Tonight's all new episode of 'The Killing' introduces us to a possible second suspect, while Ray Seward continues to count down the days until his execution and Linden struggles to prove to Skinner that the death row inmate isn't responsible for his wife's murder.
Guillermo del Toro and Ron Perlman have been busy doing press for 'Pacific Rim,' but there's another film the two are still talking about: 'Hellboy 3.' And if Perlman has his way, the third film in the franchise might still happen with a little help from Legendary Pictures, who co-produced 'Pacific Rim' with Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. has released two new clips for their upcoming monsters-vs-robots flick, 'Pacific Rim.' The first clip (above) is an explosive and up-close look at one of the human-piloted giant robots fighting a gigantic alien monster (otherwise known as a Kaiju), and we get to learn what an "elbow rocket" is. Hint: it's pretty fantastic. We also get to see the neural bridge in action, which is when two military pilots' brains are linked through the robot's system, allowing them to coordinate attacks with one another telepathically.
It was just last week that we saw the first trailer for the upcoming 'The LEGO Movie,' but the toy company has already announced plans for another big-screen outing, this time with their Ninjago toy line.
In the 'Harry Potter' films, Harry has a little friend named Neville who's kind of dorky, awkward, and mousy, and doesn't quite fit in with everyone else because he's a timid little thing. But you guys, that kid -- whose real name is Matthew Lewis -- grew up to be really hot.
We've watched 'Arrested Development' star Jason Bateman grow from an apple-cheeked child actor to a handsome grown-up who brings humor -- and adorableness -- to his portrayal of the average, everyday man.
The search for Kallie Leeds continues on tonight's new episode of 'The Killing,' in which Bullet becomes a junior detective and we get a little up close and personal with the guy who might have abducted Kallie.
We're only a couple of months away from the debut of 'Kick-Ass 2,' which means it's about time for the stars of the film to begin promoting it -- Jim Carrey certainly has a original way of doing so: by denouncing the violence in the film.
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