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TV News Roundup: Bella Thorne Producing Lifetime Movie, Michael Phelps To Co-Host ‘America’s Got Talent’

TV News Roundup: Bella Thorne Producing Lifetime Movie, Michael Phelps To Co-Host ‘America’s Got Talent’
As if record-breaking gold medals aren’t enough, Michael Phelps has added the title of reality show co-host to his list of accomplishments. Also in today’s TV news roundup, Bella Thorne is signed on to executive produce a Lifetime movie, starring Cierra Ramirez and Gregg Sulkin.


Lifetime has greenlit TV movie “Drink, Slay, Love,” which is based on the Ya vampire novel of the same name. Bella Thorne is attached as an executive producer and Vanessa Parise will direct the project that hails from Sepia Films and Just Singer Entertainment. Cierra Ramirez (“The Fosters”), Gregg Sulkin (“Faking It”) and Zach Peladeau (“i-Zombie”) will star. The TV movie is set to debut in 2017.

We tv has ordered a new unscripted series, “Hustle & Soul,” which will follow the owner and head chef of Brooklyn’s Pink Tea Cup on his quest to receive the prestigious Michelin Star. The network has ordered six, hourlong
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New Criminal Minds Season 11,Episode 6 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Last night, CBS served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Criminal Minds" episode 6 of season 11. The episode is entitled, "Pariahville," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting stuff go down as a town full of just sex offenders becomes the main focus for the Bau after a string of murders, and more. In the new, 8th episode press release: The Bau Has A Town Full Of Suspects When They Investigate Murders In An Area Inhabited Solely By Sex Offenders, On "Criminal Minds," Wednesday, Nov. 4. Press release number 2: When a woman is murdered in a small town in Florida inhabited entirely by sex offenders, the Bau are going to face a community full of suspects. Also, Lewis will receive a career opportunity that may take her away from the Bau. Guest stars feature: Noah Crawford (Matt Franks), Joel Gretsch (Sheriff Paul Desario
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Review: “Ghost Shark, Swindle”

Review: “Ghost Shark, Swindle”
Oh sure, we could have ignored two TV movies being trotted out in late August — “Ghost Shark,” on Syfy; and “Swindle,” from Nickelodeon — but in terms of content, the Web is as hungry as a made-for-tv, poorly animated shark. And since both involve teenagers and were produced in color….

Although Syfy is still a little drunk over how “Sharknado” became its own Twitter meme/media sensation (even repeating it as a lead-in to “Ghost Shark” on Aug. 22), the channel appears unlikely to catch lightning in a bottle twice. Not that “Ghost Shark” isn’t equally awful; it just isn’t awful in a fabulously promotable way.

At the risk of revealing a familiarity with “Spring Break: Shark Attack,” the plot essentially mirrors that, with teenage kids in bikinis (the gals, anyway) providing the main fodder for the title character, a Great White Shark killed by a fisherman in the pre-credit sequence.
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First Reactions To Elysium Plus A New Poster

Released back in 2009, director Neill Blomkamp stunned audiences with his incredible directorial debut District 9. One of the best sci-fi films to come out in years, it was a tremendous effort, especially given its $30 million budget. Now, four years later, Blomkamp is getting ready to deliver his next project, Elysium.

Starring Matt Damon, Jodie Foster, Sharlto Copley, William Fichtner, Wagner Moura, Alica Braga and Diego Luna, Sony recently showed off 10 minutes of footage at a special promo event and the reactions have been overwhelmingly positive.

Set one hundred years in the future, the film takes place in a world where “Earth has become overcrowded and dirty, all the inhabitants are unkempt. The wealthy reside in beautiful utopia inside an enormous circular 2001-like space station called Elysium orbiting around Earth.” Sounds pretty intriguing and judging by the reactions to the recently screened footage, it looks like we’re in for something special.
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How to Rock: Cancelled; No Season Two

Nickelodeon has decided to cancel their How To Rock TV series. This is the fourth sitcom that the cable channel has announced is ending -- along with Victorious, Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures, and iCarly.

