tvguide:

Three Edgar Allen Poe heads showed up in our office today. We’re not sure which is the creepiest. 

Despite this ‘The Following’ is a good show.

tvguide:

Three Edgar Allen Poe heads showed up in our office today. We’re not sure which is the creepiest. 

Despite this ‘The Following’ is a good show.

'The Following' panel with Natalie Zea, James Purefoy, Kevin Bacon, director Marcos Siega, Shawn Ashmore, and Annie Parisse. Coming to Fox in January. Just saw the pilot, it's solid — more on that later.
Update: A bit on the pilot: It’s surprising Fox is letting this serial-killer thriller on air as-is because some of its gore and violence truly pushes the limit of network television. Which is a good thing. On top of that ‘The Following’ is actually scary, which is saying a lot for TV, which though it often aims for frightening (‘American Horror Story’) can sometimes fall short. The script about a serial killer who has the power of a cult army is tight and employs the use of a clever flashback-heavy, non-chronological structure. The performances are what you’d expect from the caliber. My main concern is how procedural this series will be. The concept is engaging and interesting but if it’s just chasing a single one of Purefoy’s minions every week, I could see myself tuning out early.

'The Following' panel with Natalie Zea, James Purefoy, Kevin Bacon, director Marcos Siega, Shawn Ashmore, and Annie Parisse. Coming to Fox in January. Just saw the pilot, it's solid — more on that later.

Update: A bit on the pilot: It’s surprising Fox is letting this serial-killer thriller on air as-is because some of its gore and violence truly pushes the limit of network television. Which is a good thing. On top of that ‘The Following’ is actually scary, which is saying a lot for TV, which though it often aims for frightening (‘American Horror Story’) can sometimes fall short. The script about a serial killer who has the power of a cult army is tight and employs the use of a clever flashback-heavy, non-chronological structure. The performances are what you’d expect from the caliber. My main concern is how procedural this series will be. The concept is engaging and interesting but if it’s just chasing a single one of Purefoy’s minions every week, I could see myself tuning out early.

(via EW)

But if he’s going to be on an HBO, who will play all the villains in Hollywood?

Kevin Bacon has become the go to bad guy in Hollywood these days.

New ‘X-Men: First Class’ Photo Casts Cold Light on January Jones and Kevin Bacon | /Film

Kevin Bacon As His Own Biggest Fan In Logitech Revue Google TV Spot | LaughingSquid

Saw this during Top Chef last night. So good.

Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon in a visualized, interactive database. The ultimate movie game tool. It’s better than IMDB. 

thisiscoolny:

urlesque:

COMPLETELY ADDICTING — this is about Kevin Bacon, not actual bacon. 

Don’t tell me that Kevin Bacon’s success isn’t at least partially due to the fact that his last name is Bacon.