Like us on Facebook. Posted February 17, 2017 by Kelly Woo”Are we more like Iron Man or Spider-Man?” wonders one of the “Power Rangers” in the new trailer for the movie about the teen superheroes.Maybe a bit of both, actually. “Power Rangers” opens in theaters March 24.Want more stuff like this? The new trailer shows that these teens certainly know how to crack a line, all while brimming with excitement at the prospect of wearing really cool armored suits, wielding really cool gadgets, and kicking not-so-cool villainous butt in the form of Rita Repulsa (a wonderfully campy Elizabeth Banks).There’s not a ton of new footage, though we get a first glimpse at Red Ranger (Darce Montgomery) using the signature Power Sword. The best part of the trailer comes at the end, when Bill Hader’s robotic assistant Alpha 5 gets in a few punches and screams “Yeah! Power Rangers!” like the kid inside all of us.

So violent, they end up coming scary-close to putting the people Charles has sworn to protect in comas — or, as we latter learn, in the grave.The performance is a tricky mix of comedic and heartwarming, haunted and heroic, and it’s one Stewart pulls off effortlessly.His best scene, and one of his last, occurs in the second act, after Logan has carried him to bed before embarking on a side mission with the farmer and father who has taken them in. But the real revelation comes toward the film’s third act, when she finally speaks — and punches Logan in the face. One that makes it hard to let go of Jackman’s iconic take on the character. Posted February 17, 2017 by Phil Pirrello[SPOILERS AHEAD. 2. That takes balls to give the audience a lump in their throat as they leave the theater.An effort that hopefully sends them back in for a second viewing. Before he can see whether or not Logan takes his aforementioned poignant, haunting advice. People who love each other. (Unless you count passing off sage wisdom and exposition from the confines of a cool wheelchair interesting.)Maybe 15 minutes in, we’ve heard Charles say the word “fu**” or its derivative several times. Sometimes, it does so by pulling on the heartstrings in ways that make your eyes leak tears the way Wolverine’s hands pop claws.Of all the Wolverine films, “Logan” comes closest to being the best. Worse, he’s murdered. He dies realizing X-23, his daughter/clone, can go on being something different than the lab made her to be. And even worse, he dies before he can get to the tranquil life on the ocean Logan’s been saving up and chasing down for him. MAJOR ONES. DO NOT READ UNTIL YOU HAVE SEEN “LOGAN.” I’m serious. He goes out not in a blaze of glory, or even with a chance to kill the one baddie our hero has a legit beef with. The movie double-downs on what this all means for our weary hero — he drinks constantly to numb the pain that his broken healing factor no longer can, he clings to the belief that he “sucks” at caring about people because “bad sh**” happens to all the people worthy of his care. Charles tells Logan something we’ve heard only in voiceover in the second trailer, which comes off even more powerful in the completed scene: “This is what life looks like… There are a lot of good-to-great beats in “Logan.” These five make it the hardest to say goodbye. Wolverine’s Last StandThe final fight, as refreshing as it is not taking place inside a factor or lair or involving a repeat of the crap that mired the ending of “The Wolverine,” it doesn’t quite pack the visceral or emotional payoff necessary to fully bring it home. Like, IN-ALL-CAPS SERIOUS.]RIP, Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine.The actor has spent the better part of two years promoting “Logan” as his #OneLastTime donning the claws and tank top. A man who has killed more people than he’s had hot meals, a man who sees every one of those deaths in his sleep and wakes up forced to live with that blood on his hands. The R-Rated “Berserker” Action “SNIKT!” indeed. Feel it. Gone are Wolverine’s spandex and unique hair. In their place, lots of claws through the head and face. (The reveal of which is better left for seeing in theaters). It’s about the cost that saving the world has on the very tortured man trying to defend it. But credit must be given to Mangold for ending his R-rated, big-budget Marvel movie on an emotional note. Keen’s performance gets increasingly complex as the story demands X-23 shed some tears in battle, in a scene the gives the young actor a chance to (mostly) hold her own opposite a veteran like Jackman. That’s worth the price of admission, but “Logan” has more in store for the X-Men’s caretaker and father figure. Remember how Professor X stops time in the first two X-Men films? You still have time…”Sadly, time runs out for Charles at the hands claws of a surprise assailant. Instead, our favorite X-Men is rocking a grey beard and grey hair as he embarks on his darkest and most violent adventure yet.Director and co-writer James Mangold set out to deliver a definitive and R-rated comic book movie for adults. Their impact fades quicker than we had hoped, given the character’s legacy and popularity. 1. Well, it’s even more refreshing to watch.”Logan” is largely a character-first western that happens to be a Wolverine movie. Patrick Stewart’s Very Old Charles XavierHoly shit, you guys — Stewart delivers an all-timer performance in a role that was previously not given enough interesting things to do throughout the entire franchise. That the tragic hero still has time to give himself (at least) a sense of a life worth living — he just has to slash through a bunch of bodies first.In between all the claw-happy set pieces and violence, “Logan” delivers a resonate meditation on what it takes to be a hero. At the same time, it’s done at times in a very minimalistic way — no wire-fu, like in previous “X-Men” films. All before spending one of his last breaths feeling what both that sense of family Charles spoke about and death — that which this almost-immortal mutant has spent a life immune to. You should take a moment. 3. This manifests dramatically in key scenes between Logan and Charles/Professor X, as the latter — despite suffering from the mutant equivalent of ALS — reminds Logan the importance of family. So Many Great Character MomentsNot the first thing you’d expect to read in a breakdown of an R-rated comic book movie, huh? His condition manifests in the form of psychic seizures. And even harder for whomever picks up the claws from here. A home. Okay, so, his seizures are like that — only the more violent version of that. As “it was just okay” as the climatic action beats are, these final moments spent with a dying Logan are, for the most part, a gut-punch. It all builds to a mostly satisfying oner, with Wolverine going full “Berserker Rage” to deliver wants fans have waited nearly 20 years to see. 5. They actually give him — and the actor — new and challenging things to play as a 90-year-old mutant burdened with the most dangerous brain and mutation on the planet. Especially Wolverine’s death scene.I told you — there were spoilers. And yes, Canada’s most famous mutant export finally dies. The shackles of PG-13 ratings are gone. 4. This movie is dripping with tragedy, and only a pro like Stewart knows the exact amount to give that story so it can be told effectively — and emotionally. “Logan’s” hack and slash approach to action grows repetitive — you can only come up with so many new ways to stab skulls. X-23Laura (newcomer Dafne Keen) is to “Logan” what Eleven is to “Stranger Things.” Huge chunks of her screentime are spent silently observing and reacting to things, and Keen excels with her intentionally minimalist work. Yes, Xavier dies.