How to Rock revolves around Kacey Simon (Cymphonique Miller), a popular mean girl whose status goes down after she must briefly wear braces and glasses. She's ignored by her friends so Kacey finds a new way to express herself through music. She becomes the lead singer of a pop/hip-hop band. Others in the cast include Samantha Boscarino, Max Schneider, Lulu Antariksa, Halston Sage, Noah Crawford, and Christopher O'Neal.

The show premiered to a very healthy 3.28 million viewers with a 0.55 rating in the 18-49 demographic. The numbers fell over the course of the season and most recently generated 2.1 million in a 0.3 demo rating.
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Review: Blu-ray Debuts of Six Marvel Animated Films

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As you might imagine, studios are combing their libraries to find related items to reissue to tie in with the frenzy surrounding the May 3 opening of The Avengers. Coming Tuesday are two more discs that come closest to the feature film, a sextet of Marvel Animation films in two sets. Making their Blu-ray debut, the first set is Ultimate Avengers Movie Collection which contains the two animated films based on the successful Ultimates comic, along with the bonus film Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow. The other Blu-ray set is merely dubbed Marvel Animated Features and contains Planet Hulk, Invincible Iron Man, and Doctor Strange.

Both Ultimate films pretty closely follow the initial Ultimates arcs from Mark Millar and Bryan Hitch although the script is better at aping Millar than the animation is following Hitch’s naturalistic style. A significant change is that Tony Stark’s identity remains a secret and
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Trust Movie Trailer

The trailer for David Schwimmer’s drama movie Trust is now online.

A suburban family is torn apart when fourteen-year-old Annie (Liana Liberato) meets her first boyfriend online. After months of communicating via online chat and phone, Annie discovers her friend (Chris Henry Coffey) is not who he originally claimed to be. Shocked into disbelief, her parents (Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) are shattered by their daughter’s actions and struggle to support her as she comes to terms with what has happened to her once innocent life.

Catherine Keener and Liana Liberato in ‘Trust

Viola Davis, Noah Emmerich, Brandon Molale, Jason Clarke, Nicole Forester, Noah Crawford, Kevin Navayne, Jordan Trovillion, Laura Niemi and Robert Axelrod also stars.

Trust will hit limited theaters in the U.S. on April 1st, 2011.

Trust Poster
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[DVD Review] Marvel Animation: 6 Film Set

Marvel and DC are both in the middle of a new movie strategy where they release animated films of some of their most popular characters direct to DVD. The two rivals have arguably been doing it for ages if you count the spin-off “movies” from their animated television series, but the last 4 years have seen a leap in activity. Have any of them topped Batman: Mask of the Phantasm? No, not really. However, each of the studios seems to be making huge strides with each successive movie. Marvel, having reached its 6 film marker (DC isn’t far behind at this point), have released them all in a box set. While it’s nice to have an anthology to put on the shelf instead of individual DVD cases, it ends up serving as a reminder of how far the films have come since the original Ultimate Avengers: The Movie back in
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Jason Lee and Greg Garcia interview for "My Name is Earl"

We conference with "My Name is Earl" star Jason Lee as well as creator-writer-executive producer Gregory Thomas Garcia. Since premiering on September 20th, 2005, "Earl" has carved out a hefty fan base with a fun cast including Ethan Suplee, Jaime Pressley, Nadine Velasquez, Eddie Steeples, Trey Carlisle, Louis T. Moyle, Noah Crawford, Gregg Binkley and Dale Dickey. Jason Lee takes on the character of "Earl" with ease, falling naturally into the much-loved character. He's asked about whether the show inspired him to go back and right some wrongs and working with guest star Seth Green. Greg Garcia talks about the season's themes including one of episode with a theme of motherhood and more.
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