘s cup when he and the cast of The Last Man on Earth stopped by TVLine’s Comic-Con studio presented by Zte. “He’s drunk,” Kristen Schaal told Michael Ausiello.
PhotosTVLine @ Comic-Con: Our Exclusive Photos of Dozens of Fan Favorites
Forte wasn’t really. But for whatever reason, not only did the Fox comedy’s creator/star lead the gang in a performance of the first scene of Season 3 (premiering Sunday, Sept. 25, at 9:30/8:30c), he revealed which presidential candidate was (not really) at the door when it concluded. »
January Jones rocked San Diego Comic Con’s red carpet in a daring floral romper that showed off her toned legs. The playful mixed print playsuit featured black and white stripes, flutter sleeves and multi-colored flowers splashed across half of the outfit. The artsy number is from Elie Saab’s ready-to-wear spring 2016 collection. The actress paired the outfit with […]
- Nadia Misir
BoJack Horseman, one of the very best shows on television, returned for a wonderful — and, somehow, darker than ever — third season on Friday, and Netflix ordered a fourth season later that day. I'll have an episode-by-episode breakdown later this week, but I'm first pleased to bring you this long conversation with BoJack creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg. (Note: We did this a week and a half ago, prior to the renewal announcement, so his last answer refers to the show's fate being up in the air, even as he talks about plans for what he wants to do next with it.) Originally, I had intended to only ask questions about the season's remarkable fourth installment — one of the best episodes of TV I've seen all year — a largely dialogue-free installment set underwater, where BoJack's attempt to promote Secretariat at a film festival on the ocean floor goes awry. But then I realized »
- Alan Sepinwall
Kirsten Howard Jul 5, 2016
We dig through the ten recent straight-to-dvd films of Mr Nicolas Cage. Can we find a gem in there?
My mum, having just gone through an acrimonious divorce, was trying to drum up the optimism to find love again, and apparently that involved watching a lot of rom-coms where an idealised – or at least intrinsically whimsical – version of love prevailed over boring old steadfast responsibility.
She would watch Dirty Dancing three or four times in a day, rewinding the ending relentlessly and bawling her eyes out. A VHS of Baby Boom was worn down until the tape resembled a type of grey, flimsy nylon. I hesitate to imagine what she was projecting with repeated viewings of Overboard, »
It’s almost that time of year when hordes of TV fans storm San Diego to get a sneak peek at their favorite returning shows and a glimpse of the upcoming season’s best new offerings at Comic-Con. Below, we’ve compiled the dates, times and locations of all the major TV-related events.
PhotosFall TV Preview: Your Guide to Next Season’s New Shows
We’ll be updating this page as more panels are announced, so make sure to bookmark it and check back often!
Wednesday, July 20
“Prison Break” and “24: Legacy” will make their revamped Comic-Con debuts this summer.
The two hotly-anticipated series are part of 20th Century Fox Television’s lineup at the annual summer mega-fest. The studio announced their entire Comic-Con programming slate on Monday, which includes events for 13 shows.
“Son of Zorn,” Jason Sudeikis’ animated-hybrid comedy, will make its Con debut. The full cast and crew of “Bones” will gather one final time at the convention, before the series signs off. 20th is also sending the teams behind animated favorites “American Dad,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy,” plus “Scream Queens,” “Last Man on Earth” and “Salem.” As for new projects premiering in 2016-2017, the studio is sending “The Exorcist” and “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” to Comic-Con.
Aside from panels and screenings for the 13 shows above, the studio will host its stars and producers on their two-story Fox booth on the convention room floor for autograph signings »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Michael and Lincoln are hightailing it to San Diego.
Twentieth Century Fox Television has unveiled its Comic-Con 2016 slate and a panel for Fox’s 9-episode Prison Break revival is on the docket, with returning cast members Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell, Sarah Wayne Callies and Robert Knepper all confirmed to attend.
VideosPrison Break: Michael and Lincoln Reunite in Trailer for Fox Revival
Bones will make its last Sdcc appearance ahead of its 12th and final season with nearly its entire cast — Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Tj Thyne, Michaela Conlin, Tamara Taylor and John Boyd included — present.
