Morgan Glennon
  • ‘Broadchurch' Was Perfect And We Don't Need An American Remake
    By: Morgan Glennon Oct 07, 2013
    The BBC murder mystery Broadchurch just ended its run on BBC America, earning rave reviews for its depiction of the ripple effects of murder on a small town. It was a great show with some truly standout performances, especially from Doctor Who’s David Tennant as a tortured police detective and Olivia Colman as his competent and put-upon partner. Now FOX is taking Broadchurch and bringing it to America, again, with a remake also starring David Tennant. And the burning question is: why? Broadchurch was (and maybe still will be, since it was renewed for a second season in the UK) a great show. It took a hard look at the repercussions of a young boy’s murder on the small town in which he lived, spending time with his family as well as with the media, police, and handful of sketchy suspects. What Broadchurch is not, however, is remarkably original. Looking at the above description of the show a host of other “murder in a small town” movies and TV shows come to mind. The weird Twin Peaks, for example. Or the moody but imperfect AMC drama The Killing. What made Broadchurch work was the economy of the storytelling and the deeply felt performances by the main cast. Remade for American audiences and probably expanded to more than the original run’s eight episodes, I can’t imagine Broadchurch will seem like anything remarkable to those who aren’t familiar with the UK original. “Oh, another season-long murder mystery in a small town? Great.” You can already hear audiences hitting the snooze button. What made Broadchurch a great show didn’t lie in its premise, but in its execution. The American remakes of British originals that work, however, usually work because the American version can spin something new and interesting from a unique premise. Like a documentary about a paper company (The Office) or a vampire, ghost, and werewolf living together (Being Human). The first season of Broadchurch was a perfectly paced, self-contained story with a far from unique premise. Replanting the story to America and giving it more episodes to fill isn’t likely to make the show any better. For every successful American remake, there are at least five British to American disasters. Let’s hope Broadchurch isn’t one of those disaster adaptations, but even if the FOX version turns out to be good, it certainly doesn’t feel like a remake that needed to happen. What do you think? Are you excited about the American remake of Broadchurch or scratching your head about why FOX is remaking it at all? Share in the comments! Follow @Hollywood_com // More:David Tennant Brings His 'Broadchurch' Detective To The American RebootHollywood's Case of AnglophiliaDavid Tennant Returning For 'Doctor Who' Anniversary Special From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing See- Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Government Shutdown Viewing: 6 Political Shows To Watch Until The Government Returns
    By: Morgan Glennon Oct 04, 2013
    Melinda Sue Gordon/Netflix Right now is a tough time to be a political junkie. You can’t just flip on CSPAN for your fix of bickering congressmen and long senate hearings. Thanks to the government shutdown, all the bickering is now taking place far away from the halls of power. We feel your pain, and so we’ve compiled this list of TV shows for you to binge watch while you wait for the government to come back in session. Aside from HBO’s Veep, all of these shows can be found easily on Netflix streaming. Despite the fact most of these shows are highly unrealistic and overly dramatic, you can take comfort that the governments presented still somehow manage to be more functional than our actual government at the moment. The West WingThe ultimate drama for the political junkie, this Aaron Sorkin classic imagined Martin Sheen as the fictional (and eloquent) President Bartlett. Taking viewers inside the White House and behind the halls of power, it featured razor-sharp writing and fantastic performances. House of CardsThe Netflix original series features Kevin Spacey as a highly corrupt senator on a mission to make his political rivals pay. While at times the show strained credulity, its over-the-top political maneuvering makes it a must watch for anyone looking to feel a little bit better about our government in comparison. VeepJulia Louis-Dreyfus just won the Emmy for a reason, and here she plays a hilarious Vice President who is barely able to get out of her own way. Things in Washington right now are grim, so it might be time to flip on an episode of Veep and watch Selina Myers walk through a glass door. Parks and RecreationIf you want your politics less cynical and more sunny side up, then look no further than the great Leslie Knope on NBC’s Parks and Recreations. The politics might be small town, but the laughs are always big. Political AnimalsWhat would life be like if Hillary Clinton made a run for office? This is what the miniseries Political Animals asks, as Sigourney Weaver plays a pretty obvious Hillary stand-in. The series is more soapy than serious political potboiler, but it features a strong turn by Weaver as the former first lady dreaming of one day becoming the Commander in Chief. ScandalIf soap is what you want, why not go all out with Shonda Rhimes' soapy, over-the-top drama about a political fixer. Olivia Pope and her team are the ultimate PR dream team, except for the fact that Pope is totally having an affair with the President. With a title like Scandal, you know what you’re getting yourself into, yet the fast-moving drama is also fantastically addictive. Until D.C. and the national parks reopen, why not cuddle up with these political TV shows instead? The government might be closed but the drama, backstabbing, and scandal you’re jonesing for is always open in these television classics. What do you think? What are some of your favorite political shows? Sound off in the comments! Follow @Hollywood_com // More:Upcoming Movies That Wouldn't Be Possible In A Government ShutdownCelebs Take Government Shutdown To TwitterGoogle Doodle Celebrates Yosemite As It Closes From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing See- Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Exclusive Clip From ‘Too Young To Marry’ Season Finale: Tears, Dog-Napping, And More Tears!
