Peter Dinklage is joining the cast of the new X-Men movie, Days of Future Past, according to director Bryan Singer. There's no word on who the Game of Thrones star will play.
Body of Proof
Out with the old, in with the new.
When ABC's Body of Proof kicks off its revamped third season Tuesday, Feb. 19 (10/9, ABC), many of the show's key players won't be returning (RIP, Peter!). But one previously unseen figure from medical examiner Megan Hunt's (Dana Delany) past will be.
Pull on your waders because Spartacus and his hairy men are back, and they're waist-deep in blood and guts in their fight for freedom against Roman oppression.
On Friday's Spartacus: War of the Damned premiere, we meet up with the rebels many months after they defeated Glaber. Their ranks have swelled by the thousands, which is making the Roman Senate shake in their sandals. Enter Marcus Crassus (Simon Merrells), the wealthiest man in Rome, who will fund and lead an additional 10,000 soldiers to take down Spartacus (Liam McIntyre).
Wilko Johnson, who played the iconic mute executioner Ser Ilyn Payne on Game of Thrones, has been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer.
In a message posted to Johnson's Facebook page, the actor's manager Roger Hoy revealed Johnson "has chosen not to receive any chemotherapy."
"I'm a really curious person ... I'd be interested in studies on violence in entertainment and the correlation of violence in real life," FX chief John Landgraf told reporters at the FX winter previews Wednesday. "If we find meaningful correlations, we should act on those correlations."
Landgraf, whose network airs the sometimes brutally violent Sons of Anarchy, was responding to the inevitable questions about violence and responsibility question that has been prevalent at the Television Critics Association tour this month. Although he pointed out that the U.S. and U.K. consume the same violent media (The Walking Dead is the No. 1 cable show in England), violent gun deaths are significantly higher in the States. He theorized that it is differences in the countries' gun-control policies ...
Deaths! Interrogations! Plane crashes! Breakups! Weddings! Catfights! Sex dreams! TV had it all this year. From Desperate Housewives' fitting farewell to Fringe's powerful flash-forward, 2012 served up some remarkable hours of television, and we've assembled the top 25 episodes. Which ones made the cut? Tune in all week to see the full list.
Here are Episodes 10-6. (Catch up with Episodes 25-21, Episodes 20-16 and Episodes 15-11.)
Iain Glen and Emilia Clarke
HBO is taking a page from NBC's old playbook.
Years after NBC famously aired super-sized episodes of hits like Friends and The Office, HBO is doing the same with the new season of Game of Thrones, Entertainment Weekly reports.
"There's almost another full episode's worth of...
Winter (beer) is coming!
No, we're not talking about the regular host of special winter-only lagers. Ommegang Brewery, which makes the popular Belgian-style beer Duvel among others, will release a line of beers inspired by the themes and characters of Game of Thrones, The New York Times reports.
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The first beer, Iron...
Jenna-Louise Coleman, Matt Smith
Mimicking Game of Thrones' late, great Ned Stark, the new trailer for Doctor Who's Christmas special warns, "Winter is coming." But this isn't any ol' winter — it's "the last winter of humankind."
Matt Smith, My Little Pony, Andrew Lincoln
TVGuide.com users are a passionate bunch, so it came as no surprise that the race for TV's best fans was tight. But after several weeks and more than 115,000 votes in our Best TV Fans contest, the results are in and the winner might surprise you.