Just saw the teaser trailer of an upcoming movie titled Avengers: Age of Ultron on YouTube. It’s a sequel to 2012’s summer hit flick The Avengers. It was directed by Josh Whedon who filmed the first one. Continue reading
Throwback of the day for October 22nd goes to Luke with the most classic ’94 hit single called “It’s Your Birthday”. This is dedicated to every person who has an birthday including mine because I just turned 25 today. I was born on October 22, 1989. It feels good to be 25. The “Go It’s your birthday” part was used by 50 Cent for his 2003 track called “In Da Club”. I love both birthday songs. It’s my MFing birthday!Shout out to Uncle Luke.
I may never gonna spoil about who “A” is or something like that but I can’t wait to watch the Christmas episode of PLL. Gotta see what happens next.
Originally posted on TVLine:
With Pretty Little Liars‘ Halloween special now behind us, it’s time to focus on the scariest holiday of all: Christmas!
Following the hour-long “We Love You to Death” fan tribute, ABC Family on Tuesday released the first official promo for the Dec. 9 Christmas episode, which finds all of the liars — but especially Ali — on high alert.
And speaking of tonight’s fan tribute, PLL executive producer Marlene King revealed that we’ll learn the identity of “A” before Season 7! (I’m choosing to remain cautiously optimistic.)
Hit PLAY on the promo above, then drop a comment below: Are you pumped for the Pretty Little Liars Christmas special?
I really like this this show. The first and second season were my favorites. This is sad. So sorry to hear that. Great show with amazing actors.
Originally posted on TVLine:
The Bridge has collapsed.
FX on Tuesday pulled the plug on the Diane Kruger-Demian Bichir drama after two low-rated seasons, TVLine has confirmed.
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The show ended its run earlier this month with 1 million viewers and a 0.3 demo rating, slightly below its Season 2 average.
The comments section below is now accepting your Bridge eulogies.
Song of the day for October 17th goes to Dej Loaf with her club banger called “Try Me”. The song was remixed by rap artists including Wiz Khalifa, Lil Durk, and The Lox. This track had got my attention that she’s from Detroit, Michigan. Great jam of the year. I loved it.
Bill Hader was one of my favorite SNL cast members of all time. The news reporter and Stefon thing had me cracking up.
Originally posted on TIME:
When longtime cast member Bill Hader returned to Saturday Night Live on Saturday, for the first time back since his departure last year, the audience couldn’t suppress its adoration. Before Hader could even begin his opening monologue, someone shouted out, “I love you!”
Without a second thought, Hader said, “I love you, too.”
It was an appropriately affectionate kick-off to an episode, the season’s third, brimming with familiar pleasures. Hader and his catalogue of vocal tics slipped into nearly ever sketch. Even Kristen Wiig (and her saxophone) popped by for a bit. And in the sketches where Hader took a supporting role, in newer material, the cast seemed sharper for it.
The Good, The Bad, The Weird
The monologue hinged on Hader’s desire to sing on SNL, for the first time, with Wiig showing up to encourage him and then theater legend Harvey Fierstein, then Wiig again, this time…
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