Recently orphaned teen Jordan is sent to live with her aunt and uncle in the small town of Silver Falls. Clashing with her newfound guardians, Jordan develops a burgeoning friendship with a curious classmate that leads to a shocking discovery; according to local legend, two young twins who were killed by their father have cast a dark spell over Silver Falls. When Jordan finds a mysterious ring, the murdered girls’ restless spirits begin to shadow her every move. Meanwhile, Jordan’s concerned aunt and uncle refer her to a therapist who sees medication and hospitalization as the only solution to her problems. As the frightened teen fights to prove her sanity, a killer draws near.
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4.6 Highway Of Tears
To paraphrase Nick Burkhardt this week, “It’s back!”
Grimm treated us this week to plot development, some delicious dialogue, and the best laugh-out-loud line of the series so far. This was all a relief, particularly as we were all expecting the most awkward sex scene in TV history.
To recap, we discovered last week that Juliette must sleep with Nick in the guise of arch nemesis Adalind in order for Nick to regain his powers.
In fact, Juliette treats the whole situation with surprising good humour, and even a little sass. I mean, Nick has to find Adalind’s physical presence sexy enough to enable him to perform, but without enjoying it too much, presumably. That’s one a tightrope that our hero’s walking.
Will Rothhaar, who portrayed Lee Harvey Oswald in National Geographic Channel’s Killing Kennedy, is joining Grimm as a cop with a dark side, TVLine has learned.
Rothhaar’s Officer Acker will debut in Episode 8 of the NBC drama’s upcoming fourth season, and he’ll be around for at least three episodes.
He joins previously announced Season 4 guest stars Elizabeth Rodriguez (Orange Is the New Black), Toni Trucks (Franklin & Bash) and Erick Avari (The Mentalist).
In addition to Killing Kennedy, Rothhaar’s TV resume includes stints on Reckless, Last Resort, Perception, CSI and Fringe.
Toni Trucks (Franklin & Bash, Hostages) will play a tough county lawwoman on an upcoming episode of the NBC supernatural drama, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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Trucks’ character, Deputy Janelle Farris, will request Nick and Hank’s help with a highway-crime scene that seems a little… off. (In or around Portland?! Who would’ve thought?)
Further details about Farris are slim, save this mysterious piece of info from the official character breakdown: “She finds herself pushing her resilience to the limit.
One of those actors is Lance Reddick, of The Wire and Fringe fame. Reddick voices a character named Commander Zavala, who will give players who choose the game’s Titan specialization their marching orders. It’s not Reddick’s first video
Last night’s episode was a pivotal one for Rusty, as he gathered the courage to come out to his fiends in the squad room, and thanks to out showrunner James Duff, it was handled without histrionics, and with humor and sensitivity.
The episode centered around a therapy session Rusty has with Dr. Bowman (played by the out Bill Brochtrup), and Rusty’s coming out is told through a case the Major Crimes Unit is investigating.
An Indian man has been killed in a swanky Hollywood hotel, and the unit discovers he had
Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman are producing through their K/O Paper Products, along with Sean Daniel and James Jacks. Here's what Len Wiseman had to say about the project, revealing there is a much scarier take on the classic monster.
"When I first heard Universal was relaunching this, that is the image that popped into my head, the period tale, the old monster, but when Bob and Alex pitched it, there was a great new take and approach, and a very different mummy as well. It's a darker twist on the material, a scarier version."
Len Wiseman previously worked with Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman when he directed the pilot episode of their CBS series Hawaii Five-0.
Right off the bat we should point out that this article is particularly speculative because there’s been no word yet on which game the movie will draw from for its plot.
“The Dictator,” which opens on May 16, 2012, also stars John C. Reilly, Megan Fox, Ben Kingsley, Anna Faris, B.J. Novak, J.B. Smoove, Kevin Corrigan, Jim Piddock, Aasif Mandvi, Erick Avari, Olivia Dudley and Bobby Lee from director Larry Charles and writers Sacha Baron Cohen and Alec Berg.
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Kurtzman and Orci have collaborated with some of the industry's top creative minds including J.J. Abrams, with whom they wrote the third installment of Mission: Impossible, which grossed nearly $400 million at the worldwide box office. In 2007, they wrote Transformers and went on to write Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen in 2009. Together, those films grossed more than $1.5 billion worldwide. More recently, the pair wrote and executive produced 2009's Star Trek, which grossed more than $385 million worldwide. Accompanying their impressive film resume,
From the Press Release
At Silver Falls, directed by up-and-coming Us filmmaker Brett Donowho, will have its international market screening at Cannes.
Inspired by the true story of the unsolved murders of two twin girls, At Silver Falls draws us into the shadowy, malevolent world of ‘Silver Falls’, a small town plagued by a series of unexplained deaths. When new arrival Jordan, an orphaned teenager (played by movie debutant Alix Elizabeth Gitter), becomes haunted by the ghost of a murdered young girl, she is compelled to uncover the shocking truth…
Director Brett Donowho says about the film: “At Silver Falls is as much a mystery thriller as it is a horror film.
The Mummy was rebooted in 1999, with Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz starring in a more family-friendly version of the 1932 genre classic. It spawned the sequels The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, all of which took in over $400 million worldwide. Here's what Jon Spaihts had to say about bringing The Mummy back to its original horror roots.
"I see it as the sort of opportunity I had with Prometheus, to go back to a franchise's roots in dark, scary source material, and simultaneously open it up to an epic scale we haven't seen before."
Sean Daniel, who produced all three The Mummy movies, will return as a producer. No production schedule was given.
The Mummy was released May 7th, 1999 and stars Brendan Fraser,
Screenwriter Nathan Ives is making his directorial debut, helming a comedy that tells the story of “a thirty-something commitment-phobe who breaks up with the love of his life thanks to conflicting advice from his outrageous, inner voices — and says the only thing he can think of to soften the blow: ‘It’s not you, it’s me.’” Carter (Justified) will be playing the role of the ex-girlfriend, whose
Release Date: December 27th (DVD).
Director: Steven Sprung.
Cast: Michael Bershad, Bruce Bohne, Erick Avari, Melina Lizette, Blake Robbins, and Harry Karp.
The trailer for Dispatch is here:
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