All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Drama’

Lindsay Lohan To Write Book About Her Crazy Life?

Could it be that Lindsay Lohan will be making a book out of her crazy, drama-filled life? It sure seems that way. According to reports, Lohan has been meeting with various publishers about the possibility of a tell-all book. You read that correctly: We’re not talking one of those polite, ghostwritten novels with vague references to scandals; the sort of …

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Robin Wright Preps for Season 3 of ‘House of Cards’

While season two of Netflix’s House of Cards opened strongly with the viewers – with 670,000 people watching all 13 episodes during its opening weekend – its third season began in hot-water with the state of Maryland. Until April 25, the House of Cards crew did not know whether or not it would be able to continue shooting in its …

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’12 Years A Slave’ Wins Golden Globe for Best Drama

Tonight’s 71st annual Golden Globe awards, hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, was no stranger to surprise wins. One film that was surprising in its lack of abundant wins, however, was “12 Years A Slave.” Despite being nominated seven times, the film only took home one award, and the biggest one of all: Best Film, Drama. ‘Slave’ was also …

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Jim Parsons And All-Star Cast Highlight Ryan Murphy’s Upcoming HBO Film

The news just continues to pile on for the HBO network today. HBO already announced that its hit comedy Girls would be returning for a fourth season, and the premiere date for season four of Game Of Thrones. The most recent news comes for an upcoming film that will air on HBO, which is likely to be up for several …

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House Of Cards: Season 2 Premiere Date Announced

The House Of Cards season 2 premiere date has finally been announced, and fans of the show will be excited to hear that it is not too far off. One of the first Netflix originals, House Of Cards became an Emmy winning show after its first season, gaining a lot of popularity with Netflix users. The binge-watching favorite is back, …

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Sons of Anarchy Kills Major Character

Before you read on, be wary that this article contains major spoilers and plot point discussion for the FX series Sons of Anarchy. If you haven’t seen the show, or the most recent episode, I recommend you stop reading… now. Leading into this week, the boys of SAMCRO were prepared to end their gun-dealing relationship with the real IRA by …

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Jennifer Love Hewitt’s The Client List Is Cancelled

Jennifer Love Hewitt, will have to start looking for work soon, after her drama The Client List just announced its cancellation. The Client List has been cancelled by the Lifetime network after two seasons on the air. She is an actress that has starred in several television shows and films. The Client List was a racy drama, and perhaps too …

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Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst Developing TV Drama

Fred Durst, the front-man for the popular 90’s group Limp Bizkit, is deciding to venture into the realm of television. He is working on developing a drama series that will center around his own life and career. He has recently took a hiatus from music in order to concentrate on production projects in both film and television. Limp Bizkit formed …

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Amazon Turns to Original Dramas, Orders Chris Carter Pilot

For the first time, Amazon Studios is switching its focus from comedy to drama. Amazon has just announced that they’ve greenlit two new drama pilots – both involving some pretty big names. The first is called The After and it’s being written and directed by Chris Carter, the man behind The X-Files (which he created, produced, wrote for, and directed …

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Blake Lively Will Star In The Age Of Adaline

Blake Lively has landed her first film role since her marriage to fellow actor and superstar Ryan Reynolds. The actress is ready to get her career back on track, after being halted because of her recent marriage. She and her husband Reynolds tied the knot just over a year ago. It was recently announced that she will have the starring …

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Marvel’s Agents Of SHIELD Gets Full Season Order

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, quite possibly the most anticipated new show of the fall batch of shows, has been picked up for a full season. This was certainly an expected move to be made, but nonetheless, fans of the new show can rejoice and know that they will be able to watch their new favorite characters for a full 22 …

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Breaking Bad Finishes Strong, Sets Ratings Record

Breaking Bad fans really tuned in for the series finale of the popular drama, giving it a record number of viewers. Breaking Bad has been one of the most popular shows in the last five years and has some very dedicated fans as well. The series tells the story of Walter White (Bryan Cranston), a former high school chemistry teacher …

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Dakota Fanning to Star in Indie Drama, “Franny”

With an already laudable portfolio, actress Dakota Fanny is set to add yet another notch under her belt. This time around, the 19-year-old “Twilight” star along with “Underworld: Awakening” actor, Theo James, will move into the indie circuit. The two are lining up to join veteran actor, Richard Gere in the new production, “Franny.” According to IMDB, “Franny” is an …

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“Walking Dead” Spinoff Announced

