When the action-adventure supernatural TV series "Grimm" celebrated the airing of its 100th episode last November 10, the show's cast members as well as the creative team behind the series got together to celebrate the milestone. According to a report in IGN, reaching the 100th episode milestone is always major for any TV show. During the celebration, cast members were also asked about what Season 5 has in store for the show's loyal fans. Most of them hinted that the coming episodes will bring out more mysteries that are guaranteed to "turn things on their head," as the report said.
In the last aired episode of "Grimm" titled "Lost Boys," the story of Peter Pan and his band of lost boys take a grim turn as a particular group of orphaned children end up abducting Rosalee (Bree Turner) because they wanted her to be their mother. This prompted the boys Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell), Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) to go after them and save Rosalee who is in grave danger as this same group of children may have been responsible for a tragic missing persons case. Adalind, on the other hand, is trying to figure out if she can go back to work.
Towards the end of the episode, it has been revealed that the other Grimm, Trubel (Jacqueline Toboni) was being held captive by some mysterious force as she is the one shown in a cell. According to the actress, when she was asked by IGN about her character, she said that although she still has her weapon of choice (the machete), she looks different. She said this about her character, "Something's changed, and you know something has happened in my life and I'm part of another world sort of. I've been in that world for quite some time and the audience doesn't know that, and you get to finally figure out where this new turn with where Trubel has gone." more >>
The third season of the supernatural action-adventure TV series "Sleepy Hollow" is bringing in all manners of evil into the sleepy town which the Witnesses are desperately trying to stop from happening for the sake of humanity. The coming episode, which is also the show's fall finale, will feature yet another one of these evils, this time courtesy of mystery woman Pandora. Titled "Novus Ordo Seclorum" or "a new order of the ages," the episode will have Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and Agent Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) battle against "a greater evil."
The episode's preview shows a few choice scenes from the episode, which include some creature being resurrected from somewhere, and Ichabod saying that they are "facing a living god," apparently referring to the creature that Pandora may have unleashed. The video also shows another mysterious robed character who looks to be the paramour of Pandora herself. This may be the new evil that Ichabod and Abbie have to deal with this time.
Season 3 has progressed so far showing that Pandora can be considered one of this season's major "baddies." According to a report in CarterMatt, aside from the thriving evil in the town, there are also other things going on that keep Abbie and Ichabod busy. Show regulars Jenny Mills and Joe Corbin encountered their competition in searching for an ancient shard, Sophie Foster, which put Abbie in the sights of Agent Reynolds. The report also speculated on the fate of some of the show's regulars as the fall finale episode approaches. more >>
Nowadays, reality television is aired left and right. With all the drama going on in each episode, it's hard not to wonder whether these things actually happen in real life. With the amount of backstabbing and emotional scenes shown in each episode, it's almost easy to claim that reality TV is just written material portrayed by real people, and Leah Messer of "Teen Mom 2" says exactly just that.
According to Radar Online, Leah Messer has had enough, as she recently went on a Twitter rant after a conversation between her two exes Jeremy Calvert and Corey Simms had taken place. The two met in a local West Virginia pizza place and had discussed problems they had about Messer. Calvert opens up to his former enemy, "She went from being normal to a complete 180." And quickly adds, "Prescription pill problem."
Simms agrees to Calvert by saying, "This drug issue that everybody knows she has is swept under the carpet, and [she] don't want nobody knowing where she went." Simms further shares, "We're the fathers of her children. We need to know what's going on with the mother of our children. Why are you sweeping it under the rug acting like there's no big deal?" more >>
The case of "Secrets and Lies" season 2 continues to be getting bigger. With a whole new cast, except for Juliette Lewis reprising her role as the main character Detective Andre Cornell, the latest one to join the new season is none other than McNally Sagal.
