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Get ready to see a lot more Gracie Dzienny on Zoo. Deadline reports the actress has been promoted to series regular for season three of the CBS TV series.Dzienny plays Clementine, the daughter of Mitch (Billy Burke), on the thriller, which explores what happens when animals begin coordinated attacks on humans. The cast also includes James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Nonso Anozie, Josh Salatin, and Alyssa Diaz.Read More… »
Chasing Life alumna Gracie Dzienny, who guest-starred in the Season 2 finale of Zoo, has been promoted to series regular for the third season of the CBS drama series. Dzienny plays the older Clementine, the lost daughter of deceased Mitch (Billy Burke) ten years in the future. Details on the storyline for the new season are vague, but Clementine (Dzienny) intimated in the season finale that her father may not be dead after all, and knows where he is. Based on the… »
Every cop show has the episode where someone close to a main character is the prime suspect. Chicago Pd Season 4 Episode 6 is one of those episodes. It doesn't give the audience anything new, but it does put Elias Koteas front and center as Olinsky gets to sit on the hot seat.
One of Olinsky's oldest friends, baseball player and recovering addict Jake McCoy, is in Cpd's crosshairs when teenage prostitute Maya Collins (that's Violett Beane of The Flash fame) winds up dead in his home. Jake naturally swears up and down that he didn't murder the girl.
It comes out right away that Olinsky is friends with Jake but it's a bit surprising that he doesn't volunteer that information. The team - and the audience - have to find out when Antonio finds a picture of Jake with Olinsky in the house. And Olinsky then gets tetchy with Antonio when »
- Brittany Frederick
Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and/or own this week via various Digital HD providers such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu, Google Play and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical Nerve (action-thriller; Emma Roberts, Dave Franco; rated PG-13) Lights Out (supernatural horror; Teresa Palmer, Gabriel Bateman, Billy Burke, Mario Bello; rated PG-13) Captain Fantastic (drama-comedy; Viggo Mortensen, Frank Langella; rated R) Papa: Hemingway in Cuba (drama; Giovanni Ribisi, Joely Richardson, Adrian Sparks; rated R) Digital HD: Rent from $4-$7 or own from $13-$20 (HD may cost more than Sd) Vudu Finding Dory (animated sequel to...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
Jon Seda, who plays detective Antonio Dawson, will transition to the upcoming legal offshoot as a series regular, our sister site Deadline reports.
Seda’s Antonio will join the D.A.’s office as an investigator, partnered with Joelle Carter’s Lori Nagle, who was introduced in the backdoor pilot. As a result, Ryan-James Hatanaka’s investigator Daren Okada will no longer be part of the series moving forward.
The timing of Seda’s move to Justice, »
Chicago P.D.‘s Season 4 premiere on Wednesday night can be summed up as a staring contest between Voight and Lindsay.
He watches her like a hawk, waiting to see if she’ll spill the beans about what he did to Justin’s killer, and she denies that anything’s wrong even though she keeps looking at him pointedly. But someone has to break eventually. At first, Lindsay tells Commander Crowley that she and the grieving Voight met up and just talked that fateful night, because the gruff sergeant is so big on sharing his feelings.
RelatedChicago P.D. Preview: ‘Linstead’s’ Investment, »
Chicago P.D.‘s Voight may be a killer after last May’s finale, but his unit will be on the side of the grieving father and protector — except for one member of Intelligence.
RelatedChicago P.D. Fall Preview: Will Lindsay Expose Voight’s Killer Crime?
Having actually seen Voight at the crime scene, Lindsay is “torn” about revealing what she knows to Commander Crowley about her boss’ act of vengeance following his son Justin’s death. The rest of the team, however, is “a little conflicted, but less so than you might imagine” when Season 4 premieres this Wednesday (NBC, 10/9c), executive producer Matt Olmstead says. »
In less than 10 hours, a new winning act from America’s Got Talent will be heading home with $1 million — and I think I know who it’ll be.
RelatedFall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 42 Returning Favorites!
If I was a betting man, I’d put my money on ukulelist Grace VanderWaal or belter Brian Justin Crum. Not only do both singers consistently blow the judges’ minds — even Crum’s questionable arrangement of Michael Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror” got the judges on their feet this week — but they’re the kind of acts I can actually see going on to big careers. »
Billy Burke is stepping up to the plate at his former stomping grounds.
