“Hold the onions” -FOX.
Twentieth Century Fox’s marketing team knows: the more words you add to a title, the more money you will make. That is science fact.
This is it, folks. The “House” episode Thirteen fans have been waiting for.
Hugh Jackman made a statement at CinemaCon today, in an effort to slice up the evil villain Malaise-O, who has kidnapped the film’s production since director Aronofsky’s departure.
The biggest surprise of the spring crop of midseason shows. I didn’t expect to like it, but it’s actually a lot of fun.
The Farrelly Brothers need actors more… in their current league. They got Will Sasso from “MadTV.”
The Fox lot, which was constructed in an alternate universe where “Fringe” is a hit, ordered more episodes to fill the black hole that is Friday evenings.
Running a network takes a lot of work, and more importantly, a lot of original programing. Here are nine possible shows that will get the ball rolling.
There’s no way these two properties could resist bird-sexing each other.
I find myself rooting for a band I haven’t listened to in ten years as they crusade against a television show I’ve never even seen.
If the Farrelly’s screw this one up, angry Three Stooges fans will not be giving them a hall pass.
Maybe you should finally finish your novel.
It doesn’t even matter if ‘Terra Nova’ is good. Just put dinosaurs on my TV every week, please.
Fox has dropped a first look at James Franco in scientist mode for the upcoming Rise Of The Apes.
Get your mouse finger ready.
The blacklisted screenplay ‘Murdoch’ is an “intimate family drama” about the ultra-powerful News Corp CEO, full of good old fashioned family backstabbing.
Harry Houdini is joining the ranks of Sherlock Holmes, Edgar Allan Poe, and Leonardo Da Vinci. That’s right. He’s the latest historical figure to inexplicably get the action hero makeover.
I think potential hardcore fans are already planning the “save this show” campaign, for when it inevitably gets cancelled too soon.
I’m not sure what to make of “American Idol.” With only 100 contestants left, most of the people I hate have been sent home. And since I’m incapable of love, I feel empty and alone, much like the 50 losers from last night’s “solo night” show.
Howie Mandel, that merry prankster, is at it again with a hidden camera special on Fox. That’s what I would say if I was amused by Howie Mandel.
If you see anyone singing in the streets today, they are probably fans of watching Kiefer Sutherland run around and try to prevent bad things from happening. He’s signed on for a new Fox drama where he’ll do exactly that.
He gave us a few juicy details about the rest of the first season, but one thing that really sounds cool is an idea he hasn’t written yet.
Last night was “group night” on “American Idol,” which is much less exciting than it sounds to an Internet-porn addict, like myself. Never the less, I watched all two hours of the program in order to describe it in detail to you, the reader. Congrats.
The upcoming FOX comedy pilot “Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apt. 23″ has nabbed a prime celebrity guest star.
By it’s very nature, Hollywood Week isn’t as fun to watch. Almost, everyone who has made it to this point can sing, so there are no sad, pathetic people to mock and ridicule. As such, we have to settle for the next best thing: reveling in the failure of those who are more talented than us.
Last night was the final episode of the “American Idol” auditions, and what better way to end this sh#t show than with a fart. No, really. The show began with a teary-eyed girl complaining that the judges wouldn’t let her finish after she ripped ass.
Fox is going to transform the ‘Mr. Men’ series of children’s books into an animated feature film, directed by Shawn Levy. No need to panic – I already hit the “Ruining My Childhood” button.
The Super Bowl showed us more than just robots, superheroes, pirates, aliens, topless Olivia Wilde, and douchebags. It also showed us which programs Fox hopes they won’t have to cancel this fall.
Those sons of b#tches at “American Idol” finally broke down and put a crazy homeless dude on national television for everyone to laugh at.
Packs a whole lot of story into its first episode. It’ll either continue at that pace, or settle into a groove based on that foundation. Either way it’s got the potential for some very compelling television.