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It's Christmas Eve, and Sony has released their comedy The Interview a day earlier than expected. Despite how you may or may not feel about the movie after you watch it, one thing is for certain: The Interview has earned its place in the history books for a number of different reasons. After being pulled from theaters because of a terrorist threat, Sony changed their minds and now The Interview is being released in 331 independent theaters on Christmas day. If you're still afraid that terrorists might blow up any of these theaters, Sony has also made the movie available to rent on a number of streaming services. And if you feel there is some kind of government agenda behind this whole ordeal, maybe you want to grab it off a torrent site in your own ode to freedom! Well, don't fret. Here's a list of where and how you can »
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Question: Now that Bones has decided to incorporate Emily Deschanel’s pregnancy into the show, will we get to see Brennan in the early stages of her pregnancy this time? Or will there be another time jump? —Tiera
Ausiello: Sounds like you’ll get a ringside seat to that elusive first trimester, since exec producer Stephen Nathan tells me that Brennan and Booth will, a least initially, attempt to keep the pregnancy a secret from their co-workers.
When Sony Pictures reversed their plans to cancel their theatrical release of The Interview earlier today, the decision sent indie theaters across the country into a frenzy to book the comedy in time for Christmas Day on Thursday. Deadline reports that Sony has implemented a 6 Pm Pst deadline for theaters to book the film, so the studio can send out hard drives containing the movie in time for these screenings. So far, a number of venues across the country have been confirmed, with several more likely to come as we get closer to the studio's deadline. Here's a statement from one source familiar with Sony's situation.
"Sony has had so many bookings coming in it is now focused on areas where a theater can guarantee a two-week run, or longer. They're so inundated with bookings they are being more careful about where they are booking [The Interview] in all the different markets. »
It was a year of epic reunions, with a slew of our all-time favorite casts from the big and small screens meeting up from Los Angeles to Paris. We know they didn’t all reunite just to make our hearts burst with happiness, but it sure feels that way. Feeling nostalgic? Get ready to really Omg when you see these star sightings.
1. Mean Girls
Ten years after the now-classic comedy hit theaters, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lindsay Lohan and Tina Fey posed for a celebratory Entertainment Weekly magazine photo shoot. And the fab five weren’t the only cast members of Mean Girls to hang in 2014 -- Amy Poehler and Daniel Franzese helped Lizzy Caplan celebrate her birthday and an Emmy nom at Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont back in August. (Franzese even hashtagged their selfie #northshore10yrreunion, because Damien is everything.) With these joyous meetings also came some sad news: Fey told EW it’s too »
TV’s go-to baddie, Sebastian Roché, next will fill a role fit for a king — on ABC’s Once Upon a Time.
Having most recently made mayhem as The Originals’ Mikael, Roché will guest-star as Aurora’s father, King Stefan, in the upcoming second half of Once‘s fourth season, EW.com reports.
Roché’s TV resumé also includes stints on Scandal, »
Could it be that Jack Bauer has clocked out for the very last time?
In a feature interview with the UK’s Telegraph (to promote his and Stephen Fry’s Sky Playhouse Presents two-hander, Marked), Sutherland seems resigned to leave Jack in Russian custody, as he was at the close of last summer’s 24: Live Another Day limited series.
“Me, I don’t see going back to it,” Sutherland said of the prospect of more 24. “We had »
Who’s due for at least one NCIS encore? Will Arrow‘s Sara be back with a dramatic bang? Why is Gotham turning into a literal circus? Will Rumple‘s hostages be released? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
I missed seeing Dinozzo Sr. during NCIS‘ holiday episodes. Will he be back at all this season? –Diane
You have great timing, because when I asked showrunner Gary Glasberg about it the other day, he and the writers happened to be in the process of breaking the episode that brings Tony’s dad back for another encore, »
The ratings for Bones keep dropping lower each season. There's also been talk that season 10 will likely be the show's last. Will Fox cancel their long-running series or renew it for an 11th season instead. We'll have to wait and see.
Bones revolves around a married couple who use their skills as an FBI agent (David Boreanaz) and a forensic anthropologist (Emily Deschanel) to solve difficult cases. The show's cast also includes Michaela Conlin, Tj Thyne, Tamara Taylor, and John Francis Daley.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- typically the following morning, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
12/12 update: You »
The actress has been recruited to play a corpse-inhabiting evil spirit in the upcoming back half of Sleepy Hollow‘s second season, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Murray will portray a vetala, or ghostly being from Hindu lore. She’ll appear in Episode 14, which is titled “Kali Yuga.”
1 | Did Girl Meets World’s highly anticipated Shawn-Cory reunion even need a laugh track? That was one of the most serious Christmas episodes ever. And why no mention of Shawn’s love life? (We want Angela! We want Angela!)
2 | How Murray Saved Christmas: culturally insensitive foolishness, or irreverent holiday romp?
3 | Wasn’t The Affair’s Helen strangely flippant about her daughter’s potential bulimia?
4 | On Revenge, »
Bones‘ sumptuous 200th episode drew 5.5 million total viewers and a 1.2 demo rating on Thursday night (per finals), losing a handful of eyeballs plus 20 percent in the demo against a fresh Big Bang Theory.