To know which character Sagal is playing, it is important to know the main plot about the second season. It is said that it would feaure Michael Ealy playing Eric Warner, who will be an heir to a big fortune. Having money and love with his new wife, his life will be turned upside down when his wife Atty. Kate Warner, portrayed by Jordana Brewster, is killed and he becomes suspect number 1 for the gruesome murder.
Following the investigation of his involvement with Kate's murder, the inheritance Eric was supposedly be receiving from his father's, John Warner (Terry O'Quinn), private equity firm will be thwarted temporarily until the truth is revealed. Eric also has two younger siblings, Amanda (Mekia Cox) and Partick (Charlie Barnett), who is married to Annalynne McCord. more >>
DC is headed for big things in the following years. Trying to follow in the footsteps of Marvel, DC Entertainment, alongside Warner Bros., will be kicking off the foundation of its cinematic univers with the much-awaited "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." This will be followed months later by the anti-hero group film "Suicide Squad." Both films have already wrapped up with filming, and so it makes sense why the studios are now focusing on the next movies in line, specifically "Wonder Woman" featuring Gal Gadot.
By now, everyone knows that the film will be featuring Chris Pine, as well as Gal Gadot's love interest, Steve Trevor. Recently, ComicZeroes tweeted a picture of Pine on the set of "Wonder Woman" where he is seen wearing something that would be similar to a World War I costume. It was previously confirmed that the movie will feature a setting during this era, as Wonder Woman will be introduced to the world during this time. What has caused confusion, though, are reports that Pine was supposed to be a modern-day Steve Trevor, and so many have been wondering what his costume means and if another love interest is going to come later on.
However, according to a rumor reported by Heroic Hollywood, it may be possible that Pine will be playing two characters in the film. First would be Steve Trevor's grandfather who lived in World War I and helps Diana/Wonder Woman defeat Ares. The second character would none other be Steve Trevor himself. It is supected that Diana will cross paths once more with a descendant of Grandfather Trevor in the modern day, and Steve looks exactly like his grandfather. He will perhaps play another key part in defeating Ares once more. more >>
DC definitely knows how to get TV fans excited for their show. Despite being able to maintain the interesting separate story lines of their two shows, "Arrow" and "Flash," the studio has been able to spice things up every now and then by bringing the two heroes together for a special crossover episode. However, there will be more happenings in the upcoming crossover as it will simply not just feature the two but will also introduce new characters and show a connection to the much-awaited third DC television series, "DC's Legends of Tomorrow."
According to Screen Rant, new characters Carter Hall/Hawkman, played by Falk Hentschel, and Kendra Saunders/Hawkgirl, portrayed by Ciara Renée, are confirmed to be appearing in the next crossover. Kendra will apparently enter the "Flash" story line as Cisco's possible love interest, while Carter can be expected when the story moves to the "Arrow" setting. The synopsis released for the episode reveals crucial events that will be happening and also mentions Vandal Savage (Casper Crump), who is one of the big bads for "Legends of Tomorrow." Apparently, Kendra and Cisco will be attacked by Vandal, and Barry will seek Oliver's help to keep Kendra safe. However, it will get more complicated when a winged-man will enter the scene and sweep Kendra off. Alongside this synopsis is a picture showing a lineup of the Arrow team, specifically Arrow, Thea, Diggle, and Laurel with Flash, Hawkgirl, and Hawkman.
This crossover synopsis somehow coincides with a "Legends" synopsis, which states "Oliver and Barry Allen take Kendra Saunders and Carter Hall to a remote location to keep them hidden from Vandal Savage while they figure out how to defeat him. Malcolm arranges a meeting between Vandal, Green Arrow and The Flash that doesn't go as planned. Meanwhile, Felicity, Thea, Diggle and Laurel work with Team Flash to come up with a weapon powerful enough to destroy Vandal Savage." This plot given away by the episode summary may be a clue as to why Hawkman and Hawkgirl are seen in chains in a promo picture at some point, as perhaps they will be temporarily be captured by Vandal. more >>