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This is the Mousterpiece Cinema schedule for the rest of 2013:
June 1st, 2013: Pinocchio (1940)
June 8th, 2013: James and the Giant Peach (1996)
June 15th, 2013: Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living Color
June 22nd, 2013: Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
June 29th, 2013: Monsters University (2013)
July 6th, 2013: Meet the Robinsons (2007)
July 13th, 2013: The Lone Ranger (2013)
July 20th, 2013: Pixar Shorts Collection, Volume 1 (2007)
July 27th, 2013: The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
August 3rd, 2013: The Straight Story (1999)
August 10th, 2013: Song of the South (1946)
August 17th, 2013: Planes (2013)
August 24th, 2013: Oliver & Company (1988)
August 31st, 2013: My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
September 7th, 2013: The Muppet Movie (1979)
September 14th, 2013: The Three Musketeers (1993)
September 21st, 2013: Peter Pan (1951)
September 28th, 2013: Ghosts of the Abyss (2003)
October 5th, 2013: The Sixth Sense (1999)
October 12th, 2013: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
October 19th, 2013: Hocus Pocus (1993)
October 26th, 2013: Up (2009)
November 2nd, »
- Josh Spiegel
While it should come as no surprise, AMC officially announced today that Talking Dead will return for a third season. Hosted by Chris Hardwick, the series made some changes during the second season, including expanding the show to a one-hour format.
It hasn’t been confirmed what changes will be seen in the third season of Talking Dead, but we’ll have more details later this year. Based on the success of the show, we expect that the one-hour format will continue and that the show will follow the first airing of The Walking Dead.
*Note: We saw a few comments from confused readers, and wanted to confirm that Talking Dead didn’t start until The Walking Dead Season 2 aired. That is why Talking Dead is returning for a third season, while The Walking Dead will be on its fourth.
The cast & crew of The Walking Dead will return to »
- Jonathan James
Directed by Brian Helgeland.
The life story of Jackie Robinson and his history-making signing with the Brooklyn Dodgers under the guidance of team executive Branch Rickey.
Every year we get at least one or two inspirational sports films about a team or a player that has to overcome some kind of obstacle in order to succeed. A lot of these particular films deal with race as the obstacle our protagonist must overcome. Sometimes it works great, like in Remember the Titans, and other times it doesn't work quite so well, like in Glory Road. 42 is able to stand out among these kinds of sports films. It ends up being inspirational and a fitting tribute to Jackie Robinson.
The film shows us the life of baseball great Jackie Robinson, »
- Flickering Myth
Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 6, Episode 3 of AMC's "Mad Men," titled "The Collaborators."
"Mad Men" specializes in surprising, nostalgic guest-casting. After "Freaks & Geeks" alum Linda Cardellini stole the show in the AMC drama's Season 6 premiere, another early 2000s favorite had a guest appearance in the show's third episode: Kip Pardue, who is fondly remembered as Ronnie "Sunshine" Bass, the long-haired, left-handed California quarterback in Denzel Washington's high-school football film "Remember The Titans."
Pardue's "Mad Men" guest spot had him playing a hot shot Heinz ketchup executive, who stopped by Sterling Cooper in a blue suit for an unofficial visit. While Don (Jon Hamm) and Ken Cosgrove (Aaron Staton) were excited to vie for his business, Heinz beans executive Raymond Geiger (John Sloman) made it clear that the visit was just for show. Still, word got back to Peggy that Heinz was potentially up for his grabs, »
- The Huffington Post
This is a slow week for DVDs. Seriously, it is. When one of the biggest releases is the incestuously Presidential Hyde Park on Hudson (and who wants to watch that clunker, drunk or not), there’s not many options. Even the big movies opening this week are thin. Who wants to drink with Remember the Titans or Glory Road to get in the spirit for 42? Finally, I wouldn’t saddle anyone with another reason to watch one of the Scary Movie movies. In my desperation to find a relevant title for a drinking game this week, it dawned on me that we have never published one for the deliciously awful Troll 2. So, relevant or not, that became my focus because we could all use a little more Troll 2 in our lives, any day of the year. Cheers! And now, to cover our butts… This game is only for people over the age of 21. Please drink »
- Kevin Carr
Hayden Panettiere may have (probably did) get a boob job, and everyone seems to be in a frenzy about it this past week. The 23-year-old Nashville star got photographed in a bikini on Easter Sunday showing off some much bigger assets, and everyone is now comparing the girls to her past ones.
Panettiere has yet to comment, but that's what we kind of love about her.
In other news, Panettiere may be engaged to her boyfriend Wladimir Klitschko And as always, is constantly starting trouble as Juliette Barnes on the ABC series. Clearly, these are bigger stories to be paying attention to.
Anywho, off to watch Remember the Titans for the millionth time.
What do you think? Did Hayden get a boob job? Comment below.
