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BuzzFocus: Best of TV 2012 Nominations

30 December 2012 11:01 AM, PST | BuzzFocus.com | See recent BuzzFocus.com news »

Best Anti-Hero

Dexter Morgan – Dexter (Showtime) – Michael C. Hall

Jax Teller – Sons of Anarchy (FX) – Charlie Hunnam

Jesse Pinkman – Breaking Bad (AMC) – Aaron Paul

Marcus Chaplin – Last Resort (ABC) – Andre Braugher

Nucky Thompson – Boardwalk Empire (HBO) – Steve Buscemi

Tyrion Lannister – Game of Thrones (HBO) – Peter Dinklage

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Best Wingman / Wingperson

Amy Pond – Doctor Who (BBC) – Karen Gillan

Bronn – Game of Thrones (HBO) – Jerome Flynn

Detective Joss Carter – Person of Interest (CBS) – Taraji P. Henson

Fiona Glenanne – Burn Notice (USA Network)

John Diggle – Arrow (CW) – David Ramsey

Opie – Sons of Anarchy (FX) – Ryan Hurst

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Best Wildcard

Al Capone – Boardwalk Empire (HBO) – Stephen Graham

Chalky WhiteBoardwalk Empire (HBO) – Michael Kenneth Williams

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Exec Producers Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman Talk Person Of Interest, Finch’s Backstory, and the Machine’s Growing Artificial Intelligence

28 December 2012 9:10 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

On the hit CBS drama series Person of Interest, former-cia agent John Reese (Jim Caviezel) and mysterious billionaire Harold Finch (Michael Emerson) prevent violent crimes by using their own brand of vigilante justice and the help of NYPD homicide detectives Carter (Taraji P. Henson) and Fusco (Kevin Chapman).  Using state-of-the-art surveillance technology, they work outside of the law to unravel the mystery of the person of interest and stop the crime before it happens, whether they turn out to be the victim or the perpetrator. During this recent interview to discuss what’s to come for the remainder of Season 2, which returns with new episodes on January 3rd, executive producers Jonathan Nolan (who created the show) and Greg Plageman talked about how Reese’s current predicament will affect things now, how Reese and Finch’s partnership is changing them, how much Carter will wrestle with helping Reese versus helping the FBI, »

- Christina Radish

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Five Things You Don't Know About Daniel Day-Lewis

19 December 2012 2:18 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

This two-time Academy Award winning actor is getting Oscar buzz again for his lead portrayal in Steven Spielberg's Abraham Lincoln biopic Lincoln. Here are five things you probably don't know about Daniel Day-Lewis

1. While playing the role of Bill the Butcher in 2002's Gangs of New York, said he listened to rapper Eminem on the set to keep up his "level of aggression."

Related: Lincoln Sweeps Critics' Choice Nominations

2. Was considered for the role of Jesus Christ in Mel Gibson's drama The Passion of the Christ (2004), but was found to be "too European" for the part, which eventually went to James Caviezel.

3. Is a skilled woodworker and also learned the trade of shoe making.

Video: Daniel Day-Lewis Talks Lincoln Appeal

4. While filming 1992's The Last of the Mohicans, he built a canoe, learned to track and skin animals and mastered the use of a 12-pound flintlock gun.

5. Dedicated his Best Actor SAG Award for 2007's »

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Episode Review: Person of Interest - 2.10: "Shadow Box"

14 December 2012 8:16 AM, PST | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Person Of Interest (TV) has never been afraid of pulling punches or going for the “gasp-factor” when they get around to their midseason finales. Last season, we were left with Reese gut-shot and bleeding while Finch (Michael Emerson) raced to his rescue with the CIA and Carter hot on their heels. This season, Reese (James Caviezel) is trapped between a literal rock and a hard place with the FBI closing in on him and his friends left to stand by helplessly as he’s actually arrested! Let’s take a moment to talk about Reese and his development thus far. Let’s take a moment to appreciate Reese and Finch doing something so mundane as washing the dog together. And hilariously, it sounds like Bear doesn’t listen even to Reese when its bath time and Reese is perfectly fine leaving Finch to get soaked under the auspices of saving the Number in trouble. »

- mbijeaux@corp.popstar.com (Melissa Bijeaux)

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Episode Review: Person of Interest - 2.09: "C.O.D."

