Game Of Thrones
In a new interview, Emilia Clarke discusses the return of Game of Thrones and playing a strong female character.
This week there are several strong new releases. Slide is an intriguing whodunit that received a starred review from Publishers Weekly. Goddess Interrupted is the second novel in the Goddess Test series and is a fantastic read. Check out the rest of the selection!
Once Upon a Time
Once Upon a Time finally has a UK premiere date!
Read the description of the upcoming Fringe episode, ‘The Consultant’!
An astonishing figure for any game, Mojang’s tree-punching hit continues to grow in popularity. That’s not the only impressive number that Minecraft can boast.
Karen Gillan, Arthur Darvill, Steven Moffat, and Matt Smith answer press questions right after the screening of the new season trailer at the Official Doctor Who Convention. They confirm that they are all going to Comic-Con, that writing won’t pander to Americans, and more.
We’ve never really seen Adam close to any of the girls on The Secret Circle except Diana and Cassie. Now that John Blackwell has neutered his romantic intentions, he’s helping Melissa out in an interesting way.
Over the past week we’ve shared the first batch of photos from The Host film (based on Stephenie Meyer’s novel of the same name).
Now they’re available in high-res.
A preview for next week’s episode – ‘Hell on Earth’ – aired following tonight’s episode of Smash. See it below!
Black Forest obtained the rights to Quaratine: The Loner by Lex Thomas. The novel, the first of a trilogy, will be released July 10th by Egmont USA.
The Hunger Games
Normally Academy Award voters see the latest Hollywood films early or at the same time as theater goers. But in New York and Los Angeles, Lionsgate has held off screening The Hunger Games – which is very abnormal.
Check out this latest spoiler to learn what character isn’t going to be having the best of times on an upcoming episode of Grimm!
The supersized Alcatraz season finale, encompassing 1×12 ‘Garrett Stillman’ and 1×13 ‘Tommy Madsen,’ airs tonight at 8 p.m.! Will you be tuning in to see double the drama on Fox?
Briefly: Back in February we reported that head honcho of The Weinstein Co. Harvey Weinstein was considering boycotting the MPAA after Bully, one of his documentaries, was given an R-rating by the ratings company. The Weinstein Company has now released a statement saying that the bullying documentary will, in fact, be released “unrated,” following an unsuccessful appeals campaign.
The Hunger Games
Lionsgate has released a new television commercial for The Hunger Games, and not only does it tout the big reviews but it reveals lots of footage previously not seen outside of the theater.
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Warner Bros. has offered Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis the leads in Jupiter Ascending, the first original sci-fi film for the Wachowskis since their widly successful Matrix trilogy.
It’s more than just a recap of the five pre-Avengers flicks, it actually includes a hefty amount of new behind-the-scenes footage as well as interviews with producer Kevin Feige and Joss Whedon!
The Hunger Games
Down slightly from Lionsgate’s weekend estimate but still just as impressive, The Hunger Games this weekend officially made $152.5 million domestically.