9 items from 2017
Need to catch up? Check out the previous Game of Thrones recap here.
Three outta four ain’t bad?
Before this season of Game of Thrones began, I predicted that the remaining Stark children would never be in the same place at the same time ever again. Because that would be too happy of a moment for a family plagued by heartache and supremely bad timing.
And while that still isn’t the case in this week’s episode, we do get Arya, Sansa and Bran together at Winterfell, a reunion that is as hard to watch (given how much »
The arrival of the fall TV season is still weeks away, but this year’s summer fare continues to adequately tide us over. To wit: The latest, jam-packed installment of our Quotes of the Week.
Highlights include a years-in-the-making meet-up on Game of Thrones, an awkward romantic pursuit on Claws, The Bachelorette‘s tense discussion of racism, and a healthy dose of skepticism courtesy of Preacher.
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NBC’s coverage of the NFL’s Hall of Fame Game between the Cardinals and Cowboys on Thursday drew 7.8 million total viewers and a 2.3 demo rating, easily topping the night in both measures.
RelatedFall TV 2017: Your Handy Calendar of 100+ Season and Series Premiere Dates
Opposite the sports….
CBS | Big Brother (6.3 mil/1.9) was steady week-to-week, as was Zoo (2.7 mil/0.5).
ABC | Boy Band (2.4 mil/0.5), Battle of the Network Stars (2.5 mil/0.6) and Gong Show (2.3 mil/0.6) all stayed low.
Fox | Beat Shazam (2.7 mil/0.8) ticked down, while Love Connection (2.2 mil/0.6) was flat.
The CW | Penn & Teller (1.65 mil/0.4) was steady, while Whose Line (1.3 mil/0.4) ticked »
Some of the best and brightest stars are looking stunning in the 2018 Pirelli calendar.
Seventeen artists posed for the annual calendar, including RuPaul, Lupita Nyong'o, Sean "Diddy" Combs and the iconic Naomi Campbell. This year, photographer Tim Walker reimagined the classic tale of Alice's Adventure in Wonderland with gorgeous pics.
In some behind-the-scenes snaps, Nyong'o looks elegant in an off-the-shoulder beige look. Meanwhile, RuPaul and Dijimon Hounsou look fierce surrounded by models dressed as red heart cards.
Diddy and Campbell also look fierce as they pose for the cameras and Whoopi Goldberg commands the stage with her over-the-top look.
The famous Pirelli Calendar has gone through many iterations since it debuted in 1964. The calendar originally began as a means of setting the tire company apart from their competition with a project that enlisted the best artists, photographers, and models of the era. Pirelli really began to make waves, however, as their annual publication became synonymous with pinup girls and nude photo shoots, but in recent years it has made an abrupt shift towards a more feminist, inclusive 21-century vision of fashion. The brand has enlisted Annie Leibowitz to shoot the women that inspire her and Peter Lindbergh to photograph »
- Emily Kirkpatrick
The coolest thing a brand can do right now isn’t tapping of-the-moment supermodels to front campaigns, but booking models with a bit more experience. Brands like Marc Jacobs, Gucci and Acne all recruited models over 50 for their ads and now Triumph lingerie is the latest to join the ranks with its fall campaign model, 56-year-old Oscar winner Julianne Moore.
Moore’s modeling résumé already includes some impressive gigs, including L’Oréal Paris and a spot in the skin-baring Pirelli Calendar to name a few, but Triumph may be her sexiest yet. She stripped down to her bra, modeling a »
- Colleen Kratofil
The Dragon Prince is growing up!
Bhutan’s 1-year-old prince and heir to the throne, Prince Gyalsey Jigme Namgyel — also known as the Dragon Prince — is cuter than ever in a new photo released by Bhutan’s royal family.
In the photo, the little prince sits in a field of flowers with his mom, Queen Jetsun, who is as stunning as ever in a purple ensemble. The mother-son duo are shown holding hands and smiling.
The image was released as part of the country’s June Calendar, and coincides with the Queen’s birthday on June 4. June also marks the »
- Diana Pearl
May 2015 was the last time Harvey Weinstein hosted a Cannes presentation at the Majestic Hotel. Among the titles was a preview of Justin Chadwick’s “Tulip Fever,” with the then white-hot Swedish actress Alicia Vikander on hand. A romantic triangle period piece costarring Christoph Waltz and Dane DeHaan, Weinstein later pushed the release from July 2016 to February 2017. Now, two years later, it’s booked for August 25 — the dog days of summer.
Last year, the Weinstein Co. had so few bonafide Oscar contenders on the docket that they didn’t mount their usual Cannes show-and-tell at all. Garth Davis’s “Lion” did yield six nominations and, like critics’ darling “Carol” the year before, no wins. The lengthy awards season did pay off for “Lion” at the box office; it’s made $103 million worldwide. However, it also represents a rare tick in the ‘win’ column for TWC, which is struggling to maneuver in these challenging times. »
- Anne Thompson
Classics like The Princess Bride, Titanic, and Wayne’s World in our February Events Guide!Classics like The Princess Bride, Titanic, and Wayne’s World in our February Events Guide!Jenny Bullough1/31/2017 10:02:00 Am
Ugh, February. The holidays are long over, winter’s charm has faded into dirty snow, and spring can’t come soon enough. Which makes it the perfect time of year to be comforted by some of your favourite, classic movies! What, you didn’t think Cineplex was just the place to go for new movies, did you? In case you didn’t already know, through our Event Cinema programming, every month you can see classic films back on the big screen as well as live theatre presentations, Broadway musicals, and more! Here are a few choice highlights from our February Events Calendar:
Feb 2: Amadeus – National Theatre Live
In Peter Shaffer’s iconic play, »
- Jenny Bullough
9 items from 2017
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