Tuesday, May 3, 2011

From LA Examiner: 'Castle' Season Finale Sneak Peek; 'The Vampire Diaries' Penultimate Preview; 'Modern Family' Photos; Alison Brie Talks Paintball!


"Castle season three finale sneak peek"


The third season finale of Castle is an episode entitled "Knockout", but should not be confused with a previous season episode "Knockdown", despite being just as explosive. Because while characters have fallen before, never has such an important one been taken down... [MORE]




"The Vampire Diaries: What to expect from "The Sun Also Rises""

Continuing where “The Last Day” left off, this week’s episode of The Vampire Diaries, entitled “The Sun Also Rises,” takes place over the rest of the night during which Klaus (Joseph Morgan) tries vehemently to perform his sacrifice ritual and unlock his werewolf side. But that doesn’t mean that some of the characters lesser-seen last week are tucked away again now. In fact, it is quite the opposite... [MORE]


"Sneak peek at Modern Family's season two finale"

In a show with family in the title, it really should come as no surprise that the big episodes of each season-- premiere, holiday "specials", finale, etc-- all focus on gathering the group together for an important occasion. And for Modern Family, this year that occasion just happens to be the birthday of a very special family member: patriarch Jay (Ed O'Neill)... [MORE]



"Alison Bri
e on the Community season finale: "[Paint]balls to the wall!""

Alison Brie is an extreme multi-tasker these days. In addition to co-starring on Community as the somewhat anal retentive, always a dreamer Annie Edison, she also recently appeared in Scream 4 as Sydney Prescott's uber-perky book publicist, and right now she is shooting Five Year Engagement with Jason Segel and Emily Blunt, a movie for which she has to master an English accent because she is playing Blunt's sister. But still she took some time out of her insanely busy schedule to chat with reporters about the upcoming two-part season finale of her hit NBC show... [MORE]


"Masterchef season two starts with 100 aspiring chefs, including 6 from L.A."


The second course of Gordon Ramsay and FOX' Masterchef is all set to premiere this summer in just a few weeks, and today the network has announced the whopping one hundred amateur chefs and at-home cooks who are competing to be one of eighteen finalists appearing on the show. The excited group came out to Los Angeles to appear in front of Ramsay and his fellow judges, Graham Elliot and Joe Bastianich, to be whittled down based on presentation, flavor, originality, creativity, and of course, passion for their dishes... [MORE]

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