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The Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder is delivering a new series to Adult Swim, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Black Jesus follows a modern-day Jesus living in Compton and trying to “spread love and kindness” in the neighborhood.
I know some of you were disappointed that Mason Dye wouldn’t be sticking around for the Flowers in the Attic sequel, but E! has some news that should make up for that. Dye has joined the cast of Teen Wolf. Even better, he’ll be playing a new, gay member of the lacrosse team. Dye isn’t the only new cast member who will play a part of the lacrosse team, Khylin Rhambo and Dylan Sprayberry are also joining the supernatural drama.
Does this mean we’ll finally get to see more of Danny?
- Lyle Masaki
Fox has announced that the fourth season of its comedy "Raising Hope" will be its last. The series comes to an end with an hourlong farewell on Friday, April 4th.
Producers indicate the fourth season finale was shot in a way that works as a series finale. The series, which has averaged 3.3 million viewers this season, is one of the few veteran comedies that Fox has opted not to renew. [Source: THR]
Josh Duhamel has joined David Shore and Vince Gilligan's new police drama "Battle Creek". Duhamel plays Detective Milton Chamberlain, a nice-guy FBI agent from Detroit who teams with tough, impatient police detective Russ Agnew (Dean Winters) to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek, Michigan.
- Garth Franklin
After AMC’s Breaking Bad ended on such an incredibly high note, all eyes turned to creator Vince Gilligan, with many wondering if there was any hope of him ever masterminding a show that could match that drama (widely considered to be one of the finest TV shows of all time) in terms of critical acclaim and off-the-charts ratings. So, there’s a lot of attention being paid to Gilligan’s next project, CBS police drama Battle Creek, set to premiere this fall. Now, CBS has announced that the show recently snagged Josh Duhamel for a leading role.
Though Duhamel’s past acting credits, which include the Transformers franchise, New Year’s Eve and Life As We Know It, aren’t stellar, I can’t deny that the idea of watching the Hollywood star team up with Law & Order: Svu‘s Dean Winters (cast earlier this month) holds a certain appeal. »
- Isaac Feldberg
How do you follow up Breaking Bad? It’s maybe the single greatest show from start to end of all time. Seriously. How do you follow up your masterpiece? That is just what Vince Gilligan is wondering right now. Well, word is, Vince Gilligan cast Josh Duhamel in new CBS show, Battle Creek. Well, it’s got a [&hellip
- Remy Carreiro
300 sequel has an unexpectedly great first weekend at the box office - Moviefone The first look at Steven Soderbergh's new series is chilling - Vulture A ranking of the Brady children, because why not? - HuffPost Entertainment Five movies and TV shows with brilliant clues in the dialogue - Cracked The winners and losers from this week's Revenge - BuddyTV What does the Tvd gang do on their Spring break? - The Vampire Diaries The new comedy everyone seems to be loving - Rotten Tomatoes Josh Duhamel gets a prestigious TV role - The Hollywood Reporter You're going to like Craig Ferguson's new project - Popsugar Tech »
- Maggie Pehanick
Josh Duhamel is heading to “Battle Creek.” The “Transformers” star has signed on for the upcoming CBS drama series, from “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan and former “House” boss David Shore. Also read: Bryan Singer to Direct Vince Gilligan's CBS Drama ‘Battle Creek’ When two detectives, FBI Special Agent Milton Chamberlain and Battle Creek Police Department Det. Russ Agnew (“Rescue Me” alum Dean Winters), who have very different world views and are teamed up. The pair must answer the question: Is cynicism, guile and deception enough to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek in the face of a complete lack. »
- Tim Kenneally
With Bryan Singer on board to call the shots for the launch episode, the new cop drama Battle Creek has been busy building its cast. Executive producers Vince Gilligan and David Shore are adding Josh Duhamel to an ensemble that already features Dean Winters.Battle Creek is set in the titular, troubled Michigan town. Hit by hard economic times, it’s a festering sore of crime and other social issues. A team formed by Winters’ tough-nosed, pessimistic detective Russ Agnew and Duhamel’s optimistic FBI agent Milton Chamberlain are charged with cleaning up the streets, but that's no easy task when their resources are severely limited and their worldviews clash at every turn.Fortunately, they are getting some help, in the shape of Kal Penn, Janet McTeer, Edward Fordham Jr. and Aubrey Dollar. Birthed from a spec script Gilligan wrote in 2002 that sat on a shelf until his success with Breaking Bad, »
Josh Duhamel is returning to television with a lead role in Battle Creek, CBS’ high-profile series written by Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and House creator David Shore and directed by Bryan Singer. The straight-to-series drama centers on Detective Russ Agnew (Dean Winters) and FBI agent Milton Chamberlain (Duhamel), who have different worldviews but are teamed up to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek, Mi. Duhamel’s Milton is a clean-cut FBI agent; a sincere, humble, even naive guy who heads from Detroit to Battle Creek to set up a satellite FBI office. Gilligan, who created Battle Creek several years ago, and Shore, who will serve as showrunner, will executive produce with Singer and Mark Johnson, with Janet McTeer and Kal Penn co-starring. ICM Partners-repped Duhamel started in daytime, on staple All My Children, before segueing to primetime with Crossing Jordan and Las Vegas, in which he »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
The ex-Vegas star will play Det. Milton Chamberlain in Battle Creek. His character is described as a “a clean-cut, and humble FBI agent who heads from Detroit to Battle Creek to set up a satellite FBI office.”