7 December 2012 8:40 AM, PST | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Person Of Interest (TV) has been making frequent mention of the importance of family and love this season. Last week it was a squabbling married couple who’d rather resort to hit men than talk out their differences, for which Reese’s (James Caviezel) cure was a little time out in the truck of his car. This week, it’s a down and out cab driver from Cuba who wants nothing more than to get his wife and son into the States, and he manages to get in a hellova lot of trouble doing it. One of the things I love about this show is that behind all the guns, the epic and-to-hand combat scenes and the fantastic computerized magic of the Machine, there is a whole lot of heart. Whether we’re seeing a snippet of Finch’s (Michael Emerson) seemingly simple past with Grace, or Reese confessing that »

- mbijeaux@corp.popstar.com (Melissa Bijeaux)

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BooBoo Stewart Speaks About His Personal Life and Being Involved in ‘The Twilight Saga’

2 December 2012 5:31 AM, PST | twilightersanonymous.com | See recent TwilightersAnonymous news »

BooBoo Stewart appeared on the cover of Captivate magazine in November and gave them an exclusive interview while on the set of ‘The Twilight Saga’. He speaks of his experience being involved in such a huge franchise as ‘The Twilight Saga’, travelling the world and acting.

Cm – You are officially the youngest cover story for Captivate Magazine! You turned eighteen earlier this year. Did you do anything special to celebrate?​​

​Bbs – Wow! I didn’t know that. It’s an honor to be the youngest cover–and not really–I spent it with my family, pretty low key

Cm – Being apart of such a huge Box Office Franchise like, The Twilight Saga, how has it changed your life for the good and the bad?

Bbs – Well it’s so far been all good–I have been all over the world, met amazing people and there are so many more opportunities for me now.

Cm – What have you learned, as a young actor, being on the set of such a huge Franchise?

Bbs – I have learned how to deal with the down time (Laughs)

Cm – How has your character developed since, Breaking Dawn Part 1? Bbs – Well I think he is still the same guy, just wants everyone to get along

Cm – Do you hang out with any of the Twilight cast outside of set?

Bbs – Not really, we are all busy in our own careers

Cm – Have you gotten used to screaming girls and over zealous fans or is it still something unfamiliar?

Bbs – (Laughs) I don’t think you really ever get used to it

Cm – What is a “fan moment” that stands out to you that you have recently experienced? ​

Bbs – It would be hard to single one out–the fans are so dedicated and nice, I am always amazed

Cm – Do you have any celebrity crushes of your own?

Bbs – Zooey Deschanel

Cm – Are there any directors or actors/actresses you would like to work with in the future?

Bbs – Oh yeah, a bunch directors- Paul Thomas Anderson, Chuck Russell, Michael Bay, –I just met Bryan Singer he was great. Actors -Jim Caviezel, Joaquin Phoenix, Heath Ledger if he was still alive -what a loss.

Cm – Are there any future projects you have in the works that you are liberty to speak about?

Bbs – Well I have a few films coming out this spring–White Frog, Running Deer and Space Warriors–and I am about to go into production on The Well

You can read the full interview at Captivate. »

- LexiconAficionado

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Supermodel Karolina Kurkova to Guest on 'Person of Interest' (Exclusive)

27 November 2012 2:53 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Supermodel Karolina Kurkova has booked herself a new TV gig. Photos: 11 of Hollywood's Models Turned Movie Stars The Victoria’s Secret Angel, who has previously appeared in G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra, Chuck and 30 Rock, will guest star in an upcoming episode of Person of Interest, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. But the role will have a twist: Kurkova will play herself, but in serious peril. In the episode, which was recently filmed, Kurkova will catch the attention of Jim Caviezel’s former CIA agent and mysterious “Man In the Suit” character, as well as the

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- Sophie A. Schillaci

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The Point Radio: Grimm & Person Of Interest – Shows To Be Thankful For

21 November 2012 12:01 PM, PST | Comicmix.com | See recent Comicmix news »

 

The second season of NBC’s Grimm has turned the characters upside down, especially “Juliette” played by Bitsi Tulloch. She fills us in on how it all happened – and what’s coming up on the show when it returns in 2013. Plus CBS’ Person Of Interest is a Top 5 rated show which has been a surprise to a lot of folks including stars Michael Emerson & Jim Caviezel who talk about putting the show together. Meanwhile, Star Wars gets two more writers and Wolverine gets a Marvel Now launch.

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Originally published on ComicMix as The Point Radio: Grimm & Person Of Interest – Shows To Be Thankful For »

- Mike Raub

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Episode Review: Person of Interest - 2.07: "Critical"

16 November 2012 10:57 AM, PST | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

I have often wondered if Person of Interest (TV) would bring back former Numbers to help their benefactors on Team Finch/Reese. Well, it seems like old numbers *can*crop back up, even if Reese (James Caviezel) doesn’t seem to like it. And Leon Tao (Ken Leung) isn’t the only blast-from-the-past we see either. Maybe Reese thinks that once he save a Number, they either see the error of their ways, or simply figure out how to be safer with their decision making, but it’s clear he figures that he comes into and out of their lives like a ghost and they’re all the better for it. Well, usually. It seems that our little forensic accountant Leon, who pissed off the Arian Brotherhood a while back, didn’t get the memo. He’s pissed off the Russians this time and Reese saves his bacon yet again. »

- mbijeaux@corp.popstar.com (Melissa Bijeaux)

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5 Things You Don't Know About Daniel Day-Lewis

9 November 2012 2:00 PM, PST | TheInsider.com | See recent The Insider news »

This two-time Oscar winning actor showed his sense of humor this week by spoofing Clint Eastwood's infamous empty chair speech at the Republican National Convention and he stars in the new Abraham Lincoln biopic Lincoln. Here are five things you probably don't know about Daniel Day-Lewis

1. While playing the role of Bill the Butcher in 2002's Gangs of New York, said he listened to rapper Eminem on the set to keep up his "level of aggression."

