Even though most of Robert Rodriguez's Sin City sequel has already been shot in the director's Austin studios, major additions are still being announced. Yesterday it was revealed that Joseph Gordon-Levitt had snagged one of the leading roles. Today, Christopher Meloni and Josh Brolin were also added to the cast.
This week's True Blood brought some refreshingly awkward humor and entertaining twists. The episode proved that sometimes the key to the future lies in the past. Read on to find out what made "In the Beginning" relevant among the mix of sentimental comedy and heavy storylines.
This week on True Blood, all hopelessly fight for power, which syncopates with the return of Russell Edgington. "Hopeless" exposes the corruption of the vampire government, the value of fighting for what's important and the penalty of immorality.
Plotlines merge, partnerships form, and more weirdness occurs on this week's True Blood. Eric and Bill enlist Sookie to help them find the infamous Russell Edgington, while Tara adjusts to life as a vampire. Find out more about “Let's Boot and Rally” in our review.
This week’s True Blood was all about seeking: Eric and Bill continue their search for Russell, Salome and Roman search for a traitor within The Authority, and Sookie looks to rid herself of guilt. But the big surprise is what each character actually discovers. Read on to find out more in our review of “We'll Meet Again.”
This week's True Blood heats up when Debbie Pelt's parents arrive in Bon Temps and question her disappearance. Will they find out Sookie killed her? Meanwhile, Bill and Eric spend some quality time with seductress Salome. And Pam's flashbacks reveal the truth about her vampire origins. Find out what else happened in our review of "Whatever I Am, You Made Me."
This week, the plot thickens on True Blood as Bill and Eric finally meet the powers that be in "Authority Always Wins." Also, Pam gets a juicy backstory that details her bloodsucking origins. Oh, and what's Tara like as a vampire? Two words: "Not pleasant." Can Sookie and Lafayette tame the baby beast?
After releasing a slew of new character posters, True Blood has finally dropped the trailer for its upcoming fifth season. Set to premiere on June 10 on HBO, True Blood’s new season five trailer is pretty heavy on the bloody spoilers. So be warned: if you want to go into season five blind, you might want to think twice before you peep the trailer after the jump. As...
If you could assemble a cast that includes Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Christopher Meloni, and Joe Lo Truglio, you'd have an A-list comedy on your hands these days, and that may be what you get if they make Wet Hot American Summer 2, the long-proposed sequel to 2000's cult comedy. Co-writer and star of the original Michael Showalter said...
After spending 12 years chasing after sexual predators on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (part of the Law and Order: Seriously, All We Have To Do Is Make A Show That At Least Peripherally Pertains to the Justice System, Slap ‘Law and Order’ On As the First Part of the Name, And You’ll Watch This Crap TV universe), Christopher...