10 items from 2014
- Syfy has announced a new premiere date for "Sharknado 2: The Second One." The sequel to the cult made-for-tv movie will now debut Wednesday, July 30, which is one day prior to the previously-announced premiere. The poster has also been released (above, left).
- Cindy Crawford and Bret Michaels have been announced as "Oprah's Lifeclass" first-ever guest teachers, airing Wednesday, April 2 at 3 p.m. Et (Crawford) and 7 p.m. Et (Michaels) on Oprah.com. Crawford will share the five simple questions women can use to tap into their true passion and potential, plus share her own life lessons and epiphany moment.
- Showtime has ordered a new series from documentarian Morgan Spurlock called "Seven Deadly Sins." The show will feature Spurlock examining the darker, twisted side of human nature -- as Spurlock puts it, a sort of non-fiction "Alfred Hitchcock Presents." It will premiere at 11 p.m. on June 19. [Variety]
They're among the nearly two dozen famous faces who appear in the new celeb-filled version of Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty" music video.
Also lip-syncing Jason's pop hit in the music vid are his girlfriend Jordin Sparks, Austin Mahone (who has an impressive shimmy, by the way), will.i.am, the girls of Fifth Harmony, Ryan Seacrest and Ellen K, Pete Wentz, Bret Michaels, Emblem 3, Tyler Posey, Enrique Iglesias and more.
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In a week seemingly full of game-changing episodes, the new Revolution episode is no exception. We got a taste of it at the end of last week’s episode, and oh kids, just wait til you see. This season has been excellent and just keeps getting better.
First, though, some reminders and some setup. Below is the “Revolution Revealed” featurette, which reminds us that David Lyons (Monroe) is charmingly Australian, and as it happens, enjoys singing Poison songs. But after we see a bit about Mat Vairo‘s Connor, Tracy Spiridakos‘s Charlie (who is looking increasingly like Linda Hamilton in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, which equates to “pretty awesome”), and Giancarlo Esposito‘s Tom Neville, you’ll see Billy Burke talk about the new direction of the story in the next episode.
Here’s the clip of last week’s episode which sets up what’s to come, »
- Erin Willard
Review Billy Grifter 2 Feb 2014 - 12:20
This review contains spoilers.
2.13 Happy Endings
Happy Endings started with disappointment for gifted actor Stephen Collins, when Gene survives his Typhus/Typhoid/Man-flu. There’s no escape (or capture) for his character, and I feel for him. He’s condemned to live on by Bass-Boy, who manages to get the drugs and escape from town with the help of Miles and his sniping skills. Have you noticed how firearms are no longer an issue in Revolution, and nobody uses bows any longer? Perhaps the Patriots unleashed a huge stockpile of ammo?
Anyway, they get back to Grandpa with the antidote, and after injecting him leave the rest of the drug in the camp so that Ed ‘JFK’ Truman won’t die and should any of them contract the illness they’d be utterly stuffed. »
Directed by Ernest Dickerson
Airs Wednesdays at 8pm (Et) on NBC
After previous hints of a religious undertone to the creation of the nanites, the show goes full-bore into the topic this week. Aaron and Priscilla hit the next stop on their world tour of enlightenment, or whatever it is the nanites want them to do, and they meet up with old friend Peter. The trio worked together on the operating system that powers the tiny machines and the nanites hold all three in deep regard for bringing them to life. Where Aaron was confused by and dismissed the power he held as a master of the nanite, Peter has embraced it. Yet instead of understanding that he commands millions of tiny machines, he believes he is harnessing the power of God to conduct miracle healings.
- Kris Holt
In the next episode of "Revolution," "Happy Endings," there's a very special guest playing, of all people, himself. Bret Michaels will appear in a cameo, performing his Poison hit "Every Rose Has Its Thorn."
Before the episode airs, Michaels talks to Zap2it about how he found himself with a role on the show and exactly what surviving a post-apocalyptic world would be like for the diabetic rocker. Spoilers: The bandanna wouldn't be going anywhere.
Zap2it: It's pretty cool to see you popping up in this world.Bret Michaels: Thank you very much. First of all it's an awesome show and to be able to go on and do that, it was a lot of fun for me. And the truth is, I like Austin, Texas a lot, where we shot, even though technically I'm in New Vegas. It happened to be a good night, the weather was »
J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions cannot be stopped. Not counting past successes (and fanboy favorites) like Alias, Lost and Fringe, the Star Trek and Star Wars director has developed 14 television shows over the past 13 years, with three still on the air: CBS' Person of Interest, Fox's Almost Human and Revolution, a post-apocalyptic science fiction drama that takes place 15 years after the start of a worldwide blackout. A Wednesday night staple for NBC, Revolution has wowed critics and audiences since its 2012 debut (literally: it won an Emmy last year for »
Is Monroe back to his old ways? That’s certainly what it looks like in the above photo, which seems to show everyone’s favorite reformed(?) bad boy in a rather perilous situation. In Wednesday’s episode, Charlie and Connor will accompany Monroe on a mission that has the potential to turn deadly. Although we’re not exactly sure what’s going to go down — or how bad this mission will possibly be — one thing’s for certain: Monroe won’t get out of this without a fight.
At the beginning of season two, we found Monroe taking to the fight scene in Vegas, »
- Andrea Towers
New Revolution season 2,episode 13 official spoilers,plotline revealed by NBC. Recently,NBC released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Revolution" episode 13 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Happy Endings," and it sounds like things will get quite interesting as Monroe ends up,taking charlie and Conner on a dangerous mission, and more. In the new,13th episode press release: Monroe is going to hatch a plan. Bret Michaels will guest star. Press release number 2: Monroe will lead Connor and Charlie on a risky mission as Miles and Rachel keep an eye on things in Willoughby. Meanwhile, Neville will get a new assignment ,and Aaron is going to reunite with an old friend. The episode will also star: Jd Pardo, Stephen Collins, Katie Aselton, Steven Culp, Maureen Sebastian ,and Daniel Henney. Episode 13 is due to air on Wednesday night, January 29th at 7pm central time on NBC. »
Bella Swan’s slightly naive, overprotective dad Charlie in the Twilight Saga has very little in common with Revolution’s gruff, seemingly invincible warrior Miles Matheson — except for two things: They’ve got the most hilariously quotable lines of their respective stories, and actor Billy Burke gives them both a soft underbelly that keeps us sticking around after all the bloodshed. Before Revolution returns from winter hiatus tonight (8 p.m. Et on NBC), we caught up with Burke to chat about what went down when Bret Michaels dropped in on the show’s “post-power world,” how he keeps sane while filming the show’s outlandish fight sequences and how he feels about the Twilight vortex a year and a half after its conclusion.
VH1: Despite the sometimes horrific circumstances of Revolution’s post-apocalyptic world, you always seem to be having a blast. What do you get a kick out »
- Sabrina Rojas Weiss
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