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"The Vampire Diaries: There Goes The Neighborhood"

Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from "The Vampire Diaries" episode "There Goes The Neighborhood", written by Bryan Oh, Andrew Chambliss and directed by Kevin Bray, that aired April 1, 2019 on The CW:

"...'Anna' brings a surprising guest along when she pays a visit to 'Damon'. 'Elena' and 'Stefan' go on an awkward double date with 'Caroline' and 'Matt', but Stefan and Matt find they have some common ground.

"'Jenna' reunites with her old friend 'Kelly', while 'Jeremy' and 'Anna' take their relationship in an unexpected direction..."

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"The Vampire Diaries: You're Undead To Me"

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Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from "The Vampire Diaries' episode "You're Undead to Me", written by Sean Reycraft, Gabrielle Stanton and directed by Kevin Bray, that aired October 8, 2009 on The CW:

"...'Stefan' is hopeful that his plan to get rid of 'Damon' is working. 'Elena' and 'Jenna' are concerned about Jeremy and his relationship with 'Vicki'.

"Then Stefan decides to reveal parts of his past to Elena, while at a fund-raising car wash...

"...'Bonnie' is surprised by abilities she didn't know she possessed, and seeks advice from her grandmother.

"Unexpectedly, Elena hears a disturbing story about the 'Salvatore' family from a stranger..."

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"The Vampire Diaries: There Goes The Neighborhood"

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Sneak Peek footage, images and synopsis from "The Vampire Diaries" episode "There Goes The Neighborhood", written by Bryan Oh, Andrew Chambliss and directed by Kevin Bray, that aired April 1, 2019 on The CW:

"...'Anna' brings a surprising guest along when she pays a visit to 'Damon'. 'Elena' and 'Stefan' go on an awkward double date with 'Caroline' and 'Matt', but Stefan and Matt find they have some common ground.

"'Jenna' reunites with her old friend 'Kelly', while 'Jeremy' and 'Anna' take their relationship in an unexpected direction..."

Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "The Vampire Diaries: There Goes The Neighborhood"...
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Ben Rappaport Cast In Fox Drama Pilot ‘Zoobiquity’

Ben Rappaport (Mr. Robot) has been cast as a series regular in Zoobiquity, Fox's light medical procedural pilot written by Bones executive producers Stephen Nathan and Jon Collier and directed by Kevin Bray. Based on the best-selling book by Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers, Zoobiquity follows the unlikely pairing of Dr. Kara Martins (Marsha Thomason), a successful, driven cardiologist as she risks career suicide by teaming with Dr. Lucas Cort (Peter…
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Peter Facinelli & Kim Raver To Star In Fox Drama Pilot ‘Zoobiquity’

Peter Facinelli has been tapped as the male lead opposite Marsha Thomason in Zoobiquity, Fox's light medical procedural pilot written by Bones executive producers Stephen Nathan and Jon Collier and directed by Kevin Bray. Also set for a lead role in the project is 24 alumna Kim Raver, who has just signed with Gersh. Based on the best-selling book by Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers, Zoobiquity follows the unlikely pairing of Dr. Kara Martins (Thomason), a…
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New Scandal Season 5,Episode 5 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By ABC

Recently, ABC delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Scandal" episode 5 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "You Got Served," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting stuff go down as a surprising source is brought on to help out Olivia while Jake continues to be preoccupied with a person from his past, and more. In the new, 5th episode press release: Olivia Calls For Backup, On ABC's "Scandal." Press release number 2: Olivia is going to know she can't handle this latest storm on her own and will call for help from an unexpected source. In the meantime, Mellie and Cyrus are going to continue to pull strings from the sidelines and Jake will still be occupied by a ghost from his past. The episode was written by Zahir McGhee ,and it was directed by Kevin Bray. Episode 5 is set to air on Thursday night,
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New Person Of Interest Season 4,Episode 13 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Person Of Interest" episode 13 of season 4. The episode is entitled, "M.I.A.," and it turns out that we're going to see Reese and Root hit up a major road trip in an effort to track down Shaw, and more. In the new, 13th episode press release: Reese and Root will travel to upstate New York in their hunt for Shaw. Press release number 2: Reese and Root's hunt for Shaw will take them to a small town in upstate New York where it will become apparent that not everything is as idyllic as it seems. Also, Fusco will team with a former Poi to tackle the newest number. Guest stars feature: Mason Pettit (Albert Weiss), Maddie Corman (Ms. Thompson), Darren Lipari (Officer Craig) Brian Russell (Chief Wicker), T.J. Kenneally (Larry), Julie Jesneck (Laura). Robert Eckard (Willy), Daniel J.
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Los Angeles Film Festival Reveals 2014 Juries

