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How will Bree fare in the trial on Desperate Housewives? — Whitney
NATALIE: It should come as no surprise that Bree will start to fall for her lawyer (Scott Bakula), which could compromise her case in more ways than one.
Now that Diane has approved a raise for Alicia, is she going to get her old house back on The Good Wife? — Shannon
ADAM: She will...
"You won't believe what happens next."
That's the theme of the of the new Alcatraz teaser trailer, which will screen Sunday afternoon at the show's WonderCon panel, moderated by this reporter.
Dissecting Alcatraz's Mysteries: Show bosses answer burning questions!
With only two episodes left before the finale, the video offers up a refresher on the intricate storylines as well as a first look at the season-ender. The finale will feature an epic car chase — not unlike Steve McQueen's from Bullitt — that culminates with Rebecca (Sarah Jones) and Tommy (David Hoflin) finally coming face to face. And Tommy ends up on the wrong end of a gun.
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Sue Mengers, one of the most influential Hollywood agents during the 1960s, '70s and '80s, died following several small strokes, Vanity Fair reports. She claimed to be 78 years old, but some sources said she was 81.
According to Vanity Fair Editor Graydon Carter, Mengers died Saturday at her Beverly Hills home surrounded by close friends, Ali MacGraw, Joanna Poitier (wife of Sidney) and Boaty Boatwright.
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Mengers was born in Germany and...
Peter Yates, who directed one of cinema's legendary car chase scenes in Bullitt, has died. He was 82.
Yates died Sunday in London after a long illness, his agent, Judy Daish, said.
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A native of Hampshire, England, Yates got his start as a dubbing assistant and later worked as an assistant director for Tony Richardson. He made his directorial debut in 1963 with Summer Holiday, but it was ...
Question Having recently seen Dreamgirls and having been blown away by Jennifer Hudsons performance as Effie I was surprised that the recent awards nominations have recognized her in the supporting category rather than the lead category I felt she was more of the lead than Beyonc was as Deena This reminded me of the Oscar nominations for All About Eve when Anne Baxter refused to be in the supporting category and was nominated as lead actress along with Bette Davis Had Jennifer Hudson andor her people pushed for the lead category would the nominations have turned out differently TVAddictFlickChick Whether an actor or actress is considered for a supporting or lead nomination is determined by a films producers they submit performers for Academy Award consideration in specific categories It has been suggested that there would be more integrity if the nominating branch of the Academy decided categories because that would take studio politicking out