Video: Daniel Day-Lewis Spoofs Eastwood's Empty Chair

2. Was considered for the role of Jesus Christ in Mel Gibson's drama The Passion of the Christ (2004), but was found to be "too European" for the part, which eventually went to James Caviezel.

3. Is a skilled woodworker and also learned the trade of shoe making.

Video: Daniel Day-Lewis Talks Lincoln Appeal

4. While filming 1992's The Last of the Mohicans, he built a canoe, learned to track and skin animals and mastered the use »

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Episode Review: Person of Interest - 2.06: "High Road"

9 November 2012 7:55 AM, PST | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Sometimes you just gotta get out of the city. Unfortunately, Reese (James Caviezel) wasn’t made for the Girl Scout cookie and soccer mom/dad lifestyle. Neither is the ultra-trendy, mega stylish Zoe Morgan (Paige Turco), his impromptu wife. While this case wasn’t as explosive as most, there was an undercurrent of connection, shown through flashbacks to the Machine’s early days with Finch (Michael Emerson) and Nathan Ingram (Brett Cullen). Perhaps that connection is “everyone meets for a reason.” Also, Bear the dog licks donut icing and Finch is just evil enough to let Reese eat it which is probably the funniest scene of the episode right there. In the latest Number’s case, meeting his wife meant getting out of his old safe-cracking lifestyle. Graham Wyler seems like the all American dad; lovely wife and teen daughter and a big old slice of American pie on the side. »

- mbijeaux@corp.popstar.com (Melissa Bijeaux)

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Ben Affleck's Argo takes Iran's revolutionary themes as its own

8 November 2012 2:36 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Argo satirises the events of the Iran hostage crisis, yet, despite being branded 'an offensive act' and added to a list of 'anti-Iranian' films, Affleck's approach is strangely apologetic

In December 1979, a handmade placard outside the occupied Us embassy in Tehran read: "As an Iranian I want you corresponders + journalists + film-takers [to] tell the truth to the world." Whatever the truths of the Iranian revolution – most would agree it began as a popular uprising driven in part by plausible claims against Us policies – film-makers addressing its aftermath from inside Iran have had to depend on allegorical techniques, while those free to address it less obliquely from abroad have had much read into their motives.

Iran's rulers regard foreign productions on Iranian subjects – whether by émigrés or non-Iranians – with prejudice. Warnings of "soft war" and "psychological warfare" waged through culture and entertainment are a recurring theme in Iranian state media. Such »

- Roland Elliott Brown

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Ronald D. Moore Adapting Outlander

6 November 2012 12:02 PM, PST | EmpireOnline | See recent EmpireOnline news »

The last time that Diana Gabaldon’s bestselling fantasy romance book series Outlander flared on our development radar, it was back in 2008, when Randall Wallace was hired to bring it to the big screen for Essential Pictures. Or at least, that was the plan. That version seemingly vanished into the mire, but now Spartacus-producing cable network Starz has picked up the rights, with Battlestar Galactica’s Ronald D. Moore overseeing the writing.This should not be confused with either the Jim Caviezel-starring sci-fi film or the Sean Connery-starring sci-fi film. Outlander, the first novel, launched a seven-book series, which will add another tome next year. It focuses on Claire, a married World War II combat nurse sent back in time to the Scottish wilds circa 1743.Dropped into a world of adventure and mystery, she’s forced to marry Jamie, a romantic Scottish warrior, and finds herself torn between »

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Person of Interest Hot Shots: Reese and Zoe Play House in the Suburbs

6 November 2012 11:57 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

As Person of Interest showrunner Jonah Nolan previously scooped for TVLine, Reese and Zoe “are going to settle down together” when Paige Turco returns as the femme fixer in this Thursday’s episode — and now we’ve got a sneak peek at the dynamic duo’s cozy set-up.