Leading out of that, the Gracepoint finale did 4 mil and a 0.9, up 10 percent in audience while flat in the demo.
The CW | Vampire Diaries (1.82 mil/0.9) rose 20 percent and two tenths, while Reign (1.42 mil/0.5) grew 17 percent and a tenth »
There was never going to be a happy ending to Gracepoint, Fox’s remake of British crime drama Broadchurch.
I mean, when your starting point is the murder of a 12-year-old boy and your midway marker involves the suicide-by-drowning of a falsely accused old man (in possession of a creepy secret, but still…), you can’t expect the closing montage will be set to Jimmy Cliff’s optimistic “I Can See Clearly Now.” (Not unless someone has a coal black sense of humor and a blatant disregard for the audience’s emotional state, anyway.)
But oh, man. The way Episode 10 spirals down, »
According to a press release from the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, the 46-year-old actor allegedly waited for his ex-girlfriend to leave the house before he "skinned the pet, cooked it and ate half of it while sending her step-by-step pictures of what he did… When she returned the defendant allegedly told her he would do the same to her."
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Diatchenko had apparently been living with his ex-girlfriend in their North Hollywood home for some time after they had broken up, according to Deputy District Attorney Lou Holtz.
The actor -- who plays the head Russian on Soa -- allegedly killed and ate the pet rabbit on Dec. 7, after his ex told him that the two should no longer live together »
Well, that was a beauty.
Bones unveiled its 1950s-set, Hitchcock-inspired 200th episode on Thursday night, and the combination of old Hollywood glamour and intrigue was simply stunning.
Somehow, director David Boreanaz was able to replicate the classic look of films like North by Northwest, kicking things off with an unusually quiet, picturesque sequence of jewel thief Booth and detective Brennan driving along the highway.
There were also lots of treats for longtime fans as the actors took on new characters — Pelant as a waiter! Aldo as an antagonistic Interpol officer! »
Bones fans, get ready for a major case of the feels.
First, Deschanel confirms that the pair “still like each other, which is amazing. I think it’s because we’re just honest with each other.”
But it’s Boreanaz’ tribute to the actress that will have you reaching for a tissue.
“Em, I thank you so much, from the bottom of my heart, for being there as a friend, being »
Detective Lieutenant Everett Backstrom is good at catching bad guys because of how he puts himself inside their head, as explained in the promo below for Fox’s upcoming crime drama.
Premiering Thursday, Jan. 22 at 9/8c and adapted from the Leif G.W. Persson novels by Bones‘ Hart Hanson, Backstrom stars Rainn Wilson (The Office) as the titular detective, who has recently been appointed head of the Portland police department’s Scu.
Rounding out the cast are Genevieve Angelson (House of Lies), Dennis Haysbert (24), Kristoffer Polaha (Life Unexpected), Beatrice Rosen (The Dark Knight) and Page Kennedy (Weeds). Will you be checking it out? »
The Hot Tamale train may be leaving the station. And if so, Paula Abdul could prove to be forever Fox’s girl.
Our sister site Deadline is reporting that So You Think You Can Dance may give the judges’ dais a facelift for the coming Season 12, with original arbiter Mary Murphy rumored to be parting ways with the competition series.
If Murphy does bow out, Fox is said to be eyeing American Idol alum/choreographer/sometime singer Paula Abdul to fill the void. Abdul has guest-judged on Fox’s Sytycd on three occasions, as well as sat on the dais »
It's a monumental television event!
Fort the past ten years, Bones fans have gasped, screamed, giggled and swooned with Special Agent Seeley Booth and Dr. Temperance Brennan as they solved countless cases — and fell in love in the process. Now the 200th episode is airing tonight, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. and we can't wait to blast into the past for this one-of-a-kind hour.
When asked how it feels to be a part of such a long running series, Boreanaz spilled it's "hard to believe" that their hit procedural has been on for a whopping 10 seasons. The 45-year-old sweetly credits all of the show's time-flying-fun to his leading lady.
"We're blessed »
Very few TV shows can say that they’ve made it 10 seasons with 200 episodes, and now the Fox drama series Bones joins those ranks. Directed by David Boreanaz, the milestone episode pays homage to Alfred Hitchcock, as it re-imagines the Jeffersonian and FBI teams in 1950s Hollywood. During this interview with press to discuss the 200th episode, as well as where things are headed going forward, showrunner Stephen Nathan talked about how they came up with the idea for this episode, how they adapted the roles to make them feel similar to the characters they already play, the Alfred Hitchcock films that inspired them, the massive undertaking for every department on the show, how it differed from writing a normal episode, how they’ll be working Emily Deschanel’s pregnancy into the show, and the chances of getting an 11th season. Check out what he had to say after the jump. »
- Christina Radish
Fox’s Gracepoint concludes tonight (9/8c) — with the inevitably awful truth about who killed 12-year-old Danny Solano.
Was it a member of his immediate family? Or perhaps a relative of family friend and local detective Ellie Miller? Then again, it could’ve been one of the collection of secretive, ominous townfolk Miller and boss Det. Emmett Carver have questioned over the last nine episodes.
TVLine has put together a photo gallery of the potential suspects — and set odds on who we think dunnit.
Click through our take on the case below, then hit the comments and tell us who you »
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