Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Kyle Richards has landed a guest-starring role on CSI, CBS announced Tuesday.
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Terra Nova ended its freshman season by permanently cutting off the colony to the future and unloading a whole slew of new mysteries for what the producers likely hope means a second season.
Lucas Taylor (Ashley Zuckerman) finally got the upper-hand on his father, bringing the Phoenix Army to the past, where they planned to mine and strip Terra Nova of all its resources. Commander Taylor (Stephen Lang) refused to go down without a fight, sending Jim (Jason O'Mara) to the future to destroy Hope Plaza, essentially plunging everyone left in the colony into the dark ages, with no further contact with the future possible. However, before the Phoenix Army high-tailed it away, they left a clue that could mean... there may be humans on prehistoric Earth? Or another portal?
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Rock Center with Brian Williams
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Jamie Lee Curtis, Mark Harmon
Jamie Lee Curtis has signed on for a two-episode guest spot on NCIS during November sweeps, TVGuide.com has learned.
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Curtis will play Charlotte Ryan, a career woman and single mom who works for the Office of the Inspector General in the Defense Department. Described as strong and opinionated, Curtis' character will spar with Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and the team like never before.
"The role of Charlotte Ryan got even better when the enormously talented Jamie Lee Curtis agreed to join us," executive producer Gary Glasberg said....
When Kirsten Prout's agent suggested she take a role in MTV's My Super Psycho Sweet 16 Part 2, the Twilight: Eclipse actress says she thought, "Are you kidding?"
But once Prout read the script, she loved it. "You can take this material that's geared to a certain demographic, but give it depth, smarten it up, make it fun, and also give it heart," Prout tells TVGuide.com. "It's got that John Hughes feeling, but it's also got that Halloween vibe."
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Halloween and The Ring
The time of tricks and treats is upon us again. But for those of us who have outgrown banging down doors for candy (and we're not certain we have), Halloween serves as an excuse to dig up our favorite freaky horror flicks.
Whether you like the gore of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, chilling serial killers like Halloween's Michael Myers or the more modern Asian-inspired screamfests such as The Ring, nothing makes Halloween more fun than watching (or re-watching) a creepy flick.
So, we want to know: What's your go-to scary movie?
Rob Zombie with Tyler Mane as Michael Myers, Halloween
Michael Myers was a very, very bad boy. That point is made frightfully clear in Rob Zombie's Halloween, a new take on John Carpenter's original and seminal 1978 shrieker, hitting theaters Friday. After screening the much-anticipated flick, TVGuide.com welcomed the chance to sit down with the edgy auteur to discuss how he gave shape to "the Shape."
TVGuide.com: Halloween was one of my favorite movies as a kid. I remember coming out of the theater, in broad daylight, and looking over my shoulder the entire walk to the car.Rob Zombie: I totally understand that. I remember going to see Jaws as a kid, 1975, and afterwards we went to Denny's and I was literally in the bathroom freaked out thinking that a shark is going to crash through the w
Tyler Mane and Hanna Hall in Halloween courtesy MGM/Dimension Films
Question So what did you think of the Rob Zombie Halloween remake One of the best one of the worst in between And on that subject what do you think are the best and worst remakes of classic horror movies I thought the new Dawn of the Dead was awesome and I like the John Carpenter version of The Thing even better than the original Black Christmas and House of Wax were just pitiful MarkFlickChick Sad to say Rob Zombies Halloween wasnt screened for critics In this instance Im keeping an open mind since studios are notorious for not showing horror movies good or bad to critics My colleague Ken Foxs review will be here starting Aug 31 2007 and Ill probably check it out over the weekend I mean Ive seen every single Halloween film in a theater the week it opened After nearly 30 years why break with tradition nowIm generally in line with your thoughts I think as far as sequels that never needed to be made go Dawn of the Dead is pretty g
Halloween is almost upon us Rob Zombie's remake of the John Carpenter classic, that is and thus my (sometimes dark) thoughts have turned to the big screen's best bogeymen.I am not at liberty to "review" per se the new Halloween, which I had the opportunity to screen a few weeks back, but I will say that Tyler Mane (a past cohort of Zombie's, and X-Men's Sabretooth) makes for a most imposing Michael Myers. I always gave Michael a fair shake, as he does the most with the mentally wrong and silent type. One of the best screams came from Carpenter's original, when Michael, coat hanger still in his eye, propped himself up in the background, as an oblivious Jamie Lee Curtis cowered.Freddy Krueger of the Elm Street pics always had an unfair advantage over mute murderers, able to win over the audience with his clever barbs and puns so bad they themselves nearly killed you.Jason Voorhees, most memorably committed to celluloid in several of the Friday the 13ths by Kane Hodder (o...