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The exclusive sneak peek of tonight’s White Collar episode that you’ll see below is one of the funniest scenes between Neal (Matt Bomer) and Jones (Sherif Atkins) I’ve ever seen, and, of course, it involves Peter (Tim DeKay) too.
In the scene, Peter is having an exchange with a fellow FBI agent, who Neal and Jones quickly determine is no stranger. In fact, using their powers of perception, they put together the pieces of this puzzle, with juicy results.
The episode, which marks the directorial debut of cast member Willie Garson, airs tonight on USA. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Another day, another super sexy Justin Bieber video! After releasing the smoking hot music video for ‘All That Matters’ on Dec. 2, the 19-year-old shared another hot video the following day — and yes, he’s shirtless.
Justin Bieber can’t stop showing off his body — not that we’re complaining. On Dec. 3, he took to Instagram to post a sexy video during rehearsals. While his backup dancer is fully clothed, Justin is shirtless, showing off his full sleeve of tattoos and his super fit body. Watch the video below!
Lookin’ good, Biebs! In the new video Justin and his backup dancer are in the studio, doing some super sexy dance moves to a song we can’t quite make out. Naturally, Justin ditched his shirt but threw on a flat-brimmed, black hat. His gym shorts are sagged super low, revealing almost his whole backside in his boxer briefs. »
- Emily Longeretta
Airing on USA since 2009, White Collar has been a successful staple for the cable channel. However, the ratings have been coming down. Will they fall low enough for the show to be cancelled or will it be renewed for a sixth season? We'll have to wait and see.
On White Collar, a con man (Matt Bomer) and an FBI Agent (Tim DeKay) form an unlikely aliance to solve crimes. The rest of the cast includes Willie Garson, Tiffani Thiessen, Marsha Thomas, and Sharif Atkins.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually on Fridays.
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Not only is he one of the most-wanted con men in the country — or at least he was — but White Collar's Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) is also one of the most sought-after characters on the small screen. Fortunately, actress Bridget Regan has had her fair share of experience dealing with extremely passionate TV fans after her stint romancing Vincent last year on Beauty and the Beast.
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- Kate Stanhope
Bill Murray to make a rare appearance on the small screen by starring in the HBO mini-series, Olive Kitteridge. Based on Elizabeth Strout’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Olive Kitteridge was adapted by Jane Anderson and will be directed by Lisa Cholodenko (The Kids Are All Right). The story focuses on a retired schoolteacher in a small Maine town and the characters that surround her. The various tales of affairs, suicide, and emotional problems are told through her eyes. Her the jump for more. Deadline reports that Murray will join the Olive Kitteridge mini-series on HBO. Frances McDormand will play the title character, Richard Jenkins plays Olive’s husband, and Murray "is playing Jack Kennison, a local widower whom Kitteridge befriends." John Gallagher Jr., Rosemarie DeWitt, Zoe Kazan, Jesse Plemons, and Cory Michael Smith also star. As for Murray, the veteran just wrapped Ted Melfi's St. Vincent De Van Nuys, »
- Dave Trumbore
Nothing is certain but death, taxes, and sequels. That's how the phrase goes, and we won't let anyone tell us otherwise. It should be no surprise to anyone who vaguely follows Hollywood news that nothing is sacred, but even so, there's something especially galling about the prospect of a sequel to It's a Wonderful Life.
We should all bear in mind that, much like the Casablanca sequel that was rumoured last year, this may well never amount to anything. But forewarned is forearmed, and so we've put our Worst Case Scenario hat on to dream up some equally horrifying possibilities.
Here are seven of Digital Spy's very best worst pitches for movie sequels.
Warning: This article contains spoilers that some readers may prefer to avoid... including the ending of Gravity. You have been warned!
But wait, we hear you cry. What's the eighth deadly sin? That's exactly the »
The producer of the upcoming adaptation of El James's bestseller has hinted at an R-rated version, followed by an Nc-17 take targeted at a more adult audience - a similar strategy as had been planned for Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac
Mega-hyped sex drama Fifty Shades of Grey could be released in two different versions, with a second cut including more explicit material, according to the film's producer.
Dana Brunetti told the Collider blog the additional version might be released a few weeks after the original cut in an effort to satisfy fans of El James's bestselling source novel hoping for a "grittier" take. It is understood the first cut would be aimed at securing an "R" rating in the Us (similar to a UK 15), while version two would target an "Nc-17" (close to a UK 18).
"This is just my opinion and this doesn't mean this is going to happen, »
- Ben Child
Aisha Tyler has booked a guest-appearance on HBO’s upcoming human sexuality drama Open, according to TVLine. She’ll play a married nurse with a “modern outlook on matrimony”.
