Last night’s Sons of Anarchy season premiere was chaotic: Sodomy, nude heroin use, torture porn, shootouts, prison fights, drowning a man in a tub of urine, adultery, and a child gunning down his classmates with a semi-automatic? Kim Coates warned us about the insanity that would ensue in season six, but we turned a deaf ear and tuned-in anyway. Welcome back to Charming, y’all.
Friday Night Lights may have closed the door on Eric and Tami Taylor (Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton), but thanks to Netflix, complete DVD packages, and obsessive Tumblrs, new audiences are being introduced to the world of Texas football every day. And with a slew of big-time roles in the coming months, your favorite Dillon residents will never be that far away.
It used to be that the hottest stars in Hollywood would never deign to leave the movies to join television, but this fall, movie stars are invading television. We can’t wait to welcome the 10 hotties on this list into our homes on a week to week basis.
Were Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher seen together in Los Angeles? An old letter proves James Franco was a rambunctious teen, and Chris Hemsworth might have to study up before his role in the next Avengers film.
FX hit Sons of Anarchy returns tonight at 10/9c, and fans are revving their engines to see how the show’s beloved motorcycle club will fare after the significant fracture that occurred in season five’s nail-biting finale. To get some insight into where the hyper-intense “biker soap opera” is headed over the next few months, VH1 caught up with actor Kim Coates before he made his way to the SOA set last week.
These stars have had their faces pasted all over billboards and tabloids, but occasionally they hide their gorgeous complexions from the masses. This includes the dashing George Clooney, the hilarious Ty Burrell and so many others. We’ve got ads from 15 big celebrities who’ve concealed their identities for popular commercials. Can you peg the famous voices?
You don’t have to give us the whole Miranda Priestly speech to remind us that what happens on the runway really does affect our everyday lives. But then again, when you look through these photos of Rihanna, Martha Stewart,Christina Hendricks, Kerry Washington, Justin Bieber, Kanye West and other famous folks in the front row of the Spring 2014 shows at Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week, you wouldn’t be blamed if you thought these were people watching a life-saving surgery, or a lecture on pre-emptive military strikes. Read more…
It felt like yesterday that we were sitting down to find out if Joey and Dawson would ever go all the way or learning about the crazy life of strangers on True Life. Fifteen years ago I was definitely too young to understand what Sex and the City was actually about or appreciate the impact of TRL (then Total Request Live). The same year brought us Felicity, who won the heart of America and later lost it when she cut her hair. It was TV’s first introduction to Aaron Sorkin who launched his small screen writing career with Sports Night. It was also the year that introduced us to Ryan Reynolds and Ryan Gosling. It was 1998. And it feels like forever ago.
There’s an old saying that Hollywood is out of ideas. That may be true, but looking at the Fall TV comedy lineup, it’s clear that Hollywood isn’t out of children. Pretty much every single new comedy this fall is about children. So, it may seem like there are children everywhere. Hoards of children, scores of tweens, infinite amounts of teens… In reality, though, there are maybe only five kids you’ll see all year on network comedy.