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The youngster is ordered by a judge to work with Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) “on loan” to assist with a cyber case — or else he goes to prison. Nelson struggles working for the Feds while trying to keep his fingertips out of the Deep Web, where he was groomed »
Patricia Arquette is returning to CSI this fall.
EW has learned exclusively that the actress will reprise her role as Special Agent Avery Ryan in an episode slated for Nov. 2. Ryan is the head of the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division that will be explored on the new spin-off series CSI: Cyber. Arquette previously appeared on CSI in a backdoor pilot episode for Cyber last spring.
CSI returns Sept. 28 at 10 p.m., while CSI: Cyber will air on Sundays at 10 p. »
- Natalie Abrams
“[Elijah Mundo] is an expert in battlefield forensics recruited by Special Agent Avery Ryan (series star Patricia Arquette) for his war efforts in Afghanistan. Mundo is a savant when it comes to weaponry, vehicles and bombs,” CBS announced Wednesday, according to Entertainment Weekly. “A self-proclaimed action junkie, Agent Mundo will often put himself at risk to seek permanent justice, while Ryan will level his diehard behavior with her expertise in psychology. Together, they will team up to fight the world’s toughest cyber crimes.”
Per TVLine, Van Der Beek will play the role of FBI Agent Elijah Mundo, a battlefield forensics expert who knows the inside and out of vehicles, weapons and bombs. Mundo is recruited into the FBI's Cyber Crime Division by Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) and should find use in his skills as the division tracks down the most dangerous cyber criminals.
Van Der Beek was last seen in the CBS series Friends with Better Lives, which was cancelled this past spring. He will forever be most recognizable for his role on The CW series Dawson's Creek and the movie Varsity Blues. The Internet »
The story follows an American soldier and a French foreign aid worker who team up in Africa amid humankind’s last stand against a cataclysmic alien invasion. Filming begins in September in South Africa. [Source: Deadline]
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Tony-winning actor Christian Borle is in talks to play both Smee and Mr. Darling in NBC's live production of "Peter Pan" this Fall.
Traditionally in some productions, the actor who plays Captain Hook also plays Mr. Darling, but Christopher Walken is only doing Hook this time - leaving Borle to take on the double duty role. [Source: EW]
- Garth Franklin
James Van Der Beek is moving to another CBS show.
Van Der Beek will play FBI agent Elijah Mundo, an expert in battlefield forensics recruited by Patricia Arquette’s character, Special Agent Avery Ryan. Mundo is a savant in weaponry, vehicles and bombs while Ryan brings her expertise in psychology.
The show will follow the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division as it hunts down foreign and domestic threats that live online and play out in the real world. It’s inspired by the work of real-life cyber psychologist Mary Aiken.
Along with his most famous role as Dawson Leery in “Dawson’s Creek, »
- Alex Stedman
James Van Der Beek will continue to call CBS home. The actor, who last season starred in the network's short-lived comedy Friends With Better Lives, has nabbed a series regular role in CSI: Cyber, CBS announced Wednesday. The CSI: Crime Scene Investigation spinoff centers on special agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) who heads the Cyber Crime Division of the FBI, a unit at the forefront of solving illegal activities that start in the mind, live online and play out in the real world. Peter MacNicol and Charley Koontz star. Photos Broadcast TV's New 2014-15 Shows Van Der
- Lesley Goldberg
James Van Der Beek has been cast to star in the upcoming offshoot series “CSI: Cyber,” the network sais Wednesday. Van Der Beek, who will be a series regular, will play FBI Agent Elijah Mundo, an expert in battlefield forensics recruited by Special Agent Avery Ryan (played by Patricia Arquette) for his war efforts in Afghanistan. Mundo is a savant when it comes to weaponry, vehicles and bombs. Also read: ‘CSI: Cyber’ Casts ‘Ally McBeal’ Alum Peter MacNicol A self-proclaimed action junkie, Agent Mundo will often put himself at risk to seek permanent justice, while Ryan will level his diehard behavior with. »
- Tim Kenneally
The quick demise of Friends With Better Lives apparently didn’t sour James Van Der Beek on CBS — the Dawson’s Creek alum is staying in business with the network via a series-regular role on CSI: Cyber, TVLine has learned.
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He will play FBI Agent Elijah Mundo, an expert in battlefield forensics recruited by Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette). Mundo is a savant when it comes to weaponry, vehicles, and bombs. A self-proclaimed action junkie, Agent Mundo will often put himself at risk to seek permanent justice while Ryan will »
Over the course of the second half of Season 2, CBS’ Under the Dome will uncork big secrets about its titular mystery — and in a way that will propel the narrative into any possible third season.
Visiting TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite last week, Season 2 noob Eddie Cahill teased of the coming reveals, “The Dome is not as impenetrable as we thought,” perhaps alluding to the tunnel discovered in the latest episode. Cahill also said that the otherworldly barrier’s roots will be unearthed, dating back to Pac-Man and Donkey Kong era. »
The CSI beast is going strong still. CBS announced another series regular for the upcoming CSI: Cyber, which is Peter MacNicol. He was previously on CBS’ Numb3rs and legal show Ally McBeal. His role, Assistant Director Stavros Sifter will be the FBI supervisor who is also an insider that has made it his whole career. He will be playing the boss to Patricia Arquette. The series is expected to be a mid-season replacement during the mid season break next year. Peter has yet to address the subject of his new role.