In frustrating but unsurprising news, Fxx has cancelled Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell, as first reported by Defamer. At this point, that raises the question if Fxx can even support original programming. Established hits like It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The League were able to survive a move, but instead of debuting Chozen, Fxx will air repurposed episodes of Da Ali G Show.
Individually they were great, together they’re amazing.
Balancing out that loss to comedy and diversity slightly is the news that NBC is reviving Last Comic Standing with Wanda Sykes joining the show as a producer. I tend to like the talent search episodes of Last Comic Standing. »
- Lyle Masaki
The first week of November sweeps saw writers on our favorite shows raising their game. Zap2it collected some of the best line of the TV week of Nov. 3 for your viewing pleasure, including quotes from the likes of "The Good Wife," "New Girl" and "The Big Bang Theory." Enjoy!
"You don't realize how overused the word 'breathtaking' is until something actually takes your breath away." -- Scott Pelley, on driving a Lamborghini, on "60 Minutes"
"I am so upset! I'm stuck in a lie." -- Han (Matthew Moy), on "2 Broke Girls"
"Well, it's better than the »
"That looks kind of like 'Cloud Atlas'" is a comment that can be taken as a horrible insult or a gratifying compliment, and either way it can certainly be said of the new trailer for "Winter's Tale." The romantic drama stars Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, and Russell Crowe and is in no way, shape, or form based on the Shakespeare play of the same name. (Instead, it's based on a marginally popular 1983 fantasy novel by American novelist and outspoken rightwing nut job Mark Helprin.) Depending on your disposition, this could look like an amazingly romantic romp (it's even coming out on Valentine's Day) or utter balderdash.
The plot, as much as we can glean from the trailer, is at first set in the early 20th century and concerns a small time criminal (Colin Farrell) who falls in love with the dying young woman whose home he has »
- Drew Taylor
Mark Helprin celebrated 1983 novel Winter’S Tale finally makes it to the big-screen with Oscar-winning screenwriter Akiva Goldsman’s directorial debut. The plot centres on a petty thief Peter Lake, played by Colin Farrell, who breaks into the home of a bed-ridden young woman (Jessica Brown Findlay), only to slowly fall in love with her. Hot on his trail and back on villain duties for the first time since epic musical Les Miserables, Russell Crowe stars as the violent crime kingpin wanting his head!
Winter’S Tale is set in a mythic New York City and spans more than a century, with the fantasy story filled with miracles, crossed destinies, and the age-old battle between good and evil. It also features an incredible supporting cast that includes Jennifer Connelly, William Hurt, Eva Marie Saint, Ripley Sobo, Matt Bomer, Mckayla Twiggs, and Will Smith. It’s set to hit Us cinemas »
- Craig Hunter
Benjamin Stockham has been added to the cast of DreamWorks Animation's B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations, the supernatural-themed animated feature. The young actor, whose previous roles include stints on TV's 1600 Penn and Once Upon a Time, joins a voice cast that includes Bill Murray, Jennifer Coolidge, Octavia Spencer, Seth Rogen, Melissa McCarthy, Rashida Jones and Matt Bomer. Stockham will voice a character named Henry. Story: Bill Murray Joins Dwa's 'B.O.O.' According to Dwa, the story "follows two bumbling apparitions who find themselves in an extraordinary afterlife adventure when they join the Bureau
- Rebecca Ford, Philiana Ng
Bill Murray may not be joining the Ghostbusters gang anytime soon for that third movie that doesn't seem to be going anywhere, but it doesn't mean he's done with the supernatural genre. The actor has just joined the voice cast of a new DreamWorks animated film called B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations. He'll play a villainous ghost named Addison Drake.
Also joining the cast are Jennifer Coolidge as Carol Sue, a bubbly transitions-relations officer and Octavia Spencer as the tough as nails Sr. B.O.O. officer, Captain Book. The trio will join the previously announced Seth Rogen, Melissa McCarthy, Rashida Jones, and Matt Bomer.
This supernatural action comedy is based on an original idea from director Tony Leondis, and the story follows "two bumbling apparitions who find themselves in an extraordinary after-life adventure when they join the Bureau of Otherworldly Operations (B.O.O.) – the ghost world’s elite »
- Joey Paur
Ghost stories will never be the same again … Just in time for Halloween, DreamWorks Animation has a big treat for audiences: legendary funny man Bill Murray will join the all-star cast of B.O.O.: Bureau Of Otherworldly Operations as villainous ghost, Addison Drake.