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Fox TV is packing up 13 series to bring to San Diego’s Comic-Con, where it will premiere new live-action/animated hybrid sitcom, “Son of Zorn.” There, the broadcast network will also unveil first looks at “Prison Break,” “24: Legacy,” “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” and “The Exorcist.” Additionally, the “Bones” cast and creators will return for a Comic-Con sendoff. Talent and producers already scheduled to appear include: David Boreanaz, Jamie Lee Curtis, Geena Davis, Emily Deschanel, Will Forte, Corey Hawkins, January Jones, Victoria Justice, Lea Michele, Christina Milian, Wentworth Miller, Miranda Otto, Dominic Purcell, Lou Adler, Brannon Braga, Howard Gordon, »
- Tony Maglio
What will happen in season three of The Last Man on Earth? Recently, the castmembers of the Fox series brainstormed some possible season three plans, reports Deadline.
The comedy stars Will Forte as Phil, a man who thinks he's the last person on Earth after a deadly virus has wiped out the planet's population. However, he soon discovers he's not alone. The cast also includes Kristen Schaal, January Jones, and Mary Steenburgen.
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One could argue that January Jones is the epitome of American beauty. Her makeup routine, however, leans effortlessly French. In a recent interview with The Coveteur, the American Wedding star revealed her go-to products. And, surprisingly, it's much more about moisturized skin and nourished locks rather than the bold lip and winged liner we've come to associate her with. "At this current point in my life, my hair care and skin-care regimes are more extensive than the actual makeup that I wear," she told the site. On top of using a plethora of masks, including a Kérastase conditioning treatment, and iS clinical serums, the actress banks on Sisley Paris day cream and sunscreen (like »
Emmy voters love Allison Janney, who already has a total of six statuettes for her work on three different shows — “The West Wing,” “Mom” and “Masters of Sex.” Janney looks to be a sure thing to land a third consecutive nomination for her work on “Mom” this year, having won the last two years in a row.
Can anyone overtake Janney? Perhaps previous winner Julie Bowen, who continues to score nominations even when other “Modern Family” co-stars have dropped off the list. If there’s a surge of love for the former champ, her co-star Sofia Vergara could also score another nomination.
There are plenty of previous nominees who have yet to win, including Mayim Bialik (“The Big Bang Theory”), Anna Chlumsky (“Veep”), Gaby Hoffmann (“Transparent”), Jane Krakowski (“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”) and Niecy Nash (“Getting On”). Hoffmann’s co-stars Judith Light and Amy Landecker also had standout years, while HBO »
- Jenelle Riley
When it was released 10 years ago (on May 26, 2006), "X-Men: The Last Stand" seemed like the end of an era -- the conclusion of the "X-Men" trilogy, the end of director Bryan Singer's involvement with the franchise, and the last time we'd see the original cast. Little did we know that it was only the beginning, that Singer, the X-Men, and even Patrick Stewart as Professor X would all be back with a vengeance.
While "X3" was a huge hit at the box office, it was divisive with fans -- it's the poster-child for why third installments of movie franchises are usually regarded as the worst entry. In honor of the infamous threequel's tenth anniversary, here are ten things you need to know about the summer blockbuster.
1. After directing the first two "X-Men" movies to critical and commercial success, Singer famously dropped out of the third movie to make "Superman Returns. »
- Gary Susman
A review of the Last Man on Earth finale, and thoughts on the series as a whole at this point, coming up just as soon as I'm an analyst in Nasa's Fartology and Toots division... What an odd show this is: brilliant at the beginnings and ends of seasons, occasionally bordering on unwatchable in between. The second season got better at modulating Phil's behavior so it — and the group's reaction to it — wasn't quite so one-note, but the show is vastly more interesting and funny when we're away from the group (whether with Phil, Carol, or Mike) than when the bulk of the show consists of people being annoyed by the main character. Fortunately, Phil spent the bulk of "30 Years of Science Down the Tubes" chasing after his brother (in the Back to the Future DeLorean, no less), which led to a fun and then tragic dynamic between the Miller siblings, »
- Alan Sepinwall
[Youtube "80ngyvghnLo"] Jason Sudeikis and Will Forte fans are in for quite a treat on Sunday's episode of The Last Man on Earth. The former Saturday Night Live costars play brothers on the Fox sitcom and to cap off a long fight, the two siblings bond over their shared love of karaoke, as can be seen in an exclusive sneak peek.Equal parts hilarious and soothing, the two harmonize beautifully on the Academy Award-winning song "Falling Slowly" from the movie Once. But it sounds like the brothers did not take note of the name of the film that introduced their song to the world. »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
It looks like Phil Miller and The Last Man on Earth TV show are both survivors. Fox is sticking with the Sunday night sitcom and has renewed it for a third season to air as part of the 2016-17 season.
