Shiny! Gina Torres has been cast in the title role of The Death of Eva Sofia Valdez TV series pilot at ABC. Torres is famous around these here parts for being a big, damn hero on Firefly, which was cancelled by Fox after 14 episodes (11 aired), in December 2002.
The cast of The Death of Eva Sofia Valdez also includes: Raul Castillo, Alison Fernandez, Zabryna Guevara, Marta Milans, Christian Ochoa, and Christina Pickles. Devious Maids' Charise Castro Smith is writing and will executive produce with Michele Fazekas and Tara Butters, of Marvel's Agent Carter and the cancelled Resurrection TV series.
The buzzy show was chock full of drama and laughs last season and featured quite a large cast of characters. Some of those characters came with backstories and flashbacks, so, If you're like us, you might need a little refresher.
We've got it covered. Before you settle in for Season Two, reacquaint yourself with the characters of "Orange Is the New Black" right here:
Photos courtesy of Jill Greenberg for Netflix
Los Angeles—A “VIP” reception Saturday for an art exhibition opening called “All in for the 99%” doubled as Tenacious D’s first hometown gig since announcing its third studio album, “Rize of the Fenix.”
“Occupy the Afterparty,” the invitation urged. “You absolutely must be on the list to attend.”
The comedy-rock duo rose to the occasion—which included several
So what do you give the multi-billionaire who has everything? An untouched, slightly jarring portrait, filling almost the entire cover.
Every freckle, mole, follicle, pore and eye-vein seems highlighted on poor Zuckerberg's mug, which, adding insult to injury, is locked in a bit of a vacant stare. It's almost reminiscent of The Atlantic's 2008 John McCain cover, where photographer Jill Greenberg infamously edited the presidential nominee in an unflattering light.
But Time seems to like Zuckerberg. They did choose him over WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who many expected to earn the magazine's highest acknowledgment.
Zuckerberg joins the eclectic ranks of winners, including recent title-holders Ben Bernanke, Barack Obama and "you" -- as well as historical selections like 1938 cover boy Adolf Hitler.
This is because the clip, which appeared yesterday on the foppish faux-hippies’ official Web site, is basically just six loooong minutes of super-scarring, deeply psychic child abuse. The kind you need decades of therapy to un-scrub from your brain. You know, the awesome kind.
Starring a precocious tyke (certainly no older than two), who for the duration of the video is positively brutalized by visions of terrifying, maw-dripping monsters, it’s both incredibly unsettling and incredibly provocative, recalling both the sorta-twisted Saturday morning visions of Sid and Marty Krofft’s “H.R. Pufnstuf” and the definitely twisted photography of Jill Greenberg, only, you know, on drugs. And with some flames and animation and an on-screen quote incorrectly attributed to Mark Twain.
And while all that is amazing,
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