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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Once, Grey's, Sons of Anarchy, Hawaii Five-0, Castle, NCIS: La, Scandal and More

19 August 2014 3:31 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Got a scoop request? An anonymous tip you’re dying to share? Send any/all of the above to askausiello@tvline.com

Question: Anything at all on the final season of Sons of Anarchy? —Jennifer

Ausiello: Tara’s spirit will loom large throughout the final 13 episodes, but Maggie Siff won’t be embodying that spirit. Asked if the actress might appear in a recreated flashback or as a vision to her widowed hubby, series creator Kurt Sutter tells me, “I’ve never done flashbacks or dream sequences on this show. They tend to pull me out of the reality of a show like this. »

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Wamg Giveaway – Win the I’LL Follow You Down Blu-ray – Time Travel Drama

10 August 2014 7:58 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Academy Award nominee Haley Joel Osment (Best Supporting Actor, The Sixth Sense, 1999), Emmy Award winner Gillian Anderson (Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, “The X Files,” 1993), Rufus Sewell (Dark City) and Victor Garber (TV’s “Alias”) star in the sci-fi drama I’LL Follow You Down, debuting on Blu-ray™ and DVD Aug. 5 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Written and directed by Richie Mehta (Siddharth), the film is a sci-fi exploration of wormholes, parallel universes, love, and the possibility of starting over. After the disappearance of an accomplished physicist (Rufus Sewell), his son Erol (Haley Joel Osment) and wife Marika (Gillian Anderson) struggle to cope.  Years later, now a young scientist himself, Erol discovers a formula that could kill him, throw him into the unknown … or bring his family back together. Bonus materials include a behind-the-scenes featurette and deleted scenes.

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An accomplished physicist (Rufus Sewell) mysteriously disappears on a business trip. »

- Tom Stockman

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Jonah Hill Isn't the Only Surprising Celebrity Officiant

22 July 2014 3:04 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Want to get married by a famous face? Many stars have played the important role of wedding officiant, including Emma Stone, Jason Segel, and Victor Garber, who presided over Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck's marriage ceremony. This weekend, a new star got added to the famous officiants list when Jonah Hill presided over Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo's nuptials. Keep reading to see more famous officiants. Source: Getty / Noel Vasquez »

- Meghan Rooney

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Web Therapy: Season Four Starts October 22nd

24 June 2014 7:36 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Showtime has announced that the fourth season of Web Therapy will kick off on Wednesday, October 22nd.

The 10 new episodes will feature guest appearances by performers like Gwyneth Paltrow, Jon Hamm, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Matthew Perry, Allison Janney, Lauren Graham, Craig Ferguson, Calista Flockhart, Dax Shephard, Billy Crystal, Lily Tomlin, Rashida Jones, Victor Garber, Julie Claire, Jennifer Elise Cox, and Tim Bagley.

Showtime® Schedules More ‘Therapy’ Sessions

Season 4 Of “Web Therapy” To Premiere Wednesday, October 22nd at 11 P.M. Et/Pt

Major Celebrity Guest Stars Including Gwyneth Paltrow, Jon Hamm, Matthew Perry, Allison Janney, And Many More To Be Featured

Los Angeles, CA (June 24, 2014) – Everyone’s favorite online therapist, played by Emmy Award winner Lisa Kudrow, will dole out more horrible advice on the fourth season of Web Therapy, premiering on »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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Three Series Where Directors Excelled This TV Season

16 June 2014 8:34 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Masters of Sex’: Carrying a Cinematic Sensibility to the Small Screen

Michael Apted first found fame in 1964 as the director of “Seven Up,” a groundbreaking television documentary charting the lives of British children that has since spawned a veritable institution, each film revisiting the subjects seven years later (2012’s “56 Up” was the latest

So it’s a befitting progression that Apted, who also helmed the James Bond film “The World Is Not Enough” and the Jodie Foster starrer “Nell,” would find himself back in TV at this juncture in his career, this time directing episodes of Showtime’s “Masters of Sex,” a series about pioneering physician William Masters and his research partner Virginia

