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Courtney Love's new role as a nursery school teacher in Sons of Anarchy is to grow into one that dominates the show entirely whether anyone likes it or not, she has announced. "I'm planning to just photobomb all the scenes I'm not in," she said. "I'll do it so often that they'll either have to give up and use the footage anyway, or just fire me, in which case I'll complain endlessly in the press about how they victimised me. Don't underestimate the remarkable stamina I have where self-promotion is concerned."
Channel 5 today announced that it had no intention of broadcasting season five of Justified, having come to the conclusion that it was really very good and therefore not in-keeping with the channel's ethos.
We all know the shows. They're the shows you continually hear about but you've yet to see. Castle, Suits, Sons of Anarchy. House of Lies features three of my favourite actors, but have I seen one scene from it? No, of course not. It's just one of those shows. It's Always Sunny used to be one of those shows. But no more, and thank God for it. This hidden gem has become one of the best comedies on TV and, now entering its ninth season, shows few signs of slowing down.
Sorry, it's just I've only just got into it. More posters here.
I might have been guilty in the past of pointing out
that Timothy Olyphant looks like a date-rapist, and I stand by that. But at the time I'd never been exposed to the splendour of Justified.
This guy. Supposedly they're a normal family who moved into a haunted house, but the bloke never puts a shirt on and he looks like this with it off. And human beings don't actually look like that, so I lost interest. Oh, and Dylan McDermott shirtless topless abs, by the way, Google.
Always the way. You get in after a hard day at the office/factory/zombie killing fields, all you want to do is enjoy a nice sit-down, and the bloody phone rings. But who's calling? The Governor? Merle? The ghost of T-Dog?
"Chandler Riggs," I thought to myself idly tonight. "Ha! What was he, named after Chandler from Friends?" Turns out the kid was born in 1999, when Friends had been on the air for five years. So yeah, that's perfectly plausible. There's so little of my life left.