Per the official synopsis for “The High Road,” Reese (played by Jim Caviezel) is forced to venture outside his comfort zone and pose as a “regular guy” when The Machine’s latest number sends him to the suburbs. To that end, »

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Episode Review: Person of Interest - 2.05: "Bury the Lede"

2 November 2012 8:22 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Reese (James Caviezel) may be the master of spying, creeping and following from a not-so-discrete distance, but in order to save his Numbers, he usually has to get close to them at some point. That presents a problem when his latest Number is a ballsy, brash newspaper reporter who would love nothing more than to put the heroic Man in the Suit on the front page. Cue Finch (Michael Emerson) having paranoid fits. Maxine (Gloria Votsis) isn’t afraid to go after the story, even if that means going head to head with mafia don’s kids and the entire wrath of the elusive Hr. And she makes quite a stir covering the mass arrest of over 70 crooked cops involved with Hr. Naturally, the head of the snake remains intact, as Simmons (Robert John Burke) reminds poor Fusco (Kevin Chapman). With Fusco still under the thumb of Hr, and one »

- mbijeaux@corp.popstar.com (Melissa Bijeaux)

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'Supernatural' actor Sterling K Brown joins 'Person of Interest'

29 October 2012 10:28 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Sterling K Brown has joined the cast of Person of Interest. Jim Caviezel stars alongside Lost's Michael Emerson in the action drama, currently airing its second season on CBS. Brown - who has appeared on Supernatural, Third Watch and Army Wives - will play a narcotics detective, Deadline reports. His character Cal Beecher is being envisioned as a potential love interest for Detective Carter, played by Taraji P Henson. Earlier this month, it was revealed that Lost and Supernatural actor Mark Pellegrino had also been cast on Person of Interest - the star will play the head of a publishing empire in a future (more) »

- By Morgan Jeffery

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Episode Review: Person of Interest - 2.04: "Triggerman"

26 October 2012 8:06 AM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

Sometimes the Number of the week is not a victim, but a perpetrator. In this case, he’s literally both. But what really intrigues me about this episode is the parallels between the Number and his savior, and Reese and Finch. Maybe it simply speaks to the epic array of variables that brought Reese and Finch together – and perhaps the Machine had something to do with that – or maybe it’s because we’ve seen Finch and Reese grow closer as the show progresses. Whatever the reason, the youthful hit man echoes out favorite protective badass a little too closely, and we can only hope that his ending is not prophetic. It’s worth noting that sometimes Reese (James Caviezel) doesn’t get there in time to save the day, and sometimes his intended target isn’t all wrong-place-wrong-time virtue. Number of the week Riley Cavanaugh (Jonathan Tucker) is hardly the typical number. »

- mbijeaux@corp.popstar.com (Melissa Bijeaux)

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Person of Interest Recap 'A triggerman merits the return of Elias'

25 October 2012 8:54 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Harold Finch (Michael Emerson) and John Reese (Jim Caviezel) after they save another life thanks to the Machine.

This week, Person of Interest presented an interesting scenario. What happens when the man who the Machine declares the next number is a victim not a perpetrator, but he's also a dangerous mob enforcer traveling with a complete innocent? It put John and Harold at odds with one another as John argued that Riley Cavanaugh (Jonathan Tucker) may be a killer but so was he at one point. While Finch gets offended by the notion of letting Riley's lover, Annie, be put into harm's way at all even going so far as to quote his recent captor by stating that some people are just 'bad code'.

Frankly, the story itself wasn't the strongest this week as the young lovers tried to get out of town before Riley's former boss, George Massey, could get them both killed. »

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'Person of Interest' Gets Tangled in a Dangerous Mob Affair (Exclusive Video)

25 October 2012 2:31 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The latest case on Person of Interest puts Reese and his cohorts in dangerous territory. In Thursday's episode, "Trigger Man," The Machine's latest number leads to a mob enforcer (guest star Jonathan Tucker), and our trusty heroes Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Finch (Michael Emerson) assume he's the guilty party about to commit a gruesome crime. Little do they know, he's actually the victim, protecting a woman he's in love with and was ordered to kill. The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive scene from the hour, which features Reese sending Detective Carter (Taraji P. Henson) some vital information to a

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Episode Review: Person of Interest - 2.03: "Masquerade"

19 October 2012 12:02 PM, PDT | PopStar | See recent PopStar news »

One of the many things I love about this show is character continuity. Emotional or physical things that happen to a character in one episode follow through to episodes that follow. Reese (James Caviezel) didn’t magically heal one week after getting shot and Mr. Finch (Michael Emerson) isn’t going to recover from his little romp with Root any time soon either. The emotional trauma is there and we get to actually see him dealing with it, and it’s fabulous. The Number of the week isn’t too remarkable but it does lead itself to a few nice moments for Reese to talk about being “lost and found” (by Finch) and we always enjoy those. Sophia (Paloma Guzman) the spoiled brat of a Brazilian diplomat has a hit out on her after she conveniently finds herself the wrong kind of boyfriend. And maybe freakishly tall Sophia is just a misunderstood, »

- mbijeaux@corp.popstar.com (Melissa Bijeaux)

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