After an exciting start last week, The Voice returned with another round of auditions this week, featuring two returning hopefuls, a total of five 4-chair turners and the show's first blind singer We also continued to witness the developing coachmance between Gwen and Pharrell, as well as appreciate Blake's witty one-liners and the emotional roller coaster that is Adam Levine As a group, the coaches were certainly more wary of turning their chairs too early, all waiting to hear the particular voice missing on their teams.
We've known since August that Kyle MacLachlan was coming to Marvel's Agent's of S.H.I.E.L.D. this season, but there was no realizing the full, surreal impact of seeing the erstwhile Agent Cooper in the Marvel universe until it actually happened.
Seatbelt or no seatbelt, Tracy Morgan wasn't about to let Wal-Mart put the blame on him without a response.
Did you really think Marvel was going to recast Dominic Cooper? Of course not. When Marvel's Agent Cartercomes guns blazing to ABC in 2015, Cooper will, indeed, reprise his role as Howard Stark, the studio confirmed Tuesday See also: 9 Nerdy Marvel Facts Backed by Science Cooper first played the role as Tony Stark's father in 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger Between this news and the news from last week that Boardwalk Empire alum Shea Whigham will be joining the cast, we kind of need Agent Carter in our lives right now.
When Community returns for a new season on Yahoo Screen, it will be without the study group's most perpetually plucky member.
Like many Twitter users when they're upset, Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello fired off a tweet to complain about an unfavorable customer-service experience.
Add an animated hat to Pharrell's list of noteworthy headgear The "Happy" singer and his attire got quite the transformation for his new "It Girl" music, which features Pharrell running around as a video-game character in between vibrant anime scenes.
Not again The Taken 3 — excuse us, Tak3n — trailer dropped Tuesday, and it's basically the Liam Neeson variety hour, featuring (but not limited to) jumping out of windows, car chases, bullet-dodging and stuffed-bear holding In case you were worried how Neeson's character Bryan Mills somehow managed to lose his daughter again, it's OK — she does not get tak3n (that we know of) this time.
Tetris is probably one of the greatest puzzle games of all time. It's been played by millions and influenced thousands of game designers since its 1984 release.
It's official: Taylor Swift is the patron saint of celebrity kindness. The pop star paid a surprise visit to Ben, a leukemia patient in early August, and together they performed a sweet cover of Adele's "Someone Like You." Swift sang the lyrics while the patient accompanied her on a keyboard that he had moved into his room a week before.
Netflix and the Weinstein Company's plan to premiere Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend simultaneously on the streaming network and in IMAX theaters next year has already met a formidable foe: The major U.S.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, was arrested in Maryland on Tuesday for a driving under the influence, Maryland Transportation Authority confirms via statement Phelps, 29, was pulled over in the Fort McHenry Tunnel by Maryland Transit Authority police, around 1:40 a.m.
Jon Negroni's theory about beloved Pixar characters swept the Internet last summer when he provided an in-depth analysis suggesting every Pixar movie, from Brave to Ratatouille to WALL-E, took place in the same universe While Negroni's theory was spectacular, it was extensive and complex.
Seminal New York music venue CBGB (country, bluegrass and blues, since you asked) opened in 1973 at the meeting of Bowery and Bleecker Street, and was run by Hilly Kristal.
A short slide followed by a brief moment on his hands and knees resulted in an excessive celebration penalty on Kansas City Chiefs defensive player Husain Abdullah during Monday night's game against the New England Patriots It has also ignited fierce criticism from those who see the penalty as a double standard, and the NFL has since backtracked on flagging the Chiefs safety.
What you may have missed last week: Michael and Emma, Sadie and Mark, and Tavis and Sharna found themselves in jeopardy, but as we learned in Tuesday's results show, Tavis' lack of skill and personality ultimately sent him packing This week: One team lighter, we twirled into movie night, during which the pairs danced to the theme of a classic movie. Before anyone took center stage, though, Tom told the audience that starting with this week, they would return to the one-night-per-week format — which meant, of course, that another couple would go home based on last week's judge's scores and voting by the end of the show.
Once Upon a Time executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz have always had a pretty good relationship with Disney when it came to bringing iconic pieces from the universe into the show.
With mobile gaming, you'll never need to stare into space again. You can go from waiting rooms and train platforms to zipping through asteroid fields or racing against the clock to claim Candy Crush Saga superiority over your friends.
Paul Thomas Anderson makes two, maybe three full-length films per decade — the last three were Punch-Drunk Love (2003), There Will Be Blood (2007) and The Master (2013) — and he rarely makes any that aren't very good, if not excellent It is thus unsurprising that movie buffs have been anxious to see his upcoming movie, Inherent Vice, and while the theatrical release is still far off (Jan.
Makeovers aren't just for reality TV. Most video game redesigns incorporate new characters, along with detailed costumes and evolving physiques.