    By: Morgan Glennon Oct 02, 2013
    Oxygen The premise of Oxygen’s Too Young To Marry is pretty simple: it follows a few couples who just might be a little too young to get hitched. Of course, the couples certainly don’t see it this way, but many of their family and friends certainly do. What’s the result? Drama, drama, and more drama. Drama on an Oxygen reality show? I’m shocked to my very core! Tonight is the season finale of Too Young To Marry, which means we’ll be bidding a fond farewell to all the crazy couples and overbearing families. What will happen to young Nick and Cailyn? How will Nick's mother react when she find out they've been planning their wedding behind her back? Will their love stay true or will it end with a brawl in a parking lot? Here’s an exclusive clip from the finale: Relationship Lessons From Too Young To Marry: Don’t steal someone’s dog and sell it. Because that is seriously uncool. Also really crazy. All important relationship discussions should be shouted. If you’re not shouting, are you really discussing your problems in a reasonable way? Think about what you’d like to say to the loved one who is making you angry, then say it as loudly as possible. There’s no way this situation will escalate. Don’t call the police on your future mother-in-law. Or do, but make sure she’ll be going to prison for a long time. Otherwise you’ll be the one in in-law jail. What do you think? Have you been watching Too Young To Marry? Have you ever kidnapped and sold someone else’s dog? Because that’s really uncool. Sound off in the comments! Follow @Hollywood_com // More:'Reality Bites' Gets A TV AdapationCasting The Movies For Our Favorite Reality TV Shows'Survivor: Blood Vs. Water' And The Genius of Reality TV Casting From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing See- Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Superheroes Take Over TV
    By: Morgan Glennon Sep 30, 2013
    ABC Look on the television: it’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s just another superero TV show. While the track record of superhero TV is spotty (for every one Smallville there are twoBirds of Prey), networks keep piling on to make new shows about earth’s mightest heroes. The box office success of superhero films might have a thing or two to do with this small screen revolution. Still, if superheroes are your thing you’ll soon have plenty of viewing options during the week. (Unless your thing is female superheroes, and then you’re still screwed.) The Current Shows: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.Coming on the heels of the box office-busting The Avengers, this drama by Joss and Jed Whedon has already resulted in huge ratings for ABC. Coulson lives! ArrowThis CW drama about the Green Arrow filled the Smallville-sized hole in the network’s superhero programming. It was also one of the best dramas of last season and introduced us all to Stephen Amell. The Upcoming Shows: Gotham: The TV ShowBefore Batman came on the scene the only one fighting crime in Gotham city was police commissioner Gordon. This upcoming show on FOX will take a look at Gordon’s early years, pre-Bat, and introduce some of the most famous villains in Batman mythology. The Flash: The ShowSince Arrow is doing so well, it only makes sense that the CW network would want to capture a little more of that lighting in a bottle. Enter (speedily) The Flash. Based on the superhero with more than Olympic speed, the show will be helmed by the same showrunners who already found superhero success with Arrow. ConstantinePerhaps a less-known property, John Constantine is still a long-running DC universe character. Now NBC is looking to develop a show around the Hellblazer character with Dark Knight scribe David Goyer at the helm. Will Constantine have enough name reconigition to give NBC the hit they so deperately need? What do you think? Which show are you looking forward to the most? Share in the comments! Follow @Hollywood_com // More:Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Pilot Review6 Female Superheroes Who Need Their Own MovieThe Cult Of Coulson: Why We Love The Hero So Much From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing See- Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Kitten "Wrecking Ball" Makes All Other Miley Cyrus Parodies Obsolete
    By: Morgan Glennon Sep 30, 2013
