Three TV spots sum up Christopher Nolan's mind-bending Inception, and new Transformers 3 set video includes crazy car stunts. There's True Blood scandal and Lost romance. Plus Lost, Doctor Who, Supernatural, Fringe, FlashForward and V spoilers!
OMG here are three new TV spots for Christopher Nolan's new non-Batman movie about a guy who flies inside your dreams.. sort of like a bat, but not really.
Iron Man 3:
Despite his vocal misgivings about having the Mandarin as the villain of this next film, Jon Favreau still thinks you have to do it. [MTV]
Character actress Kim Whitley tweeted that she has a bit part in this movie. And someone in Sherman Oaks, CA (which may be where the Witwicky residence is located) tweeted that they filmed a scene where there was "simulated gunfire" and two robots assassinated some humans. [TLAMB]
The Twins are back! Huzzah! They filmed a scene in Sherman Oaks, plus there was a bit where a car was tossed down an alley. One of the Twins transforms and beats the crap out of a tiny little car. And there's anti-Autobot graffiti on the walls, containing the Autobot symbol and the words "GO HOME," suggesting that there's some bad sentiment about our robot friends in the new movie. Photos and video by Ben Brown, via ILoveBenBrown.[TLAMB]
Karen Gillan interviews Matt Smith, and he says this season is sort of like Pan's Labyrinth. [BlogtorWho]
Here are some promo pics from the two-part season finale. [SpoilerTV]
Here's a super-short new promo for season three which gives you a glimpse of the new season's werewolf action. [MTV]
In keeping with the books, this show will be exploring the world of faeries soon. [E! Online]
The new gay vampire Talbot (Theo Alexander) will cheat on his sugar-daddy boyfriend of 700 years, the 3,000-year-old King of Mississippi, with one of these four guys: Bill (Stephen Moyer), Eric (Alexander Skarsgård), Jason (Ryan Kwanten) or Sam (Sam Trammell). [TV Guide Magazine]
Here's another sneak peek from the thrilling season finale. [SpoilerTV]
Here's what happens in the finale, according to Laura Vandervoort:
There is a huge cliff-hanger. It's Earth-shattering and detrimental to the human race and really shakes up everyone's state of being. A lot of the characters that haven't interacted before will for the first time and Erica does get to visit the ship.
Father Jack takes us behind the scenes. [The V Files]
For a little while there, it seemed like this show was set for renewal, despite terrible ratings, because of its overseas numbers. But given its completely craptacular recent ratings numbers, that's no longer the case, and it's looking pretty doomed. Meanwhile, the last two episodes of the season both take place on the magic date of April 29, the day of the blackout, and they're "not to be missed." [E! Online]
At least one flash forward will be coming true in the season finale — Bryce and Keiko will be meeting up, and they'll share a kiss in the restaurant where they meet up. And one promo photo shows everybody in the restaurant where Keiko and Bryce meet slumped over — as if another flashforward takes place right after the first one comes true? [TV Overmind]
Annnd... here's the press release for the season finale:
"Future Shock" - It's D-Day - April 29, 2010 - and while everyone waits to see if their flashforward visions come true, Mark uncovers the date of the next blackout, and Simon, with Demetri, attempts to stop it from happening by breaking into the NLAP mainframe, on the Season Finale of "FlashForward," THURSDAY, MAY 27 (8:00-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Here are a slew of promo photos from the finale. [SpoilerTV]
In tonight's regular-character-free episode, one of the two main characters doesn't seem to have a name. (M.I.B., I'm guessing.) [E! Online]
Jorge Garcia discusses the finale. Sounds like not even Vincent the dog is safe. [TV Squad]
Michael Emerson says Ben's new love interest is "fun and unexpected, and I think it will be thrilling for longtime viewers." And he says that a lot of the densely packed two-and-a-half-hour finale has to do with "integration" of the flash-sideways with the regular timeline. [Fancast]
Maggie Grace says Shannon gets a sense of closure from her appearance in the final episode. [TV Guide Magazine]
Additional reporting by Mary Ratliff.