While Apted’s return to TV is pragmatic in part — “The sort of movies I grew up doing are not made anymore and it’s difficult to find a project that I want to do” — he »

- Variety Staff

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‘I’ll Follow You Down’ Review: The Sins of the Father and All That

6 June 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Erol was just a boy when his father, Gabe (Rufus Sewell), left for a conference at Princeton and was never seen again. His ID and cell phone were found in his hotel room, but no evidence of his whereabouts was ever found. Twelve years later the now adult Erol (Haley Joel Osment) has followed in his father’s footsteps with an interest in theoretical physics, but his mother’s (Gillian Anderson) fragile state leads him to turn down overtures from far-away universities like M.I.T. He’s afraid to leave her behind as the pain and mystery of his father’s disappearance has already led her to two suicide attempts. Erol’s grandfather Sal (Victor Garber) meanwhile has dealt with the loss by burying himself in his work as a professor but also by digging into his son-in-law’s left behind research. It seems Gabe was working on a time travel experiment before his disappearance. Sal »

- Rob Hunter

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Watch: Go Back In Time with Haley Joel Osment in This Trailer for Thriller 'I'll Follow You Down'

5 June 2014 7:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Haley Joel Osment can't seem to get away from the supernatural/thriller genre. He's not exactly seeing dead people in "I'll Follow You Down," the second feature film by Richie Mehta, but he's not really seeing anyone alive either. Years after his father has gone missing, Osment's character Erol and his mother (played by Gillian Anderson who finds herself back in the sci-fi world) make a shocking discovery that leads them to think they can get him back. Dad may have disappeared into some sort of wormhole. In this trailer we get a look at Osment, Gillian and a supporting cast including Victor Garber and Rufus Sewell doing their sci-fi thing. "I'll Follow You Down" will be in theaters on August 5. Check out the trailer below.  »

- Eric Eidelstein

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I'll Follow You Down Focuses on the Ethics of Time Travel

3 June 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Village Voice | See recent Village Voice news »

I'll Follow You Down distinguishes itself from other science-fiction films by focusing on the ethics of time travel. Instead of acting first and thinking as they go, characters take time to consider whether they should go back in time — which turns out to be a problem, since writer-director Richie Mehta's characters aren't especially thoughtful.

Like their creator, they make massive leaps in logic before they do anything. Professor Sal (Victor Garber) tells grandson Erol (Haley Joel Osment) that he and his family are living in a "negative space" alternate timeline created after Erol's dad, Gabe (Rufus Sewell), traveled back to 1946 to talk to Albert Einstein.

It's not really clear how Sal knows this beyond the fact that he's a scientist and has pored over »

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Casting Net: Robert De Niro joins Robert Pattinson in indie heist film 'Idol's Eye'; Plus, Johnny Depp, more

27 May 2014 6:03 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Robert De Niro (The Bag Man) will star opposite Robert Pattinson (The Rover) in Olivier Assayas (Paris, je t’aime) upcoming indie action flick, Idol’s Eye. While plot details are being kept firmly under wraps, the film is being described as a “sophisticated heist/action thriller” and is set to begin principal photography in October in Chicago and Toronto.

Johnny Depp (Black Mass) is reportedly in negotiations to star as Harry Houdini in Lionsgate/Summit’s upcoming film, The Secret Life of Houdini: The Making of America’s First Superhero. Directed by Red 2′s Dean Parisot and based on »

- Pamela Gocobachi

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Zoe Lister-Jones to Star in Political Thriller 'Food' (Exclusive)

27 May 2014 3:38 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Zoe Lister-Jones and Daryl Wein, the couple behind the 2012 comedy Lola Versus, are in production on their follow-up, a political thriller titled Food. Lister-Jones, The Big Bang Theory star Kunal Nayyar, Victor Garber (Argo), Danny Glover (Lethal Weapon), Griffin Dunne (Dallas Buyers Club), Anthony Edwards (ER) and Beth Grant (No Country for Old Men) are part of the indie ensemble that began shooting Tuesday in Illinois. Photos: The Scene at the Tribeca Film Festival Just like with Lola Versus, Wein is directing with the duo writing the script together. The pair are also producing via their

