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Dylan McDermott Meets Dermot Mulroney on ‘La to Vegas’ to End 30 Years of Confusion

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Dylan McDermott Meets Dermot Mulroney on ‘La to Vegas’ to End 30 Years of Confusion
Dylan McDermott. Dermot Mulroney. Yes, we see how those names are similar, but that doesn’t mean the actors who go by them are the same person. However, the confusion surrounding these stars has gone on for decades and escalated to the point there was once a “Saturday Night Live” skit about the misconception. But that all ends on Tuesday night, when McDermott and Mulroney face off in an episode of the former’s new sitcom “La to Vegas.” Mulroney’s guest appearance as a rival airline pilot will mark the first time the two have ever shared the screen together. And trust us, no...
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First look images from Josie starring Sophie Turner and Dylan McDermott

Three new images have arrived online from director Eric England’s upcoming thriller Josie (previously titled Huntsville) featuring Sophie Turner and Dylan McDermott; check them out here…

As per Deadline, Josie “follows the tattooed, sweet-talking stranger Josie (Sophie Turner) who, upon arriving to a small, southern town, strikes up relationships with local young punk Marcus (Jack Kilmer) and her loner neighbor Hank (Dynlan McDermott). She quickly becomes a hot topic of local gossip, but her true intentions for arriving in town are far more sinister when her dark past comes to light.”

Josie is set for release in March.

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Film News Roundup: ‘The Greatest Showman’ Sets Sing-Along Screenings

Film News Roundup: ‘The Greatest Showman’ Sets Sing-Along Screenings
In today’s film news roundup, Fox sets sing-along screenings of “The Greatest Showman,” Forest Whitaker’s “The Forgiven” gets a release, and Sophie Turner’s “Josie” secures a deal.

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20th Century Fox has set a week of sing-along screenings of its Hugh Jackman musical “The Greatest Showman,” starting on Friday in 300 theaters around the country.

The sing-along version will display the songs’ lyrics on screen, allowing viewers to perform with the movie’s score. The tracks are penned by Academy Award-winning songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

The soundtrack currently holds the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart, and has also reached No. 1 on iTunes in over 60 countries. On Jan. 7, the movie’s song “This Is Me” (performed by Keala Settle) won the Golden Globe for best original song.

“The Greastest Showman,” with Jackman portraying show business pioneer P.T. Barnum, has grossed $81 million domestically in its first three weeks.

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Screen Media Acquires Sophie Turner-Starring ‘Josie’; Jon Voight’s ‘Surviving The Wild’ Lands At Sp Releasing

Screen Media Acquires Sophie Turner-Starring ‘Josie’; Jon Voight’s ‘Surviving The Wild’ Lands At Sp Releasing
Screen Media Films has nabbed North American distribution rights to director Eric England's thriller Josie, toplined by Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner, Dylan McDermott and Jack Kilmer. The film, based on the Black List script Huntsville by Anthony Ragnone, will be released day-and-date in theaters in March. It follows the tattooed, sweet-talking stranger Josie (Turner) who, upon arriving to a small, southern town, strikes up relationships with local young punk Marcus…
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Dylan McDermott and Steve Levitan on ‘La To Vegas,’ The Fate of Fox, Derbel McDillet And That Porn ‘Stache — Turn It On Podcast

Dylan McDermott and Steve Levitan on ‘La To Vegas,’ The Fate of Fox, Derbel McDillet And That Porn ‘Stache — Turn It On Podcast
After years of being mistaken for each other, Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney are finally having a laugh. McDermott plays the macho pilot Captain Dave in Fox’s “La To Vegas,” while Mulroney shows up in at least two episodes this season as a high-flying rival.

“It’s been 30 years of people confusing us,” McDermott says on the latest edition of IndieWire’s Turn It On podcast. “Obviously it culminated on the SNL sketch [2012’s “Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney?” faux game show].” In the bit, Jamie Foxx’s character is a game show contestant who comes up with another name for the two of them: Derbel McDillet — which became McDermott’s Instagram handle for a time.

McDermott noted that he and Mulroney even shared the same agent early in their careers, the legendary Sue Mengers, who told them they had to change their names. “I was going to be Mick Dermott,” he said. “That was my genius plan.
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La to Vegas: Is the Fox TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Two?

