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[This is a review for Once Upon a Time in Wonderland season 1, episode 5. It contains Spoilers.]
With Jarfar’s origin story firmly in place, Once Upon a Time in Wonderland turns its attention to Anastasia (a.k.a. The Red Queen), who was not as kind and innocent as we were led to believe. In this week’s episode, entitled ‘Heart of Stone,’ deals are made and hearts broken, in what could possibly be this series best episode.
Some have described Emma Rigby’s portrayal of the Red Queen as flat, boring, and forgettable; however, it’s worth arguing that her character is the most diverse on the show. Rigby ...
- David Griffin
Who's that man posing with the Beatles? He's the Hollywood producer who signed the Fab Four to star in A Hard Day's Night before they touched down in America for the first time. He's also the guy who launched the James Bond movie franchise by giving the green light to make Dr. No, then saved it by luring Sean Connery back for one more movie. He also discovered the likes of Steve Martin and Woody Allen on the stand-up circuit and started their movie careers. Many movers and shakers in the entertainment industry are hidden in the fine print and not seen in the spotlight, and now legendary producer David Picker is stepping out with a new memoir – Musts, Maybes, and Nevers: A Book About the Movies – and sharing some Hollywood tales with ETonline.
Pics: Hollywood's Hottest Movie Posters
"I've been a very lucky guy," says Picker. "I wound up in a situation where I was able »
Big Fish centers on Edward Bloom, a traveling salesman who lives life to its fullest… and then some! Edward's incredible, larger-than-life stories thrill everyone around him – most of all, his devoted wife Sandra. But their son Will, about to have a child of his own, is determined to find the truth behind his father’s epic tales. Big Fish is about dreaming, loving and living bigger. Starring two-time Tony Award® winner Norbert Leo Butz (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Catch Me If You Can) as Edward Bloom, Tony Award® nominee Kate Baldwin (Giant, Finian’s Rainbow) as Sandra Bloom, Tony Award® nominee Bobby Steggert (Giant, Ragtime) as Will Bloom, Krystal Joy Brown (Leap Of Faith) as Josephine Bloom, Anthony Pierini (Mary Poppins) and Zachary Unger (Chaplin) alternating as Young Will, Ryan Andes »
- Pietro Filipponi
While our conversation focused on the film, particularly the global appeal of the movie, we also found the time to discuss what legendary look for in a project, and a little bit about Godzilla.
On the appeal of Pacific Rim’s subject matter
It’s not the only movie we’re making, but that isn’t to say that it isn’t incredibly important to us. It’s obviously a bold undertaking, but where we’ve succeeded in the past, we’ve succeeded betting on distinctive talent, and Guillermo is one of a handful of filmmakers who justifies a bit of a leap of faith. And we’re trying to take something that may not be as widely known in terms of subject matter, »
- Ben Mortimer
Clone High Episode 5 ‘Sleep of Faith; La Rue d’Awakening’
Aired 11/24/2002 on MTV
You can’t really call the first four episodes of Clone High tame, but for me, the show begins to truly show its weirder shades to follow in later episodes of the series (like the rock opera episode, or the one about the evils of littering) in ‘Sleep of Faith’, splitting up most of its characters to simultaneously take on the high school tropes of Sat’s and taking drugs, all while doing little origin stories about Mr. Butlertron and Joan…. and of course, Ghandi’s adventure, easily the weirdest of them all.
It’s time for the Pxjt’s at Clone High, which means its time for the clones to cram the test preparation textbook into their brains (sound familiar?), because failure on the test obviously means failure in life. »
A&E hopes you'll check in to Bates Motel tonight.
Good news. I checked Yelp and no one has left a negative reivew.
The Hollywood Reporter has pictures from an upcoming Suburgatory episode where the guys create a "Dads of Chatswin" beefcake calendar. Congratulations, Suburgatory you've found a way to make the phrase "Jeremy Sisto naked and surrounded by sausage" unsexy.
I, too, have wondered what happens if Game of Thrones adapts all the novels before George R.R. Martin finishes writing the series. Producers have thought about it but, for now, the plan seems to be to buy more time (the third season will cover half of A Storm of Swords) and hope Martin finishes the last book by then.
Er, yeah. That's not at all creepy, History Channel.
Sadly, I remember most of the failed NBC Thursday night comedies Vulture lists. To me, The Naked Truth was one »
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