The episode, entitled “Past Transgressions,” also picked up an additional 753,000 eyes during its 11 p.m. encore presentation, giving the show a grand total of 1.9 million viewers—a ratings record for the network.
“Gods of the Arena” follows Batiatus (John Hannah) and his wife Lucretia (Lawless) as they strive for power and influence over the city of Capua. Unfortunately, I can’t give you any kind of review or recap because I don’t have a subscription to Starz.
But, don’t worry. I peeped through my neighbor’s window and can tell you that the show provides plenty of stylized violence and gratuitous sex, including a lesbian coupling between Lawless and “Dexter” alum Jaime Murray, a nude scenes from former “Young and the Restless” starlet Marisa Ramirez, and more topless Lawlessness—all of which you can peep here and here.
Oscar-nominated actress Jennifer Lawrence recently sprung our Winter’s Bone while talking to the press about being naked as seven girls apply the blue body makeup needed to transform her into a young Mystique on the set of X-Men: First Class.
She tells THR:
Nothing’s sacred anymore. Those girls and I got so close. They were painting me naked every day for months. It was kind of like going to a really bizarre sleepover. It’s what you guys imagine we do: One naked girl and seven pairs of hands all over her.
X-Men: First Class is an origins story directed by Mathew Vaughn (Kick Ass) for 20th Century Fox. The film costars January Jones (Emma Frost), Rose Byrne (Moira), Kevin Bacon (Sebastian Shaw), James McAvoy (Charles Xavier), and Michael Fassbender (Magneto).
Dimension Films has released new stills to go along with the second trailer for Wes Craven’s highly anticipated Scream 4. Written by franchise creator Kevin Williamson, the sequel is the start of a new trilogy that aims to frighten audiences while once again poking fun at modern day horror cliches.
Peep the trailer:
I gotta say this looks like a return to form for the franchise, however I see two things working against it: Hayden Panettiere’s hidious butch-lesbian hairdo and the fact that the Ghostface killer looks kinda silly now in the wake of the Scary Movie:
Old-schoolers Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Araquette (why???) return to the mix to reprise their respective roles as Sidney Prescott, Gale Weathers-Riley, and Sheriff Dewey Riley.