This magician probably never saw this one coming. He attempts to show a little boy named Murray a magic trick using a deck of cards. The problem is, this little boy figures the trick out before he gets to show it. This absolutely stuns the magician who's left speechless.
The first rule of a magic is "a magician never reveals their tricks." In this case, he didn't have too, this young boy knew right away what he was up do. Murray immediately notices something isn't quite right and tells the live audience what the problem is. Unfortunately, this magician doesn't know how to disappear, and he simply has the audience give Murray a round of applause. This will crack you up!more >>
Season 4 of "Chicago Fire" is a month away; however, it seems that there are already a lot of things reported that can be expected from the show. With the major cliff-hangers last season, including Casey's disappearance and the dead stripper in Dawson's apartment, it seems there are more waiting for fans when the new season enters.
First would be Casey's struggle with her abduction. As followers of the show remember, Casey was kidnapped in the finale, by Nesbitt alongside his employees. Although it has already been confirmed by TVGuide that he will be found, it seems that his terrible experience won't end there. Executive producer Matt Omlstead talked more about what challenges Casey has to go through after the kidnapping. He shared to TVLine that he has to deal with "what he had to do to survive that ordeal, which would haunt a lot of people. He had to punch his way out." It is said that escape won't be easy an d he will have to go through some traumatic things which would explain why it would keep resonating in his mind even after all has passed.
As for the romance aspect of the show, two things will develop. First would be Casey and Dawson's romance. Despite Casey having to deal with what seems to be PTSD from his kidnapping, it doesn't seem like it's going to hinder much in developing a strong relationship with the pregnant Dawson. It is said that Casey will be ready to take on the fatherhood role but may have second thoughts on being with Dawson romantically. more >>
"Arrow" may be getting a bit of a reboot this season. With so many changes coming in to the newly renamed Star City, it would go the same for Oliver Queen's (Stephem Amell) life. It won't all just be changes, as addition of characters here and there has already been confirmed. At this point, news about the upcoming season is circulating one after the other, including the much-awaited appearance of John Constantine (Matt Ryan).
It has made fans of the NBC-canceled show ecstatic to know that it wasn't the last time they saw their favorite Hellblazer. There hasn't been an explanation as to how Constantine just happens to be in Star City, but what is definite is that he will be playing a major part in the resurrection of Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) as the White Canary. He will be the key in getting Sara out of Lazarus' pit and would be the prerequisite for her later migration to DC's "Legends of Tomorrow."
Recently, executive producer Marc Guggenheim was interviewed by Superhero Hype, in which he talked more about how Constantine fits into the current Arrow story line. He shared, "When you see him in the show, honestly it feels like we're doing a Constantine/Arrow crossover, and it's so exciting… We're just really glad we got the chance to extend Matt Ryan's run as Constantine by at least one more hour of television. I think you'll see he fits very neatly into our universe. It never feels forced, it feels right. Stephen's on-screen vibe with Matt is just very natural, it's as if these guys had been working together forever. I think people are really going to love the episode. John Badham (WarGames, Saturday Night Fever) directed it and it was just a happy circumstance, but John had also directed an episode of Constantine. It all works, and it works really effortlessly. It worked effortlessly with a lot of effort, I should say. I can't wait for people to see that episode. If you thought it was a thrill just to see that one shot of Matt in the trailer, wait til you see a whole episode with him." more >>
Seventeen-year-old Charli Beard selects her grandfather's favorite song, "Change Is Gonna Come," to perform in font of U.K.'s "X Factor" judges and sweeps everyone off their feet.
Winning the crowd over can be tough, especially if you don't bring something new to the table. Charli's golden voice and song selection worked out for her in this leg of the competition. Even the judges cheered her performance. SHARE this video if you want to help bring positive change to someone's life!
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Although a few months have already passed since Jon Snow had met his demise in the "Game of Thrones" season 5 finale, many are still in denial that he is completely out of the picture. Theories started to come up and everyone began to take their pick on which is the most plausible. However, this time, Kit Harrington himself, who plays Jon Snow, may have given a hint that there is a future waiting for him in the show.
Harrington, along with the directors, has continuously confirmed that Jon Snow is dead. Their reiteration of the fact is almost believable until images of season 6 filming started to surface. A recent gathering of the cast in Belfast for shooting included Harrington, which has started discussions everywhere that he will once again be back this upcoming season. Aside from Belfast, he seems to be seen just where production is, such as in Northern Ireland, which makes many think that it must be more than just coincidence.
According to Screen Rant, Harrington was recently interviewed by Humo, a Belgium magazine, where he might have accidentally gave a clue about his further appearances in the show. During the interview, he mentioned how he seemingly has no time to take on more movie roles to which the magazine pointed out that he should have more free time now that he's not in the show. He answers, "The important thing is that I now know exactly how long I am still under contract, and in the meantime—" Suddenly, the interviewer interrupted and asked how many seasons more is he signed on for, in which Harrington was quick to know he might have slipped as he says, "Nice try (laughs). I can't talk about that. Let's just say that Game of Thrones will remain a part of my life for a while, I'll probably be in my thirties when it's over. One thing's for sure: the day I'm no longer on Thrones is the day I'll bury myself in movie projects (laughs)." more >>
Many fans of "Continuum" had been surprised and ecstatic that the show finally came back. Its long hiatus actually somehow drained hope that a return would still ever happen. Luckily, the show pulled through, and now, the fourth and final season is on its way.
Episode 2 featured a lot of Alec and Emily's struggle to continue their relationship. It also featured an appearance from someone bearing warnings of the events that could most likely alter the future. These warnings were delivered by a future Kellogg who used a holographic medium to inform the present-day Kellog about saving his future.
Kellogg then focused on Alec and was more than surprised to realize that Alec's priorities are topped by Emily before anything else. This means he is willing to compromise just about anything for her and so Kellogg decided to focus on how he can use this to manipulate Alec. Meanwhile, Keira, unaware of the threats, tried to stop what Kellogg was doing to Alec by negotiating with him but Kellogg does not listen to her as he is determined to exploit Alec as his powers dictate him to do so. more >>