6 items from 2015
Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Big Bang Theory" episode 3 of season 9. The episode is entitled, "The Bachelor Party Corrosion," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty fun times go down as Leonard gets taken to Mexico to be given a huge bachelor party, and more! In the new, 3rd episode press release: The Boys Surprise Leonard By Taking Him To Mexico For A Belated Bachelor Party, On "The Big Bang Theory," Monday, Oct. 5. Press release number 2: The guys' science skills will get put to the test when they get a flat tire during Leonard's bachelor party weekend in Mexico. Also, the girls will force Penny to finally tell her family that she eloped with Leonard. Keith Carradine returns as Penny's Father, Wyatt. The episode was written by Dave Goetsch, Jim Reynolds and Jeremy Howe. The episode's teleplay is by Steven Molaro, »
Josh Zuckerman tells TVLine that he’s completely dropped cucumbers from his diet, and if you tuned into Monday’s premiere of the new CW comedy Significant Mother, there’s a good chance you’re also planning to knock the vegetable off your personal food pyramid.
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After all, it’s that very same vegetable Zuckerman’s Nate finds in his couch, shortly after returning home and discovering that his mom (The La Complex‘s Krista Allen) and best friend/roommate (The Originals‘ Nathaniel Buzolic) have been getting physical in his absence. »
Grace and Frankie, Season 1
Premiered May 8th, 2015 on Netflix
On the surface, Grace and Frankie sounds almost too good to be true. The title characters (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, respectively) are two septuagenarians whose husbands, Robert and Sol (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) announce that they are leaving the women for each other. The strengths and legacies of the actors, the contrast in personalities, and the core hook of the show sound as if they’re tailor-made to deliver Netflix’s next binge-worthy addiction.
It’s a shame, then, that Grace and Frankie squanders its potential with writing that’s flat, unoriginal, and downright uninspired. There’s a plethora of problems with the writing throughout the season, but most notable among them is that creators Marta Kauffman (co-creator of Friends) and Howard J. Morris can’t seem to decide what kind »
- Max Bledstein
In a video that will make your whole day if not your whole week, legendary actor Tom Hanks appeared on The Late, Late Show with British un-funny man James Corden where the pair re-enact a large portion of Mr. Hank’s film roles including Forrest Gump, Big, Bachelor Party, The Money Pit, The ‘Burbs, Turner & Hooch, Road to Perdition, Joe vs. The Volcano, Sleepless in Seattle, Saving Private Ryan, Captain Phillips, The Terminal, A League of Their Own, You’ve Got Mail, That Thing You Do, The Polar Express, Catch me if you Can, Cloud Atlas, The Green Mile, Larry Crowne, Castaway, Philadelphia, The Da Vinci Code, Saving Mr. Banks, Splash, Apollo 13 and the Toy Story trilogy.
Check out the video below:
Pretty cool, eh?
- Luke Owen
We've had Christmas. We've had Halloween. Now it's the turn of the Thanksgiving special episode to take a seat in Buffy The Vampire Slayer. Pangs is the story in question – fans of both this series and Angel had a teaser of sorts in the concluding moments of the previous Angel episode, The Bachelor Party. Angel's friend, Doyle had one of those mind-cracking visions which paved the way for Buffy to make her first cameo appearance in the spin-off show. So what better opportunity to bring Angel temporarily back to Sunnydale?
"The mantra of “Want. Take. Have” doesn't belong in this season of Buffy, and Pangs explores this wistful notion in greater detail."
It's a common theme of this episode in that the characters are experiencing pangs for things or people that are far out of their reach. Buffy wants a nice normal family Thanksgiving, but can't have the real »
There's surely no better place than an IMAX screen to watch a story about a 700-foot-high wall.
But the announcement this week that the two most recent "Game of Thrones" episodes (the epic ice battle episode "The Watchers on the Wall" and the shocking Season 4 finale "The Children") and a Season 5 trailer are coming to IMAX screens on Jan. 23 brings to mind another wall under assault -- the increasingly academic wall between movies and TV.
Granted, it makes sense for HBO to give theatergoers a healthy helping of its popular swords-and-skin fantasy series. After all, as large as George R.R. Martin's saga looms in pop culture chatter, there's still a majority of Americans who don't subscribe to the premium cable channel and haven't seen the show. The IMAX event is a good way to mobilize both newbies and longtime fans and to get both groups primed for this spring's new season. »
- Gary Susman
6 items from 2015
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