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Spoiler Alert: Do not read ahead if you have not seen the Nov. 19 episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” titled “Things We Lost in the Fire.”
“Grey’s Anatomy’s” new leading man Martin Henderson has ruffled many feathers since he walked into Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital as Dr. Nathan Riggs.
Butting heads with Owen (Kevin McKidd), the entire medical staff — and plenty of viewers — have been wondering what went on in the past between Owen and Nathan, and Thursday night’s midseason finale finally shed more light on the dueling duo’s history.
A big fire brought tons of injured firefighters into the hospital, marking Bailey’s (Chandra Wilson) first huge crisis since assuming her role as chief. Among the firefighters was Owen’s mother’s boyfriend, who ended up being treated by Nathan, much to Owen’s dismay. With Owen mad that his enemy was performing surgery on his mother’s man, »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
As we reported earlier this month, The Game Awards will be live on December 3rd, on a bevy of streaming sites. Now, here are the nominatees and the categories.
Game of the Year
Bloodborne (FromSoftware / Sony Computer Entertainment)
Fallout 4 (Bethesda Game Studios / Bethesda Softworks)
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (Kojima Productions / Konami)
Super Mario Maker (Nintendo)
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (CD Projekt Red / Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment)
Developer of the Year
Bethesda Game Studios
CD Projekt Red
Best Independent Game
Axiom Verge (Tom Happ)
Her Story (Sam Barlow)
Ori and the Blind Forest (Moon Studios)
Rocket League (Psyonix)
Best Mobile/Handheld Game
Downwell (Moppin / Devolver Digital)
Fallout Shelter (Bethesda Game Studios | Behaviour Interactive / Bethesda Softworks) Lara Croft Go (Square Enix Montreal / Square Enix)
Monster Hunter 4: Ultimate (Capcom)
Pac-Man 256 (Hipster Whale / Bandai Namco Entertainment)
Her Story (Sam Barlow)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Malliaros)
I make it no secret that I was a huge fan of the 2013 Tomb Raider reimagining. Crystal Dynamics took their most popular IP and reinvented it for a new generation. Gone were the dual-wielding pistols and long ponytail, as well as the other "endowments" that defined Lara Croft. The developer stripped that all away and presented the world a younger, more vulnerable Lara, and then put her through absolute hell. It was gorgeous to look at and a true pleasure to play. And now, Crystal Dynamics is back with a new adventure for the hipper, younger Lara in the Xbox One timed exclusive, Rise of the Tomb Raider.
A year has passed since the events on the island, and Lara Croft (wonderfully voiced by the returning Camilla Luddington) now sees the world differently. She is no longer the entitled little girl who would "play adventure" with her friends, she is now a true survivor. »
Tomb Raider was big when I grew up, but I simply couldn’t get into it. I tried and tried, thanks to a friend’s Sony PlayStation and his family’s love of the franchise, but the controls were just too rigid for me and I never became hooked. Thankfully, things changed when Tomb Raider was rebooted in 2013, because the modernized, Uncharted-inspired tale that resulted from those efforts blew me away and installed itself as a personal favourite. Gone were the rigid controls and things that turned me off as a kid, and in their place was an epic game that was fluid, immersive and thoroughly entertaining.
Now, two years later, Lara Croft is back and as badass as ever, in Rise of the Tomb Raider, a timed Xbox One exclusive that the company hopes will move consoles this holiday season. As a sequel to the reboot and its remastered Definitive Edition, »
- Chad Goodmurphy
“Grey’s Anatomy” turned 250 Thursday night, hitting a major milestone. To celebrate the 250th episode, exec producer Betsy Beers takes a look back on the highs and lows of ABC’s long-running medical drama.
Beers — who has been a staple at Shondaland, working hand-in-hand with Shonda Rhimes on “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Scandal,” “How To Get Away with Murder” and the upcoming midseason drama “The Catch” — says she still laughs and cries frequently, even 12 seasons in.
“Every episode, something gets me and every season, something gets me,” Beers tells Variety. “Sometimes, I cry because I’m sad, and sometimes, I cry just because it’s just emotional and it’s super awesome.”
After what seems like countless character deaths, romance woes and coming-of-age stories, Beers admits that she’s more in love with “Grey’s” now than ever. “I think what’s so cool about this season is that so many »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Spoiler Alert: Do not read ahead, if you have not watched “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 12, Episode 4, which aired on Oct. 15.
