It's been a good long while since we've heard anything concrete (or metal?) from Bad Robot's proposed HBO adaptation of 1973 sci-fi classic 'Westworld,' but with 'True Detective' raising the network's bar for casting, the J.J. Abrams-produced drama has assembled some major A-list talent. Joining the 'Westworld' pilot are none other than Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood, with 'X-Men' star James Marsden in talks for a role as well.
It all starts out with such promise. Steven Brill’s latest comedy, ‘Walk of Shame,’ introduces us to Meghan Miles (Elizabeth Banks), polished television news anchor, by way of a series of dramatized versions of famous newscast flubs that highlight exactly what Meghan is not – she’s not unprepared, she’s not unprofessional, and she’s not without some serious skills.
She is, however, without a clue.
For as much as we love 'Anchorman' and Ron Burgundy, we're very happy to be at the point where we can watch actual footage from the film instead of countless promotional spots for the various 'Anchorman 2' sponsors. Yes, the first 'Anchorman 2' clip is here and it'll get you laughing along with Ron Burgundy. Wait, did we see with Ron Burgundy? We meant you'll be laughing at Ron Burgundy.
Remember when, in Brett Ratner's 'X-Men: The Last Stand,' Cyclops, himself being a mainstay in the 'X-Men' universe, met his end offscreen at the hands of a mentally unstable Phoenix/Jean Grey? Fans held on to the hope that he might still return to the big screen somehow in Bryan Singer's 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' especially after James Marsden was spotted flying back from the Montreal set with former co-star Halle Berry (playing Storm in the new movie). However, this was one event Singer could not change.
After seven seasons, it's finally happening. '30 Rock' continues drawing to its inevitable end, returning with tonight's "Aunt Phatso vs. Jack Donaghy," but it seems the biggest news is yet to come. NBC has revealed that Jenna Maroney won't be the only major wedding in the Emmy-winning series' final season, but who might be the couple in question? Could Jack find himself a new bride, or will Liz finally take the plunge? What about dear old Kenneth?
The official trailer for horror remake 'The Loft' has arrived and we can tell you it's very, very naughty and totally NSFW. But if you aren't at work (or the library... or in front of your kids... or whatever), check out this tantalizing first look at the new film starring James Marsden, Karl Urban, and a few other dudes engaging in some unsavory behaviors.