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The Fosters: Vincent Ventresca to Recur in Freeform TV Show

The Fosters has some new company. Deadline reports Vincent Ventresca will recur on season five of the Freeform TV show.The drama centers on an interracial lesbian couple, Stef and Lena, who are raising a blended family of foster, biological, and adopted kids in San Diego. The cast includes Teri Polo, Sherri Saum, Hayden Byerly, Noah Centineo, David Lambert, Maia Mitchell, and Cierra Ramirez.Read More…
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‘The Fosters’ Casts Vincent Ventresca; Dena Tyler Takes ‘The Path’

Vincent Ventresca (The Invisible Man)is set for a recurring role in Season 5B of Freeform’s family drama series The Fosters. Executive produced by Jennifer Lopez, The Fosters centers on a multi-ethnic family mix of adopted and biological teenage kids being raised by two moms. Ventresca will play Henry Mullen, Grace's father, an absentee dad, who is determined to visit his daughter despite copious amounts of friction with his ex-wife. Known for his starring role on sci-fi…
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26 Very Weird Things You Realize Watching Romy and Michele's High School Reunion Now

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It's been 20 years since the 10-year reunion at the heart of Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, and it shows. Rewatching the movie now isn't just opening up a Pandora's box of '90s nostalgia; it's a burst of realizations that some weird sh*t happens in this movie . . . or at least, some weird sh*t happened in the '90s. To mark the anniversary of the movie - and let me say again, damn, it came out 20 years ago (which means Romy and Michele graduated 30 years ago), I rewatched it, and I have some thoughts. Please check out my brainwaves if at any time you also loved this movie. Related24 Movies That Are Turning 20 Years Old This Year Romy and Michele live in the greatest apartment in Venice Beach. Is this when Venice was affordable? Because Michele doesn't even have a job. They're watching Pretty Woman. This holds up.
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Vincent Ventresca Joins ‘Wicked City’; Kimrie Lewis-Davis In Nicole Byer Project

Vincent Ventresca has joined the cast of ABC's upcoming series Wicked City in a recurring role. He’ll play Jimmy, ex-boyfriend of Betty (Erika Christensen). The series re-teams the veteran actor with Jeremy Sisto, his co-star in Break Point and also stars Jk Simmons, Amy Smart and David Walton. Ventresca is best known for his lead role in the cult classic series The Invisible Man, recently been picked up by Hulu. He is also known for his memorable role as Fun Bobby on Frie…
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Break Point trailer starring Jeremy Sisto, David Walton, Amy Smart & J.K. Simmons

Jimmy Price is a reckless man-child on the last leg of his career as a doubles tennis player. When his latest partner drops him, he realizes he’s officially burned all of his bridges on the pro circuit. He decides to make one last ditch effort to revive his career, reaching outside of the tennis world and convincing his childhood partner — his estranged brother Darren, now an apathetic substitute teacher, to team up with him. The mismatched pair, with the help of a unique 11-year-old named Barry, make an unlikely run at a grand slam tournament and are forced to re-discover their game, and their brotherhood. Director: Jay Karas Written by: Gene Hong & Jeremy Sisto Starring: Jeremy Sisto, David Walton, Joshua Rush, J.K. Simmions, Amy Smart, Vincent Ventresca and Adam Devine Official site: Official Facebook: Official Twitter:
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Watch: Trailer For Tennis Comedy 'Break Point' Starring Jeremy Sisto, J.K. Simmons, Amy Smart, And More

Sports as metaphor and conduit for personal change is not a new thing in cinema, but it's not too often we see tennis courts used for this thematic backdrop, nor for the setting of a comedy. But "Break Point" just does that. And after spending some time on the festival circuit last year, including a debut at SXSW, the movie is now headed to theaters and a new trailer has arrived. TV comedy veteran Jay Karas directs Jeremy Sisto, David Walton, Joshua Rush, J.K. Simmons, Amy Smart, Vincent Ventresca and Adam Devine in this film about a fading tennis champ who teams up with estranged brother for one last run at glory. Here's the official synopsis: Jimmy Price is a reckless man-child on the last leg of his career as a doubles tennis player. When his latest partner drops him, he realizes he’s officially burned all of his bridges on the pro circuit.
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First Trailer for Tennis Comedy 'Break Point' Featuring J.K. Simmons

