Tagged: Hugh Laurie

The Low-down on ‘Tomorrowland’

Ever since it was named 1952, we've been especially curious about the Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof project in the works, now titled Tomorrowland. Now, we can finally reveal what the film is actually about!

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The Best of the Rest of 2012: Television Edition

With all of the buzz surrounding juggernauts like Breaking Bad and Homeland, some equally great shows are being edged out of the spotlight, despite having a stellar 2012. H Hammouda gives light to some of these forgotten shows with his handy dandy flashlight.

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Review: ‘The Oranges’ is a Good Squeeze

With a talented cast and a provocative concept, The Oranges is well worth watching, says Lauren Herstik.

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‘RoboCop’ Is Reboot Hell, Says Director

So, Hugh Laurie’s left, the script is supposedly terrible, can 'Robocop' ever catch a break? It seems not, as we’ve just heard that director Jose Padihla is not having fun, and has been complaining to friends about the terrible time he’s been having with the movie - in particular, getting his ideas across. He's actually called it "Hell". Little harsh?

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‘House’ Says Goodbye

After eight seasons of medical mysteries, H Hammouda bids adieu to House and its curmudgeonly doctor.

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Open Letters Love Amy: Dear ‘House’

Amy Lindorff writes an open letter to FOX drama House which announced this week that its eighth season will be the last.

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Review: ‘Arthur Christmas’ is a Holiday Treat

Arthur Christmas is one of the year's best animated films, and it will keep both kids and adults entertained, says Scott Youngbauer.

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Road to the Emmys: Outstanding Actor in a Drama

Bad timing has cost Bryan Cranston a fourth consecutive Emmy for Breaking Bad, leaving this year's race for Outstanding Actor in a Drama wide open. Who will breakthrough in a competitive field? Andrew Payne has the analysis in our Road to the Emmys Series.

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Emmy Favorites and Underdogs 2011

With the Emmy nominations set to come out soon, Dantzler Smith has his annual list of Emmy favorites and underdogs.

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The Housing Crash: Lisa Edelstein Leaves ‘House’

It was recently announced that Lisa Edelstein wouldn’t be coming back for the 8th, and likely final, season of House … and then her character got run over by a car. Dantzler Smith offers his commentary on the character known as Cuddy.

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Review: ‘Hop’ Jumps High

James Marsden stars in Hop, the latest CGI/live action film which includes Russell Brand as the voice of the Easter Bunny heir. Courteney Merritt says it's a delightfully refreshing film that can appeal to broad range of ages.

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Hunger Games Series: Bottles of Haymitch

Adam Spunberg and Savanna New break down the top contenders for the role of Haymitch the alcoholic mentor, with help from The Hob's Gabby Vittoria and Pauline Hughes. The leading candidates are Robert Downey, Jr., Hugh Laurie, Hugh Jackman, Johnny Depp, Brendan Gleeson, and possibly Daniel Day-Lewis.

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‘House’ Recap: Larger than Life

The latest episode of House continued to prove that the show is a poor imitation of its former self, says Noam Cohen. In this episode, House treats a real hero and meets Cuddy's mother. Noam Cohen has the recap.

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House episode recap: Small Sacrifices

Noam Cohen reviews another exciting episode of House M.D.!

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House Episode Recap: ‘A Pox On Our House’

This week's episode of "House M.D." was one of the best in a while, says Noam Cohen. It focused on a single disease that eventually got figured out. But Cohen says it was predictable and added confusion to House's relationship with Cuddy, while Dr. Masters' character gets established.

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