    Ever since Miley Cyrus twerked at the VMAs, her questionable life choices have been seemingly everywhere in the news. Not helping her case was the video for her new single "Wrecking Ball," which found the former Disney princess riding the titular object without a stitch of clothing. Clearly it was ripe for parody. There have probably been thousands of "Wrecking Ball" video parodies already. Many have been uploaded to YouTube, with a few Vine videos even resulting in the removal of a long-standing university statue. Many of these parodies are hilarious, but we're going to claim a winner right now: no one is beating this kitten. In the short Vine video (in which no kittens were harmed) our new favorite Miley joker had her kitten play the role of the wrecking ball. For its part, the kitten seems pretty relaxed about its new occupation. So it's time to pack in the Miley Cyrus parodies, dearest Internet, because we've already seen the best. And it's starring a tiny kitten: Follow @Hollywood_com // More:School Removes Wrecking Ball Sculpture After Miley Cyrus VideoGoogle Chrome Extension Blocks Miley Cyrus NewsCyrus Gets A 'Rolling Stone' Tattoo From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing See- Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • A Scaredy Cat's Guide to Non-Gory Horror Movies
    By: Morgan Glennon Sep 30, 2013
    Warner Bros. During the fall, the temperature drops and the ghosts come out to least at the theaters. But for me, the Halloween season has always been a confusing time. You see, I love movies that give me a fright. I’m always looking for a horror movie to give me a thrill and a chill as soon as there's an autumn nip in the air. The only problem? I hate gory movies. I cannot deal with seeing someone’s innards become outwards, which vastly limits my choices in scary movies. With all the Saws and Hostels out there, (and let’s not even talk about The Human Centipede), it’s become harder for me to find a scary movie I can actually watch without getting thoroughly sick to my stomach. I figure I cannot be alone in this plight; there must be others like me! So below is an in-no-ways-comprehensive list of scary movies that manage to skip out on the buckets of blood. Paranormal Activity 1-4The first Paranormal Activity film scared me so badly I had to sleep with my TV on for several nights in a row. It was just a chilling, slow-burn horror movie unlike much of anything I’d ever seen before. Then they started making sequels. The sequels are also good for a chill, but after seeing the first one you pretty much know the bag of tricks these movies are bringing to the table. The RingThis movie starring Naomi Watts isn’t too gory, but it will definitely make you wary of your VHS tapes. If you’re so inclined, the Japanese original Ringu is also a non-gory creep fest, but much slower moving than the American remake. Insidious When a family moves into a new house, they have an unpleasant surprise waiting. This movie has it all in terms of scares: creepy kids, haunted houses, and a few twists and turns in the story you don’t expect. The ConjuringThis movie is based off the real-life work of the Warrens, a couple that went around the country looking into paranormal activity. Things escalate pretty quickly, but the real star of the show is probably the creepy doll Annabelle. Grave EncountersIf you’ve ever watched one of those Ghost Adventures shows and hoped something would get one of the annoying people screaming at ghosts, this is the film for you. A low-budget horror movie, it effectively sends up the ghost hunting reality tropes while also including a House of Leaves-style twist. The AwakeningIt’s post-World War I England and Rebecca Hall’s character is a professional ghost hunter who disproves instances of the paranormal. That is, until she gets to a haunted boarding school and starts to reconsider her skepticism. The ExorcistThis movie about demon possession is a classic for a reason, mostly because it is terrifying. Good luck sleeping after you watch this film for the first time. What are your favorite non-gory horror movies? Share your suggestions in the comments! Follow @Hollywood_com // More:'Insidious' Chapter 2 Makes The Unknown Terrifying'Insidious 3' Might Happen But Can It Work Without James Wan?Paramount To Make 'Paranormal Activity 5' From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing See- Through Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Young Adult Novels Are Taking Over Theaters
    By: Morgan Glennon Sep 25, 2013
