5 items from 2014
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Captain Phillips (edited by Christopher Rouse, A.C.E.) and American Hustle (edited by Jay Cassidy, A.C.E., Crispin Struthers & Alan Baumgarten, A.C.E.) won Best Edited Feature Film (Dramatic) and Best Edited Feature Film (Comedy/Musical) respectively at the 64th Annual Ace Eddie Awards Friday evening where trophies were handed out in ten (10) categories of film, television and documentaries.
The black-tie ceremony was held in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel with over 1,000 in attendance to celebrate the year’s best editing.
- Michelle McCue
People die a lot in Six Feet Under. In (almost) every episode, in fact. But five seasons of at least one death per episode didn’t prepare me for Nate (Peter Krause) biting the bullet in “All Alone,” the third-to-last episode of the series.
Nate finds out he has a deadly brain problem called an Avm in the first season, so he decides to get a risky surgery to fix it. We’re prepared for his death at this point– he sets up his affairs, even discussing his funeral wishes with brother David (Michael C. Hall). But he survives the surgery, »
- Ariana Bacle
Ray Romano’s Hank has a habit of finding himself in some uncomfortable entanglements on NBC’s “Parenthood.” Usually, it involves Sarah… But in TheWrap’s exclusive preview from Thursday’s episode, there’s a whole new triangle forming for Hank. To refresh your memory, Hank has been ingratiating himself with Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina (Monica Potter) as he built a friendship with their son, Max (Max Burkholder). Also read: NBC Orders DC Comics-David Goyer’s ‘Constantine,’ Greg Berlanti Drama Pilots That relationship makes more and more sense as Hank deals with possibly going all these years living with undiagnosed Asperger syndrome, »
- Jethro Nededog
Does he or doesn't he? That seemed to be the question on Parenthood's fans' minds since Ray Romano made his debut as Hank, the irritable photographer and Sarah's (Lauren Graham) love interest. He soon developed a bond with Max (Max Burkholder), Adam (Peter Krause) and Kristina's (Monica Potter) autistic son, leaving viewers to wonder if Hank also has Asperger's syndrome, but was never diagnosed. And we finally seemed to get an answer in a recent episode after Hank read a book on the disease and said, "I'm reading about me." In an exclusive sneak peek from Thursday's all-new episode of the tear-inducing NBC drama, Kristina and Adam talk about what Hank's possible »
Tonight, Parenthood star Monica Potter, aka Kristina Braverman, may take home a big award at the 2014 Golden Globes. After years of snubs, she is nominated for best actress in a supporting role in a series, miniseries, or motion picture made for TV. To us, she's a shoo-in - in the most recent seasons especially, she's had us in tears with heartbreaking, emotional scenes. So, to recognize her incredible work on Parenthood, we've rounded up five of her most Golden Globe-worthy scenes from this year. PSA: grab a box of tissues before reading on, and to cheer yourself up, check out what she told us about her post-Globes cupcakes and hot dogs. When She Shaves Her Head Season four features Potter's best work to date, and shaving her head is a scene where her silence showcases her superb acting. The emotion in Kristina's eyes as she tearfully shaves her hair off »
- Alyse Whitney
5 items from 2014
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