5 items from 2014
The waiting game continues for Mila Kunis, who is due to give birth to her first child with fiancé Ashton Kutcher any day now. "Mila just wants the baby to come out already!" a source told People. Kunis, 31, has been biding her time by attending prenatal yoga classes, going for walks and spending quality couple time with Kutcher. "Mila hasn't slowed down at all," says an insider. "She seems to have a lot of energy." On Wednesday, the mom-to-be stopped by a Los Angeles Target for some last-minute shopping. She also tucked into a meal at Pot restaurant in Koreatown. »
- K.C. Baker, @kcbaker77777
Girls‘ latest guest casting is sure to take the HBO comedy in an unexpected direction.
Actor/writer/director/producer Spike Jonze will appear in a Season 4 episode, TVLine has learned exclusively, playing a character named Marcos.
In addition to his extensive film work, both on and off-camera, Jonze’s TV credits include a recurring role on IFC’s The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret.
As Game of Thrones‘ feisty swordstress Arya Stark, Maisie Williams isn’t typically seen as a damsel in distress — nor should she be — but following the stateside release of her new movie Heatstroke, that’s all about to change.
In Heatstroke — originally released in the UK in 2013, but now available in the U.S. on iTunes and VOD — Williams plays Josie, the daughter of Stephen Dorff’s Paul, who finds herself in desperate need of saving after a family trip to Africa goes horribly, »
Since this week’s episode of The Leftovers was titled “Gladys,” and since nothing even remotely pleasant ever happens on this show (at least not unless Garvey and Nora happen to cross paths), you can probably guess that it doesn’t go well for the title character.
But what you probably can’t guess is that, over the course of the hour, not one but two members of the Guilty Remnant break their vow of silence, and what transpires on screen takes away our ability to utter anything but gasps. (It’s that horrific.) Scared? You should be. But let’s recap this sucker, »
In the last eight incarnations, the event has averaged 1.07 million worldwide buys (667k domestic buys) on Pay-Per-View. In a normal year, that would equate to well over $21 million in domestic PPV revenue for WWE (and using estimates from the Q4 conference call, an additional $7.5M for the Satellite companies and $14M for the North American Cable providers). Plus, there’s international PPV revenue. However, this isn’t a normal year.
By launching the WWE Network in the United States, WWE has changed how they’re playing the game. After some initial chaos surrounding Elimination Chamber, it looks like WWE has convinced all major MVPDs to carry Wrestlemania 30 including Dish Network. While many providers have grumbled loudly about WWE Network’s $10/month price (though a six-month commitment is required) vastly undercutting their $60 (Sd) to $70 (HD) one PPV price, »
- Chris Harrington
5 items from 2014
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