Where in the world is Neal Caffrey?
That's the question “White Collar” fans have been asking since the season 3 finale cliffhanger, and they're finally going to learn the answer to that question when "White Collar's" con-man-turned-FBI-consultant reappears in an exotic location in Tuesday's season 4 premiere.
You might recognize Jason Ritter’s face from a lot of movies and TV shows without even realizing it.
He’s Mark Cyr on “Parenthood,” the English teacher who, in the season 3 finale (spoiler alert!), proposed to Sarah Braverman. He also played Sean Walker on “The Event” and the paraplegic Kevin Girardi on “Joan of Arcadia.” In movies, he has survived “Freddy vs. Jason”; portrayed Jeb Bush in “W.”; and also a romantic video store clerk in the acclaimed “Good Dick.”
But Ritter’s latest role, in the Disney Channel's comedy-adventure series, “Gravity Falls,” has him in a completely different environment.
[The post below contains spoilers for the season 6 premiere of "Burn Notice."]
We told you that USA Network heats up in the summer, and tonight marks the return of “burned” spy Michael Westen (Jeffrey Donovan) and a new season of “Burn Notice.”
The series follows the Miami-based Westen as he uses his intelligence training to solve cases for ordinary people while also trying to figure out who blacklisted him, and season 6 begins tonight at 9 p.m. ET.
After appearing in heavyweight movies like “Seven Pounds" and “For Colored Girls," Michael Ealy's been looking to lighten the mood.
The 38-year-old actor, who's also starred in acclaimed series like “Californication” and “The Good Wife,” is currently bringing laughs as part of the ensemble cast in the romantic comedy “Think Like a Man,” which grossed over $30 million in its opening weekend.
And in USA Network’s new series “Common Law,” which premieres Friday at 10 p.m. ET, Ealy's set to show even more of his comedic side.
It's hard to think of today's action-packed blockbusters or fantasy/science-fiction films being made without computer-generated visual effects.
Can you imagine Andy Serkis performing as Gollum in the "Lord of the Rings" franchise without a rendered mask that mirrors his facial expression?
As marvelous as the technology is, many of us remember a time when the creatures that existed only in our imaginations came alive on film after hours of painstakingly building and molding them ... by hand.
Fact: You can't just decide that the “Teenage MUTANT Ninja Turtles” will suddenly become aliens in an upcoming reboot and get away with it quietly.
Ticked off “TMNT” fans, including some of the original voice actors, have now forced producer Michael Bay to respond.
On Tuesday, the “Transformers” filmmaker published a statement on his website asking the outraged to calm down.
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