Teen Wolf's Ryan Kelley Talks 'Crazy' Final Episodes, Laments Parrish and Lydia's Unexplored 'Connection'
One of Sunday’s back-to-back episodes of Teen Wolf (MTV, 8/7c) reveals the name of the mysterious, corpse-looking Big Bad of the final season — and it’s a mouthful. Fortunately, Ryan Kelley has a helpful alternative for fans.
“We just called him ‘Pulpy’ on set,” the actor tells TVLine. “He’s just this gooey, slippery, nasty guy — real creepy.”
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Unfortunately, the villain’s weirdly adorable nickname is one of the few specific details Kelley can still recall from the final 10 episodes’ unconventional shoot.
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Steven Soderbergh Reveals 2 Versions Of HBO Project ‘Mosaic’
“Logan Lucky” races into cinemas today, with Steven Soderbergh firing on all cylinders for his hugely enjoyable heist comedy. But as always, the director is shifting gears for his next effort, the HBO project “Mosaic.” The project, which has been kept under wraps for quite some time, stars Garrett Hedlund and Sharon Stone, with Ed Solomon (“Men in Black,” “Charlie’s Angels“) writing the script for the story that will allow users to pursue different narrative paths, utilizing a new state-of-the-art app.
- Kevin Jagernauth
Bruce Forsyth, Legendary British Entertainer, Dies at 89
A statement from Wilson said: “It is with great sadness that the Forsyth family announce that Sir Bruce passed away this afternoon, peacefully at his home surrounded by his wife Wilnelia and all his children.”
The popular variety entertainer, who was a mainstay of British television from the 1970s onwards, made his television debut at age 14 singing and dancing on a talent show. He became a household name in the U.K. in the late 1950s after being invited to take over from comedian Tommy Trinder as host of television variety show “Sunday Night at the London Palladium” in 1958.
In the 1970s he proved popular as a gameshow host, fronting the long-running “The Generation Game” for the BBC before moving to rival broadcaster ITV to host another long-running gameshow, “Play »
- Robert Mitchell
Malcolm-Jamal Warner to Guest Star on Showtime Comedy ‘White Famous’ (Exclusive)
A “Cosby Show” alum is moving on to Showtime. Malcolm-Jamal Warner will guest star on the upcoming comedy “White Famous,” TheWrap has exclusively learned. The new show stars “Saturday Night Live” alum Jay Pharoah as a rising comedian. Warner will be playing Nelson Youngblood, an icon in the African-American community and a moral compass. Also Read: Wrong Black Guy: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Addressed as Malcolm-Jamal Warner at TCA Warner has been making the rounds in Hollywood over the past few years with major roles in “American Crime Story” and the upcoming series “Ten Days in the Valley” on ABC. He also had a recurring. »
- Carli Velocci
Gotham Casts New Villain and Friend for Bruce
Benedict is set to play Cherry, the owner of a fight club in The Narrows a.k.a Gotham's most dangerous neighborhood. This fight club will
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- Lindsay Macdonald
Stephen King Has Confidence in JJ Abrams for Castle Rock
There is no questioning the fact that Stephen King is one of the most prolific authors of our time, having written countless masterpieces over the years. If you doubt the validity of the aforementioned statement, just take a moment to allow your memory to remind you of how many of King’s books have been adapted for the big screen and become classics. Start with films like Pet Cemetary, The Shining, The Shawshank Redemption, and Misery for starters. There are some Stephen King fans that have not been happy with the way Hollywood has translated his novels into film, but nevertheless,
- Rick Wallace
BBC Acquires ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ for the U.K.
The BBC has acquired FX’s anthology series “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” for the U.K. The second season of “American Crime Story” will air on BBC Two in 2018.
The channel also aired the show’s award-winning first season, “The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” which was widely acclaimed by British critics. The follow-up, “The Assassination of Gianni Versace,” follows the events surrounding the death of the legendary fashion designer in the summer of 1997. Edgar Ramirez stars as Versace, with Oscar-winner Penelope Cruz (pictured) playing Donatella Versace, Darren Criss as serial killer Andrew Cunanan and Ricky Martin as Versace’s partner, Antonio D’Amico.
“With ‘The People vs. O.J. Simpson,’ the brilliant Ryan Murphy and his team crafted a unique and utterly compelling television event which managed to get the nation talking once more about one of the biggest cases in history,” said Sue Deeks, head »
- Robert Mitchell
Great News: Veep's Reid Scott Set to Recur During Season 2 of NBC Sitcom
Scott is set to play Jeremy, a reporter for The New York Times and a new love interest for Briga Heelan’s Katie Wendelson. He will first appear in Episode 4, then return for multiple episodes throughout the season.
The Dangers of Filming Mission Impossible 6
As its name states,Mission Impossible 6will be the sixth installment in the Mission Impossible franchise. Like its predecessors, it will be a spy movie with plenty of action, which should come as welcome news to action fans. Naturally, Tom Cruise will be returning as Ethan Hunt, while other cast members such as Rebecca Ferguson and Michelle Monaghan have been confirmed to return as well. With that said, the filming of Mission Impossible 6has encountered a serious problem with Tom Cruise having sustained a broken ankle while performing a stunt, which could cause further complications for the production of the spy
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- Nat Berman
Tribeca Will Host Its First-Ever TV Festival in September
The film industry has a long history and tradition of holding festivals that celebrate new and old films, indie productions and more. There is a pretty impressive list of film festivals, but somehow, despite having a massive impact on Hollywood revenue, the television industry has been left of out of major festivals that could promote television programming. Well, all of that is about to change. According to sources within Tribeca Enterprises, the entity responsible for launching the Tribeca Film Festival, there will now be a Tribeca TV Festival — with the first annual festival being launch this September. The festival
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- Rick Wallace
Black Widow and Elektra Stunt Doubles Stage Epic Knife Fight
These are two stunt doubles you have to figure are just bad to the bone. Putting them in even a mock knife fight looks like it would be absolutely brutal, not to mention impressive. Each woman is skilled at their craft and knows how to disarm and disable the other, but it would seem that the stunt woman for the Black Widow is a little more crafty than Elektra’s stunt double. For one thing she goes for function instead of form while Elektra is more flips and acrobatic moves that are pretty but not exactly practical. Black Widow tends to
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Young and the Restless: Abby Informs Nikki of Family News
Young and the Restless fans know that Abby is kind of immature when it comes to certain things. She says she’s a serious business woman, but she’s always looking for a way to have a good time rather than work. She enjoys men and flirting. And she’s always looking for someone to love. She likes to have a good time, and she likes to blame the fact that Victor doesn’t take her seriously on the fact that he likes Victoria better. She’s a little petulant, and when she approaches Nikki to tell her that Nick was kicked out and Abby
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- Tiffany Raiford
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