"You have nothing to lose!" Broad Green Pictures has debuted the official trailer for Break Point, a tennis comedy not to be confused with Point Break, the remake due in theaters this December (which looks just awful). Break Point is a totally different kind of film starring J.K. Simmons as well as Jeremy Sisto, David Walton, Amy Smart, Joshua Rush, Vincent Ventresca, Chris Parnell, Adam Devine. The film is about estranged brothers who team up to take on a tennis grand slam tournament, with their family in tow. It doesn't look half bad, another sports triumph family comedy that has its sweet moments. Enjoy! Here's the first official trailer for Jay Karas' comedy Break Point, in high def from Apple: Jimmy Price is a reckless man-child on the last leg of his career as a doubles tennis player. When his latest partner drops him, he realizes he's officially burned
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SXSW Film Review: ‘Break Point’

SXSW Film Review: ‘Break Point’
Undeniably likable in its own breezy, resolutely unambitious way, Jay Karas’ tennis laffer “Break Point” manages to generate decent laughs, even if its reliance on indie-comedy formula borders on the pathological. Starring a well-matched Jeremy Sisto (who also has story credit, alongside scripter Gene Hong) and David Walton as two odd-couple brothers and doubles partners, the film ought to attract modest distrib interest, although its prospects are far more regional tournament than Grand Slam-sized.

Sisto plays Jimmy, a 35-year-old man-child journeyman (journeyman-child?) tennis pro whose career is already a few years past its expiration date. Thanks to his Ilie Nastase-like court demeanor and Pat Rafter-style approach to pregame drinking, he’s just lost his doubles partner (Cy Amundson), and he’s become enough of a circuit joke that no one else will agree to play with him as he looks to make one last go for a major tournament.
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SXSW Exclusive: Jeremy Sisto Wants To Be A Better Tennis Partner In Clip From Comedy 'Break Point'

What does it take to be a good partner? Openness, communication, an active interest in what's important to the person you're with. It's good advice for your love life, but as Jeremy Sisto finds out in "Break Point," those tips work well on the tennis court too.  Director Jay Karas, who has logged time behind the camera on "Workaholics," "Parks & Recreation," "Raising Hope" and "After Lately," makes his feature debut here rounding up a pretty solid ensemble including David Walton, Joshua Rush, J.K. Simmons, Amy Smart, Adam DeVine, Chris Parnell, Vincent Ventresca, Cy Amundson and Jenny Wade. Co-written by and starring Sisto, the story follows a former tennis pro that has burned his bridges, who makes one last swing at the big time, and rounds up his estranged brother to once again join him on the court. And in this exclusive clip, we see both how far they've been apart,
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Jeremy Sisto and David Walton to star in indie comedy 'Break Point'

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A "Suburgatory" dad is heading to the tennis court. Jeremy Sisto is set to star along with "New Girl"s David Walton in the indie comedy "Break Point," Deadline reports. The film -- based on a story by Gene Hong ("Community") and Sisto -- centers on two estranged brothers (Sisto and Walton) who come together as doubles tennis partners to make a run at a grand slam tournament.

Also starring Amy Smart, Joshua Rush, Jk SimmonsVincent Ventresca, Chris Parnell, Jenny Wade, Mo Collins, Jerry Minor, Kate Flannery, and Cy Amundson, the indie film just kicked off production in Los Angeles with Jay Karas directing in his feature debut and Sisto producing. 

Sisto currently stars on ABC's "Suburgatory," which was recently renewed for a third season. The half-hour comedy returns midseason. Walton will star in NBC's upcoming series, "About A Boy," which is also set to debut midseason.
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Flying Monkeys Attack Syfy This Weekend

This weekend while Disney is hoping you’ll flock in droves to see Sam Raimi’s Oz: The Great and Powerful, Syfy will be premiering a new Oz-inspired creature feature that I suspect Sam Raimi would approve of: Flying Monkeys!

