Created by writer/producers Chuck Lorre (of Two and a Half Men) and Bill Prady (of Gilmore Girls) comes The Big Bang Theory, a sitcom that shows what happens when hyperintelligent roommates/physicists Sheldon and Leonard meet Penny, a beautiful woman moving in next door--and realize they know next to nothing about life outside of the lab. Rounding out the crew are the smarmy Wolowitz, who thinks he's as sexy as he is brainy, and Koothrappali, who suffers from an inability to speak in the presence of a woman.
It's possible that there will be may mentions of Star Wars: The Force Awakens leading up to The Big Bang Theory Season 9 mid-season finale, which will air before the December release date for the movie. Another major thing happening this year are the impending nuptials between Leonard and Penny. Showrunner Steve Molaro has already let the cat out of the bag. SPOILER ALERT! The pair are getting married.
Though, according to Molaro, tying the knot is just the beginning of a much larger story. Season 8 left off with a nail-biting cliffhanger which saw Leonard revealing to Penny that he'd cheated on her during his North Sea expedition. They were on their way to Las Vegas for a drive-through wedding, one that will still take place. Though not without complications.Read More
The Big Bang Theory ended its highly rated and game changing Season 8 with a nail-biting cliffhanger that has left fans on the edge of their seat all summer. Will they or won't they get married? That is the question everyone has been asking about Leonard and Penny and their impending nuptials. This nagging question has finally been answered. So, please turn back now if you don't want to hear the mother of all spoilers!
Yes! Leonard and Penny are going to officially tie the knot. This news doesn't come from some fan ease-dropping on one of the live tapings. This giant piece of The Big Bang Theory Season 9 intel actually comes from showrunner Steve Molaro himself. If you're up to speed as The Big Bang Theory airs new episodes on CBS, and not a syndication newbie just starting to fall in love with one of the world's highest rated shows, then you know full well that Leonard and Penny were about to take the biggest step forward in their lives as last season came to its rousing and shocking conclusion.Read More
Hit comedy The Big Bang Theory kicked off Friday at Comic-Con 2014 with a panel featuring the show's writers for the second year in a row. And of course, the writers brought along some fun video to share.
The Big Bang Theory is the biggest comedy on television. And as it saturates syndication while continuing to rack up big numbers during its prime time debut of new episodes, more and more fans are becoming addicted to the wacky antics of Leonard and Sheldon, two brilliant but socially awkward physicists living together and working in Pasadena, California, as they juggle their relationships and friendships with Penny, Amy Farrah Fowler, Howard, Raj, Bernadette and Stuart. Before and during their long and successful 7 season run, the entire cast has contributed to some lesser known movies that you may have never seen or even heard about. If you've already watched every single episode of The Big Bang Theory at least twice, and are looking for a Bazinga fix before new episodes return in 2014 (or you're just looking for something weird and somewhat creepy to kill the time), maybe you want to check out these 10 obscure offerings from the cast.
The Big Bang Theory returns soon with new episodes on CBS. It can't be missed in syndication, just turn the TV on, and you'll find it. If you're in need of a little more, one of these movies is sure to do the trick!Read More
Warner Bros. Entertainment will again sponsor the official bag of Comic-Con International: San Diego 2012, the Studio announced today. By joining forces with Comic-Con for the third consecutive year, Warner Bros. will give each fan attending the Con an unforgettable keepsake from the world's leading pop culture convention.
Over 130,000 of the oversized 24"x29" bags have been produced and will be provided to Comic-Con attendees as they check in to the convention.Read More
It's been one full week since a billion sexy nerds descended upon San Diego for their annual Comic-Con event, which has become the premiere Hollywood launching pad for just about everything in the way of entertainment. This was a strange year, as no one property walked away from the grit, glitz, glamour, and geek sweat of the experience better for showing off its wares to what has become a very bored public.
SDCC 2011 wasn't without incident, though. The scuffles in and around the convention center floor have gotten more intense in recent years. Back when Twilight made its San Diego debut, a young, passionate tweenage girl was hauled away in handcuffs for aggressively picketing the casting choice of Robert Pattinson in the role of Edward Cullen. Last year an attendee stabbed another audience member in the eye with a pencil after fighting over a seat. This year's big brouhaha actually involved one of the stars of, quite possibly, the biggest comic book movie making a splash at SDCC 2011.Read More