This week's episode of the hit TV drama series "Revenge" will see more explosive developments as spoiler reports indicate that show lead Emily Thorne (Emily VanCamp) might come out with one major secret that will ultimately give answer to all the chaos happening in the Hamptons. There's also the talks about the show's season renewal which, as it appears, seemed pretty slim.
Last week's episode titled "Loss" saw the "tragedy" that fell on the avenging Margaux (Karine Vanasse) when she was run over by a yellow taxi cab in New York.
Using this unfortunate event, Margaux will tap on Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) to take over what she started by telling the Grayson matriarch that it was Emily who pushed her into harm's way which, in effect, caused her to lose Daniel's baby. more >>
AMC's hit post-apocalyptic drama TV series "The Walking Dead" will soon be closing its fifth season and the reported 90-minute culmination special will certainly be mind-blowing as it will try to cover every aspect of the season from the conflict inside Alexandria and the mystery behind those W-tattooed zombies.
Following the bloody confrontation which occurred in the last episode titled "Try," Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his group's residency inside the peaceful walled community might be endangered.
Adding more to the dire consequences of his explosive action, the constable might even lose his hold on the his group of survivors. Katana-wielding Michonne (Danai Guirira) knocked Rick out during his blood-stained soliloquy, and it could be indicative of a leadership change. more >>
The upcoming brand new fifth season of the hit supernatural teen drama TV show "Teen Wolf" is now edging closer towards its outing date and fans are hankering for more information about what to expect when the show kicks off once again on the small screen. Here's what we heard:
Avid followers of the show might get some hints in the previous season that there's really something going on between Scott (Tyler Posey) and Kira (Arden Cho) but can't really put it in a definitive way.
This issue might be given attention, pronto, when Season 5 airs live. more >>
Actress Mila Kunis all but admitted she was married after being prodded by late night talk show host James Corden early this week.
"Jupiter Ascending" star Mila Kunis may have given a definite positive answer to ribbing from "The Late Late Show With James Corden" host who egged her to respond to his question on her marital status.
Kunis, 31, who has been engaged to her "That 70's Show" co-star, Ashton Kutcher since 2014, was wearing what was reported to be a diamond wedding ring on the show where she guested with Oscar winner, Tom Hanks. more >>
Author's Notes: Three years ago, I went on a one-week media trip to Cairo, Egypt. The hotel we stayed at during our time there was only a few blocks away from Tahrir Square. I could hear gun shot volleys coming from the square every night around the same time. Halfway between our hotel and the site that can be described as Occupy Wall Street Middle East style, was an evangelical church with its courtyard set up with 12 hospital beds and serving as an emergency room triage. The church-hosted triage had both Christian and Muslim doctors and nurses working together, taking in patients every night we were there. I wrote a 3-part series about my experience in Cairo for The Christian Post (Feb. 12, 2012) upon returning back to the U.S. Below is an edited version of the series put together in its entirety. In light of recent events in that part of the world, I thought it was worth re-posting.
Reporter's View From Cairo: Maybe Our Prayers Were Not Enough
You know things are about to get interesting when during the last leg of your flight, while watching a breaking news summary on the cabin screen, you see images of your destination city in what appears to be full, violent anarchy. more >>
American actress Vivica Fox has signed up to reprise her role in the sequels to 1996's "Independence Day."
20th Century Fox has confirmed Vivica Fox will be making a return run as exotic dancer, Jasmine Dubrow for the June 24, 2016 "Independence Day" sequels.
Director Roland Emmerich himself, who directed the first highly popular film, posted news of Fox's casting on Twitter. She is joining the other original members of the cast returning to the film, including Jeff Goldblum's MIT science geek character, David Levinson, and Bill Pullman's President Thomas Whitmore. more >>