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Today is a big day for Eva Longoria! The actress announced on Twitter that she's graduating with her master's degree in Chicano studies from California State University, Northridge. She revealed to E! News earlier this month that she'd been working on her thesis up until the very last minute to ensure that she graduated on time. She shared with fans, "You're never too old or too busy to continue your education!" Fellow actresses Garcelle Beauvais and Marcia Cross sent their well-wishes to the actress turned activist via Twitter. Beauvais wrote, "Proud of you Eva." Meanwhile her former Desperate Housewives costar tweeted, "Huge »
On TV this Wednesday: Supernatural, Arrow and CSI press pause; American Idol hits its final notes and the Dunphys consider the camping life. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features, here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Related | Idology: Why Won’t Idol Let Its Finalists Be Great?
8 pm American Idol (Fox) | In the first part of Season 12′s two-night finale, Candice Glover and Kree Harrison take to the stage to battle it out one last time. (The winner will be announced Thursday night.) Also, Carly Rae Jepsen performs.
8 pm Arrow (The CW) | Season finale: As Oliver and »
- Kimberly Roots
Sony has released a new poster and theatrical trailer for White House Down, which sees director Roland Emmerich heading back to the White House seventeen years after blowing it up in Independence Day this year's second Presidential action thriller after Antoine Fuqua's Olympus Has Fallen.
This one sees Channing Tatum (21 Jump Street, Magic Mike) as a policeman - and rejected Secret Service agent - who has to rescue Jamie Foxx's (Django Unchained, The Amazing Spider-Man 2) President of the United States from a paramilitary group led by Jason Clarke (The Great Gatsby, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), all the while protecting his young daughter, played by Joey King (The Dark Knight Rises, Oz the Great and Powerful).
Rival White House actioner Olympus Has Fallen hasenjoyed a decent run at the box office, pulling in close to $130 million worldwide from a $70 million budget. Of course, that kind »
- Flickering Myth
Sony has revealed a second trailer for Roland Emmerich's White House Down, the second movie to center on a White House siege this year on the heels of Olympus Has Fallen. Emmerich, however, has stacked the deck with stars bigger than the likes of Gerard Butler and Aaron Eckhart with Channing Tatum (Magic Mike) and Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained). Here's the plot: Capitol Policeman John Cale (Channing Tatum) has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx). Not wanting to let down his little girl with the news, he takes her on a tour of the White House, when the complex is overtaken by a heavily armed paramilitary group. Now, with the nation's government falling into chaos and time running out, it's up to Cale to save the president, his daughter, and the country. Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Woods, Jason Clarke, »
- Brad Brevet
Lang will play the dual role of a French Colonel in 1860s China, and the mysterious chauffeur of an American architect in modern-day Beijing. [Source: Deadline]
South Korean actress Bae Doona ("Cloud Atlas") has joined the cast of the Wachowskis' sci-fi epic "Jupiter Ascending". Doona's role is said to be "very small" in the project, which began shooting this week in the UK.
Steinfeld will play a 16-year-old international »
- Garth Franklin
Garcelle Beauvais is attached to star in Ghanaian filmmaker Leila Djansi's follow-up to last year's Ties That Bind, which starred Kimberly Elise. Titled And Then There Was You, the drama will see Ms Beauvais play a woman adjusting to a new life after after her husband leaves, when she falls for a new man, but eventually discovers secrets of his that might signal trouble ahead for their blossoming relationship. Rounding out the starring cast are Lynn Whitfield, Greg Vaughan, Leon Robinson, Kate Nauta and Trilby Glover. Suzanne Patrick, Ryan Daly and Tim Taylor are producing the Turning Point Pictures production in »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Garcelle Beauvais has signed on to star in And Then There Was You, an indie drama being directed by Leila Djansi. Beauvais stars as a teacher who has to pick up the pieces of her life after her husband leaves. When she falls for a new man, she discovers he, too, has possible relationship-ending secrets. Djansi wrote the script. Suzanne Patrick, Ryan Daly and Tim Taylor are producing. Dave Harper is executive producing. Also in the movie are Lynn Whitfield, Greg Vaughan, Leon Robinson, Kate Nauta and Trilby Glover. Shooting is due to start in May in Los Angeles.
