13 items from 2016
Has U.S Attorney Anita Gibbs met her match in a certain feisty redhead?
RelatedSuits Boss on Who Sold Out Mike, What’s Next for Harvey and Donna
This Wednesday on Suits (USA Network, 10/9c), the woman who is dead-set on making someone pay for Mike Ross’ years-long fraud sits across the table from Pearson Specter Litt’s secret weapon. Donna of course is not to be trifled with and wields some weighty words.
Cancelled too soon -- fans still mourn Joss Whedon's Firefly and Angel TV series. Actress Gina Torres who starred in Firefly, its sequel film, Serenity, and in the fourth of Angel's five seasons, still holds a special place in her heart for both shows.
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Warning: The following contains spoilers from Wednesday’s premiere of Suits
PhotosWinter TV Preview! Your Scoop-Filled Guide to 20+ Returning Favorites, Including Suits
A quick recap of the premiere: While Anita went about building her case, Mike and Harvey were on their own quest to find out who turned Mr. Ross in to the authorities. (“Not I!” claimed Trevor and Scottie.) Elsewhere, ignoring Jessica and Louis’ warnings to stay far away from the situation, »
Marvel's Most Wanted has added a familiar face from the comics to its cast with Delroy Lindo (Malcolm X, Get Shorty, The Chicago Code), who will take on the role of Dominic Fortune. Dominic Fortune first appeared in 1975's Marvel Preview #2, in a story written and drawn by comics legend Howard Chaykin. A rogue and adventurer in the 1930s, Fortune craved wealth and excitement with his globe-trotting odysseys. Here's what Executive Producer/Head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb had to say in a statement.
"Dominic Fortune carries with him a cunning and charm but also a dangerous edge that only Delroy could bring to life. We're thrilled to have him join the show."
Delroy Lindo's first major role as Herald Loomis in August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone earned him a Tony Award nomination, leading to his breakout screen performance in Malcolm X. Since then, Lindo has »
Vigoda’s 60-plus years in television and movies netted him several memorable character roles, including that of Miller‘s world-weary senior detective (a role he reprised in a short-lived spinoff titled Fish).
His last TV gig was voicing a character in »
We’re back to dissect another remake and this time we’re taking a bite out of a vampire movie. The original version was a classic but the remake does not quite measure up. This week, Cinelinx looks at Fright Night (2011).
When the remake of the classic vampire film Fright Night (1985) came out in 2011, the initial reaction was very positive because it was such a relief to have truly evil vampires back. After the brooding and sparking vampires of Twilight started a trend of angst-ridden or lovelorn or depressed vampires, fans were thrilled that the blood-sucking antagonist of director Craig Gillespie's new Fright Night remake and his fellow vamps were hard-core predators with no reservations about chowing down on their next-door neighbor. The Fright Night creatures-of-the-night were more Dracula than Edward. It was good to have the badness back. However, upon reflection, the 2011 version doesn’t hold up that well. »
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Racing into cinemas next powered by attitude, f-bombs, and a good dose of violence, "Deadpool" is hoping to be the antidote to basically everything you're going to see on CW tonight. Aiming to deliver the unexpected at every turn, the soundtrack to the comic book movie is no different. Read More: Graphic Violence Will Keep 'Deadpool' Out Of Chinese Cinemas Junkie Xl ("Mad Max: Fury Road") has scored the movie, but it's the song choices that stand out. Yep, you'll hear Dmx's "X Gon’ Give It To Ya" which has been in every piece of marketing so far, along with tracks from Salt-n-Pepa, Neil Sedaka, and uh, Wham! And listed as the last, it suggests that "Careless Whisper" will be the last song of the movie. Interesting.... "Deadpool" will be released digitally the same day as the movie on February 12th, with physical copies arriving on March 4th. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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Sandwiched between Newcastle and Sunderland, South Shields is all too often dismissed as ‘that town by the sea with the Roman fort and all the curry houses’. And while those are indeed two of our main attractions, there’s a lot more to South Shields than just our rich history and delicious food (not so humble brag intended).
We may not have anything as iconically North Eastern as the Tyne Bridge or Angel of the North, but us Sanddancers have our own local customs and traditions, mostly focused around drinking, that make our little coastal town distinct from its Geordie and Mackem neighbours.
From the good (Minchella’s) and the bad (seagulls) to the downright weird (so many things), we’re a worthy detour on the Metro when it’s actually working. Here’s what makes us and our seaside haven so unique…
20. The Constant »
- Helen Jones
As with my list of new series premiering over the same period, this is a highly subjective and not at all comprehensive rundown of what’s coming up for TV and “TV” (eg Netflix) over the next few months. That means no Fear The Walking Dead, no House of Cards, no Togetherness, no Agents of Shield, etc., because for one reason or another, they’re just not my bag.
Oh, and midseason premieres don’t count.
One of 2015’s undersung pleasures, the Sutton Foster vehicle overcame a theoretically heinous premise (40-year-old divorcee pretends to be 26 to work as an intern at a publishing house, complete with work bestie Hilary Duff) with ample servings of wit, charm, and some surprising literary humor (a recurring character seems to be a walking reference to Karl Ove Knausgård). The second season has stumbled out of the gate a little »
- Simon Howell
There has been a long-standing misconception among those who are, regrettably, not interested in reading up on academia in the porn world (which is pretty much everyone). That porn stars are nothing but dim-witted, big chested girls that are duped into having sex on camera for the benefit of men worldwide – put simply, this isn’t the case. Firstly, you don’t need a big chest to make it in porn – variety is the spice of life, after all – and secondly, porn nowadays is not for the sole enjoyment of men.
With more and more performers deciding to move behind the camera to direct, the female perspective has never been as catered to as it is in the pornography of today. In fact, there are a handful of girls currently active in the industry who write and produce their own films, sometimes choosing to star in them as well. »
- Phil Archbold
The Martian writer Drew Goddard will direct the opening episode of Good Place, NBC's 13-episode straight-to-series comedy series from Parks & Recreation and Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-creator Mike Schur. Helming the project, starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson, marks Goddard TV directing debut. It also marks a return to television for Goddard who started his career as a TV writer, working on such shows as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Alias and Lost before taking the leap… »
You may have noticed posters for the R-rated, stop-motion animated comedy Hell and Back throughout the summer and fall seasons in anticipation of its October release only to find it didn’t come to a theater near you. It was released and took in about $150,000 on the few screens it graced to the chagrin of a ton of hopeful Nick Swardson fans complaining on the movie’s Facebook page about their inability to watch. So this week brings with it a belated VOD Christmas gift for many. To all those who believe themselves one of these brave souls chomping at the bit, please look deep inside yourself and really ask whether Swardson is your God because his being merely a passing chuckle won’t be enough to save you.
- Jared Mobarak
How would you program this year's newest, most interesting films into double features with movies of the past you saw in 2015?Looking back over the year at what films moved and impressed us, it is clear that watching old films is a crucial part of making new films meaningful. Thus, the annual tradition of our end of year poll, which calls upon our writers to pick both a new and an old film: they were challenged to choose a new film they saw in 2015—in theatres or at a festival—and creatively pair it with an old film they also saw in 2015 to create a unique double feature.All the contributors were given the option to write some text explaining their 2015 fantasy double feature. What's more, each writer was given the option to list more pairings, with or without explanation, as further imaginative film programming we'd be lucky to catch »
13 items from 2016
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