The season three finale of Pretty Little Liars was by far my favorite one! There were just so many surprises and it left me with more questions then ever! I can honestly say I can’t wait for next season!
And so just in case you missed it here are five things you should know:
Toby is alive
Looks like we all got the happily ever after we wanted. Not only is Toby alive, but he only joined the A Team to help protect Spencer. Oh, how cute.
Aria and Ezra are over
After Ezra gets a substitute teacher position in the district, Aria decides to call it quits. But if I know PLL like a do, Aria and Ezra they will be together again soon enough! I only shed a few tears.
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Thomas the Tank Engine is putting the HOOD in childhood. Looks like the famous locomotive got a whole lot gangster in this remix, mashing up Biggie Small’s “Machine Gun Funk.” It’s hilarious because who would ever think to mix the two together? This has got to be the best childhood win ever!
“I don’t want to piss Joe Roth off … it’s a movie he produced a few years ago. I don’t know if i was supposed to say anything,” sheen told TMZ.
Roth produced Major League, Alice in Wonderland, among others.
Sheen added, “Look through his films and you’ll see which one makes the most sense … and it’s not “Coup de Ville.”
Any guesses on what the show could be? Look at Roth’s Wikipedia page for some clues.
The award show, which is hosted by celebrity blogger extraordinaire Perez Hilton, will select winners from the ‘Glee’ cast based on performances throughout the hit TV series.
Co-hosting will be Glee’s very own Josh Sussman, otherwise known as ‘Jew-Fro’ on the show. Expect categories such as ‘Best Original Song,’ ‘Best Medley,’ and ‘Album Of The Season.’
Guest-starring performers will also have the chance to be honoured in the category ‘Best Guest Performance,’ where John Stamos and Gwyneth Paltrow are both nominated. Lets hope Paltrow doesn’t walk away with any awards – we don’t want her singing ego to get any bigger.
Season two of “Sanctuary” premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET on Space and andPOP caught up with one of its stars to talk about one of the most high-speed sci-fi series. Why high-speed? Well, the series actually had its beginnings on the web but “Sanctuary” has since grown into a phenomenon of its own and moved into the small screen during its first season.
“We have a blast. I mean, sometimes we think we’re in the wrong genre, we should be doing comedy because from morning to night we’re laughing the entire time, Amanda [Tapping] leading the chart being the constant giggler,” says Canadian-born Robin Dunne who plays Dr. Will Zimmerman on the show. “If she was a superhero she’d be The Giggler…I hate to use an overused cliche but it really is like a family, that’s how it feels.”
But don’t be fooled, “Sanctuary” — which follows the adventures of scientist Dr. Helen Magnus (played by Amanda Tapping) who shelters a population of strange and at times terrifying beings with the help of Dunne’s character — is far from a comedy, although it has its fair share of tongue-in-cheek moments. This time around, things are about to get darker.
Lauren Conrad’s spotlight may be gone from reality show, The Hills, but she has deftly redirected it to her newest movie-making endeavor.
Conrad has decided to work with the executive producers of Twilight, Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey, to turn her novel, “L.A. Candy,” into a film.
“I mean, you can’t do much better, right?” she remarked to MTV News at the launch of her Kohl’s LC Lauren Conrad clothing line.
According to mtvnews.com, she went on to explain that the book was never meant to be a movie. Instead, Conrad had envisioned it as a TV show. The former Hills star knows a thing or two about TV. “Originally, when people started talking to me about turning the books into television, I was really excited,” she explained. “Then we got approached about the movie and I wasn’t really sure it would work. The story is supposed to take place over a couple of years and it’s hard to do with a movie.”
So we went to the red carpet for the premiere of the new film (now in theatres) but we also had a one on one sit down with The Trailer Park Boys creator Mike Clattenburg, and the hardest rapper from the East Coast, J-Roc.