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Even several days after HBO's “True Detective” finale, it’s hard to stop thinking about cops Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson) and Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey), and their mission to find a murderer in the Louisiana bayou country.
Luckily, the DVDs are on the way with tons of fun features. As a teaser, “Extra" can offer an exclusive look at one of the deleted scenes!
If you watched the Sunday night finale of HBO’s “True Detective,” you might be scratching your head over the final plot twist that took place in the last seconds of the show.
First, let’s recap “Form and Void.” In the episode, Rust Cohle (Matthew McConaughey) and Marty Hart (Woody Harrelson) finally get their guy, “Yellow King” Errol William Childress, son of Billy Lee Childress and a relative of the well-connected Tuttle family.
With college basketball's March Madness in full court, it seemed appropriate to gather 10 of the best basketball movies of all time. These movies inspire, teach, and are filled with all the great up-and-down-the-court action!
Ted Danson stopped by The Grove on Wednesday to get “Extra’s” Maria Menounos up to speed on the new season of “CSI,” the “Cheers” cast reunion and his work with the conservation group Oceana.“CSI” premieres Wednesday on CBS, and Danson said fans can expect lots of “action” and “car chases.” He jokingly added, “And naked people!”
Kentucky's own Jennifer Lawrence, 21, is famous for playing vulnerable young women with wills of steel, including her Oscar-nominated role as Ree in "Winter's Bone," and the daring female heroine Katniss of the just released "Hunger Games."
Jennifer appears on the cover of April's Rolling Stone. Co-stars Woody Harrelson and Josh Hutcherson tell the magazine of their first impression of "the girl on fire."
"Extra's" Jerry Penacoli caught up with "Rampart" star Woody Harrelson -- who talked about his nerve-wracking love scenes opposite Sean Penn's ex-wife, Robin Wright, and said, "I needed a drink, she had some tequila, and said, 'Let's do it.'"
He added, "Oh yeah, I was about as nervous as I've ever been."
Harrelson said gulping down the shots "helped," noting, "These artificial inducements to relaxation, of course, I am 100-percent against them, but in this particular case, I thought it was worthwhile."
The stars of the action drama "Rampart," including Woody Harrelson, Ben Foster and Robin Wright, attended their premiere at the 2011 AFI Film Fest, presented by Audi.
Check out all the red carpet action!
The night to celebrate independent filmmaking was indeed "Precious."
The intense urban drama about an illiterate teen breaking out of her abusive household, took best picture at the 25th Film Independent Spirit Awards Friday, with awards also going to its lead actress Gabourey Sidibe, best supporting actress Mo'Nique and best director Lee Daniels.