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Image Entertainment has picked up Evidence and has wasted no time in giving it a release date. Its newest film is now coming on VOD this Friday June 21st, and is coming to theaters on July 19th. The film stars True Blood’s Stephen Moyer and Silent Hill’s Radha Mitchell, and is a thriller that should be of interest.
Update: We have a bunch of images from the production, as well as a poster for the movie, from Image Entertainment.
Check out the press release:
Los Angeles (June 18, 2013) – Image Entertainment, an Rlj Entertainment (Nasdaq: Rlje) brand, has officially slated Evidence from Director Olatunde Osunsanmi (The Fourth Kind). The film stars Stephen Moyer (HBO’s “True Blood,” Strange Love), Radha Mitchell (Silent Hill, Man on Fire), Torrey Devitto (CW’s “The Vampire Diaries”), Caitlin Stasey (I, Frankenstein) and Dale Dickey (HBO’s “True Blood”) and written by John Swetnam. Evidence »
- Andy Greene
Watch out, Shape Shifters!
And it's mostly due to the presence of the ruthless Louisiana Governor (played by guest Arliss Howard), who has strong methods of taking care of all non-humans... and the fight is going to be a good one.
Will Sam find love in the midst of fighting? Who will he butt heads with these season? I asked the actor all these questions and more in our exclusive Q&A...
TV Fanatic: You’re six seasons in as Sam Merlotte. Are you still finding out new things about him after all this time?
- email@example.com (Jim Halterman)
Another year, another awards show. I hope you tuned in to the Critics’ Choice Television Awards, because it was a pretty fantastic event. Again, not all of my votes ended up for the winners, and a few of them seem a little questionable to me, but that’s the nature of the beast.
I’m curious where you fit in though. Did the right shows win? Were the right shows even nominated? There were some surprises, like Orphan Black taking home a prize, and there were some obvious choices as well. How’s the mix work for you? By the way, the surprise is only by way of it being a small show with a sci-fi angle, not because it didn’t deserve the win. I mean, that’s a different question…
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (Btja) tonight announced the winners of the 3rd annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards. »
- Marc Eastman
Malin Akerman showed off her post-baby body at the 2013 Critics' Choice TV Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 10.
The new mom, 35, who welcomed her first child, son Sebastian, in April, flaunted her post-pregnancy curves in a flapper-style dress while promoting her new ABC show "Trophy Wife," which premieres this fall.
As for how she's getting back into shape, Akerman admits it's not an easy road.
"You haven't seen the cellulite on my a** and my stomach. Oh I'm telling you!" she joked to Us Weekly. "But it's nice to cover it up with some clothes."
But despite the cellulite, Akerman is adjusting well to motherhood and is basking in every moment with her newborn son.
"I don't think I've turned on the television once -- you're just watching this baby while he sleeps and eats and it's super exciting," Akerman gushed to Us. "He's just this beautiful person. This love. »
- Leigh Blickley
This year, the fall television schedule is a decidedly crazy beast. I know, that doesn’t seem like the sort of thing that separates any year from any other, but television is in the midst of dizzying spins of theory, and comparisons to previous years show some serious changes.
Most striking is probably the extent to which the big networks are content to leave each other alone. Also noticeable is the unspoken admission that perhaps DVRs exist, and the schedule doesn’t really need to worry quite as much about who is watching what at the exact moment it airs. We’re still pretending to a degree, but there are hints.
At the moment, you’ve only got a quick look, but we will be constantly updating this page as any changes occur, and as the new shows are available for review (sure, we’ve seen them, but we aren’t supposed to “review” them… »
- Marc Eastman
The third annual Critics' Choice Television Awards presented by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association were held at the Beverly Hilton in La on Monday night to honor small-screen achievements. A whole host of stars and series were up for awards, and the big winners of the night included Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones - which tied for best drama - and presenter Kaley Cuoco's Big Bang Theory. The show won for best comedy, and Kaley also picked up best supporting actress in a comedy for her role on the CBS hit. Veep's Julia Louis-Dreyfus took home the top spot over Amy Poehler, Lena Dunham, Zooey Deschanel, and others in the best actress in a comedy category. Elisabeth Moss was nominated for Mad Men and won a statuette for her work in the miniseries Top of the Lake. Diane Kruger was on hand in a Nina Ricci dress, »
- Lauren Turner
No one gives world-weary like John Cusack. He wears his ennui with as much panache as his Ramones tees and those fabulous coats. Projects in search of an artist of a certain age – who can shoulder a burden of despair with a wry grin – need look no further than the tip of his quiff for their man.
