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At a panel discussion for Orange Is the New Black at the Directors Guild West in Los Angeles Wednesday night, the cast and creator, Jenji Kohan, were tight-lipped about details on the upcoming season, but Kohan volunteered a couple tidbits: season three will focus on faith and motherhood. Motherhood likely refers to Daya (Dashcha Polenco), as she’s pregnant, and we know she’ll be giving birth behind bars to her and prison guard John Bennett’s baby. As for faith, will new assistant warden Joe Caputo continue to enlist Sister Jane’s help in his struggle to get things under control at Litchfield? Kohan also said the next season will be lighter in tone, noting with a laugh, “we went to Oz” in season two, referencing the darkest of all prison shows, HBO’s gritty, violent drama. Less shivs, more comedy, we’re on board for that. Season three »
- Diane Gordon
Ever since The CW's Arrow first premiered back in October 2012, the show has been dealing out weekly superhero fisticuffs like no one's business. It's a superhero show that's laid the groundwork for The Flash and the upcoming CBS superhero show, Supergirl. While there are a lot of things Arrow does right, one aspect of the show that does not receive enough praise is its penchant for having guest stars from other fan-favorite, sci-fi and geek TV shows. To date, we've had Spartacus' Crixus (Manu Bennett), X2's Lady Deathstrike (Kelly Hu), Street Fighter's Ryu (Byron Mann) and Firefly's River Tam (Summer Glau) to name but a few. As the wait for Arrow season 4 begins, we're going to shine the spotlight on all the geektastic guest stars the showrunners manage to cram into Arrow each season. Lets start where it all began, with Arrow season 1. Arrow Season 1 Roger R. Cross »
Following Wednesday’s season finale ‘My Name Is Oliver Queen’, The CW has made the entire third season of Arrow available to watch online for free (assuming you’re in the U.S. that is), and to celebrate, a new poster has arrived online which recaps all the latest happenings in Starling City…
In the aftermath of the Arrow’s (Stephen Amell) triumph over Deathstroke (Manu Bennett) and his army, Season 3 opens with Arrow now a hero to the citizens of Starling. Crime is down, people feel safer, and Captain Lance (Paul Blackthorne) even calls off the Anti-Vigilante Task Force. Basking in his success and with Queen Consolidated off his hands, Oliver believes he can finally have a private life and asks Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) out on a date. But »
- Gary Collinson
All season 3 episodes of The CW's Arrow are online and available to watch for Free. In celebration, the Arrow powers-that-be have released this new poster that perfectly recaptures all of season 3's key moments. In the aftermath of the Arrow's (Stephen Amell) triumph over Deathstroke (Manu Bennett) and his army, Season 3 opens with Arrow now a hero to the citizens of Starling. Crime is down, people feel safer, and Captain Lance (Paul Blackthorne) even calls off the Anti-Vigilante Task Force. Basking in his success and with Queen Consolidated off his hands, Oliver believes he can finally have a private life and asks Felicity (Emily Bett Rickards) out on a date. But the second Oliver takes his eye off the ball, a deadly villain reappears in Starling, forcing Oliver to realize that he can never be Oliver Queen — not as long as the city needs The Arrow. »
Universal has unveiled the latest trailer for Seth MacFarlane’s comedy sequel, Ted 2, and it retains all of the tenets of the director’s outrageous, on-the-nose style of humor: dick jokes, race and more sexual innuendos than you can shake your furry first at.
Centering around the titular, pint-sized loudmouth, the follow-up will orbit around Ted’s quest to land some reputable civil rights, although such a feat will require the crude protagonist to make a valuable contribution to society itself. How will he achieve this, you ask? Well, despite his fuzzy anatomy, Ted reveals his burning desire to have a baby with his bride-to-be Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth reprising her role as the dim-witted love interest), though to do this he will need to collect a sperm sample.
- Michael Briers
Seth MacFarlane.s teddy-bear-come-to-life comedy Ted was a surprise smash back in 2012, earning more than $500 million worldwide. With numbers like that, a sequel was inevitable, and Ted 2 drops this summer. If this new red band trailer is any indication, it should please fans of the first film, as well as any crude humor enthusiasts out there. There.s also a fresh new poster. Check them out for yourself below. All of the stoned Law & Order watching by John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg) and his anthropomorphic teddy bear best friend, Ted (voiced by MacFarlane), is going to come in handy for the duo in their latest cinematic adventure. The plot revolves around Ted and his new bride Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth) trying to have a baby. As you can see, they run into a couple of roadblocks. First, they need a sperm donor, and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady doesn.t »
See Also: Watch the first trailer for Ted 2
Ted 2 sees Mark Wahlberg reprising the role of John Bennett with MacFarlane lending his voice once again to Ted and Jessica Barth, Patrick Warburton and Sam Jones all returning New cast additions include MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West co-stars Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson, alongside Morgan Freeman (The Dark Knight Trilogy), Dennis Haysbert (24), Michael Dorn (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Richard Schiff (The West Wing), Martin Klebba (Scrubs) and John Slattery (Mad Men).
