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Last week we got word that E. Roger Mitchell would be portraying District 11 tribute Chaff in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and now we know who's playing his partner, Seeder. Read on for the details, and look for more soon. Just 13 more tributes to go!
The part of Seeder has gone to Maria Howell, an actor, singer, and voiceover artist.
Per The Hunger Games on Facebook, Howell has appeared in Lifetime’s hit shows “Army Wives” and “Drop Dead Diva”, The CW’s “The Vampire Diaries”, Fox’s “Past Life”, and more as well as the acclaimed theatrical release The Blind Side, starring Sandra Bullock. She now joins the regular cast of the TV series “Revolution,” airing this fall on NBC.
- The Woman In Black
2012 marks the 25th anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek: The Next Generation. For those of us who were around back then, there was genuine concern that it would only air for one season, so we taped, on videocassettes on our VCRs (ask your parents), every episode just in case each one would only air once. Happily we were wrong, and the series went on for a total of seven seasons, not to mention being the basis for four Star Trek movies.
In honor of the anniversary, the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo will have a number of special events, the biggest of which will be “Star Trek Tng EXPOsed,” a panel featuring all nine of the original cast members. Tickets go on sale soon; here’s the press release:
Original Cast Of Star Trek: The Next Generation® will be coming together for a special reunion at the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo April 27-29, 2012 in Calgary, »
- Erin Willard
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