24: Why Jack Bauer is the 21st Century’s Greatest Action Hero

As impossible as it might seem, a new season of Fox’s 24 premieres tonight. It’s been four years since the series aired its then-final hour, and since that episode the show has become considerably less talked about, if almost entirely forgotten. That the series is now renewing itself with 24: Live Another Day presents us with an interesting situation. For lapsed fans of the series, it’s a chance to (hopefully)

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While attending an acting class in Los Angeles at the age of 19, Greg Sestero had a fateful encounter with a bizarre, emboldened dreamer named Tommy Wiseau. The two became unlikely friends, and four years later Sestero found himself starring in the film that, for better or worse, would be a defining moment in his career: The Room, Wiseau’s plot hole-ridden passion project. In his new book, The Disaster Artist:

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Actor. Director. Producer. Writer. Businessman. Vampire? These are all words that have been used to describe the enigmatic Tommy Wiseau (mostly by himself). In the ten years since its pitiful opening at a Los Angeles theater, Wiseau’s magnum opus The Room has become an unlikely cornerstone of cult films, while its creator, for all the increased visibility afforded him by the movie, has remained a complete mystery. In The Disaster

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The Clone Wars may have concluded abruptly at the end of its fifth season in March, but anticipation for the next project from showrunner Dave Filoni is already gaining steam, as evidenced at the Star Wars: Rebels panel held on Saturday at Star Wars Celebration Europe. Filoni and Celebration host Warwick Davis spent an hour discussing the genesis of the show, the roots of its design aesthetic, and the feeling

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