Ted 2 is released in the Us on June 26th, with a UK release following on July 10th.
- Scott J. Davis
Stars: Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage, Ken Stott, Graham McTavish, William Kircher, James Nesbitt, Stephen Hunter, Dean O’Gorman, Aidan Turner, John Callen, Orlando Bloom, Evangeline Lilly, Lee Pace, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch, Sylvester McCoy, Luke Evans, Stephen Fry, Manu Bennett | Written by Fran Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson, Guillermo del Toro | Directed by Peter Jackson
When The Hobbit was announced I’m sure nobody would have thought it would be three movies long, J. R. R.Tolkien fit the whole story into one book, and even that wasn’t very long. Here we are though with the release of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies which in theory should be the last Lord of the Rings movie Peter Jackson makes. Unless he can pull more tales of Middle-earth out of the appendices of course (and I’m sure some of us hope he could).
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- Paul Metcalf
A first clip has arrived online for Seth MacFarlane’s comedy sequel Ted 2, which sees Mark Wahlberg’s John Bennett and MacFarlane’s Ted meeting with their lawyer, played by Amanda Seyfried. Take a look…
Ted 2 sees Mark Wahlberg reprising the role of John Bennett with MacFarlane lending his voice once again to Ted and Jessica Barth, Patrick Warburton and Sam Jones all back. Joining the returning cast are MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West co-stars Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson, alongside Morgan Freeman (The Dark Knight Trilogy), Dennis Haysbert (24), Michael Dorn (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Richard Schiff (The West Wing), Martin Klebba (Scrubs) and John Slattery (Mad Men).
Ted 2 is released in the Us on June 26th, with a UK release on July 10th.
- Gary Collinson
We just haven't seen enough from Ted 2 yet! And it's only a few months away from hitting theater screens across the country this summer. But that all changes courtesy of the MTV Movie Awards, which has just debuted the first clip from the anticipated sequel. We also get to see Mark Wahlberg introducing this sneak peek while at a mini-golf course, as he torments his MTV host with the ball, trying to stuff it in his mouth.
The clip itself features both Mark Wahlberg and Ted, voiced once again by writer and director Seth MacFarlane. It also introduces a new character played by incoming love interest Amanda Seyfried. John Bennett and Ted have sought out the help of a lawyer, and the duo quickly spiral into a riff-off on law terminology. While the clip itself is somewhat short, we do get a sense of what we can expect from »
Mark Wahlberg‘s John Bennett and his stuffed teddy bear Ted (voiced by Seth MacFarlane) could totally be lawyers — or so the stoners say. In a clip from the upcoming semi-cgi comedy sequel, the two seek legal advice from Samantha Jackson (Amanda Seyfried), which they ruin and run with instead of absorbing. While trying to prep the fur ball for the witness stand, Jackson tests him: “Ted, do you consider yourself to be human?” In response, the duo just rattles off a bunch of generally attorney terminology, such as “objection,” “sidebar” and even just “briefcase.” The dialogue also included several attempts. »
- Tony Maglio
Seth MacFarlane.s Ted was a surprise hit in 2012, but made so much money that a sequel was in evitable. Ted 2 opens later this summer, and on the eve of the MTV Movie Awards, they.ve got hilarious new snippet to check out. The short clip starts at about the one-minute mark, and just a heads up, you.ll have to sit through a Mountain Dew commercial and some golf hijinks to get there. From the look of this clip, Ted 2 offers up a similar quick, smart ass style of humor as the first film. This footage shows Mark Wahlberg.s John Bennett and his best-friend-since-childhood, the anthropomorphic teddy bear, Ted (voice by MacFarlane), preparing for an upcoming legal case. As you can tell, they have an intimate grasp on the intricacies of the American legal system. Or at least they.ve got really stoned and watched a »
Movie News: Watch the Ted 2 clip which debuted on MTV as part of the Movie Awards Takeover: Wicked Boston accents….check. Fart humor? Check. It’s time for Seth McFarlane’s part deux of “Ted” where a coming of age collides with arrested development. Ted is ready to become an adult, hold your breath!“Ted 2” picks up three years later with the profane lil’ bear marrying his girlfriend Tami-Lynn (Jessica Barth) and trying to conceive a child with the help of his best friend and reluctant sperm donor, John Bennett (Mark Wahlberg). Things of course are complicated, as Ted is a Bear […] »
- April Neale
The ladies of Litchfield Penitentiary are coming back! The first trailer for the highly-anticipated third season of "Orange is the New Black" just hit the internet on Thursday -- and it's filled with new faces, old veterans and a whole lot of drama. In the two-minute clip, we see Alex's (Laura Prepon) return to prison, Crazy Eyes (Uzo Aduba) defending her porn story about aliens and Gloria (Selenis Leyva) threatening Sophia (Laverne Cox). One notable newbie is Lori Petty as Lolly. While she appeared briefly in the first episode of Season Two, she seems to fitting right in with our old favorites in her new digs as they document their life behind bars. Don't worry, there's also some romance! Check out the clip to see things get steamy between Dayanara Diaz (Dascha Polanco) and officer John Bennett (Matt McGorry). And while we'll have to wait and see if Piper Chapman »
- tooFab Staff
It seems that Manu Bennett isn’t too happy with the way that the producers of Arrow handled his character Slade Wilson / Deathstroke, with the actor offering up some criticism during an interviw with The Music – particularly with regards to his appearance in the third season.
