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Dillahunt’s Jody replaces Mindy when she goes on maternity leave. He is described as a charming southern gentleman with extremely traditional values who thinks the titular heroine is a tacky idiot.
The Mindy Project returns later this year on its new home, Hulu.
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Meet Dr. Mindy Lahiri’s (temporary) replacement. After two back-to-back drama turns post-Raising Hope, Garret Dillahunt is returning to comedy with a major recurring role on the upcoming fourth season of The Mindy Project at its new home, Hulu. He will play Jody, a new doctor who replaces Mindy while she goes on maternity leave. Jody is a charming southern gentleman with extremely traditional values who thinks that Mindy is a tacky idiot. Dillahunt, repped by D2… »
Garret Dillahunt is set to star opposite John C. McGinley in the youth baseball drama Rounding Third and appear with Aaron Paul in the thriller Come And Find Me. McGinley stars in Rounding Third as the win-at-all-costs coach of a kids baseball team on which his son plays. Dillahunt will play the new assistant coach. The coaches butt heads as they scrap through a season despite different personal circumstances and philosophies about the game and how to motivate their team… »
Over the past few years, the quantity of original streaming content has increased substantially, as a number of online sources that provide access to movies and television shows from other channels have decided to produce their own series. While Netflix is the most prominent name in the market, Amazon has been one of the more high-profile entries, making a big splash with their 2014 series Transparent, as well as the show Bosch earlier this year.
Now Amazon has announced their next series and released a trailer for it. At the San Diego Comic-Con, the streaming service held a panel for its upcoming show Hand of God, and announced that it would premiere in the fall. The show is created by Burn Notice scribe Ben Watkins, and stars Ron Perlman, Garret Dillahunt, Andre Royo, and Dana Delany. The series synopsis is as follows.
A morally-corrupt judge suffers a breakdown and believes God »
- Deepayan Sengupta
God waits for no man, unless that man is Ron Perlman.
At Comic-Con on Thursday, Perlman dropped by TVLine’s Comic-Con suite at the Hard Rock Hotel and shared details of the sensitive link between his top-secret Sons of Anarchy departure and his casting in Amazon’s 10-episode drama series Hand of God — a tricky balancing act that spawned one of my most hotly-debated blind items.
Perlman also explained why he chose to jump immediately back into another series, while God creator »
Amazon Studios has unveiled a sneak peek of its newest original series. The digital studio behind the hit series Transparent released the official trailer for Hand of God, a psychological drama show starring Ron Perlman.
Directed by Marc Forster, Hand of God stars Perlman as Pernell Harris, a corrupt judge who suffers a traumatic breakdown and believes God is calling him to greater things -- like vigilante justice. What ensues in each hour-long episode is Harris’ attempt to track down and exact revenge on the rapist who destroyed his family’s happiness. Hand of God co-stars Dana Delany as Harris’ wife Crystal, Garret Dillahunt as Kd, and Julian Morris as Reverend Paul Curtis.
Amazon originally ran the pilot for Hand of God in its third pilot competition back in August 2014. A few months later in October, Amazon ordered a full season of the show after the pilot managed to garner »
- Bree Brouwer
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" just wrapped up its strong second season with its best episode of the year, dealing with Jake and Amy's awkward attraction for each other, Captain Holt trying to avoid being promoted out of the Nine-Nine by Chief Wuntch, and Boyle helping Diaz on her birthday. Rather than do a review, I reached out to "Brooklyn" co-creator and showrunner Dan Goor with some emailed questions about both the events of the finale and season 2 as a whole, coming up just as soon as I Don Johnson it... Did you know when you made the finale who the new captain would be? If not, do you know now, whether the specific performer or at least the type of character it is? And what are you comfortable saying? Dan Goor: We did not know who the new captain would be when we came up with the finale. We were really »
- Alan Sepinwall
Sneak Peek a red band trailer from first time director Courtney Cox' new comedy feature "Just Before I Go", starring Garret Dillahunt, Sean William Scott, Kate Walsh, Olivia Thirlby and Rob Riggle, available on DVD and Blu-ray, May 12, 2015 from Anchor Bay Entertainment:
"...'Ted Morgan' (Scott) has been treading water for most of his life. After his wife leaves him, Ted realizes he has nothing left to live for. Summoning the courage for one last act, Ted decides to go home and face the people he feels are responsible for creating the shell of a person he has become.
