Los Angeles public relations firm Think Jam has issued an apology for a Sleepy Hollow promotion which declared Tuesday "National Beheading Day" just hours after a video surfaced showing captured American journalist Steven Sotloff being decapitated by ISIS militants.
Sleepy Hollow was the surprise hit of the season last year, but it's easy to see why. The Fox drama has it all: monsters, mystery, men in wigs, women who kick butt, Orlando Jones, flabby neck skin. It's delightful in every sense of the word.
Another surprising figure from the past is popping up on Sleepy Hollow, and this time we're not talking about Benjamin Franklin.
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Do Anna and Elsa have a connection to any of our favorite Once Upon a Time characters? — Nathan
You mean other than Elsa having been locked up in Rumple's vault all those years? It sure sounds like it! "Maybe there is an unlikely friendship that Charming had in his past that maybe literally changed the entire path of his life," Josh Dallas told me at Comic-Con when I asked the exact same question. Safe money is on him being friends with Anna over Elsa, though.
I can't wait for the final season of Sons of Anarchy. Give me scoop! — Mel
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Sleepy Hollow stars Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, John Noble, Orlando Jones, Lyndie Greenwood and Katia Winter joined executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Len Wiseman, Mark Goffman and Heather Kadin at Comic-Con on Friday for a panel moderated by TV Guide Magazine's Rob Moynihan. They hit San Diego to look back at the show's crazy first season and tease what's next.