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Skin is in at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards. Stana Katic wasn't the only big star leaving little to the imagination the blue carpet.
"Die Young" singer Ke$ha -- who sported a cracked out looking gold tooth -- bucked the celebrity side boob trend, and opted for the side booty instead. Talk show host Jenny McCarthy decided to show that 40 is the new 14 by wearing an outfit she should have been put on restriction for.
Singer and songwriter Nayer was so busy keeping up with her dog on the blue carpet that she forgot to put her top on, and Jennifer Morrison wore little more than her panties under a completely sheer gown. Carly Rae Jepsen didn't have much room for undergarments under her belly button-revealing cocktail dress either.
Even Emmy Rossum got into the action, showing a bare back and barely covering her backside. There was another common thread »
At a show like the 2013 Billboard Music Awards, you never know exactly what kind of fashion you're going to get. Fortunately, stars like Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Stana Katic and more brought the glamour to the show's blue carpet.
Selena Gomez was an early arrival to walk the carpet, but her dress still managed to be one of the night's best. The deceptively simple, mostly white gown had an interesting and almost gravity-defying design. With a strangely beautiful cut-away strip and neon-colored trim, this was a dress you can't forget.
Another big star who did her fashion right was Taylor Swift, rocking the carpet in a shiny and bright blue dress. Even without the almost Spider-Man-looking patterns all over the fabric, this splash of color on a night otherwise dominated by black and white was gorgeous.
Jennifer Lopez was another star bringing some color to the carpet. In her case, »
The competition for ratings on Monday nights is getting tougher and Castle's ratings were already on the decline last season. Will it survive to see a sixth season or will it be cancelled after more than 100 episodes? Stay tuned.
The fifth season of Castle typically airs Monday nights at 10pm on the ABC network. The cast includes Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Jon Huertas, Molly Quinn, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Seamus Dever, Susan Sullivan, and Tamala Jones.
Below are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if Castle is going to be cancelled or renewed for a sixth season.
These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Episode 05-24: Monday, 05/13/13
2.1 in the demo (+5% change) with 11.16 million (+3% »
Past (and future) "Voice" coach Cee Lo Green will be on hand to dole out a trophy at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards, along with a slew of other presenters that includes Celine Dion, Kelly Rowland, Hayden Panettiere, Kid Rock, Chloe Grace Moretz and Miley Cyrus. The presenters will also include Shania Twain, Ke$ha, Carly Rae Jepsen, Alyssa Milano, Jenny McCarthy, Emmy Rossum, Stana Katic, Gabriel Mann, Jennifer Nettles, Psy, Sky Blu, Jennifer Morrison, Florida Georgia Line, Wiz Khalifa and Alanis Morissette. Also read: Parents Television Council Slams Billboard Music Awards as »
- Tim Kenneally
Stars: Matt Bomer, Stana Katic, John Noble, Molly C. Quinn, Diedrich Bader, Jason Beghe, Frances Conroy, Melissa Disney, Alexander Gould, Stephen Root, Wade Williams | Written by Bob Goodman | Directed by James Tucker
With 2013 being the 75th anniversary of Superman and Man of Steel scheduled to come out this summer it was a forgone conclusion DC would release their emblematic direct to home media animated feature this year. DC certainly has been more successful than their marvelous competition at translating their classic stories to this format. Superman: Unbound however, ends up being a mediocre entry for this franchise. With a limited scope and a stereotypical plot it adds nothing to the Superman mythos. It feels less like an extended feature and more like a pilot episode of an upcoming television series. The animation and voice acting are both handled with care, but neither is given that much to work with. The »
- Dan Clark
There are some finales that make your heart skip a beat out of shock. The "Castle" Season 5 finale, "Watershed," is one of those episodes. After an hour of a relatively straightforward murder case and a whole lot of soul-searching, Castle and Beckett ended the season on the swings.
And Castle proposed to Beckett. So how did that happen?
The important part, aka Caskett
Remember that job offer Beckett (Stana Katic) got at the end of the penultimate Season 5 episode? She goes to an interview for it. And then she gets it.
This is a problem for her relationship with Castle (Nathan Fillion). But as Castle points out, the real issue is that Beckett doesn't trust or care enough about him to let him in on the planning and deciding. In the ensuing fight, both Castle and Beckett come to question the very foundation of their relationship. Do they have a future? »
Spoiler alert! We're about to dig into the biggest, most jaw-dropping moments from Monday night's TV. If you haven't yet watched a particular show, and don't want to be spoiled, skip to the next post! Castle: "Katherine Houghton Beckett—will you marry me?" No, we didn't steal that line from a Castle fan fiction, it's the question Castle (Nathan Fillion) actually asked Beckett (Stana Katic) in the season finale. Of course, we didn't get her answer, but: FEELs, right?! It wasn't smooth sailing though, as it seemed like the couple was heading for Splitsville when Beckett decided to take an amazing job opportunity that requires her to move to Washington, »
Unfortunately, we're not going to give you those answers here. Here are 5 "Castle" spoilers to tantalize you until the show chooses to tell us the big relationship news.
