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'Ravenswood' finale has a 'dimensional reshuffling,' teases Ep Joseph Dougherty

4 February 2014 12:00 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

"Ravenswood" is wrapping up its first season on ABC Family Tuesday (Feb. 4) when Hanna Marin (Ashley Benson) from "Pretty Little Liars" comes to town intent on confronting Miranda, a perceived boyfriend-stealer. Little does she know that Miranda is no longer among the living.

Executive producer Joseph Dougherty tells Zap2it that writing Hanna's reappearance in Ravenswood was some of his favorite material he's written all season.

Zap2it: How does Hanna take the news about Miranda and the curse?

Dougherty: How do you think you'd take it? [laughs] Writing Hanna coming back was some of the most interesting stuff I've been able to do for the series. Let's just say it's a tribute to the relationship that those two characters have that Caleb is actually able to explain, or at least state certain facts. It's an awful lot for Hanna to process and it's really so outside of her experience, despite all she's been through. »

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Sundance: Damon Albarn Debuts New Songs

19 January 2014 8:39 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Blur frontman Damon Albarn debuted new material from his forthcoming solo album “Everyday Robots” Sunday night at the Sundance Film Festival.

Accompanied by a string quartet, the U.K. songwriter played a total of five ballads, including the title track “Everyday Robots” as well as “You and Me” before concluding the set with Blur’s “To the End.”

“I wrote this song 20 years ago,” he said of the final number, shaking his head in disbelief.

Albarn’s trademark falsetto gently sang over the new tunes, which had audience members swaying close by as the Gorillaz singer hopped from piano to the acoustic guitar.

Hosted by the Sundance Channel, the event included guests Maggie Gyllenhaal and “Game of Thrones” star Jason Momoa, both of whom star in upcoming dramas for the cable network.

Albarn’s debut solo record, “Everyday Robots,” arrives April 28 via Warner Bros. Music.

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Marvelous Da7e #28: The Week Wonder Woman Was Supergirl

8 January 2014 11:14 AM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

Happy 2014! Everyone!

The Marvelous Da7e was originally contracted out through December. My being here is a welcome surprise, because it means we’ve been doing okay. You and me, reader, we’re going into a real-exciting year for speculating.

2014 has two Marvel movies and a Spider-Man movie, but we’ll mostly be tracking whatever’s going on at DC/WB and keeping an eye on next year’s mind-blowing Blockbuster Summer where Batman faces off against (at least) Superman, The Avengers Assemble and add Ant-Man and something about a galaxy far, far away. Not to mention everything that’s happening in comics and the attempts (by DC successfully and by Marvel less-so) to let the Cinematic Heroic Age keep bleeding into television.

I’m reading a lot of books and comics and watching movies in the hope that this years’ run of Marvelous Da7e straddles the line between »

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Michael Bay's CES stage fright gives more ammo to his critics

8 January 2014 5:10 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The much-maligned film director walked out of his own talk when his autocue malfunctioned during his promotion of Samsung's new bendy TVs. Shame he couldn't transform his performance

Age: 48.

Appearance: 1970s-vintage TV weatherman.

Occupation: Film director.

Anything I might have seen? Transformers, possibly?

No. Transformers 2?

Nope. Transformers 3?

No. How long can this carry on? That's it. Transformers 4 isn't released until later this year. He also directed Armageddon, Pearl Harbour and Bad Boys. To date, his films have grossed more than $3bn globally.

Any of them any good? Not according to, well, everyone. His special effects-laden blockbusters routinely attract critical derision. The New Yorker's David Denby called Bay "stunningly, almost viciously, untalented".

I guess Bay must have a pretty thick skin to carry on in the face of that sort of thing. Apparently he's quite awkward and fragile in real life.

Who says? Transformers star Megan Fox, although she also »

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