1-20 of 46 items from 2013 « Prev | Next »
It’s all really happening, Marshmallows: The Veronica Mars movie has a release date!
The cult hit’s Kickstarter-funded, big-screen revival, now officially titled Veronica Mars, will hit theaters on March 14, 2014 — almost exactly a year after the film’s fundraising efforts began.
Video | Veronica Mars Movie — Which Character Is Accused of Murder?
The film’s original distribution plan involved a limited run in a handful of cities, along with a later release via video-on-demand and other digital platforms. But creator Rob Thomas tells EW.com that Warner Bros. is now planning a wider, nationwide launch, with the number of screens still Tbd. »
- Megan Masters
NBC has given The Blacklist an early second season renewal. Most freshman TV shows don’t get a second season this early (Sleepy Hollow did, but it’s airing a short season).
According to a report from RadarOnline, ABCis hoping to fill the cast for the next season of Dancing with the Stars with Oscar winners and Renee Zellweger headlining. Are there that many Oscar winners that would do Dancing with the Stars?
CNN chief Jeff Zucker says that the news channel needs “more shows and less newscasts.” With Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown as its top show, he’s talking about airing documentaries as part of the weekday primetime lineup and revamping news programs to have an “attitude »
- Lyle Masaki
Haven is careening towards a season finale that is coming far too soon, as it does every year. Tonight’s new episode is number 11 of 13 for the season. Eric Balfour (Duke) told me last month that this is his favorite episode of the season, because guest stars Danny Masterson (Men at Work, That ‘70s Show) and Kris Lemche (Joan of Arcadia, Ghost Whisperer) are his offscreen friends. Friends who are playing… the Darkside Seekers!
Yes those “famous” fictional investigators of the strange and unusual have finally made it to our favorite strange and unusual town, which should make for another excellent episode. Check out the featurettes that “they” shot, as well as a TV spot and a chilling clip from the new episode:
Featurette: Haven – Season 4: Darkside Seekers At the Herald »
- Erin Willard
Ever wonder how no one in the wider world knows about the strange stuff that's been happening in Haven? You don't have to wonder anymore: They do know. At least, they know in the strange and obscure corners of the Internet where the Darkside Seekers thrive.
In "Shot in the Dark," the two men who make up the Darkside Seekers -- played by Danny Masterson ("That '70s Show," "Men at Work") and Kris Lemche ("Joan of Arcadia") -- arrive in the small Maine town. They're seeking the truth behind stories of a monster that steals hearts in the middle of the night.
But this is "Haven." There's an excellent chance that monsters have nothing to do with this. Will the two guys find a Troubled person behind the attacks? How will the regular residents of Haven react when outsiders come to town?
Considering how Audrey and William ended up shot »
A new product called Qloo, which recommends movies, music and more, said on Thursday that it raised $3 million in funding, much of it from entertainment industry insiders. Qloo -- pronounced “clue” -- also launched on Thursday with a website and Apple application. Investors in the seed-funding round announced Thursday include Cedric the Entertainer, actor Danny Masterson and Tommy Thompson, an oil tycoon and founding partner of Cross Creek Pictures. Others include Kindler Capital and Samih Toukan and Hussam Khoury, who founded Arab Internet company Maktoob, which Yahoo purchased for $164 million in 2009. Qloo’s app, which is free to use, allows
- Paul Bond
You didn’t really think we’d seen the last of Colin Ferguson on Haven, did you? The mysterious William returns tonight, so maybe we’ll start getting some answers about those nasty bad men from inside the barn and that handprint that keeps showing up.
TV Spot: Haven – Episode 409
Clip: Haven – Episode 409 Sneak Peek
And they aren’t the only visitors to Haven. Remember when the also-myterious “Darkside Seekers” took over the Haven Twitter account before the season began? We’re finally going to be seeing them onscreen in two weeks, on the 22nd.
New York – November 7, 2013 – Danny Masterson (Men at Work, That ‘70s Show) and Kris Lemche (Joan of Arcadia, Ghost Whisperer) join the cast of Syfy’s popular series Haven as guest stars in the episode airing Friday, November 22 at 10Pm (Et/Pt).