- Borys Kit
Last Resort/No Ordinary Family alum Reeser is set to guest-star in a Season 3 installment of the USA Network drama as a rival of fellow newcomer John Stamos‘ top-tier sports/entertainment agent. Described as a high-powered partner at a new agency, Reeser’s power chick is determined to sign Tk (Mehcad Brooks), no matter the cost.
Beauvais, meanwhile, has been recruited to guest-star as Lana Langer, the outrageous mother of a star »
- Megan Masters
Channing Tatum is running across the damaged roof of the White House as fast as he can. He's desperately trying to stop Jason Clarke's character from firing a rocket launcher. As he races past debris and rubble scattered all over the ground, he reaches his goal at the lack possible second, tackling Clark and preventing him from firing the weapon. But as soon as he does, an epic brawl starts, pitting the two leads of Roland Emmerich's White House Down in a battle high above the ground. After some punches, I hear someone call cut. Let me back up a second. Last year, when White House Down was filming in Montreal, Sony invited a few reporters to visit the set to talk to the cast and filmmakers. While I've always been a fan of Emmerich's summer blockbusters (Independence Day, 2012), this was my first time getting to see him work up close. »
- Steve 'Frosty' Weintraub
Jerry Lamothe's latest work is shaping up quite nicely thus far, in terms of talent both in front of and behind the camera. We're big fans of Eric Ebouaney and Nonso Anozie, who might be joining an impressive cast that already includes S. Epatha Merkerson, Jamie Hector, Garcelle Beauvais, Edwidge Danticat, Jimmy-jean-Louis, and others. And also Mona Scott Young is now attached as executive producer, which she'll be doing via her Monami Entertainment banner. The full details via press release below: Casting News/Mona Scott-young To Executive Produce Jerry Lamothe’S The Promise Keeper Major talent, in front and behind the camera, continue to sign on to the »
- Tambay A. Obenson
It's like the summer of 1998 all over again, only instead of world-ending asteroids and comets we have dueling White House action thrillers, with Training Day director Antoine Fuqua's Gerard Butler (One Man Army) / Aaron Eckhart (Potus) combo Olympus Has Fallen going up against Independence Day helmer Roland Emmerich's Channing Tatum (One Man Army) / Jamie Foxx (Potus) double-act in White House Down. We've already has a glimpse at Olympus Has Fallen when its trailer landed back in January, and now we have a chance to check out the competition, with Columbia Pictures unveiling three posters for White House Down in the build up to the arrival of the official trailer, which has now arrived online. Check it out right here...
- Flickering Myth
Well, damn! You saw the first poster this morning; now here's the first trailer for Roland Emmerich's thriller White House Down, which stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum. In the film, Tatum stars as a Secret Service agent who tries to save the president when the White House is attacked. Jamie Foxx plays the President of the USA. Garcelle Beauvais, who co-starred with Jamie Foxx on his hit TV sitcom in the late 1990s (The Jamie Foxx Show), reunites with him here, playing his wife, the First Lady. Lance Reddick, Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Woods, Richard Jenkins and Joey King round out the cast »
- Tambay A. Obenson
The first White House Down trailer is finally here along with a slightly larger version of the poster for the film I featured last night. As we already know, the film is directed by Roland Emmerich (2012) and finds Channing Tatum playing Capitol Policeman John Cale who has just been denied his dream job with the Secret Service of protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx). Not wanting to let down his little girl with the news, he takes her on a tour of the White House, when the complex is overtaken by a heavily armed paramilitary group. With the nation's government falling into chaos and time running out, it's up to Cale to save the president, his daughter and the country. Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Woods, Jason Clarke, Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, Rachelle Lefevre, Joey King and Richard Jenkins co-star. White House Down is set to hit theaters on June 28, check out the trailer »
- Brad Brevet
A first trailer is expected to debut sometime this week; in the meantime, here's the first poster for Roland Emmerich's thriller White House Down, which stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum. In the film, Tatum stars as a Secret Service agent who tries to save the president when the White House is attacked. Jamie Foxx plays the President of the USA. Garcelle Beauvais, who co-starred with Jamie Foxx on his hit TV sitcome in the late 1990s (The Jamie Foxx Show), reunites with him here, playing his wife, the First Lady. Lance Reddick, Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Woods, Richard Jenkins and Joey King round »
