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Michael Idato What's happening in the world of the small screen?
Skip the curtsey
Michael Idato To a generation of filmgoers, she was Her Highness, Princess Leia Organa, of the planet Alderaan.
Michael Idato Han Solo is still a rogue, despite his emergence as the elder statesman of the upcoming seventh Star Wars film, The Force Awakens, actor Harrison Ford has said.
Michael Idato In the Hollywood sausage factory, few films have to wait as long as My Big Fat Greek Wedding has to get a sequel.
When heroes fall
Michael Idato Marvel's Jessica Jones is a superhero suffering from post-traumatic stress, who has put her mask, but not her past behind her.
Michael Idato A new Star Trek, Q&A takes to the stage and much more, here's the latest in news and gossip from tyhe TV world.
Michael Idato Modern-day superheroes may benefit from CGI and complex inner lives, but are still driven by the same DNA as their forebears.
Michael Idato Industrial goggles could soon join inexpensive lingerie, white high heels and breast implants on film sets in the California porn industry.
Michael Idato While Bindi's mum Terri has signed a release stating she gives up all rights to any money her daughter will make on Dancing with the Stars, the judge also wants one from her father.
Michael Idato Put to paper from the pen of 'Breaking Bad' writer Moira Walley-Beckett, 'Flesh and Bone' is a drama set in the world of ballet, with a title that evokes the tremendous physical toll that ballet...
Michael Idato As the explosive third season of The Blacklist gets underway, FBI profiler Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) has been framed for a political assassination, a large piece of a slowly forming mosaic...
Michael Idato Good chemistry is an essential part of being a crime-solving double act on TV. Here are the best of them.
The librarian returns
Michael Idato From saving lives in ER, Noah Wyle is now saving the world, as a quirky librarian with access to the world's secrets. And there's more change to come, the actor says.
Michael Idato The iconic science fiction franchise Star Trek will go boldly once more.
Michael Idato Even in the so-called golden age of television, well-made formulaic television can pack a punch.
Michael Idato Eight seasons in, Nathan Fillion is as surprised - and delighted - as anyone that Castle is still going as strong as ever.
Michael Idato Few feuds in Hollywood are as old, and as poisonous as Star Trek vs Star Wars.
Horror icon returns
Michael Idato It's back to the chainsaw for Bruce Campbell.
A galaxy of rumours
Michael Idato Jedis and Sith Lords and Death Stars, oh my!
Michael Idato Producer Greg Nicotero talks about the boom in the zombie genre and competing with 'Game of Thrones'.