“Avatar” may not have won the Oscar for best film this year, but it did sweep the 36th annual Saturn Awards.
The James Cameron film took home 10 trophies, including best science fiction film presented by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films at the Castaway restaurant in Burbank according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The sci-fi mega-hit also earned best actor and actress honors for its stars Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana.
Americans are having a love affair with soccer, and the ratings are up to prove it.
According to a report in Mediaweek, the first 14 matches of the World Cup as seen on ESPN and ABC have delivered an average of 3.35 million viewers, which is a 64 percent increase from the same period in 2006.
The USA-England match, which ended in a tie on June 12, drew 13 million viewers to ABC, making it the most-watched first round World Cup game in U.S. broadcast history.
In an interview with G4's "Attack of the Show," "Lost" Emmy award winner Michael Emerson revealed that there is an "epilogue, a lost scene" on the upcoming "Lost" DVD collection that was not part of the series finale this past Sunday.
Emerson hinted that it will be around 14 minutes in length, and will explain more about what happened after Jack died on the island and Hurley and Ben took over as its protectors.
We were given an idea in one of the final scenes that these two were on the island for a long period of time, in an exchange between the two characters while in purgatory, but this is the first time we've been told that we might actually see some footage of their time "in charge."
It’s been hours since the series finale of “Lost,” and fans are still trying to figure it all out.
On Twitter, #Lostfinale has been a persistent trending topic as users alternately hail the series end as the best.thing.ever, express their (sometimes extreme) disappointment or just tweet their confusion.
It's gotten to the point that other users are using the hashtag just to get their tweets seen by the hundreds still talking about it. Yet like with any series finale, one can never expect reactions to fall overwhelmingly in one category. Inevitably, some walk away satisfied, while others are left frustrated with unanswered questions, and still others are dealing with feelings of sadness, unable to “let go” of their favorite show.
Those advertisements during the "Lost" series finale on Sunday night didn't come cheap. According to Ad Age, they went for $900,000 a pop.
There was certainly a lot of them too: the episode clocked in at one hour and 45 minutes, which meant there were 45 minutes of various commercials and promos.
Target took advantage of the moment with various ads featuring the smoke monster, the Swan station and more, cementing the event as the "Geek Super Bowl."
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