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Recently, the official "The 100" Twitter page served up this new "behind the scenes," season 2 pic for Jasper star, Devon Bostick. He's spotted, striking a Jasper pose for the cameras on set. They captioned the pic with the words: "#BehindtheScenes with @devbostick. Don't miss #The100 season 2 premiere Wednesday, October 22 at 9/8c!" Recently, Devon revealed some new, season 2 spoiler dish for Jasper, confirming that he will be in Mount Weather. However, it's not yet known how Jasper will deal with everything. He was able to say that Mount Weather is going to certainly keep fans guessing as you never really know what might be really happening. He also confirmed that season 2 will start up right where season 1 left off with Clarke in huge trouble in that white room, attempting to find a way out! Season 2 is due to premiere on Wednesday night, October 22nd, 2014 at 8pm central time on The CW. »
Recently, the "Three If By Space" press folks chatted up "The 100" Jasper star, Devon Bostick, at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con event a few weeks back ,and he dished out some small,new season 2 spoiler teasers for his character as well as the main plotline, and more (video below). In the new clip, Devon confirmed that Jasper is indeed in Mount Weather. However, he couldn't reveal how Jasper is going to deal with it. It could be really,really good or really,really bad. Devon had to remain quite vague about what will be going on at Mount Weather, but did say, it is sure to keep fans guessing as you never really know what might be really taking place. He confirmed that season 2 is going to start off right where season 1 left off with Clarke in huge trouble in that white room. He went on to talk about how »
Long Lost Family: ITV, 9pm
Tonight sees 63-year-old Ann Munro from Ringwood, Hampshire try to find the son she gave up for adoption when she was 21. Louise Kendall, a 28-year-old nurse, also hopes to meet her French father for the first time.
The 100: E4, 9pm
Meanwhile, the Ark council begin to wrestle with the fact that over 200 people will have to be culled to survive another six months.
The dark conspiracy thriller returns with a prequel, before the action returns to the present day in the next episode.
Telefilm Canada has confirmed its financial support of nearly $13 million of Canadian tax payers' money towards the production of nine English-language feature films through the 'Canada Feature Film Fund', although there doesn't seem to be anything culturally 'Canadian' about most of their selections, other than the crews that will be working on them.
Among the films receiving money include a psycho horror with a demonic 'Santa Claus', a bio pic about a former Queen of Sweden, the 'relationship' between 'James Dean' and a photographer, a thriller involving a Satanic child abuse sex ring, and an inflatable Sex Doll drug smuggling story:
The films are "After the Ball" (Sean Garrity), "A Christmas Horror Story" (Steven Hoban, Grant Harvey, Brett Sullivan), "Aloft" (Claudia Llosa), "A Worthy Companion" (Jason Sanchez, Carlos Sanchez), "Life" (Anton Corbijn), "Regression" (Alejandro Amenabar), "Rest Home" (Michael Rowe), "The Girl King" (Mika Kaurismäki) and "Zoom" (Pedro Morelli »
- Michael Stevens
Erin Karpluk, who played the latter series’ titular character, will recur on Season 5 of the ABC/Global series, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Video | Rookie Blue Sneak Peek: Degrassi Star Pulls a Gun on Andy and Dov
“[Being Erica] was a great show, created by one of my dear friends [Jana Sinyor],” Rookie Blue executive producer Tassie Cameron tells TVLine. “I’ve always been looking for a chance to get [Karpluk] on our show, and we finally did. So that’s very exciting.”
Cameron was mum on details about Karpluk’s character, who recurs in »
Academy award winner Alejandro Amenábar (The Sea Inside, The Others) has wrapped principal photography on Regression. The film, based on Amenabar's original screenplay is produced by Mod Entertainment, Mod Producciones, Himenóptero, First Generation Films and Telefónica Studios in association with FilmNation Entertainment, with the participation of Telefilm Canada and in collaboration with Mediaset España. TWC-Dimension will distribute the film in the United States. The first photo has been released by TWC-Dimension, featuring Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke, which you can take a look at below.
Academy Award nominee Ethan Hawke (Before Midnight, Training Day) and Emma Watson (Noah, Harry Potter) star in the film. Regression sees the return of Amenabar to genre, where he previously had great success with Dimension Films' The Others, which grossed over $200 million worldwide.
Alejandra Amenabar has wrapped principal photography on his new fear film Regression, starring Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson, and we have the first still and latest details waiting for you right here. Dig it!
From the Press Release
Academy award winner Alejandro Amenábar (The Sea Inside, The Others) has wrapped principal photography on Regression. The film, based on Amenábar's original screenplay is produced by Mod Entertainment, Mod Producciones, Himenóptero, First Generation Films and Telefónica Studios in association with FilmNation Entertainment, with the participation of Telefilm Canada and in collaboration with Mediaset España. TWC-Dimension will distribute the film in the United States.