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- Stephanie Webber
This, the Ryan Gosling edition of Posterized, has the cleanest trajectory of any I've done. It's like Young Hercules never put a foot wrong once he left minor teen success on tv for the movies at 20. It's just one steady climb up to superstardom: the showy debuts, the solidifying his rep years, the Oscar nominated and populist breakthroughs and then on to superstardom in 2011.
Hey girl, how many have you seen?
The Believer (2001, Spirit Nom)
Who Was That?
15 More Films & The Gosling Ascendance after the jump »
- NATHANIEL R
Review Caroline Preece 28 Mar 2013 - 17:08
Supernatural's latest standalone episode is a marked improvement on the last. Here's Caroline's review of Freaks and Geeks...
This review contains spoilers.
8.18 Freaks and Geeks
We’re on to another filler episode of Supernatural but, huge surprise, this one isn’t completely terrible! That used to be a given but, over the last couple of years, episodes that don’t contribute directly to the overarching mission are usually big snoozers. Here, though, we get a group of guest stars who actually allow Sam and Dean to examine their own time spent in the ‘family business’, as they come across a gang of teenage vampire slayers that includes last season’s Krissy Chambers.
Remember her? Well she was the young girl from Adventures in Babysitting, whose dad swore off hunting at the end of the episode. Of course, no one gets a happy ending on Supernatural, »
I’m not really sure how else to introduce Ryan Gosling besides saying the name Ryan Gosling. Known for his pretty-boy looks, phenomenal acting talents, and all around “Savior of the Universe” personality, Gosling has become one of the biggest names in Hollywood right now – for good reasons. Whether you’re watching one of his comedic roles like Crazy, Stupid, Love, an independent film like Blue Valentine, or one of his childhood efforts like Remember The Titans, Gosling always commands the screen and always delivers.
Recently, Ryan was able to break away from his hectic life of breaking up fights, saving people from traffic, and giving people movie roles so he could spare a few minutes for a round-table interview session at the press day for his upcoming film The Place Beyond The Pines. Luckily, I was one of the few who were allowed to sit with Ryan and talk »
- Matt Donato
Beware: Minor Spoilers Ahead!
In tonight’s episode, called “Goodbye Stranger,” Sam and Dean team up with Castiel and Meg (yes, she’s back too!) in the next phase of their quest to keep the all-important angel tablet out of enemy hands, namely Crowley (yep, him too!) and his demons.
Collins took some time to chat with EW about what fans can expect from the episode that EW’s »
- Emily Rome
The Walking Dead‘s third season hasn’t finished airing, but the bulk of filming was completed last year and the focus is now on development of the fourth season. With Scott M. Gimple taking over as showrunner of series, it’s being reported that a few new writers are joining the team.
According to THR, Curtis Gwinn (Death Valley), Channing Powell (White Collar), and Matt Negrete (White Collar) will be working in the writers’ room along with Scott M. Gimple, Robert Kirkman, and a number of other writers who contributed to the past seasons.
As for what we can expect from the upcoming season, we’ll have more details after the season 3 finale airs. Until then, here are some quotes from a recent Comic Book Resources interview at PaleyFest:
Robert Kirkman: “We’ve always been sort of moving in and out of the comic book, and I think »
- Jonathan James
Director David Riker's The Girl played the Tribeca Film Festival last year and is now coming to theaters. In it, Abbie Cornish plays a struggling single mother who stumbles into the practice of smuggling Mexicans across the border into the U.S. She's introduced to this underbelly by her father, a shifty character played by Will Patton, who has played his fair share of shifty characters, though just as often some good, if unassuming, ones. In order to give you a bit of an assist on why Patton's face looks super familiar, here's a quick primer. You've Most Likely Seen Him In ... ... a major studio blockbuster as either the second-in-command to or antagonist of the big star. Most prominently, this has been on display in the 1998 asteroid romance Armageddon, where Patton played Bruce Willis's trusty lieutenant; and as the antagonist football coach to Denzel Washington in Remember the Titans. »
Now, with a few weeks off before The CW drama returns with a new episode on March 20, TV Fanatic staffers Carissa Pavlica and Sean McKenna - along with joined by Alice Jester from The Winchester Family Business - breakdown the installment, picking out their favorite scenes and more in this edition of the Supernatural Round Table...
What was your favorite scene or quote from the episode?
Carissa: Pretty much everything out of Dean's mouth was golden this week. I can't remember anything specific but I just kept smiling and thinking "that would be great to bring up!" Dementia then set in and I lost it all. I do recall particularly enjoying the looks on his face as he realized just how much Sam has been learning in their new lair. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (TV Fanatic Staff)
Review Caroline Preece 1 Mar 2013 - 13:31
Supernatural delivers another frustrating, yet entertaining, standalone episode. Here's Caroline's review of Remember The Titans...