“I think Deathstroke had a lot of possibilities with Arrow, but I think they took it in the wrong direction. I think they should have honoured the Marv Wolfman character who was literally unstoppable. I read the DC comic books and thought Deathstroke was so bad arse because they make it that nobody can stop him. He’s not even super-powered, he is just a mercenary. It took the Justice League to defeat him; it took an army to take him on. In Arrow, it took a while for Oliver to prove his point, but [in season three] was just a beating of Slade, adding insult to injury. »
- Gary Collinson
Ted 2 won't be released until the summer, but it looks like the ball is already rolling on the third instalment of the comedy series.
Sam Jones, aka Flash Gordon, who made a cameo in the original Seth MacFarlane film and returns for the second, spilled the beans when he revealed that he "just signed on" for the third film.
"We're moving onwards and upwards, it's wonderful. It's a great adventure at this time in my life," he added.
Jones wasn't able to divulge more information on the film, saying: "We haven't filmed Ted 3 yet."
Ted 2 sees the MacFarlane-voiced stuffed bear having to prove to a court of law that he is human in order to maintain custody of his newborn child.
Orlando Bloom adores his fans!
Watch: Eddie Redmayne Hilariously Reenacts His Failed 'Hobbit' Audition
The ensemble cast is led by Evangeline Lilly, Luke Evans, Lee Pace, Benedict Cumberbatch, Billy Connolly, James Nesbitt, Ken Stott, Aidan Turner, Dean O'Gorman, Graham McTavish, Stephen Fry and Ryan Cage.
The film also stars Cate Blanchett, Ian Holm, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, Mikael Persbrandt, Sylvester McCoy, Peter Hambleton, John Callen, Mark Hadlow, Jed Brophy, William Kircher, Stephen Hunter, Adam Brown, John Bell, Manu Bennett and John Tui.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is out on »
Welcome to another horror round-up! Hannibal fans have a big guest star to look forward to seeing in season three, the legendary Famous Monsters magazine is expanding with a comic book division, American Gothic Press, and Cinedigm and Wizard World have cult shows, beloved classics, and plenty of new content for viewers to enjoy with their just-launched CONtv digital network.
Hannibal Season 3: Entertainment Weekly reports that Zachary Quinto will star in a minimum of one episode in the upcoming third season of NBC's Hannibal. Quinto (NBC's The Slap, Spock in Star Trek: Into Darkness, American Horror Story: Asylum, Heroes) will play a "patient of Bedelia’s (Gillian Anderson)."
In other, previously announced Hannibal Season 3 casting news, it was revealed in late January that Glenn Fleshler (True Detective) will play Cordell Doemling, a familiar name to fans of Thomas Harris' books and the Hannibal Lecter movies. For those unfamiliar, »
- Derek Anderson
Like "Buffy" or "Smallville," The CW's "Arrow" has been a show where each season has been dominated by a 'Big Bad,' a single master villain whose machinations drive much of the events of each season.
In the first it was Malcolm Merlyn (John Barrowman), the second was Deathstroke (Manu Bennett), and the current third season has been using Ra's al Ghul (Matt Nable) albeit sparingly. Now it appears the villain of the fourth has been revealed.
TV Line reports that the season three finale will introduce a "major, formidable, fierce new foe" who will unleash a reign of terror that will carry on well into the next season.
Said character is being dubbed 'Damian Dark' internally, but the speculation is that the character will be this universe's interpretation of Damian Wayne - the grandson of Ra's al Ghul. Said character will likely Not include the connection of him being »
- Garth Franklin
As Dancing with the Stars enters its 20th season in just two weeks, one very important question has yet to be answered: Who will dance alongside Witney Carson, the winner of last season's mirror-ball trophy? Many have speculated that The Bachelor's Chris Soules is a contender for that last spot in the DWTS cast, but the farmer from Arlington, Iowa, has been very vocal about his lack of any inherent musicality. (Remember when he rapped? Game though he was, it still may have been the most embarrassing thing to happen on a season in which one contestant had a »
- Amanda Michelle Steiner, @amandamichl
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