Posted February 17, 2017 by Kelly WooAll good things must come to an end. Probably into the ground, knowing them.”Silicon Valley” season 4 premieres Sunday, April 23 at 10 p.m. on HBO.Want more stuff like this? He wants to take the name “Pied Piper,” too, and none of the guys seem to care. Whoooop!As for what used to be Pied Piper, it should be interesting to see how Erlich and Big Head (who now co-own the company) run things. And of course, Jared joins Richard and they whoop it up in the garage to generate excitement. Like us on Facebook. In the first teaser for “Silicon Valley” season 4, Richard makes a dramatic announcement: “I’m quitting.” That comes after the events of last season, when Pied Piper’s platform turned out to be a pipe dream (supported by clickfarms) and the company pivoted to focus on Dinesh’s video chat app.Now, Richard wants to leave to “build a new internet,” because yeah, that sounds feasible.

Also rumored for cameos are Arcade Fire, Florence & the Machine and Iron & Wine, as well as actors including Christian Bale and Cate Blanchett. If only love were that easy.Malick filmed the movie during the 2012 Austin City Limits Festival, and word is that the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Iggy Pop make appearances. Things get complicated by the arrival of music mogul Michael Fassbender and his waitress paramour Natalie Portman. But with Malick’s notorious reputation for brutal editing, you really never know what might end up in the final cut. “Song to Song” debuts at SXSW on March 10, and then in limited release March 17.Want more stuff like this? It seems triangles and quadrangles ensue.”We thought we could just roll and tumble. Like us on Facebook. Live from song to song, kiss to kiss,” Mara says. Posted February 17, 2017 by Kelly WooAh, to be in love and make sweet music together — what could be better?The trailer for Terence Malick’s “Song to Song” starts out blissful and sweet, as indie rockers Ryan Gosling and Rooney Mara float through Austin, Texas, falling in love and playing music.

