12 items from 2017
Amber Tamblyn is not holding back—not any more that is. The fiery star penned an impassioned op-ed piece in the New York Times earlier today and put both James Woods and Hollywood on blast for calling women who speak out about harassment "liars." The article, entitled "I'm Done With Not Being Believed," details an alleged encounter from her teen years when she says that the former Shark star hit on her and her friends at a diner, as well as time when the former Joan of Arcadia star was 21 years old and she went to a producer to explain she was being harassed by a crew member. Amber writes that after she told the producer what was going on the producer said, "Well there are two sides to »
For film fans and TV viewers, James Woods is best known as the Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning star of such films as “Salvador”, “Videodrome” and “Ghosts of Mississippi”, as well for his CBS legal drama “Shark” and 1989 TV movie “My Name Is Bill W.” Yet for the 70-year-old actor’s Twitter followers, Woods is primarily known these […] »
- Brent Furdyk
Acting is a career which often unavoidably requires great beauty. As such, many people are quick to criticize actors as being vapid and famous only for their appearance. However, some actors are remarkably intelligent as well as being beautiful and talented. Such is the case with the highly popular Danielle Panabaker. Panabaker rose to fame with performances in Disney productions like Sky High and Read It and Weep. She broke out with her performances in the HBO series Empire Falls, the drama series Shark, and a series of horror films. Today, she appears in the incredibly popular The Flash. While
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Danielle Panabaker »
- Timothy Hickey
Have we entered a new golden age for shark movies? Probably not, but that isn’t stopping Syfy from commissioning a “Deep Blue Sea” sequel 18 years after the original. The move follows the recent success of both “The Shallows” and “47 Meters Down,” not to mention Syfy’s own “Sharknado” series.
Michael Beach is starring in the film and, since he’ll also appear in next year’s “Aquaman,” it doesn’t seem premature to deem this a case of nominative determinism. Darin Scott (“House Party: Tonight’s the Night”) is helming this particular ship, which is already filming in Cape Town.
Here’s what former director Jack Perez said of the direction the sequel was originally going to take back when it was slated for a DVD release in 2009, according »
- Michael Nordine
Fans who thought Katy Perry‘s YouTube stream was going to be a look into the normal life of a pop super star may have gotten even more than they were hoping for.
While live streaming her life for the entire weekend as part of the release of her brand new album, Witness, the singer proved that there’s rarely a dull moment in her life. When she’s not getting some shuteye with her dog Nugget, Perry keeps things interesting with her gaggle of pals.
Check out some of the moments from Perry’s live stream event that has everyone talking below. »
- Stephanie Petit
Burbank, CA (May 24, 2017) – In the latest season of Fox’s hit show, the power struggle in Gotham is more contentious than ever, as DC Super-Villains even more ambitious and depraved are introduced and a realignment of alliances could change the future of Gotham forever. Join Jim Gordon and his Gotham constituents as they navigate the chaos that ensues when the world’s most infamous DC Super-Villains wreak havoc on Gotham as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Wbhe) releases the mysterious Gotham: The Complete Third Season on August 29, 2017. Gotham: The Complete Third Season will feature all 22 episodes plus fascinating special features including three featurettes, Gotham’s 2016 Comic-Con panel and deleted scenes, and will be available to own on Blu-ray which includes a Digital Copy ($54.97 Srp) and DVD ($49.99 Srp). Gotham: The Complete Third Season is also available to own on Digital HD via purchase from digital retailers.
The fight for »
- ComicMix Staff
The 32-year-old attorney, who made it to the final three on Nick Viall's season of The Bachelor, was announced prematurely as the Bachelorette in the hope that the show's producers would find the best possible cast... and they certainly delivered.
Watch: 'Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay: 14 Things to Expect About Her Groundbreaking Season
Lindsay has already revealed that she's engaged, but before we eventually find out who wins her rose in the finale, we first have to look at who made it out of the limo on night one.
See the night's most memorable limo exits, ranked from totally cringeworthy to too cute, below:
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Similar to the treatment Arrow was given a few weeks back, The CW has put together a sizzle reel hinting at what’s to come in the remaining episodes of The Flash season 3. Truth be told, I got the impression that something like this wouldn’t be released because nothing dropped around the time of the video package for the sister show, but it stands to reason that the network opted to hold off for a bit until Savitar was unmasked.
On that note, the footage provided is squarely focused on the enduring battle between Team Flash and the self-proclaimed God of Speed. What’s especially noteworthy is that we gain some insight into the future Barry Allen’s motivation, something that’ll obviously be elaborated upon over the next few weeks. From what we’ve been thus far afforded though, it appears that he wants to do all he »
- Eric Joseph
This review is based off a volume that collects All-Star Batman #1-5.
Unless you’re a casual reader scoping out this review, odds are that you’re at least somewhat aware of the many contributions Scott Snyder has made to the Batman mythos during this decade. To say that he and Greg Capullo have made their mark is an understatement. Whether it be creating the Court of Owls, redefining the Joker or even putting Jim Gordon under the cowl, that dynamic duo may very well one day find themselves mentioned in the same breath as legendary creative teams such as Denny O’Neil and Neal Adams.
But after wrapping a definitive 51-issue run, where does one go from there? For Snyder, at least, the solution for All-Star Batman was simple: Beyond the borders of Gotham City. I must admit that taking the Dark Knight out of his comfort zone opens up some interesting possibilities, »
- Eric Joseph
Last week, Barry (Grant Gustin), Cisco (Carlos Valdes), Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker), and Julian (Tom Felton) headed to Earth-2 on a mission to save Harry Wells (Tom Cavanagh) from Gorilla City. Now the fight is coming to them.
Along with saving Wells from Gorilla City, Barry had hoped he could change another news headline — the one mentioning Central City recovering from a gorilla attack — he saw from the future where Savitar kills Iris (Candice Patton). However, in taking down Solovar, the gorilla’s leader, his old enemy Grodd was put into power with a singular goal of returning to Earth-1 Central City and wreaking havoc.
Variety spoke with executive producer Aaron Helbing about Grodd’s army coming to town, and how the city — and the Flash — handles it.
Grodd got his introduction in Season 1; in Season 2 you brought him back, and surprised a lot of people by introducing King Shark. Now you’re doing this mini-event with an »
- Jacob Bryant
After taking a break in observance of Valentine’s Day, The Flash looks to come back strong next week as it continues to embrace its comic book heritage with the two-part “Gorilla City” event.
So far, the series has delighted viewers with incredible interpretations of villains such as the Reverse Flash, Zoom and Captain Cold, but when more fantastical baddies like Gorilla Grodd or King Shark are brought to life via CGI, many a fanboy have had reason to cheer. Personally, I think that some things that originate on the page don’t work as well in live-action, but the execution has been pretty good to this point, so I can’t really complain much.
With less than a week to go until “Gorilla City” officially commences, the network has released a cool new poster, something they’re no stranger to doing when promoting the more significant episodes of each DC series to be aired. »
- Eric Joseph
CBS has given a pilot order to “Wisdom of the Crowd,” a drama from writer and executive producer Ted Humphrey.
Based on the Israeli television series of the same name, “Wisdom of the Crowd” is described as telling the story of a tech innovator who, inspired by the notion that a million minds are better than one, creates a cutting edge crowdsourcing hub to solve his own daughter’s murder, as well as revolutionizing crime solving in San Francisco.
- Daniel Holloway
12 items from 2017
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