A Look Inside Stephen King’s ‘Bag of Bones’

“Stephen King’s Bag of Bones” isn’t “Twilight.” Nor is it “Saw.” “There are no teenagers in this cast,” executive producer-director Mick Garris told XfinityTV.com on Thursday. “And it’s not about slaughtering people in creative ways.” Not that there’s anything wrong with those things. Still, Garris said, that’s probably why you’ll see this Gothic ghost tale […]

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‘The Good Wife’: Should Will Dump Alicia to Save Lockhart-Gardner?

“The Good Wife” is all about moral ambiguity. Lockhart-Gardner and the State’s Attorney’s office exist in a giant grey area. “Whisky, Tango, Foxtrot,” last night’s episode, explores what happens when grey meets black and white. Is Will Gardner Alicia’s Savior or Peter 2.0? The State’s Attorney’s Office is determined to prove that he is the […]

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Opening Today: ‘Megamind,’ ‘Due Date,’ ‘For Colored Girls’

Finally, it’s Friday, which means maybe we can stop drowning in commercials for Megamind and Due Date, since it feels like we’ve been smothered by them. They’re both being released today, alongside Tyler Perry’s most ambitious project to date, the poetic drama adaptation For Colored Girls, with an all-star cast delving into some deeply disturbing […]

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Scoop! ‘Good Wife’ Gets Visit From ‘Dreamgirl’ Anika Noni Rose

CBS’ ‘The Good Wife‘ continues to arm for bear in its second season, adding a Tony Award winner – Anika Noni Rose – to its already impressive roster of guest stars. Rose, whose TV credits include HBO’s ‘The No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency‘ (which may be back as a series of TV-movies) and USA’s ‘The […]

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