1. You know those big water storage tanks they have on the tops of some buildings? Leave a bloody and dead body floating in one, and your neighbors may get to bathe in blood.
2. The first time we see Beckett (Stana Katic) in "Watershed," she is in Washington, DC. Yes, she's taking the job possibility that seriously.
3. Alexis (Molly Quinn) wants to go to Costa Rica. Castle (Nathan Fillion) is stalling about paying for it. One of his reasons is "toucans" that are "extremely aggressive." It's possible that that's not his real reason.
4. When speaking of the murder victim and her life, »
Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Iron Man 3, The Avengers 2 (and 3), Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Justice League, Man of Steel, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Wolverine, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Crow, Arrow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Superman: Unbound, Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Superheroes Unite, Teen Titans Go!, Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II, Big Hero 6, Avengers Assemble and more...
Marvel's Iron Man 3 continues to dominate at the global box office, with the Shane Black-directed solo sequel having amassed over $800 million by close of play on Friday and is assured of becoming only the third superhero movie to pass $1 billion at the global box office. Having debuted with the second biggest domestic opening of all time, Iron Man 3 is expected to fend off competition »
- Flickering Myth
This is not going to be a happy article for the many Caskett shippers out there. There is a chance -- possibly even a good chance -- that the happy relationship of Rick and Kate on "Castle" will come to an end in Monday's Season 5 finale.
This is definitely what the show has been promoting as a possibility. We have seen foreshadowing of Beckett's (Stana Katic) relationship concerns -- and the lack of concern from Castle (Nathan Fillion). There's that exciting new job possibility that she seems interested in. And every promo video for the finale, "Watershed," indicates that bad things are going to going to happen.
Molly Quinn (Alexis) recently made those fears even worse during an interview with Zap2It about the finale. "Getting to watch Nathan and Stana do a couple of the scenes, it's so uncomfortable," Quinn teased ominously. "It's so uncomfortable and tension-filled. You »
It’s a good time to be quirky ABC drama series Castle. As it’s that special time of year when the networks dole out those highly sought after renewals, getting picked up for a new season is a blessing. For some shows it’s a little more difficult to get that renewal, but Castle doesn’t have that problem this year. A sixth season was a foregone conclusion, but ABC must have been feeling a little extra love to the series. Not only is a sixth season likely happening, but Castle will be guaranteed to air for at least two more years before we need to even entertain the idea of cancellation.
Deadline reported ABC is looking to give Castle two-year pickup, ensuring a sixth and a seventh season for the Nathan Fillion fronted series. This is far away from the kind of insecurity the series was accustomed to »
- Brody Gibson
Coinciding with yesterday's release of Superman: Unbound, Warner Bros. has debuted a new batch of images, along with one final clip from the latest instalment in the ongoing DC Universe Animated Original Movies series...
Based on the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank 2008 release Superman: Brainiac, Superman: Unbound finds the Man of Steel aptly handling day-to-day crime while helping acclimate Supergirl to Earth’s customs and managing Lois Lane’s expectations for their relationship. Personal issues take a back seat when the horrific force responsible for the destruction of Krypton – Brainiac – begins his descent upon Earth. Brainiac has crossed the universe, collecting cities from interesting planets – including Supergirl’s home city of Kandor – and now the all-knowing, ever-improving android has his sights fixed on Metropolis. Superman must summon all of his physical and intellectual resources to protect his city, the love of his life and his newly-arrived cousin.
Superman: Unbound is out »
- Flickering Myth
Sneak Peek new footage, images and synopsis from the Season Finale "Castle" episode, titled "Watershed", written by Andrew Marlowe and directed by John Terlesky, airing May 13, 2013 on ABC, starring Nathan Fillion, Stana Katic, Susan Sullivan, Molly Quinn, Penny Johnson Jerald, Tamala Jones, Jon Huertas and Seamus Dever:
"...an interview with a high-profile federal law enforcement agency forces 'Beckett' to reconsider what she wants out of her job -- and out of her relationship with 'Castle'.
"Meanwhile a body is found floating inside the water tank of a skid row flop house.
"But as the team investigate, they discover that her final resting place is just one of many strange things about her death..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Castle: Watershed"...
- Michael Stevens
Castle (Nathan Fillion) must have been a good boy this season, because the penultimate episode plays right up his conspiracy theorist’s alley. He also gets to play with a toy tank, and after he navigates it through a pretend minefield, he discovers that the tank’s camera can bit used for a bit of naughty, bedroom spy work.
