Usually, when ABC chooses its next Bachelor, the highest odds are for a fan favorite from the previous Bachelorette season. All signs this year pointed to Peter Kraus, but the network threw a major curveball in the form of Arie Luyendyk Jr.
Luyendyk was on The Bachelorette in 2012 — you know, when Mitt Romney ran for president and there was just one Avengers movie and the Red Wedding had only happened in books. The former Indy 500 driver has been working in real estate, and now he has a second chance with Bachelor nation — a fan base that isn’t exactly chuffed about his casting.
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Marvel’s upcoming Inhumans might be the first truly bad thing to come out of its expanded cinematic TV and movie universe, judging by the early looks we’re getting at the series, which premieres on ABC on November 3.
The new look has a lot more of characters beyond the wooden Black Bolt, and the mad Maxwell, his brother. But we see more of that really cheesy looking Medusa hair… Read More
Before the 2017 season had even finished filming, Bachelor in Paradise was making headlines. After an alleged sexual encounter between castmates DeMario Jackson and Corinne Olympios halted filming in Mexico, an investigation determined that there was no wrongdoing on set — but Olympios and Jackson were already front and center of an (almost) national scandal.
“I think people wanted it to be something different,” Jackson said, speaking to The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday. “They wanted the angry black guy and this little, innocent white girl. But it wasn’t that.”
“We wouldn’t even be having this discussion at all,” Jackson said, if he weren’t a black man doubted for an encounter with a white woman. Read more…
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Marvel’s Inhumans are ready for action.
ABC’s new superhero show has been touted as the first television series to debut in IMAX before hitting the broadcast airwaves. Which, in turn, raises the question: is this really worth the IMAX treatment?
We’ll have to wait a few more weeks for a definitive answer to that one (Inhumans hits IMAX Sep. 1). But in the meantime, ABC’s trying like hell to convince potential fans that it is.
To that end, they treated the Comic-Con audience to four lengthy clips, three of which featured very different types of action. Read more…
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Ryan Seacrest will soon be back to doing what he does best: Hosting American IdolThe Hollywood Reporter confirmed that the recently-announced host of Live with Kelly and Ryan will return to his roots as master of ceremonies for the singing competition show that got America addicted to singing competition shows.
The news was revealed by Seacrest’s co-host Kelly Ripa on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
“The show is going, we thought well and then all of a sudden we broke up,” Seacrest said of Idol, which ended on Fox earlier this year and will next air on ABC. “I thought it would be great to get back together at some point.” Read more…
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