The quest of Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) and his comrades continues in director Peter Jackson's second film from J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy saga. The dwarves continue to seek the magical arkenstone that will restore ownership of their homeland to them, but they have to survive some frightening perils first. As a character created for the film, Evangeline Lilly ("Lost") joins a cast that also includes Orlando Bloom, Ian McKellen and Cate Blanchett.
The first film ever shot in the then-new CinemaScope wide-screen technique, this witty 1953 comedy stars Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall and Betty Grable as three young gold diggers who sublet and share a luxurious New York penthouse from a millionaire (David Wayne) to use as bait to hook rich husbands. The movie's success inspired a 1957 TV adaptation with future "I Dream of Jeannie" star Barbara Eden in the Grable role.
Amaro (Danny Pino) seeks advice from his old colleague John Munch (Richard Belzer) when his recklessness gets him in trouble with Internal Affairs -- again. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) faces a life-changing decision after discovering she has a personal connection to a suspect in a rape and robbery ring targeting male tourists. Ice-T and Kelli Giddish also star in "Spring Awakening." Peter Hermann, Hargitay's real-life husband, guest stars.
Lee Anne's (Georgina Haig) case against the Charleston Police Department has been simmering, and Roy (Cam Gigandet) makes a move to put an end to it in the new episode "Damage Control." He tries to get Terry (Shawn Hatosy) to testify against her -- which likely would generate damage she couldn't possibly control. Anna Wood also stars. David Keith ("An Officer and a Gentleman"), Kelly Rutherford ("Gossip Girl") and Susan Walters guest star.
Carrie and Al (Poppy Montgomery, Dylan Walsh) go back to school, but not for the typical reasons, in the new episode "Admissions." The CEO father of one of the students at the elite facity is murdered, prompting the police detectives to question pupils and faculty alike. Eventually, they uncover certain facts that those involved would like kept private. Guest stars include Wrenn Schmidt ("The Americans") and Mike Doyle ("The Blacklist").
An animated confection for (or at least from) the birds, this colorful 2011 fantasy reunites -- vocally, anyway -- Anne Hathaway and Jesse Eisenberg, who played siblings on "Get Real" before their movie fame. A macaw (voice by Eisenberg) is taken to Brazil, potentially to mate with another of the last of their kind (voice by Hathaway). As might be expected, it's not that simple. Additional voices are supplied by George Lopez, Jane Lynch and Jamie Foxx.
Olivia (Andie MacDowell) clashes with cocky new Assistant District Attorney Rebecca Jennings (guest star Cindy Busby), who sees Luke's (Jesse Hutch) assault case as her ticket out of the Cedar Cove. She's also bad news for Jack (Dylan Neal), who watches Rebecca flirting with Eric (Tom Stevens) even as Jack is trying to keep Olivia from bumping into his old flame Jeri (guest star Julia Benson), a former newsroom colleague, in the new episode "One Day at a Time."
Maybe they should have called it "Sushinami." Phoebe Tonkin ("The Originals") has a featured role in this budget-challenged 2012 horror film that, in part, is set in a grocery store that has just been inundated by a tsunami. As if that's not bad enough, the big wave also has swept some sharks into the aisles of the store, where they play a deadly version of "Supermarket Sweep" with the unlucky patrons. Richard Brancatisano and Xavier Samuel also star.
Desperate to find Amy (Mira Sorvino) in Seattle, Jack (John Simm) is flummoxed when his wife's movements seem to raise more questions than answers in the new episode "And Here ... You Must Listen." Meanwhile, Madison (Millie Brown) finds herself in a train station holding a ticket to Seattle, a mysterious key and an envelope filled with cash. James Frain also stars.