Vulture Watch Is everyone a winner? Has the La to Vegas TV show been cancelled or renewed for a second season on Fox? The television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of La to Vegas, season two. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?   What's This TV Show About? A workplace comedy airing on the Fox television network, La to Vegas stars Dylan McDermott, Kim Matula, Ed Weeks, Nathan Lee Graham, Olivia Macklin, Peter Stormare, and Amir Talai. The TV series centers on a weekly Jackpot Airlines roundtrip flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The crew and frequent fliers make the regular weekend trek to Sin City, with dreams of returning a big
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La to Vegas: Fox Orders Additional Episodes of Workplace Comedy Series

While it's not a season two renewal, it is better than a cancellation. After just one outing, Fox has ordered three more episodes of its new La to Vegas TV show. The comedy just premiered on January 2nd, and the second episode hits the airwaves, tonight. The new order brings the season one episode count up from 12 to 15. A Fox workplace sitcom, La to Vegas stars Dylan McDermott, Kim Matula, Ed Weeks, Nathan Lee Graham, Olivia Macklin, Peter Stormare, and Amir Talai. The TV series centers on a weekly Jackpot Airlines roundtrip flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The crew and frequent fliers make the regular weekend trek to Sin City, with dreams of returning as big winners. Read More…
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‘La To Vegas’ Gets Order For 3 More Episodes From Fox

Ahead of the second episode of La To Vegas, Fox has ordered three more episodes of the midseason comedy series, bringing the order total to 15. La To Vegas (1.5 adults 18-49 rating in Live+3 +38% vs. Live+same day) got to a promising start last week, ranking as Fox's highest-rated Tuesday comedy telecast in nearly a year. The seres, starring Dylan McDermott, boosted the time slot and helped the network post its most-watched Tuesday since April 2016 and highest-rated night…
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'La to Vegas' Scores Three-Episode Pickup at Fox (Exclusive)

Fox has scheduled a few extra flights for La to Vegas.

The network has picked up three additional episodes of the midseason comedy starring Dylan McDermott. That brings the first-season episode count to a total of 15.

The pickup comes after the series, which counts Modern Family's Steve Levitan among its executive producers, aired only one episode. La to Vegas launched Tuesday, Jan. 2, at 9 p.m., holding all of its Lethal Weapon lead-in and opening with a 1.1 rating among the all-important adults 18-49 demographic — on par with ABC hit Black-ish. Among total viewers, the series premiere of...
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American Horror Story season 8 to take place in the future

It looks like we’ll be getting an American Sci-Fi Story for season eight of American Horror Story, with creator Ryan Murphy revealing at the Television Critics Association Press Tour that the next season will take place in the future.

“All I’ll say about it is I want to go to the future — still topical, but the future, which I’ve never done,” said Murphy, who then ruled out space as a setting. “I pitched it to [FX chief] John Landgraf today right after his TCA panel, and he loved it, but he’s asked me not to say what it is. I told him and he fell out of his chair with joy. I think people will like it, it’s different from what we’ve done before, but I always try and do the opposite of what I’ve done on that show.”

The eighth season of
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The Setting For Season 8 of American Horror Story Is the Show's Craziest Yet

After seven seasons of FX's American Horror Story, we've grown accustomed to seeing insane things on screen thanks to Ryan Murphy. But season eight? Well, let's just say it's going to be a little crazier than usual. Since the finale of Cult, a few choice details about the next season have been released here and there. In addition to finding out that Murphy muse Sarah Paulson has locked down her role and that Murder House alum Dylan McDermott might return, there was also a clue that the eighth installment would take place in or around Montana - at the end of season seven, ex-cult member Beverly takes an Amtrak ticket to Butte, Mt. That's still just conjecture, but now we have something more concrete about the setting: not where it's taking place, but when. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Ahs creator revealed that the horror anthology series is headed to . . . the future!
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A Murder House Favorite Is Finally Coming Back to American Horror Story

The debut season of American Horror Story is a favorite of many fans for good reason. Though the show has taken many twists and turns in subsequent seasons, there's just something so mysterious and haunting about Murder House. Now, after several years, season one star Dylan McDermott might finally be coming back to the show. During a recent Q&A on Twitter, McDermott was asked when he would be make his grand return to American Horror Story. He simply replied, "In the near future." If true, this would mark McDermott's first appearance on the show since Asylum - which he was only briefly on as recurring character Johnny Morgan. In the near future... - Dylan McDermott (@DylanMcDermott) January 3, 2018 As per usual, Ryan Murphy has been pretty secretive about the upcoming eighth season of American Horror Story. The show's creator has yet to drop any major hints about the theme or cast; however,
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‘La To Vegas’: Airline Industry A Prime Punching Bag In Fox’s New Comedy – TCA

Nearing 40 years since Airplane! hit the big screen, the airline industry hasn’t run out of gas for laughs with Fox’s La to Vegas. “This is my reinvention,” Golden Globe winner and Emmy nominee Dylan McDermott said about making the jump from dark dramas like American Horror Story to the new comedy series executive produced by Adam McKay and Will Ferrell’s Gary Sanchez Productions. “I couldn’t do another drama,” said McDermott, “I had to reinvent myself.” Cracking the…
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Five Things You Should Know about “La to Vegas”

Both Dylan McDermott and Dermot Mulroney have amassed quite the Hollywood careers. Both have been immensely successful on the big screen and in television. Well, the two have decided to team up to bring a new comedy to Fox this coming fall. La to Vegas is about two friends are a looking to find their place in the world in a way that will allow them to make a difference. While the show features Dylan, Dermot has a presence as well. If you are a Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney fan, there is a good chance that you will like

Five Things You Should Know about “La to Vegas”
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La to Vegas: Season One Ratings

Following the October premiere of Ghosted, the La to Vegas TV show is the second new half-hour sitcom to debut on Fox this television season. Last year, the network introduced three new sitcoms, but only The Mick evaded cancellation. Have they chosen better, this time around? Will La to Vegas be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned. From creator Lon Zimmet, La to Vegas stars Dylan McDermott, Kim Matula, Ed Weeks, Nathan Lee Graham, Olivia Macklin, Peter Stormare, and Amir Talai. The Fox TV series centers on a weekly Jackpot Airlines roundtrip flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The workplace comedy follows the crew and frequent fliers who make the regular weekend trek to Sin City, with dreams of returning a big winner. Read More…
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Ratings: Solid ‘La to Vegas’ Premiere Hits Some Turbulence Against ‘Ellen’s Game of Games’

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Fox’s series premiere of “La to Vegas” on Tuesday flew in with a strong debut on the network’s most-watched night in over a year-and-a-half and its highest-rated night since premiere week. But the 30-minute trip didn’t board enough passengers at 9 p.m. to outperform NBC’s “Ellen’s Game of Games” or “Bull” on CBS. The solid launch of Fox’s Dylan McDermott-led comedy — which was up approximately 38 percent compared to “The Mick”s performance in the same time slot last fall — was Fox’s highest-rated Tuesday comedy telecast since last January. NBC was first in
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‘Grown-ish’ Review: This Smart and Spirited College Comedy Should Appeal to More Than Just ‘Black-ish’ Fans

‘Grown-ish’ Review: This Smart and Spirited College Comedy Should Appeal to More Than Just ‘Black-ish’ Fans
There are multiple elements of “Grown-ish” that could be outdated before Season 1 wraps. iPhone-style text bubbles pop up frequently onscreen (not to mention in the opening titles). Series star Yara Shahidi breaks the fourth wall Frank Underwood-style when she wants to speak directly to her audience. Episode 2’s title comes from a 2012 Kendrick Lamar song.

And while each of these potentially irksome aspects could bother various viewers to varying extremes, none of them threaten to overshadow the emotional authenticity of Kenya Barris’ spinoff series. Like “Black-ish” before it, “Grown-ish” has more on its mind than a good time, and through its first three episodes, the half-hour Freeform comedy explores universal fears, joys, and problems with enough style and insight to make you overlook any comparably minor squabbles.

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La to Vegas: Season One Viewer Votes

How's the turbulence during the first season of the La to Vegas TV show on Fox? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether the TV show La to Vegas is cancelled or renewed for season two. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the La to Vegas season one episodes below. A Fox workplace comedy, La to Vegas stars Dylan McDermott, Kim Matula, Ed Weeks, Nathan Lee Graham, Olivia Macklin, Peter Stormare, and Amir Talai. The TV series centers on a weekly Jackpot Airlines roundtrip flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The crew and frequent fliers make the regular weekend
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Fox's La to Vegas Premiere: Grade It!

Hey, someone‘s gotta transport Los Angeles’ strippers, tourists and hopeful/hapless gamblers to/from Sin City every weekend. And that’s the simple, highly entertaining gist of L.A. to Vegas, Fox’s new workplace comedy that premiered Tuesday.

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The ensemble series follows Jackpot Airlines, a low-cost operation that only flies between the two titular cities. We meet Ronnie (The Bold and the Beautiful‘s Kim Matula), a flight attendant desperate to move to a company that will allow her to see the world; Bernard (The Comeback‘s Nathan Lee Graham), Ronnie’s professionally content,
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‘9-1-1’ Review: Peter Krause Wrestles Snakes and Connie Britton Negs Chicken Nuggets in Very Bad Fox Drama

‘9-1-1’ Review: Peter Krause Wrestles Snakes and Connie Britton Negs Chicken Nuggets in Very Bad Fox Drama
Years from now, when “911” is just a number people dial in anger after McDonald’s stiffs them three chicken nuggets in their happy meal, someone should sit down with Golden Globe nominee Peter Krause and ask him what it was like delivering the line, “You can’t punch it in the face, Buck — it’s a snake!” After all, it’s not every day the star of “Six Feet Under” and “Parenthood” would be asked to say something so ridiculous, let alone do so with the straight face and determined demeanor of a blue-blooded American hero.

Was that the moment he knew something was amiss in Ryan Murphy’s prestigious new procedural? Did it feel as strange to act in the scene as it is to watch it unfold? Did Krause and co-star Aisha Hinds exchange a look during the shoot, telepathically communicating, “We did great things once. You gave
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