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GRIMM: The Grimm That Stole Christmas Sneak Peek

Tomorrow’s the big day – the Grimm Christmas episode. We know from past years that Monroe doesn’t mess around when it comes to holiday decorating and this week’s ep is going to introduce us to a trio of very Gremlin-like Wesen who are bent on destroying Monroe and Rosalee’s lovingly decked house. Things get pretty crazy when Rosalee and Juliette ... Read More »

GRIMM SEASON PREMIERE RECAP: That’s what I call a bad day

Grimm 4.01: Thanks for All the Memories As promised, we got things started right where last season’s cliffhanger left off – with Juliette, Nick, Hank, and Trubel fleeing the wedding, heading back towards the house (and major crime scene). After a few minutes to get their stories together (i.e. deleting all mention of Wesen and Grimms), they approach the police ... Read More »

AUTUMN AT OZ: Keeping the Land of Oz Alive

This past weekend saw a large number of people visiting the North Carolina site of the long-abandoned Wizard of Oz theme park for the 20th anniversary of the Autumn of Oz festival. One weekend a year the gates to the derelict park in Beech Mountain, North Carolina opens for the curious and those who remember what the park once was. ... Read More »

WONDERLAND: Pilot a Go at NBC

Coming from Anthony Zuiker, the creator of CBS’s long-running CSI, is Wonderland, which has just gotten a pilot order from NBC. Reports Deadline, “Wonderland is set years after the events in the book and centers on Alice and a new character, Clara. Seven years ago, Clara’s life took an unexplained turn for the worse, and a mysterious stranger tells her ... Read More »

HARRY POTTER FLASHBACK: An Interview with “Azkaban”Director Alfonso Cuaron

JK Rowling’s Harry Potter is celebrating his 15th anniversary this year, and as our own little offering towards that celebration we’re offering the first in a series of never-before-posted interviews with personnel involved with the film versions. Things kick off with director Alfonso Cuaron, who helmed one of the most beloved entries in the series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner ... Read More »

RISE OF THE GUARDIANS: Casting This Childhood Dream Team

Rise of the Guardians is described by Wikipedia as follow: “It is an upcoming 2012 American 3D computer-animated fantasy-adventure film based on William Joyce’s The Guardians of Childhood book series and The Man in the Moon short film by Joyce and Reel FX. Produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Peter Ramsey, the film will be released on November 21, ... Read More »

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: “I Don’t Wanna Let You Go” Music Video

With fans having gotten the good news that Beauty and the Beast has been given a full season order by the CW, original creations continue in the form of the “I Don’t Wanna Let You Go” music video edited by YouTube user boby2292. The song itself was originally recorded by Ross Copperman. Read More »

DOROTHY OF OZ: New Images Released

From Moviefone:”Glee star Lea Michele slips on the ruby slippers for this animated 3D musical update of The Wizard of Oz, directed by Daniel St. Pierre and written by Adam Balsam, Randi Barnes, and Barry Glasser. Kansas has been devastated by tornadoes. Returning home to find the farm in ruins, young Dorothy is transported back to Oz, and embarks on ... Read More »

ONCE UPON A TIME: Behind the Scenes Gallery

Just Jared has posted a number of behind the scenes images from season two of Once Upon a Time, describing them as follows: “Ginnifer Goodwin wraps her arms around co-star and boyfriend Josh Dallas while filming scenes for the second season of their hit show Once Upon A Time on Tuesday (October 23) in Richmond, Canada. The 34-year-old actress was ... Read More »

GRIMM: “The Other Side” – Episode 2.8 Official Synopsis

HIGH SCHOOL COMPETITION TURNS DEADLY–JAMES FRAIN AND CLAIRE COFFEE GUEST STAR — Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) are called to the scene of a murdered high school academic decathlete and learn just how competitive some extracurricular activities can be, and the extremes some coaches and parents will go to give students the best chance for success. In other ... Read More »