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7 Things We Learned From The Call Of Duty: WWII Reveal

It’s been roughly a decade since Call of Duty breached the battlefronts of the historic World Wars, but with the upcoming release of Call of Duty: WWII, that’s all about to change.

Set for release on November 3rd, 2017, Activision and developer Sledgehammer Games gave us an idea of what to expect earlier today, satiating fans with a realistic, gritty depiction of war. Suffice to say, the bombast of previous titles has been left well behind.

Though they obviously didn’t reveal too much – saving a lot of the juiciest details for E3, no doubt – here are 7 key things we learned from Activision’s presentation.

You’re Playing As A Young Texan Man

You’ll play as 19-year-old Private Red Daniels in WWII, a young boy from Texas who says goodbye to his family and is plunged into the heart of war.

Along the way, you’ll come face
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‘Bosch’ Casts Jeffrey Pierce; Diana Hopper Takes On ‘Goliath’

Jeffrey Pierce (The Tomorrow People) has booked a recurring role in Amazon’s drama series Bosch. He’ll play Trevor Dobbs, who is crisp, out of the military, but the military's not out of him. He’s a former lieutenant with a tight knit Special Forces group in Anwar Province. Based on Michael Connelly's bestselling Harry Bosch novels, Bosch stars Titus Welliver as the idiosyncratic, tough, jazz-loving cop. The third season, set to premiere in 2017, will draw from Connolly's…
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'Justified' producer on who lived and who died in the finale, and a Mags cameo that wasn't

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'Justified' producer on who lived and who died in the finale, and a Mags cameo that wasn't
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,
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Series finale review: 'Justified' - 'The Promise': Fire in the hole!

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Series finale review: 'Justified' - 'The Promise': Fire in the hole!
"Justified" has come to an end. Yesterday, I published some overall thoughts on the series. Tonight, I have an interview with Graham Yost about who lived, who died, and why, and I have a review of the series finale coming up just as soon as we identify the worst possible ice cream flavor... "We dug coal together." -Boyd Given all the plates left spinning at the end of "Collateral," Yost — who wrote the finale with longtime "Justified" writers Fred Golan, Dave Andron and Benjamin Cavell — could have very easily gone to FX and requested 90 minutes or more in order to properly wrap things up. Instead, "The Promise" clocks in at only a few minutes longer than average (there was at least one episode last season that was longer than this), and it all but concludes the season's many intersecting plotlines by the halfway point, even putting on "You'll Never Leave
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'The Tomorrow People' Episode 21 Photos: Race to Stop the 'Kill Switch'

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'The Tomorrow People' Episode 21 Photos: Race to Stop the 'Kill Switch'
"Kill Switch" - When the Tomorrow People learn the truth about the serum they were injected with, Stephen (Robbie Amell) and Cara (Peyton List) attempt to buy time for Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) while he tries to create a possible antidote. Growing impatient, Russell (Aaron Yoo) and the other rogue Tomorrow People make a rash decision to sacrifice Roger (Jeffrey Pierce) to Ultra for their own safety. Meanwhile, John (Luke Mitchell) is having a hard time figuring out his new role and the only one he can turn to for advice is Astrid (Madeleine Mantock).
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Jeffrey Pierce on why 'The Tomorrow People' finale warrants a second season

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Jeffrey Pierce on why 'The Tomorrow People' finale warrants a second season
(Cbr) With just three episodes left, The CW’s freshman sci-fi drama "The Tomorrow People" is working hard to earn a second season. From shake-ups at the villainous organization Ultra involving its mysterious Founder to the seeming alliance between Robbie Amell’s Stephen and his antagonistic uncle Jedekiah, the show is upending its status quo as it races toward the finale. But perhaps the biggest change coming to the series arrives tonight when Jeffrey Pierce’s Roger – the long-missing father of Stephen – returns from a cryogenic sleep with information that could mean the death of Ultra and a destiny for the Tomorrow People. Ahead of tonight’s “A Sort of Homecoming” episode, Spinoff Online spoke with Pierce about his long-gestating role, the perils of spending your days on ice, the clarity and chaos of Roger’s return, and why "The Tomorrow People’s" finale is working to justify a second season pickup.
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The Tomorrow People "Kill Switch" Promo Trailer

