8 items from 2015
Big "A" means business. The Pretty Little Liars villain has moved past sending threatening text messages to straight-up violent attacks. But which characters finally sealed their flirtation with a kiss? Here's what happened Tuesday night: Biggest Moments • Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) visited Alison (Sasha Pieterse) in jail now that they knew she wasn't A - but Hanna (Ashley Benson) refused. Honestly, we were with Han on this one. Even if Ali wasn't the person currently terrorizing their lives, she was the source of some serious childhood trauma. Ali wanted to tell her lawyers what »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
Big "A" means business. The Pretty Little Liars villain has moved past sending threatening text messages to straight-up violent attacks. But which characters finally sealed their flirtation with a kiss? Here's what happened Tuesday night: Biggest Moments • Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) visited Alison (Sasha Pieterse) in jail now that they know she isn't A - but Hanna (Ashley Benson) refused. Honestly, we're with Han on this one. Even if Ali isn't the person currently terrorizing their lives, she was the source of some serious childhood trauma. Ali wanted to tell her lawyers what Mike »
- Michele Corriston, @mcorriston
There are only a few weeks left until "Pretty Little Liars" finally reveals who A is! You know, for the millionth time. But now that Alison Dilaurentis has been cleared in the A-game, the list of suspects is growing at an exponential rate. At this point, anyone could be the "Pll" puppet master, but one thing's for sure: tensions are rising in Rosewood. And we're not just talking about the sexual tension between Spencer Hastings and literally every man on this show who isn't Toby Cavanaugh. Sigh, their vague breakup is still so raw. *crying*
The Liars Join Team Ali, Aria Looks Out For Mike
Last week the little liars learned that Alison definitely didn't kill Mona Vanderwaal because whoops, she faked her own death only to be murdered. Hate it when that happens. Obviously, this whole situation is super awkward for the liars, and their new mission is to get Ali out of jail. »
- Mehera Bonner
Yes, it's Valentine's Day. But I say bah humbug to V-Day. I haven't even fully recovered from Christmas and New Years to think about celebrating yet another holiday wrapped up in crass commercialism & consumerism (insert smiley face here). So, it's in that spirit that I post this entry - your picks for the best inappropriate, unorthodox Valentine's day movies! Films that are contrary to what is usual, traditional or accepted, with regards to this particular holiday. So, no "Love Story," nor "Love And Basketball;" no "Love Jones," or anything else affirming love in the title. No "Breakfast At Tiffany's," "Sleepless In »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Breakfast at Tiffany's will be screened at the Royal Albert Hall this summer with an on-stage orchestra and choir
Henry Mancini's score will be performed live for the audience on June 12 (7.30pm) and June 13 (2.30pm and 7.30pm).
Director of Events at the Royal Albert Hall Lucy Noble said: "This iconic film is famous for many things: Audrey Hepburn's peerless sense of style, the headily romantic atmosphere, an exceptional cat, and - of course - Henry Mancini's timeless score, including the classic song 'Moon River'.
"This unique event will bring the music centre-stage, quite literally, as it is performed live and in full by an orchestra and choir.
"This is Breakfast at Tiffany's as it has never been seen - or heard - before, so grab a pastry and a 'huckleberry friend' and head for the Royal Albert Hall in June."
The screening is the world premiere of Breakfast at Tiffany's Live. »
Take another look @ actress Emilia Clarke ("Game Of Thrones", "Terminator Genisys") in an editorial spread for "GQ" Magazine, plus Sneak Peek images of her past Broadway appearance as 'Holly Golightly' in "Breakfast At Tiffany's".
Clarke plays the exiled-queen character 'Daenerys Targaryen', a.k.a. 'Khaleesi Mother of Dragons' in the HBO series "Game Of Thrones".
The series is based on the medieval fantasy books by author George R.R. Martin.
Clarke returns in Season 5 of "Game Of Thrones", April 2015.
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- Michael Stevens
Back to the Future Live is coming to London's Royal Albert Hall.
The concert will celebrate thirty years since the release of the classic sci-fi film on Saturday, July 4, with a concert orchestra performing the film score in full.
Tickets are on sale now, priced from £28 - £68.80.
Lucy Noble, the Royal Albert Hall's director of events, said: "Like Marty McFly, we'll be going 30 years back in time this July, as Back to the Future makes its bow at the Royal Albert Hall.
"We can't wait to get our flux capacitors powered up for the show and, amazingly, Alan Silvestri has agreed to pen around 15 minutes' worth of new music especially for the show."
Further live movie score events »
You're hung over. You want good streaming options now. You don't want to move. Let us do the work for you. Check out the best of new Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu below. Netflix "Mean Girls" If you didn't spend enough of 2014 commemorating the 10th anniversary of this gem, make a resolution to re-watch it first thing in 2015. Still Amy Poehler's funniest role to date. Happy hour's from four to six! "Friends" (Complete series) Lisa Kudrow > Courteney Cox > Jennifer Aniston > Matthew Perry > Matt LeBlanc > David Schwimmer. That is the only thing I know about this life. "Election" There is plenty to cherish about this movie, specifically that Reese Witherspoon is exactly the right kind of terrifying as Tracy Flick, but let's just remember the days of Chris Klein as an august young movie star who represented the flip-haired bravado of the class of '99. "101 Dalmatians" Forgive me, but this »
- Louis Virtel
8 items from 2015
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