I found that argument really compelling, and I really enjoyed that scene.Tell me that moment when you found out Jimmy was going to be your guy.They were looking for someone for president, and I was thinking, “Gosh, I hope they find somebody who you could believe could be president, who has the charisma, and the weight, and the gravitas to play that.” I’ve seen some presidents in some shows, and I think, I don’t really believe that they would have made it all the way through. If that happens, if there’s a Season 2 and that happens, I think it will be, like I don’t think anything can ever prepare you for being at the White House. It’s super fast.How did it compare? I’d ask him lots of questions. I found that really fun to do, so I’m keen for that kind of stuff.For her, I think there are probably certain parts of action that she’d like to leave behind. I want to be involved in action, and there will be some stuff in there. That’s a very special thing about being an actor, is you get into rooms and meet amazing people that I wouldn’t have gotten to meet otherwise. What was surprising getting into the “24” way of shooting things?It was interesting, on the pilot, Stephen [Hopkins], when he was shooting the show, he very much likes to keep takes going. How did you see how you were going to fit in and what you were going to be able to do with the property?I read the script, and obviously I’d worked with Howard [Gordon] before on “Homeland.” I was looking for something else to do after “Homeland,” but I didn’t want to play a mom. It’s men. I actually really enjoyed that part of it in “Homeland,” where it got a bit dirty. I think like all those things in life that are huge transitions, you kind of have an idea of it, and I think she has an idea of it. It’s faster than film, definitely, particularly with this show.No matter what position somebody’s in on this show, there’s always the potential for action. Then I went out and bought the DVD set to take home to Australia with me to show my friends. Being from Australia, I’ve always read about American elections, but I never really, truly understood the election process, because the election process in Australia is very similar to the UK — it’s the Westminster system. My manager was actually also Kiefer [Sutherland’s] manager. I’d say like, “So who decides who the delegates are? Posted February 17, 2017 by Scott HuverAn aspiring First Lady who also knows how to break a confession out of a terrorist cell member? There isn’t a focus on, like on a film, you will more do a wide, and then we’re really going to be more in close-up for that. There’s a part on films, where you’re kind of pulling it apart into sections, and you kind of know as an actor, “Well, the money shot for this will be when we’re in close-up. They’re definitely about service to the country.Did they bring you one or two people that are similar to her to talk to as you prepared for the role? Like you say, to bring that filmic quality. We’re still shooting, and we’ve still got stuff to go. Please!” I don’t think people in the intelligence world ever retire. I just found it intellectually invigorating, and enjoyed that about it. What did you want to bring to “24: Legacy” when you got involved in this project? And there was one particular woman there who was very inspiring.It was great to hear her perspective — not as a woman, but her perspective on what’s going on today, but to see it from a woman’s point of view, just hearing that. Also, the format was so compelling and strong. I was thinking, “Who are they going to get? That’s like, “Jimmy, run. Your system is, like, so convoluted. So I think there’s a strong allegiance between the people who have worked in it, and I think they’re still drawn together and still very much have a lot of friends within that community, and I think they always walk into situations thinking of all the worst things that can happen. Did you binge the show?Miranda Otto: Yeah, I binged the show when it first came out. To take on something that was so challenging to write.You’ve had your experience with “Homeland.” You knew the production team, you knew that territory. He’s such a beautiful person to work with. So in that way, it’s a little more like … When I was doing “Homeland,” I used to speak to him all the time about the scripts. And he’s so physically big and has all that strength, but he’s very gentle as a person. She’s probably figured that she’s seen those days before, and how did you feel about it?I really like the idea of action. How does she feel about the potential for action? So he’d read all the scripts, and he would give me advice on stuff. There was a particular scene with Jimmy [Smits] that I really enjoyed, because I thought it was a really interesting argument, and really at the crux of what the show is about. I have favorite scenes, but favorite day on set? So when this came along, I liked the script so much. Tell me about the comparison between the two. It was great that they’d written a female character who was, or was just leaving, being the head of an intelligence agency, because that doesn’t really happen very much in real life. Coming to “24,” which is the Maserati of television productions –That’s true! We’re very privileged in that way.Without spoiling anything, are you able to tell me your favorite day on set?It’s so hard! I think that once you’ve opened your eyes to that part of the world, and you have that awareness, you can never be unaware. I have such a respect for the intelligence community and the work that they do. Were you a fan of the show? It goes on for so long.I’m