The Voice scaled down one last week as Team Pharrell‘s Emily Keener was ousted after surprisingly finding herself in the bottom two. It turned out to be an unexpected bottom pair as Emily found herself squaring off against Team Adam‘s Owen Danoff, even though Team Blake‘s Paxton Ingram was by far the lowest selling performer on iTunes. Will the surprises keep coming? Let’s get into tonight’s performances and find out. Continue reading The Voice Top 11: Laith It On the Line
Torrey DeVitto plays Dr. Natalie Manning on Chicago Med, another successful Dick Wolf produced show that should have staying power. During the NBC/Universal Summer Press Day, I asked DeVitto to briefly pick a film that continues to inspire her as an actress and a moviegoer. She upped the ante and picked two films that I also love.
As we hit the Top 12 on The Voice, odds are most viewers have clued in to some definite frontrunners. From her Blind Audition performance, Team Christina‘s Alisan Porter got some declarations similar to what Jordan Smith received last season, and like Smith, she’s not done anything to really have anyone swayed from those positive comments. Likewise, Team Blake‘s Adam Wakefield has emerged as a soulful country-tinged artist who feels like he’s toiled at radio for years. And young teacher Hannah Huston has been Team Pharrell‘s top performer from the moment she stepped onstage. So it should come as no surprise that all three once against commanded the stage for standout performances during the Top 12 show. Continue reading The Voice Top 12: Alisan Porter, Hannah Huston + Adam Wakefield Continue to Thrive
Eleanor Parker gives a standout performance in “The Woman In White,” a movie that’s available as a Manufactured on Demand (MOD) title from the Warner Archive Collection. The picture, based on Wilkie Collins’ 1859 novel, may not be a household name but it’s a flick that’s not to be missed. Here’s 5 reasons to watch “The Woman In White.”
Pamela Romanowsky makes her feature directing debut with the ambitious and evocative The Adderall Diaries, a project that’s based on Stephen Elliott’s bestselling memory. On the surface, the story centers on Stephen’s fixation with a high-profile murder case (Christian Slater plays the suspect) and the deepening rift between he and his father (the always effective Ed Harris). Amber Heard co-stars as a New York Times journalist who enters a relationship with Stephen,
Last night, Team’s Blake and Christina had their shot at the spotlight. Tonight on The Voice, it’s time for Team Adam and Team Pharrell to step up. And after tonight, it will be time to cut the field in half. So let’s get into the second night of The Voice‘s Live Playoffs: Continue reading The Voice Live Playoffs: Teams Adam + Pharrell Battle It Out
We’ve seen them audition, we’ve seen them battle and yes we’ve even seen a few get knocked out. Only 20 remain (though four additional performers are getting a second chance) as we head into the first night of The Voice Live Rounds. Two of the teams, Blake Shelton‘s and Christina Aguilera‘s, will be cut significantly after tonight’s performances, so let’s get into it.
Now in its fourth season, Chrisley Knows Best spotlights the real life adventures (and misadventures) of the Chrisleys, a loving Atlanta based family that are not afraid to speak candidly with each other. I had the pleasure of interviewing members of the Chrisley family during a recent NBC/Universal press day, and Julie and Savannah Chrisley offered a few insights on the show’s success.
The freshman sitcom Crowded centers on Mike and Martina (Patrick Warburton, Carrie Preston), loving parents who are actually looking forward to an empty nest. Plans change when their daughters Stella and Shea (Mia Serafino, Miranda Cosgrove) move back home. With Mike’s parents (Stacy Keach, Carlease Burke) deciding not to get their own place, Mike and Martin’s residence is overpopulated with loved ones!
The Angry Birds Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) will be released Friday, May 6 via Atlantic Records, and the album is available now for pre-order. Fans who pre-order the soundtrack will receive an instant download the Blake Shelton tune “Friends,” which serves as the soundtrack’s lead single.