In "Premium Rush," Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Wilee, a hard-charging, no-brakes (literally) bike messenger regularly dodges disaster delivering packages throughout Manhattan. His day gets considerably more dangerous, however, when he's given a mysterious envelope to deliver "premium rush" -- and finds himself a hunted man. As you might expect, the movie is a non-stop thrill ride that will either make viewers want to grab their own bikes and hit the streets -- or retreat to the relative safety of a taxi.
The stars talk 'bike vision' as well as tackling NYC on two wheels
Alex Wong and other familiar faces return to the show
The all-stars are back! The all-stars are back! But before we got to exactly which all-stars will be joining out top ten dancers on "So You Think You Can Dance," we have an opening tribute to Gene Kelly. I get the concept; we have a smattering of costumes from his most famous roles, a dollop of his most famous steps, but it all feels a little disjointed and hard to watch to me -- and I love Gene Kelly. It's not an auspicious start to the episode, but let's hope things improve from here. Our guest judge tonight is Benjamin Millepied, who is the founder of the L.A. Dance Project. And guess what? There's going to be a performance from L.A. Dance Project tonight!
The women get a vacation and the men get stereotyped
It's a work wear challenge, but will the designers work one another over?
Well, hopefully everything is going to balance out now that the major bailing is over on "Project Runway." Remain calm, designers! Ah, we start off with the usual bitching and bonding. Raul LOVES Christopher. He's made a connection with him. A connection he hasn't had in a long time. Do I hear showmance? What is this, "The Bachelor"?
The new trailer shows Sue's baby and Rachel's run-in with... Kate Hudson?
Ryan Murphy tweeted, "So exciting... Season Four, here we come!" along with a link to a promo for "Glee" on Wednesday, giving fans of the show a chance to see exactly what's new and different this year. The answer is, of course, almost everything. Sue (Jane Lynch) has had her baby, and she's working with Will (Matthew Morrison) to keep New Directions on track. Kurt (Chris Colfer) brings "The Glee Project"'s Alex Newell to the choir room, and Rachel (Lea Michele) faces off with her NYADA instructor Kate Hudson. But watch for yourself -- and remember to set your DVRs for "Glee"'s return on Thurs. Sept. 13, 9:00 p.m. on Fox.
The hamsters duke it out in a Zingbot-themed challenge
So, Wil and Joe are on the block, and really, anything could happen. Someone could get backdoored (or at least that's what Dan keeps yapping about), Joe could lose his mind and smash in all the hamsters' heads while they're sleeping (can't rule it out), or Boogie could keel over from a heart attack or some age-related disease and throw off the game completely. So, let's get to it!
Ballet superstars Michael Nunn and Billy Trevitt are the guest judges
The Olympics are over, so that means it's time for an all-new, all-live performance/elimination double header of "So You Think You Can Dance"! Cat is wearing Heidi hair to celebrate! Even better, the entire show is dedicated to the work of one choreographer: Mia Michaels. Oh, and four people (two guys, two gals) are going home. Yay. Not.
Amelia, Dareian, Chehon, George and Will talk to HitFix
After a brief Olympic hiatus, "So You Think You Can Dance" is returning to the air tonight. I got a chance to talk to some of the competitors during the TCAs and discovered not everyone is thrilled with the new, shorter format, though everyone's thrilled to be doing what they love best -- dancing. Here's what Will Thomas, George Lawrence II, Amelia Lowe, Chehon Wespi-Tschop had to say about being accepted, the toughest genre, and why they aren't reading their critics.
This NatGeo show explores the weirdest of the weird
Know what a looner is? It's not a kind of eclipse; it's what some people call balloon fetishists. In this clip from "Taboo: Strange Passions" (premiering Sun. Aug. 19 at 10:00 p.m. ET), viewers will be invited to step inside the world of a balloon lover as well as several other people who've made quirky lifestyle choices. This clip is suitable for work, if you're wondering -- our balloon fetishists admits romantic feelings for his inflatable love interests, but it never gets too freaky. Well, if you can get past the fact the guy loves balloons. Really, really loves them. Watch an exclusive clip below.
It's the big finale - which one of the final three will make the cut?
It's the big finale, and our final three will be competing for a chance at getting a character arc of seven episodes on "Glee." Considering that "The Glee Project" has been a lot more entertaining than "Glee" lately, I'm not sure if this is the big reward it used to be, but everyone seems excited about it nonetheless.