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Have you caught any interviews with Christian Bale over the past year or so? Something's changed. During his Batman years Bale was almost always a tough chat. Often it was because he seemed loathe to answer questions about the Nolan franchise when he was promoting other films, but even when he was doing press for "The Dark Knight" or "The Dark Knight Rises" he seemed well, for lack of a better descriptor, "oh, so serious." Due to two the fact he has two films releasing within two weeks of each other, an unusual occurrence for any star, Bale has been on something of a media blitz. And, shockingly, he's being more candid and friendly than ever.
Poor, poor Katherine. As we know, she's getting older by the minute, much like the rest of us. Of course, she doesn't have as much time as most people do to wrestle with fading eyesight, wrinkles, grey hair and diminished physical strength. Geez, you would think she'd be able to slide into old age like everyone else! Darn that hard vampire living thing!
Has "Scandal" become "torture porn"?
Colette Gaiter says of the recent gratuitous violence: "More and more, I find myself averting my eyes during some of the show's disturbing violent scenes, then continuing to watch when those sequences are over. I think about how much I'm willing to overlook, as well as how much I just can't watch." PLUS: Guillermo Diaz & Katie Lowes on shooting the torture scenes, play the midseason finale drinking game, and how Jeff Perry became "Scandal's" evil henchman.
Watch John Goodman's "SNL" promos with Kings of Leon
"How are things in Leon?" PLUS: Check out Goodman's best "SNL" sketches.
"Survivor" Michael Skupin accused of running a ponzi scheme, also has a warrant out for his arrest
Michigan's attorney general is investigating the two-time "Survivor's" investment business, called "Pay It Forward." On Wednesday, Skupin was confronted by his local Fox affiliate.
Andy Samberg was surprisingly not bummed by his Best Actor nomination
The "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star found out about his Golden Globes nomination at 11 am this morning.
"General Hospital" overtakes "The Young and the Restless" for the first time in years
It's been more than six years since "GH" was on top.
Why are TV's gay characters so sexless?
Where is the portrayal of same-sex intimacy?
Mayim Bialik tweets an old photo with her former sitcom co-star, Jennifer Aniston
Before "Blossom," Bialik starred in the short-lived 1990 Fox summer comedy "Molloy," with Aniston playing her step-sister.
"Survivor's" Katie Collins talks about coping with her brother's death
Collins, the daughter of Tina Wesson, says she's received an outpouring of support since her brother's car accident last week.
Bob Barker's return to "The Price is Right" was pretty special
It's being described as "instantly magical." PLUS: Barker films a political ad for a GOP candidate.
"The Goldbergs" casts AJ Michalka
She'll play Erica's new best friend, a "wild child."
Why Animal Planet is backing away from "Whale Wars"
Friday's 6th season premiere amounts to a two-hour special amid the Sea Shepherd's ongoing legal battles.
Why is "The Good Wife" the only network drama to earn a Golden Globes nomination?
Season 5 could be seen as a comeback for the ABC drama, which wasn't nominated the past two seasons.
Walter White and Olivia Pope are among the most influential fictional characters of 2013
Other influential characters: Frank Underwood, Brian Griffin and Sophia Burset.
DirecTV is set to extend NFL Sunday Ticket
After rumors that the Sunday Ticket package might go to Google, DirecTV is closing in on a deal to renew the expensive package, a loss-leader that's used to attract customers.
Is "Party Down South" the Southern "Jersey Shore"?
Check out the cast of the CMT reality show, from "Jersey Shore's" creator.
Daniel Dae Kim answers burning "Lost" and "Hawaii Five-0" questions
Read his Reddit Ask Me Anything.
Watch Aziz Ansari help announce the Golden Globe nominations
He was joined early this morning by Olivia Wilde and Zoe Saldana.
Zach Braff is Donald Faison's son's godfather
The "Scrubs" stars remain best buds.
"Duck Dynasty" Christmas special grabs 9M
That's up from the Robertson clan's season average.
"Awkward" side braid is not coming back
Ashley Rickards says her character will stick with a new hairstyle.
MTV unveils "Teen Wolf's" trailer
Check out the new two-minute preview of Season 3.
"Buffy" alum Clare Kremer welcomes her 4th child
Kremer gave birth to a son on Wednesday.
