2 items from 2012
Two years ago, an impossible beam of bright light zapped out of an island and left "Lost" fans everywhere dumbfounded, for better or for worse. The series finale was polarizing, no doubt about it: was it brilliant? Was it moronic? Fandom remains divided on the issue to this very day, and we're marking the occasion with our own look back on "Lost" history.
Go back to the island, and find out what else we're watching, in this week's Watch It!
"Fifty Shades of Grey"
I hate to say it, but I've been consumed by "Fifty Shades of Grey." It's not a movie, but it certainly will be, which is why I decided to give it a read. As "Twilight" fan fiction, I definitely notice traces of Edward Cullen and Bella Swan in the main characters of Christian Grey and Ana Steele. Christian is brooding, self-deprecating and impossibly good-looking, while Ana is clumsy, »
- MTV Movies Team
Cumberbatch’s casting in J.J. Abrams’ next "Trek" flick has turbocharged the 35-year-old actor’s ascent to superstardom, and with all of his current and upcoming high-profile film projects, he’s set to inherit Michael Fassbender’s title of It Movie Guy of the Year.
But if you’re not yet familiar with Mr. Cumberbatch’s work, here’s a brief introduction.
Who He Is
Benedict Cumberbatch started his career in the early 2000’s, appearing regularly on British TV. He played the son of current “House” doc Hugh Laurie in a 2003 series called “Fortysomething” and the following year starred in a biopic of Stephen Hawking. In recent years he’s appeared in such films as “Starter for 10, »
- Tami Katzoff
2 items from 2012
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