“When the Tomorrow People learn the truth about the serum they were injected with, Stephen (Robbie Amell) and Cara (Peyton List) attempt to buy time for Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) while he tries to create a possible antidote. Growing impatient, Russell (Aaron Yoo) and the other rogue Tomorrow People make a rash decision to sacrifice Roger (guest star Jeffrey Pierce) to Ultra for their own safety. Meanwhile, John (Luke Mitchell) is having a hard time figuring out his new role and the only one he can turn to for advice is Astrid (Madeleine Mantock).” LEEE777 - The Tomorrow People "Kill Switch" airs next Monday 9.8c on the CW Network.
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Jeffrey Pierce Talks The Tomorrow People, Signing on to the Show, His Character’s Transformative Return, and the Impossible Pressure of Saving the World

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The CW drama series The Tomorrow People follows a generation of humans born with paranormal abilities, who are the next evolutionary leap of mankind. Up until a year ago, Stephen Jameson (Robbie Amell) was a “normal” teenager, but then he learned that he is part of a genetically advanced race that is being hunted down by a paramilitary group of scientists known as Ultra. In Episode 20, “A Sort of Homecoming,” the return of Roger (Jeffrey Pierce) has everyone concerned about the consequences, if The Founder (Simon Merrells) were to find out. During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, actor Jeffrey Pierce talked about the impossible pressure on Roger to be the savior of the world, why he can’t just step back into life with his family, what he knew about his journey when he signed on to the show, how his return ends up transforming everyone, whether in good or bad ways,
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The Tomorrow People "A Sort of Homecoming" Promo Trailer

A Power Play — With the possible return of Roger (guest star Jeffrey Pierce) on the horizon, everyone is concerned about the consequences if The Founder (guest star Simon Merrells) were to find out. Stephen (Robbie Amell) now knows the truth about the machine The Founder has been using him to train in and needs John (Luke Mitchell) and Cara’s (Peyton List) help to destroy it. Meanwhile, Russell (Aaron Yoo) and other Tomorrow People have lost hope they will ever find The Refuge and choose to head out on their own. All new next Monday 9.8c on the CW Network. LEEE777 - The Tomorrow People, now rebooted and remade worldwide for the masses from the CW Network. I got to say its a fun show and needs to be covered more at Cbm.com, as like Alphas and Heroes your in for a wild super ride.
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'The Tomorrow People' Episode 20 Photos: Will Stephen Destroy the Machine?

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'The Tomorrow People' Episode 20 Photos: Will Stephen Destroy the Machine?
"A Sort of Homecoming" - With the possible return of Roger (Jeffrey Pierce) on the horizon, everyone is concerned about the consequences if The Founder (Simon Merrells) were to find out. Stephen (Robbie Amell) now knows the truth about the machine The Founder has been using him to train in and needs John (Luke Mitchell) and Cara?s (Peyton List) help to destroy it. Meanwhile, Russell (Aaron Yoo) and other Tomorrow People have lost hope they will ever find The Refuge and choose to head out on their own.
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'The Tomorrow People' Episode 19 Photos: Is a Truce with Ultra Possible?

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'The Tomorrow People' Episode 19 Photos: Is a Truce with Ultra Possible?
"Modus Vivendi" - Stephen?s (Robbie Amell) hard work as a double agent seems to be paying off with a potential truce between the Tomorrow People and Ultra. Still untrusting, Cara (Peyton List) sends Russell (Aaron Yoo) to meet with The Founder (Simon Merrells). Jedikiah (Mark Pellegrino) is now on the run and is desperate to keep Ultra from discovering his secret. Meanwhile, with the help of Hillary (Alexa Vega), Stephen tries to contact his dad (Jeffrey Pierce) once again.
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Realism through Identity: Clothing in The Last of Us

If you have played The Last of Us on Playstation 3 it has likely ruined video gaming for you. The world created is so vivid and believable that every game afterward just feels dated and empty.

