7 items from 2013
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Question: On Scandal, don’t you think Jake would be a good match for Mellie? —Sara
Ausiello: I’m not feeling it. Besides, if my hunch is correct (tee-hee, when isn’t it?!), the new fortysomething character the show is currently casting — a handsome, charismatic fella named Andrew — will be keeping company with Bellamy Young’s love-starved Flotus. And, if this is who they end up hiring, we deserve some kind of trophy or medal. Or something.
- Michael Ausiello
We're so close to San Diego Comic-Con 2013 I can taste it! What does it taste like you ask? Ghirardelli ice cream, of course! There's a Ghirardelli ice cream shop in downtown San Diego that the GeekTyrant crew eats at every night after a long day of awesomeness and work.
Comic-Con has released the full schedule for Thursday, July 18th, and there's a ton of great stuff, including Sherlock, Dexter, Ender's Game, Batman: Arkham Origins, Marvel: House of Ideas, Divergent, The Walking Dead 10th Anniversary Panel, The X-Files 20th Anniversary Panel, and more!
To see the full panel and event line-up, click here. Here are a few of the panels that I thought were noteworthy.
Thursday, July 18
Stars Josh Holloway (Lost), Meghan Ory (Once Upon a Time), and Marg Helgenberger (CSI) and executive producers Michael Seitzman (North Country), René Echevarria (Terra Nova, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), and Tripp Vinson »
- Joey Paur
Mumford and Sons brought Glastonbury Festival to a resounding close last night, and it was a particularly sweet set, as bass player Ted Dwane joined them on stage, following his recent brain surgery.
“We've celebrated the fact that Ted is alive here together. Shall we sing together?” asked frontman Marcus Mumford of the crowd at the Pyramid Stage, before launching into 'Awake My Soul'.
Ted Dwane back on stage with Mumford and Sons
While their performance drew only an average review from the Guardian, with slightly more praise from the NME, there was no doubting the enthusiastic crowd's response as the Grammy-heavy folk band brought out their big guns, 'I Will Wait' and 'Little Lion Man'.
Marcus Mumford led the crowd in a stirring rendition of 'I Will Wait'
- The Huffington Post UK
London, July 01: Mumford and Sons rounded off the Glastonbury festival 2013 with their first-ever headline performance in front of 80,000 people.
The 90-minute performance of the band at Somerset's Worthy Farm ended with an all-star cover of 'A Little Help From My Friends,' the BBC reported.
Songs, including 'The Cave and I Will Wait', which is their only UK top 20 hit, triggered the audience hoedown from the front of the Pyramid Stage to end of the fields.
- Abhijeet Sen
A little help may be on the way for victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes: Blake Shelton says he is putting together a benefit. Shelton said after Tuesday night's "Voice" taping that he and NBC are organizing the event, though NBC could not confirm that for TheWrap on Wednesday. "We are actually putting together a fundraiser right now with NBC," Shelton told CNN. "We'll have more details within the next 24 hours, but definitely something with NBC that is going to happen real fast, and hopefully raise a lot of money." Shelton talked to »
- Tim Molloy
It's what the judges tell us every year on American Idol, isn't it?
Forget the drama. Forget the bickering. Forget the fashion or pyrotechnics. This competition is all about the singers.
Below, in what will become a weekly tradition throughout the rest of Season 12, we've made it easier than ever for readers to download the singles covered by this year's finalists. Browse around and click that mouse now:
SongArtistWith A Little Help From My FriendsKree HarrisonLet It BeBurnell TaylorShe's Leaving HomeAmber HolcombCome TogetherCandice GloverEleanor RigbyPaul JolleyIn My LifeLazaro ArbosYesterdayAngie MillerThe Long And Winding RoadDevin VelezI WillJanelle Arthur »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Matt Richenthal)
After an agonizing couple of months in limbo since the midseason finale, we now get to learn the fates of our favorite survivors. This episode, entitled "The Suicide King," was directed by Leslie Linka Glatter.
Spoiler Alert: Do not read any further if you haven’t watched the episode yet. This is a recap with specific details from this episode. Continue only if you have already watched it.
The episode brought us back to the zombie fight-club pit with the Dixon brother, Merle and Daryl. When Andrea protested and was held back, the Governor presented to the bloodthirsty crowd a fight to the death for Merle to prove his loyalty. Merle, ever the caring big brother, took his first shot at Daryl. Restrained hungry walkers were brought out to join the fun. However, Merle only faked the fight so that he and Daryl could fend off the encroaching walkers together. »
- KW Low
7 items from 2013
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