Fox has dropped a first look at James Franco in scientist mode for the upcoming Rise Of The Apes.
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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.
Creator Shawn Ryan (“The Shield”) and stars Jason Clarke and Delroy Lindo lay down the law of land on their new Fox show.
Jonah Hill is continuing his laid back domination of the American comedy landscape by launching his own production shingle, JHF.
Here’s a preview of the animated movie ‘Rio.’ The upcoming ‘Rio’ version of Angry Birds for iPhone sounds more promising, because maybe I’ll get to destroy these fowl pheasants.
The new “Bones” spin-off will give America three lovely hours to fall in love with Geoff Stults, who will play the titular Finder.
Tonight, the T.V. gods were merciful, and the Nashville edition of “American Idol” was only an hour long. But despite the more manageable length, it still managed to leave me feeling sore and violated.
New TV shows that, chances are, will be canceled soon.
Cuddy offers up her thoughts on dating a smart-ass misanthropic doctor with a bum leg.
The movie version of Fox’s retired hit drama ’24′ is not dead. It’s just been sitting in a basement, tied to a chair, waiting for Jack Bauer to waterboard the sh*t out of it.
I hate “American Idol.” But, I made one innocent comment about the size of my editor’s wife’s ass, and now I’m stuck on recap duty.
In the end, it turns out the autistic boy’s life was the collective dream of everyone on the show ‘St. Elsewhere.’
Fox Studios is switching up ‘Apes’ and ‘Penguins.’ Scheduling movies sounds like running a damn, dirty zoo.
The ubiquitous Nick Stahl has joined the cast for the television pilot Locke & Key, a Fox project that had originally been slated for summer consideration.
The show, produced by Steven Spielberg, is about a family from the future who go back to the time of dinosaurs to start a new life for humanity. And dinosaurs eat them while they’re on the toilet, we hope.