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We've still got quite a few painful months until Game of Thrones returns. In the meantime, all we can do is obsess over every tiny detail about the next installment. Luckily for you, we've actually gotten quite a lot of information from all the cast quotes, exciting set pictures, and even behind-the-scenes snaps. Wondering what's in store when the new episodes hit? Let's go over what we know. Related:What Did That Game of Thrones Teaser Reveal? We Have Some Bad News . . . 1. Winter Will Descend on Westeros in Full Force Kind of a no-brainer, but still well worth mentioning. By the end of the season six finale, Winter has arrived. This means things are about to get a lot chillier in each of the Seven Kingdoms. 2. The Night King Will Head Further South Cocreator David Benioff put it plain and simple in a recent interview: the Night King is coming. "The »
- Ryan Roschke
This week, Sony gave us a heap of good news/bad news. Good news: they’ve greenlit “The Girl In The Spider’s Web” and it’ll hit cinemas on October 5, 2018. Bad news: David Fincher is not returning to direct. Given how tedious and demanding it was to make his 2011’s “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo,” that’s not necessarily surprising — even if it’s still nonetheless disappointing.
Continue reading 11 Actresses Who Could Be The New Lisbeth Salander In The ‘Dragon Tattoo’ Reboot at The Playlist. »
- Will Ashton
The CW has renewed its post-apocalyptic drama “The 100” for a fifth season, the network announced Friday. The series is centered on 100 juvenile delinquents who are sent down to a potentially toxic Earth to test its habitability, and stars Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley, Marie Averopoulos, Paige Turco, Henry Ian Cusick, Devon Bostick, Christopher Larkin, Zach McGowan and Isaiah Washington. “The 100” is based on the book series by Kass Morgan and is produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Alloy Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios. Also Read: 'The 100' Sneak Peek: Raven Has Bad News for Clarke. »
- Linda Ge
Bad news, girls — Kyle Cooke looks like he’s found a new girl on Summer House, and she ticks a lot of boxes! This week’s episode sees Kyle introduce Daria to Lindsay, Everett and Stephen, and say that the pair share a connection. Watch the moment Kyle introduces her to the trio in the clip below, before the pair sit alone and have an intimate chat where Kyle tells her he hasn’t been on a proper date in “a while”. Is Daria the boozy soul mate that Kyle’s been looking for all this time? Only time will tell… This week’s...read more »
- Julian Cheatle
Young and the Restless spoilers for the week are nothing short of entertaining. Sharon is going to find out Nick had a date, and she’s going to find out from Faith. She doesn’t like hearing this, and she really doesn’t like hearing this from someone like Faith. She’s now more than a little upset, and she’s going to be sure she takes that out on any and every one she can. We are also going to see Colin present Jill with a check for the amount he stole from her. The problem isn’t that he’s paying her back. The problem
Young and the Restless Spoilers: Ashley Breaks Bad News to Ravi »
- Tiffany Raiford
[[tmz:video id="0_c60vnacb"]] Le'Veon Bell knows all about the diss track game (he recently went after Skip Bayless) ... and now the running back/rapper is offering up some hip-hop wisdom for Nicki Minaj. The NFL superstar joined the guys on the "TMZ Sports" TV show (airs Thursday night on FS1) -- where he also talked about how he feels about getting hit with the Steelers franchise tag. The good news -- lots of money. Bad news -- he wants more long-term security. »
- TMZ Staff
While Benedict Cumberbatch‘s future on Sherlock is uncertain at the moment, the actor has locked up another part for television. The Doctor Strange star will star in Showtime’s adaptation of Edward St. Aubyn‘s Melrose novels, including Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, and Mother’s Milk. Cumberbatch will play Aubyn’s protagonist, Patrick Melrose, in the miniseries. Below, learn more about the Benedict Cumberbatch […]
The post Benedict Cumberbatch Will Star in Showtime’s Miniseries ‘Melrose’ appeared first on /Film. »
- Jack Giroux
Benedict Cumberbatch has a lot going on right now as he prepares to join the Avengers in Avengers: Infinity War, but the actor has now added another project to his busy schedule. Deadline reports that he has joined Showtime’s Melrose, a limited series which he will also executive produce for the network.
The series will run for a total of five episodes and is based on author Edward St. Aubyn’s semi-autobiographical novels about literary character Patrick Melrose. It follows Melrose’s life through as he suffers through abusive family, substance addiction and recovery through the 60s, 80s and 2000s. The series consists of the books Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, Mother’s Milk and At Last with each episode dedicated to one of the novels. David Nichols will write all five episodes of the mini-series.
Cumberbatch put out a brief statement regarding the project, saying: “We have »
- Ricky Church
Tom Hanks and Justin Timberlake, start embroidering that bathrobe now: Scarlett Johansson once more has been chosen as Saturday Night Live host, which will double as her induction into the Five Timers’ Club.
The Avengers star will emcee the March 11 outing, with Lorde as musical guest, NBC announced Thursday.
Johannson previously hosted in 2006, 2007, 2010 and 2015.