Los Angeles Film Festival Reveals 2014 Juries
The Los Angeles Film Festival has revealed its jurors for the 2014 summer festival, its 20th, which runs from Wednesday, June 11 to Thursday, June 19 in downtown Los Angeles. The narrative jury:Writer-director Destin Daniel Cretton, whose "Short Term 12" won the Laff Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature in 2013Veteran producer Stuart Cornfeld ("Zoolander," "The Fly") Film critic Ella Taylor (NPR, Elle) The documentary jury:Editor Lynzee Klingman ("Hearts and Minds") Director Margaret Brown ("The Great Invisible," "The Order Of Myths")Film critic and author Justin Chang (Variety) The La Muse jury:Composer-singer-songwriter Kathryn Bostic ("Middle of Nowhere," "Dear White People")Writer-director,-producer Maryam Keshavarz ("Circumstance") Nicole Bernard, Executive Vice President at Laff sponsor Fox Audience Strategy Director Kevin Bray ("Walking Tall") The shorts jury:Writer-actor-director Todd Berger ("It’s a Disaster,"...
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Greatest TV Pilots: Suits

Suits, “Pilot”

Written by Aaron Korsh

Directed by Kevin Bray

Original airdate June 23, 2011

Legal dramas have always been a dime a dozen on TV so it’s pretty easy to dismiss USA’s Suits, but within the first few minutes of the pilot episode viewers can tell that Suits isn’t quite like other shows on television.

Set at the powerful Manhattan law firm Pearson/Hardman, the pilot opens when Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres) is trying to close out a massive case. “Get me Harvey”, she says. Harvey turns out to be Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht), a slick lawyer who she has helped turn into one of the greatest in the city. We’re introduced to Harvey wearing a killer suit, playing a game of high stakes poker, and doing what he does best- closing a massive deal. Or as he puts it, “I close situations”. His talents eventually land
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A look back at The Rock's career: part two

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Our look back over The Rock's movie career continues with Welcome To The Jungle and Walking Tall...

One of the first things I ever wrote for Den of Geek was a review of Abel Ferrara’s King Of New York, a wonderfully scuzzy crime epic with Christopher Walken in the lead role. In that film, Walken gives us everything that makes him great – that off-kilter delivery, gesticulating body language, a calculatedly terrifying intelligence – and those things also play a part in how his performances become over-familiar, bordering on clichéd.

Walken playing Walken in every role has become Alex Ferguson securing another cup title, Dave Grohl howling unintelligibly live instead of singing his lyrics, Nick Hornby writing intelligently about music, and so on. We are in the domain of great men ploughing their greatness into the ground until it inevitably turns tiresome.

And yet Walken remains an unusual screen presence in mainstream Hollywood films,
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Bryan Greenberg And Stephanie Sigman To Star In USA’s Cheryl Heuton/Nick Falacci Pilot, Lifting Contingency

USA has cast former How To Make It In America star Bryan Greenberg and newcomer Stephanie Sigman, the breakout star of acclaimed Mexican movie Miss Bala, as the two leads of its untitled hourlong pilot from Numbers creators Nicolas Falacci & Cheryl Heuton, Universal Cable Prods. and Doug Liman and Dave Bartis’ Hypnotic. Like most USA pilots, the project based on an Elmore Leonard short story was originally picked up as cast-contingent. Greenberg and Sigman are lifting the contingency. Filming on the pilot will likely begin in January in Miami with Kevin Bray (Walking Tall, USA’s Suits) set to direct. The Falacci/Heuton project, originally developed for NBC last season, is based on a short story from Leonard‘s anthology When The Women Come Out To Dance, which also features the short story Fire In The Hole that FX’s series Justified is based on. It centers on a Miami businessman (Greenberg) who,
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'Suits': Meet Louis Litt's parents, who are also Rick Hoffman's parents -- Exclusive Clip

