Things felt curiously quiet after ‘Supernatural‘ aired its climactic season 8 finale “Sacrifice,” as few interviews from either cast or crew painted a portrait of where the long-running CW series would pick up in season 9.
It barely feels like yesterday we were all gearing up for the begin of the season. Manchester City were Premier League champions, Roberto Di Matteo was in charge at Chelsea, and Robin van Persie was an Arsenal player. But as they say, a year is a long time in football and so it has proved this year.
We are slowly and surely working ourselves near the end of “Supernatural” season 8, and while the show has certainly handed to us a number of interesting episode titles in the past (“A Little Slice of Kevin,” “Man’s Best Friend with Benefits,” LARP and the Real Girl”), this one has to be ranked pretty high on the list of the “we’re really trying to be cheeky” ones.
Period pieces have had a higher profile in recent years, with the likes of Boardwalk Empire, The Borgias, and Magic City managing to highlight different periods in history to varying degrees of critical, commercial, and artistic success.
It appears as if Alexandre Aja’s (The Hills Have Eyes, Piranha 3D) adaptation of Joe Hill’s Horns is going through a bit of a shuffle, as the previously cast Shia LeBeouf has been replaced by someone who has a bit of experience when it comes to the supernatural.
PETALUMA, Calif. — A Chinese crested’s short snout, beady eyes and white whiskers earned it the title of World’s Ugliest Dog at the annual contest in Northern California on Friday. Competing for fame, $1,000 and a year’s worth of dog cookies, Mugly won the honor by beating out 28 other ugly dogs from around the world.
HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. (May 26, 2012) — Fighter of the Decade, eight-division world champion, and boxing’s No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter and box office attraction Congressman MANNY “PacMan” PACQUIAO took time from training for his upcoming defense of his WBO welterweight title against undefeated world champion and Top 10 pound-for-pound fighter Timothy Bradley, Jr.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been in touch with dozens of people affected by the downfall of Dewey & LeBoeuf.
Last week, Oddisee released his version of Marvin Gaye’s “Ain’t That Peculiar,” which repurposed the soul tune with electronic drums and light piano keys.
A new social experiment has been launched by a Hong Kong-based artist criticizing the false sense of human contact you receive on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.