"But life is tricky. The more determined Ted is to confront his demons, to get closure, and to withdraw from his family, the more Ted is yanked into the chaos of their lives. So, when Ted Morgan decides to kill himself, he finds a reason to live..."
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- Michael Stevens
Sneak Peek footage from writer/director Brian Falk's Ww II dramatic feature "Against The Sun", starring Garret Dillahunt, Tom Felton and Jake Abel, now available on DVD and Blu-ray from Anchor Bay Entertainment:
"...in one of the most harrowing true stories of World War II, three Us Navy airmen crash land their torpedo bomber in the South Pacific and find themselves on a tiny life raft, surrounded by open ocean.
"No food. No water. No hope of rescue.
"But against incredible odds, these three virtual strangers must survive storms, sharks, starvation – and each other – as they try to sail more than a thousand miles to safety..."
Product Features include 'Behind The Scenes', 'A Plane Takes Flight', 'Starving At Sea', 'Working On Water', 'F/X: On Set And Off', 'Blisters, Burns And Bites', and 'Dressing The Part'.
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "Against The Sun »
- Michael Stevens
My biggest issue with Brooklyn Nine-Nine continues to be how many episodes go by without the characters actually wanting much of anything. So “Det. Dave Majors” was a blast of barrelproof whiskey-scented fresh air with a delightfully fizzy orange-soda back. Part of the appeal of this intensely fast-paced and notably funny episode is the team-up between co-writers Gabe Liedman and Lakshmi Sundaram, who have consistently been the most eager of the show’s staff when it comes to taking advantage of the Brooklyn setting (they wrote the episodes centered around the artisanal chocolate-milk parlor and the potential arson at the pizzeria, respectively). For this go-round, they came up with another winner: a password-based underground bar called the Keychain, patronized by the titular Mr. Majors, the “blotter dynamite” NYPD detective whom Jake and Amy both idolize for his killer arrest and conviction rate. He’s played by Garret Dillahunt, a recent »
- Allie Pape
A quick review of tonight's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" coming up just as soon as we get a frozen yogurt machine operated by Pam Grier... As I said last week, there are areas in which the show has had success at telling more emotional Peralta stories, and areas where it hasn't. Fortunately, the slow-burning flirtation between Peralta and Santiago has consistently been an area where taking Jake seriously has worked, and we got another strong example of that in the well-balanced "Det. Dave Majors." What started off as another instance of Jake going overboard to impress a cooler guy — in this case, Garret Dillahunt smartly underplaying the episode's badass title character — instead pivoted into a solid Jake and Amy story. I remain impressed by the way this thing has been paced, so that it feels patient and not overdone, but never like the show is just dragging it out for the sake »
- Alan Sepinwall
"There is a lot of pressure now in the world of television to end a series well, and that was certainly our goal," says "Justified" showrunner and co-creator Graham Yost to Gold Derby in our recent video chat (watch below). His FX drama series about U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) returning to his Kentucky roots ended its six-season run this year. Spoilers Ahead -Break- Fans expected a final showdown between Givens and Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), a man he had been pursuing for years, as well as a resolution of the love triangle between those two and Crowder's fiancee Ava (Joelle Carter). And it had to tie up the storyline that saw the Crowders plotting to steal $10 million from drug kingpin Avery Markham (Sam Elliott), his fiancee Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen) and their evil henchmen (Jonathan Tucker, Garret Dillahunt). Watch our recent video chats with Joelle Carter & Jonathan Tucker »
This Sunday's episode of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" is one of my favorites of the second season, featuring a guest appearance by Garret Dillahunt as the NYPD's coolest detective in one story, and Terry being recruited by a private security firm in the other. It's a nice balance of a lot of things the show does best. This exclusive clip is from the Terry plot, as he returns from a lunch with his potential new boss loaded with swag, much to the dismay of Boyle and Gina, who don't want their favorite superhero to leave. "Det. Dave Majors" airs Sunday night at 8:30 Eastern on Fox. And if you've forgotten some of the other things that Terry loves, remember this: »
- Alan Sepinwall
