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Mother’s Day procrastinators, it’s going to be hard to top this.
James Spader stopped by BUILD Series NYC to discuss The Blacklist, The Office, his iPhone, living in New York on a theatre
Ever since I saw James Spader in Pretty in Pink, I loved him. Sure, his character, Steff, was deplorable but there was just something about his character that stood out. Now with the Blacklist, 80s movie buffs like me can't get enough!
What's your favorite thing about acting? Jillian Lebling on set. Tell us about your character in Bridge of Spies. I had a
For what's turned out to be one of the biggest hits of all-time, the not especially felicitously titled Avengers: Age of Ultron has gotten a lot less love and devotion than the numbers would suggest.
Joss Whedon is once again doing the honors as writer/director, but is this next installment a fitting follow-up to the justifiably praised first film? Check out my review by clicking on the player or right-clicking the link to download.
A notable and transformative shift has taken place at NBC. The network has chosen to bet its Thursday night on more serious dramas in hopes of aligning its programming with the viewing preferences of American audiences.
In a competitive category that could've deservedly gone to any of the nominees, Spacey broke through to win the award for
For seven years NBC tried to tell everyone that 30 Rock was a hit. It was not. Critics enjoyed it but no one was rabidly watching it like Modern Family. The Blacklist is the ONLY holdover for new shows from last season and that is only good because James Spader is truly "the man".
Holding court after a sumptuous brunch honoring Hilary Swank for receiving Montblanc's Creative Impact in Acting award and
Question: What do science fiction, fantasy and horror have in common? Answer: they are the genres honored annually, for the past four decades, by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.
On "The Blacklist," Red finds himself trapped in the box with a dying Ressler, while Anslo Gerrick starts killing off his friends outside.
Red (James Spader) visits his family home on "The Blacklist,' and then blows it up
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Red's intentions are never what they seem, and as Spader pointed out to HuffPost TV, the only thing you can really believe
"Hostages" unfolds with the crisp efficiency of a humorless event planner checking tasks off a list; the similarly decent "Blacklist" at least features the hambone performance of James Spader.
If one of the world's most wanted criminals strolled into the FBI and surrendered, offering valuable intel on terrorist threats
NBC's "The Blacklist" premieres Mon., Sept. 23 at 10 p.m. ET, and HuffPost TV has an exclusive preview of the opening scene
"He amused me," Spader says. "He has such a strange and enigmatic life, and I liked the fact that the show could surprise