As hard as it will be to say goodbye to Bryan Cranston's Walter White and those still left alive in the cast, 'Breaking Bad' has made its goodbye a little longer by extending the final two episodes to seventy-five minutes a piece.
Robin Williams hasn't had a hit TV show since Mork and Mindy, he has had success with the film industry. So why is he coming back to the small screen after 30 years off? He's broke. He says with the two big divorces, he's cleaned out and ready to do something to build a nest egg.
When the 'Beverly Hills Cop' TV show failed to get off the ground, word was that Paramount might instead go with a new film installment of the franchise (which had been rumored for a while, with Brett Ratner supposedly set to direct it). The latest rumblings suggest a fourth film might happen, with Eddie Murphy reuniting with producer Jerry Bruckheimer, who was behind the first two movies.
So remember the video of the twerking girl who accidentally set herself on fire? Remember how we all got a good laugh out of it? Remember how everyone from YouTube commenters to morning news shows dubbed it "the end of the twerking craze as we know it"?
Well, turns out it was all a hoax perpetuated by that merry prankster Jimmy Kimmel.
Of all the TV shows to be turned into movies, 'The Fall Guy' actually makes sense to translate to the big screen, so color us excited that Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is in talks to star in a big screen reboot with McG eyed to direct.
The folks behind 'Dancing With the Stars' announced the cast for the upcoming season 17 Wednesday morning on 'Good Morning America,' and there were some surprise names on the list, including Bill Nye the Science Guy and Snooki herself.
Stop us if you've heard this one before, but it seems 'The Wizard of Oz' has landed another house on the upcoming TV development season. Following news that CBS had an eye toward adapting Frank Baum's 1900 classic as medical drama 'Dorothy,' NBC has begun development on its own fantasy take, 'Emerald City,' utilizing a darker, 'Game of Thrones'-influenced approach to the classic story.
Taken aback as we were to learn that a potential 'Rambo' TV series had begun the development phase, with Sylvester Stallone in negotiations to be involved creatively and potentially reprise the role, it now seems an understandable caveat has been put in place. Stallone himself will not re-don the headband as John Rambo, should the series make it through development, but what direction might the new adaptation take?
If talking hillbilly squids actually lived in the Appalachians, they'd probably love them some Skynyrd. And they'd surely be excited as all get-out to hear Lynyrd Skynyrd's newly recorded version of the 'Squidbillies' theme song.
"Facial Profiling" is alive and well, a little twist on words, but you'll get my drift.. In an incident of what Duck Dynasty star Jase Robertson calls "facial profiling," he was escorted out of a swanky NYC hotel after a staff member assumed he was an undesirable sort.
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