Set your TIVO for this Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT as MTV’s new movie show “Spoilers” premieres. Every episode of “Spoilers” will be packed with first-look previews, footage, featurettes and set visits from the most-anticipated upcoming films. The “Spoilers” premiere will include early peeks at two of the most talked-about films in the comics scene:Continue reading “MTV’s Spoilers”
Showtime is developing an hour long project from comic book icon Stan Lee that tracks the life of a gay superhero. The project is being executive produced by Lee and the president and CEO of his Pow! Entertainment banner, Gill Champion. The story focuses on an up-and-coming superhero who struggles to hide his secret identitiesContinue reading “Showtime And Stan Lee Bring Gay Superhero To TV”
Saturday Night Live is adding two female cast members, an NBC source confirmed to Access Hollywood. The new members are comedians Michaela Watkins (“The New Adventures of Old Christine”) and Abby Elliott (“King of the Hill”).
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A new Bruce Springsteen song, “Workin’ on a Dream,” will premiere Nov. 16 on NBC’s Sunday Night Football game between the Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins. The track will be set to a package of highlights during the halftime segment. “Workin’ on a Dream” will appear on Springsteen’s next album, which will be released inContinue reading “New Springsteen Tune Getting NFL Premiere”
On Wednesday, Jan. 21, Lost returns with a three-hour (you heard me, three-hour!) premiere. “Because You Left” and “The Lie” will air back-to-back, following a recap of the first four seasons (for the very few people who aren’t already addicted and/or obsessed). So what does this mean for ABC’s Wednesday-night lineup? After the Lost extravaganzaContinue reading “LOST Premiers On January 21, 2009”
Tina Fey’s hilarious turn as Sarah Palin put Saturday Night Live on the electoral map like nothing else in recent memory — viewership is up nearly 70 percent this season. But will Fey continue to moonlight as the gorgeous governor, who could be a parody-worthy public figure for years to come? “I have to retireContinue reading “Tina Fey Says She’s Retiring Sarah Palin Impersonation”