Steven Spielberg OK’d ‘Sharknado 3’s homage to ‘Jaws’
Jerry Springer will be featured in the special homage to the 40-year-old blockbuster, says director Anthony C. Ferrante. “We had to get clearance from Amblin and (Steven) Spielberg to use this Jaws thing we wanted to do. We got approval, and we were surprised,” he says. “We were waiting for them to go, ‘No, we don’t want to be in Sharknado.’”
“I can’t say a lot, but I am back this season, and it’s going to get particularly interesting with Bran,” Isaac Hempstead Wright tells the Irish Examiner. “He has some interesting visions.” PLUS: Sophie Turner talks defending Sansa Stark — she won’t rule out paralysis for her Game of Thrones character.
Harris joins Michael Buble, Piers Morgan and Marlon Wayans in guest-judging this week’s episode.
Saturday Night Live continues releasing leftover material from Season 40, the latest being The Rock as a dancing flower.
Once Upon a Time was Comic-Con’s most tweeted-about TV show — Game of Thrones didn’t crack the Top 5
Twitter’s data reveals Arrow ranked No. 2 in tweets, Supernatural No. 3, Teen Wolf No. 4 and The Vampire Diaries No. 5.
After Sunday’s episode, Willa Paskin is sorry she gave Season 2 a positive review. “I was giving True Detective the benefit of the doubt, when, obviously, I should have seen the signs, the poor form, the confusion, and known what was coming: a full body splat into the pool so powerful it leaves all the poolside flip-flops caked in chlorine,” she says. “Sunday night’s episode was really, really bad, and not as an outlier, but as an apotheosis.” PLUS: This season has lacked the bravura, subtext, and character-driven drama of Season 1, Nic Pizzolatto explains all the aerial shots, and how can True Detective fix itself for Season 3?
Two and a Half Men, Community, Family Guy and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon all spoofed the famous pottery wheel scene.
Lisa Vanderpump’s reality show is already in production for Season 4.
Kit Harington’s comb-over or Andy Samberg’s “carnation flower of grease”?
Bailey is one of four factors joining the HBO series, playing a “louche bachelor and veteran Westworld guest.”