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Ryan Phillippe is fondly remembered for his roles in '90s films like Cruel Intentions, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and 54 - all of which likely shaped your adolescence - but it's worth noting that the 40-year-old actor, father, and philanthropist is still insanely hot. He may actually be hotter than ever. Ryan recently returned to the small screen in the ABC drama Secrets & Lies, which premiered this week, and gave us lots of proof that he's just as sexy as he was two decades ago. He's still got the bad boy thing going, but now with a sweet "cool dad" vibe - and don't even get us started on how amazing he looks sans shirt. Your teenage crush Ryan Phillippe is still very, very attractive, and we've rounded up 20 recent photos that show all the different types of swag that he has. Keep reading to see them all now. »
There are loads of popular movie stars who got their start on the small screen, and also a handful of other celebrities who put their film careers on hold to add "TV star" to their resumés. Most recently, Ryan Phillippe - of Cruel Intentions and I Know What You Did Last Summer fame - gave his career a kick-start when he signed on to star in the upcoming ABC show Secrets & Lies, and he's in good company: keep reading to see seven other stars that have famously headed to the small screen, with impressive results. »
Jennifer Love Hewitt's looks have stuck since "Last Summer." Here's an 18-year-old version of the "I Know What You Did Last Summer" star at an awards event in Hollywood back in 1997 (left) and nearly 18 years later ... the "Criminal Minds" actress -- who is celebrating her 36th birthday this weekend -- in Los Angeles last year (right). She puts the Hot in Cleveland. The question is ... Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Supernatural delves into the risky area of fantasy tech crossover in this week's stylish episode...
This review contains spoilers.
10.13 Halt & Catch Fire
First of all, I do apologise for missing last week’s review; unfortunately some personal stuff cropped up and I had to forgo the opportunity of writing about how much I loved the previous episode About A Boy in any great detail. I will say a few words on it though as it was a huge amount of fun. Grown-up/tween Dean was hilarity incarnate and Dylan Everett’s performance was a great balance of mimicking Jensen Ackles and exploring what a teenage, hormonal Dean would be like. Also, kudos to Lesley Nicol, otherwise known as Downton Abbey’s Mrs Patmore, for her brief role as a vicious Gretel. It’s good to see other cast members are continuing the Downton Stabby tradition following Dan Stevens’ mad-eyed turn in The Guest. »
I try to keep it off of my social networking feeds as much as possible, but I am one of those angsty people that absolutely hates Valentine’s Day. Hell, I’ve had a significant other for just about every Valentine’s Day since I was 14, and I still hate it. I’ll spare you all the feminist soap box, but know that I welcome Valentine’s Day the way most people welcome cancer. And I’ve had cancer, so that’s saying something.
I am, however, completely ride or die for Valentine’s Day horror films. Most of my horror comrades will spend sometime this week waxing poetic about My Bloody Valentine (or the surprisingly not disappointing My Bloody Valentine 3-D), and some of the more worldly of the bunch might mention something like Lover’S Lane or Horror Hospital, but I’m going to stick my neck out »
- BJ Colangelo
In the middle of every season, Supernatural gives viewers a filler episode or two because doing 22 or 23 episodes per year is hard. This week's ghost story is an homage to I Know What You Did Last Summer. And by homage, I mean a complete rip-off. I'm just sad the title of this episode is "Halt and Catch Fire" instead of the more obvious "iPhone Knows What You Did Last Summer." »
Featuring narration from The Craft's Fairuza Balk (and with clips of Robin Tunney, Devon Sawa and co), it made us feel a sudden pang of nostalgia and sent us on our own trip down memory lane to find out where they - and the rest of the '90s teen movie crew - are now.
So, here are 11 stars from some of our favourite '90s teen movies, and what they've gone on to do since:
He went on to play teenage prophet of doom Alex Browning in Final Destination (2000), and appeared as similarly unstable Stan in Eminem's controversial music »
A densely-packed dive into the world of teen movies from '90s to present, documentary Beyond Clueless will hit all the right notes for those with an affinity for Cher Horowitz, Cady Heron and their spiritual brothers and sisters.
The Kickstarter-backed project, directed by Ultra Culture founder Charlie Lyne, ditches the conventional talking heads approach to get under the skin of the genre and examine how they relate to the adolescent audiences who hoover them up.
Narrating it all is Fairuza Balk, star of '90s favourite The Craft, lending her husky tones to guide us through a maze of high school, raging hormones and rites of passage tales. Footage from north of 200 films are included, with Lyne spreading into subgenres like horror (Idle Hands, »
What do you get when you combine "I Know What You Did Last Summer" with the "Noah" short film? You get a low-budget horror movie called "Unfriended," which is produced by Timur Bekmambetov and Jason Blum. And now, we have a new trailer for it. Check it out below. Plot: Presented on a computer screen and seen through the lenses of camera phones and webcams, "Unfriended" centers on a group of friends who are taken down one-by-one by an unseen and unknown figure who's seeking vengeance for a shaming video that led a vicious bully to kill herself a year earlier. "Unfriended" is set to hit theaters on April 17th. Trailer: »
Maps To TV Shows: Is there a popular show you’d really like to watch but you just don’t have time to wade through years of it all at once? Do you just want to know why that one character keeps turning up on Tumblr? Do the fans all tell you ‘season one is a bit iffy but stick with it, it gets great!’, leaving you with absolutely zero desire ever to watch the boring/silly/just plain weird season one? Then Maps To TV Shows is for you!
In these articles, we’ll outline routes through popular TV shows focusing on particular characters, story arcs or episode types. Are you really into the Klingon episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation? Do you want to »
In the 1997 cinematic masterpiece “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” a group of teens accidentally kill a stranger only to fall one by one through an elaborate revenge-inspired plot. In 2009’s “Sorority Row,” a prank between sorority sisters goes horribly wrong and a girl gets killed. Once again, the perpetrators are brought to cold merciless justice by someone seeking revenge. Now, a low-budget film – to be released by Universal – has taken that core idea of young people getting their comeuppance and brought it into the social media age. Presented on a computer screen and seen through the lenses of camera phones and webcams, “Unfriended” centers on a group of friends who are taken down one-by-one by an unseen and unknown figure who’s seeking vengeance for a shaming video that led a vicious bully to kill herself a year earlier. Produced by genre vets Timur Bekmambetov and Jason Blum, »
- Cain Rodriguez
Sarah Michelle Gellar is beautiful, a very talented and often underrated actress, and a warm and charitable person with a happy family life. Essentially, she has it all – and deservedly so.
Having previously appeared in commercials when she was a small child, she made her full acting debut in the made-for-television drama film An Invasion of Privacy in 1983. Then she had several small roles in a number of television shows and movies before truly coming to prominence as Kendall Hart in the long-running All My Children in 1993.
After that, she appeared in movies like Scream 2 and I Know What You Did Last Summer, at the same time rising to superstardom as the titular Buffy Summers in Joss Whedon’s brilliant Buffy the Vampire Slayer – a role she played from 1997 to 2003, with the character also crossing over to spin-off show Angel on occasions.
She has barely been out of the limelight since, »
- K.J. Stewart
12 items from 2015
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