The zombie universe is getting ready to expand, and just in time for Halloween. The early phase of developing a spinoff series from AMC’s popular The Walking Dead is currently underway. Though the series is not set for airtime until 2015, the show will be the product of the same masterminds who brought the world The Walking Dead, which includes …

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Breaking Bad Spin-off Picked Up By AMC

Breaking Bad, the show that follows everyone’s favorite meth dealer Walter White, is finally coming to an end in just a few weeks. The show is in its fifth and final season and the fifth season was split into two parts, making the last batch of episodes build in intensity for even longer. Breaking Bad focuses on Walter White, a …

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“House of Cards” Use of Soliloquy

Translated from Latin phrase as “talking to oneself,” soliloquy is a storytelling device that’s been around for centuries. Ever see a character talk directly to an audience when the other actors don’t pay attention? Well, that’s kind of what soliloquy does. It’s a way for a character to explain thoughts or feelings without letting others know what is going on, …

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Breaking Hal: The 2 Best In-Car Freakouts in TV History?

Freak outs are fun to watch. Anyone who’s been by a television can tell you that. Reality shows, television series and even commercials are all simply “peppered” with them. By why do we like to watch? Why is it so awesome to watch another human being completely lose their mind? Actor, Bryan Cranston, is a perfect example of why, in …

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Helen Mirren, as Queen Elizabeth II, Yells at Street Drummers

Dame Helen Mirren is known for playing characters with proper manners, but the actress this weekend used a few choice words when excoriating a group of street performers who were interrupting her performance. According to a Telegraph report, Mirren was dressed as Queen Elizabeth II when she took to a London street and yelled at the performers outside the Gielgud …

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‘Push to Add Drama’ TNT Viral Campaign Gets a Sequel

Remember when TNT launched in Benelux with that really cool ad campaign that set up a big, red button int he middle of a town square? It said “push to add drama,” and when pushed, set a massive series of dramatically staged events into action? If not, check here. Anyway, TNT knows drama. That’s their catchphrase. In order to prove …

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666 Park Avenue Promises Sex, Drama, and Demonic Forces

666 Park Avenue, which is based on the popular novel by author Gabriella Pierce, is scheduled to debut on ABC this fall. The show explores what happens when a young couple moves into an apartment complex that may or may not be the home of nefarious demonic forces. Although I’m not the biggest fan of the shows “Pretty Little Liars” …

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Robert Kirkman Developing Comic ‘Thief of Thieves’ into TV Series with AMC

Robert Kirkman, the creator of the original comic “The Walking Dead”, and the Executive Producer for the TV series adaptation, is now working with AMC on another project: “Thief of Thieves“. Thief of Thieves centers around Conrad Paulson, a thief trying to get out of the game in order to reunite with his estranged wife and son. In order to …

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Push The Red Button To Add Drama In This TNT Ad

TNT knows drama, at least according to their catchphrase. If “drama” includes ambulances, bikini-clad girls on motorcycles, fistfights, bloody shootouts, and tire-screeching getaways, then yes, TNT does indeed know drama. Turner Broadcasting just launched their new TNT cable channel in Benelux, the European region comprising Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg. On the heels of this launch, they’ve also just unveiled …

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Michael Arrington, MG Siegler Out at PandoDaily

Out of the AOL / TechCrunch drama factory came PandoDaily earlier this year. The news site launched as one focused on startups and it looked a lot like “TechCrunch All-Stars.”. Part of the plan was to have TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington as well as fellow CrunchFund partner and current (sometimes) writer for TechCrunch MG Siegler jump (and stay) on as …

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What The Hell’s Going On Over At AOL Huffington Post Media Group?

After some restructuring over at the AOL Huffington Post Media Group, there are conflicting reports as to what actually happened to Arianna Huffington. The New York Times ran a piece yesterday with the headline “Huffington Gains More Control in AOL Revamping.” In that article, Brian Stelter says that part of the “revamp” at the top gives the technology, business development, …

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Former Bing Guy Rips Bing and Its Team

Philip Su is a software engineer at Facebook who spent 12 years working at Microsoft. Now, he’s put out a scathing post about Bing, or more specifically, the people behind Bing. “I was reminded of Bing today during a depressing conversation with a former coworker who soldiers on, nobly, in That Great Darkness,” he writes in the intro.  “Though it’s …

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Arrington to AOL: Sell TechCrunch Back

The TechCrunch drama continues, interestingly enough with a TechCrunch post from founder Michael Arrington himself. More here and here for some background. A year ago when it was revealed that AOL would be acquiring TechCrunch, a big deal was made about how TechCrunch would continue to operate as it always had, free from editorial oversight by AOL. That would mean …

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