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Quantico Scoop: Kelly Rutherford to Play Shelby's Mom in Multi-Episode Arc

Quantico Scoop: Kelly Rutherford to Play Shelby's Mom in Multi-Episode Arc
If that photo of Shelby’s parents in Sunday’s Quantico brought to mind headbands, the Upper East Side and precocious, privileged teenagers, here’s why: The picture featured Gossip Girl‘s Kelly Rutherford, who has been cast as Agent Wyatt’s presumed-dead (until recently) mother, TVLine has learned.

RelatedQuantico Ep Teases Another Nat’s Absence From Future Storyline

Rutherford will kick off her multiple-episode arc as Laura in next week’s Quantico; Laura’s husband Glenn, played by Almost Perfect‘s Kevin Kilner, will make his debut then, too. As those who watched this week’s installment are aware,
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New Elementary Season 4,Episode 14 Official Spoilers,Description Hit The Net

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Recently, CBS dropped the new,official synopsis/description for their upcoming "Elementary" episode 14 of season 4. The episode is entitled, "Who Is That Masked Man?" And it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and serious stuff take place as the real identity of Holme's mother gets revealed. We're also going to see Holmes and Watson go after some old lady who's suspected of slaughtering a couple of gang thugs to death, and more! In the new, 14th episode press release: Just As Holmes' Relationship With Morland Reaches Its Breaking Point, New Details About Sherlock's Mother Are Revealed. Press release number 2: When Holmes' investigation into the attempt on Morland's life, pushes their strained relationship to the breaking point, the identity of Sherlock's mother will get made known. Also, when three gang members are murdered, Holmes and Watson are going to be startled to find out that an
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New Good Wife Season 7,Episode 9 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

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Recently, CBS served up the new, official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Good Wife" episode 9 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "Discovery," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty interesting stuff go down as a racial profiling website case, becomes the main focus of Alicia and Lucca's latest defense case, and more. The episode is labeled, "Discovery." In the new, 9th episode press release: Alicia And Lucca Defend A Website Accused Of Racial Profiling, On "The Good Wife," Sunday, Nov. 29. Press release number 2: Alicia and Lucca will join forces with Louis Canning (Michael J. Fox) to defend a website against an accusation of racial profiling. Also, Eli and Ruth is going to worry about the nature of Alicia's relationship with Jason and how it could impact Peter's presidential campaign. Michael J. Fox Returns as Attorney Louis Canning. Guest stars feature: Nikki M. James (Monica
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New Person Of Interest Season 4,Episode 5 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Person Of Interest" episode 5 of season 4. The episode is entitled, "Prophets," and it turns out that we're going to see Captain Moreno serve up a direct order that takes Reese out of the game, and more! In the new, 5th episode press release: The team will have to protect a political pollster with a gift for numbers who is unaware that his own number has just come up. Press release number 2: Finch is going to be suspicious when a gifted political pollster’s number comes up at the same time that his typically ironclad predictions go wrong, and will believe that the two events are linked. In the meantime, Reese will get sidelined by a direct order from Captain Moreno. Actor ,Jason Ritter, guest stars as pollster Simon Lee. Guest stars will feature: Wrenn Schmidt (Iris), Kevin Kilner
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‘Paranoia’ Blu-ray Review

Stars: Liam Hemsworth, Gary Oldman, Harrison Ford, Amber Heard, Richard Dreyfuss, Josh Holloway, Embeth Davidtz, Julian McMahon, Kevin Kilner | Written by Jason Dean Hall, Barry L. Levy | Directed by Robert Luketic

Set in the cut-throat world of technology and corporate power Paranoia is an espionage thriller based on the book by Robert Finder, which sees the world’s two most powerful tech billionaires and bitter adversaries stopping at nothing to outwit and destroy each other’s business empires. But when a young rising star (Hemsworth) falls between them, he becomes trapped in the middle of the rivals’ life-and-death game of corporate espionage. By the time he realises his life is in danger, he is in far too deep and knows too much for them to let him just walk away…

It says a lot when a film starring Gary Oldman, Harrison Ford and Richard Dreyfuss makes it debut on DVD
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New Castle Season 6,Episode 19 Intense Spoiler Promo Clip Hit The Net

New Castle season 6,episode 19 intense spoiler promo clip hit the net. Last night, ABC served up the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "Castle" episode 19 of season 6, and it appears to be very intriguing and drama-filled as Castle and Beckett try to crack a Wall Street trader murder case, and more. The episode is titled, "The Greater Good." In the new episode 19, Castle and Beckett are going to end up, investigating the murder of a Wall Street trader. However, the case will take an extreme turn when they find out the victim was an undercover informant for the U.S. Attorney’s office. To make matters even more difficult, the U.S. attorney involved, will be Elizabeth Weston, who is Captain Gates’ estranged sister. Guest stars are going to include: Salli Richardson-Whitfield as U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Weston, Laurie Fortier as U.S. Attorney Stephanie Goldmark, Rosie Garcia as Maria Cordero,
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New Castle Season 6,Episode 19 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By ABC

