15 items from 2017
The “UnReal” star will play a hard-nosed NYPD detective with a neurotic side, and her role has been described as “juicy.” The episode date has not been set yet, but “Angie Tribeca” Season 3 is set to debut sometime this year.
Zimmer currently stars on Lifetime’s “UnReal” for which she was nominated for an Emmy last year. She won a Critics Choice Award for her role of Quinn, the foul-mouthed producer, on the series that pokes fun at reality dating shows. “UnReal” became a critical darling in its first season with much praise for Zimmer’s performance. The show has been renewed for a third season, which is currently in production and will air this year.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Fans got their first look at Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry in a memorable but brief cameo appearance in last year's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, but they'll get to see a whole lot more of this iconic character in this year's Justice League, in theaters November 17. The actor is also prepping to star in his stand alone Aquaman movie, shedding new details about the story in a recent interview. According to the actor, this movie will take fans to places they've never seen before in a movie. When asked about what an Aquaman video game might look like if he were in charge, the actor had this to say.
"I read the Aquaman script and let me just put it this way, I've never seen a movie that's anything like this. It's going to be a world that you've never seen before, which is really cool. We went to space, »
While the future of Sherlock may be unclear, Benedict Cumberbatch has reaffirmed his relationship with the BBC and Masterpiece, boarding the adaptation of Ian McEwan's The Child in Time as both star and executive producer.
Adapted by Stephen Butchard (Five Daughters, The Last Kingdom) from McEwan’s Whitbread Prize-winning novel, and directed by Julian Farino (Marvellous, Entourage), The Child in Time is a lyrical and heart-breaking exploration of love, loss and the power of things unseen. Cumberbatch — who rose »
- Alex Ritman
With this year’s Super Bowl now in the rearview mirror, it’s time to start planning what to put in your coolers and fridges this summer, and this Memorial Day, Brewery Ommegang and HBO Global Licensing will have Game of Thrones fans covered with their new beer, Bend the Knee Golden Ale.
Press Release: (Cooperstown, NY) When fans last gripped their glasses at the end of Game of Thrones’ sixth season, the great houses of Westeros were on the brink of an epic conflict. Cersei had ascended to the Iron Throne as the first queen of Westeros, Jon Snow and Sansa Stark had just reclaimed the North, and Daenerys Targaryen had set sail for the Seven Kingdoms. To commemorate the coming mêlée in the Emmy® Award-winning show’s epic seventh season, Brewery Ommegang and HBO Global Licensing are excited to announce a new beer in their collaborative series: Bend the Knee Golden Ale. »
- Derek Anderson
Emily Ratajkowski will not apologize for her sexy Instagram snaps.
The 25-year-old model covers InStyle's March issue, in which she talks about her colorful upbringing and her right to express her sexuality. Ratajkowski, who shares that her mother -- an English professor -- gave her a copy of Naomi Wolf's Promiscuities: The Secret Struggle for Womanhood when she was 12, fights against the notion that sexually expressive women are seen as attention-seeking.
"The main criticism that I get is, 'Aren't you just conforming to a patriarchal standard of beauty?'" Ratajkowski says. "Well, this is just the body I was given. I didn't do anything to it -- it's just my body. But even if I had altered it, that would be fine too."
Watch: Emily Ratajkowski Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction at Golden Globes After-Party
Inbar Lavi is the real deal. She may play an equal-opportunity con artist who loves 'em and leaves 'em in the upcoming new Bravo series Imposters, but off-camera, the Israeli actress is someone you definitely would not want to avoid. Best known previously for roles in MTV's Underemployed and TNT's The Last Ship, plus guest appearances on the likes of Entourage and Sons of Anarchy, this is Lavi's first turn driving all the action—and considering her character, Maddie, has two husbands and a wife, and at least as many aliases, there's going to be plenty of action. Particularly when the victims of her long-game cons find »
At this point, we all know and love Chrissy Metz from This Is Us, but once upon a time, she was on another very popular show: American Horror Story. Even fans of both shows may not have realized that Metz starred on season four, Freak Show, as Ima "Barbara" Wiggles, unfortunately and un-politically correctly referred to as the Fat Lady. While she had bit parts on Entourage and My Name Is Earl, she explained to Glamour in February that she was sure Ahs would be her big break: "And then in 2014 American Horror Story came up. I'd wanted the role of Ima [Barbara] Wiggles desperately, and after I got it, I thought, Ok, awesome, this is a jumping board for my career! But when it wrapped, there was . . . nothing. I almost moved back to Florida, but my mom said, 'You can either be miserable here and not pursue your dreams, or »
- Maggie Pehanick
It's hard to imagine television without Chrissy Metz, but it wasn't so long ago that she was living on unemployment and desperately in search of a new role. More than a decade ago, the 36-year-old Florida native landed her first gig on television—a cameo—on Entourage. A few one-episode jobs followed until the budding actress was cast as the recurring Ima Wiggles on American Horror Story: Freak Show. "I'd wanted the role of Ima [Barbara] Wiggles desperately, and after I got it, I thought, Ok, awesome, this is a jumping board for my career! But when it wrapped, there was…nothing," she remembered in an interview with Glamour. After »
Chrissy Metz has been slowly introducing her new love to the world, and she took a big step this weekend.