Here’s the official log line of the promising drama: “When two detectives, »
- Lynette Rice
In “Battle Creek,” Duhamel will play Detective Milton Chamberlain, the nice-guy FBI special agent from Detroit who teams with Dean Winters’ tough, impatient police detective Russ Agnew to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek, Michigan.
The drama from Sony Pictures Television and CBS Television Studios has a 13-episode order and is based on a spec originally developed by CBS in 2002. It’s exec produced by creator Gilligan, showrunner Shore, Mark Johnson and director Bryan Singer, who is also helming the pilot.
Duhamel is repped by ICM, Independent Artists Agency, John Carrabino Management and Viewpoint Inc.
- Whitney Friedlander
CBS' Vince Gilligan/David Shore drama Battle Creek has cast its second leading man. Josh Duhamel will star as an FBI agent opposite Law & Order: Svu's Dean Winters, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The drama centers on Winters' Russ, a detective, and Milton (Duhamel), an FBI agent -- two men with very different worldviews who are teamed up. Together, they must answer the question: Is cynicism, guile and deception enough to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek, Mich., in the face of a complete lack of resources? Or is the exact opposite -- it takes naivete, trust and a
- Lesley Goldberg
Josh Duhamel has boarded CBS’s "Battle Creek" police drama, reports Variety. He's set to play Detective Milton Chamberlain, a FBI special agent whose a nice guy hailing from Detroit who teams up with detective Russ Agnew (Dean Winters), a tough, impatient man, in order to clean up Battle Creek, Michigan. Sony Pictures Television and CBS Television Studios have 13 episodes lined up basd on the spec script which Vince Gilligan wrote back in 2002. »
Fergie and husband Josh Duhamel are touting baby Axl Jack's singing - even though the baby is only six months old. Is baby Axl mimicking mom? She told Us Weekly Magazine: ''When I sing, he'll look at me and laugh and try to chime in.'' Josh added: ''He makes the funniest sounds. He gets very proud of himself.'' The family have temporarily relocated to Austin, Texas, and Josh, 41, is so pleased they can be together while he is filming new movie 'Lost in the Sun'. He told Us Weekly magazine: ''She's here with me now. She's staying with me. We've got a house and the whole thing. We're one happy family in Austin, Texas.'' The couple, who usually live in Los Angeles, initially had a strict rule about not being apart for more than two weeks but Josh admits they don't need the rule any more because »
When is a trailer not a trailer? When it’s a teaser, of course! In one of the most frustrating Hollywood trends in recent years, major studios have started releasing trailers for their trailers, previewing around two-and-a-half minutes of footage with a measly 10 or 20 seconds. The latest likely blockbuster to get this treatment, Transformers: Age of Extinction, just received a 20-second teaser courtesy of Entertainment Tonight, who will premiere the full trailer tomorrow.
Complete with an irritating voiceover that dubs Transformers: Age of Extinction ”the most anticipated movie of the summer” (excuse me, Entertainment Tonight, ever heard of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Godzilla, Guardians of the Galaxy, or practically any other franchise flick hitting screens this summer?), this teaser shows only glimpses of the sequel’s action and characters.
