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Ever since his breakout role in 2004's Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Joel David Moore has been entertaining audience with his diverse array of talents that span several genres, from comedy (Grandma's Boy) to horror (Hatchet) to serious dramas (Beyond a Reasonable Doubt) to the biggest movie of all time (Avatar). He has even gone behind the camera to bring us the phenomenal indie Spiral, which he co-directed with Adam Green and he currently stars on the ABC drama series Forever. The actor goes back to his indie horror roots with the thriller Grace: The Possession, currently available on DVD and Digital HD, where he plays Luke, a young priest who helps the title character (Alexia Fast) with her "demons," literally.
• Megan Fox will take the female lead in Zeroville, starring opposite James Franco, who is also directing. Adapted from the novel by Steve Erickson, the story follows a film-obsessed man (Franco) who arrives in Hollywood in 1969, hoping to break in to the business just as the industry is at a major turning point. Fox will play a Hollywood starlet with an uneasy past who becomes the romantic interest and obsession of Franco’s character. Seth Rogen, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Will Ferrell, Jacki Weaver, and Horatio Sanz also star. Vince Jolivette of Rabbit Bandini is producing along with Caroline Aragon, »
- C. Molly Smith
• Meg Ryan and Kara Hayward are joining Kiernan Shipka in Fan Girl. The film follows a 15-year-old post-Millennial teenager who combines her passions—making movies and idolizing her favorite band—in a final film project. Paul Jarrett is making his directorial debut with the semi-autobiographical film. Gina O'Brien wrote the script. The film also stars Scott Adsit, Joshua Boone, and Bill Sage. All Time Low will lend their music to the soundtrack and will appear as themselves. Jarrett, Nick Huston, and Adam Spielberg in association with Rosetta Films, Filament Productions and Literally Films are producing. O'Brien and Jonathan Gray are executive producing. »
- C. Molly Smith
Exclusive: Reverse gay-bullying drama Love Is All You Need? has bolstered its cast as filming continues in La. Suburgatory‘s Jeremy Sisto, Ugly Betty‘s Ana Ortiz, Deception‘s Katherine La Nasa, Trophy Wife‘s Jenica Bergere, and Drumline‘s Leonard Roberts have joined Briana Evigan, Emily Osment, and Kyla Kennedy in the film set in a world where being gay is the norm and heterosexual persons are bullied. Director Kim Rocco Shields has also tapped Pretty Little Liars‘ Tyler Blackburn for a lead role playing Ryan, the journalist who strikes up a forbidden romance with Evigan’s star quarterback. The feature is based on the provocative short film of the same name that scored over 45 million hits on YouTube. Blackburn, Ortiz, and Sisto are repped by The Gersh Agency. La Nasa is repped by Paradigm. Bergere is repped by Innovative. Roberts is repped by Michael Greene.
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- Jen Yamato
Ant-Man, Urge, a Boston Bombing movie, and other films have all made recent film casting, screenwriting, and director news. These films come from movie studios primarily based in the United States. The castings, screenwriters, and directors are subject to change. Urge Danny Masterson has joined Pierce Brosnan in the thriller [...]
Continue reading: Film Casting: Ant-man, Urge, Casey Affleck in Boston Bombing Movie »
- Rollo Tomasi
• Oscar nominee Casey Affleck will return to his native Massachusetts to star in and produce a film based on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. The script written by Eric Johnson and Paul Tamasy (The Fighter) is based on the book "Boston Strong" by Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge and chronicles the massive manhunt to find the two men believed responsible for the bombings and the city's response to the horrific events. [Variety] • Steve Carell will continue his trend of taking on less comedic roles in an untitled thriller from director Gore Verbinski (The Lone Ranger). The film will be the third straight »
- Jake Perlman
With a deadly designer drug at the centre of upcoming thriller, Urge, there’s a steady stream of talent coming aboard who may succumb to its effects. The latest addition to the cast is That ’70s Show star Danny Masterson.