I have always loved the CSI series and I love that they are taking on the cyber subject. It will certainly be a good one and perhaps it should have been done a long time ago. I suppose it is better late than never, but it does make you wonder where their minds are when they decide what shows to create? »
- Sarah Peel
The Ally McBeal actor will play Stravros Sifter, assistant director for the Cyber Crime Division in Washington, D.C., and supervisor of Special Agent Avery Ryan, played by Patricia Arquette. Sifter is described as “a shrewd and savvy networker” and “a charmer with a hint of malice.” MacNicol joins Arquette and Charley Koontz in the midseason series, the fourth spin-off in the highly successful CSI franchise.
- Jake Perlman
The Ally McBeal/Numb3rs vet will play Assistant Director Stavros Sifter, 40, a career FBI insider and supervisor of Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) for the Cyber Crime Division in Washington, D.C.
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Sifter quickly rose up the ranks and positioned himself in a job where he is the clearinghouse between FBI Cyber and all other branches of government. He is a shrewd and savvy networker — a charmer with a hint of malice. »
MacNicol will play Assistant Director Stavros Sifter, a career FBI insider and supervisor of Special Agent Avery Ryan for the Cyber Crime Division in Washington, D.C. Sifter quickly rose up the ranks and positioned himself in a job where he is the clearing house between FBI Cyber and all other branches of government. He is a shrewd and savvy networker; a charmer with a hint of malice. Drilling down to the core of his “Classified” status, Sifter knows what very few know behind the closed doors of the U.S. Government. The social networks and devices we use on a daily basis are the Government’s way of monitoring its citizens domestically and abroad — therefore, Sifter has the impossible task of controlling the amplification of cyber crime in an era where the collective world communicates electronically. »
- Laura Prudom
Peter MacNicol and CBS are going to cyber with each other. MacNicol, who played John Cage on the legal series “Ally McBeal,” has signed on as a regular on CBS’ upcoming drama “CSI: Cyber.” The series will focus on a time when technology, as we know it, has amplified human behavior to the point where faceless criminals are committing crimes at global proportions with the touch of a button. Patricia Arquette will star as Avery Ryan, a special agent in the FBI's Cyber Crime Division. Also read: ‘CSI’ Crew Member Sued Over Pornographic Pictures, Homophobic Slurs on Set MacNicol will play Assistant Director. »
- Tim Kenneally
In 1982, Meryl Streep had already made a big splash in the motion picture industry, having won a Supporting Actress Oscar for 1979’s Kramer vs. Kramer, and securing a Supporting Actress nomination prior to that for 1978’s The Deer Hunter and a Best Actress nomination for 1981’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman. With Sophie’s Choice, the actress snapped up the Best Actress Oscar pretty much without a contest—everyone knew that if she didn’t win, then a terrible crime had been committed by the Academy. In short, in this reviewer’s opinion, Streep’s performance in Sophie’s Choice is one of the greatest pieces of acting ever presented on the silver screen. Period. Since then, Streep has gone on to prove, over and over, that she is arguably the most talented actress in the history of cinema, but Sophie remains her masterpiece. »
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This week marked the 25th anniversary of Ghostbusters II, a sequel that very few people consider to be a good movie. Some us, though, don't mind watching it for a few favorite moments, some of them involving Peter MacNicol, some involving Bill Murray, some involving Rick Moranis, some involving the river of slime. There are genuinely great bits in what's otherwise a mediocre comedy, and that's something that happens a lot. Those gold nuggets wrapped in a ball of crap can be the stuff that makes a guilty pleasure, but when they're really notable is when we can't even use them to defend the bigger picture. It's one thing to totally enjoy, say, Howard the Duck (as I do), but it's another to only appreciate Jeffrey Jones's performance in the...
- Christopher Campbell
A lot of people went to see Ghostbusters II on its opening weekend 25 years ago, enough to break a box office record (that would be surpassed a week later with the release of Batman). Of course it was hugely anticipated. Ghostbusters was already a classic after only five years, and thanks in part to a Saturday morning cartoon spin-off and toys and other merchandising, kids especially couldn’t wait to see Peter, Ray, Egon, Winston and, of course, Slimer back on the big screen. But it was a huge disappointment for most fans. The plot was too much of a repeat of the original, the cast didn’t give it their all and worst of all it wasn’t very funny, so said — and still say — its biggest critics. Well, I was only 12 at the time and sufficiently satisfied. Already obsessed then by how New York City is represented in cinema, I »
- Christopher Campbell
Director Matthew Robbins' gothic fairytale is the missing link between the stop-motion animation of Ray Harryhausen and the super-real imagery of contemporary CGI. Thanks to special effects master Phil Tippett's "go motion" techniques, Dragonslayer's dragon, a lithesome bat-like creature that terrorizes the medieval kingdom of Urland, is uncannily natural. The movie's overall design is the cinematic equivalent of an elegant storybook illustrated by N.C. Wyeth but the film itself, though produced in tandem by Paramount and Disney, is anything but child-like, with virgin sacrifices, gruesome bloodletting and the unexpected death of of a beloved character that lend the tale unexpected gravity. Starring the great Ralph Richardson as the resolute wizard Ulrich and Peter MacNicol as his callow but brave apprentice.
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“When I need to take the Pill/ I look upon the windowsill…”
Mindy Lahiri and her cohorts dove headfirst last night into what is (somehow?) one of the big political debates of 2014: Birth control access! Dr. Lahiri was counseling an 18-year-old who wanted a prescription for the Pill without telling her overprotective detective father (Tim Daly), who proceeded to find out anyway, and then storm into Mindy’s office to demand answers. “You just watch yourself, you sex-crazed quack. I could get you on the no-fly list like that,” Detective Lang threatened.
Mindy, already on a no-fly list and »
- Erin Strecker
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