8 items from 2014
Another new cast member has been announced for Season 2 of "Under the Dome," and while details are scarce, we thought fans of the show would be interested in keeping up with the latest so read on to see who it is!
Per Lilja's Library, home of all things related to Stephen King, Dwayne Boyd (The Hunger Games, "Resurrection," "Sleepy Hollow") has been tapped for the role of Greg, who will first appear in Episode 2.05.
The popular CBS summer series returns on Monday, June 30th.
"Under the Dome" stars Mike Vogel (Barbie), Colin Ford (Joe), Alexander Koch (Junior), Rachelle Lefevre (Julia), Natalie Martinez (Linda), Dean Norris (Big Jim), Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie), and Britt Robertson (Angie). But no telling how long any of them will stick around as it's »
- Debi Moore
Frankie Ballard's Acm Awards suit is more than just a suit. It's a personal celebration of his song "Helluva Life" hitting No. 1. When asked by People what the story was on his rhinestoned suit, Ballard responded: "It's a Manuel and I've always wanted one. It's classic country. I had a No. 1 with "Helluva Life" and I wanted to blow it out and do something special so I went and got this ... What better place to wear this than Las Vegas?" Photos: Lol! Luke & Blake's Naughtiest ACMs One-LinersBallard was promoting his suit on social media as well. Walkin the Red Carpet »
- Alex Heigl
It’s a little tiring whenever there’s a new character on Under the Dome, especially when you first hear about them through casting announcements. They all seem to sound the same. X has been living under the dome this entire time and X might be connected to the dome and yadda yadda yadda I don’t care. I would say Under the Dome has dug itself into a hole in regards to creating new characters, but it’s more like it’s run into an invisible wall that’s surrounded it on all sides like some kind of… well, I think you know what I mean. However, there is an upside to all of this.
Dwight Yoakam is a fun guy to have around, whether he’s playing music or acting. He’s a little over the top sometimes, but in an underwhelming kind of way (if that makes sense). According to EW, »
- Brody Gibson
Dwight Yoakam is certainly best known as a country singer, but he has several acting credits under his belt (Crank: High Voltage, Panic Room, Sling Blade, and "Wilfred" to name a few) and is about to add another.
Per TV Guide, Yoakam has joined the cast of CBS's "Under the Dome" for Season 2 and will play Lyle Chumley, who runs Chester's Mill's barbershop, the Two Scissors.
Lyle has a complicated history with Big Jim (Dean Norris), having once been romantically linked with his dead wife, Pauline (Sherry Stringfield). Like Pauline, Lyle has a mysterious connection to the Dome and very well may know the answer to its origins.
- Debi Moore
In fact, his character has been there the entire time! In season two of CBS’ summer breakout drama, the actor-musician will play Lyle Chumley, who runs the Chester’s Mill’s barbershop. We’re told Chumley “has a complicated history with Big Jim — having once been romantically linked with his dead wife, Pauline. Lyle also has a mysterious connection to the Dome, and very well may know the answer to its origins.”
Yoakam will appear in multiple episodes as a recurring guest star in season 2, which gets underway June 30. The Grammy-winning Kentucky native »
- James Hibberd
CBS' Under the Dome is adding another rival for Dean Norris' Big Jim. Grammy-winner Dwight Yoakam has boarded the summer drama from Neal Baer and Brian K. Vaughan, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Yoakam will appear in multiple episodes of the series based on Stephen King's best-seller, playing barbershop owner Lyle Chumley. The character has a complicated history with Big Jim and was once romantically linked to his late wife, Pauline (ER's Sherry Stringfield). Lyle -- oddly like Pauline -- also has a mysterious connection to the Dome and very well may know the answer to its origins. Photos: Broadcast
- Lesley Goldberg
Louisville, Kentucky’s flagship Forecastle Festival has announced its lineup, which includes Outkast, Beck and Jack White as headliners. Check out the full lineup below. In its 12th year, the three-day festival returns to Waterfront Park and runs July 18-20. The festival has also secured the sought-after Replacements reunion, which so far will only appear at Coachella and Shaky Knees. Ray Lamontagne, Band of Horses, Spoon, Against Me!, Local Natives, Gary Clark Jr. and Jenny Lewis are also on the lineup. Tickets go on sale Friday (March 7). Here’s the complete Forecastle 2014 lineup: Jack White Beck The Replacements Ray Lamontagne Band of Horses Spoon Nickel Creek Dwight Yoakam Twenty One Pilots Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings Local Natives Gary Clark Jr. Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Jenny Lewis Trampled By Turtles Lord Huron Tune-Yards Jj Grey & Mofro Action Bronson Slint Flume Against Me! Sun Kil Moon Sharon Van Etten The Black Lips St. »
- Whitney Phaneuf
Houston’s Free Press Summer Festival enters its sixth year with another lineup that boasts big names in nearly every genre. Headliners include Jack White, Vampire Weekend, Zedd and Lauryn Hill. Check out the complete lineup below. Historically a solid festival for hip-hop, this year hosts Wu-Tang Clan, Childish Gambino, Die Antwoord, Dmx and Ying Yang Twins. Rock and folk artists include Cage the Elephant, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Deftones, the Kills, Big Gigantic, tUnE-yArDs and Drive-By Truckers. Country music will be represented by Dwight Yoakam. Free Press Summer Festival will take place May 31-June 1 in Eleanor »
- Whitney Phaneuf
8 items from 2014
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