Emerson Kent is the quintessential Cusack role – conflicted, tormented and ever so slightly beautiful. The field agent has been semi-retired by the agency after developing a conscience during an operation clean up. Too cool for Ptsd he instead lets the incident eat him up inside and wearily accepts an assignment in the English countryside babysitting a codebreaker as she sends encrypted shortwave transmissions out into the world. The new assignment is a conspicuous bone tossed at Emerson by his bemused boss (Liam Cunningham), intended to keep him on the payroll but limiting any »
- Emily Breen
When a thriller primarily revolves around two characters in a confined space fighting for their lives, special care needs to be taken to give the audience background on who they are if the stakes on whether they survive are to have any impact at all. Kasper Barfoed's The Numbers Station only manages to make us care about one half of its two-protagonist plot, and consequently what could have been a riveting and involving character study of trauma bringing two otherwise distant people together just ends up being a predictable distraction that's never too involving. John Cusack gives one of his better understated performances in years, but Malin Akerman is largely underserved with an almost complete lack of character development by a script that instead makes her more of a plot device than an actual human being.
- Lex Walker
We've seen the pilots of ABC's new shows, and while they're not for review (things often change drastically before the shows are set to premiere), we do want to share our first reactions to what's coming in the fall and midseason.
This quick guide is designed to get you excited for some new shows ... and to warn you to curb your enthusiasm for others. Just keep in mind that we'll have full reviews of the final pilots closer to airdate. For now, here are our snap judgments of ABC's new shows for the 2013-2014 TV season.
See ABC's Full Fall Schedule Here
There are eight new scripted shows coming to ABC that were ready to preview, and all of them left us with questions. Will funny lady Rebel Wilson charm on a sitcom? Can a show about a trophy wife manage to be endearing? And is a drama about life »
- The Huffington Post
Will NCIS fill in the blanks? Will a White Collar romance heat back up? Are things getting “Harry” on Psych? Which Monday Mornings doc copped a role on Rizzoli & Isles? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Related | Your Complete Fall TV Grid: What’s on When? And Versus What?
I know Gary Glasberg has mentioned we will see the events that led up to the cliffhanger with Gibbs in the NCIS finale. But will we also get to see what McGee, Tony and Ziva have been doing in their four-month absence? I’m eager »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association has announced the most exciting new series of 2013-14 and also the recipient of the 2013 Television Icon Award.
The six most exciting new series include Showtime's "Ray Donovan" and "Masters of Sex," FX's "The Bridge," CBS' "Under the Dome," ABC's "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." and NBC's "The Michael J. Fox Show."
In addition, legendary actor/comedian Bob Newhart will receive the Television Icon Award at the 3rd annual Critics' Choice Television Awards, taking place Monday, June 10 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The awards are going to be hosted by "Parks and Recreation's" Retta. Celebrity presenters include Malin Akerman, Angela Bassett, Hugh Dancy, Allison Janney, Elisabeth Moss, Adam Pally, Aubrey Plaza, Jimmy Smits, Eric Stonestreet and Sam Trammell. »
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Now that is seems that Lost Girl is handing out fantastic guest star casting news like candy, it’s time to get greedy big. Sure, the news last week that Bomb Girls star Ali Liebert, The L Word/Defiance star Mia Kirshner and needs-no-introduction George Takei would appear in Season 4 of the hit Showcase/Syfy show seemed almost too exciting to bear. But you mustn’t be afraid to dream a little bigger, darling.
Lost Girl Executive Producer Emily Andras called the casting news a “LGBTnerdsplsion,” which sounds just about right. But things can always get even better. So let’s make a wish list for the rest of the season. As long as Lost Girl is looking to bring in an all-star cast of actresses who have played gay to guest star, we’re happy to help.
- dorothy snarker
Showtime was the only network to land two shows on 3rd annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards‘ list of The Most Exciting New Series. Both of Showtime’s upcoming series, dramas Ray Donovan and Masters Of Sex, made the cut, along with CBS’ summer series Under The Dome, which was developed at Showtime before moving to sibling CBS. FX’s The Bridge also was honored, as well as two fall broadcast series ABC’s drama Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and NBC comedy The Michael J. Fox Show. The most excited new series are voted based on pilots and early episodes, if available. Additionally, Bob Newhart was announced as the recipient of the 2013 Critics’ Choice Television Icon Award at the ceremony, slated for June 10, 2013 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. It will be webcast live at 8pm Pt on UStream. Celebrity presenters include Malin Akerman, Angela Bassett, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Kasper Barfoed’s The Numbers Station is John Cusack’s latest failed attempt at becoming an action star. The film’s main plot is a complicated mess, while the underlying character work proves to be semi-interesting thanks to Cusack and co-star Malin Akerman. Still, The Numbers Station rarely stretches past straight-to-dvd material due to its obvious budgetary restraints and inability to deliver a character arc that we haven’t seen done a million times before. Cusack tries and tries, but ultimately nothing adds up as the film slips into mediocrity.