    Lionsgate The cinematic domination of young adult novels started with one boy wizard. Once upon a time in a Hogwarts far, far away, most young adult novels never made the jump to the small screen. The smash success of properties like Harry Potter and The Hunger Games changed all that. Now a popular young adult franchise can pretty much be guaranteed to get the star treatment. Katniss Everdeen won’t be the only young adult heroine lighting up the small screen. There are dozens upon dozens of young adult movie adaptations coming down the pipe. Some will be smash hits like The Hunger Games and Twilight. Others will arrive as duds, like this summer’s Mortal Instruments adaptation. Let’s take a quick peek at four young adult movie adaptations coming soon to a theater near you. How many of these youth-centered properties actually take off might just determine whether the young adult novel-as-movie phase continues or fizzles. DivergentThis successful book series will soon star Shailene Woodley as the heroine in a dystopian world where your defining trait really matters. The movie is looking to be the next Hunger Games and the buzz is through the roof, with a huge turnout for the film at San Diego Comic Con. This movie looks like it might become a new franchise builder. The GiverAt this point in the young adult novel revolution, producers are looking way back in order to find books to adapt. Enter The Giver, that book many of us had to read in middle or high school. The movie is set to start filming soon and will feature huge star power from Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep. The Maze RunnerYoung adult novels seriously love dystopian tales, so it’s unsurprising another bleak future is in store for us at the box office. In this film, boys are dropped into an impossible maze and forced to escape with only their wits. The movie version will feature Teen Wolf star Dylan O’Brien, but whether it will be a huge hit or get lost in the maze of other releases remains to be seen. Vampire AcademyHey, you like vampires right? Based on a the series about an academy that trains vampires, the studios are hoping this series becomes the next Twilight. With a lot of supernatural action and romantic drama, it does seem in a good position to be embraced by the Twilight crowd. The movie rights of dozens more high profile young adult novels are being snapped up as we speak, and in the coming years we’ll see more and more movie versions hit the theater. Will these adaptations soar or splat? It’s too soon to tell, but it seems unlikely the YA trend is going anywhere. Follow @Hollywood_com // More:'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Casts Lily Rabe'Divergent' VMA TeaserJeff Bridges To Star In 'The Giver' From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing SeeThrough Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Are TV Antiheroes On The Way Out?
    By: Morgan Glennon Sep 20, 2013
    Ursula Coyote/AMC The end is coming for the TV antihero. Well, actually, the end is coming for a few very select TV antiheroes, but the whole genre might just be following right behind. Dexter has killed his last victim. Walter White has cooked his last meth. And after a ridiculous decision by AMC to split up the final season of Mad Men, Don Draper will have pitched his last ad. With the demise of Breaking Bad, Dexter, and Mad Men the television landscape will lose the shows which helped pioneer this new antihero craze. Usually when a new trend emerges, the genesis of the trend dies out and permutations and variations take over. For instance, it was The Office that gave birth to cringe-inducing humor and mockumentary style filmmaking. Sanding down the edges of The Office’s crueler, edgier laughs gave us Modern Family and the sweetly hilarious Parks and Recreation. These comedies were similar enough to the genesis point but different enough to not feel like a tired retread. However for every successful genre evolution, there are examples of a style of show burning bright and fading fast. After the monstrous success of Lost, every network was looking for its next mythology-heavily serialized drama. This lead to clunkers like Flashforward, The Event, and Invasion. A genre can’t move forward if it doesn’t try to cover new ground. This is certainly true of the new crop of antihero shows, which all feel very paint-by-numbers. You could almost put together an anithero bingo card at this point. Certainly shows like Showtime’s Ray Donovan and AMC’s promoted-to-the-point-of-desperation Low Winter Sun would immediately win the prize. These shows aren’t bringing a new color to the antihero, they’re merely photocopying the elements that work from better shows and attempting to reuse these tricks with diminishing returns. Audiences get tired of seeing the same thing over and over again, and a one-trick pony can only impress for so long. What made the pioneering antihero shows like The Sopranos and Breaking Bad so compelling is that they were doing something we had never seen on television before. We weren’t