Robert Rodriguez’s niece-in-law Electra Avellan (aka one of the babysitter twins from Grindhouse), TV’s “The Invisible ManVincent Ventresca, and actor stuntman Alvin Chon star in the Syfy Original Movie about a teenage girl living in Gale, Kansas, who gets a new pet monkey that turns out to be an evil, flying shapeshifter.

Visual effects supervisor Robert Grasmere makes his directorial debut with this new spin on the creatures made famous as the Wicked Witch of the West’s henchmonsters. What, if anything, this Syfy flick has to do with the Land of Oz outside of mean monkeys with wings remains to be seen.

You can see Flying Monkeys this Saturday night,
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Syfy Celebrates Moving Past its Teen Years With a 20th Anniversary Special

They grow up so fast. It seems like only yesterday that the SciFi Channel was a toddler, and now look at it. It changed its name as a teen, getting all independent and calling itself Syfy, and is now moving into its twenties with confidence. It’s even throwing its own birthday party:

Syfy Will Celebrate Two Decades Of Imaginative Entertainment With Star-studded Syfy 20th Anniversary Special, Premiering Monday, December 10 At 9Pm Features Talent From Alphas, Battlestar Galactica, Being Human, Caprica, Defiance, Eureka, Farscape, Haven, Lost Girl, Sanctuary, Stargate: SG1 And Warehouse 13 Plus Hosts Of Destination Truth, Face Off, Ghost Hunters And Total Blackout

New York – November 27, 2012 – Happy Birthday, Syfy! On Monday, December 10 at 9Pm (Et/Pt), the Channel will celebrate two decades of award-winning, imaginative entertainment programming during the star-studded Syfy 20th Anniversary Special.

From iconic series such as Farscape, Battlestar Galactica and Warehouse 13 to Ghost Hunters,
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[Review] Answers to Nothing

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So much happens in Matthew Leutwyler’s Answers to Nothing, but how much is actually relevant? An adulterous husband with a rockstar mistress and lawyer wife, a police detective best friend and her key suspect in a child kidnapping case, a recently graduated police officer and his grade school teacher neighbor, a racist black television writer and the soundboard mixer she meets while walking their dogs, and a recovering alcoholic caring for her brain dead brother all cross paths in Los Angeles. Southern California hides their secrets and opens them up to the tragedy of life and the mistakes made every second of every day. They try so hard to ignore the people around them, but what’s the point of living in a community if society refuses to watch out for each other?

This appears to be the main question Leutwyler and co-writer Gillian Vigman asks. Through the transgressions
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Dollhouse 2.10 "The Attic" Recap

Welcome to" The Attic"! Prepare to have your mind frakked…

What could possibly be one of the most complicated episodes of Dollhouse to date in terms of plot twists and technical jargon, "The Attic" delivered… and left me scratching my head. Bad thing? Hell No!!!! Let's get to it!

The Set Up

We pick up right were we left off with Echo being tended to by a female Attic representative, who is injecting tubes and wires into Echo. When the attendant leaves, Echo starts to spasm and flatlines!!!! When the female representative returns with another representative, the two remove the tubes and Saran Wrap from Echo and she awakes and dispatches both of them quickly. She breaks out her room and attacks the first person she sees for info on the whereabouts of Victor and Sierra. The guy tells her that they use real names in the Attic, which for Echo is Caroline Farrell.
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Photos – Dollhouse 2.09 and 2.10

Dollhouse will be coming to an end in January, but Fox will be airing a two-hour episode on December 18th and has released promo photos and a synopsis. Check them out below.

Victor’S Past Is Revealed And Echo Is Trapped In Her Worst Nightmare On An All-new “Dollhouse” Friday, December 18, On Fox As his contract with the Dollhouse expires, Victor is released back into the world, where his military past threatens his future with Sierra. Meanwhile, Echo is deemed too dangerous and is sent into her worst nightmare in the all-new “Stop-Loss/The Attic” episode of Dollhouse airing Friday, Dec. 18 (8:00-10:00 Pm Et/Pt) on Fox. (Dol-209/210) (TV-14 D, L, V) Cast: Eliza Dushku as Echo; Tahmoh Penikett as Paul Ballard; Olivia Williams as Adelle DeWitt; Harry Lennix as Boyd Langton; Fran Kranz as Topher Brink; Enver Gjokaj as Victor; Dichen Lachman as Sierra Guest Cast: Liza Lapira
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TV Recap: ‘Dollhouse: Belonging’

Well, cut me open and splay my innards. This episode was awesome. Written by Joss Whedon’s little brother Jed and his wife Maurissa Tancharoen, this episode Topher develops morals and Sierra kills a client. Also, this episode was directed by Jonathan Frakes (of Star Trek The Next Generation) making it all around awesome.

