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Briefs: More On “Constantine,” Exploring Gay SciFi Characters In “Credence,” And Could “Enlisted” Get A Second Chance?

14 July 2014 1:53 PM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Birthday shoutouts go to Matthew Fox (above), who is 48, Jackie Earle Haley is 53, and Jane Lynch is 54.

We thought it was dead, but could Enlisted actually get a second chance on Yahoo?

American Psycho: The Musical is headed to The States, specifically Off-Broadway, but there’s no word on whether Matt Smith will make the move with it.

Cory Monteith’s Friends & Glee Co-Stars Remember Him One Year After His Tragic Death

As a follow-up to the post last night about NBC straight-washing Constantine, it turns out that the reporter who asked the original question was our own Jim Halterman, and Jim sent over the full transcript. Turns out David Goyer was probably expecting to be asked about it.

Question (Jim Halterman): I wanted to ask you guys, Constantine was bisexual in the comic books. Will that be touched upon in the show? And Matt, how would you »

- snicks

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Is the Boring Gateway Character Worth It?

13 July 2014 7:50 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Jack Shephard was originally supposed to be played by Michael Keaton, and he was going to die in Lost’s pilot episode. After his death, the first to be killed by the smoke monster (that honor ended up going to the plane’s pilot, played by Greg Grunberg), Kate would take over as the leader and primary protagonist. This would have been surprising because it would buck conventions, killing off the heroic white male leader so that the female could take over.

J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof quickly changed their minds about Jack’s death, Keaton backed off so that Matthew Fox could become the character we all know, and the rest is history. Kate became just another supporting character in the show’s massive ensemble. The first thing we see in the actual pilot episode is Jack’s eye, and from that point on we stay mostly with him. »

- Jake Pitre

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Jennifer Love Hewitt Joins 'Criminal Minds' Cast For The Fall

1 July 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Jennifer Love Hewitt, who most recently starred on Lifetime’s The Client List, is now joining the cast of CBS police procedural Criminal Minds.

Jennifer Love Hewitt Joining 'Criminal Minds'

On Criminal Minds, Hewitt will assume the role of undercover agent Kate Callahan. Due to her stellar work with the FBI, she’s been promoted to a position in the Behavioral Analysis Unit. Hewitt will first be seen as Kate on Criminal Minds in the series' 10th season premiere and will be a regular on the show.

“We’re thrilled to introduce a new special agent by adding the very talented Jennifer Love Hewitt to our amazing cast,” showrunner and executive producer Erica Messer said in a statement. “Many of us on the show have enjoyed working with her over the years and look forward to again. We have exciting storylines planned for her character and the entire »

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Cannes: After Hitting Bottom, Spanish Fortunes Rise Again

16 May 2014 2:53 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

For Spain’s film industry, the spring outlook for 2014 represents a frustrating paradox.

On the one hand, theatrical grosses and ticket sales through April 20 were up 12% and 29%, respectively, over 2013, according to Rentrak. The romantic comedy “Spanish Affair” (pictured) helped, having grossed $60.8 million as of April 29, making it the second biggest hit ever in Spain after “Avatar” ($103 million). And the local market share from Spanish productions was the highest in memory at 27.7% through April 20.

Yet Spain’s double-dip recession from 2009-12 has withered its industry. The budget of the industry’s main subsidy, Spain’s Film Protection Fund, fell 56% from $106 million in 2011 to $46.5 million this year. To add insult to injury, TV investment in local films roughly halved as TV advertising plunged 53% from 2007 to 2013’s $2.3 billion.

Any assessment of the recent uptick in admissions must also be tempered by the fact that Spain’s box office showed signs of bottoming out last year, »

- John Hopewell

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Sandra Oh, Hugh Laurie, Jane Lynch: 12 TV stars who should be making films

15 May 2014 2:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

This week sees Sandra Oh's final regular appearance in the long-running ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy as arguably its finest character, Dr Cristina Yang.

Oh has been one of the show's stand-out performers throughout its 10-year run, but has starring in such a time-consuming role limited her career path until now?

To mark Oh's decision to escape the restraints of commercial network TV, Digital Spy has collected just a few other actors who perhaps should have 'done a George Clooney' by getting out early and made the transition to top movie star, not that movies are obviously better than TV nowadays of course.

