It’s not so much a spin-off as it is a spin-off.
Thanks goodness they added that!
If you look closely, you might be able to see Channing Tatum.
A little of that Ray Stevenson feeling, please.
She’ll work the power javelin as Lady Jaye.
It may have been terrible, but the stills are easy on the ol’ eye-lassos.
Yesterday, NBC picked up a bunch of girlie shows for girlie girls. Today it’s all about odd dramas, or “oddmas” as I call them.
Surprisingly, she looks like a dork in that thing.
Does Palicki pull off the tightly-fitted ensemble, or should she add a bag of candy to mask its lameness? Fight!
The outfit is better than this, but still not as good as Adrianne Palicki naked.
Elizabeth Hurley thinks Wonder Woman needs to be held down by force.
From football siren to inviso-jet flyin’, Palicki (‘Friday Night Lights’) has been tapped (yeah, she has – *high fives*) to star in NBC’s “Wonder Woman” pilot.
They didn't even get the chance to shoot cool promo materials.
"Lone Star" is cancelled. The show was considered by many to be the best and brightest of the new season, but after two low-rated airings was put out to pasture by Fox. It's a shame too. I was one of the four people who caught the first episode, and really dug it. Yes, it set itself up to be a little soapy but showed a pride and production value that you don't get with many shows nowadays. The network has pulled all future episodes from the schedule and will replace with new episodes of "Lie to Me." And if that doesn't work, there's always "House" re-runs. As anyone with the USA Network knows. (EW)
I know “Lone Star” is Fox’s big push for the fall and a lot of critics like it already, but I wasn’t into it. It may just be personal taste, but I just don’t care about con artists and oil companies in Texas. Maybe that’s your thing, but here’s what I didn’t like about it.
First of all, there are so many turns in the first episode that you can’t really get a handle on what you’re watching. Maybe three surprises an episode is exciting, but it doesn’t give you any time to get involved before it pulls the rug out from under you. Not that the twists are unpredictable.
More after the jump…
"Lone Star" is Fox’s biggest push for the new TV season. It’s their hour-long drama about a con artist playing both sides in the Texas oil industry. Relative newcomer James…
Looks like China's a little bit touchy about that whole being a communist superpower thing. A state-run paper is miffed that producers of Red Dawn have chosen to villify them in the upcoming remake, instead of the Soviet Union as they did in the original. Problem is, there is no Soviet Union anymore. We crushed them after watching the original Red Dawn. Oh hey, I think I see their point."Despite the world's focus on U.S.-China relations in the strategic and economic dialogue and their increasing economic connections, China can still feel U.S. distrust and fear, especially among its people. Americans' suspicions about China are the best ground for the hawks to disseminate fear and doubt, which is the biggest concern with the movie Red Dawn."Oh, poor wittle China. Gonna cry? Gonna cry?? China gonna cry? Wh-what are you doing?? No, put that tank back. I was just blogging in a snarky manner. The internet demands it!!! AAAARRRGGGHHHH!!!!! (via Cinematical)
A blonde beauty who is best known for her role as Tyra Collete on the DirecTV/NBC series ‘Friday Night Lights’.
Director: Scott Stewart Cast: Paul Bettany, Denis Quaid, Kate Walsh, Adrianne Palicki, Willa Holland Synopsis: The archangel Michael defends humanity from the apocalypse once God loses faith in his creations. Michael leads strangers who are defending a woman pregnant with the second coming of Jesus.Release Date: January 22, 2010