New Castle season 6,episode 19 official spoilers,plotline revealed by ABC. Recently,ABC released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Castle" episode 19 of season 6. The episode is entitled, "The Greater Good," and it sounds quite intriguing as Castle and Beckett's latest case takes a very shocking turn, and more. In the new,19th episode press release: Castle and Beckett are going to investigate the murder of a Wall Street trader, but the case will take a shocking turn when the they discover the victim was an undercover informant for the U.S. Attorney’s office. To complicate matters even further, the U.S. attorney involved, is going to be Elizabeth Weston (guest star Salli Richardson-Whitfield, “Eureka”), who is Captain Gates’ estranged sister. Guest stars will feature: Salli Richardson-Whitfield as U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Weston, Laurie Fortier as U.S. Attorney Stephanie Goldmark, Rosie Garcia as Maria Cordero, and Kevin Kilner as Jamie Berman.
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Tales from the Crypt 2×07 – “The Sacrifice” Review

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There’s a reason I don’t usually remember the Tales From the Crypt episodes with no supernatural leanings – it’s because they’re bland. Look, every episode, you’ll find a single certainty: there’s going to be someone getting killed or someone deserving of some major cosmic comeuppance, and then they get their just desserts. It’s how Gaines structured the books. But taking away the supernatural element, makes damn sure that the whole reason for watching the show is gone; because there isn’t a monster that’s going to come back in the last act and take vengeance for the untimely death of the victim or victims in question. So, what you’re left with in the end, is just human cruelty without the comic book retribution that makes the death and gore so much easier to swallow. But the problem with
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In the Works: Harry Hamlin and Irina Bjorklund Set to Star in 'Erotic Fire of the Unattainable'

Amy Hobby and Anne Hubbell’s female-centric banner Tangerine Entertainment works hard to put women’s pictures front and center. They’re currently exec producing “The Erotic Fire of the Unattainable,” with Harry Hamlin (“Mad Men”) and Finnish superstar Irina Bjorklund (“The American”) set to star. Brazilian-born still photographer and short filmmaker Emilia Ferreira makes her feature directing debut with veteran cinematographer Lisa Rinzler (“Pollock”) shooting the feature in New York. Gay Walley adapted the screenplay from her book of aphorisms of the same title. Rounding out the cast are Edoardo Ballerini and Margot Bingham (both from “Boardwalk Empire”) and Kevin Kilner (“House of Cards”).Here’s the official synopsis:The Erotic Fire Of The Unattainable is an unflinching, slyly humorous journey through a woman's mind - a complicated, sensuous world of lovers and ex-husbands, travel and solitude, money and inner rebellion.
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Paranoia,” which is rated “PG-13” and opens on Aug. 16, 2013, also stars Gary Oldman, Amber Heard, Richard Dreyfuss, Josh Holloway, Embeth Davidtz, Lucas Till, Julian McMahon, Angela Sarafyan, Christine Marzano, Kevin Kilner, Charlie Hofheimer and Meredith Eaton from director Robert Luketic and writers Jason Dean Hall and Barry Levy.

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USA’s ‘Royal Pains’ Adds Francis Conroy For Season 5

Royal Pains, which stars Mark Feuerstein as the go-to Hamptons “doctor for hire”, has cast Frances Conroy (American Horror Story, Six Feet Under) in a multi-episode story arc for Season 5 of the USA Network series. She will star as Blythe Ballard, a member of the Hamptons “royalty” who lives in the estate next to Hank (Feuerstein) and Evan’s (Paulo Costanzo) residence, Shadow Pond. Also cast are Callum Blue (Smallville, The Tudors) in a recurring role and Stephen Bishop (Moneyball), Kevin Kilner (House Of Cards), and Liza Lapira (Don’t Trust the B— In Apartment 23) in guest-starring roles. Ben Shenkman has been upped to regular for the show’s 13-episode fifth season, which is set to premiere in the summer. Season 5 production began last week. It moves to Savannah, Ga, then internationally before returning to its Brooklyn and Long Island home base. The Universal Cable Prods-produced series is written
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Royal Pains Scoop: Frances Conroy Tapped for Multi-Episode Arc as HankMed's Rich [Spoiler]

Royal Pains Scoop: Frances Conroy Tapped for Multi-Episode Arc as HankMed's Rich [Spoiler]
Royal Pains‘ upcoming fifth season is shaping up to be a real horror story.

The USA Network dramedy has recruited American Horror Story‘s Frances Conroy for a multi-episode guest arc, TVLine has learned.

Conroy will play Blythe Ballard, a member of the Hamptons elite who lives next door to Hank and Evan’s Shadow Pond.

