Aside from being one of the most captivating actors on Sons of Anarchy, Maggie Siff also happens to be funny, charming and extraordinarily stunning. Sadly, you can't visually detect her charm or humor in our on-set, Maggie Siff pictures, but with just one glance, you can totally see what we mean by, "stunning." Take a look!
Tune in tonight 7/6c for the return of Attack of the Show on G4 with Candace Bailey and this week's guest co-host, John Barrowman! They talk to WWE Diva Champion Eve Torres about winning NBC's Stars Earn Stripes, the latest Apple iPhone 5 rumors on The Loop and Chris Gore's review of Piranha 3DD on DVDuesday. Also, Blair Butler shares some steamy comic book picks for Fresh Ink, just in time to wrap up the summer heat. See you tonight.
It appears that Marvel's all-encompassing movie universe centered around The Avengers is about to expand to the realm of the small screen. Not only that, but it seems that it will involve the film's director, Joss Whedon.
According to Deadline, ABC has greenlit a pilot for a live-action TV series centered on Nick Fury's secret government defense agency, S.H.I.E.L.D. (Which is a lot easier than saying, "Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division.")
The pilot, which is set to start production immediately, will be co-written by Joss Whedon along with brother, Jed Whedon (Dollhouse, Spartacus: Vengeance), and Maurissa Tancharoen (Dollhouse. Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.)
How will the Marvel's grand movieverse transition to television?
It's a new Attack of the Show with Candace Bailey and guest co-host Neal Brennan as they bring you Michael Rosenbaum from Smallville live in studio for his new action comedy film, Hit & Run while Jessica Chobot talks to Joseph Gordon-Levitt about Premium Rush. We also review the Olympus Tough TG-1 digital camera on Gadget Pr0n and discuss the state of the daily deal industry on The Loop. Tune in tonight 7/6c for more!
There are plenty of reasons to see The Expendables 2, but perhaps the biggest reasons are the explosions and UFC champ, Randy Couture. We're not saying that the rest of the cast is a bunch of slouches, but you have to admit that whenever Randy Couture is in front of the camera, devastatingly awesome things happen. It's true for every frame of The Expendables 2 and it's also true of our exclusive, behind-the-scenes Randy Couture pictures. See? They're pure dynamite!
Everywhere Dominic Monaghan goes, people admire him for his roles in Lord of the Rings, Lost, and now, The Day, but we bet that Dominic Monaghan has never been as worshiped as he was on the set of AOTS today. If you look closely at our behind-the-scenes Dominic Monaghan pictures, you may even see some nerds on the staff fainting in the background. Whip out your magnifying glass and see if you can spot them, or ditch that idea entirely and just enjoy the candid shots of the incredibly talented Dominic Monaghan.
Tonight on Attack of the Show, Michael Kosta returns as guest co-host with Candace Bailey where they welcome Dominic Monaghan from LOST for his new indie film, The Day. DVDuesday is also back with Chris Gore's reviews of The Hunger Games and Jaws on Blu-ray while Weston Scott checks out the Widmer Brothers Brewing in Portland. Tune in tonight 7/6c for more.
Tonight, Attack of the Show returns with Candace Bailey and comedian Michael Kosta, who will be guest co-hosting all week! Starting at 7/6c, we discuss the lateat news from the Curiosity Mars Rover on The Loop, Bitsie Tulloch visits the studio for Grimm season two premiere and Weston Scott checks out the Brewvana Tour in Portland. Tune in tonight 7/6c!
As far as we're concerned, the two coolest things on earth right now are the Black Dynamite cartoon and the AOTB exclusive photos of the show's creator, Michael Jai White hanging out on the AOTS set with Baratunde Thurston. You don't have to agree, but if you're going to challenge that assertion, you should at least check out the Michael Jai White pics first, before you open your mouth and embarrass yourself.
We believe that whether he's rapping or acting in Hell on Wheels, hip-hop legend Common brings something special to everything he touches, which means that by definition, our behind-the-scenes Common photos must posses some of his unique energy. You should check 'em out and see if a portion of that specialness rubs off on you. Lately, people have been saying behind your back that you could stand to be a little more special. Don't kill the messenger.