fascinated also by how many Americans I would talk to who didn’t truly understand the way the system worked. Those kind of experiences have been really helpful. I’d been a fan of the show, but I felt like this script seemed to be very current. We created a backstory, all of that. I know. not theater, but it’s a little more like you rehearse it, and then they’re going to swing around and catch different things. And, as she tells Moviefone, as much as she’s reveling in the intrigue, she’s also hoping to see a little “24”-style action, too.Moviefone: Where did “24” fit in your head, in your life prior to getting involved with the project? It is kind of the man’s world. It didn’t feel like it was the show that was on then. I was a big fan!It was really a turning point of bringing a cinematic style to television.Yeah, and that was the beginning really of the whole kind of change in television, I think. I don’t think anyone could ever tell you. It’s always men. Run for president! How do you become that? And did they bring you any women that have been in that world?When I was on “Homeland,” there was a consultant for the show, a guy called John McGaffin, who is retired from the CIA. What they’re really grabbing from this is the entry into the door.”With this, you never know when they’re going to cover what, and you never know, in the way that they cover it, who exactly they’re going to be on at what time. These people have a lot of power.” Nobody seemed to know who decided who the delegates were. It’s pretty easy to understand. I could see people voting for Jimmy for president. How do you put aside your past and some of the more brutal aspects of your past, and transition into being a female archetype?It must have been fascinating for you, while making the show, to watch what was happening in the American political system.Hell yeah! I met with John, and he connected us for lunch with a number of people in the intelligence community. There are many women who work in it, but there’s something very masculine about that world.So I was interested to see what that would be, and I thought that it was great that they’d set it up that it was that part of her life, but the other part of her life is that she was potentially about to be a First Lady, where traditionally still, as a First Lady, I think you’re seen a someone who has to bring this femininity to the White House, and bring female concerns, and what would that transition be like moving from the world of CTU, which is a very masculine world, into a very female role, an iconic female role, for this country? I don’t think, as smart and wise as you could be, I don’t think anyone could prepare you for what it would be like to be in that job.You’ve worked on some pretty epic-sized film productions. But yes, of course, for the show as well — but whoever was writing that election, they’re very complicated writers, those ones!For your role, to imagine that here’s a woman who’s worked in the shadowy underworld of operations, to being in the white hot glare of the spotlight and the media — that has got to be pretty daunting, in some ways, for her to make that shift.Yes. So much of it they can’t talk about, so people take it for granted, the work that is done, and the passion, commitment, and devotion that the people within it have to do this work, because it’s not financial …The rewards in it are not financial. But I was on the side of what the country needs. Who are they going to get?”Then when they mentioned Jimmy, I was like, “Oh my God, he’d be so perfect!” Because he just has that strength of character as a person. So when the show first came out, I was staying with her, and she had it on the TV — or she had DVDs; I can’t remember what the format was then that she had it on, but she had it all there. I was trying to convince him about something that was very personal to him, had really personal repercussions for him. I wanted to play another role that was intelligent and challenging. Once you become aware, you can’t become unaware.How crazy is it that “24” is coming back right at the time we’re having this big national discussion about intelligence? I think it was somehow on the TV, and I could pull it all up.I was meant to be studying for auditions, but it was so addictive, I couldn’t stop watching it. It had a fresh, new look at it.And I was very keen to work in the world of intelligence again, because I found that fascinating and challenging to work in. How do you get to be the delegate?Yeah, so living here, I thought it was a great chance to actually follow that. It’s like being president. That’s the kind of FLOTUS Miranda Otto could get behind.For “24: Legacy,” the Australian actress (“Homeland,” “The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King”) has taken on the role of Rebecca Ingram, the former head of the shadowy and clandestine Counter Terrorist Unit who now finds herself in the very public political spotlight of her Senator husband’s presidential campaign — just when her valued CTU operative Eric Carter needs her help the most. You kind of have to be on your game all the time. It’s tricky with spoiling stuff. And I still speak to him, and I was recently in Washington with Howard, because “Homeland” was winning an award. There have been some actors cast as president who seem to me bland, or wishy-washy, or I just don’t believe that they’re defined enough as a person. You’ve been in films where they have all the resources at their disposal, and now so does this show, on a TV scale. It felt like it was the show of what’s happening today in the world of terrorism.

