6 items from 2013
The Fall TV Season presentations for all the new network shows take place this week with the second announced yesterday. Here's a full breakdown of which concepts have made the final list over on Fox.
While "The Following" proved a breakout winner, Fox had few success stories last season. So, it is going a bit more ambitious this year with numerous dramas, comedies and one-off "event series".
Several pilots didn't make the final cut and won't be seen including the family of government-sanctioned assassins drama "Boomerang," the adaptation of Lauren Oliver's book trilogy "Delirium" about a world where love is illegal, the legal interns workplace comedy "To My Assistant," the U.S.S. Lexington-set "The Wild Blue," and "The List" about the hunt for a thief who stole a file containing the secret identities of people in the Witness Security Program,
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- Garth Franklin
The Drama Desk Awards — commonly known as the theater world’s Golden Globes, though nominees are represented across all NYC productions in a season — are the last precursor to the Tony Awards (check EW.com tomorrow morning for a full list of those). And judging by the list below, it’s going to be quite a competitive year, with some pretty heavy-hitters mixed in with longshots, not to mention some major snubs (Alan Cumming, Cyndi Lauper, Fiona Shaw, Chaplin’s Rob McClure to name a few). The winners will be announced at NYC’s Town Hall on May 19. Below is »
- Jason Clark
Whoa, girl! A 12-year-old photograph of the sexy actress nuzzling up to a white horse completely topless is hitting the market as part of a Christie’s auction in May. The never-before-seen photo could fetch over $50,000, but you can see it for free here!
We’re having flashbacks. A photograph taken in 2001 by David Lachapelle of Angelina Jolie topless with a white horse has finally been released for the public to see. The then 25-year-old actress looks at the peak of her sexiness in the picture, tossing her brown hair back and showing off her incredible body. No wonder Brad Pitt came calling (sorry, Jennifer).
Angelina Jolie’s Never-Before-Seen Topless Photo
The revealing photo is being released for the first time as part of The Wild Side of Photography sale by the auction house, Christie’s. Christie’s expects to sell the rare photo for about $50,000, according to the Daily Mail, »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
Spoiler Alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, “Decoy” written by showrunner Graham Yost and Chris Provenzano and directed by Michael Watkins, stop reading now. We were treated to a great Western as Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) and the Marshals tried to get Drew Thompson (Jim Beaver) out of Harlan alive, and Boyd (Walton Goggins) did his best to stop them for Nicky Augustine (Mike O’Malley). As he’ll do throughout the season, Yost takes us inside the writers’ room to break down the episode and tease what’s to come (only two episodes left! »
- Mandi Bierly
Did your favorite artists take home the gold? See the full list of tonight’s winners (and losers.)
The biggest names in music collided Feb. 10 at the 55th annual Grammy Awards in Hollywood, and while some — like Rihanna and Drake — left victorious, others left the ceremony reeking of defeat. Read on for the full list of winners, which will be updated as the night goes on.
Album Of The Year: Mumford & Sons, Babel
Record Of The Year: Gotye, “Somebody That I Used To Know”
Best New Artist: fun.
Song Of The Year: Fun., “We Are Young”
Best Pop Vocal Album: Kelly Clarkson, Stronger
Best Pop Solo Performance: Adele, “Set Fire To The Rain [Live]“
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance: Gotye, featuring Kimbra, “Somebody That I Used To Know”
Best Short Form Music Video: Rihanna, featuring Calvin Harris, “We Found Love”
- Andy Swift
Chris, 23, dissed Frank, 25, by remaining in his seat while the rest of the Staples Center gave him a standing ovation. Sore loser much?
Chris Brown and Frank Ocean‘s ongoing battle moved to a different arena Feb. 10 when the artists were both up for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. Frank ended up winning, and even though he received a standing ovation from the entire Staples Center, Chris remained seated.
Frank’s acceptance speech was also pretty weird. He started by saying that, even though some people pretend the audience is naked in order to calm their nerves, he didn’t want to do that.
“I want to look at you as kids in tuxedos and being fancy and all that,” he told the crowd.
Frank won again in the category of Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “No Church In The Wild,” which he shared with Jay-z, »
- Andy Swift
6 items from 2013