This list only names actors who starred in long-running commercial network shows, rather than cable, as most shows in the latter have shorter seasons with longer gaps in between - just in case you were wondering where Jon Hamm and Alexander Skarsgård were...

1. Sandra Oh »

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Yes, Some Episodes of Lost Sucked

8 May 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Every few months, to replenish the internet's supply of grousing, someone has to write an article about Lost. This time, it's Esquire's turn, and Lost showrunners Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse admit that not every episode of the show was a perfectly formed gem to be treasured for all eternity. "We did 121 hours of Lost," Lindelof says. "Arguably only 15 to 20 of them were subpar, bordering on turds." Cuse agrees. I mean, I think the episode where Jack gets his tattoos in Thailand [is the worst episode]. I think it's cringe-worthy, where he's flying the kite on the beach. It was not our finest hour. We used Matthew Fox's real tattoos. That's how desperate we were for flashback stories. Season three's "Strange in a Strange Land" is indeed as awful as Cuse remembers — Bai Ling, etc — but not everyone would call that the worst episode. Some »

- Margaret Lyons

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Here's the Worst 'Lost' Episode, as Revealed by Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse

8 May 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

"Lost" broke ground when it premiered in the fall of 2004, immediately hooking viewers with its eclectic characters and intricate mythology. The series didn't always fire on all cylinders, though, as some frustrated fans can attest, and in a new interview, showrunners Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof admit that there were some pretty weak moments -- and one episode in particular stands out as the worst.

Speaking with Esquire, Cuse and Lindelof said that they were proud of the show as a whole, and stand by many of the choices they made throughout the series's six-season run. But the duo's constant efforts to challenge themselves with their storytelling -- and differentiate "Lost" from other shows -- did result in some misfires, they said.

"[The Nikki and Paolo arc] was an example of a story idea where once we'd initiated it we regretted having done it," Cuse told Esquire. "Or, on a smaller scale, when we told »

- Katie Roberts

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Dominic Monaghan Talks "Lost" -- Who Smelled the Worst on Set?

25 March 2014 8:15 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

Fans of "Lost" were left with a lot of lingering questions after the show's series finale --  but this probably wasn't one of them.Dominic Monaghan, who played heroin-addicted rocker Charlie on the show, appeared on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" on Tuesday, where he was asked to reveal which of his costars "smelled the worst" on set.And Dom didn't Plead the Fifth -- he actually gave an answer. See who stunk in the video above.The actor was also asked why Michael (Harold Perrineau) and Walt (Malcolm David Kelley) didn't appear in the church at the end of the final episode ... what he thought about hated characters Nikki and Paulo ... and what he stole from the set. Monaghan had an answer for everything. While we wish Andy Cohen had asked about his real life ex and costar Evangeline Lilly or his feud with Matthew Fox, we'll take whatever "Lost" answers we can get. »

- tooFab Staff

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Damon Lindelof: "I Think There Will Be More Lost"

19 March 2014 2:45 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

"We have to go back!" It was Lost's best-known catchphrase (said by a desperate, bearded Matthew Fox), but could the iconic ABC series ever actually come back in some way? Via network TV, Netflix, a movie, a one-man play? (Ok, maybe not that last one.) Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof tells E! News he believes Lost will live on in some way in the future—but there's a catch. "I think there will be more Lost," Lindelof tells me. "But I don't think it's gonna come from us. My guess is that some other creative team will come in and take their creative spin on this content, which is really exciting." For his part, Lindelof says he's done with the entire »

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Lost 10th Anniversary Reunion Panel at PaleyFest: 5 Highlights and Revelations

17 March 2014 11:04 AM, PDT | Us Weekly | See recent Us Weekly news »

They had to go back! On Sunday, March 16, nearly 10 years after Lost began its six-season run of supernatural mysteries and obsessive conspiracy theories -- inspiring a whole generation of similarly complex TV series like Under the Dome, The Event, and now Resurrection -- cast members from the pivotal show reunited at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for a 10th anniversary PaleyFest panel. Series stars Matthew Fox, Terry O'Quinn, and Evangeline Lilly were absent, but plenty of other castaways were present and accounted for. Among them? [...] »

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"Lost" Reunion -- See Who Showed, Who Didn't & Walt All Grown Up!