In the cross-over episode, titled “A Shot in the Dark, »
- Erin Willard
The Darkside Seekers are coming to "Haven." Paranormal investigators Anderson Harris and Seth Byrne will finally arrive in the Maine town for the Nov. 22 episode, "A Shot in the Dark."
In case you missed it, the duo of Darkside Seekers have been featured in a "Haven"-adjacent web series throughout the main show's fourth season. Having heard about the mysterious and supernatural happenings of this town, the men finally arrive when reports emerge about a murder victim with no heart.
Masterson ("That '70s Show," "Men at Work") plays Anderson Harris, the equipment man on the Darkside Seekers team. Although a skeptic, he will always keep his camera rolling. Lemche ("Joan of Arcadia," "Ghost Whisperer") is true believer Seth Byrne, the host of the Darkside Seekers show.
In "A Shot in the Dark," the Darkside Seekers threaten »
On Feb. 24, 2010, a bull orca named Tilikum brutally killed Dawn Brancheau, a 40-year-old trainer at SeaWorld Orlando in Florida.
It was the third death Tilikum played a role in and one of many deaths and injuries caused by killer whales in captivity over the years.
A Grand Jury Prize nominee at this year's Sundance Film Festival, "Blackfish" features many former SeaWorld trainers who recall their childhood dreams of working with whales and dolphins and the love and respect they developed for the animals.
"When you look into their eyes, you know somebody is home," says former trainer John Jett. This is not naive anthromorphism on his part -- an Mri of an orca's brain reveals a highly developed paralimbic system, suggesting that orcas not only are highly intelligent but also have rich emotional lives. »
"That '70s Show" went off the air in 2006, but the stars of the series still remain friends. To prove that point, the social media savvy actors took to Twitter to show off what seems like it was an epic reunion hangout.
Danny Masterson, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Wilder Valderrama and Ashton Kutcher all gathered together and took a photo to commemorate the occasion. "We need Santa hats and caroling books. ...And for it not to be almost Xmas already! #luvmygang#70s-hang," Prepon tweets.
Masteron put a filter on the image and posted to Instagram, writing, "Every once in awhile friends gather for a 6 part harmony of a BigStar song..."
And just to make it extra clear that this epic reunion did actually happen, Valderrama clarified with a new picture, "No seriously.. This really happened last night." Check out more photos below.
Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson thinks heroine Katniss Everdeen should just have a good old-fashioned threeway with Peeta and Gale. We’re figuring it would probably relieve a lot of stress for all three characters, and we know that there are plenty of people who’d love to see Jennifer Lawrence in such a sexy scene. [Perez Hilton] Today, the panelists from The Gossip Table tell us which celebrity has given her new son a spiritually inspired name. Check out our video gallery to find out who it is! View Video Gallery Danny Masterson posted a pic of himself and his former That ’70s Show crew singing the series theme song. Can they do this more often? »
- Rahsheeda Ali
The cast that sings together stays together. At least that's the case with That '70s Show. Six actors from the show (which ended its eight-year run in 2006) got together in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, and Danny Masterson posted a pic of their reunion on Instagram. Joining Masterson, 37, were Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Wilmer Valderrama and cute couple Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. "Every once in awhile friends gather for a 6 part harmony of a BigStar song …," Masterson captioned the photo. Clearly, the friends enjoyed their get-together - Grace, 35, also Tweeted the pic along with the opening line from the show's theme song, »
- K.C. Blumm
TV series reunion photos can be pretty scary. “Behold the ravages of time!” and all that. Thankfully, the cast of Fox’s That ’70s Show cast seems to be aging quite nicely. Here’s a pic that co-star Danny Masterson posted on Instagram. Mila Kunis, Laura Prepon, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace and Wilmer Valderrama are also all there. Masterson noted, “Every once in awhile friends gather for a 6 part harmony of a Big Star song…” (Big Star wrote the show’s theme song, “In the Street”). That ’70s Show went off the air in 2006. Why isn’t there video for this? »
- James Hibberd