Are you looking forward to seeing Johannson grace Studio 8H once more? »
[[tmz:video id="0_lvdd9966"]] Bad news for Kevin Durant ... he's Not banging Amber Rose, that's according to Amber ... who says the hookup the whole internet is talking about never happened. There were reports Amber and Kevin had hit up The Nice Guy together on Tuesday night, and a potential romance -- and maybe even a brand new power couple -- was brewing. But, when we got Amber (who's really, really attractive) out in L.A. Wednesday night, she smashed »
- TMZ Staff
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Bad news for Wolverine fans who wanted to see Hugh Jackman don the classic comic book costume before he retired as the big-screen version of the beloved X-Men character: Logan director James Mangold says that it isn't going to happen.
"I always feel a certain contingent of fans who are yearning for it," Mangold told Screen Rant when asked about the comic book costume making an appearance in Jackman's final Wolverine movie. "But the biggest block I’ve had — I’m willing to take the heat for it — is that I can never get past, being a writer for »
- Graeme McMillan
Bad news today for you Hellboy fans out there. Despite fan desire for a third installment of Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy series, the writer-director took to Twitter to announce once and for all that there will never be a part three. Commence sadness. Hellboy 3 Sorry to report: Spoke w all parties. Must report that 100% the sequel will not happen. And that is to be the final thing about it — Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) February 21, 2017 Rarely do we see a filmmaker take a stand like this on a sequel because, well, this is Hollywood and you never say never when it comes to any sequel. Heck, in the past couple of years we've seen sequels to movies decades after the original, so clearly the door is always left open for more. But not so with...
- Erik Davis
Bad news for “Hellboy” fans: a third installment of the dark fantasy superhero film is no longer in the cards. Director Guillermo del Toro made an announcement on his Twitter account this morning that a new sequel is definitely not happening (in his own words, “100% the sequel will not happen”).
The news might come as a surprise to “Hellboy” enthusiasts, as just this past January the director teased a possible third film by posting an “informal poll” on Twitter with the response options being only “Yes” and “Hell, yes.” In a second tweet, del Toro had said that if 100,000 votes came in 24 hours, he would sit down with franchise creator Mike Mignola and lead actor Ron Perlman to talk about a possible sequel. By the time the poll closed, it had 132,938 votes.
But back in October, »
- Yoselin Acevedo
Saturday Night Live host Alec Baldwin may have forfeited the cold open to make room for Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer, but his Donald Trump was still front and center in one of the best sketches of the night.
After press secretary “Old Spicey” declared that Trump would take the judges who blocked his travel ban to The People’s Court, the Commander in Chief did just that — with sons Eric and Donald Jr., as well as grim reaper Steve Bannon, cheering him on, and Vladimir Putin serving as a character »
VoteVets, which is described as a progressive political action committee backed by more than 500,000 veterans, military family members and their supporters, has bought commercial airtime during Saturday’s Alec Baldwin-fronted SNL, furthering its efforts to try and convince Potus not to abolish the Affordable Care Act.
The pointed commercial (embedded below) first aired during the Feb. 6 edition of MSNBC’s Morning Joe. It begins with a close-up of a »
Despite all the reported injuries over the last few weeks – Seth Rollins, Nikki Bella, Tony Nese – WWE are still in a much better place roster-wise than they were heading into last year’s Wrestlemania. Rollins is expected to be back in time for his match against Triple H, Nikki can work through her neck issues and Finn Balor will reportedly be back in action soon.
Well, he was, until his latest setback.
Balor has posted on Twitter about the “Bad News”…
Minor injury setback.
Cut my finnger cutting peppers
Rehab started today ..
Estimated recovery time : 48 hours#ouch #sad pic.twitter.com/dwAwUjgW0l
— Finn Bálor (@FinnBalor) February 10, 2017
Considering the man finished his Summerslam match against Seth Rollins with a busted shoulder, I think he’ll just about push through this one.
- Oli Davis
The topic came up Wednesday when Meyers appeared as a guest on lead-in program The Tonight Show. After Fallon congratulated him for his buzzed-about interview with counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, the two transitioned into a discussion on Trump — or as Meyers referred to him, “not a guy who loves a good zinger at his expense. »
For a guy who seems to value the power comedy, This Is Us‘ Toby really needs to learn how to read a room.
That lack of awareness is painfully clear in this week’s episode, when it takes all of five minutes for the big guy to overstay his welcome at Kate’s “immersive weight-loss retreat.” Looks like the evolving Ms. Pearson may be more in love with the idea of her guffaw-getting fiancé than she is with the man himself.
Still, I don’t expect Kate »
NBC has ordered a pilot for the spy drama Redliners, based on short stories by Harris, TVLine has learned. The plot centers on a pair of former spies living in suburbia who get drawn back into the espionage game while trying not to blow their cover. (Hmmm… sound familiar, The Americans fans?)
RelatedPilot Season ’17: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them
Weekend Update has been a shell of its former self since Cecily Strong was dropped as co-anchor.
Full disclosure: I’m a huge Strong fan and was not happy when, back in 2014, the woefully underrated comedienne got booted as Colin Jost’s sparring partner and replaced with newbie cast member Michael Che. Although SNL deserved props for adding via Che some much-needed diversity to the anchor desk (and the show overall), it was perplexing to me that it was Strong who was forced to step down versus the unremarkable Jost.
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