17 March 2014 8:55 AM, PDT | TooFab | See recent TooFab news »

It's been 10 long years since "Lost" premiered on ABC -- and we're still trying to figure out what happened on that island!A good chunk of the cast got together again for a big reunion at PaleyFest on Sunday night, where Malcolm David Kelley (Walt, now 21!), Ian Somerhalder, Josh Holloway, Jorge Garcia, Yunjin Kim, Maggie Grace and Henry Ian Cusick reminisced on their days working on the extremely mysterious series.Notably absent were some of the show's biggest stars though -- including Matthew Fox, Terry O'Quinn, Evangeline Lilly, Dominic Monaghan, Harold PerrineauMichael EmersonDaniel Dae KimNaveen Andrews and Vincent (though, was anyone really expecting him?).A rep for Matthew tells toofab that the actor is currently in Europe working on a film. As for Dominic, his publicist says the actor has been traveling for his show "Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan" and had had a "longstanding commitment that he could not break. »

- tooFab Staff

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'Lost' 10th anniversary reunion at PaleyFest: Five things we learned from the panel

17 March 2014 5:58 AM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

“We have to go back.” That’s what Dr. Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox) says after returning home from the island in the third season finale of ABC’s epic drama Lost. And this Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, several of those castaways — as well as executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse — did indeed come back, to discuss the pivotal series as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its premiere.

In addition to Lindelof and Cuse, the panel included Josh Holloway (Sawyer), Yunjin Kim (Sun), Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Ian Somerhalder (Boone), Maggie Grace (Shannon), Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond »

- Stephanie Robbins

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PaleyFest: ‘Lost’ Troupers Talk Alpha Males, Feverish Fans and Pranks

17 March 2014 4:58 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Sunday’s 10th anniversary reunion of “Lost” was noticeably missing a few major players — including Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly — but that didn’t make it any less fun for the die-hard fans who turned out at the Dolby Theater.

Although it’s been almost four years since the ABC drama show ended its run, the panelists acted as if it were only yesterday that they said goodbye to the island.

Comedian Paul Scheer moderated the session with co-creator/exec producer Damon Lindelof, exec producer Carlton Cuse and seven cast members.

“The show may be done but we are not done with the show,” Scheer said before bringing Cuse and Lindelof on stage.

Following a screening of the much-loved season one episode “Exodus: Part 1,”  episode, Scheer, Lindelof and Cuse were joined on stage by Malcolm David Kelley, Maggie Grace, Ian Somerhalder, Josh Holloway, Jorge Garcia, Henry Ian Cusick and Yunjin Kim. »

- Justin Kroll

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'Lost' Showrunners Carlton Cuse And Damon Lindelof Say Island Was Not A Purgatory, Reveal More Answers At PaleyFest Panel

16 March 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Showrunners Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof finally set the record straight about the infamously unsatisfying Lost series finale when they reunited with members of the Lost cast for a panel at PaleyFest on Sunday, March 16.

'Lost' Reunion

Lindelof and Cuse introduced a screening of part one of the two-hour series finale, “Exodus (Part 1),” which originally aired in 2010. Following the screening the creators were joined by a few principal members of the cast for a panel discussion, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the airing of the Lost pilot in 2004. Present for the panel were Josh Holloway (Sawyer), Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Yunjin Kim (Sun), Maggie Grace (Shannon), Ian Somerhalder (Boone), Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond Hume) and Malcolm David Kelley (Walt).

'Lost' Island Was Not Purgatory

When the final episode of Lost aired, fans were at a loss as to what it meant. The finale answered few questions, including »

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Matthew Fox: 'I was treading on eggshells around Tommy Lee Jones'

22 February 2014 1:30 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Lost star Matthew Fox heads back to World War II for his latest film, the historical drama Emperor.

Fox plays Bonner Fellers, a general who's sent to Japan to decide if Emperor Hirohito will be hanged for war crimes.

Starring alongside him is Eriko Hatsune as Aya Shimada, a woman Fellers romanced years earlier, and Tommy Lee Jones as legendary Us military figure General Douglas MacArthur.

Fox said that he was "really moved" by the script for Peter Webber's film, and found that the true life story was one worthy of big-screen treatment.

On working with Jones, the actor told Digital Spy: "Tommy came on at the very end of the shoot for the last two weeks.

"I think it served the film really well.

"I was the brigadier general up until the point the real general came along - MacArthur showed up.

