Steven Moffat is a known comic book fan, and while the Doctor could be considered a sort of superhero, there might be a chance for something even more direct showing up in this year's Doctor Who Christmas special.
The Saturday Night Live writers better have their rap-scribing skills dusted off.
The Hamilton star’s gig for that episode, the second of SNL’s 42nd season, will follow Suicide Squad actress Margot Robbie hosting the premiere this Saturday, October 1.
Emily Blunt may also have scored an SNL hosting job, as TVLine posted today, though NBC isn’t commenting on that report. Maybe her Mary Poppins Returns co-star will have some tips on how to host a kickass SNL episode.
Late in the second episode of HBO's Westworld, set in a theme park where visitors act out Wild West fantasies with the help of lifelike robots, the park's visionary co-founder Dr. Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) dresses down Lee Sizemore (Simon Quarterman), a screenwriter who has planned a new storyline for the guests that leans heavily on blood and guts to dazzle them.
The Comedy Central marketing department has gone into overdrive in advance of the show's 20th season. In a stunt sure to please the series' controversy-delighting fans, the network has placed mobile billboards in front of several locations spoofed and/or featured in previous episodes, from the Church of Scientology to the White House to Trump Tower. Needless to say, the publicity stunt hasn't been universally welcomed.
Being an actor is a weird job. They’re literally getting paid to play dress-up. Being an actor in a superhero or sci-fi/fantasy job is even weirder as they are professionally cosplaying for our enjoyment. When the cast of Game of Thrones or Arrow are ready for the director to yell ‘Action!’ they’re still just regular folks who are wondering when lunch is. Or if they remembered to start the washer before they left the house.
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Are you and your fierce ’90s nostalgia irked by the so-called boy bands of today who just stand on a stage and don’t even make the effort to deliver a single synchronized dance move? Well, James Corden is too, and he used tonight’s episode of The Late Late Show to take a stand on this crucial issue.
A review of tonight's Halt and Catch Fire coming up just as soon as I show you the keys to the ladies room and men's bathroom...