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Let the rumor mill begin to churn! Could Glee star Lea Michele be making a return to the broadway stage at some point in the near future? It’s a definite possibility. Michele, who is a self-proclaimed Streisand worshiper, is no … Continue reading

Seven time Grammy winner and international superstar, Taylor Swift, is currently in the process of writing and recording her still untitled fifth studio album, the follow-up to 2012’s multi-platinum blockbuster, Red. After writing 2010’s Speak Now completely on her own, … Continue reading

The first full-length trailer for the intriguing upcoming series Penny Dreadful has been released. Plugged as a psycho-sexual thriller, the show is set in Victorian London and will feature some of gothic literature’s most famous characters – including Dracula, Dorian … Continue reading

Fans worldwide rejoiced the other day when fansite, Sherlockology, announced the first official Sherlock convention. Sherlocked is set to be a three-day event at an unconfirmed date later this year and will be organised by Massive Events in association with … Continue reading

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and that means a slew of romantic movies will be hitting theaters Whether you’ll be spending the day alone or with someone special, it’s always a great time for a romantic movie. If you’re brave, … Continue reading

Like any red-blooded Gryffindor, I’ve never failed to defend the honor of the Wizarding World against accusations that the books don’t make sense. Why do folks use trains, floo powder, port keys, carriages pulled by griffins, thestrals, broomsticks, dragons, magical … Continue reading

According to casting calls from Backstage.com, professional off-broadway company, TheaterWorks, is in the market for a musical based on The Lightning Thief, the first book in the Percy Jackson series. It looks as if the musical will feature older actors … Continue reading

While younger fans may have known him as Plutarch Heavensbee from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Philip Seymour Hoffman was an extremely versatile actor with a number of other great roles under his belt. Some of his more recent films … Continue reading

After 17 seasons of devoted service, DWTS Musical Director Harold Wheeler and his orchestra will depart the show. In their stead, it seems there will be a small electronic band, as well as prerecorded songs playing like they started to … Continue reading

Almost a year has passed since the beloved Lizzie Bennet Diaries web series ended, but it has just been announced that a new product is on its way. On July 1, 2014, the publishing house, Touchstone, will release The Secret … Continue reading

It’s no wonder we’ve lost sight of all we used to love about American Horror Story; the Robichaux witch coven, so prospective at its beginning, has now dwindled into something that makes these witches look like they deserve to be … Continue reading

It’s finally here! After a great collection of behind-the-scenes looks, set pictures, and a resounding approval by John Green, the Fault In Our Stars trailer arrived on Wednesday. As much as I enjoyed all of the excitement (the name of … Continue reading

Over two months after release, Frozen is still breaking records left and right. Today, it tops the $350 million mark at the U.S. box office. This is a feat that only 26 other movies have ever done, and only five … Continue reading

After watching a video concerning Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine standing in for Ellen Page’s Kitty Pryde, I suddenly felt an unrelenting frustration and confusion with regard to the choice made by the writers of X-Men: Days of Future Past. In the … Continue reading

Being a big Assassin’s Creed fan, I was disappointed when it was announced that Liberation was going to be a Vita exclusive. It sounded interesting, with its new protagonist and disguise system, but I didn’t want to buy a Vita … Continue reading

As if we need yet another reason to loathe–in the most loving way–Moffit and the Sherlock BBC crew; season three brings a plethora of overwhelming suspense to the table, along with a rattling conclusion. And of course, there won’t be … Continue reading

Whoo. Deep breaths, here we go. Where do I even begin? First and Second, ladies and gentleman, Robert Manion and Rachael Soglin- Somebody give these two high fives and some Twizzlers! Wow- Manion’s comedic timing… his Gaston was spot on. … Continue reading

Joel and Ethan Coen are an anomaly among filmmakers. Rarely can a creative team make so many acclaimed films that share so many similar parts but can be so different from one another. While they have a shortlist of people … Continue reading

Filming for the upcoming Starz original series adaptation of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander began in early October 2013. Since then, we’ve only been given glimpses of sets and locations and every once in a while an exciting photo of Claire and … Continue reading

It’s been really quiet around Sterek lately when it comes to official support or entertainment and media coverage, but the romance of Derek and Stiles is about to achieve the milestone of twenty thousand individual stories on the Archive Of … Continue reading