"Tommy has a presence on his »

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Things Get Hairy for Matthew Fox in Welcome to Harmony

21 February 2014 3:01 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Our friends over at Aullidos scored the first images of a nearly unrecognizable Matthew Fox in the new chiller Welcome to Harmony, and we have 'em for you right here. Dig it!

Jeffrey Donovan (“Burn Notice”) and Matthew Fox (“Lost”) star in the post-apocalyptic horror movie Welcome to Harmony, which serves as the English-language debut of Spanish director Miguel Ángel Vivas' (Kidnapped).

Ahna O’Reilly (The Help), Quinn McColgan (Non-Stop), and Clara Lago (I Want You) co-star.

Jaume Collet-Serra (Orphan) and Juan Sola are producing through their Ombra Films banner along with Hernany Perla (Ghost Team One). Vivas and Alberto Marini adapted Juan de Dios Garduno’s bestselling book Y pese a todo.

Production has begun in Budapest.

Synopsis

Nine years after an infection turns most of humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack, and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Early Artwork Offers You a Welcome to Harmony

10 February 2014 2:33 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Straight out of Efm we now have two early bits of artwork for Miguel Ángel Vivas' (Kidnapped) apocalyptic tale Welcome to Harmony. Read on to check 'em out and get the latest details.

Jeffrey Donovan (“Burn Notice”) and Matthew Fox (pictured; “Lost”) star in the post-apocalyptic horror movie Welcome to Harmony, which serves as the English-language debut of the Spanish director.

Ahna O’Reilly (The Help), Quinn McColgan (Non-Stop), and Clara Lago (I Want You) co-star.

Jaume Collet-Serra (Orphan) and Juan Sola are producing through their Ombra Films banner along with Hernany Perla (Ghost Team One). Vivas and Alberto Marini adapted Juan de Dios Garduno’s bestselling book Y pese a todo.

Production has begun in Budapest.

Synopsis

Nine years after an infection turns most of humanity into rabid creatures, Patrick, Jack, and Lu, a nine-year-old girl, survive in seeming peace and calm in the forgotten snow-covered town of Harmony. »

- Uncle Creepy

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Director Of Kidnapped Shooting New Horror In Hungary

10 February 2014 11:00 AM, PST | Twitch | See recent Twitch news »

Last week, shooting began on Miguel Ángel Vivas's new flick for Sony Pictures, Welcome to Harmony. Filming continues until early April in Budapest with Matthew Fox (Lost) and Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice) as the leads, while Ahna O'Reilly, Clara Lago and Quinn McColgan support.Alberto Marini and Vivas have adapted the story from the book Y Pese a Todo (And Despite Everything) by Juan de Dios Garduño. It's a post apocalyptic story set in a small, snowy Us town where the few remaining humans need to learn to live together and also fight against infected savage creatures and zombies to survive.  It's a co-production between Spain's Vaca Films, Ombra Films in the Us and Laokoon Films in Hungary. Televisión Española, Canal Plus, Canal Sur, Telefónica and...

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Lost, New Girl: The 5 worst lead characters on TV

24 January 2014 5:45 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Some shows are defined by their leads - you can't imagine 24 without Jack Bauer or Breaking Bad without Walter White - but for other series, their central character isn't so much an anchor as dead weight.

Dull, grating, sometimes just outshone by their co-stars - here's five shows we love with five leads we don't.

Ted Mosby on How I Met Your Mother

Ted Mosby is a jerk - sorry, but it's true. The format of How I Met Your Mother sort of makes Ted (Josh Radnor) the de facto lead, but his interminable search for The One is actually the least interesting part of the show. Give us Marshall or Barney any day - we've had enough of Ted mooning over Robin to last a lifetime.

Jack Shepherd on Lost

Lost had plenty of complex and compelling characters - Sawyer, Locke, Juliet, Ben - but Jack (Matthew Fox) is »

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'Justified' plays the prison blues: Why going to jail makes for dull TV

14 January 2014 8:39 AM, PST | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

The dirty devils of Harlan County’s underworld hollers are always going to jail, and that’s not always a good thing for lawman Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and Justified. Over the course of its four seasons, the FX drama has routinely sent its winning corps of low-life losers to the clink, including its most magnetic menace, Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), as well as weedy gimp Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) and Raylan’s bad daddy Arlo (Raymond Barry), who met his final fate there. Every time the show sends its troublemakers to the big house, I start counting the minutes »

- Jeff Jensen

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