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For over six decades, Disney has been igniting in little girls the dream of being a princess. Then, in 2001, with the help of Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway, the House of Mouse showed us that wearing the tiara is not all it’s cracked up to be. The Princess Diaries opened in theaters 15 years ago today. Hathaway’s Mia Thermopiles learns just what kind of pressure and responsibility is involved with being princess when she learns she’s the heir to the crown of Genovia. “I don’t want to run my own country. I just want to pass 10th grade,” she moans. It was the film debut of Anne Hathaway, who has since become Hollywood royalty herself, earning an Oscar for Les Misérables and nabbing coveted roles like Catwoman in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. The Princess Diaries gave us Anne Hathaway, and it also gave us »
- Emily Rome
Always letting its conscience be its guide, Once Upon a Time is bringing back Raphael Sbarge as Archie Hopper/Jiminy Cricket, for the sixth season premiere episode, "The Savior." TV Line reports creator and Ep Adam Horowitz said, "...our favorite cricket-shrink is going to find himself with a new patient." Speculate with us, after the jump.Sbarge hasn't been seen on Once Upon a Time since season four, episode three, "Rocky Road," during the Frozen storyline, featuring Elizabeth Mitchell, Elizabeth Lail, and Georgina Haig. Once Upon a Time season six premieres Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 8:00pm Et/Pt on ABC. The series stars Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Lana Parrilla, Robert Carlyle, Josh Dallas, and Colin O'Donoghue.Read More… »
Brian (Jake McDorman) must face some pretty steep odds in this week’s episode of “Limitless.” When Brian’s closest relationships implode due to his inability to cut ties with Eddie Morra (Bradley Cooper), he goes rogue from the FBI to free himself from the senator’s control. In Russia, he searches for Piper (Georgina Haig), Morra’s former associate turned adversary, and her alternative Nzt vaccine. In an exclusive clip of this week’s episode obtained by TheWrap, Brian takes his last remaining Nzt pill as he tries to think of the best way to free Piper from a Russian prison. »
- Joe Otterson
How are you holding up, The 100 fans? Are you heartbroken? Confused? All of the above? After Thursday’s episode, no one would blame you.
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TVLine spoke with showrunner Jason Rothenberg in an attempt to make sense of the episode’s one-two punch — we warned you! — but first, a (very) brief recap of the main events:
A flashback to Polaris on Unity Day found a frantic Becca arguing that, despite her first A.I. destroying the planet, her follow-up project (Alie 2) was worth saving. Her refusal to put Alie 2 down resulted »
The Aussie actress has nabbed a leading role in The CW’s Mars-set drama pilot.
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The untitled project follows an explorer team that arrives on Mars to join its first human colony, only to discover that their predecessors have vanished. Led by a woman whose husband is among the missing, the colonists are forced to change their mission from exploration and settlement to investigation and survival, »
Georgina Haig (Limitless) is set as the female lead opposite Neal Bledsoe in The CW's Untitled Mars Project pilot, from CBS TV Studios. Written by Doris Egan (Reign), the thriller follows an explorer team that arrives on Mars to join the first human colony on the planet, only to discover that their predecessors have vanished. Led by a woman whose husband is among the missing, the colonists are forced to change their mission from exploration and settlement to investigation… »
After 63 years somebody has taken a crack at Arthur C. Clarke's monumental sci-fi novel. This interpretation throws the emphasis way out of whack but succeeds too frequently to ignore. Charles Dance is the alarming Overlord Karellen, who comes from the stars to escort humanity through its next stage of development... and to announce the end of the world as we know it. Childhood's End Blu-ray Universal Studios Home Entertainment 2015 / Color / 1:78 widescreen / 247 min. / Street Date March 1, 2016 / 34.98 Starring Charles Dance, Mike Vogel, Osy Ikhile, Daisy Betts, Georgina Haig, Ashley Zukerman, Hayley Magnus, Charlotte Nicdao, Peretta, Lachlan Roland-Kenn, Julian McMahon, Colm Meany, Robert Morgan. Cinematography Neville Kidd Film Editor Sean Albertson, Yan Miles, Eric A. Sears Original Music Charlie Clouser Written by Matthew Graham from the novel by Arthur C. Clarke Produced by Nick Hurran, John C. Lenick, Paul M. Leonard Directed by Nick Hurran
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- Glenn Erickson
RelatedSyfy Sets 12 Monkeys Season 2 Premiere Date, Unveils First Photos
Set in a near future where corporations have unlimited power, the drama centers around Teale’s Ben Larson, a young executive who conceals his true identity to infiltrate a very dangerous corporate world to save the woman he loves. But he’ll soon learn that he’s not the only one whose secrets may have deadly consequences.
The cast also includes Dennis Haysbert »
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Supergirl, NCIS, American Horror Story and The Daily Show!
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9 items from 2016
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