RelatedFall TV Spectacular: Exclusive Scoop and Photos on 42 Returning Favorites, Including Chicago P.D.
Burke’s character gets caught up in a murder investigation during Episode 6, titled “Skin in the Game.” And Burke is no stranger to the TV cop game, with recurring roles on TNT’s Rizzoli & Isles and Major Crimes in recent years.
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Zoo just ended its second season last night, but what's in store for season three? Recently, star James Wolk spoke with Entertainment Weekly about the future of the CBS series.The drama stars Wolk as a zoologist trying to understand why animals have suddenly turned against humans in coordinated attacks. The cast also includes Kristen Connolly, Nonso Anozie, Billy Burke, Josh Salatin, and Alyssa Diaz.Read More… »
What a great day at the zoo!
There really wasn't much more you could ask for in a finale because between Zoo Season 2 Episode 12 and Zoo Season 2 Episode 13 there were several deaths, a character return, a cure released for the animal apocalypse, a time jump, and well, the end of the world as we know it.
Bravo, Zoo, bravo!!
Things started with the team's decision to stop the Noah Objective. Being reunited with Logan was a surprise, but learning Jamie wasn't a cold blooded killer after all was a relief. He was still fighting for Team Zoo Crew, too, which was another.
Davies: What is this a laser pointer? How pathetically appropriate.
Mitch: He called my bluff.
Jamie: It wasn't a bluff! [truck explodes]
Davies: You just killed the Noah Objective.
Permalink: You just killed the Noah Objective. Added: September 06, 2016
I wouldn't have thought it was even possible to do this, but »
- Carissa Pavlica
Sophie’s sinister friend Diana can lurk within the shadows of your home before Halloween, as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Lights Out on Digital HD beginning October 11th, followed by an October 25th release on Blu-ray and DVD:
Press Release (via Why So Blu?): Be afraid of what lives in the dark when “Lights Out” arrives onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Teresa Palmer (“Triple 9,” “Warm Bodies”) stars as Rebecca; Gabriel Bateman (“Annabelle”) as Martin; Billy Burke (the “Twilight” franchise) as Martin’s father, Paul; Alexander Dipersia (“Forever”) as Rebecca’s boyfriend, Bret; and Maria Bello (“Prisoners”) as Sophie.
“Lights Out” marks the feature film directorial debut of David F. Sandberg, who directed from a screenplay by Eric Heisserer (“Final Destination 5”), based on Sandberg’s own short film. James Wan, Lawrence Grey and Heisserer served as producers, with Walter Hamada, Dave Neustadter and Richard Brener as executive producers. »
- Derek Anderson
Be afraid of what lives in the dark when Lights Out arrives onto Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD. Teresa Palmer (“Triple 9,” “Warm Bodies”) stars as Rebecca; Gabriel Bateman (“Annabelle”) as Martin; Billy Burke (the “Twilight” franchise) as Martin’s father, Paul; Alexander Dipersia (“Forever”) as Rebecca’s boyfriend, Bret; and Maria Bello (“Prisoners”) as Sophie. Lights Out will be […] »
Over the past few years, the Lifetime Network has been in the process of rebanding itself, debuting controversial "unauthorized" movies that went behind-the-scenes of hit sitcoms like Saved By the Bell and Full House. Their rebranding has also included the Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig thriller A Deadly Adoption and the cult-classic remake of Mother, May I Sleep With Danger? from James Franco. Today we have word that the network has ordered a biopic centering on pop icon Britney Spears, simply entitled Britney.
TV Line reports that the network has cast Natasha Bassett as the Princess of Pop, although no other cast members have come aboard quite yet. The biopic will be produced by Asylum Entertainment for Lifetime, with production scheduled to begin in Vancouver on September 19, with Lifetime eyeing a 2017 debut. Here's the official plot description, courtesy of the network.