Maggie’s (Kelly McCreary) hot hookup with intern Andrew (Giacomo Gianniotti) kept the much-promised lighter mood afloat on Thursday night’s episode of “Grey’s Anatomy,” but Stephanie’s (Jerrika Hinton) revealing backstory brought a heartbreaking touch to the doctor’s storyline this season.
When the episode kicked off, Maggie, Amelia (Caterina Scorsone) and Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) scrambled to get their dinner party together, which all three roomies had forgotten about — though that was hardly the biggest crisis among the MDs, as the night approached, starting with Maggie’s morning, which was awakened with the realization that she drunkenly slept with Andrew — a lot. Giving a nod to the long-running medical drama’s pilot, in which the then-intern Meredith slept with doctor Derek (Patrick Dempsey), Maggie and Andrew’s one »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
The promos for this week’s Grey’s Anatomy sure worked hard to make us think that Alex would be handing out cigars a few months down the line. But was Jo really feeling like she wanted to puke because she was expecting? Or was Shonda Rhimes pulling a fast one on us? Read on, and I’ll tell you!
RelatedGrey’s Anatomy: Will Katherine Heigl Return in Season 12?
Kid Stuff | Early on in “I Choose You” (obviously shortened from its full title, “I Choose You, Pikachu”), Jo seemed to confide in Stephanie that she’d just found out she was pregnant. »
Last season, many fans of Grey's Anatomy were shocked by the exit of Doctor Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey). Some were so upset that they vowed they'd never watch the series again. Will Dempsey's exit from the long-running medical drama seriously hurt the ratings or could the changes ahead help to reinvigorate the series? Cancelled or renewed for season 13? Stay tuned.
Grey's Anatomy revolves around the personal and professional lives of the surgical residents, fellows, and attendings in the surgical wing of the fictional Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in Seattle, Washington. The ensemble cast includes Ellen Pompeo, Justin Chambers, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., Sara Ramirez, Kevin McKidd, Jessica Capshaw, Sarah Drew, Jesse Williams, Caterina Scorsone, Camilla Luddington, Jerrika Hinton, Kelly McCreary, Jason George, and Martin Henderson.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher »
Following the death of Patrick Dempsey‘s Dr. McDreamy last season, the first trailer for the 12th season of “Grey’s Anatomy” promises that “everything has changed.” The TV spot shows all the cast members high-fiving as the new season begins, but for Meredith Grey (played by Ellen Pompeo), it seems that since the death of her husband Derek (Dempsey), life isn’t as dandy. While the trailer doesn’t reveal much, we can see that Jo (Camilla Luddington) swings a sledgehammer into the wall of Meredith’s house, while Maggie (Kelly McCreary) punches someone in the face. Also Read: »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
“Grey’s Anatomy” returns Sept. 24 with its 12th season, and when the new episodes begin, the ABC medical drama is going back to its roots.
Season 11 said goodbye to Patrick Dempsey’s Dr. Derek “McDreamy” Shepherd, and the new season picks up three months after the finale and will be lighter in tone. In fact, romance is in the air for Season 12.
“We’ll just say that we are giving new life to sexy over 50,” Debbie Allen, who plays the newly married Dr. Catherine Avery, tells Variety of her ignited relationship with Dr. Richard Webber (James Pickens Jr). “We have a very hot relationship. Richard has got her busy.”
The newlyweds are just one of the show’s central duos whose love life will be on full display. A source close to the show says there is a lot of dating, flirting and sex in the new episodes, which are »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Sneak Peek a detailed 12" statue of 'Lara Croft' in the likeness of "Grey's Anatomy" actress Camilla Luddington, as part of the upcoming Square Enix, Crystal Dynamix, Xbox One "Collector's Edition" release of "Rise Of The Tomb Raider", available November 2015:
The special release also includes a collectible steel case, a replica of Lara’s leather in-game journal and a model of Lara's 'Jade Necklace', including the pendant that was her first archeological discovery, with the strap given to her by 'Conrad Roth'.
"Experience high-octane action moments, conquer beautifully hostile environments, engage in brutal guerilla combat, and explore awe-inspiring deadly tombs in the evolution of survival action.
"In order to prove she’s not insane...