used to being asked to emphasize with a murderous mobster or a morally compromised meth kingpin. But now we are, and making shows with “gritty” main heroes (almost always white and male) doesn’t give audiences anything they haven’t seen before. It’s time to bid farewell to some of our favorite love-to-hate characters and move on to new stories, told in new ways. No show can be the next Breaking Bad, no alcoholic ad man will compete with Don Draper, and no serial killer will be as likable as Dexter Morgan. So instead shouldn’t TV try something truly novel and find a new tale to tell? Follow @Hollywood_com // More:'Mad Men' Final Season Split In Two PartsThe Mystery Of The 'Breaking Bad' Dog'Breaking Bad' Production Desigern Talks Final Season From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing SeeThrough Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Say It Ain't So-okie: 5 ‘True Blood’ Moments To Relive Before The Final Season
    By: Morgan Glennon Sep 16, 2013
    HBO might have sentenced vampire drama True Blood to the true death after next season, the show’s seventh, but we’ll always have the memories. True Blood helped redefine supernatural shows, making it acceptable to mix standard drama elements with high camp. John P Johnson So let’s see the fangers out in style by remembering some of the show’s greatest and weirdest moments: Sookie and Bill Kiss For The First TimeThis is where it all started, when telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse met southern gentleman vampire Bill Compton. Their chemistry was hard to deny, even for actors Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin, who ended up a real-life couple. Eric Goes Up In FlamesEric may be hot but he’s never been this hot before. As last season of True Blood drew to a close we saw a very, very naked Eric sunbathing. But we could only enjoy the view for a moment, as suddenly our favorite Viking vampire caught flame. Godric Meets The SunEric’s vampire maker Godric was a centuries old vampire ready to die. The scene where he decided to meet the sun, with Sookie standing by watching, was one of the show’s most emotional and spectacular. Franklin Can Text Really FastSookie’s best friend Tara has had some of the worst luck on the show, and that’s really saying something for a cast of characters this disaster-prone. When unhinged vampire Franklin falls for Tara, he takes her hostage and tries to impress her by showing off his superior texting skills. Russell Edgington Makes NewsOne of the greatest True Blood characters was definitely drama queen vampire Russell Edgington, played with great flare by Denis O’Hare. After Eric kills his lover Talbot, Russell makes a splashy entrance on live TV by eviscerating a news anchor. “Now time for the weather. Tiffany!” Follow @Hollywood_com // More:'True Blood' Ending in 2014Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer Reveal Kids' Names'True Blood' Renewed For A Seventh Season From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing SeeThrough Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Prop It Up! ‘Breaking Bad’ Production Designer Mark Freeborn Talks Walt’s Final Chapter
    By: Morgan Glennon Sep 16, 2013
    AMC He is the one who props. Since Breaking Bad’s third season, designer Mark Freeborn has been the man behind the blue meth. Before Walt dons his final porkpie hat, asked Freeborn what ingredients he combined to set the stage for one of the best shows of all time. How did you go about creating the world of the show? How much did Albuquerque influence the look of Breaking Bad? I was actually invited to join the band during season 3, so part of the look was well established before I got there. Generally speaking, New Mexico is "the look." It is by turns stark, barren, unforgivingly dangerous and extraordinarily beautiful. Historically, New Mexico is also a prominent drug shipping crossroads, so that made it right. One of the great gifts New Mexico provided was the freedom it allowed our DP, Michael Slovis. The panoramic canvases were provided us by natural backdrop, all we had to do was fill in the details! For me, it was a fresh visual canvas. My first set, in season 3 was in To' hahijili, a century-old abandoned stagecoach stop. The skeleton of the town set the mood for the episode (and for me, the show). Its desolation and the fact that we were shooting very close to a sacred Native American icon underscored the course we were about to take! The scope of the locations and cinematography had a huge influence on the freedom the writer's room had on their already great scripts. From season 3 onward, it was the art department's job