Throughout, The Last of Us is unwaveringly real, full of seemingly inconsequential details such as every weapon or object you carry being attached or able to fit into your character’s backpack. Contrast this with Grand Theft Auto V where a rocket launcher appears out of your trouser pocket and it’s clear that if game developers really want to create a living, breathing parallel to reality they need to treat it as reality – no short cuts.

Actor Troy Baker who motion-capped and provided the voice for The Last of Us’ main protagonist Joel.

We would not recommend reading this article until you have played the game from beginning to end, so there is perhaps
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DVD Release: The Stranger Within

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Digital & DVD Release Date: Sept. 3, 2013

Price: DVD $22.99

Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

2013 thriller film The Stranger Within is not to be confused with all the other movies with the same name that were released before it. It might have been better if Sony had kept the original name of The Stranger Inside.

Whatever you call it, the R-rated film stars William Baldwin (Backdraft) and Estella Warren (See You in September) as a couple relaxing in a vacation home on a remote Mediterranean island after a traumatic ordeal. Their first night in the house, they’re interrupted by a girl (Sarah Butler, I Spit On Your Grave) who has blood on her hands. The couple quickly discover she also likes playing mind games.

The Stranger Within is the first feature film written and directed by Adam Neutzsky-Wulff (TV’s 2900 Happiness) and stars Katia Winter (TV’s Dexter) and Jeffrey Pierce (TV
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Exclusive: The Stranger Within Trailer

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Exclusive: The Stranger Within Trailer
A couple's dream vacation on a remote island quickly becomes a nightmare in our exclusive trailer for The Stranger Within, debuting on DVD September 3 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. William Baldwin and Estella Warren star as Robert and Emily Moore, who encounter a deranged woman (Sarah Butler) covered in blood. While they try to help her, the couple slowly begin to realize their lives may be in danger. Take a look at our exclusive trailer, then read the official press release for more details.

The perfect couple becomes the perfect target in the sexy, psychological thriller The Stranger Within, available on DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on September 3rd.

William Baldwin (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Sliver) and Estella Warren (The Cooler, Planet of the Apes) sizzle as a young married couple whose dream vacation on a remote Mediterranean island becomes a living nightmare when they meet a mysterious woman (Sarah Butler,
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Before You Sever All Ties with Cult Watch this Preview of Episode 1.12 - 1987

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"Cult"'s brief run on The CW comes to an end this Friday night with Episodes 1.12 and 1.13, "1987" and "Executive Producer Steven Rea," respectively. Will Jeff and Skye find the answers they're looking for? Check out this preview for clues.

"Cult" Episode 1.12 - "1987" (airs 7/12/13, 8-9 pm)

Jeff And Skye Remain In Hiding From The True Believers — Stuart (guest star Jeffrey Pierce) tasks Nate (guest star James Pizzinato, “Alcatraz”) with deciphering the copy of Kellian’s manuscript, but Cameron (guest star Eric Lange) remains skeptical that Nate can uncover the answers about the Moon Hill parents.

Nate asks Allegra (guest star Sheila Vand, Argo) to get a message to Jeff if she makes it out alive. Nate reveals to Stuart that 32 followers disappeared from Moon Hill and gives Stuart a phone number that he found repeated in the manuscript’s code. Jeff and Skye remain in hiding from the True Believers now
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Time for a Quick Preview of Cult Episode 1.10 - The Prophecy of St. Clare

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Did you remember to watch "Cult" this past Friday? Two more episodes air on July 5th, and here's a preview of Ep. 1.10, "The Prophecy of St. Clare," which is paired with Ep. 1.11, "Flip the Script."

"Cult" Episode 1.10 - "The Prophecy of St. Clare" (airs 7/5/13, 8-9 pm)

Jeff And Skye Continue Their Search For Nate - On the set of the television show “Cult,” Skye (Jessica Lucas) consoles Edie MacDonald (guest star Shauna Johannesen), the actress who plays Meadow, after she confesses to being spooked by a pair of figurines she recognizes from her childhood. Jeff (Matt Davis) and Skye pay a visit to Edie’s mother (guest star Teryl Rothery, “Kyle Xy”). Peter (guest star Ben Hollingsworth) continues to spy on Skye.

Meanwhile, on the television show, Billy (Robert Knepper) nears his breaking point. Matt Barber directed the episode written by Lindsay Jewett Sturman.