"...Lara begins searching out »
- Michael Stevens
As a special treat to its dedicated fans (some of which, presumably own PS4s), Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics have unveiled the Collector's Edition for their upcoming timed Xbox-exclusive Rise Of The Tomb Raider featuring more than a few exclusive items including an intricately designed 12" Lara Croft statue that brings the iconic video game heroine, portrayed by Camilla Luddington (Grey's Anatomy), to life. The Collector's Edition is currently listed at $149.99 and is available for pre-order at the official Tomb Raider Store. Full retail copy of Rise of the Tomb Raider for Xbox One 12”-tall statue of Lara Croft, which depicts her searching for answers on her first Tomb Raiding Expedition. Collectible steel case A replica of Lara’s leather in-game journal. A model of Lara's Jade Necklace, including the pendant that was her first archeological discovery, and the strap that was given to her by Conrad Roth, her late mentor. »
Forget that new loft. Grey’s Anatomy is giving Alex and Jo something even more valuable in Season 12: a frontburner storyline.
“We had a lot of stories we wanted to tell with them last season, and I promised the fans, ‘We’re going to tell all these Alex and Jo stories… ,'” series creator Shonda Rhimes tells TVLine. “And then we had to take a left turn because Patrick [Dempsey] was leaving. And now we want to tell a lot of those »
Killing off original Grey’s Anatomy cast member Patrick Dempsey‘s Dr. Derek Shepherd was “a difficult decision,” ABC president Paul Lee affirmed Tuesday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills.
Lee intimated that the parting of the ways was at least in part driven by Dempsey’s passion for race car driving, saying: “He has lots of interests outside [of Grey’s Anatomy].”
RelatedGrey’s Anatomy’s Camilla Luddington: ‘Izzie Coming Back Would Be Nuts’ (But She’s ‘Not Against It’)
Reflecting on the, um, passionate reaction to Derek’s death, Lee raved, “It was great to see Grey’s Anatomy so relevant. »
Fresh from her trip to [wherever the heck she ended up in the season finale], new “Dark One” Jennifer Morrison was joined by her Once Upon a Time co-stars Saturday for the ABC drama’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con, where moderator Yvette Nicole Brown got everyone to ponder what the future might hold for each of their characters.
RelatedOnce Upon a Time Casts Merlin, Guinevere for Season 5
“A lot of Season 4 was about her confidence being shaken,” Morrison said of Emma and the secret that Snow and Charming kept about her origin. “It cut her belief in herself.” Moving forward, Morrison said, “She’s going to face the darkness »
Camilla Luddington is nervous about Season 12 of Grey’s Anatomy.
RelatedGrey’s Anatomy: Jessica Capshaw Signs Major Contract Extension — Find Out How Long Arizona’s Sticking Around
“I just don’t trust things are going to continue to go well” for Jo and Alex, the actress tells Michael Ausiello in an interview at TVLine’s Comic-Con suite at the Hard Rock Hotel — and she’s not just referring to the couple’s icky new loft space. After three “pretty good” seasons for the couple, Luddington wonders how much more sunshine there can possibly be in the forecast.
RelatedGrey’s Anatomy: »
Season 2 will pick up six months after last spring’s finale, among the old world glamour and grit of Hollywood in 1947 — and much more than locale has changed for the characters.
“Don’t be worried,” he said with a smile while stopping by TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Related ABC Sets Fall Premiere Dates for Scandal, Grey’s, Once and 21 Others, Names Forever‘s Replacement
*full disclosure: a Blu-ray screener of this film was provided by IFC Films. Directors/writers: Dallas Richard Hallam and Patrick Horvath. Cast: Caity Lotz, Camilla Luddington and Scott Michael Foster. It is strange to see a trailer as part of the film you already possess. It is even stranger to see that trailer mislabelled as The Pact (2012) and not The Pact II. Unfortunately, this is only the first step in a strange viewing experience, involving the Judas Killer. This time, the Judas Killer, who was killed in the first film, has a murderous admirer. More bodies begin to turn up, all around the protagonist, June (Camilla Luddington). But, who is this new killer? There will be many misdirections to lead you down the wrong path and all of the obfuscation grows tired, during a second viewing. A theme of surveillance is touched upon, but there are too many unfleshed and forgotten ideas here. »
- email@example.com (Michael Allen)
Join Lara Croft on her first great tomb raiding expedition as she seeks to discover the secret of immortality. Rise Of The Tomb Raider delivers cinematic survival action-adventure November 10th, 2015, on the Xbox One and Xbox 360. In her first adventure, Lara Croft® was forged into a true survivor, but she glimpsed a deeper, secret world. In the next chapter of her journey, Lara must use her survival skills and wits, learn to trust new friends, and ultimately accept her destiny as the Tomb Raider. Rise Of The Tomb Raider builds upon the formula that made Tomb Raider a success, and features the return of Camilla Luddington as Lara Croft. Camilla will take character performance to new heights as Lara pushes herself beyond human limits and is confronted with what it means to become a hero. »
- Sean Atkins
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