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'Face Off': McKenzie Westmore, host of the Syfy monster makeup show, previews tonight's episode

Last week, Syfy kicked off the third season of its effects makeup competition show, Face Off, with a new batch of aspiring makeup artists, plenty of reality TV drama and a wowing Star Wars cantina-themed challenge.

Tonight’s episode, “Pirate Treasure,” sends the remaining contestants to San Diego, where they get their challenge assignments aboard the HMS Surprise, the ship used for filming Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.

Briefing the contestants on their pirate-themed challenge is the show’s host, McKenzie Westmore.

Taking on the Face Off hosting gig the show was a natural fit for Westmore – she comes from a family of movie makeup artists, which includes her father, Michael Westmore, who has worked on multiple Star Trek series, and her uncle Marvin Westmore, whose credits include Blade Runner and the original V mini-series.

Westmore talked to EW about growing up with a family of makeup artists, shared her thoughts on last week’s season premiere and teased some upcoming challenges and guest judges (including Kevin Smith’s appearance for a superhero-themed challenge and Paul W.S. Anderson’s turn as a guest judge for an “Alice in Zombieland” challenge). Read on to learn more about what’s in store for tonight’s episode and the rest of the season. READ FULL STORY

Style Network to air week-long coverage of Fashion Week

Fashion junkies, get ready.

Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, formerly known simply as New York Fashion Week, will be getting extensive cable coverage on Style Network, as well as on Style Media’s website,

Kicking off Thursday, Sept. 6, the marathon programming will include an exclusive telecast of the 2012 Style Awards, specials featuring interviews with such designers as Tommy Hilfiger and Michael Kors, and fashion-themed episodes of Gossip Girl and Sex & the City, plus marathons of America’s Next Top Model and Project Runway.

Here’s a sample of what Style Network will have to offer during New York’s celebration of fashion next month: READ FULL STORY

Is there really a 'Good Wife'/'Fringe' Red Vines conspiracy?

Is Fringe‘s Walter Bishop getting legal advice from The Good Wife‘s Alicia Florrick? It could happen in a parallel universe, but what are the chances we’ll see a crossover episode in this dimension? Some TV conspiracy theorists think they’ve found the hidden sign that points to yes — Red Vines. Beth Kushnick, set decorator for The Good Wife, sets the record straight on the candy connection.


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