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— Peter Austin (@ThatPeterAustin) February 17, 2017The French title for the next Star Wars movie (“The Last Jedi”) in English is “Les derniers Jedi” — so plural.
— RicardoDuToit (@RicardoDuToit) February 17, 2017Because of how the Germans use grammar, we now know that “Jedi” is plural in “The Last Jedi”. Like us on Facebook. There is more than one Jedi. Posted February 17, 2017 by Kelly WooSince the announcement that the title of “Star Wars: Episode VIII” would be “The Last Jedi,” fans have been debating whether the word “Jedi” is singular or plural. Rey? Legit image, just posted on the Portuguese #StarWars FB page! Maybe others?The release of the international titles for the movie now seemingly confirm that the word is indeed plural:@slashfilm It’s plural!
— Olivier Knox (@OKnox) February 17, 2017The plural usage indicates that Luke is not the last Jedi, as mentioned in the opening crawl of “The Force Awakens,” and that Rey will receive training from him in the Force. It also points to the possibility that Kylo Ren, would turn away from the Dark Side and rejoin his uncle in the Jedi ways. Vielen Dank. Did it refer to Luke? Perhaps there are even others yet undiscovered, like Finn, who seemed somewhat Force-sensitive.”Star Wars: The Last Jedi” opens in theaters December 15, 2017.Want more stuff like this?

