Fatally flawed. Morally ambiguous. Possibly corrupt. TV viewers can’t help but be drawn to the anti-hero, those good guys who do bad things and the wrong things for the right reasons. The anti-hero is usually the most compelling character on the show, one that’s often found riding the line between naughty and noble. A protagonist […]
You may not have delved into “The Mindy Project” yet. Many viewers are reluctant to invest time in first season shows which might get cancelled. Fortunately, the comedy was renewed for a second season, making XFINITY’s Watchathon Week the perfect opportunity to catch up on what has developed into a very funny show. Reading the […]
Welcome to XFINITY Watchathon Week! The biggest week of TV catch-up ever kicks off today. XFINITY is offering viewers access to more than 3,900 hours of critically acclaimed and popular TV series content from March 25-31, including making most of its premium-channel on Demand libraries available to non-subscribers. During XFINITY Watchathon Week, TV lovers can […]
Every time he tries to get out, they pull him back in. James Gandolfini is back in business with HBO: He’ll have a starring role in their new pilot “Criminal Justice,” a New York City crime drama based on the 2008 BBC series of the same name.
PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) — Tony Lip, an actor known for playing mobsters on “The Sopranos” and in many feature films, died on Friday in Teaneck, N.J. He was 82. Family members told The Record of Woodland Park that Mr. Lip, whose real name was Frank Anthony Vallelonga and who lived in Paramus, died at a […]
Leaving Tony Soprano behind him, James Gandolfini is suddenly turning up in a slew of small, but significant movie roles. Details …
They (as in that mysterious cabal of prescient creatures that know whether egg yolks are good for your heart, and who really killed Kennedy) say that the world is going to end soon because the Mayans, prescient as they were, couldn’t think far enough ahead to carve calendar dates beyond 2012. Thanks a lot, guys. […]
In a recent interview with David Chase about his new film, “Not Fade Away,” the conversation inevitably turned to “The Sopranos” and its infamous ending.
After “The Sopranos” went black, David Chase’s next move was never in question: He would make a movie.
James Gandolfini stars in a new movie from “Sopranos” creator David Chase.