- Tambay A. Obenson
This past weekend saw the release of Antoine Fuqua’s White House actioner Olympus Has Fallen, but we still have another similarly-premised action film coming our way later this year. Columbia Pictures has released the first teaser poster for director Roland Emmerich’s White House Down, and it’s actually fairly benign. The film stars Channing Tatum as a secret service agent who protects the President (Jamie Foxx) when the White House comes under attack. The poster appears to be showing audiences the calm before the storm, as we get a look at the Washington Monument (which decimated in Olympus Has Fallen) surrounded by a barrage of tourists. We recently addressed the issue of post-9/11 terrorism in movies as it relates to Olympus Has Fallen on the latest episode of our podcast The Collision, and I’m very interested to see what kind of tone Emmerich strikes with White House Down. »
- Adam Chitwood
It only costs $25,000 to keep time like the Black Mamba. Kobe Bryant was announced as the new ambassador of Swiss luxury watch brand, Hublot, at the London Hotel in West Hollywood Wednesday night, where the Lakers star's limited edition "King Power Black Mamba" timepiece was unveiled. Still recovering from his ankle injury, the basketball champ kept score in a charity shoot-off with two children from After-School All Stars Los Angeles and raised $30,000 for the Bryant Family Foundation. "When the little girl kept missing shots, Kobe lifted her up towards the basket so she could shoot the ball in," an onlooker tells People. »
Celebrities across the board are wearing their hair to the side. Some are sweeping their locks into soft waves across one shoulder. Others are creating a side braid. And recently, celebrities are doing the side ponytail. Jennifer Morrison brought an '80s spin to her suit at the Paley Center with a messy side ponytail. To achieve this look, use a teasing comb to add height to your hair before tying it to the side. For a sleeker style, take note of Garcelle Beauvais, who parted her hair down the middle then brought her ponytail to one side at a Fred Leighton cocktail party. For a more edgy take, try Alyssa Milano's style. Create a half updo, then tie the remaining hair to your side. This is »
It’s that time again Psych-Os. The seventh season of Psych kicks off tonight with the conclusion of last season’s cliffhanger. If there was any doubt about where we were headed last season, yes, Henry is in a very bad way, and the result leads to a very new perspective for Shawn.
While a lot of shows on cable networks, even some of the best, seem to struggle if they make past a handful of seasons, Psych is still going strong. Not simply, “as funny as ever,” but actually continuing to develop and grow, it’s pushing itself to new heights. The continuation of “Santa BarbaraTown” (or however they expect that to be written) is just the beginning. The season will also feature a 100th-episode spectacular that includes a reunion of some of the cast of Clue, and we will be seeing “Psych: The Musical.”
Also, don »
- Marc Eastman
It is finally upon us.
The Psych Season 7 premiere airs tonight on USA and, in anticipation of this long-anticipated event, star Dule Hill and creator Steve Franks jumped on a conference call with reports last week to preview new episodes and new romances.
With Gus entertaining the advances of two women this spring - played by Parminda Nagra and Garcelle Beauvais - Hill joked that his character is "the perfect boyfriend," adding:
"He’s had a lot of time to think about it, a lot of time to do different charts and do different research about what qualities women look for in a boyfriend and made sure that he has is list and he’s checked it twice. So he’s ready to take the plunge."
And how might that plunge-taking affect Gus' relationship with Shawn?
"When you change any dynamic in a relationship there’s going to be some kind of re-shifting. »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
In HuffPost TV's exclusive clip from "Santabarbaratown 2," the Season 7 premiere of the USA seres, Shawn visits his father Henry in the hospital. Juliet (Maggie Lawson) is by Shawn's side, but it's still a tough moment. Juliet has advice for Shawn, but will the fake detective follow it?
There are no guest stars in this clip, but as "Psych" Season 7 rolls on, the pop-culture-obsessed USA show will receive visits from Garcelle Beauvais, Jeffrey Tambor and WWE’s Big Show, and Parminder Nagra will play a possible love interest for Gus. That's not all: Cybill Shepherd and Kristy Swanson will return to "Pysch" in Season 7, and the show will air a two-hour musical as well.
"Psych" Season 7 premiere on Wednesday, February 27 at 10 p. »
- The Huffington Post
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