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ALICE THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS

WATCH: New ‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Clips

It seems like new clips for Alice Through the Looking Glass are rolling out every other week. And we can’t get enough. Of course we’re looking forward to seeing Lewis Carroll‘s story from start to finish when director James Bobin’s adaptation hits theaters on May 27. But it is a bit of fun to get […]

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WATCH: Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters Commercial

At first glance, it looks like Fox was having their own Throwback Thursday (May 19) when posting this advertisement for Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, but then James McAvoy pops up on the screen and viewers have that “aha” moment. The retro vibe is so good with the grainy filming, stonewashed jeans, and lingo like, “totally rad,” that the […]

John Barrowman Portrait Session And Book Signing At Book Soup

WATCH: John Barrowman Takes a Spill on Live TV

First things first, John Barrowman is okay. We repeat, he is okay. The Torchwood actor swung by U.K.’s Loose Women, a round table show similar to The View in the U.S., for a chat. He was just hanging about, literally, with his legs up on the table and leaned back a little too far. It is […]

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Stephen King Shares Cryptic ‘Dark Tower’ Tweet

The film adaptation of Stephen King‘s The Dark Tower series is hitting the big screen on February 17, 2017. At this point we know Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey will star in the leads as Roland Deschain, the Gunslinger, and the Man in Black, respectively. It’s not clear where the film starts, though. The book series spanned […]

SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio Channel Broadcasts From Comic-Con 2015

WATCH: New ‘Star Trek’ TV Show Teaser

There’s a new Star Trek heading to primetime TV. The recently released teaser trailer promises “new crews,” “new villains,” “new heroes,” and “new worlds.” That covers a lot of territory, but there aren’t too many details at this point. Bryan Fuller (Heroes, Hannibal) has written the pilot episode, with casting yet to be announced. Even […]

“Love & Friendship” New York Screening

WATCH: Kate Beckinsale and Michael Sheen Reenact Birth of Their Teen Daughter

At first glance, you might think, “What’s happening here?” But, yes, that’s exactly what happened as stated in the above headline: Kate Beckinsale and her former partner Michael Sheen had a baby 17 years ago and to celebrate their teen daughter’s birthday they reenacted her arrival. We don’t actually witness the event itself, but James Corden asks Beckinsale about […]

Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2015

Elton John Signs on for ‘Kingsman’ Sequel

The rumor mill was turning last month with people talking about the possibility of Sir Elton John making an appearance in the sequel to 2014’s Kingsman: The Secret Service, and now, the man himself has confirmed it’s true. John took to Instagram to make the announcement, playing off of his famed song “Saturday Night’s Alright for […]

BAFTA New York With Tribeca Shortlist Hosts “In Conversation With David Tennant”

WATCH: David Tennant Ponders Texting Etiquette

David Tennant is just like us when it comes to communicating via phone, and in a new clip he wonders why people on the other end of his texts are not sending him “kisses” back. It’s kind of cute to learn Tennant likes to sign off his texts with an affectionate “X” or two, which […]

‘Dad’s Army’ – World Premiere – Red Carpet Arrivals

Toby Jones Joins ‘Sherlock’ Season 4

Filming on Sherlock season four is officially underway, with the three-part series set to premiere in 2017. We last saw Sherlock (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Dr. Watson (Martin Freeman) in the 2016 special The Abominable Bride, making a visit to Victorian London. Both leads have returned for the fourth season, along with co-creator and star Mark Gatiss as Mycroft Holmes and […]

THE BFG

WATCH: The BFG Introduces Himself in New Trailer

We briefly met the Big Friendly Giant (BFG) in an earlier clip, but this time around we get a proper introduction. An orphaned girl (Ruby Barnhill) meets the BFG (Mark Rylance) in Roald Dahl’s story The BFG, soon to hit the big screen courtesy of director Steven Spielberg, but she didn’t really know what to make of […]

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