5 Takeaways From Marilyn Manson’s 'The Pale Emperor'

January 28th, 2015 1:00pm EST
5 Takeaways From Marilyn Manson’s 'The Pale Emperor'
What comes to mind when you hear the name Marilyn Manson? Crazy, satanic, atheistic, odd, left of center? All those adjectives are fair game for one of music’s most shocking musicians/bands, period. Manson had parents shivering back in the 1990s, and the controversies surrounding him during the period of the ’99 Columbine High School shootings will never be forgotten.

But that was then and this is now, and Manson’s shocking peak has been far behind him and his collective. That said there’s still that sense of fear, rebelliousness, and hellishness when one partakes of a Marilyn Manson...
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Is Chris Pratt The Next 'Indiana Jones' For Disney?

January 28th, 2015 12:36pm EST
Can Chris Pratt Breathe New Life Into The 'Indiana Jones' Franch
Will Chris Pratt breathe new life into the upcoming Disney films remake of the successful "Indiana Jones" franchise?

Just last year, Pratt was known best for his work on "Parks & Recreation" fans. Today, he is an in-demand actor and one of the most bankable stars in Hollywood.

An "Indiana Jones" reboot is still in the early development stages with Disney. The studio, which acquired the rights to the "Indiana Jones" franchise from Paramount in 2013, plans to dust off the adventures of the archeologist, who was played by Harrison Ford in four movies between 1981 and 2008.

In an exclusive f...
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Sarah Rafferty Teases 'A Ton Of Fallout' In New 'Suits' Episodes

January 28th, 2015 12:05pm EST
Sarah Rafferty Teases 'A Ton Of Fallout' In New 'Suits' Episodes
Tonight, Suits returns after that jaw-dropping midseason finale (read our recap of it here) with six new episodes. There's a lot going on at TV's best law firm, so to find out what we can expect, we went to the woman who plays the woman who knows everything: Sarah Rafferty.

Read on to find out what Sarah had to say about how season four picks up, what's in store for her character Donna, and how her longtime friend Gabriel Macht measured up as the director of tonight's midseason premiere.

SPOILER ALERT - This interview discusses plot points from the first half of Suits season four and teas...
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'Supernatural' Recap: The Darkside Beckons

January 28th, 2015 11:45am EST
Supernatural - There's No Place Like Home
If you watched the previews for this week’s “Supernatural” and expected a whimsical thrill-ride, you were painfully, tragically misled. “There’s No Place Like Home” welcomed back adventurer Charlie Bradbury (Felicia Day), played with thematic themes of inner darkness, and saw Dean take another horrific backslide, thanks to The Mark.

Grab your favorite biggest, scariest knife, and let’s dive in, shall we?

Mark Check, 1-2-1-2 | Dean has reached a level of desperation that is downright terrifying. It’s causing him to voluntarily take actions so drastic and insane that he didn’t dare, eve...
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New Song Leaked From Katy Perry's Super Bowl Halftime Show (Listen!)

January 28th, 2015 11:33am EST
Katy Perry
A new song by Katy Perry that's set to debut during her Super Bowl XLIX halftime show on Sunday has leaked online. It's only a joke though.

The new song hit YouTube on Sunday and has no title, just the headline "Katy Perry (Feat. Lenny Kravitz) Leaked Superbowl Song 2015" and a warning not to share the "leaked material."

Related: Katy Perry Denies Rumors She's Paying To Perform At The Super Bowl

The spoof isn't the first to hit YouTube prior to a Super Bowl.

Comedian Tim Heidecker ("Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie") posted the spoof to his YouTube page, and he's also responsible for...
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5 Scoops: Spoilers For 'How To Get Away With Murder,' 'Scandal,' 'Empire' And More

January 28th, 2015 10:57am EST
How I Met Your Mother
This TV blogger couldn’t be happier! Not only are there an impressive new batch of mid-season premieres to consume, Shondaland has finally re-opened, giving me even more delicious spoilers to share! Here are five scoops on “How To Get Away With Murder,” “Scandal,” “Empire” and more!

Liar Liar? Remember when "How To Get Away With Murder's" Conor had a full-on post-murder anxiety attack, ran back to his ex-boyfriend's house and lied that he was freaking out because of a drug problem? Did you wonder why he picked that cover story so readily? Jack Falahee dished to EW.com about his do...
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'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Recap: 'American Horror Story,' Sunny-Style

January 28th, 2015 10:41am EST
'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Recap: 'American Horror Stor
Psycho Pete's back, everybody! Psycho Pete! Psycho Pete! Psycho Pete!

Of course, Psycho Pete wasn't ever here in the first place. The fabled leader of Mac and Charlie's old childhood "Freight Train" gang was mentioned back in the season seven finale, "The High School Reunion, Part 2: The Gang's Revenge."

But back in season seven, Psycho Pete was in jail and then a mental institution. Something to do with cutting up his whole family and eating them.

Now he's here for real. And he's... not actually a psycho. Just a guy with social anxiety disorder and depression, who was bumped up to urban...
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'Sirens' Review: 'Superdick' And 'Johnny Nightingale'

January 28th, 2015 10:09am EST
'Sirens' Review: 'Superdick' And 'Johnny Nightingale'
USA has brought back Sirens for another season of medical slash relationship comedy, and the first two back-to-back episodes - "Superdick" and "Johnny Nightingale" - prove that not much has changed between seasons. It's still two parts often inappropriate laughs and one part occasional point about something, and while it may not win any awards, those looking for a breezy half hour on Tuesday nights can find it here.

"Superdick" finds the Chicago EMTs not too far from where we left them, with Johnny trying not to ruin his relationship with Theresa a second time following their almost-weddin...
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'The Flash' Recap: Sounds Like Supervillainy

January 28th, 2015 10:02am EST
'The Flash' Recap: Sounds Like Supervillainy
It's our firm belief that every single episode of "The Flash" should open like "The Sound and the Fury" does.

That "our hero's already great at his job and he breezes through some petty crooks" opening scene is one of the oldest cliches in the (comic) book, but "The Flash" makes it work. It makes it cool.

Mostly because the action (Barry chasing three separate motorcyclists, while getting directions on the fly from Wells) was so slick, but also for the little things- Barry stealing the baddies' keys instead of beating them up.

The kind of thing that proves Barry's getting pretty good at...
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'Pretty Little Liars' Recap: The Bin Remains

January 28th, 2015 9:50am EST
'Pretty Little Liars' Season 5, Episode 17 Recap: [SPOILER] The
We can clear the air by the fact that Aria can breathe now. She finally works up the courage to tell Ezra about the Ezra-bashing letter she wrote to Jackie. Mr. Prince Charming... He doesn't care of course. He is as calm as a turtle. But remember, turtles have feelings they can't express and so does Ezra.

Speaking of feelings, Spencer has many. Surprisingly she wasn't making as many appearances as usual. Spencer staying low? No biggie though because Caleb recruits someone else to take her spot. Actually he is pushed to do it. Hanna makes Caleb take her to the storage unit to clear signs of...
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