In a four-decade career, Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons has never done network television. Now he's making the leap with a guest-starring role on NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
"I've done no network TV (and) Law & Order: SVU is so popular amongst a wide variety of my friends," Irons tells TVGuide.com. "I thought it had great style. It reminded me of those paperback crime novels, which move very fast and ... I liked the way they told the stories."
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Edward Furlong was jailed Tuesday after violating a protection order on his wife, according to E! Online.
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In November, Furlong pleaded no contest to criminal charges stemming from a restraining order his ex-wife had filed. On Tuesday, the 33-year-old actor was arrested during his probation hearing after the judge learned Furlong had...
It's 2149 and Earth has been destroyed by overpopulation. Scientists discover a crack in the space-time continuum, which leads to a pre-historic era. Presented with a new, lush landscape, a military-lead colony heads to the past in hopes of giving humanity a fresh start.
Also, there are dinosaurs!
That's the premise of Terra Nova, an ambitious new series from executive producer Steven Spielberg. Filmed in Australia, the series' intricate storyline and verdant setting may scream Lost, but producers insist that's the furthest thing from their mind.
"This has nothing to do with Lost for one major reason: