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I'd been wondering when Person of Interest was going to bring back criminal mob boss, Elias.
It's exciting because it reignites the possibility of Reese and Finch's larger enemy. The seeds have certainly been planted for a variety of bad guys - from the elusive Root to Reese's CIA hunters - but Elias set the stage for the bigger recurring problem. Does that mean that the show will delve deeper into Elias' character and his own story arc or will we not get to see him for another few episodes?
As is the case most weeks, the endings have really given that kick that adds to the show's excitement, and seeing Elias with a perfect grin on his face was a fantastic way to conclude the hour. Sure, I wish there was more for him to have actually done in regard to the overall story, but the reunited possibility of »
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On TV this Thursday: 30 Rocks with Jim Carrey, a Friday Night Lights fave is a Person of Interest, The Mentalist faces a familiar nemesis and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features, here are nine programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm American Idol (Fox) | The first phase of the competition comes to an end as the judges reveal their final selections for this season’s Top 24.
8 pm 30 Rock (NBC) | Tracy rallies the writers to help him use a nearly-expired Benihana gift card worth so much that it will take a Leap Day miracle to spend; Liz helps Jenna seduce an Internet billionaire. »
- Alyse Whitney
The promotional campaign for The Amazing Spider-Man is now in full swing, what with the massive, multi-country footage screening and all manner of trailers, photos and posters online. Now the first full clip has arrived, and it’s full of everything you might expect from the adventures of Peter Parker. Take a look below.Everything, of course, assuming that by that you expect him to appear in the lanky form of Andrew Garfield being hassled at the door to Gwen Stacey’s building by an officious Noo Yawk doorman (played by John Scurti, who is usually found getting into trouble alongside fellow Amazing Spider-Man actor Denis Leary on TV’s Rescue Me).If you’re hoping for explosions, web-slinging, roaring lizard beasts or the lovely Emma Stone as Gwen, you’re better off checking out the trailer again. Still, it’s a good indication of the humour that will run through the film. »
Oh man, spoilers ahead, Columbia has revealed the first clip from The Amazing Spider-Man and it is sure to get you into theaters as Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) has a conversation with Gwen Stacey's (Emma Stone) doorman played by "Rescue Me" star John Scurti. It's riveting stuff. This is just one of the many pieces of marketing material to come out of the film's viral campaign which is taking place at MarkoftheSpider-Man.com, which has also been setting up tagging events around the country where fans have been getting together and spray-painting the Spider-Man logo all over the city. Over at FirstShowing, Alex Billington recently participated in the Los Angeles effort and posted images and video from his night on the town. The Amazing Spider-Man hits theaters on July 3, for more information, pictures and videos from the film click here. The clip can be watched directly below.
- Brad Brevet
4 items from 2012
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