Sophie Lowe, Michael Socha
Once upon a time, a young girl named Alice took a trip down a rabbit hole and experienced fantastical adventures that would sound insane to anyone in the real world.
That's exactly where we find Once Upon a Time in Wonderland's Alice (Sophie Lowe) when the Once Upon a Time spin-off premieres on Thursday (8/7c, ABC). It's been years after her journey following the White Rabbit (voiced by John Lithgow), and Alice finds herself in a mental institute after her quest to get evidence that Wonderland exists results in the loss of her love, a genie named Cyrus (Peter Gadiot).
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With Alice on the brink of receiving a procedure that would wipe her memories clean, former ally the Knave (Michael Socha) and the White Rabbit come bearing news that Cyrus is actually alive — and thus begins Alice's journey back to Wonderland...
Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine
Star Trek had been off television for four years before J.J. Abrams rebooted the film franchise in 2009. While Abrams' vision has clearly struck a chord with audiences (Into Darkness took in $84 million in its opening weekend), there are still many die-hard Trekkies who argue that Star Trek belongs on the small screen — and they have a point.
Star Trek's Bones is getting Human.
Karl Urban, who plays Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy in the rebooted Trek films from J.J. Abrams, has landed the leading role in Abrams' futuristic buddy cop drama Human, TVGuide.com has learned.
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After getting mixed reviews as Oscars host this past Sunday, Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane says that he has no interest in taking a second stab at the high-pressure gig.
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Odette Annable and Bruce Greenwood have joined the cast of ABC's Venice, TVGuide.com has learned.
The pilot is a modern take on Romeo & Juliet that pits the two rival families of California's most seductive beachside city against each other. Greenwood will play...
It's official! J.J. Abrams has been tapped to direct the upcoming seventh Star Wars film, Disney confirmed Saturday.
"It's very exciting to have J.J. aboard leading the charge as we set off to make a new Star Wars movie," said LucasFilm president Kathleen Kennedy.
Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine
Star Trek fans will be able to get a sneak peek of Star Trek Into Darkness, the highly-anticipated second installment from J.J. Abrams — but they'll have to go see The Hobbit in order to do so.
The first nine minutes of Abrams' new Star Trek film, a follow-up to his 2009 feature, will be shown before select IMAX 3D screenings of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in about 500 theaters beginning on Dec. 14, The Los Angeles Times reports.
Just months after stepping down from his showrunner duties on True Blood, Alan Ball is getting to debut his new Cinemax series Banshee.
The action series, also executive-produced by House vet Greg Yaitanes, will premiere on...
Lost co-creator and executive producer Damon Lindelof is finalizing a three-year overall deal with Warner Bros. TV, Deadline reports.
"I'm ready to come back to TV full-time," he told the site. "This [deal] is...
Burn Notice is beaming up Star Trek's Faran Tahir for a guest spot on the show's upcoming sixth season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Burn Notice recruits Scrubs' John C. McGinley to play Michael's CIA trainer
Tahir, 49, will portray...