"Britney Jean Spears was just a young girl from »
Lights Out, the acclaimed horror hit teaming first-time feature director David F. Sandberg and producer James Wan, has surpassed the $100 million mark, it was announced today by Veronika Kwan Vandenberg, President, Worldwide Distribution, Warner Bros. Pictures. The modestly budgeted film clicked with audiences in its July 22nd North American debut, posting a strong opening weekend and holding its momentum for a current domestic gross of $63.1 million. This, combined with an estimated cumulative international return of $41.7 million, brings its global box office total to more than $100 million to date, with openings still ahead in Europe and Asia.
Sandberg takes his first bow as a feature director on Lights Out, following a catalog of horror shorts that has generated an enthusiastic internet fan base, including the one that inspired the film. The success of Lights Out also marks another crowd-pleasing and critical nod for Wan, whose credits include the global box office hits The Conjuring, »
Lights Out, 2016.
Directed by David F. Sandberg.
When her little brother, Martin, experiences the same events that once tested her sanity, Rebecca works to unlock the truth behind the terror, which brings her face to face with an entity that has an attachment to their mother, Sophie.
It’s a unique feat to make a film which you start to forget even as you’re still watching it. That’s been achieved by the latest jump-scare shocker Lights Out; a run of the mill horror that riffs on nearly every horror cliché there is.
Opening with a strong nightmarish sequence in a factory, the premise of Lights Out is intriguing and made for a terrifying short film from director David Sandberg. As a feature length film it is bloated and quite dull. Rebecca (Palmer »
- Helen Murdoch
After pulling in about $4 million on Friday, “Ben-Hur” is looking at a dismal opening weekend at the box office in the range of $11 million at 3,084 locations.
The film, from Paramount and MGM, is eyeing a fourth or fifth place finish this weekend despite a big budget of about $100 million.
Warner Bros. is staying on top as “Suicide Squad” will most likely keep the throne with a third weekend in the $20 million range at 3,924 locations. The same studio’s “War Dogs” is looking at about $15 million at 3,258 locations after pulling in $5.5 million on Friday.
Sony and Annapurna’s second weekend of “Sausage Party” is eyeing a second weekend in the $15 million range at 3,103 locations after a $5 million Friday.
The tight box office race is only squeezed tighter by Focus’ launch of the animated adventure “Kubo and the Two Strongs” from Laika, which looks to open to about $12 million at 3,260 locations. Its »
- Seth Kelley
Are you ready for the horrors that are exposed in the dark this summer in the terrifying brand new film Lights Out? Prepare yourself by winning one of five bundles of Lights Out kits that we are giving away!
See Diana appear on a heat changing mug, be fully prepared for any dangers in the dark with a peel and stick night light and flashlight keychain, and kit yourself out in glow in the dark detailed clothing.
Lights Out hits UK cinemas on August 19th 2016.
From producer James Wan (The Conjuring Franchise) comes a tale of an unknown terror that lurks in the dark.
When Rebecca left home, she thought she left her childhood fears behind. Growing up, she was never really sure of what was and wasn’t real when the lights went out…and now her little brother, Martin, is experiencing the same unexplained and terrifying events that »
- Gary Collinson
In good news for fans, James Patterson's Zoo TV show has been renewed for a third season on CBS. The scripted summer drama series, based on Patterson's best seller, is currently in its second season on the Tiffany Network.The Zoo TV series cast includes: James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Nonso Anozie, and Billy Burke. Jeff Pinkner, Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Scott Rosenberg, Michael Katleman, James Mangold, Cathy Konrad, Patterson, Bill Robinson, Leopoldo Gout, and Steve Bowen executive produce.Read More… »
Though it may have traded a compelling story for jump scares and shock value, David Sandberg’s directorial debut Lights Out has hit the ground running, conjuring up a box office haul of $63.6 million worldwide – off the back of a $4.9 million budget, no less – along with a full-blown sequel at New Line.
But one point of contention that some viewers took issue with was the film’s eerie ending. It’s something that A.V. Club came down hard on in their review, prompting David Sandberg to issue a response to clarify his creative choice. We’ve included both the review extract and statement after the jump to safeguard you from spoilers.
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In the interest of context, A.V. Club’s critique stated: “So to kill the monster, she kills herself—an ending that felt, to this writer anyway, dangerously close to an endorsement of »
- Michael Briers
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