Jennifer Coolidge, best known for her role as Stifler’s mom in American Pie will play Carol Sue, a bubbly transitions-relations officer and Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer will play the tough as nails Sr. B.O.O. officer, Captain Book.
“Bill Murray is the perfect actor to bring this character to life – or should I say ‘after-life?” said Director Tony Leondis. “Along with Jennifer and Octavia, this is a dream cast. I can’t imagine a team »
- Michelle McCue
Bill Murray may be holding up the long talked about Ghostbusters III, but he's more than happy joining the spirit realm in the most kid-friendly way possible with the announcement of B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations.
In the flick Murray (pictured) will play a villainous ghost; Jennifer Coolidge will play Carol Sue, a bubbly transitions-relations officer; and Octavia Spencer will play a tough as nails senior B.O.O. officer, Captain Book. Seth Rogen, Melissa McCarthy, Rashida Jones, and Matt Bomer also star in this original film set to be released by Dreamworks Animation and Twentieth Century Fox on June 5, 2015.
This supernatural action comedy follows two bumbling apparitions who find themselves in an extraordinary after-life adventure when »
- Uncle Creepy
Channing Tatum is lining up another producing project, and this time he’ll star as well. THR reports that Tatum is in talks to produce and star in Bad Romance for MGM, with 50/50 and Warm Bodies helmer Jonathan Levine set to write and direct. Details on the film are not given, but if it’s anything like Levine’s previous work it’ll be a swell blend of humor, drama, and of course, romance. Tatum is currently busy filming the comedy sequel 22 Jump Street and has a range of roles on the horizon. Next year he’ll be seen in Lana and Andy Wachowski’s sci-fi epic Jupiter Ascending, Bennett Miller’s real-life drama Foxcatcher, and the excellent-looking animated pic The Lego Movie. Hit the jump for casting news concerning a comedy legend joining DreamWorks Animation’s B.O.O. Additionally, Variety reports that Bill Murray will voice the villain »
- Adam Chitwood
Ghost stories will never be the same again... Just in time for Halloween, DreamWorks Animation has a big treat for audiences: legendary funny man Bill Murray will join the all-star cast of B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations as villainous ghost, Addison Drake. Jennifer Coolidge, best known for her role as Stifler's mom in American Pie will play Carol Sue, a bubbly transitions-relations officer and Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer will play the tough as nails Sr. B.O.O. officer, Captain Book. The trio will join the previously announced Seth Rogen, Melissa McCarthy, Rashida Jones and Matthew Bomer in this original film set to be released by Twentieth Century Fox on June 5, 2015.
Here's what director Anthony Leondis had to say about the new casting additions.
"Bill Murray is the perfect actor to bring this character to life - or should I say 'after-life? Along with Jennifer and Octavia, this is a dream cast. »
Bill Murray hasn’t expressed much of an interest in fighting ghosts lately, but he’s evidently not opposed to becoming one. The former Ghostbusters star has joined the starry voice cast of B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations, along with Octavia Spencer and Jennifer Coolidge. Seth Rogen, Melissa McCarthy, Rashida Jones, and Matt Bomer were already part of […] »
- Angie Han
There’s really only one group of individuals you can call if there’s something strange in your neighborhood. That’s right: DreamWorks Animation has recruited a Ghostbuster for their upcoming animated comedy B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations. However, in a deliciously ironic twist, Bill Murray won’t be playing one of the ghost hunters. This time around, he’s crossing over to the other side to voice a ghoulish haunter named Addison Drake.
B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworld Operations will follow a new ghost, Jackson Moss (Seth Rogen), who is recruited to work at the titular agency in order to prevent evil ghosts from meddling in human affairs back on Earth. With the help of his new partner Watts (Melissa McCarthy), he embarks on a mission to take down the Most Wanted Haunter. No word yet on whether Drake is the film’s main antagonist, »
- Isaac Feldberg
Though we may not see Bill Murray get back to busting ghosts in Ghostbusters 3, DreamWorks Animation has secured the actor to voice a ghoul in their forthcoming comedy B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations. The film stars follow Seth Rogen as a new ghost named Jackson Moss, who works as an agent at the titular top-secret government agency that protects humans from evil hauntings. When he and his partner Watts (Melissa McCarthy) uncover a plot to destroy B.O.O., they must use their skills to defeat the agency's Most Wanted Haunter and his powerful ghost army, and save the world. So what's Murray's role? Well, Murray is playing a villainous ghost named Addison Drake, but we're not sure if that's the Most Wanted Haunter or not. Jennifer Coolidge and Octavia Spencer have also joined the voice cast as Carol Sue, a bubbly transitions-relations officer, and he tough as nails Senior B. »
- Ethan Anderton
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