Academy Award® nominee Ethan Hawke (Before Midnight, Training Day) and Emma Watson (Noah, Harry Potter) star in the film. Regression sees the return of Amenábar to genre, where he previously had great success with Dimension Films' The Others, which grossed over $200 million worldwide.
- Steve Barton
The image shows stars Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke looking mighty serious. Regression is touted as a character driven story, centring on a a young woman (Watson) who makes an allegation of abuse against her own father (David Dencik). Hawke is playing the detective investigating the case.
Award winning director, Amenábar made his name with the disturbing Abre Los Ojos (remade by Tom Cruise into Vanilla Sky) and The Others, a supernatural story starring Nicole Kidman. He’s got a good pedigree in film making, so Regression should be one to watch out for.
Principle filming began in April and Regression is scheduled for release in August 2015. It stars Emma Watson, Ethan Hawke, David Dencik, Devon Bostick, Aaron Ashmore, David Thewlis, Dale Dickey and Adam Butcher.
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- Claire Joanne Huxham
The first image from Alejandro Amenábar's drama Regression has been released online. The movie takes place in Minnesota in 1990, and stars Ethan Hawke as a detective who investigates the case of a young woman (Emma Watson) who accuses her father (David Dencik) of an "unspeakable crime". The investigation eventually leads to uncovering a "horrifying nationwide mystery." I'm a big fan of Amenábar's previous films The Others and The Sea Inside, and it looks like he has another powerful story here. Principal photography has wrapped, so I wonder if there's a chance we'll see this one on the fall festival circuit. Hit the jump to check out the Regression image. The film also stars David Thewlis, Dale Dickey, Lothaire Bluteau, and Devon Bostick. Here's the press release: June 10, 2014 - Academy award winner Alejandro Amenábar (The Sea Inside, The Others) has wrapped principal photography on Regression. The film, based on Amenabar »
- Matt Goldberg
Post-Harry Potter, none of the main actors have done better than Emma Watson, who went from playing wizard Hermione Granger to portraying (in short order) a kind-hearted wardrobe assistant, a radiant girl next door, a vapid socialite, herself and the adopted daughter of Noah. All of those performances were sublime and proved that Watson has more up her sleeve than just magic spells. However, her greatest challenge as an actor appears to be yet to come, now that we’ve gotten our first look at her abused lead character in Alejandro Amenábar’s thriller Regression.
Starring alongside Ethan Hawke, Watson plays a young girl named Angela who accuses her father of commiting a terrible crime. When investigator Bruce Kenner (Hawke) peers closer, he uncovers a terrifying mystery that stretches far beyond just one family. The first image from the film, above, finds a devastated Angela being comforted by Kenner. It »
- Isaac Feldberg
Dimension has released the first picture from Regression, the new movie from Alejandro Amenabar (The Others) starring Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson. Amenabar wrote the original screenplay and the picture arrives as the film just wrapped principal photography. Set in Minnesota, 1990, Regression centers on detective Bruce Kenner (Hawke) who is investigating the case of young Angela (Watson), who accuses her father, John Gray (David Dencik), of an unspeakable crime. When John unexpectedly and without recollection admits guilt, renowned psychologist Dr. Raines (David Thewlis) is brought in to help him relive his memories and what they discover unmasks a horrifying nationwide mystery. Dale Dickey and Devon Bostick co-star. The film is set for an August 28, 2015 release. »
- Brad Brevet
In a major step-up in scale, Telefonica Studios, the production division of Spanish telco giant Telefonica, has boarded Academy Award winning Alejandro Amenabar’s upcoming “Regression,” starring Emma Watson and Ethan Hawke, which has just wrapped principal photography, having filmed on location in Toronto.
“Regression” is a The Weinstein Co.-Dimension release in the U.S.; FilmNation handles all world sales outside the U.S. Canada and Spain.
TWC-Dimension will open “Regression” in the U.S. on August 28, 2015.
Telefonica Studios will co-produce “Regression,” the new thriller from writer-director Alejandro Amenabar (“The Sea Inside,” “The Others”) headlined by a stellar cast including Academy Award nominee Ethan Hawke and Emma Watson.
“Regression” is also backed by Telefilm Canada.
Producers of Amenabar’s “Agora,” and many »
- John Hopewell
The 100 is a newer CW show that has found moderate success as a mid-season series. Now we see Eliza Taylor and Isaiah Washington working on the successful series. We have the official promo stills for their next episode, “We Are Grounders – Part 1″. The episode will find a part of the Ark in trouble, with the others realizing what their lives are really like and the chances of it improving is slim. You can find the official stills down below. Here is the official description of the episode.