"Cult" Episode 1.11 - “Flip the Script
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Synopses Arrive for the Final Two Episodes of The CW's Cult - 1987 and Executive Producer Steven Rea

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Planning to catch the last few episodes of "Cult" when they air on The CW beginning June 28th? We're gonna give it another go; if you are too, here are synopses for "1987" and "Executive Producer Steven Rea," airing July 12th.

"Cult" Episode 1.12 - "1987" (airs 7/12/13, 8-9 pm)

Jeff And Skye Remain In Hiding From The True Believers — Stuart (guest star Jeffrey Pierce) tasks Nate (guest star James Pizzinato, “Alcatraz”) with deciphering the copy of Kellian’s manuscript, but Cameron (guest star Eric Lange) remains skeptical that Nate can uncover the answers about the Moon Hill parents.

Nate asks Allegra (guest star Sheila Vand, Argo) to get a message to Jeff if she makes it out alive. Nate reveals to Stuart that 32 followers disappeared from Moon Hill and gives Stuart a phone number that he found repeated in the manuscript’s code. Jeff and Skye remain in hiding from the True Believers
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Indie Beat: Becker's Farm Gets a Cast

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Today in Indie Beat, the World War II drama based on the adaptation of the 2006 book of the same name gets it's first batch of cast members signed on for the project. Come inside to check out the full casting announcement.

Here at Cinelinx we like to talk about all aspects of filmmaking and movie news. To that end, we have Indie Beat where we highlight some of the latest news, trailers, and PR releases from the indie filmmaker scene. So if you're an independent filmmaker and want some coverage on our site, be sure to drop us a line at jordan@cinelinx.com.

Jeffrey Pierce, Rachel Blanchard, Chad Lindberg, Spencer Treat Clark, Bill Smitrovich, Stelio Savante, Ed Lauter and John Savage have joined the cast of Becker’s Farm.

Based on the William V Timmons 2006 novel, Becker’S Farm is the story of a WWII German prisoner of war
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Two More Cult Episodes Airing July 5th: #1.10 - The Prophecy of St. Clare and #1.11 - Flip the Script

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The CW is burning off the last few episodes of "Cult" two at a time this summer, and synopses for "The Prophecy of St. Clare" and "Flip the Script," airing July 5th, have arrived.

"Cult" Episode 1.10 - "The Prophecy of St. Clare" (airs 7/5/13, 8-9 pm)

Jeff And Skye Continue Their Search For Nate - On the set of the television show “Cult,” Skye (Jessica Lucas) consoles Edie MacDonald (guest star Shauna Johannesen), the actress who plays Meadow, after she confesses to being spooked by a pair of figurines she recognizes from her childhood. Jeff (Matt Davis) and Skye pay a visit to Edie’s mother (guest star Teryl Rothery, “Kyle Xy”). Peter (guest star Ben Hollingsworth) continues to spy on Skye.

Meanwhile, on the television show, Billy (Robert Knepper) nears his breaking point. Matt Barber directed the episode written by Lindsay Jewett Sturman.

"Cult" Episode 1.11 - “Flip the Script” (airs
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Snap to it and Watch This Preview of Cult Episode 1.07 - Suffer the Children

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We could make a few jokes about the title of the upcoming Episode 1.07 of "Cult" (it's "Suffer the Children" so draw your own conclusions about how "suffering" might figure into them), but instead of kicking the show while it's down, we'll just point you in the direction of the ep's preview.

"Cult" Episode 1.07 - "Suffer the Children" (airs 4/5/13, 9-10 pm)

Brigid Brannagh (“Army Wives”) Guest Stars In The Episode — E.J. (guest star Stacey Farber, “Degrassi: The Next Generation”) slips Jeff (Matt Davis) a copy of Sakelik’s (guest star Aisha Hinds, “Weeds”) police personnel file, which reveals that Sakelik was taken into custody by Child Protective Services 25 years ago after being found with other abandoned children at a house in Arrowhead.

Jeff and Skye (Jessica Lucas) locate the house and question the owner, Annabelle (guest star Brigid BrannaghArmy Wives. Sakelik tracks Jeff and Skye to the house, and
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