Yes, ‘The Human Factor’ is very kind to our titular character indeed.That’s a good thing, because with the groundwork laid for this episode and the trailer aired for the finale, the landscape of Castle could be changing. How drastic the change will be is still up for debate, but that’s getting a bit ahead of things for now. Because for now, the only issue Castle and Beckett (Stana Katic) have to work through is how to investigate a murder with no crime scene, no ...
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- Heather Donmoyer
It's time for Beckett to make a choice. Job or love? This is always a tough one, and it's a testament to the brilliance of "Castle" that the answer is not obvious. But unlike lesser TV shows, this one truly will confront a difficult reality: What does the future hold?
Right at the end of "The Human Factor," after Beckett (Stana Katic) and Castle (Nathan Fillion) find the person responsible for killing a man with a drone strike, Detective Kate Beckett is asked to contemplate her future. Where does she see herself in five years?
This is a fair question. Anyone with ambition spends at least a little time thinking about where all the work is leading. But this isn't what usually happens on television.
In order to keep a show going, it's often necessary to minimize change. After all, the audience is watching for an established story -- reaching »
How do you catch a killer when it appears that the criminal isn't even human? That's what the detectives have to figure out on the upcoming "Castle" episode, "The Human Factor." After a man is somehow killed by a drone attack, finding the actual person responsible is very, very tricky.
See just how tricky it is in these three video clips from the episode.
The death in this episode doesn't look like one that either Castle (Nathan Fillion) or Beckett (Stana Katic) can take lightly. They can't even make jokes or crazy theories about the military taking out the victim.
Could the military do something like that? It's definitely best to hope that the answer is no.
Fortunately, humor returns by the time we get to the next clip. The detectives need to figure out who -- if anyone -- was piloting the drone that committed murder. Castle, naturally, has the most entertaining theory. »
Superman is a science fiction story. What else can you say about the sole survivor of a doomed planet coming to live on Earth? As a result, some of the best stories about the Man of Steel have been science fiction in nature so it’s a wonder that it has taken this long before one of his confrontations with fellow alien Brainiac was brought to the screen. The feature films keep reusing Lex Luthor and General Zod, ignoring the computer construct from the distant world of Colu, who has captured specimen cities from countless worlds, including one from Krypton.
Thankfully, the folk at Warner Animation have recognized his incredible potential, first by reimagining him as a closer part of the mythos in their Superman: the Animated Series and now in Superman Unbound. The core story is lifted from Action Comics #866-870 by Geoff Johns and Garry Frank and collected »
- Robert Greenberger
Castle star Molly C. Quinn talks about stepping into the role of Supergirl in a three-part video interview for Superman: Unbound, debuting on Blu-ray and DVD May 7th. James Tucker directs this animated adventure where Superman (Matthew Bomer) must stop the evil Brainiac (John Noble) from destroying Supergirl's hometown of Kandor. Take a look at this interview before picking up the Blu-ray and DVD next week.
Based on the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank 2008 release "Superman: Brainiac," Superman: Unbound finds the Man of Steel aptly handling day-to-day crime while helping acclimate Supergirl to Earth's customs and managing Lois Lane's expectations for their relationship. Personal issues take a back seat when the horrific force responsible for the destruction of Krypton - Brainiac - begins his descent upon Earth. Brainiac has crossed the universe, »
We've seen several of the voice cast of Superman: Unbound talking about their roles in Warner Bros.' latest DC Universe Animated Original Movie, including Matt Bomer (Superman), Stana Katic (Lois Lane) [see here] and John Noble (Brainiac), and now it's the turn of Castle star Molly Quinn, who speaks about her role as Kara Zor-El, the relationship between Supergirl and the Man of Steel, and her impressions of the script by Bob Goodman (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns). Check the interview clips below, along with two new images from the upcoming direct-to-video release...
"Based on the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank 2008 release Superman: Brainiac, Superman: Unbound finds the Man of Steel aptly handling day-to-day crime while helping acclimate Supergirl to Earth’s customs and managing Lois Lane’s expectations for their relationship. Personal issues take a back seat when the horrific force responsible for the destruction of Krypton – Brainiac – begins his descent upon Earth. »
- Flickering Myth
Malin Akerman is doing a bang-up job in her new role. The new mom plays the similarly platinum-haired New Wave goddess Debbie Harry in the upcoming Cbgb, named after the iconic club at the center of New York City's punk-rock scene in the 1970s. And, judging by these first-look pics, at least, they couldn't have picked a better actress to channel the famed Blondie singer. Also among the Cbgb headliners: Alan Rickman, Rupert Grint, Stana Katic, Ashley Greene, Johnny Galecki, Rupert Grint, Donal Logue, Justin Bartha, Bradley Whitford and Freddy Rodriguez. Rickman stars as Cbgb owner Hilly Kristal, who kept the club open from 1973 until 2006, when he lost out to the establishment »
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