Jennifer Lawrence in a long, red dress at the Oscars Jennifer Lawrence at the Academy Awards Stunning in a red dress, Jennifer Lawrence arrives at the 2011 Academy Awards held on Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. Lawrence was a first-time Best Actress Oscar nominee for her first major film role: a near-destitute, young Ozark woman looking for her missing drug-dealing father in Winter's Bone, Debra Granik's generally well-received indie drama. Winter's Bone also earned nominations for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (John Hawkes), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Debra Granik and Anne Rosellini; based on the novel by Daniel Woodrell). Jennifer Lawrence's competitors in the Best Actress Oscar race were: Annette Bening for Lisa Cholodenko's The Kids Are All Right. Michelle Williams for Derek Cianfrance's Blue Valentine. Nicole Kidman for John Cameron Mitchell's Rabbit Hole. Natalie Portman, the eventual winner, for Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan. »
- D. Zhea
Jennifer Aniston attended the premiere of Courteney Cox’s feature directorial debut, “Just Before I Go,” on Monday night at Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinemas. The film stars Seann William Scott, Kate Walsh and Garret Dillahunt and follows the story of a young man who travels to his hometown to make amends. Cox posed for photos with Aniston, who just this past season was an Oscar-hopeful for her critically-acclaimed role in “Cake.” Also Read: 'Friends' Reunion: Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow Read Fan Faction on 'Kimmel' (Video) The two actresses appeared together along with former co-star Lisa Kudrow in a “Friends” parody on Jimmy Kimmel. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
With "Justified" over (here's my series finale review), I got on the phone with showrunner Graham Yost to discuss why certain characters lived, others died, and which characters (Mags? Quarles?) he might have brought back under different circumstances, all coming up just as soon as I come back here with a jackhammer... I want to start with the hat, because I know it was one of the few significant creative disagreements you ever had with Elmore (Leonard). At what point did you decide you wanted Raylan to end the series wearing the smaller Stetson that met with his approval? Graham Yost: Pretty early on in the season, we knew we wanted to create a character who really modeled himself after Raylan to one degree or another, and he would get a hat, and Raylan would end up with the bad guy's hat. It's still not a perfect match for what Elmore wanted, »
- Alan Sepinwall
"You make me pull, I put you down." These eight words are deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in a nutshell — and Elmore Leonard in a nutshell as well. The eight words, first presented in that order in Leonard's short story "Fire in the Hole" (expanding on a supporting player in a few earlier Leonard novels), tell you that Raylan is a man with both a rigid code and a high opinion of himself. And that he has to say them out loud — in this case to his former friend and present nemesis Boyd Crowder — suggests Raylan is a man who very much enjoys opportunities to put his code, and gun, into action. As dialogue goes, it is simple and spare while telling you everything you need to know — the perfect Elmore Leonard sentence. TV veteran Graham Yost took that line off the page and put it into the mouth »
- Alan Sepinwall
A review of tonight's "Justified" coming up just as soon as I interrupt a goat sacrifice... "The past is a statement. The future is a question." -Raylan "The past and the future are a fight to the death." -Ava We're now in the second half of this final "Justified" season, and almost everyone has one eye on the way out of Harlan. Raylan is finally taking real steps to unload the haunted(*) family home, including having the remains of his father, mother and stepmother disinterred. Ty Walker nearly talks Boyd and Ava into helping him rob Markham's vault so they can all get the hell out of town, and the reward they get for helping Raylan kill Walker seems like plenty of getaway money to Ava, if not Boyd. (*) On the one hand, having your hero argue with his dad's ghost seems really low on the What Would Elmore Do? »
- Alan Sepinwall
A review of tonight's "Justified" coming up just as soon as I come across a chupacabra... "Maybe this time, things end different." -Boyd Last week, I wrote that I looked forward to "seeing the very stupid way" in which Choo-Choo would died, thinking about the accidental demises of White Boy Bob in "Out of Sight," or Danny Crowe when he tried to test his 21-foot rule theory on Raylan last season. "Alive Day" appears to kill off our latest impulsive man of violence, who fails to get crushed by his namesake, but instead expires from wounds acquired in a shootout with Raylan, Tim, Ty Walker and some of Avery Markham's other mercs. And it's not just the method of Choo-Choo's death that's a surprise, but the tone of it. Introduced as perhaps the dumbest and strongest of the series' many dumb strong guys, he instead turns out to be someone »
- Alan Sepinwall
The Office may be over, but Ingrid Michaelson's latest video reunites a few of the actors - Rainn Wilson, Brian Baumgartner, and David Koechner - as they lip-sync and totally take over her new single, "Time Machine." The Office guys aren't the only funny TV stars there; Donald Faison, Garret Dillahunt, and Jorge Garcia (just to name a few!) are also guest stars, singing and dancing their hearts out until Michaelson takes the control back. »
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