'Suits': Meet Louis Litt's parents, who are also Rick Hoffman's parents -- Exclusive Clip
This week’s episode of USA’s Suits (Thursday, 10 p.m. Et) is a big one for Louis Litt. Daniel wants to name him a senior partner so he’ll vote for him to replace Jessica as managing partner, and Jessica makes sure Louis knows that if he does side with Daniel and she wins, he’s out at Pearson Hardman. It’s also an important hour for actor Rick Hoffman, who gets to share the screen with his parents, Gail and Charlie Hoffman, who make their acting debuts as Louis’ parents. Watch an exclusive clip below.

Hoffman attributes the
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DVD Review: Burn Notice – Season 4

Burn Notice: Season 4

Stars: Jeffrey Donovan, Bruce Campbell, Gabrielle Anwar, Sharon Gless | Directed by Paul Holahan, Kevin Bray, Colin Bucksey, Rod Hardy

As a newcomer to the Burn Notice series it may have been strange to start at season four but sometimes it’s a good way to start on shows like this. It allows people to see if it’s easy to get into and not too complicated, and also gives you a chance to start watching when a show should be in its stride and be confident in telling an enjoyable storyline with well-established characters.

Season four of Burn Notice starts off with Michael (the main character of the show) trying to uncover who helped some guy called Simon to escape at the end of season three. This is all you need to know really as in the first episode the action hits the ground running. From
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Suits TV Review – USA

Photo by: Frank Ockenfels/USA Network

USA has a good history with me, and apart from Fairly Legal, it is the home of some of my favorite shows. The network stands out to me, because they live up to their slogan, "Characters Welcome," by delivering shows that focus on putting out quality characters, and staying true to those characters no matter what the cost. Moreover, the idea that shows should be fun, whether they are comedy, drama, or something in between, also seems to guide the network as a whole, and while that might not rake in tons of awards, it makes for, I think, great television.

Coming to you tonight, June 23rd at 10/9c, the newest effort to hit the network is Suits, a legal show that focuses mainly on Harvey Specter (Gabriel Macht) and Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams).

Harvey is a hotshot, arrogant attorney at a major law firm in Manhattan.
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TV Fanatic Suits Up with Patrick J. Adams

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Every so often, you come across a show with an actor who instantly makes you think of three words: Mega. Star. Potential.

This is one of those times.

Patrick J. Adams - who plays the gifted, but hapless Mike Ross on Suits - overflowed with gratitude on a conference call with reporters this week. He discussed his character, along with the thrill of being on a network that has produced the most popular summer entertainment of the last six years. His infectious enthusiasm and energy partly stemmed from the personal connection he's made with his character, Mike.

"The thing that inspired me most about Mike was this idea of getting to a place in your life where you finally have to make the decision to go after what you say you've always wanted," Adams said. "In my own life, that's been a really interesting sort of decision, to finally take
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USA Picks Up Two New Shows

In a move that will add even more firepower to their already impressive schedule, USA Network has ordered two new pilots to series: Necessary Roughness starring Callie Thorne (Rescue Me) and A Legal Mind starring Gabriel Macht (Behind Enemy Lines). No word on when they'll debut, though, but if I had to bet, I'd say late summer or early fall. Both shows sound like they fit USA's brand, so I fully expect them to debut huge and maintain enough of their audience to further expand the channel's scripted programming offerings.

via press release:

USA Flexes Programming Muscle With New Original Scripted Series

A Legal Mind” And “Necessary Roughness

USA, the #1 Cable Network for Five Years Running, Builds on Unprecedented Line-up of Original Hits

Los Angeles, CA – January Xx, 2011 – USA Network has announced today the pickup of two original scripted series, A Legal Mind and Necessary Roughness, as it expands on
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The Vampire Diaries: Sneak Peeks of Episode 16 & a Cool Contest to Keep You Warm

Last night's episode of The Vampire Diaries was chock full of info and surprises (that one scene with the guy ... and the car ... wow!), so we're sure fans of the show are already looking ahead to next week. Read on for two clips, trailer, and the full synopsis of Episode 16, "There Goes the Neighborhood", along with details on a pretty cool contest The CW has just started running.