Related | Exclusive: Royal Pains Promotes Ben Shenkman to Series Regular for Season 5

After Hank treats Blythe for an arm injury, Evan is determined to make her one of HankMed’s regular clients. But she’s not so easily persuaded, and she’s got a
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'American Horror Story' Star Heads to USA's 'Royal Pains'

'American Horror Story' Star Heads to USA's 'Royal Pains'
USA Network's Royal Pains is bulking up for its upcoming fifth season. The summer drama has added American Horror Story's Frances Conroy for a multiple-episode arc, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Additionally, Smallville alum Callum Blue will recur and Stephen Bishop, Kevin Kilner and Liza Lapira will guest star on the Mark Feuerstein series. Photos: Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2013-14 Conroy -- who is confirmed to return for the third season of FX's horror anthology American Horror Story -- will play Blythe Ballard, a member of the Hamptons "royalty" who lives in the estate next to Hank (Feuerstein) and Evan's

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Lanford Wilson's 'Lemon Sky' revived off-Broadway

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If only Lanford Wilson's autobiographical "Lemon Sky" were completely of its time, in 1950s suburbia.

If only young gay men didn't have to hide who they are and be shunned by their parents, then this could be seen as a snapshot of an uglier time.

Yet this play about coming of age and being gay in San Diego in the 1950s remains relevant. Wilson, who died this year, was a Pulitzer winner, one of the founders of the off-off-Broadway scene and wrote many plays including "The Hot L Baltimore," "5th of July" and "Balm in Gilead." The Keen Company mounts the revival of "Lemon Sky" at the Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row, and when Wilson's work is staged, there's reason to pay attention. 

"Lemon Sky" is so raw in parts that it's painful to watch. Yet it's so well acted that it's riveting. Except when Alan breaks to talk to the audience,
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Film review: 'Home Alone 3'

Film review: 'Home Alone 3'
After the massive success of 1990's "Home Alone" and 1992's "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York", the nagging question remains, "Can there be life after Macaulay Culkin?"

The answer is yes. And no.

While "Home Alone 3" is a virtual Xerox of the oft-imitated "Home Alone" blueprint, young Alex D. Linz ("One Fine Day") makes for a highly charming lead and, as a whole, the John Hughes-penned script isn't as mean-spirited as the previous installment.

And, despite the relative sameness of it all, Hughes still manages to throw in a funny wrinkle here and there, keeping the high jinks humming.

But while the studio probably doesn't want to hear this, the secret of the franchise's success wasn't so much the endless pratfalls or good-vs.-evil through-line as it was the presence of Culkin, particularly the 8-year-old version, whose wide-eyed projection of innocence and mischief instantly made him America's favorite everykid.

Although the irresistible Linz certainly gets the job done (he's actually the better actor of the two), it just isn't "Home Alone" without Culkin's Kevin McCallister. As a result, while the Fox release should do solid holiday business, particularly with boys, it won't be reaching the lofty boxoffice heights of its predecessors.

The picture's rather drawn-out set up involves a group of black marketeers who pinch a top secret Defense Department computer chip and hide it in a toy car only to find out it has been misrouted to a sleepy Chicago suburb.

Of course, all audiences really are concerned about is how 8-year-old Alex Pruitt (Linz) will defend his home against the quartet of criminal masterminds (Olek Krupa, Rya Kihlstedt, David Thornton and Lenny Von Dohlen) who are determined to reclaim their booty by any means necessary.

Wisely, veteran editor and first-time director Raja Gosnell (he cut the two previous "Home Alone" editions) wastes little extra time in getting to the good stuff as we watch little Alex, who's been sidelined by the measels, turn everyday household objects into state-of-the-art booby traps.

While Hughes can pretty well write this stuff in his sleep by now (even his treatments of "101 Dalmatians" and "Flubber" boasted "Home Alone"-style battles), there are still moments of inventiveness to be found, manifested by the helpful presence of a pet white rat and an Amazon parrot. Then there's an extended and admittedly clever sequence involving a camcorder taped to said Remote Control toy car that will have thousands of kiddies hastily adding pricey Tyco Mutators to their Christmas lists.

In addition to Linz, the cast is fine, although it would have been nice if the quartet of interchangeable bad guys were given some individual traits. Catherine O'Hara lookalike Haviland Morris is fine as Alex's distracted mom, while stage great Marian Seldes as sour-faced neighbor Mrs. Hess has a firm grasp on that obligatory Hughes character -- the crotchety old person who ends up forming a special bond with the pint-sized protagonist.


20th Century Fox

A John Hughes production

Director: Raja Gosnell

Screenwriter: John Hughes

Producers: John Hughes, Hilton Green

Executive producer: Ricardo Mestres

Director of photographer: Julio Macat

Production designer: Henry Bumstead

Music: Nick Glennie-Smith

Costume designer: Jodie Tillen

Editors: Bruce Green, Malcolm Campbell, David Rennie Casting: Billy Hopkins, Suzanne Smith, Kerry Barden, Jennifer McNamara



Alex: Alex D. Linz

Karen Pruitt: Haviland Morris

Beaupre: Olek Krupa

Alice: Rya Kihlstedt

Unger: David Thornton

Jernigan: Lenny Von Dohlen

Jack Pruitt: Kevin Kilner

Mrs. Hess: Marian Seldes

Running time --103 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG

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