to visually assist in the slow deterioration of the Breaking Bad universe....And, of course, the meth labs! If Vince Gilligan and I have anything in common, it's an obsessive need to get the details right. For example over the course of the show, we built no less than five meth labs, with at least two different processes. We wanted to show how insidious this problem really is, and as we progressed, we actually had our concepts observed and approved by professional chemists and field agents. The same went for every location/set we built or found. If it wasn't right, we made it right or found it right. Challenging? Yes! Rewarding? Absolutely! Frightening? Indeed. The White home has become sort of iconic now, and in fact the owners say sometimes 200 people drive by in a day to look at "Walt's house." What was the process like to find the location and build the inside sets? What did you want the house to say about the White family? I had virtually nothing to do with the White house design. I inherited it when I came onto the show. What I can tell you is the location was chosen specifically to take advantage of the light, approaches to the house, and the neighborhood as it connected to the script. The set interior was only loosely based on the real house layout. For shooting purposes our set was slightly larger, and more designed to accommodate camera moves and specific character points, such as the long corridor to the master bedroom. I did make some minor adjustments, to make the 'crawl space' work , and redecorated Walt Jr's room as he matured. Of course the nursery was also dressed for the newborn Holly. Even after the new family business was established, the interior was never painted or decorated simply because the Whites' lives moved too fast for such trivialities! Tying into that, in the premiere the audience was shocked to see the White house completely destroyed. There seemed to be a lot of things going on visually, from the dredged pool to the graffiti. What went into that process? Ahh! If you want a house trashed, I'm your man! From the perspective of the story, Walt is gone, and his family is in jeopardy. For reasons of safety, they've all moved out. By this time, we are led to believe everybody knows about Walt's high crimes, and because the house has been abandoned, it has been fenced off. (As is the process in Albuquerque.) Given the recent real estate debacle in the U.S., it was plenty easy to find real reference, and we took a beat from that. The empty pool was an 'in your face' from the local youth, an excellent script vehicle to show Walt's loss. (Because, as we all know 'I may not paint the house, but don't f**k with my pool!!') The trashed house also reveals, for the first time, "Heisenberg" is more notorious than they may have thought. Physically, the pool was a challenge, because it was fiberglass. We had to drain it, age it, shoot it and refill it in the space of five days, because hydraulic pressure from below could have pushed it out of the ground. We also had to degrade and restore both the exterior house and the stage set within the eight-day arc of an episode. From the pork-pie hat to the hazmat suits and the teddy bear in the pool, there have been a lot of iconic and easily recognizable Breaking Bad props. Which were your favorites?  By far the porkpie! I now own four! Next would be any of the meth labs, the giant magnet... What was your most challenging moment on Breaking Bad?  Episodes 301-516. Probably the superlab. We had some supplier issues and the writers, bless their hearts, rewrote the script to buy us some time. Next would be the compound which plays in the final few episodes. What was your biggest triumph working on Breaking Bad? What are you most proud of accomplishing on the show?  As cliché as it may sound, the entire show was a triumph. Rarely does one find an entire crew who was so cohesive, so devoted to turning out the best television they possibly could. I am most proud of being a part of that crew. We became a family in the truest sense of the word. Props from Breaking Bad are currently on display at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City. What's it like being associated with a show with such a massive fanbase?  To quote our producer/director Michelle MacLaren, "awesome!!!” It has reduced the necessity to attend job interviews significantly. Follow @Hollywood_com // More:Get Ready for 'Batman vs. Superman'Matt Damon Join's Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar'45 Jokes About Ben Affleck as Batman From Our Partners:40 Most Revealing SeeThrough Red Carpet Looks (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)