First here's the ep's rundown:

Anna (Malese Jow) brings a surprising guest along when she pays a visit to Damon (Ian Somerhalder). Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Stefan (Paul Wesley) go on an awkward double date with Caroline (Candice Accola) and Matt (Zach Roerig), but Stefan and Matt find they have some common ground. Jenna (Sara Canning) reunites with her old friend Kelly (guest star Melinda Clarke), and Jeremy's (Steven R. McQueen) relationship with Anna takes an unexpected direction. Kevin Bray directed the
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TV Reviews: The Vampire Diaries 1.04 & 1.05: “Family Ties” and “You’re Undead to Me”

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If I have to watch Nina Dobrev make that I’m-so-confused-because-i-found-out-something-weird-and-can’t-quite-figure-out-what-to-do-with-it-but-it’s-probably-bad look one more time, I might not be able to stop myself from throwing something at my television. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I hate The Vampire Diaries. In fact, I rather enjoy ogling Paul Wesley (Stefan Salvatore), and sometimes Ian Somerhalder (Damon Salvatore), on a weekly basis. But as the weeks wear on (and God help me, last week was only the fifth week of the series’ planned 22 episode season), I can’t decide if The Vampire Diaries is a cheesy soap plagued by mediocre acting (queue Nina Dobrev and Katerina Graham) or a teen-focused drama that just happens to star a number of well-known soap opera actors (The Bold And The Beautiful’s Kayla Ewell, One Life To Live and As The World TurnsZach Roerig, and The Young And The RestlessSusan Walters,
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Video – Two Clips From Vampire Diaries 1.04 – "You're Undead To Me"

TheCW's Vampire Diaries continues to make news as one of the nets best performing shows, and for good reason: it is addictive as hell. This week looks to be yet another engrossing episode with "You're Undead To Me". Here are a couple of clips.

Stefan Takes Action To Protect Elena / Jasmine Guy Guest Stars — Stefan (Paul Wesley) is hopeful that his plan to get rid of Damon (Ian Somerhalder) is working. Elena (Nina Dobrev) and Jenna (Sara Canning) are concerned about Jeremy’s (Steven R. McQueen) relationship with Vicki (Kayla Ewell). Stefan decides to reveal parts of his past to Elena. At a fund-raising car wash, Bonnie (Katerina Graham) is surprised by abilities she didn’t know she possessed, and seeks advice from her grandmother (Jasmine Guy, “A Different World”). Finally, Elena hears a disturbing story about the Salvatore family from a stranger. Candice Accola, Zach Roerig and Michael Trevino also star.
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Vancouver fest unveils Asia-heavy slate

Vancouver -- The Vancouver International Film Festival on Thursday unveiled what organizers called the largest slate of East Asian cinema in North America, including world premieres for Li Fifan's documentary "The Longwang Chronicles" and Zhao Ye's "Jalainur," which is set in wintry Manchuria.

The festival, which is set to run Sept. 25-Oct. 10, will screen 73 East Asian films, with 27 international premieres and 18 North American debuts.

The Dragons & Tigers competition for emerging Asian directors includes international premieres for "German + Rain" from Yokohama Satoko and Uchida Nobutero's "Kaza-Aana" (Japan) and Charliebebs Gohetia's "The 'Thank You' Girls" (Philippines) and North American premieres for Emily Tang's "Perfect Life" and Gao Wengdong's "Sweet Food City," both from China.

This year's Dragons & Tigers jury includes Ichiayama Shozo, filmmaker Pe-nek Ratanaruang and critic Elisabeth Lequeret.

Vancouver's 27th installment also has booked an international premiere for the Cuba Gooding Jr. starrer "Linewatch," from Kevin Bray and Sony Pictures Entertainment,
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