If you have absolutely no idea who Theo James is, it’s time you find out about this talented British actor!Read More
The Screen Invasion Team watches a lot of television. (Something you may have guessed from the many, many recaps posted daily.) As we watched our Fall TV faves, we noticed a trend: namely, female characters who are kicking ass and taking names (literally, in some cases). Ladies so successfully dominating their respective TV-universes that nothing keeps them down for long. And we wanted to do a little something to show these kick-ass TV chicks the R-E-S-P-E-C-T that is so rightly theirs.Read More 30 Rock, ABC, adventure time, Alicia Florrick, AMC, American Broadcasting Companies Inc., Anna Torv, Archie Panjabi, Arya Stark, Astrid Farnsworth, Autumn Reeser, Bebe Wood, Brienne of Tarth, Camille De Pazzis, Carnival Film & Television Limited, Cartoon Network, CBS, Character, Christine Baranski, Christine Kendal, Colleen Donaghy, Cortez, daenerys targaryen, Daisy Betts, Danai Gurira, David Morrissey, Debbie Gallagher, Diane Lockhart, Dichen Lachman, Dowager Countess, Downton Abbey, Elaine Stritch, Elena Gilbert, Ellen Barkin, Emilia Clarke, Emma Kenney, Emma Swan, emmy rossum, Erika Christensen, Evil Queen, Fairy Tale Land, Fall, Fall TV, featured, Fiona Gallagher, Fox, Fringe, Game of Thrones, Gene Page, Georgia King, Ginnifer Goodwin, Glenn Rhee, Goldie, Gwendoline Christie, HBO, Henry, Hynden Walch, Isobel Crawley, James Marsden, Jane, Jared Gilmore, Jasika Nicole, Jennifer Morrison, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jessica Camacho, Jessy Schram, Julia Braverman-Graham, Julianna Margulies, Kalinda Sharma, Kick-Ass Chick, Kristina Braverman, Kylie Sinclair, Lady Mary, Lady Rainicorn, Lady Sybil, Lana Parrilla, Last Resort, Lauren Cohan, LAuren Graham, Lieutenant Grace Shepard, liz lemon, Maggie Greene, Maggie Smith, maisie williams, marceline, Meghan Ory, Michelle Dockery, Michonne, Monica Potter, NBC, NBCUniversal Media LLC, NeNe Leakes, Niki Yang, nina dobrev, Olivia Dunham, Olivia Olsen, Once Upon a Time, Parenthood, Penelope Wilton, princess bubblegum, red, Red Riding Hood, Regina, Rocky, Ruby, Sabor de Soledad, Sarah Braverman, shameless, Shania, Shanola Hampton, Showtime, Snow, Snow White, Sophie, Spring, Steven Yeun, Storybrooke, Tani, The CW, The Good Wife, The Governor, The New Normal, The Vampire Diaries, The Walking Dead, Tina Fey, TV, Veronica Fisher, Winter, ya burnt!
Lionsgate Home Entertainment brings Miramax’s 2004 retelling of a classic fairy tale–starring Anne Hathaway, Hugh Dancy, and Cary Elwes–to Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack for the first time.Read More Aidan McArdle, Anne Hathaway, Blu-ray and DVD, Cary Elwes, catwoman, Cinderella, Don't Go Breaking My Heart, Downton Abbey, Ella Enchanted, Elton John, Eric Idle, fairy tale, Gail Carson Levine, Heidi Klum, Hugh Dancy, James and the Giant Peach, Jim Carter, Joanna Lumley, Kiki Dee, Les Misérables, Lionsgate Home Entertainment, Lucy Punch, Minnie Driver, Miramax, Parminder Nagra, Queen, Somebody to Love, Steve Coogan, The Dark Knight Rises, Tommy O'Haver, Vivica A. Fox
The Primetime Emmys are supposed to represent the cream of the crop when it comes to honoring the year’s best television programs, and before I go any further, I’d like to say that for the most part, the academy did a good job with its nominations. Still, The Emmys tend to contradict themselves every year when […]Read More 30 Rock, Aaron Paul, Amy Poehler, Boardwalk Empire, Breaking Bad, Bryan Cranston, christina hendricks, claire danes, curb your enthusiasm, danni pudi, desperate housewives, Dexter, Downton Abbey, emmy, emmy rossum, emmys, Game of Thrones, Giancarlo Esposito, Girls, Homeland, House, house of lies, how i met your mother, Hugh Laurie, hung, jane levy, jared harris, Jim Parsons, joel mchale, Jon Hamm, Justified, Kristen Wiig, larry david, Louie, Mad Men, Maggie Smith, maisie williams, Max Greenfield, mike & molly, modern family, Neil Patrick Harris, New Girl, nick offerman, Nurse Jackie, Parenthood, parks and recreation, Peter Dinklage, predictions, Ron Swanson, Saturday Night Live, shameles, shamless, snubs, Sofia Vergara, The Big Bang Theory, Thomas Jane, Two and a Half Men, ty burrell, Veep
The first footage from Downton Abbey Series 3 aired during TV Land’s 40th AFI Life Achievement Award presentation, honoring Shirley MacLaine, this past Sunday. MacLaine plays Lady Cora Crawley’s (Elizabeth McGovern) mother, Martha Levinson…and apparently does it so well that McGovern would be overjoyed by a repeat performance. The video is unfortunately shaky, by my excitement is hardly diminished. (The […]Read More Downton Abbey, Elizabeth McGovern, featured, Maggie Smith, Series 3, Shirley MacLaine, TV Land
Though notoriously mute as to upcoming story lines and other show details, the Daily Mail (U.K.) caught some highly telling pictures of the Downton Abbey cast in their wedding finest. (SPOILER ALERT–read on at your own risk!) Such pictures should hardly surprise die-hard fans, as we all witnessed Cousin Matthew’s (Dan Stevens) romantic kneeling-in-the-snow proposal to Lady […]Read More Downton Abbey, featured, Lady Edith, Lady Mary, Matthew Crawley, Season 3, Sir Anthony, Spoilers