The movie will revolve around a group of friends who jet off for an island adventure. Upon their arrival, they meet a drug designer who lures them into sampling his latest product. The twist here is that the side-effect (or the main effect, however you choose to look at it) of the pill causes people to lose their ability to control their urges. A bit like most drugs, then. Still, with Pierce Brosnan attached as the dodgy drug creator, here’s hoping we’ll get a brilliantly hammy villain who spews crazed soliloquys. Leading the group of friends into their doomed and/or enlightened druggy experience is Twilight‘s Ashley Greene. »
- Gem Seddon
Exclusive: Danny Masterson has joined Pierce Brosnan in the thriller feature Urge as cameras get set to roll this month in New York. Producer Aaron Kaufman (Machete Kills, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, Chef) is making his directorial debut with the film, about a group of friends on holiday on an island who get caught up in a dangerous new designer drug that makes them lose their ability to control their urges. Masterson will play Neal, the cutthroat but secretly lonely hedge fund tycoon who treats his friends to the island getaway. The That ’70s Show alum, who most recently starred on TBS’s comedy series Men At Work, is also producing Urge alongside Skip Williamson (Underworld) and Mark Neveldine (Crank) who are producing through their Blackmrkt Incorporated banner. Bridgeworks Media Capital, Tci and Tresoro Ventures are backing the project, with Tim Smith, Alastair Burlingham, Lee Vandermolen, Yoram Barzilai, »
- Jen Yamato
Publisher: Drumfish Productions
Writer: Rich Bernatovech
Artist: Jamie Fay
Neverminds is the first in a series focusing on an all-female superhero team. The team is introduced as they begin a rescue mission. Their covert op is interrupted by a mysterious and powerful villain who has been lying in wait. The stranger fights the team to a stand-still before fleeing into the night, allowing the ladies to finish their mission. The story is well plotted, including a nice twist ending, which makes up for the overall lackluster dialogue. Jamie Fay shows his stuff as an artist, though. The colors are vibrant, the characters are distinct and well drawn, and the book has an overall professional feel to it.
Publisher: Dark Horse
Writer: Bryan Glass
Artist: Victor Santos
Technically, Dark Horse is a major company, and should not be involved in this list. However, I have previously reviewed »
- Cory Weddell
Ross Mathews’ eponymous late-night talk show on E! will not return for a third season, TheWrap reports.
Although the future of Hello Ross became uncertain after Chelsea Handler’s departure from the network, the cancellation is largely due to Mathews’ newest gig. In September, he will join correspondents Maria Menounos and Jason Kennedy on the primetime roundtable series Live From E!, which originated on digital platforms.
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Miss The Wonder Years? Us too! Happily, former cast member Danica McKellar shared this reunion photo on Instagram of the castmates back together, and everyone, like Fred Savage, Josh Saviano, and Jason Hervey, looks so cute. They're not the only '90s castmates who have resurfaced recently. Nostalgia for the '90s is all the rage, and former costars from our favorite TV series and movies have been getting back together and showing us pictures of their reunions. It's so fun seeing how everyone looks a couple of decades later - and seeing which cast members are still friends. Check out the pictures below to see the best recent reunions of casts from shows and movies like Home Improvement and The Sandlot. Source: Instagram user danicamckellar That '70s Show Topher Grace tweeted this cute reunion picture of Danny Masterson, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon, and Wilmer Valderrama. Source: Twitter »
- Shannon Vestal
Social media is a powerful thing. Especially when it becomes a tool for actors from classic TV shows to have mini-reunions and post them for all the world to see.
The cast of "The Wonder Years" got together to shoot extras for their show's upcoming DVD release and -- lucky for us -- decided to snap some glorious group shots while they were at it.
But they're not the only cast who have reconvened for twittersphere.
- Alana Altmann
TBS has canceled workplace comedy “Men at Work” after three seasons. Though the series drew 2.6 million viewers when it premiered in 2012, its final season finale had less than a million tuned in. Heading into upfronts — TBS will unveil its 2014-2015 lineup to advertisers Wednesday as part of Turner’s presentation — the network also renewed “Cougar Town” for a sixth and final season.
TBS’ new pickups include “Angie Tribeca,” starring Rashida Jones and produced by Steve Carell; “Buzzy’s,” from David Kohan and Max Mutchnick; and “Your Family Or Mine,” starring Kyle Howard, Kat Foster and Richard Dreyfuss. The cabler has also acquired “American Dad” from Fox for an 11th season.
“Men at Work” was created by Breckin Meyer (who headlines TNT’s “Franklin & Bash” alongside Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and starred Danny Masterson, Adam Busch, James Lesure and Michael Cassidy, produced by Sony Pictures TV and Fanfare.