This review contains spoilers.
8.16 Remember the Titans
Supernatural has dealt with a lot of different mythologies from a lot of different cultures, but this week it’s the turn of the Ancient Greeks, with Prometheus turning up in modern day America with no memory of his past as an ancient god with a curse to match. You can see why this has been relegated to a single episode as opposed to the multiple season arc that was offered to Christian gods and angels since, while it’s a relatively entertaining episode, there really isn’t anything groundbreaking here.
First of all, it’s nice to see Sam and Dean hanging out in the Batcave, even for a little while, since it’s a reminder that the show did actually improve for a while there. »
This week’s Supernatural, “Remember the Titans”, taps into Greek Mythology for an entertaining tale about Prometheus, his deadly curse, and the god who put it on him, Zeus. But after so many Men of Letters stories, are Sam and Dean ready for the return of Castiel and God’s trials?
After Sam and Dean begin investigating an apparent zombie sighting nearby, the Winchesters are surprised when they find out that the undead person is actually Prometheus, the Greek Titan who Zeus cursed with having to experience death each day. But when a mysterious woman shows up at Sam and Dean’s with a little boy and stories of once loving Prometheus, everyone comes together to figure out a way to get Zeus to remove Prometheus’ curse, which has now infected his son.
It should be no surprises to fans that ...
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- Anthony Ocasio
Hey, Supernatural fans, your Winchester Wednesday report will be brought to you by yours truly this week while your fearless leader Sandra Gonzalez is in the midst of making the big move to the City of Angels (kind of appropriate, don’t you think?).
This week’s episode, “Remember the Titans,” isn’t about football but of course, this being Supernatural, is about the actual Titans. Or one in particular, Prometheus. While Sam and Dean wait to hear back from Kevin about the next translation of the demon tablet, they take on a case of what appears to be a zombie (“boys, »
- Emily Rome
Supernatural Episode 816
Written By: Daniel Loflin
Directed By: Steve Boyum
Original Airdate: 27 February 2013
In This Episode...
Sam and Dean are still waiting to hear from Kevin. It has been three weeks and Dean is getting restless. Sam finds them a case: a guy gets killed in a hit-and-run. When the sheriff finds the body in the morning, he is as dead as can be. The officer radios for backup, turns around, and discovers that his victim had healed and walked away. Sam and Dean go investigate. While there, a coroner’s report comes in. The same John Doe turned up a couple states over, this time having been mauled by a bear. The boys go check it out. Yup, it’s the same guy and yup, he’s very dead. The boys discuss the situation, and the guy heals himself, sits up, and walks out. Dean catches »
- Alyse Wax
While it’s true that we still have five more episodes of Season 3 of The Walking Dead to go, the gears of production are beginning to grind for Season 4. AMC is reporting that production begins on May 6 in Atlanta, just over two months from now. They’ve also announced a few promotions within the ranks.
As we told you in December, showrunner Glen Mazzara will not be returning for the next season, but as we told you in January, that position has been filled by writer and supervising producer Scott Gimple. AMC is now confirming that news, along with announcing the news that special effects god Greg Nicotero is rightfully being bumped up from producer to executive producer in the new season.
Here are all the details, including some interesting credits for the very accomplished Mr. Gimple:
- Erin Willard
You'd think someone would have said "Release the Kraken" on Supernatural this week, right?
Sam and Dean were back on the hunt for the strange and weird, leading them to a potential zombie case that turned out to be a little more divine than dead. Rather, "Remember the Titans" spun a classic Greek myth with a Supernatural twist.
As legend had it, Prometheus was the Titan who stole fire for humans, allowing them to advance and become civilized. Zeus got pissed and punished him to eternal torment, causing him to die over and over again... except Zeus lost him and Sam and Dean found him.
And yet, over time Prometheus gained Jason Bourne fighting skills complete with amnesia, along with a seven-year old son suffering the same death curse. Not exactly the best traits to pass on.
What better way to reverse the curse than summon Zeus himself?
While Liam Neeson didn't grace the screen, »
- email@example.com (Sean McKenna)
Sam and Dean run into a possible zombie case in the latest episode of Supernatural. If you’re looking for a sneak peek before tonight’s episode airs, we have a photo gallery and videos from “Remember the Titans.”
Supernatural Episode 8.16: Remember the Titans– “”Gods Vs. Zombies — Sam and Dean are stumped when they investigate a possible zombie case where an amnesiac man (guest star John Reardon) dies and then revives himself once a day. After the guy is attacked by the goddess Artemis (guest star Anna Von Hooft), Sam and Dean realize he’s not a zombie but instead a god, more specifically, Prometheus. Steve Boyum directed the episode written by Daniel Loflin.”
“February 11, 2013 (Burbank, California) – The CW Network has given early pickups to three of its hit series for next season, »
- Jonathan James
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