Emerson (John Cusack) is a former black ops soldier turned glorified security guard for a top secret numbers base. His coworker Katherine (Malin Akerman) is in charge of sending a secret batch of coded numbers to various agents in the field and it’s Emerson’s job to make sure that the codes get sent and that the base is protected at all times. »
- Jeremy Lebens
The sexiest man alive is now the sexiest dad alive! Channing and his gorgeous wife Jenna are now proud parents. Congrats to the happy couple!
The first-time parents shared the news of their child to Us Weekly on June 2.
The baby, whose name and gender has not yet been announced, is the first child for the couple, who tied the knot in 2009, after meeting on the set of the 2006 film Step Up.
Jenna told Glamour magazine in April that until the new baby arrives, she really wouldn’t know what kind of parents her and Channing would be:
Who knows what kind of parents we’ll be? We have two dogs, so we’ve had some practice! »
- Andrew Gruttadaro
"Suburgatory" will look very different when it returns for Season 3, with Deadline reporting that regulars Alan Tudyk and Rex Lee have not had their contracts renewed for next season. We hear that there is a possibility that the two could return as guest stars.
The comedy's renewal was reportedly a last-minute decision for ABC and came with a reduction in the license fee, which means the producers have to find ways to cut costs -- which, for an ensemble comedy, sadly means trimming the cast.
According to Deadline, there may be further cuts or demotions from regular to recurring status ahead; stars Jane Levy, Jeremy Sisto, Cheryl Hines, Carly Chaikin, Ana Gasteyer and Allie Grant are the show's remaining regulars.
Both actors have been with the comedy since the pilot, with Tudyk playing Noah Werner, the extravagant best friend of Sisto's character George, while Lee portrayed high school guidance counsellor Mr. »
- Laura Prudom
Malin Akerman is the proud new owner of shiny gold ring -- but it comes with an expiration date. The 35-year-old actress, who welcomed her first child, son Sebastian, with husband Roberto Zincone on April 16, will only be able to wear her new piece of jewelry while her baby boy is still young. "Got this kick ass ring today at Jacquie Aiche," she tweeted on May 24 of the jeweler. "Gonna have to take it off when my son starts to read. Responsible. Mother." In the picture, [...] »
XLrator Media has acquired all U.S. distribution rights to the film Cbgb, a rock 'n roll true story of the legendary New York City club that launched dozens of top bands and is known globally as the home of American Punk Rock music. Cbgb tells the tale of the famed venue and its iconoclastic founder Hilly Kristal, portrayed by Alan Rickman (Harry Potter series) and directed by Randall Miller (Bottle Shock). The release of the much-buzzed-about film is timed to take advantage of the huge Cbgb Music Festival event this Fall and the current mainstream popularity of "Punk" in the media, art and fashion. The announcement was made today by XLrator Media CEO Barry Gordon.
The film will be released theatrically to coincide with the fast-growing Cbgb Music Festival, which takes New York City by storm October 9-13, 2013 with over 500 bands performing on 175 stages across the city including Times Square and Brooklyn's Barkley Center. »
XLrator Media has bought U.S. distribution rights to “Cbgb,” starring Alan Rickman as nightclub owner Hilly Kristal, the story of the influential New York music venue and its impact on the punk rock scene.
Cast includes Malin Akerman, Ashley Greene, Johnny Galecki, Rupert Grint and Justin Bartha. The film includes over 60 songs, including titles by the Talking Heads, The Ramones, Blondie, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop, The Police and The Dead Boys.
“Cbgb” looks at New York’s punk rock scene through the lens of the Lower East Side club opened by Kristal in 1973 as a home for “country, bluegrass and blues,” from which the club’s name was derived.
- Dave McNary
XLrator Media has acquired U.S. rights to distribute Cbgb, the film about the iconic New York City club that gave rise to the punk movement in America. It will be released during the Cbgb Musical Festival, which runs from Oct. 9-13 in the Big Apple. The Randall Miller-directed film stars Alan Rickman as Cbgb founder Hilly Kristal and Ashley Greene as his daughter, Lisa. Also: Malin Ackerman as Debby Harry; Rupert Grint as Cheeta Chrome; and Joel David Moore as Joey Ramone, among others. "Cbgb is one of the most iconic and authentic names in music history, and Randy’s extraordinary film
- Erin Carlson
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