According to Entertainment Weekly, Ian McShane has been cast in a mystery role. Let the speculation begin.
Snow White and the Huntsman is still days away from shooting, but the Comic-Con panel revealed these photos of stars Chris Hemsworth, Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, and Sam Claflin, plus they confirmed which badass Brits* are playing the movie's dwarfs.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides is Disney's desperate attempt to throw off all the baggage of the previous sequels and get back to the simple pleasures of a half-mad swashbuckling Johnny Depp. And this time, there's mermaids!
Oh Ian McShane, how we love your gleeful Pirates of the Caribbean 4 scenery-chewing! Could this be the first Pirates movie where we're rooting for someone besides Johnny Depp? Watch a new Blackbeard clip now!
Pop culture's most famous pirate makes his return later this month, in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. The cast and crew told us what's in store for Captain Jack — and whether he might do a fifth movie.
We've got a new crop of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides clips that finally show off Ian McShane doing what he does best: acting like a pirate. This is the role McShane was born to play.
The trailer for the the fourth Pirates of the Caribbean flick is out. On Stranger Tides has (so far) got all the things a good pirate movie needs: liquor, angry half-naked ladies and Johnny Depp.
First NBC shoves Kings from its Sunday spot to Saturday night, and now they're holding off until June to air the final episodes, still on that terrible Saturday night spot. According to the trades, the show has been completely pulled until June 13, and will finish its run through July 25. This is a travesty. [THR Feed]
We've all been anxiously waiting for Kings to pick up the pace and leave its predictable beginnings behind. With one quick text-message, our cast went from soap stars to believable characters. Spoilers below.
Butterflies be damned - Kings shows us the damage God's hand can really do, when He's pissed off at Ian McShane. Also, the Ice Queen shows us all who's wearing the pants in this monarchy.
This weekend, NBC is ready to launch its alternate-reality drama about modern day royal families and their struggle for power (including guest stars like Macaulay Culkin). Can Kings rule over our DVRs?