Thursday, April 4, 2013

From LA Examiner: RuPaul Guests on 'Happy Endings'; First Look At 'The Originals'; Photos and My Advance Review of 'Remember Sunday'...

If you've been watching ABC's Happy Endings-- hold up, if you haven't been watching it, get off this page right now and actually watch it or we can't be friends anymore. That's better. You might have noticed that Max (Adam Pally) on Happy Endings has been in need of a makeover lately. Maybe his breakup with Grant last season hit him harder than he can acknowledge, and subconsciously he's down on himself, because we can't fathom how else to explain his ever-growing hair. But in a way we're glad he let himself go because it paved the way for the show to bring in the very fabulous guest star of RuPaul! ... [MORE]

Get ready, The Vampire Diaries fans, because there could be double the fanged goodness coming to The CW soon. A potential spin-off for Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and the rest of "The Originals" is in the works, showing itself in the form of a very special episode later this month centered on the bad boy as he journeys to New Orleans, the town "he and his family helped build." This episode, while fitting into the world of The Vampire Diaries and therefore still featuring Mystic Falls storylines, is designed to be a backdoor pilot for the potential new show... [MORE]

"First Look: Zachary Levi & Alexis Bledel fall in love in Remember Sunday"

In 50 First Dates, Adam Sandler had the seemingly impossible task of making his on-screen girlfriend Drew Barrymore fall in love with him day after day-- because she suffered from an ailment that caused her to forget everything and everyone every night when she fell asleep. The solution seems simple enough, but it takes the whole movie for Sandler's character to figure it out: he creates a video that she will play every morning that will tell her all she needs to know about him, about herself, and about their life together. Hallmark Hall of Fame's new made-for-TV original movie Remember Sunday flips the same concept by showing you the story through the point of view of the character who has the ailment... [MORE]

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