James Caan knows his way around a baseball bat. As Little League coach for his son’s team, Caan describes his style as “extremely enthusiastic.“ Adding, “I got thrown out three times. I chased two of the umpires over the fence with a baseball bat.”
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When 11-year-old, Adam P. Goldberg filmed his family on a clunky video cam in the 1980s, no one ever dreamed the content would end up anywhere but in an attic along with his Rubik’s Cube and cassette tapes.
Back in 1996, Lewis Black was invited to “The Daily Show” for a segment called “Back in Black.” The performance consisted of Black waving his arms, frothing at the mouth,… More
Is “Low Winter Sun” poised to be AMC’s next “Breaking Bad?” The jury is still out on that, but the cable channel’s latest crime drama certainly has a similar DNA: Tortured and bald anti-hero trying to do the right thing—check.
You won’t have to wait until the last episode of “The Bridge” to learn the identity of the serial killer. “We will solve that crime,” says the show’s executive producer, Elwood Reid. “We’ll put it away in a very dramatic fashion, way before the end of the season.”
Prepare for lots of Voodoo, New Orleans creepiness, and, of course, witches in the upcoming FX series “American Horror Story: Coven.” A hall-of-fame panel of actresses—including Angela Bassett, Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and Sarah Paulson along with executive producer, Tim Minear—gathered at the TV Critics Press tour today to reveal some Season 3 secrets.
“Sons of Anarchy” has never shied away from controversy, and the Season 6 premiere episode, which airs September 10th on FX, is no exception. We don’t want to be a spoiler sport, but let’s just say the episode loosely mirrors a very violent, very tragic, real-life event.