Hafthor Julius Bjornsson
Game of Thrones is going through another recasting.
Hafthor Julius Bjornsson has been cast as Gregor Clegane, better known as the Mountain, the Icelandic actor announced on Twitter.
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J.J. Abrams is helping bring a big screen sci-fi classic to the small screen.
The Star Trek director is teaming up with Lost executive producer Bryan Burk and...
Kanye West, HBO sitcom star? It almost happened. Long before the notorious moment he grabbed the microphone from Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards or celebrated the birth of his daughter with reality-TV scion Kim Kardashian the hip-hop icon headlined a comedy pilot from Curb Your Enthusiasm executive producer Larry Charles.
The sitcom was shot in 2007 but quickly fell by the wayside after an executive shuffle at HBO. Later that year, West's mother, Donda, died, and the superstar departed on a global concert tour, leaving the TV project behind. It was all a distant memory until this summer, when clips from the pilot started popping up — first on YouTube, and then at a comedy show in Brooklyn, where a bootleg copy of the entire episode was screened.
Even though Hamish Linklater's character on The Newsroom is at the center of the season's slowly unfolding disaster known as "Genoa," the actor has a hard time accepting his character as a villain.
"He's just a true believer who thinks he's on the side of the angels, and that's why he does what he does," Linklater tells TVGuide.com of his character, Jerry Dantana. "But what was great was that they didn't push me into twirling my mustache or being sort of an obvious bad guy."
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Shortly after Jerry came to New York to sub in for Jim (John Gallagher Jr.), he received a tip about "Operation Genoa," a mission during which the United States allegedly used sarin gas on civilians while extracting two captured Marines...
Anna Paquin, Joe Manganiello
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After destroying the vampire internment camp, killing off pretty much all of this season's villains and making sure that Sookie (Anna Paquin) didn't end up as Warlow's (Rob Kazinsky) fae-vampire bride, True Blood jumped ahead six months, effectively wiping the slate clean — which is exactly what showrunner Brian Buckner wanted.
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From the onset, Alan Ball's successor hoped to get the show back to its roots, which meant streamlining the tangled web of storylines — namely by ditching the wolf pack and...
Deborah Ann Woll
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of True Blood. Read at your own risk!]
After a season of trying to prevent the inevitable, Bill's prophecy came true on Sunday's True Blood — but the outcome wasn't quite what viewers expected.
Don't believe everything your boss says, or at least, not Jeff Garlin's boss.
Although Larry David sounded iffy about a new season of HBO's hit comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm last month, Garlin told the Television Critics Association during the fall previews on Sunday that David's uncertainty wasn't necessarily a...
Rutina Wesley, Deborah Ann Woll
With Louisiana declaring war on vampires, the supply of Tru Blood all but depleted and the vampire population being rounded up in an internment camp, it seems like all hope is lost for our favorite True Blood characters. While Bill (Stephen Moyer) works to find a way to save his friends and family, his progeny Jessica (Deborah Ann Woll) has given up on "life." After draining three of Andy's (Chris Bauer) daughters, Jessica has become a self-loathing vampire, giving up hope of ever surviving the internment camp — and even if there was hope, she'd turn her back on it since she feels like she deserves to die. But will she meet the true death as Bill has prophesied? TVGuide.com turned to Woll to get the scoop: