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With shooting starting this summer in Utah, Gorham is making his directorial debut with “Sally” and will play an author who is ashamed to have secretly written the “Siren” series of young adult romance novels that chronicle the love story between a young woman and a merman. The novels have been written under the pen name, Sally Carmichael.
Roche, best known for “The Originals” and “The Man in the High Castle,” has been cast as an international movie star who develops an obsession with the author that threatens to unravel his carefully crafted life of anonymity.
McBrayer is joining “Sally” as the author’s kind, »
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The five-time Emmy-winning Breaking Bad vet will executive-produce and appear in some episodes of the sci-fi anthology Electric Dreams: The World of Philip K. Dick, Deadline reports. Ronald D. Moore (Outlander) and Michael Dinner (Masters of Sex) are writing the 10-part drama.
Josh Greenberg will have plenty more chances to get his love life in order.
Fxx has renewed its comedy series Man Seeking Woman for a third season, the network announced Tuesday.
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Antonia Bogdanovich's feature debut Phantom Halo can never quite figure out which direction to head in. Part family drama, part crime thriller, these two ideas are not necessarily antithetical, and each in and of themselves is not necessarily bad (though each is more than a little cliched). But finding a balance of tone and a steady rhythm is difficult in a film that can't make up its mind, despite efforts on the part of the actors. Samuel (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) and his older brother Beckett (Luke Kleintank) live on the brink of poverty with their drunk gambling-addicted father Warren (Sebastian Roche). Samuel performs monologues from Shakespeare in the street, while Beckett pickpockets onlookers. But they need more cash, fast, or risk serious harm from a local...
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Chicago – It’s the closing day (Sunday, March 20th) of the 2016 Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo – also known as C2E2 – and what better way to celebrate the weekend than a Exclusive Portrait Slideshow of the celebrity attendees of the 2015 edition of the event. Actor Matt Dillon, Director M. Night Shyamalan and Hayley Atwell (TV’s “Agent Carter”) of the Marvel Universe were among the celebrity highlights.
Photographer Joe Arce of HollywoodChicago.com was at the 2015 C2E2, and will be delivering yet another set of portraits from this weekend’s comic and entertainment geek gathering. Click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos are © Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago.com.
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The final installment of the series — which stars Mark Feuerstein, Paulo Costanzo, Reshma Shetty, Brooke D’Orsay, Ben Shenkman and Campbell Scott — will include a musical episode and a sojourn to Hong Kong. The Hamptons-set series will also celebrate its 100th episode midway through the season.
“Under the direction of talented showrunners Michael Rauch and Andrew Lenchewski, our entire ensemble cast led by Mark Feuerstein, and amazing crew, ‘Royal Pains’ took viewers on a remarkable, unforgettable journey for eight wonderful seasons,” said Chris McCumber, NBCUniversal president of entertainment networks. “While summer in the Hamptons may never be the same, this last season promises to be an epic ride.”
- Marianne Zumberge
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