But Chris has been heavier, and I think he does understand the plight of being overweight. I just feel that — we tested a lot of gentleman who were bigger. And I get it. Posted February 17, 2017 by Gina Carbone”This Is Us” star Chrissy Metz (Kate Pearson) responded to a fan who called it “ridiculous” that actor Chris Sullivan wears a fat suit to play her co-star/love interest Toby.In case you didn’t know, this is how Chris Sullivan looks in real life:”Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen asked Metz about Sullivan’s fat suit during Thursday’s episode, and the actress politely disagreed with the fan who thought it was “ridiculous”:”I appreciate your opinion, and everyone has one, and that’s great. And people wear prosthetics all the time — it’s just weight as opposed to, like, a nose or a chin.”Andy Cohen noted that Metz herself wore a large prosthetic suit for in “American Horror Story.” Metz agreed, saying she basically wore a “couch.” “It’s just the name of the game.”FYI, she said she’s waiting by the phone for Ryan Murphy to ask her to return to AHS in any way.Watch the “fat suit” Q&A:”This Is Us” Season 1 airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. Like us on Facebook. And also, he was the best man for the job. on NBC.Want more stuff like this? Like, people think the authenticity is kind of ruined by that.

Like us on Facebook. After all, what would a musical Once episode be without a clash between the show’s original rivals — in the form of a grand (and royally entertaining) sing-off between the Evil Queen and the Charmings? Is our Queen going to sing? There are 22 episodes to Season 6 (with Season 7 still not announced) so we’ll just have to wait and see.”Once Upon a Time” Season 6 returns Sunday, March 5 at 8 p.m. Because I hear that is happening, folks.Epic! Wonder if it will just be the Evil Queen singing, or if Lana Parrilla’s Regina will get some song time in as well. It will also get you this confirmation that Lana Parrilla will be among those belting a tune. But when ABC confirmed the news, they added that the show will be using entirely original songs. on ABC.Want more stuff like this? Posted February 17, 2017 by Gina CarboneSay what you will, but this “Once Upon a Time” Season 6 musical episode already sounds pitch perfect from here.ABC recently confirmed the musical episode, and TVLine just shared new scoop on a few of the singing subjects:Since you were first to share the news about Once Upon a Time’s musical episode, do you have more info? Season 6 returns March 5 with Episode 11, “Tougher Than the Rest.” We originally thought maybe Episode 15 would be the musical, since it’s titled “A Wondrous Place” and that seemed to connect with the “Aladdin” song. The Charmings — Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming/David (Josh Dallas) — should just go full rap battle on the EQ.No one feels like saying when this musical episode will air. —LisaAww, flattery will get you everywhere, Lisa.

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— Noah Galvin (@Noahegalvin) February 16,
— Trevor Varner 🏳️‍🌈 (@varner_trevor) February 15, 2017 “The Real O’Neals” Season 2 airs Tuesdays on ABC. Posted February 17, 2017 by Gina CarboneAnyone still hoping Sara Ramirez’s Callie Torres will walk back onto “Grey’s Anatomy” anytime soon may not like this reality check.
— Sara Ramirez (@SaraRamirez) February 16, 2017Dear @ABCNetwork@TheRealONeals :own it,address it,clarify it,empower our #Queer#Bisexual youth & community w/accurate positive reflections
— Sara Ramirez (@SaraRamirez) February 16, 2017#LGBTQ#Youth#EwenCameron started this petition w/a single signature.We know the power of television.PLEASE SIGN:
— Sara Ramirez (@SaraRamirez) February 16, 2017PFLAg responded:

I asked @PFLAG (who partnered for the acceptance ep. in @TheRealONeal) for a statement on @Noahegalvin ‘s character bisexual joke. Like us on Facebook.
— Sara Ramirez (@SaraRamirez) February 16, 2017Noah Galvin has been in headlines before for his strong opinions in interviews, but this time he wasn’t speaking off the cuff, he was working from a script. And his Twitter is filled with retweets from fans who want a third season of the show, because they feel “The Real O’Neals” represents them better than anything else out there. Want more stuff like this?
— Eliel Cruz-Lopez (@elielcruz) January 19, 2017 But Ramirez wants more:

& while @PFLAG response was amazing,where is network’s response?The actor’s response wasn’t enough 4 me.@ABCNetwork was in the same room. Ramirez just put ABC on blast, writing “I will invest my brand where I’m respected” in reference to an insulting joke about bisexuals on an episode of “The Real O’Neals.”According to TVLine, the joke aired in the January 17 episode, where (openly gay) Kenny (Noah Galvin) sarcastically compared being bisexual to hardships like “webbed toes” and “money problems.”Both Ramirez the actress and Callie on “Grey’s” identify as bisexual, and she called out the network and the sitcom to use their powers to promote accurate, positive representation, linking to a petition to ABC titled “End Biphobia and Bi-erasure on The Real O’Neals”:WORDS MATTER.PLEASE SIGN this petition 2 @ABCNetwork protesting biphobia in @TheRealONeals: πŸ‘ŠπŸ½πŸ’œ#LGBTQ
— Sara Ramirez (@SaraRamirez) February 16, 2017And as someone who worked 4 them 4 10 years+,am truly disheartened & disappointed quite frankly.I will invest my brand where I’m respected. “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 13 airs Thursdays on ABC.

