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Question: Any scoop about Castle? —Fred
Ausiello: The finale — which is supposed to delve into both Castle and Beckett mythology — will feature a “distinguished, highly intelligent” psychiatrist. What say you, Mitovich? “Perhaps the shrink is a means to pull out of Rick any repressed memories about his ‘missing’ months?'” Yep, that sounds about right.
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is stretching the divide between disc and Digital release dates with the upcoming arrival of Showtime's Master of Sex Season 2 on home video starring Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan.
The Digital HD version of Master of Sex Season 2 with all 13 episodes that aired in 2014 will debut first on March 30. You might expect the Blu-ray and DVD editions to arrive in mid-April. However, Sony and Showtime aren't releasing those versions until over a month later on a May 5 release date.
The Blu-ray edition of Master of Sex Season 2 carries a full selection of bonus features while the DVD edition only includes one. Here's the complete list:
“Making History” Featurette - An exploration of the time period shift from the ‘50s to the ‘60s, including the introduction of Alcoholics Anonymous, diet pills and the start of the Civil Rights movement.
“The Men of Sex: Actors’ Roundtable »
Allison Janney‘s Sex-ual awakening will continue this summer.
The actress tells TVLine she is returning to Showtime’s Masters of Sex for Season 3 — reprising her role as the repressed but increasingly self-aware Margaret Scully for an arc that will last at least three episodes.
Janney earned the 2014 Emmy as Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series last year for her work in Season 1. She only appeared in a single Season 2 installment, after Margaret and her closeted gay husband Barton (Beau Bridges) took a »
The Tale of Princess Kaguya (2013) Film Review, a movie directed by Isao Takahata, and starring Chloë Grace Moretz, James Caan, Mary Steenburgen, Darren Criss, Lucy Liu, Beau Bridges, James Marsden, Oliver Platt, Hynden Walch, Dean Cain, Daniel Dae Kim, George Segal, John Cho, and Emily Bridges. With the [...]
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- Derek Sun
Michael Douglas. Josh Brolin. Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez. Jeff and Beau Bridges. David, Keith and Robert Carradine. Ben Stiller. Kiefer Sutherland. Scott Caan. Peter Fonda. What do they have in common? They managed to become respected actors in their own right despite being sons of famous fathers and often mothers. There is a long tradition of acting clans in Hollywood and it continues to grow with this relatively recent list of seven acting sons of movie stars: 1. Domhnall Gleeson, 31. The son of Irish actor Brendan Gleeson (“Calvary,” “In Bruges”). They both were participants in the Harry Potter franchise – Domhnall as Bill Weasley and Brendan as Mad-Eye Moody. Domhnall was a standout as farmer Konstatin Levin in 2012’s “Anna Karenina” and starred in last year’s time-travel romance “About Time.” This year, he has four titles coming out: “Ex-Machina” (April 14), where he falls in love with a cyborg; “Brooklyn, »
- Susan Wloszczyna
“It’s been a bad month for free speech around the world,” Showtime topper David Nevins observed during his exec Q&A session Monday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour.
Nevins noted that there’s never been a more dynamic time for a network to be in the business of producing provocative high-end scripted programming. He acknowledged that recent events — from the politically motivated cyber-attack on Sony Pictures to the Charlie Hedbo slayings in Paris — have been nerve-wracking.
“It’s a scary time to be a maker of controversial, political-boundary breaking shows,” Nevins said.
Showtime veered into the volatile world of global politics with “Homeland’s” fourth season, which was set in Pakistan and depicted the country’s internal struggle in connection with fighting terrorism in its backyard and its relationship with the U.S. The Pakistani embassy in the U.S. put out a formal statement of complaint »
- Cynthia Littleton
Directed by Todd Holland
Screenplay by David Chisholm
Although e-sports have long been a part of video game culture since the early 70′s, competitions saw a large surge in popularity in 1989 when Universal Pictures produced The Wizard, about a trio of kids who make their way to a national Nintendo video game championship (Video Armageddon) for a grand prize of $50,000. The charismatic and rising star of television’s Wonder Years, Fred Savage, stars as Corey, a boy who escorts his deeply traumatized younger half-brother Jimmy (Luke Edwards) away from a group home and sets off on a cross-country trek, chased by their father (Beau Bridges), their older brother (Christian Slater), and a child-finder, hired by their mother to bring him back home. Along the way they meet little Haley (Jenny Lewis) and discover that Jimmy is a real prodigy when it comes to video games. They make a stop off in Reno, »
7 items from 2015
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