The Academy has just announced the 114 films eligible for this year's Best Original Score Oscar, and all the usual suspects are present. That includes the five films nominated this morning in the category at the Golden Globes: Hans Zimmer for "12 Years a Slave," Steven Price for "Gravity," John Williams for "The Book Thief," Alex Ebert for "All is Lost" and Alex Heffes for "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom." At least the first three of those are widely predicted to score Oscar nominations too.
Lorne Michaels: "SNL" is definitely adding a black female in January -- we're down to 7 to 8 finalists
Michaels said today it's "100 percent good for the show to have an African-American woman" in the cast -- and it's possible more black females could be added, but he notes that the cast already has five females. "All told we've seen about 25 people," Michaels said of auditioning black female comedians. "A lot of the people we saw are really good. Hopefully we'll come out of the process well."
"The Bastard's Executioner" is Kurt Sutter's FX follow-up to "Sons of Anarchy"
Sutter is teaming with Brian Grazer on a period drama pilot about "a warrior knight in King Edward III's charge who is broken by the ravages of war and vows to lay down his sword," according to Deadline. Sutter says of the project: "I love the network. I love the world. I love the blood."
It seems weird to me to think that "Avengers: Age Of Ultron" is getting ready to shoot, but of course it is. After all, they plan to be in theaters for the summer of 2015, and if they shoot this spring, they'll have about a year of post-production to bring the gargantuan production to life.
And trust me… this one's going to make the first film look like "Stranger Than Paradise" by comparison.
As we enter this home stretch, there will be some big announcements coming about cast, and I'm curious to see how well the film protects some of its biggest secrets. Bleeding Cool reported a rumor today that Rhodey (Don Cheadle) will play a part in the film, and HitFix can confirm that Col. Rhodes, aka War Machine, has a key role in the conflict with Ultron that is the main focus of the sequel.
There have been several reviews for "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" that criticize the film because they feel like Martin Freeman's Bilbo Baggins gets lost in the film.
While I'm not sure I agree, I can see why that would frustrate. After all, Bilbo is the Hobbit that the title refers to, and ultimately, this is him telling the story of his adventures in book form. It definitely makes the structure of the film tricker, because there are so many things that happen in these films that Bilbo is not present to witness that you have to wonder when he finally heard all of these details and how he remembered all of them so vividly to write them down.
What I like about Freeman's take on Bilbo is that it really isn't what I expected. After all, when Freeman played Arthur Dent in "The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy," he played him as the complaining, vaguely incompetent Arthur that we all know and love. With Bilbo, though, there's a very different character emerging over the course of the films than what I expected.
You know, there are some things we just don't think about as much as we should. What is the meaning of life? What would traffic be like if we could fly? What if a dumpster was dropped on my face? Maybe we don't want to think too much about that last one, as we all want to be able to sleep at night. But, thanks to "Untold Stories of the ER" (Fri. at 10:00 p.m. on Discovery Fit & Health, repeats Sat at 10:00 p.m. on TLC), we can get an idea of what that might be like. Short answer? Bloody and painful! You're welcome! In this exclusive clip, ER doctor Kevin Klauer treats a man who's been injured in a "freak dumpster accident." I would think all dumpster accidents are freakish, but you never know.
Also in this episode, Emergency Department Nurse Terry Foster finds himself in an unusual predicament: the only bed in which he can treat an overdosing, foul-mouthed prostitute is right next to an elderly nun who’s awaiting hip surgery. Is this a sitcom yet? Because I would SO watch it if it is.
A black female could join the "SNL" cast as soon as January
Lorne Michaels held not one, but two showcases for black female comedians -- one in New York, one in L.A. -- and The Hollywood Reporter says a black female could join the cast as soon as January.
Adam Sandler to be featured in "Brooklyn Nine-Nine's" Super Bowl episode
Sandler will play himself in a reunion with his "That's My Boy" son Andy Samberg.
Portia de Rossi will play Sean Hayes' ex-wife
She'll guest on three episodes of "Sean Saves the World" as Sean's high-powered ex.
ABC posts David Spade's unaired ABC pilot "Bad Management" on its website
Following on the heels of NBC allowing Sarah Silverman to post her rejected pilot, ABC is making public its workplace comedy starring Spade, Irish actress Sharon Horgan, Alan Thicke and Rachael Harris. "Bad Management" is still in limbo, but unlikely to be picked up to series.