The last time I recapped Dollhouse, I was pretty harsh saying the show has to give me something worth saving it for. Now I can say that for episodes like this one, its worth saving this show for more of this kind of stuff.

We open on Sierra displaying some of her art on the beach, when Dr. Nolan Kinnard (Vincent Ventresca) comes up to her and asks her out. Flash forward to a gallery showing of Sierra/Priya’s work. Priya wants to leave with Victor who has been imbued with the consciousness of an Italian Art Dealer.
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CinemaSpy's Week-End TV Recap (Oct. 24)

Our reviews for this past week are down a couple of shows, thanks primarily to baseball. Fringe was a no-show on account of the former, and Supernatural offered us a repeat of this season's premiere.

That said, we've got some new entries in the mix, which we'll be continuing as well. Blaine Kyllo chimes in with his thoughts on this past week's episodes of House, 30 Rock and Dollhouse (the latter of which returned to the airwaves after a one week absence).

With choices reduced on account of America's favorite pastime, viewers had a second look at shows they might have otherwise missed the first go-round, in their quest for something to watch, and this benefited FlashForward, which earned its best audience since its second week, picking up a 6.2 rating/10 share.

Meanwhile, according to the stats, Fringe, which has been a big ratings loser in its sophomore season, saw an uptick the week ending Oct.
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Dollhouse 2.04 "Belonging" Recap

Oh. My. God.

Dollhouse was phenomenal last night. Words cannot describe the mind rush I got while viewing the show and I just want to say to all the naysayers: If you still feel that Dollhouse is not going anywhere story wise, then there is something seriously wrong with you in the department of storytelling.

Sierra’s backstory answered a lot of questions, posed more questions in the process, and almost clearly laid part of the foundation for “Epitaph One”.

The show starts with a disillusioned vision of a bloody Topher repeating the phrase “I was just trying to help her…” a couple of times.

One-Year Prior

Then we flashback to Sierra in her pre-Dollhouse days, where we knew her as Priya, working at a novelty stand taking pictures and selling her art. A guy walks up to the stand and we recognize him, as the guy who Sierra went to confront during Dr.
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CBS hooks Ryan for 'Shark'

Jeri Ryan has been cast in CBS' drama pilot Shark, Tom Cavanagh has joined CBS' comedy pilot My Ex-Life, and Illeana Douglas has come on board ABC's comedy pilot Women of a Certain Age. In other casting news, Xander Berkeley has joined ABC's drama pilot Women in Law, Marnette Patterson has come on board ABC's comedy pilot Southern Comfort, and Vincent Ventresca has been cast in Fox's comedy pilot Julie Reno, Bounty Hunter. Shark, from 20th Century Fox TV and Imagine TV, centers on a celebrity attorney-turned-prosecutor (James Woods). Ryan will portray Jessica, a district attorney and the new boss of Woods' character.

Meyer wedded to ABC comedy; Friedle in 'House'

Meyer wedded to ABC comedy; Friedle in 'House'
Breckin Meyer has been tapped as the lead in ABC's untitled Tom Hertz comedy pilot, while Will Friedle has been cast in the title role in Fox's comedy pilot Jack's House. Meanwhile, Vincent Ventresca has nabbed the title role in UPN's drama pilot presentation Vegas Dick, David Burke has been added to the cast of CBS' untitled Nicole Sullivan comedy pilot, and Elizabeth Reagan has been cast in NBC's untitled Whoopi Goldberg comedy pilot. The untitled Hertz project, from 20th Century Fox TV and Brad Grey TV, centers on an introverted New Yorker (Meyer) who marries into a large, gregarious family from Kansas. Jack's House, from 20th TV, centers on a twentysomething guy (Friedle) whose plan to settle down after buying a house is complicated by his partying roommates and his girlfriend.

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