Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' had an hour to catch its breath in this past week's "Providence," following the game-changing events of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier,' but Coulson and the team aren't the only ones in need of a catch-up. Fresh off the 'How I Met Your Mother' series finale, Cobie Smulders will return Maria Hill to the forefront in antepenultimate 'S.H.I.E.L.D.' episode "Nothing Personal," and we have the first look at Maria's new gig!
And just like that, Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' is back on top. Where last night's game-changing installment "Turn, Turn, Turn" incorporated the events of 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' in an action-packed hour that saw the Clairvoyant outed and S.H.I.E.L.D. in shambles, another movie heavy-hitter signed on for a climactic appearance. Fresh off her 'Winter Soldier' role, 'How I Met Your Mother' star Cobie Smulders will return as Agent Maria Hill in an upcoming 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' installment, and we've got your first look.
‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9 recalls its 23rd and final episode of the final year in “Last Forever,” as Ted finally completes the story of how he met the eponymous mother, detailing the history of his closest friends' lives after Barney and Robin's wedding.
Last week’s ‘How I Met Your Mother’ installment “The End of the Aisle” saw Ted revealing a surprising secret in his attempt to calm Robin down before the wedding, while Barney turned to Marshall and Lily for inspiration in writing his last-minute vows. So how does the latest episode bring the series to a close?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9 episode 23, series finale “Last Forever”!
Admittedly, I’m feeling much more melancholy today about the ‘How I Met Your Mother’ series finale than I expected. Which, on the surface, makes little sense because, boy, Season 9 has been a slog to watch. (I was once a religious viewer, but now it’s come to the point where, over this past weekend, I had to participate in a ten-episode marathon just to get caught up for the finale.) Look, I’m pretty late to the “this final season has been bad” chorus, but I don’t think that’s really the point here – or, at least, it doesn’t quite explain why I feel forlorn about a show that recently I found difficult to watch.
At long last, the time is upon us wherein Ted finally reveals to his children 'How I Met Your Mother' with Monday's forthcoming series finale "Last Forever." The special hour-long episode will say goodbye to Robin, Barney, Ted, Marshall and Lily after nine seasons, but will the titular Mother have a happy ending along with them? Find out in the full set of photos and a sneak peek from 'How I Met Your Mother' series finale "Last Forever!"
Reactions were mixed to 'How I Met Your Mother''s latest installment on the road to Barney and Robin's wedding, but the pair will conclusively tie the not in the March 31 series finale, come hell or high water. We still have a few episodes in between, but take a look at the first photos of the long-awaited nuptials that will introduce Ted to his own future bride!
We don't know about you, but after yesterday's new 'Captain America 2' Super Bowl trailer, this sequel catapulted to the top of our most anticipated films of 2014 list. Like 'Thor 2' and 'Iron Man 3,' the latest adventure of Marvel's patriotic hero looks to take the groundwork established by previous films and take everything to a truly exciting and fresh place.
A new batch of images from the film have made their way online, showcasing the film's large cast of heroes and villains.
As if 'How I Met Your Mother' hadn't been under enough criticism in its ninth and final season, the most recent installment "Slapsgiving 3: Slappointment in Slapmarra" seemed to highlight several surprisingly racist Asian stereotypes that have appropriately caused an uproar. Following the controversy, series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas have reached out to apologize for the offensive nature of the episode.
To be a heart-on-your-sleeve weepie in 2013, you've got to have some far-fetched gimmick. 'About Time' has time travel, 'Safe Haven' had ghosts and 'Delivery Man' has Vince Vaughn as an anonymous sperm donor hunted down by hundreds of his young-adult offspring. The mechanics of the plot are so ludicrous that audiences should be forgiven for shouting, “No, sorry, it wouldn't work that way!” back at the screen. But one has to give the movie credit for its sheer audacity. It refused to offer an explanation for its instigating illogic. Great character actor Damian Young gets the unenviable task of delivering the hook with the phrase “certain complications arose ...”