"Hannibal" show creator Bryan Fuller revealed a lot more than expected for the show's upcoming season at the recent Comic-Con in San Diego. He hinted that past characters who died, or survived, will be returning, and he also revealed what will be the entire focus of season three.
Fuller disclosed what happens next after the gruesome season two finale. After Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) attacked Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne), he was able to find time to slash the throats of Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and Abigail Hobbs (Kacey Rohl), while Dr. Alana Bloom (Caroline Dhavernas) was pushed out of a window.
The show runner disclosed that there will be a one-year time jump after the events of the season 2 final episode. He also revealed that Dr. Frederick Chilton (Raul Esperza), Dr. Abel Gideon (Eddie Izzard) and Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) are all expected to make appearances on season 3. Fishburne has already confirmed that he will be returning to the show. more >>
Earlier in the week, "The Vampire Diaries" star Nina Dobrev took to Instagram to poke fun at the rumors that suggested that she was dating almost every man she was seen with in public.
At the Teen Choice 2014 Awards, Dobrev was able to get co-presenter Kellan Lutz in on the fun as he appeared to be very hesitant to stand near her as they presented the Choice Movie Actress: Action/Adventure award to Shailene Woodley.
In the hilarious skit, Lutz acted as if he was not comfortable standing next to her at the microphone, and when Dobrev asked Lutz about it, he said it's because he doesn't want people to think that he's her boyfriend. more >>
On the latest episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," Bruce Jenner didn't seem to find it funny when his estranged wife, Kris, decided to experiment with marijuana for her neck pain. The marijuana was brought to their home by Kris' mom, M.J. Shannon, who has battled both breast and colon cancer and is now facing other health issues.
"I think you should do it with me," Shannon tells Kris as she pulled out marijuana gummy bears.
The Kardashian matriarch didn't seem to find anything wrong with a bit of experimentation. more >>
Expect to see more of the growing children of "Downton Abbey" on the show's upcoming season. Recently, new photos of the young cast have been revealed.
One features Miss Sybil Branson, daughter of the late Lady Sybil and Tom Branson (Allen Leach) who will be played by Fifi Hart, age 4. Another photo is of Master George Crawley, son of Lady Mary and the late Matthew Crawley, and also the heir apparent to the Earldom. Master George will be played by 3-year-old twins Oliver and Zac Barker.
A trailer for the new season shows Mr. Carson talking about changes. The images shown in the last teaser trailer features the grand abbey's perfectly manicured grounds, which indicates the aristocratic way of having everything fixed to the point of perfection. But Mr. Carson, who leads the staff of Downton Abbey, feels that something new is about to happen. more >>
Casting rumors and spoiler updates are already on the rise with the coming of HBO's hit drama series "True Detective" season 2 and fans are already wondering who else will be joining the show.
Latest chatters are suggesting that there will be two female names that will be included in the new roster.
First off, there's the "Mad Men" star Elizabeth Moss' involvement to the rumored lead role. The 32-year-old actress recently shed light on speculation, revealing that she was actually surprised with the said rumors. more >>
Season 16 of the popular reality television show "The Biggest Loser" is returning huge with 20 former athletes that will try to get back to their fighting weight, according to reports.
The upcoming season's theme, "Glory Days," is a spot on as there will be former NFL pros, Olympians and college players aiming to return to their athletic builds from years ago.
The show will also feature the expertise of the two new trainers: Jessie Pavelka, fitness expert and TV host, and Jennifer Widerstrom, who is set to replace Jillian Michaels. Fans will also see trainer Dolvett Quince and Alison Sweeney return as hosts. more >>