Should We Stay Or Should We Go — Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Finn (Thomas McDonell) escape one dangerous situation only to find themselves faced with a new enemy. Bellamy (Bob Morley) makes a heroic move to save Jasper (Devon Bostick). Raven (Lindsey Morgan) faces a new danger, and Murphy (guest star Richard Harmon, “Bates Motel”) finally gets his revenge. Meanwhile, those remaining on »
- Sarah Peel
Who will survive the season finale of The 100?
On the first episode of the two-part closer, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Finn (Thomas McDonell) must face off with the Grounders, but they quickly learn that they have a brand new enemy on Earth. Also in the hour, Bellamy (Bob Morley) makes a heroic move to save Jasper (Devon Bostick), while Murphy (Richard Harmon) finally gets his revenge.
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- TV Guide News
Good day, invokers of all things ectoplasmic. It.s Memorial Day weekend, so while you.re honoring the brave men and women who keep our country safe, cozy up with some military-themed horror, like Jacob.s Ladder or Deathwatch, or something with Nazi zombies if that.s more your taste. This wasn.t a huge week for horror news, beyond rumors that Alfonso Cuarón has been offered the prequel to The Shining, and wow to that one still. But we managed to scrape up a selection of goodies, including a sequel announcement for one of our more anticipated future cult classics. In second-page news, Scream Factory is giving John Fawcett.s werewolf thriller Ginger Snaps a pretty stellar Blu-ray Collector.s Edition, including new interviews with the cast and crew, a new Women in Horror panel discussion, and all of the features on previously released versions. Devon Bostick (The 100, »
The 100 are under a lot of pressure going into tonight’s episode,”I Am Become Death.” After last week’s failed attempt to negotiate a cease fire with the grounders, the immediate concern is safety. However, the mystery of whatever fell from space is taking up a healthy portion of everyone’s mind. As if Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Bellamy (Bob Morley) didn’t have enough to worry about with just keeping the 100 from killing each other, they now have to worry about retaliation for Jasper’s (Devon Bostick) ego. It appears that humanity managed to survive after all – but for now, the 100 are only privy to the worst parts of it.
This episode doesn’t waste any time exploring both matters of concern. The crash site conveniently is still on the explosive side, which sends most of the familiar faces running back to camp. The surprise return of »
- Lindsay Sperling
If you haven't watched The CW's new show The 100, it's time to get to know more about this postapocalyptic drama. We sat down with Devon Bostick, who plays Jasper, a teen convict sent back to Earth to find out if it is once again inhabitable after a nuclear war. Devon explained what it's like to do wild stunts, such as getting speared and swinging on a vine, Tarzan style. Check out the full interview, and be sure to catch The 100 Wednesday nights on The CW! »
- Lindsay Miller
In Episode 7 of The CW drama series The 100, entitled “Contents Under Pressure,” Clarke (Eliza Taylor) and Raven (Lindsey Morgan) finally make contact with the Ark, and Abby (Paige Turco) guides Clarke through a dangerous procedure in a desperate move to save one of their own. As things heat up with the Grounders, no one is safe, leaving everyone’s lives in jeopardy. During this recent interview to discuss where things are headed next with the show, actors Bob Morley (“Bellamy”) and Ricky Whittle (who plays one of the Grounders) were joined by executive producer Jason Rothenberg to talk about torture scenes, where Clarke and Bellamy will go from here, the dynamic of the Grounders, when viewers will learn more about this particular Grounder, that there will be female Grounders, that Jasper’s (Devon Bostick) story really picks up in the back half of the season, that the politics on »
- Christina Radish
The Grounders left the 100 alone for the most part, but something has changed and they are on the attack. Finn's left near death from a stab wound. With tensions inside the 100's camp and a new threat from outside, will they be able to come together to survive?
At Wondercon, we caught up with Executive Producer Jason Rothenberg and stars Eliza Taylor, Lindsey Morgan, and Devon Bostick to get the scoop on what's coming up in the second half of season 1. The intensity is only going to increase. »
Joel Surnow, co-creator of “24,” steps away from guiding Jack Bauer in saving the country to examine one tiny corner of it in “Small Time,” his aptly named bigscreen directorial debut, featuring a fine cast that’s logged plenty time on the TV beat. A warm-hearted coming-of-age family drama grafted onto a comic buddy pic, the film focuses on a used-car dealer whose son joins him on the lot after graduating from high school, to the dismay of the ex-wife he still has feelings for. Hamstrung narratively by third-act longueurs and limited theatrically by a bizarre R rating that shuts out its natural family audience, the movie will find customers on the smallscreen, where Starz-owned distributor Anchor Bay figures to have a ready customer.
A pre-credits sequence establishes Al Klein (Christopher Meloni, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”) as a caring father, while defining the relationship between Al and business partner Ash Martini (Dean Norris, »
- Bill Edelstein
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