Hayden Panettiere and Milo Ventimiglia, Heroes
As the "Fugitives" volume ends, Heroes finds its super-powered protagonists doing everything they can — and often shouldn't — do to stop one evil or another. Nathan goes toe-to-toe with Sylar to keep him from carrying out a plan to impersonate the president using his shape-shifting ability. Hiro insists on stopping time to infiltrate and shut down Building 26, even though his health is greatly compromised by doing so. Parkman, Angela and HRG do the unthinkable all in the name of their perceived greater good. Throw in a death (sort of), a return, Mohinder flailing uselessly and a huge bonfire, and you have one jam-packed finale. Let's get to it.
Adrian Pasdar, Heroes
As NBC's Heroes closes the book on its third season and the "Fugitives" volume (Monday at 9 pm/ET), Sen. Nathan Petrelli is on a mission to atone for what he's done: namely, making his friends fugitives in the first place. There's just one problem — the nearly invincible and now shape-shifting-enabled Sylar is standing in his way.
To make matters worse, Sylar is using his ability to live inside the skin of Nathan — all part of an effort to get close to the president and eventually impersonate him as well. But Pasdar said Nathan is fighting against himself just as much as he is Sylar
"In the last four episodes, [Nathan's] been realizing what he's done, what the overreaching ramifications his actions may have," Adrian Pasdar tells TVGuide.com. "There's been a quiet backing up into what the whole thing is really about, and a getting closer to seeing a redeeming light.
"Going into that last episode," Pasdar continues...
Everyone's got something to hide in this episode of Brothers & Sisters, but before the hour winds up, most everybody's secrets are out of the bag, for better or for worse. Kitty continues her "emotional affair" with "hot park guy" Alec, but her puppy love ends up hurting her, physically and emotionally. In Tommy's absence, Julia faces foreclosure on her house, but is too afraid to tell Kevin and Nora why she can't accept their help. And weasel-y Ryan weasels his way into a job and weasel-y Holly's good graces by becoming her mole (thought I was going to say weasel didn't you?) on the Ojai board, but only tells Rebecca. All that, plus (two!) stuffed ponies, some airbag burns and even some tears lie ahead in this week's recap.
Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag
Perhaps this time will be the last: The Hills stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are man and wife.
The couple tied the knot in front of about 200 guests Saturday at the Westminster Church in Pasadena, Calif., according to People. Montag wore a gown she described on her Twitter account as "amazing — like a swan princess" and jewels from Neil Lane, including a pear-shaped diamond necklace.
The couple arrived at the church in a white Rolls Royce, and an airplane flew overhead, writing "Spencer Loves Heidi." Following the ceremony, the couple kissed on the church steps while guests threw rose petals at the newlyweds.
Montag updated her Twitter throughout the day, at one point saying...
Marley & Me
We'll say this up front: Dog lovers will adore Marley & Me. But that doesn't necessarily rule everyone else out. Based on the best-selling novel by John Grogan, the film tells the story of a young couple who, before raising a baby, gives raising a puppy a try. Marley is a beautiful Labrador... but he also happens to be a one-pup wrecking machine in the Grogan household. But like any family film, the owners ultimately learn that their pooch brings out the best in them.
As the exasperated dog owners, Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston have
If you haven't heard the buzz surrounding Slumdog Millionaire, we'd like to know exactly which rock you've been hiding under the last few months. Let us catch you up: This touching, compelling drama from Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 28 Days Later) was last year's critical darling and pretty much made a clean sweep of the awards circuit, ultimately taking home the Oscar for best picture. So if you are one of those people who are in the dark (shame on you), now you can see the movie in stunning high definition with this beautiful Blu-ray transfer.
The sights and sounds of Mumbai come alive
Production on the Twilight sequel New Moon has just gotten under way, but the series' producers are already looking ahead to the third installment.
Summit Entertainment has picked David Slade to direct The Twilight Saga: Eclipse. Slade succeeds Catherine Hardwicke and Chris Weitz, who directed the first and second Twilight films, respectively. Melissa Rosenberg returns to write her third Twilight screenplay.
Slade has previously directed
Adrian Pasdar, Heroes
At least one Heroes cast member thinks the news that NBC is cutting the show's fourth-season episode count is a good thing.
Adrian Pasdar, who plays flying U.S. Senator Nathan Petrelli, said after working on such a long production schedule this season, shooting only 18 episodes will be "a relief."
"If things start shifting around, they can always add more at the end, but doing 25 episodes this year was nearly 11 months of work," he said. "We love the work, but in order for the quality to be maintained, you can't just keep grinding it out.
"The pacing will be a little better — we were sometimes shooting three episodes at once, and there's no way that something doesn't slip through the cracks," Pasdar said. "It just gets crazy."
Pasdar's character is ...
Terrence Howard isn't bitter about being dropped from Iron Man 2 at all.
The star, who was reportedly dropped from the sequel after salary negotiations went south, isn't shy about his dissatisfaction with the film's producers.
"Marvel made a choice, and it was a very, very bad choice," Howard told Parade.com. "They didn't keep their word. They didn't honor my contract. They produced a great bounty with the first one but they put it all in the storehouse and you were not allowed in."
Howard believes his fellow actors should have ...
David Archuleta, Demi Lovato
David Archuleta is making serious in-roads with the tween set: Besides guesting on an upcoming episode of Hannah Montana, he's going on tour with Disney Channel star Demi Lovato.
If you're going to the show without earplugs, brace yourself for plenty of shrieking.
The American Idol Season 7 runner-up announced the tour Wednesday on the Fox singing competition, to which he returned to perform his new single, "Touch My Hand." The 45-city tour kicks off ...