This week on the hit musical comedy-drama TV series "Glee," sneak peek reveals some behind-the-scenes featuring one cast member performing his original song created for the show.
Spoiler reports from Enstarz.com pointed out Darren Criss, who plays Blaine Anderson on the show, will be singing a song he originally wrote titled "Rise" for the next Glee episode. The media outlet revealed that Criss was asked "a lot over the years" if he could compose a number exclusively for the series.
"Over the past couple of years people have asked me, 'Are you ever going to have one of your songs on the show?' So in the final season it finally came up and it's an honor that they let me do this," the actor said. more >>
Fans are getting more hooked in the unexpected twists and turns of the hit comedy drama TV series from The CW, "Hart of Dixie" Season 4 and this week, one character will feel like he's being forgotten.
A report from TV Fanatic pointed out that tonight's segment will tackle on Brick's (Tim Matheson) 61st birthday. However, he feels disappointed because apparently, everyone forgets about his special day.
Will the day tread on without someone from Bluebell greeting the elderly a "Happy Birthday?" more >>
The sequel to the 2004 Disney and Pixar Studio's "The Incredibles" is currently in development, and while no release date has yet been announced, news and spoilers have emerged online in the recent months.
"The Incredibles 2" remains the development stage, and with no word about the release date from Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios, fans have had to content themselves with a host of spoilers and plot details of the much anticipated animated superhero film that have made their around the Internet.
Brad Bird, who is returning to write and direct the sequel, has made no announcement of a release date, and even the cast of the second film still remains a mystery. more >>
The first-ever film based on the Australian megachurch Hillsong is set to premiere in May, offering audiences everywhere the chance to partake in their world-famous worship services.
"Hillsong – Let Hope Rise" chronicles Hillsong UNITED's journey from humble beginnings into what is considered one of the most famous Christian worship bands in the world today. Furthermore, as one of the film's producers Jon Bock pointed out, "Let Hope Rise" will continue leading people to Jesus upon its release date on May 29.
"Everything Hillsong does is about one name only, and that's Jesus," Bock told The Christian Post. "Everything they do, everything they're about, is leading people toward Jesus. And that's what the goal of the film is as well." more >>
Without a doubt, Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould's spin-off to their hugely-popular "Breaking Bad" series, "Better Call Saul" is certainly a show that can stand on its own without getting overshadowed with the former's success.
However, it can't be helped that "Breaking Bad" fans yearn for someone from the show to appear in the Bob Odenkirk-led prequel.
Now, a recent casting report from Variety pointed out that Aaron Paul's famous Jesse Pinkman might get a spotlight or at least appear in "Better Call Saul." more >>
Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, and Coca-Cola are among 379 companies that filed a friend-of-the-court brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of same-sex marriage. The brief asks the high court to overturn a lower court's ban on gay marriage in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.
The brief, filed by law firm Morgan Lewis on Thursday, argues that state law that prohibits same-sex marriage hampers the ability of employers to recruit and retain the most talented employees in those states.