People have loyalties that they have to examine.”The actors now only have one season left to shoot, Season 8, which is also expected to be shorter than usual, and reportedly starts taping in September. A few stars — including Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Liam Cunningham (Davos) — have spoken of returning to film Season 8, which suggests their characters survive what’s ahead in the penultimate season.HBO has yet to reveal the official premiere date for “Game of Thrones” Season 7, but that’s probably coming relatively soon, along with the first trailer.Want more stuff like this? It’s still the same running theme; characters that haven’t crossed each other’s paths before will do, and they’re gonna take it even further this time. It’s all getting a bit much. It’s just absolute chaos.”(Speaking of Grey Worm, you can read some cool mini-spoilers about his role in Season 7, if you care to.)Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy) added to Mashable:”It’s gonna be a crazy season. Posted February 17, 2017 by Gina Carbone”Game of Thrones” Season 7 is a lot like Lyanna Mormont and the 62 warriors of Bear Island: Don’t let the small size fool you; there’s plenty of power in those few numbers, and they’re all ready to kick some arse.Season 7 just finished filming for a summer premiere on HBO. That is later than usual, and the episode count will be shorter than usual — just seven episodes instead of the usual 10. But Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm) told Mashable the 2017 season will not feel smaller:”I’m just in awe of how everybody’s managing to fit as much as there is into seven episodes, because it doesn’t necessarily feel like a normal season, it feels bigger.” He added, “I think, and this is true of Season 6, you can feel that things are coming to a close. It’s definitely going to blow a lot of people’s minds. Like us on Facebook. The show’s kind of like a pressure cooker …

Maybe she was having such a good hair day, the spell just broke on its own.”The Vampire Diaries” wrapped filming on February 8, and it was a nostalgia-fest. Did something bad happen to Bonnie, or did something good happen to the spell? We also see a behind-the-scenes shot with director/writer/executive producer Julie Plec and Matt Davis (Alaric): At the end of Season 6, Elena was left in a magical coma, with her life tied to Bonnie’s, so Elena couldn’t wake up until Bonnie died … Like us on Facebook. or so we thought. She’s confused herself, as fans saw in a brief promo teasing her reunion with Stefan Salvatore (Paul Wesley):Entertainment Weekly also shared several photos from the final episode, showing Elena awake — perfect hair, perfect wardrobe, natch — along with shots of the rest of the gang: Stefan and brother Damon (Ian Somerhalder) look to be having a serious tête-à-tête; and Bonnie (Kat Graham) and Caroline (Candice King) look like they’re up to something. The final episode, Season 7, Episode 16, “I Was Feeling Epic,” airs Friday, March 10 on The CW.Want more stuff like this? Posted February 17, 2017 by Gina CarboneThe End is almost here for “The Vampire Diaries,” and each day brings new photos and promos to help you prepare.First of all, why is Elena Gilbert (Nina Dobrev) back for the series finale?

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My new boyfriend πŸ’‹A post shared by Anna Kendrick (@annakendrick47) on Feb 16, 2017 at 3:40pm PSTUnless that’s a different sea lion, and this place is just packed with players?”Pitch Perfect 3,” which also stars Brittany Snow, Elizabeth Banks, John Lithgow, and Hailee Steinfeld, is scheduled for release December 22.Want more stuff like this?
— Rebel Wilson (@RebelWilson) February 17, 2017The aquarium replied that the new “Bella” was a lad named Diego:@RebelWilson Looks like you found the newest member of the Bellas, sea lion Diego!
— Georgia Aquarium (@GeorgiaAquarium) February 17, 2017It looks like that might be the same sea lion seen here charming Anna Camp:Today we met sea lions!! Like us on Facebook. #georgiaaquarium We even harmonized with themπŸŽΌπŸ¬πŸŸπŸ‹πŸŽ€πŸŽ¬
— Anna Camp (@TheRealAnnaCamp) February 17, 2017
But Camp has competition, because it looks like Diego’s heart belongs to Anna Kendrick. Posted February 17, 2017 by Gina CarboneSorry, fellas, but Anna Kendrick has a new boyfriend, and the “Pitch Perfect” Bellas may have their first male, non-human singer.”Pitch Perfect 3″ started filming last month for its December release date, and it looks like the cast just took a filming trip to the Georgia Aquarium, where they made some new friends.As you can see in this video from star Rebel Wilson, the Bellas harmonized with one scene-stealing sea lion who definitely knew how to end on a splashy note:Had the best time @GeorgiaAquarium today!