5 items from 2014
Thought you couldn't be more excited for the Breaking Bad spinoff, Better Call Saul? Well, Anna Gunn is hinting that there are talks of her coming to the new AMC series and so....Boom. That just happened. We caught up with the beautiful o.g. B.B. star at Monday's Fox Fanfront in NYC, alongside her Gracepoint co-star David Tenant, and ohhhhhhhh the feels. See, Better Call Saul and Gracepoint are arguably the most promising new TV series in the works for the coming season, and Anna and David were there chatting about both of them (as if it were no big whoop and as if our TV loving hearts could even stand it). Anna told E! News there has »
The USA Network is on the search for its next hit, with the announcement today of it’s 2014-15 development slate.
An alien drama from Lost creator Carlton Cuse, a comedy from Amy Poehler, and a single-cam comedy about a ski resort from Jessica Biel’s Iron Ocean Films are among the development projects touted by the network, who released descriptions for more than a dozen in-the-works possible series.
The network — home to Suits and White Collar — also announced the cast-contingent pilot pick-up of hour-long original drama Stanistan. Set in a fictional Middle Eastern country, the show follows the staff »
- Sandra Gonzalez
USA Network is keeping its foot on the gas when it comes to scripted series development.
The cabler has given a cast-contingent pilot order to drama “Stanistan,” a dramedy about a group of State Department workers, CIA operatives and journalists working in a fictional Middle Eastern country. Project was developed at Fox earlier this year.
USA has also unveiled a slew of drama, comedy and limited-series development prospects from such producers as Jodie Foster (pictured), Carlton Cuse, Peter Tolan, Amy Poehler and Gregory Nava. The development slate reinforces USA’s focus on broadening the scope of its original series, particularly dramas, beyond the blue-sky and action fare that has clicked for the NBCU cabler in the past.
“This slate represents the next generation of originals at USA, with a focus on dramas that are more serialized, provocative and culturally resonant,” said USA prexy Chris McCumber. “We’re very much committed »
- Cynthia Littleton
Prince Hans, Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, and Kristoff Bjorgman
Magical Disney characters attending Hogwarts makes a kind of logical sense, but what about the muggles? Artist Annabella, aka Eira1893, gives no clear answer on that but does give us some really fun art. My only wish is that these pieces didn't have the ragged border.
Annabella should do Disney villains as Hogwarts headmasters. That would be pretty cool to see.
Princess Aurora and Prince Phillip
Princess Jasmine, Rajah, Aladdin, Merida, and Flynn
Tarzan, Jane Porter, Milo Thatch, and Princess Kida
Belle and Prince Adam
Cinderella and Prince Henry
Tiana and Prince Naveen
Ariel, Prince Eric, Snow White and Prince Florian »
- Free Reyes
Katrina Kaif is famously known as “Mere Brother Ki Dulhan”, “Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani” and of course, the “Dhoom 3” girl. Now, we see the Bollywood star joining global beauty brand L’Oréal Paris as their new face.
Reportedly, Katrina expressed her gratitude and stated that it is an “incredible privilege to join this league of ladies”.
Prior to her outstanding Bollywood career, Katrina Kaif began as a successful model.
She had first taken part in a modelling contest in Hawaii, at the young age of 14.
Although she embarked upon engineering through her studies, she made the choice to follow her dreams.
According to an interview with the Times of India, Katrina stated that she was only 17 when she first arrived in India to pursue her career.
As they say, »
- Aashi Gahlot
5 items from 2014
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