The penultimate year of HBO’s Girls is nearly upon us, and Season 5 isn’t wasting any time diving Marnie-first into the awkward. Our first full synopsis for the season puts a wedding off the bat, with plenty of friction between Adam and Hannah’s new boyfriend, also unveiling guest stars and a budding new combination.
HBO’s Girls rarely telegraphs what to expect with each coming year, but with Season 5 already in production in New York, the first set photos have yielded some surprising turns. Elementary star Lucy Liu (and possibly Jonny Lee Miller?) will guest star in the new Girls season, as Adam seemingly takes a small role on a procedural.
Just yesterday we learned of another classic Sherlock Holmes character to debut in 'Elementary' season 2, atop the reveal that 'The Amazing Spider-Man' star Rhys Ifans would take the iconic role of Mycroft Holmes for the London-set premiere this fall. Now, CBS has revealed the premiere title for 'Elementary' season 2's September 26 debut, and provided us our first look at Holmes and Watson back on the case!
RZA's directorial debut 'The Man with the Iron Fists' will be hitting theaters November 2, and Universal is gearing up to get you familiar with all the main players. Yesterday they released a teaser for Cung Le's character The Bronze Lion, and today they want you acquainted with Lucy Liu's Madame Blossom, while RZA has stepped up to talk about the movie.
We're only weeks away from the release of RZA's 'The Man With the Iron Fists,' so it's about time we start getting to know the film's characters a little better -- like the Bronze Lion, introduced to us in the latest trailer for the upcoming martial arts actioner.
In case you needed a reminder that Wu-Tang Clan ain't nothing to f--- with, gaze your eyes upon these brand new photos from 'The Man With the Iron Fists,' written, directed by, and starring Wu-Tang's own RZA.
'Kill Bill, Vo. 1' will live on in movie infamy as being one of Quentin Tarantino's most kick-ass works of cinema. Uma Thurman became that one woman every guy would leave their wives for and who every wife would turn into if their men left them for Uma. It was the hack-and-slash movie of 2003, but it was only recently that some brand new behind-the-scenes photos were released to the world.
When the RZA announced that he was going to direct his own kung fu movie, we knew that he was the right man for the job. The Wu-Tang Clan and many of his other projects would reference a number of classic samurai and kung fu films, and watching the red-band trailer for his 'The Man With The Iron Fists,' it's clear he knows his genre.