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Of the five networks, The CW has the fewest hours of primetime to fill but they're not finding it any easier to find hits. Most of their returning shows are way down year-to-year and some of their new series are struggling. Which will be cancelled or renewed? Stay tuned!
New CW shows (so far): The Originals, Reign, and The Tomorrow People.
How does The CW decide what to cancel or renew? They look at a lot of different factors but the ratings play an important role. The higher the ratings, the better chance a show has of surviving. Here's how the network's shows are doing so far: »
The songstress selected a slew of festive frocks for her 2013 Christmas special — but which look did you love? Vote.
Kelly Clarkson radiated in a variety of red looks on stage during her Christmas special, a Cautionary Christmas Music Tale, on NBC on Dec. 11, where the pregnant songstress wowed her fans with both her singing and her style.
Kelly Clarkson Christmas Special Dress — ‘Cautionary Christmas Music Tale’:
We thought she looked amazing on stage as she donned a romantic, red off-the-shoulder dress that reminded us of a modern day Belle from Beauty and the Beast — and that wasn’t the only red look she rocked on stage! She also showed off a lace dress and a beautiful gown that featured red florals and a sheer insert at the chest. Her only look that didn’t feature red was a floral, short-sleeved frock, which she sported while wearing her hair in a ponytail. »
- Katrina Mitzeliotis
Interview Simon Brew 12 Dec 2013 - 06:55
A weird start to an interview, this one. I was sat patiently outside the door of a posh London hotel, when a man wheeled a trolley of warm, nice-smelling food into the toilet. I've heard that these posh hotels cloud some bizarre behaviour, but canapes on the bidet was a new one on me.
We ran a non-spoilery interview with directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck on the film's release day in the UK. But the pair also granted us a bit of extra time to chat in more detail about the film. What follows, then, is the kind of interview that it's best not to read until you've seen the film. Right from question one, in fact. »
Released in the UK this past weekend, Frozen became the 53rd feature to join the ‘Animated Classics’ from Walt Disney Animation Studios, and its two lead characters, Elsa and Anna, are set to become the twelfth and thirteenth Official Disney Princesses, respectively.
The point I’m trying to make in that rather long-winded introduction is that new Disney films don’t arrive in a vacuum. There’s a certain expectation that comes with that ‘Animated Classics’ tag (which many have failed to live up to in the past), and there are also positive and negative connotations inevitably attached to anything that comes out of the House of Mouse – especially if that something happens to be a Disney Princess movie.
So it was a huge relief to see that Frozen seems to have been received warmly by critics and audiences alike, with many praising Disney’s treatment and depiction of its princess characters. »
- Joe Cunningham
Scott will play the role of Sam, an archaeologist who crosses path with Catherine and Vincent. According to EW.com, Sam has been living in isolation for several years -- possibly involuntarily. The experience has changed him, as you would expect.
Perhaps because of his past, Sam is described as a man with a short fuse "who can be charming on one hand and manic on the other."
Is he a beast? Whether Sam is or not, he definitely shares some characteristics with those who have mutated DNA.
First skyrocketing to prominence in 1996's "That Thing You Do!," Scott has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows over his career. Although most recently seen in "Southland," other TV roles have included "Gcb," "Sons of Anarchy," "Law & Order" and "ER. »
Will Once Upon a Time‘s Rumbelle reunion be a lasting one? Will Haven‘s finale raise a bit of Hell? How will things get “hairy” on New Girl? Coming soon: Beauty and the feast? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
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Did I miss something on Once Upon a Time? I though Charming couldn’t leave Neverland…. –Javiera
A few weeks back, Rumple revealed that once back in Storybrooke, he could fashion an elixir to ward off the fatal side effect of »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
It’s Brittany S. Pierce, bitch — and she’s back for Glee‘s 100th episode!
Executive producer Ryan Murphy took to Twitter Wednesday to announce that “All The Glee Originals” received invites to return for the Fox dramedy’s upcoming landmark installment, and Heather Morris — who exited the series in Season 4 — is among those who has RSVP’d yes.
Related | Glee 100th Episode — Fans Pick Songs for Landmark Episode
- Megan Masters
Below, you'll find a list of The CW's recent/current/upcoming primetime TV shows and their current status. To see a series' ratings and how many episodes have aired (if any), click the links in the middle column.
