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Despite a lot of death in the first part of "Teen Wolf" Season 3, the horror has not ended yet. Rumors indicate that at least three more major characters will die before the show's summer finale. Who could be the next to go?
Here are some possibilities, listed from most to least likely to die. Since there are supposed to be three more deaths in total, several of these names could end up in trouble.
Other than being a barefoot lady with weird nails, this character has little identity and little purpose. Her death would be easy and less-than-tragic.
It's not like Derek needs to lose more family members. Unfortunately, Adelaide Kane, the actress who plays Cora, is the star of the upcoming series, "Reign." She probably has to go in some manner.
That black goo is probably fatal. No one would cry too much if that »
The Baftas might have more respectability and the Oscars more star wattage, but it's hard not to get swept up in the sheer exuberance of this great night out for the soap stars
Something happened during the British Soap Awards last night. Something weird. Something that you probably wouldn't see on many other awards shows. Chris Noth, formerly of Sex and the City, had been hired to present an award. Phillip Schofield announced his name. And everyone went berserk.
Jessie Wallace started lolling about her seat, her jaw dangling several feet below the rest of her face and her eyeballs cartwheeling insanely in their sockets. Another actor stood up and bellowed "I love you!" with all the mad-eyed ferocity of a crackpot Jeremy Kyle guest. His name alone was enough to prompt an audible intake of breath from the audience. And this was Chris Noth, for crying out loud. If »
- Stuart Heritage
To think the world’s only jellyfish man movie would have been lost to the annals of time had it not been rescued from obscurity by Something Weird Video. And if you think a jellyfish man is something weird, then just wait until you hear Neil Sedaka’s theme song, “Do the Jellyfish.”
From 1966 comes Sting of Death, South Florida b-movie maestro William Grefe’s outrageous Creature from the Black Lagoon Everglades-style about an uptight scientist and partying teens being terrorized by a half-man/half-jellyfish.
To be more specific, the monster is a were-jellyfish!
The bullied Igor-like assistant to a swamp scientist in love with his boss’ daughter develops a means by which to transform himself into a jellyfish man - that looks suspiciously like a decorated wetsuit with an inflated plastic bag mask - by dunking his head in a computerized fish tank. Trust me; it doesn’t make »
You probably best know Diablo Cody as the hand that held the pen (or, you know, the keyboard) from whence the unavoidable catchphrase "Honest to blog" sprang. However, Cody has more up her sleeve than just "Juno" (which, ahem, won a little something called an Oscar) and her more recent feature, "Young Adult." On top of being an Academy Award winner (and now, voter), she's also a co-chair of the Athena Film Festival. The fest, which will run at New York's Barnard College from February 7th to 10th, celebrates female filmmakers and women in leadership positions in the film industry.
Ahead of the festival's opening, NextMovie caught up with Cody to talk about the state of the Fempire, why more women should strive to make mediocre movies and which script she wishes she had written (hint: It was directed by Michael Bay).
The Athena Film Festival is coming up — why »
- Kase Wickman
4 items from 2013
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