You can check it out below:
If you’re watching carefully, you’ll spot Mark Wahlberg, »
- Isaac Feldberg
It's Josh Duhamel surrounded by precious little puppies. Need we say more? Didn't think so, but we will anyway. The Hollywood hunk has teamed up with PetSmart Charities' Rescue Waggin, a pet transport program that moves dogs from overpopulated shelters to cities where they have a better chances of being adopted, for a webseries titled Rescue Waggin: Tales From the Road, which documents their heartwarming journey from shelter to shelter. Duhamel became a big pet adoption advocate after he brought home Meatloaf, who unfortunately passed away in 2012, as a pal for his dog Zoë, and after his experience with adoption, the star continues to urge others to do the same. "I just thought it's »
Fergie and Josh Duhamel joined Britney Spears' fans in Las Vegas, and took in a show. The 38-year-old singer and her hunky actor husband went to see Britney at one of her shows at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino earlier this week, where they were joined by model Daniel Garofali, William Derella and Sean Patterson. Fergie wrote on Twitter: ''Ms Brit #youdrivemecrazy (sic)'' The Black Eyed Peas star also attached an image of the Britney who was on stage, wearing a black mesh leotard accesorised with sequins, with her hands on her hips while she was surrounded by dancers. Fergie later added: ''About last night... #britneyshow #workbitch (sic)'', with a picture of her and her pals posing for the shot. She's not been the only star to go and see Britney's 'Piece of Me' show. Nicole Richie was ''crawling on all fours'' at the show »
Josh Duhamel is a man of many words, but it only took two to snag his gorgeous wife Fergie. "That's unforunately true," the handsome Hollywood star told E! News when asked if his first words to his lady really were "you're hot." Duhamel and Fergie met on the set of his show Las Vegas years ago when The Black Eyed Peas made a guest appearance, and yes, those two words were the first things out of his mouth when he met the gorgeous gal. But he explained, "It sounds corny when you say it, but I think she knew I was sort of saying it tongue-in-cheek because she had already known that I had a little bit of a crush on her while she was there and it was sort of a way of saying something she »
Fergie is one hot mama!The "Glamorous" singer shared a sexy video on Instagram Friday, posing topless on a bed in just a pair of Calvin Klein underwear.In the sultry clip, the 38-year-old is showing off her fit figure as she rolls around in the sheets. The new mom, who welcomed Baby Axl on Aug. 29, definitely has her pre-baby body back! "Boom. #mycalvins," the 38-year-old wrote along with the candid video.Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie gave birth to her first child with husband Josh Duhamel, a baby boy, on Thursday, Aug. 29, in L.A.The clothing brand recently launched a social media movement that encourages people to post semi-nude selfies in their Ck underwear, to be added to the official #mycalvins online gallery.Could Fergie be the new face of Calvin Klein? She gets our vote!What do you think of Fergie's Calvin Klein selfie? Tell toofab in the comment section, »
- tooFab Staff
Who is Topher Grace? We.re sixteen years removed from the origins of That 70.s Show, and it.s hard to say how he.s distinguished himself. He.s played quite a few smarmy boyfriends in stuff like Traffic and Mona Lisa Smile, but practically vanished from the screen as a leading man in Win A Date With Tad Hamilton and In Good Company. He.s not good, and quite distracting, when he pops up in big genre films like Predators and Spider-Man 3, but that hasn.t stopped casting agents: he.ll be seen in this year.s Interstellar. And yet, the question remains: who is Topher Grace? Or, considering his new multimedia project, what is Topher Grace? An. (shrug) editor? A couple of years ago, Grace picked up editing and tried an 85 minute supercut of the Star Wars prequel trilogy. Claiming the trilogy "only had one good movie »
Celebrity Babies and Kids - Fergie (Stacy Anne Ferguson) is the lead singer of The Black Eyed Peas and a new mom and she has praised her husband Josh Duhamel as the ''dad of the year'' for 2014. The Black Eyed Peas singer and her actor husband became parents to son Axl Jack last year and she says her spouse is very hands-on when it comes to caring for their little boy, who is now five months old. Asked if Josh is a hands on dad, she said: ''He's dad of the year, he's the best partner to have a kid with.'' The 38-year-old singer loves being a parent and enjoys spending as much time as possible with her ''homie''. Speaking on 'Extra', she said: ''The best part of being a mom is just hanging out with my kid. He's my homie! I'm just listening, talking back with him and »
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