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Cast and Creators of 'Colony' Drop by Marvel LIVE!
"Colony" star Josh Holloway and creators Carlton Cuse and Ryan Condal talk about the new series coming to USA, their love of "Star Wars," and their favorite super powers on Marvel LIVE! at New York Comic Con 2015.
Boy With Rare Brain Condition Proves Doctors Wrong With Help of High School Football Team
When Ben Holloway was diagnosed with a rare brain condition about a year ago, doctors weren't sure he was going to live, let alone be able to play football. But one year later, Holloway proved doctors wrong. Though he still needs check-ups, Holloway is now a healthy, thriving 5-year-old who
Review: ‘Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol’
Perhaps what gets lost in the recent mythology of Tom Cruise is his desire to thrill and be thrilled. He’s an adventure seeker of the highest order and for that, movie fans, we should thank him. Cruise always attempts to achieve new heights, both...
'Point Break': Where Are They Now?
With a Remake in the Works, Here's a Look at What Happened to the Cast of the Action Classic
'Dallas': Where Are They Now?
Larry Hagman May Reprise His Role as JR Ewing, with Kiefer Sutherland a Possible New Cast Member
'Lost' Finale: Mysterious Epilogue Leaves Viewers Debating
'Lost' Final Season Closes With Questions and Answers About Fate of Oceanic Flight 815 Survivors
'Lost' Answers Arrive, but How They Get Here Is the Fun Part
Don't ask. Yes, I know. You have questions and you want answers. Happily, "Lost's" two-part return provides them, along with more jolts, twists, wit and sheer entertainment value than almost any other show on television. It also provokes more questions, which is part and parcel of the "Lost"
Celeb Watch: Mader Makes Her Mark as Latest 'Lost' Cast Member
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — "Wicked" is Rebecca Mader's favorite word. She uses it to describe Meryl Streep, with whom she shared a scene in The Devil Wears Prada. Also among the "wicked": Kate Walsh, whom she appeared alongside in Private Practice's first episode. And perhaps the most wicked of all:
Free Video Teaches Women Easy Self-Defense Moves
Nearly 60,000 children are abducted by strangers each year. The majority of those are girls, who are also more frequently targeted for sexual attacks. Now, Dallas Jessup and Catherine Wehage are taking a shot at stamping out violence against girls by teaching them the tools they need to fight back.