Metz, 36, previously told People in October: “I’m dating someone, but it wasn’t like they came out of the woodwork just because I’m on the show. It was just organic, and I’m grateful for that because I know it’s difficult to be dating and in »
- Lanford Beard
If one were to judge “Lost in London” solely on the impressive technical feat of producing a live feature film in a single take over the course of two hours, “Lost in London” would be a resounding success. Unfortunately, that’s not how movies work. While Woody Harrelson’s directorial debut experiment went off largely without a hitch, it’s unclear if anyone would care about “Lost in London” if it weren’t filmed live. Despite its unique production, the script (written by Harrelson) suffers from a plot line that drags even as its star hustles to keep up, Hollywood insider jokes that fall flat despite being low-hanging fruit, and a culturally tone-deaf script that is not worth straining to hear over the canned background noise.
Inspired by the true events of one “wild night” Harrelson had in 2012 (celebrities are so crazy!), the movie begins with Harrelson, as himself, exiting »
- Jude Dry
The 98 Degrees frontman stopped by People Now to talk about his new TV project with the New Kids on the Block member, a comedy inspired by their former boy bands reuniting later in life and the struggles that come along with it.
“We put our heads together and said, ‘This sounds like a great show,’ ” says Lachey. “There’s a lot of material there that’s pretty comedic, and it will be a lot of fun.”
Although the »
- Stephanie Petit
It’s a new week, and nestled in another dumpster-load of content destined for the garbage pile that is the growing video-on-demand market comes Stephen C. Miller’s Southern action thriller Arsenal. The first of two movies Miller has due for release in 2017, which incidentally will be his fifth since 2015 (in case you needed an idea of the patient love and care the director brings to his projects), Arsenal is incoherent, thin on ideas original or otherwise and, despite its brisk 92-minute running time, a curious slog. Even by the now shockingly low standards of Nicolas Cage, lo-rent crap extraordinaire, Arsenal is bad – a product of totally incompetent filmmaking that will, as you drift, have you pondering how the money it cost to make could have better served humanity.
Biloxi, Mississippi provides Arsenal‘s setting, the location adding an unavoidably muggy atmosphere that’s perfect for the pulpy material but »
- Brogan Morris
Directed by Steven C. Miller.
A Southern mobster attempts to rescue his kidnapped brother.
Is there a better way to ring in a new year of movies with some more material to add to the Nicolas Cage ‘Losing His S*** Montage’? The answer is no, and Cage is certainly… colorful in Arsenal. He plays Eddie King, rocking the most ridiculous haircut I have seen since the last movie where Cage looked completely absurd (which is like, last year) and is apparently the closest thing to a mobster in Mississippi. There’s a scene where he murders a guy, writes a letter about it, and then reads said letter to a hostage, at one point shouting something about “Riding A F****** Bus”.
If you’re reading this review and thinking I’m here just to beat a dead horse »
- Robert Kojder
Yeah, yeah, we know: There are approximately 1 million shows currently airing on TV, and you’ve been meaning to catch up on all of them, but you’re never quite sure just which critically acclaimed shows to start binging, and anyway, there are still old episodes of Friends on Netflix that you haven’t seen in forever.
Thankfully, the Golden Globe Awards are airing on Sunday, and along with them comes the chance to narrow down just which of the thousands of shows currently crowding your DVR are worth diving into first. Here are the ones to give a try »
- Julia Emmanuele
Welcome back to the first Weekend Warrior of 2017, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out (when applicable).
We’ll bypass the past couple holiday weekends cause that was so 2016, and we’ll instead get right into the new movies opening on Friday including two that opened in select cities and are expanding nationwide.
Genre: Action, Horror, Thriller
Plot: The vampire death dealer Selene (Kate Beckinsale) finds herself facing both Lycans and vampires, both of them trying to use the blood of her daughter to create new hybrids, so she and David (Theo James »
- Edward Douglas
15 items from 2017
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