The series include The 100, 90210, America's Next Top Model, Arrow, Beauty and the Beast, Breaking Pointe, Capture, The Carrie Diaries, Cult, Emily Owens MD, Famous In 12, Gossip Girl, Hart Of Dixie, The La Complex, Nikita, Oh Sit!, The Originals, Perfect Score, Reign, Seed, Star-Crossed, Supernatural, The Tomorrow People, The Vampire Diaries, Whose Line Is It Anyway? »
EW has learned exclusively that Scott has landed a recurring role on the CW series, playing a character named Sam, a brilliant archaeologist with a short fuse who is described as someone “who can be charming on one hand and maniac on the other.”
Sam’s backstory will be revealed in his first appearance, set for episode 12 and airing in 2014, and continue to unravel as he crosses paths with Kat, Vincent and Co. But what we can share is that »
- Sandra Gonzalez
After months of artwork and stills, the first trailer for Christophe Gans' (Silent Hill, Brotherhood of the Wolf) new treatment of the classic tale Beauty and the Beast, La Belle et La Bete, has arrived. Check it out!
Starring Vincent Cassel (Black Swan, Irreversible) as The Beast and Léa Seydoux (Inglourious Basterds, Robin Hood, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol) as Beauty, this film promises to be a unique retelling that also keeps its roots in the classic tale.
According to Gans, this will be a darker look at the classic story. "Although I will keep to a form of storytelling of this timeless fairy tale that is in keeping with the same pace and characters as the original, I will surprise the audience by creating a completely new visual universe never experienced before and produce images of an unparalleled quality," Gans said. "Every single one of my movies has presented me with a challenge, »
- Uncle Creepy
Disney’s Frozen has broken records at the Us Box office becoming the biggest Thanksgiving opening of all-time and the largest opening ever for Walt Disney Animation Studios. Disney’s stunning animated comedy adventure achieved a spectacular $67.2 for the three-day weekend and $93.5 for the five-day weekend snowballing past the previous Thanksgiving debut record set by Tot Story 2 in 1999 ( $57.4M and $80.1M three-day/five-day records), and sledging ahead of Walt Disney Animation Studios previous biggest opener Tangled ($68.7 over 5 days).
The Walt Disney Studios has now reached the $4 billion mark at the global box office for the first time in its history.
’This is the best Walt Disney Animation Studios movie in a generation’ – Den of Geek
‘Guaranteed to melt the coldest heart’ – The »
- David Agnew
When it was announced that Brotherhood of the Wolf and Silent Hill director Christophe Gans would be directing a new version of Beauty and the Beast and that Léa Seydoux and Vincent Cassel were cast in the leads, I expected this would be a slightly twisted, very dark take on the story.
First images suggested that the movie would definitely be dark but also very lush and the first trailer, currently only available sans English subtitles, suggests that this could be far more mainstream than I could have anticipated with huge sets, extensive special effects and even a couple of cute and cuddly looking creatures. This isn't exactly the Beauty and the Beast I expected from Gans but then, the story itself is pretty creepy and I expect Gans will run with some [Continued ...] »
Okay, so the new trailer for the live-action drama Beauty and the Beast is entirely in French. But thankfully fluency in French isn't needed to enjoy this. After all, this is a tale as old as time. Just sit back and relish in the striking visuals Christophe Gans has put together for this dark and dangerous interpretation of the classic story. Okay. If the trailer from Allocine isn't enough for you, how about a plot synopsis courtesy of Coming Soon? 1720. After the wreck of his ships, a financially-ruined merchant exiles himself in the countryside with his six children. Among them is Beauty, his youngest daughter, a joyful girl full of grace. One day, during an arduous journey, the merchant stumbles across the magical domain of the Beast, who sentences him to death for stealing a rose. Feeling responsible for the terrible fate which has befallen her family, Beauty decides to »
While we wait for an announcement regarding Beauty and the Beast's domestic release, an international trailer has arrived for this upcoming adaptation. Vincent Cassel and Léa Seydoux star in director Christophe Gans' romance, set in the year 1720, which follows an exiled daughter who sacrifices herself to the Beast, in order to save her father's life. The film, co-starring André Dussollier and Eduardo Noriega, will be released February 12, 2014 in France.
