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The first two seasons of Crossing Lines will air on Alibi.
The crime drama was previously exclusive to Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Adrian Wills, general manager for Alibi, said, "Crossing Lines is a smart and fast-paced crime drama peppered with great characters, intrigue and amazing international locations. It is a perfect fit for the channel and I'm confident it will prove compelling for our viewers."
Alexandra Finlay, head of acquisitions and co-productions, added: "Crossing Lines, headed by a stellar cast including Donald Sutherland and William Fichtner, is a stand out crime drama that will keep Alibi viewers on their toes and guessing throughout.
"It's a thriller with an international twist and will perfectly complement Alibi's existing slate of programmes."
Independent music marketing, talent management, and music publishing house Primary Wave has officially merged its talent division with Intellectual Artists Management to form a new multiplatform music, film, TV, and literary management company. The new entity will run under the direction of Primary Wave co-CEOs Larry Mestel, CEO and founder of Primary Wave Music, David Guillod, CEO and founder of Intellectual, and Mark Burg, CEO and founder of Evolution, who will serve as Vice Chairman.
Together the unified labels rep talent including Golden Globe winning actress Gina Rodriguez, Oscar-winner Bobby Moresco, and Grammy winners Ceelo Green, Melissa Etheridge, Cypress Hill, and Eric Benet. Actors William Fichtner, Mayim Bialik, Peter Facinelli, Gabrielle Union, Aj Cook, and Natalie Imbruglia are also clients. The new company will now operate jointly in New York and La.
- Jen Yamato
NBC licensed the first season of Crossing Lines and aired it during the summer of 2013. It didn't perform well in the ratings so the network cancelled the show. However, it was a success in other international markets so a second season was produced.
First season regulars William Fichtner, Donald Sutherland, Marc Lavoine, Tom Wlaschiha, Gabriella Pession and Richard Flood returned, along with Lara Rossi, who was introduced late in the first season. Guest stars for the season include Carrie-Anne Moss and Ray Stevenson.
Paramount's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was certainly a big hit at the box office last summer, taking in $191 million domestically and $477 million worldwide. However, it wasn't received quite so well with the nation's critics, earning just a 21% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Whether you love it or hate it, the remake did well enough for Paramount to give the go-ahead for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, which is set to hit theaters on June 6, 2016 from director Dave Green (Earth to Echo). While we wait for more details to emerge on the sequel, the folks over at Cinema Sins have broken down everything that's wrong with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
The city needs heroes. Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians. The future is grim until four unlikely outcast brothers rise from »
Just a few days after Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles opened this past August, Paramount Pictures announced that the sequel, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, will arrive in theaters on June 6, 2016. We haven't heard much about the sequel since then, but, while promoting their upcoming time travel adventure Project Almanac, producer Andrew Form confirmed that production is scheduled to begin very soon. Here's what he had to say below.
"We're in prep right now. We start shooting in New York in April."
Andrew Form, along with his producing partner Bradley Fuller, confirmed last month that popular villains Bebop and Rocksteady will be in the sequel, and that they are "trying to work in" Casey Jones as well. Andrew Form revealed that there were a number of characters they wanted to fit in the first movie, but now they have a chance to use them in the sequel.
"We designed and we »
Some new concept art from last year’s live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot has surfaced online, giving us a look at unused designs for Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady…
And here’s some additional concept art featuring Splinter, Leonardo, Raphael and Donatello…
As it happens, we’ve already had confirmation that Bebop and Rocksteady will feature in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2, which will once again see Michael Bay producing, and David Green (Earth to Echo) directing.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stars Megan Fox (Transformers) as April O’Neil, Pete Ploszek (Parks and Recreation) and Johnny Knoxville (Jackass Presents Bad Grandpa) as Leonardo, Alan Ritchson (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) as Raphael, Jeremy Howard (How the Grinch Stole Christmas) as Donatello, Noel Fisher (Battle Los Angeles) as Michaelangelo, Danny Woodburn (Seinfeld) and Tony Shalhoub (Monk) as Splinter, William Fichtner (The Dark Knight) as Eric Sachs, Will Arnett (The Lego Movie) as Vernon Fenwick, »
- Gary Collinson
As Vulture celebrates the finest films of 2014 (you can see critic David Edelstein's top 11 here), so must we celebrate the worst. Welcome to the 8th edition of our annual worst-movies roundup, as voted on by critics, where soon-to-be-forgotten misfires earn a last turn in the spotlight. This year, Vulture polled film critics on the year’s most torturous moviegoing experiences (some publications submitted collective ballots). Those responses, combined with a number of notable worst-of lists published elsewhere, were tallied to produce the final ranking of the ten worst films of 2014.10. Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesWarning: If you need a reminder that nostalgia's a bitch, then rent Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In this overedited, manically paced, and generally misconceived action-comedy, four benevolent steroid-enhanced monsters with no noses attempt to rescue well-meaning-but-journalistically-challenged TV reporter April O'Neil (Megan Fox) while fighting William Fichtner and a big Japanese man in a knife-suit. Teenage Mutant »
- Simon Abrams
7 items from 2015
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