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A sequel to the 2009 Marcus Nispel helmed horror remake 'Friday the 13th' has been on the cards for years now. Sadly through various 'rights' issues this has hindered the potential sequel's progress. However, now according to the Hollywood Reporter studio giant Warner Bros have given up their rights to the franchise in order to hop aboard Paramount's 'Interstellar' project from Christopher Nolan ('The Dark Knight'). Now with the rights back in Paramount's possession a sequel will likely be bumped up almost immediately. The 2009 version starred Jared Padalecki ('Supernatural'), Danielle Panabaker ('The Ward'), Amanda Righetti ('The Mentalist') and Derek Mears ('Hatchet III') donning the iconic hockey mask as Jason Vorhees. »
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As we struggle through the long summer hiatus and await the return of The Mentalist this fall, let's relive some of our favorite - and not so favorite moments - from The Mentalist season 5. Read on for our latest TV Fanatic Report Card and grade the CBS drama below...
Best Episode: The Mentalist gave us a really solid season so picking one favorite episode was pretty darn difficult. But in the end I've got to go with the season finale, "Red John Rules." Between floating the idea that Red John is psychic, to breaking into Jane's memory box, the finale was filled with twists and turns. When Red John used an already deceased Lorelei Martins to tell Jane he'd predicted who would be on the final list of seven suspects, even before Jane came up with them, that really got my attention. Knowing that the »
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Below are the TV show's ratings for the 2012-13 season, the best way to tell if The Mentalist is going to be cancelled or renewed for season six.
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Episode 05-21: Sunday, 05/05/13
1.7 in the demo (+6% change) with 9.17 million (+6% change).
Season averages: 1.74 in the demo with 9.50 million.
Episode 05-20: Sunday, 04/28/13
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Warning: This review is written with the assumption that the reader has seen the episode. Do not read otherwise. Includes major spoilers.
After a steady build up in two recent episodes (5.07 and 5.11) the arc of Lisbon and Tommy Volker came to a head in this week’s fast paced and fairly action packed episode of The Mentalist, titled ‘Little Red Corvette’.
We’d seen it before, particularly in ‘If it Bleeds, it Leads’ with Amanda Shaw (Rhea Bailey), but opening the episode with Volker (Henry Ian Cusick) once again taking pleasure from seeing his henchman kill someone sure upped the creep factor. Volker seemed to genuinely get off on the power of it all, watching the life drain out of their eyes. I just now realize that’s how Jane (Simon Baker) described Red John, but I refuse to go down that rabbit hole.
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Amanda Righetti is a mama! The Mentalist star welcomed a healthy baby boy, Knox Addison, with hubby Jordan Alan on Thursday, People reports. The adorable bundle of joy is the first child for the couple, who tied the knot back in 2006. The television star and her producer-director beau announced the pregnancy back in August, and the couple is clearly overjoyed at the arrival of their little one. In addition to Righetti's current role on the hit CBS show, she's also known for her TV stints on The Reunion and The O.C., as well as her work on the big screen in Captain America: The First Avenger. Congrats to the proud parents! »
The actress' rep confirmed the happy news to Access Hollywood on Friday.
According to People, baby Knox Addison Alan was born on January 10.
The actress' pregnancy was not written into her storyline on the CBS drama.
Amanda and Jordan, the director of "Kiss & Tell" and more recently, "Cats Dancing on Jupiter," which starred his leading lady in life, married in 2006.
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Righetti and Alan married in April 2006 in Hawaii, then chose to wait several years to have children. They announced this pregnancy back in August, but chose not to reveal the baby's gender until he was born.
In addition to "The Mentalist," Righetti can be seen in the new "Friday the 13th" and "Captain America: the First Avenger." Alan is a producer/director/writer with credits like "Kiss & Tell," "Pipeline" and "Cats Dancing on Jupiter" to his credit. »
(Pictured above: Amanda Righetti and Owain Yeoman in 'The Mentalist') The couple have reportedly chosen to name their first child Knox Addison Alan. Righetti and producer Alan publicly revealed that they were expecting a baby (more) »
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The hunt for Volker intensified on The Mentalist this week... and who knew that a "Little Red Corvette" would take him down?
The murder of Horatio was all the more brutal with Volker standing there watching. The man enjoyed seeing someone die. It didn't even have to be by his hand. It just had to be on his order. That kind of power really seemed to get him off. This guy's a serious sociopath.
This was a man who took out entire indigenous tribes when they got in his way. So he had no qualms about killing a little boy. I found it interesting that even Volker's paid enforcers knew that murdering a child was a whole different level of evil. One in which Volker had no problem descending.
I spent the entire episode silently hoping that Marvin was really still alive. Having Jane visit his mother was heartbreaking. Not »
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