Alexandra Metz (IMDb)Once Upon a Time has always played fast and loose with lots of fairy tales (Rumpelstiltskin is both the Beast and the Crocodile, Peter Pan is a villain, Snow White's a bad ass with a bow and arrow). But for the most part the show has kept its casting pretty much in line with the traditional Disney versions of characters — specifically the princesses. Ariel (JoAnna Garcia Swisher) has flowing red locks, Cinderella (Jessy Schram) was a blond beauty, and Emilie de Ravin's...Read Full Story
(ABC)The country music scene can be very hazardous to your health — at least on Nashville.After knocking off Juliette's mom and her sober counselor/con artist Dante last season, the ABC soap is planning to add another character to the body count. E! News reports that the series will be killing off a well-known character (and well-known actor) sometime later this season. The site names the following characters as potential targets for a twangy demise:• Rayna (Connie Britton)• Scarlett (Clare...Read Full Story
Getty ImagesOrange is the New Black fans were out of sorts after rumors spread that Laura Prepon would only be back for one measly episode of season 2, but now there's reason to celebrate: She'll reportedly be back for four. At least.
Netflix hasn't responded to this development, but, according to Buzzfeed, Prepon is also negotiating a contract for season three. Hmm. What could this mean for Alex Vause?Apparently there's a variety of factors that led to the change — shooting schedules...Read Full Story
Glee finally returns to the air on Thursday after a lengthy hiatus, which means Demi Lovato fans will finally get the chance to see her love story with Naya Rivera's character Santana unfold. In a new promo video, Demi sheds some light on what it was like to lock lips with her co-star: "I met Naya on the first day of shooting, so I had never met her before and then I had to kiss her," she explains. The upcoming episode features a cover of Katy Perry's mega-hit "Roar" featuring both Demi...Read Full Story
(From NBC)In case you haven't seen it, Saturday Night Live nailed its Wes Anderson horror movie parody when Edward Norton recently hosted the show. Titled The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders, the spot-on imitation was impressively faithful to Anderson's style, right down to the fonts, color palettes, costumes, and shot framing. It turns out all that faithfulness required a LOT of work. SNL's Director of Photography, Alex Buono, put together a very long, very fascinating blog post...Read Full Story