The Last Man on Earth begins in 2020 -- a year after a deadly virus has swept the plant. A resident of Tucson, Phil (Will Forte) believes he's the last human alive but soon discovers he's not alone. The rest of the cast includes Kristen Schaal, January Jones, Mel Rodriguez, and Cleopatra Coleman.
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From comic book romps to space-bound cinema sagas, fans are very protective of their favourite franchises. Most likely whoever is reading this has a strong idea of who should play what in the multitude of graphic novels, fiction ranges, TV shows and movie reboots yet to be squeezed from the cash cow’s teat.
It causes consternation on a volcanic level when a creative team is chosen to adapt the property, and you can practically feel the lava spattering when the casting is announced. Often there’s a warm welcome – I don’t think many would have had a problem with Emily Blunt as Black Widow. Then when she dropped out and Scarlett Johansson entered the frame there weren’t exactly riots in the streets.
Producers tread a fine line between getting someone photogenic in to ensure the male demographic get their asses on seats and honouring the source material. »
- Steve Palace
Celebrities wasted no time kicking off Super Bowl weekend, popping up at a series of parties in San Francisco on Saturday night. January Jones and Amy Adams were visions in white at Vanity Fair's bash, along with Adriana Lima, Jon Bon Jovi, and Joe and Nick Jonas, who also attended the event. Over at DirecTV's annual soiree, Olivia Munn and Julianne Hough showed up in the same outfit, while Nina Dobrev linked up with pal Kate Hudson, who gave us yet another peek at her impressive abs in a black crop top. Liam Hemsworth also made an appearance, as did Kate Bosworth, who was accompanied by husband Michael Polish. Meanwhile, Taraji P. Henson stepped out at the annual NFL honors ceremony just a day after winning big at the NAACP Image Awards. Keep reading to go inside all of the star-studded parties now! »
- Monica Sisavat
The Screen Actors Guild Awards was another one for the books with actors graciously taking to the stage to accept their awards during the televised event. Here are some of the moments People witnessed from inside the ceremony. Backstage, the night's big names like Uzo Aduba and Kevin Spacey all shared fun moments with Life Achievement Award honoree Carol Burnett. "I had to remember to breathe," the Orange Is the New Black star was overheard telling a friend. Double winner Idris Elba proudly carried his actor statuettes, even pretending to use them for weightlifting. "They're going to be weights!" he told People. »
- Karen Mizoguchi
January Jones' Betty Draper may not have been the best role model for her daughter Sally on Mad Men, but the actress gave some valuable advice to the girl who played the teen, Kiernan Shipka. At the 2016 SAG Awards, the 16-year-old actress revealed Jones, 38, told her the best way of posing on the red carpet. "She told me, and this is a very useful tip that I've used every day since...she was saying, 'You've got to start on one end and then go all the way down 'cause everyone's kind of yelling and stuff.' To avoid looking like a crazy person, you got to really calmly like, shhhh, do that," Kiernan told E! News' Brad Goreski exclusively, offering a »
9-year-old Jacob Tremblay, who was recently awarded with the Best Young Actor/Actress award at the Critics Choice Awards for his performance in Room, has signed on to guest star on Fox’s critically acclaimed comedy The Last Man on Earth.
The breakout actor will play a young version of Will Forte’s Phil Tandy Miller for one episode; presumably, Tremblay will appear in a flashback, which is a device that has rarely been used in past episodes of the show.
Not only did critics praise Tremblay for his portrayal as Jacob alongside Brie Larson in Room, but over the last few months, the actor has received numerous nominations and awards from such esteemed groups as the Screen Actors Guild and the National Board of Review.
- Justin Cook
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