We recently checked in on where the cast of That '70s Show is now, but we have an additional update: they're hanging out together! Topher Grace tweeted this cute reunion picture and the gang is all there - Danny Masterson, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon, and Wilmer Valderrama - and they're having a sing-along. Adorable. They're not the only '90s castmates who have resurfaced recently. '90s nostalgia is all the rage, and former costars from our favorite TV series and movies have been getting back together and showing us pictures of their reunions. It's so fun seeing how everyone looks a couple of decades later - and seeing which cast members are still friends. Check out the pictures below to see the best recent reunions of casts from shows and movies like Home Improvement and The Sandlot. Home Improvement Former onscreen brothers Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Zachery Ty Bryan »
- Shannon Vestal
Attention all That '70s Show fans: your wildest dreams have just come true! Danny Masterson shared a picture on his Instagram account showing the cast reuniting during an intimate get together in Los Angeles Tuesday evening. "Every once in awhile friends gather for a 6 part harmony of a BigStar song…" he wrote as a caption to the adorable snapshot. But it wasn't just any six friends, no, it was the entire ensemble cast of the hit sitcom! Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Topher Grace and Wilmer Walderrama were all shown singing along and surrounding a piano. Grace, Kutcher and Masterson stood as they belt out the tune, while the ladies (alright, and »
Thanks to Instagram, Danny Masterson shared photo evidence that the kids of That ’70s Show still hang out. Sure, it's not in Topher Grace's basement, but they appear to be having a sing-along (We're all alright! We're all alright!) It would be rude to complain that Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp) is sorely missing, but she might just be in the kitchen popping popcorn. Never forget: »
- Lindsey Weber
The gang's all here! Seven years after the series finale of That '70s Show, the cast of the hit Fox sitcom got together for a very special sing-along of their show's theme song: Big Star's "In the Street." Fans of the series were treated to a photo of the reunion on Wednesday, Oct. 9, courtesy of Danny Masterson, who played rebellious tough guy Steven Hyde on the comedy. "Every once in awhile, friends gather for a 6-part harmony of a Big Star song..." Masterson, 37, captioned the [...] »
Even though AMC's The Walking Dead is heading back to TV screens in just over two weeks, producers aren't finished adding new faces to the fourth season. After casting the Twilight series' Christian Serratos as the comic book's Rosita Espinosa earlier this month, the show is now announcing that its taking on Alanna Masterson (the little sister of That ‘70s Show’s Danny Masterson) for a recurring role, beginning midway through this season. Masterson has the potential to become a series regular in the fifth season, provided, of course, that her character isn't torn to pieces »
That ‘70s Show Season 8, Episode 21, “Love of My Life” & Season 8, Episode 22, “That ‘70s Finale”
Directed by David Trainer
Written by Greg Mettler
Original Airdate: May 18, 2006 on Fox
In this decade it’s extremely difficult to find a sitcom that is as perfect as That ‘70s Show was. This show was, and still is, one of the best coming of age/high school set sitcoms (after Freaks and Geeks of course). It’s probably not the first finale that comes to mind when thinking about greatest television finales; but for me it’s way up there.
With good vibes, brilliant writing, and excellent characters that actually evolve That ‘70s Show is, to me, the ideal sitcom. What starts off as a comedy centered on the ‘70s, with a boy with mistaken ideals and a lack of confidence, soon turns into a series of memories, with six characters who weren’t adults »
If the definition of Hollywood success is a giant house in the Malibu Hills, a Bentley, two Oscars, an Emmy and three stints in rehab, then Adam Busch has a long, long way to go.
But if another definition of Hollywood success is doing fun sitcoms with cool people -- whether in TBS' "Men at Work," or "MyMusic" on the Web -- then the actor and singer in the indie-folk/rock band Common Rotation is on top of the world.
On Aug. 20, TBS announced the renewal of "Men at Work" for a third season, slated to air in early 2014. Busch plays ad salesman Neal, the only one with a steady girlfriend (Meredith Hagner) out of four buddies (with Danny Masterson, James Lesure and Michael Cassidy) who work on the staff of a magazine in New York City.
Asked about the renewal, Busch says, "By the end of Season 2, it felt »
The guys of Men at Work are trying to find success in their work and relationships while TBS continues to look for a sitcom that's a hit in the ratings. Will either be successful in their quest? Stay tuned to find out.
The following are the latest TV ratings for the second season of Men at Work, the best way to tell if the sitcom will be cancelled or renewed for a third season. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so you can see how it's doing.
Update: TBS has ordered another 10 episodes for a third season.
Final season averages: 0.8 rating in the 18-49 »
1-20 of 46 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