Beauty and the Beast comes to theaters in 2014 and stars Vincent Cassel, Léa Seydoux, André Dussollier, Eduardo Noriega, Myriam Charleins, Sara Giraudeau, Audrey Lamy, Jonathan Demurger. The film is directed by Christophe Gans. »
Christophe Gans’ French take on “Beauty and the Beast” looks a lot like the Disney movie. Mind you, not that I would know. I’ve never seen the animated Disney version all the way through. I just remember the dancing and talking candles because that’s what you usually see in the trailers and commercials for the flick. Admittedly that’s a pretty limited perspective from which to make a comparison, but that’s not going to stop me from making future assumptions, so deal with it. Anyways. Take a look at the first trailer for Gans’ version of “Beauty and the Beast”, including a poster and some images. I think by now everyone knows the plot of “Beauty and the Beast”, right? She’s poor, he’s rich, but also ugly. They get together and she sees the good in him and they finally dance. Voila! The kind of »
Brotherhood Of The Wolf writer/director Christophe Gans is back behind the camera for the first time since his Hollywood debut with video game adaptation Silent Hill. Here he’s helming a lavish French-language version of the iconic fairytale Beauty And The Beast (or La Belle & La Bete) with the intense ‘Beast’ Vincent Cassel (Trance) leading alongside ‘Beauty’ Léa Seydoux (Blue Is The Warmest Colour).
The effect-heavy film is rumoured to have a huge budget of close to $50 million (which is astounding for French cinema) and is set for theatres in France from the 12th February 2014. No UK or Us dates as yet.
Check out this first trailer, which sadly doesn’t come with English subtitles. Still, you get the gist!
Source: The Film Stage
- Craig Hunter
There aren't any subtitles, but I think we all pretty much know the story of Beauty and the Beast at this point so figuring out what's going on shouldn't be too much of an issue. Of course, the tone of the piece is a different story, though I think that's quite clear as well. The only question is how seriously will we be able to take this telling of the story and how good will the performances be at convincing us. Starring Blue is the Warmest Color star Lea Seydoux as Belle and Vincent Cassel as the beast, this latest adaptation is directed by Christophe Gans and it's his first film since 2006's Silent Hill adaptation and he co-wrote it with first time screenwriter Sandra Vo-Anh. The film will open in France on February 12, 2014, but there isn't a domestic distributor as of yet and I'm not sure we should ever expect one. »
- Brad Brevet
The first trailer has arrived for Gans' "Beauty and the Beast" starring Lea Seydoux and Vincent Cassel. The French-language clip has no English subtitles at present, but definitely shows off the scale and big-budget production values.
Sadly though it also looks overly familiar and decidedly kid safe, right down to a ton of cute CG creatures for the littlies. The film opens in France on February 12th 2014.
- Garth Franklin
The trailer for Brotherhood of the Wolf and Silent Hill director Christophe Gans' next film, Beauty and the Beast , is now online and can be watched below! Starring Léa Seydoux and Vincent Cassel, the film is described as follows: 1720. After the wreck of his ships, a financially-ruined merchant exiles himself in the countryside with his six children. Among them is Beauty, his youngest daughter, a joyful girl full of grace. One day, during an arduous journey, the merchant stumbles across the magical domain of the Beast, who sentences him to death for stealing a rose. Feeling responsible for the terrible fate which has befallen her family, Beauty decides to sacrifice herself and take her father.s place. At the Beast.s castle, it is not death that awaits Beauty, but a »
Well, whatever expectations you might have had about Christophe Gans, the director behind "Brotherhood of the Wolf" and "Silent Hill," tackling "Beauty And The Beast," prepare to have them underwhelmed. Falling somewhere between family friendly and ordinarily fantastical, this very expensive looking new version lacks a bit of bite. The first trailer for the movie has arrived, and though it's in French, all the familiar story beats are here: old man stumbles upon castle, plucks a rose, angers the Beast, has to give up his daughter....been there, done that. And much of the rest also feels a bit ordinary as well, as lush and CGI enhanced as it is, with Lea Seydoux appropriately ravishing and Vincent Cassel equally fearsome. There's even cute, digital creatures. And all combined, it's certainly a bit different from what we were expecting. "Beauty and the Beast" opens in France on February 12, 2014. No domestic date yet, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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