It's already that time of year, when the nominations for the Golden Globes — the biggest precursor to the Oscars —are announced, and the nominees for 2013 hold a few pleasant surprises.
HBO's Boardwalk Empire shocked fans last season when the ever-evolving treachery of Steve Buscemi's Nucky Thompson drove him to kill his protege and show favorite Jimmy Darmody, played by Michael Pitt, and now Boardwalk Empire is trying to fill the gap with an amped-up body count.
Chris Hemsworth, 29, is taking up his hammer again for the Thor sequel, Thor: The Dark World, which has recently kicked off filming in Surrey, England, and already has an Asgardian battle scene underway.
A myriad of 1900s era dramas have emerged on television in the past few years, most recently with shows like Pan Am (ABC) and the ill-fated Playboy Club (NBC) yielding varying degrees of plaudit. It is consoling therefore to know that there is one viewers can go back to expecting nothing less than the utmost in quality, as Boardwalk Empire makes a triumphant return to HBO.
HBO’s new hit Boardwalk Empire stands at the intersection of movie and television show, drawing a little from both to form a compelling series about 1920s Atlantic City and the lives of the gangsters who defy Prohibition.
If you DVR'd Sunday night's season two finale of Boardwalk Empire, then be forewarned: SPOILER ALERT! James "Jimmy" Darmody (Michael Pitt) was shot — murdered — by none other than his father figure and mentor Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi).
HBO's Emmy-nominated, '20s era crime boss drama Boardwalk Empire started its second season Sunday night with a highly consequential bang. Chalky White (Michelle K. Williams), fleeing a race-based attack, shot and killed one of the white Klansmen, which puts her in a heap of trouble.
A Dance with Dragons by George R.R. Martin, the fifth installment in the fantasy series of novels, Song of Ice and Fire, which made HBO's Game of Thrones (named after the first book in the series) a runaway hit this year, landed in bookstores today to a captive audience and an almost assured bestseller status.
Boardwalk Empire star Paz de la Huerta was arrested after a drunken fight broke out at hot spot The Standard Hotel in New York on Sunday night, the New York Daily News reports. De La Huerta allegedly threw a glass and punched Samantha Swetra, former star of MTV's The City, in the face.
The King's Speech took top honors at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday night, besting The Social Network in what is becoming a very tight race for Best Picture at the Oscars. After winning top honors at the Directors Guild and Producers Guild awards earlier this week, The King's Speech looks to be slightly ahead of The Social Network at the Academy Awards.
If you are one of the approximately 5 million viewers who tuned in to see the season premiere of HBO’s new Sunday night sensation, Boardwalk Empire, it’s possible that you had a “where have I seen that dude” moment when the camera zoomed in on the face of Jimmy Darmody.