- Laura Prudom
Episodes: 30 (half-hour)
TV show dates: May 24, 2012 -- March 12, 2014
Series status: Cancelled
TV show description:
This buddy comedy follows the misadventures of four very different young men who work together at Full Steam Magazine. Together, the quartet serve as each other's wingmen as they help each other navigate work, friendship, and women.
Milo (Danny Masterson) is an attractive and funny guy who has a little bit a Peter Pan complex. After his fed-up girlfriend dumps him, Milo is heartbroken and his friends become determined to help him get back in the game.
Gibbs (James Lesure) is a handsome ladies man who is an expert at seducing women. He's a photographer for the »
The guys at the Full Steam magazine have been laid off. TBS has cancelled the Men at Work sitcom after three seasons.
Men at Work revolves around a group of four adult male friends who work together and help one other navigate through the pitfalls of relationships. The cast includes Adam Busch, Danny Masterson, James Lesure, Michael Cassidy, and Meredith Hagner.
The sitcom performed well for TBS when it debuted in 2012 but the ratings dropped over the course of the three seasons. The season (now series) finale, which aired in March, drew less than a million viewers.
Masterson broke the news via Twitter, writing, "Hey everyone great news!! @tbsveryfunny has decided to cancel @MenatWorkTBS. I guess we were too funny? Or maybe not funny enough. Kisses."
What do you think? Did you enjoy Men at Work on »
Several sources told Us magazine that the 36-year-old actor, who'll soon be in a family of three, is really excited to be a father and has already been lining up play dates with the couple's friend 'That 70s Show' co-star Danny Masterson's 2-month-old daughter.
The baby will be the first child for both Kutcher and 30-year-old actress, and an insider added that Kunis is absolutely loving being pregnant. (Ani) »
- Smith Cox
Aw! While attending the Neon Carnival party at Coachella over the weekend, Kellan Lutz and pal Danny Masterson got their bromance on with some hand-holding. The two actors were photographed walking around the bash hand-in-hand and surrounded by friends. Lutz was all smiles while wearing black pants, a red shirt and a dark denim jacket with a fedora hat on. Masterson sported a similar fedora hat paired with green pants, a blue button-down shirt and a denim jacket. While at the carnival, the besties and their group enjoyed some carnival rides late into the night. On Saturday, Lutz tweeted a photo of himself, Masterson and their group loading into their cars to take off for Coachella. "On our way »
Happy birthday, Danny Masterson!
The "That '70s Show" star turns 38 on Thursday (March 13), and he first stole our hearts (and our stash) as the bad-boy-with-a-heart Steven Hyde. Now the father of one continues to bring the laughs on TBS' "Men at Work."
But there's really no better way to celebrate Masterson's big day than with Hyde's best moments on the cult classic comedy. So dim the lights, gather your friends in an "incense" circle and let's get this thing going, man ...
First off, let's let Hyde describe himself:
He's not lying, he really loves "incense" circles ...
Especially when shared with friends:
Because when he starts laughing:
He just can't stop:
And nothing can hold back his munchies:
He's also come up with some of his best ideas while in an "incense" circle:
And not all of them were conspiracy theories, either. Remember his water car idea? Instead of gas, you put water in the tank, »
"Men at Work" wrapped up its third season with a two-part, hour-long finale on Wednesday (March 12) and with it came many changes.
Tyler (Michael Cassidy) and Jude entered into a secret relationship, Neal (Adam Busch) found himself a new apartment, hurting Gibbs (James Lesure) along the way, and Milo (Danny Masterson) continued to feel left out -- wait, is this still a comedy?
Well, with the hour-long hilarity out of the way and Season 3 wrapped, the question stands: Does the show deserve a Season 4? Are their more hijinks left to be mined from this funny foursome? Or is it time for "Men at Work" to retire?
Make your voice heard in our poll below and sound off further in the comments!
Should TBS renew "Men at Work" for Season 4? »
It's a girl for "Men at Work" star Danny Masterson and his wife of over two years, actress Bijou Phillips. Masterson shared the news on Instagram with just about the most adorable daddy-and-daughter picture you can possibly imagine.
"Hello friends.Beyond thrilled to announce The birth of our daughter Fianna Francis Masterson," he writes. "Mom and baby are doing amazing. You can all refer to me as dj dadpants from now on."
Phillips posted a photo of her own to Instagram, along with the baby's measurements. She writes, "Fianna Francis Masterson, 2/14/14 8Lbs, 5Oz, 21in, she is a perfect valentine!"
Take a look at the photos below.
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