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- Borys Kit

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Celebrity Beach Reads: Laura Prepon, Victor Garber Share Book Picks

27 May 2014 5:31 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

Hitting the beach soon? Don't forget to pack a good book along with your shades and sunblock. From buzzworthy tell-alls to of-the-moment novels, Us Weekly editors—and celebs like Laura Prepon and Victor Garber—suggest new warm-weather reading material perfect for kicking back this summer. Goldfinch by Donna Tartt: "I'm reading Goldfinch, which is fantastic," Garber tells Us of Tartt's buzzy Pulitzer Prize winner about a teenage boy who survives an accident that kills his mother. "It's long, but it's so worth it!" The Fault in Our Stars by John [...] »

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Haley Joel Osment Tackles Time In Trailer For I’ll Follow You Down

22 May 2014 8:01 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Time travel movies are awesome. Their very nature means that the dramatic possibilities are endless. There’s the pursuit of happiness, the danger of disaster, the ethical and moral quandaries, the psychological challenges, the existential questions, and the up-close look at the fabric of the universe. From this selection of ingredients, great cinema can be made – and that’s exactly what we’re hoping for with I’ll Follow You Down.

It’s a mistake to label this as part of a sudden re-emergence for Haley Joel Osment – Oscar-nominated child star of The Sixth Sense and A.I Artificial Intelligence. He never really disappeared. He just took himself off in a direction many weren’t expecting – namely voice work and video games. This was possibly a smart move on his part – stepping off-screen for that awkward child-to-adult phase that seems to trip so many young movie performers up these days. »

- Sarah Myles

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Haley Joel Osment Time Travels in I'll Follow You Down [Trailer]

21 May 2014 9:57 AM, PDT | QuietEarth.us | See recent QuietEarth news »

Canadian director Richie Mehta is better know for hard hitting dramas than science fiction but every once in a while, one needs a change of pace and from the looks of it, 2013 was the year of change for Mehta.

I'll Follow You Down stars Haley Joel Osment as Erol, a young scientist whose father mysteriously disappeared years ago leaving the Erol alone with his mother (Gillian Anderson). Now grown up, Erol discovers that his father was working on a project that has something to do with wormholes and time travel. At least that appears to be what's going on here; even after a second viewing of the trailer I don't gave a clear grasp of what's going on.

That said, I like the time travel concept and I love this cast which also includes Victor Garber and Rufus Sewell. It helps that I' [Continued ...] »

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NBC's 'The Music Man Live': Let's cast it!

13 May 2014 11:38 AM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Dammit, NBC — why’d you have to announce an upcoming live version of The Music Man that likely won’t premiere until 2015? How are we supposed to get excited for Peter Pan Live when we know that this is on the horizon?

No disrespect to the Lost Boys, but Meredith Willson’s 1957 classic is a much better show than the 1954 stage version of Pan. (So long as Mary Martin isn’t involved, anyway.) The songs are catchier, the book is wittier, the production numbers are more fun — and there’s much less chance of high-wire mishaps, which actually might make »

- Hillary Busis

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NBC Adds 'The Music Man' to Its Roster of Live TV Musicals

12 May 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Looks like the peacock has song and dance fever: NBC will stage a live adaptation of "The Music Man" in 2015.

NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt made the announcement Monday during the network's upfronts presentation, confirming the latest in what will most likely be an open-ended series of live musical broadcasts. "The Music Man" is the third such production for NBC, following last year's ratings hit "The Sound of Music," and the upcoming staging of "Peter Pan."

"The Music Man," a Tony award-winning 1957 musical, follows Harold Hill, a con man who poses as a band leader, selling instruments and uniforms to naive members of a small town. The townsfolk get swept up with excitement, thinking Hill will teach them how to play.

The stage version of the show was a hit, and spawned a popular film version in 1962, starring Shirley Jones and Robert Preston. Following a successful Broadway revival in 2000, a 2003 film adaptation aired on ABC, »

- Katie Roberts

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NBC Adds 'The Music Man' to Its Roster of Live TV Musicals

12 May 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Looks like the peacock has song and dance fever: NBC will stage a live adaptation of "The Music Man" in 2015.

NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt made the announcement Monday during the network's upfronts presentation, confirming the latest in what will most likely be an open-ended series of live musical broadcasts. "The Music Man" is the third such production for NBC, following last year's ratings hit "The Sound of Music," and the upcoming staging of "Peter Pan."

"The Music Man," a Tony award-winning 1957 musical, follows Harold Hill, a con man who poses as a band leader, selling instruments and uniforms to naive members of a small town. The townsfolk get swept up with excitement, thinking Hill will teach them how to play.

The stage version of the show was a hit, and spawned a popular film version in 1962, starring Shirley Jones and Robert Preston. Following a successful Broadway revival in 2000, a 2003 film adaptation aired on ABC, »

- Katie Roberts

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Season premiere review: 'Louie' - 'Back/Model'

5 May 2014 8:05 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

"Louie" finally returned to our television sets tonight. I published my advance review of the new season earlier today, and I have specific thoughts on tonight's two episodes coming up just as soon as I write a letter to AIDS... I don't know at what point FX decided that they'd be double-pumping most of "Louie" season 4, but "Back" and "Model" almost feel as if they were designed to air together on the same night. It's not just that they demonstrate two of the many different flavors available from the show — "Back" a collection of vignettes that are loosely tied together, "Model" one long (and very shaggy) story — but that they feel connected as part of a bigger tale about how Louis C.K. is feeling about himself (or, at least, about his less successful TV alter ego) at the moment. Many things happen in "Back," and we'll get to those in a minute, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Louie, Ep. 4.01-02, “Back” and “Model” see the series return in style

5 May 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Louie, Season 4, Episodes 1 and 2, “Back” and “Model”

Written and Directed by Louis C.K.

Louie is utterly unique to the television landscape. There are very, very few shows of which this can be said. It’s part standup, part experimental film, part character study, part whatever else Louis C.K. wants it to be, and in its first three seasons, the series that started out well grew increasingly confident, playing with form and stretching C.K. as a filmmaker and storyteller. After C.K. decided to take 2013 off, some viewers may have been concerned he wouldn’t be able to recapture the magic of the first three seasons. Fortunately, with “Back” and “Model”, C.K. picks up right where he left off, as sure and relaxed as ever.

The first episode of the season, “Back”, follows the model of the first season, with a series of vignettes loosely following Louie (Louis C.K.) through his day. »

- Kate Kulzick

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New 'Power' trailer: Starz series from 50 Cent shows dark world of clubs and drugs -- Exclusive Video

2 May 2014 9:08 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

For some, great power comes with great responsibility. For James “Ghost” St. Patrick, power only brings problems.

Ghost is the focus of Power, a new drama executive produced by Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson. An official trailer was released in March — and now EW has an exclusive, extended look at the series. Omari Hardwick (The A-Team) stars as Ghost, a wealthy NYC nightclub owner living a double life as one of the most lucrative drug dealers in the city. As the show begins, he’s trying to leave his life of crime behind to improve his business and the lives of his family. »

- Jake Perlman

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Louis C.K. Explains the Break Before ‘Louie’s’ Fourth Season

30 April 2014 11:26 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Though impatient fans may have not liked the 19 months in between the third and upcoming fourth season of “Louie,” Louis C.K. said the break was good for him Tuesday evening discussion with New York Times writer Bill Carter at the Directors Guild. Two episodes of the FX hit will air on May 5, to be followed by two each week for the season’s 14-episode run. 

The three episodes screened prior to C.K.’s conversation revealed more of the offbeat nature that has become the show’s signature. An embarrassing injury obtained at a sex toy shop is treated by a stoic physician played by Charles Grodin, while a night spent in the company of a beautiful astronaut’s daughter lands C.K.’s character in jail.

Preparation for the season, a full two months of which consisted of C.K. taking notes before putting anything into script form, was »

- Adrienne Gaffney

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