9 items from 2014
Original air date – May 22nd, 1990
Let me tell you when I knew I’d be covering this episode next, I got very happy. It makes all the other episodes that I’d gone through totally worth it, because this is where the turning point truly hits for me. Everything about this episode works for me, and the ending is just a perfectly timed, perfectly structured, perfectly choreographed bit of business reveal that is truly a laugh out loud moment. I truly love the hell out of this episode, and even after I’ve seen it multiple times, I still find it a rewarding trip. Because it introduces a new kink into the episodes that we see week after week. The conscience. Most of these people are violent murdering bastards, but here, the killer actually has a voice that’s telling him, he’s doing wrong, and he is of course, »
- Nathan Smith
As a box-set binger, I’m pretty content to be late to the party. Once a show has finished, or at least fulfilled the greater part of its final episode run, you can see its arc with the kind of hindsight you never get when tuning in every week - and you can also see when it’s struggling.
This brief list is inspired mainly by my recent introduction to Prison Break, the second season of which triggered off a host of associations with other ‘problematic seasons’ in my TV drama binges of the last few years.
There are no ‘desperate last season’ entries here. A show might finish on a high note - such as Angel - or a desperately inconclusive cliff-hanger - such as the remake of V. In the case of something like The X-Files, it might finish in the middle of an unprofitable reboot. Regarding short-lived »
Warning: Some harsh and violent language that is typical to "Sons of Anarchy" and Kurt Sutter's Twitter account is included below, so read at your own risk. They are meant to be jokes and are in no way serious.
It's that special day of the year when you show the person you love the most how you really care. Many will shower their special someone with flowers, candy, special cards and nice dinners out.
Those are all great gift ideas, truly. However, there are also terrible ideas out there. If you want some examples of that, look no further than "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter. He's always having a bit of fun on his Twitter account and his "bad Valentine's gift" suggestions are no different.
Here are the bad gift ideas Sutter came up with:"To show your love and devotion, brutally murder the co-worker that's been giving your lady a hard time. »
You know who has blown my mind in the last few years? Katey Sagal from Sons of Anarchy. Most of us grew up watching her portray the classically whiny Peg Bundy on Married with Children, and she did an amazing job with that character. From her physical mannerisms, to her outfits and hair, it is [&hellip
From Bundy to Anarchy: The Evolution of Katey Sagal »
- Remy Carreiro
J M R Luna directed Arclight’s Tell, about a small-time crook who lands in trouble when he pulls of a major bank robbery.
Kevin Mann, Matt Perniciaro and Christopher Boyd of Haven Entertainment produced with Ventimiglia (pictured) and Russ Cundiff of Divide Pictures (Static). Mauricio Betancur, Rick Matros and George Voskericyan are the executive producers.
The film is currently in post and is scheduled for a summer release. Arclight will present previously unseen footage.
Spotlight Pictures CEO Matt McCombs has unveiled five projects for the market. The musically inspired There is Always Woodstock stars Allison Miller, James Wolk, Rumer Willis, Ryan Guzman, Katey Sagal, Anna Anissimova and Brittany Snow.
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
Hollywood lost another legendary performer on Feb. 2, when Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his apartment at the age of 46.
Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his his West Village, New York City apartment on Feb. 2, and his former co-stars and countless admirers instantly took to Twitter to mourn the Capote actor’s death.
Philip Seymour Hoffman Dies: Celebs Mourn Death On Twitter
Philip was one of the most celebrated actors of his generation; gracing us with his talent in great films like Capote — a film that nabbed him an Oscar for Best Actor — Doubt, The Big Lebowski, Almost Famous and, most recently, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. He was called an “actor’s actor” and drew rave reviews for pretty much everything he ever did, so it’s no surprise that Hollywood is in mourning.
heartbroken and shocked. what a true loss. rest in peace, Philip Seymour Hoffman »
- Shaunna Murphy
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death Sunday was shocking to his fans and to those who knew him and worked with him. Celebrities from Steve Martin to his Hunger Games: Catching Fire co-star Sam Claflin took to Twitter and other social media to share their memories of the late actor.
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“What a devastating loss,” Nicole Kidman told EW in a statement. “He was one of the greatest actor’s actor of all time. He’d take your breath away, he was so talented. My thoughts and blessings are with Philip Seymour Hoffman’s family. »
- EW staff
It's a milestone birthday for Katey Sagal, who plays resident biker queen Gemma Teller Morrow on "Sons of Anarchy." The actress turns 60 years old Sunday (Jan. 10) and is just as vicious as ever in the role.
While Sagal first rose to fame as Peg Bundy on "Married ... With Children," it's Gemma that has brought her the most acclaim, which is well-deserved. Below, take a look at some of Gemma's best moments on the show in Gif form, proving once and for all why she's in charge. Be warned, the GIFs contain spoilers through the Season 6 finale.
There was that time she let a skateboard do the talking for her.
Of course, even that wasn't her fault.
She's also not very afraid of authority.
Not even the Atf can calm her down.
She's not above threats to get what she wants.
If threats don't do the trick, she won't hesitate to follow through. »
Kerry Washington (“Scandal”) was a frontrunner to win at the Emmys but was beaten by Claire Danes who repeated for “Homeland.” She won't get a chance to exact revenge at the Globes as Danes was snubbed despite winning there for the last two years in a row. This leaves the Best TV Drama Actress race wide-open, but Washington has the edge. She is the overwhelming choice among our Experts, Editors and both our Top 24 Users from last year and our overall Users. neglected TV babes, including Keri Russell (“Felicity”) in 1998, Jennifer Garner (“Alias”) in 2001 and Anna Paquin (“True Blood”) in 2008. They also love to surprise, especially in this category, as in 2010 when Katey Sagal (“Sons of Anarchy”), who has never even been nominated for »
9 items from 2014
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