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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Holly Deveaux

There are several cities which are understandably viewed as hotspots for actors. New York City and La are perhaps the most famous acting cities in America. In Canada, the city that stands out the most is Toronto. The city has produced many successful actors, including the highly skilled Holly Deveaux. Deveaux now stars in the new series The Mist. While she has had notable roles in productions like Spun Out and Baxter, many are viewing this latest show as her breakout opportunity. As Deveaux becomes known to a wider audience, many fans will want to know more about her background.

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Holly Deveaux
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Syfy Sneaking Up On You With Mutant World November 8th

In a decidedly rare movie these days, Syfy is letting you in on one of its original movies that’s less than two weeks away.

There isn’t much to know at this point, beyond the fact that there’s some potential to the concept, but at least we know who we’ll be watching.

Sci-Fi fans might want a little more info on exactly what “mutant” means, because it might turn out all too similar to “zombie,” but if you’re looking for a slick, popcorn adventure, having people emerge from their bunkers ten years post apocalypse gives you a lot of options. That’s especially true if you throw in a mysterious stranger with tales of a safe haven.

Keep an eye out for this one, though you don’t have a long time to decide.

Kim Coates, Holly Deveaux And Ashanti Try To Survive Mutant World New Syfy Original Movie,
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Kim Coates Leads Cast in Syfy’s ‘Mutant World,’ Nov. 8

Sons of Anarchy” star Kim Coates, who was hilarious as a small division hockey coach in the film “Goon” was snapped up by Syfy to star in one of their classic B Movie horrorshows. A group of survivalists – led by Coates and Holly Deveaux (Hannibal) – emerge from their bunkers 10 years after an apocalyptic meteor strike, only to discover the world is overrun with crazed mutants, in the new Syfy Original Movie Mutant World, premiering Saturday, November 8 at 9Pm (Et/Pt).Trying to survive through the terrible nights, they meet a mysterious traveler – singer Ashanti (song Foolish) – […]
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Colm Feore joins Hunter’s Moon

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Colm Feore joins Hunter’s Moon
The actor will play a priest in the Men Of Characters thriller, currently shooting in Milton, Ontario, at the Rockwood Estates.

Matt Campagna directs the story of an eccentric billionaire who spirals out of control at the extravagant launch party for his new werewolf mobile game, sparking a sequence of events that lead to murder.

The producers said Hunter’s Moon has become the first production in Canada to shoot on Sony’s A7S 4K full-frame camera.

Campagna previously directed the micro-budget feature Six Reasons Why starring Feore. Hunter’s Moon also stars Holly Deveaux, Steven Morana, Katie Boland, Art Hindle and Ari Millen.

Steven Morana, who founded Men Of Characters with Nic Izzi, is the executive producer.
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Syfy Announces Z Nation Premiere Date, Full Fall 2014 Schedule, 7th Annual 31 Days of Halloween

Syfy is entering the zombie fray with "Z Nation," and now we know when it'll be premiering. Here's the network's full fall 2014 lineup, which also includes event series "Ascension" and another "31 Days of Halloween" in October.

If Syfy Original Movies are your thing, keep your eyes open for the likes of Dark Haul, Finders Keepers, and Mutant World.

From the Press Release:

Syfy’s 2014 Fall Programming primetime lineup will feature the series premieres of "Z Nation" on September 12 and docuseries "Town of the Living Dead" on October 7.

In addition, the Season Five return of "Haven" airs September 11 with the special 10th anniversary season of "Ghost Hunters" beginning October 8. The highly anticipated six-hour event series "Ascension," starring Tricia Helfer, kicks off November 24.

For the seventh consecutive year, Syfy will celebrate the Halloween season with nearly 600 hours of ghoulish programming during the month-long "31 Days of Halloween" (October 1-31).

September

"Haven" (Season 5 Premiere)

Returns Thursday,
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Production Begins On Canadian Thriller Hunter's Moon

Next week, production begins here in Toronto on the upcoming horror flick Hunter's Moon. The film is written and directed by Matt Campagna (Six Reasons Why). This is the first film in Canada to be shot on the new Sony A7S Camera, the world's first 4K full-frame camera.An eccentric billionaire spirals out of control at the extravagant launch party for his new werewolf mobile game. It's all fun and games until they find the body of the first victim -- beginning a heart-pounding race for survival of the fittest.The film stars Holly Deveaux (Hemlock Grove); Steven Morana (his dad and brother service their cars at my garage), who will also produce under his Men of Characters banner with partner Nic Izzi; Katie Boland (Reign); Art...

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Holly Deveaux Cast Under a Hunter's Moon

More horrific shenanigans are afoot in the Great White North as Screen Daily is reporting that production is set to commence in Toronto on August 13 on the Men of Characters thriller Hunter's Moon.

Matt Campagna (Six Reasons Why) directs the story of an eccentric billionaire who spirals out of control at the extravagant launch party for his new werewolf mobile game, sparking a sequence of events that lead to murder.

Holly Deveaux (pictured), Steven Morana, Katie Boland, Art Hindle, and Ari Millen star. Steven Morana, who founded Men of Characters with Nic Izzi, is the executive producer.

Hunter’s Moon will be the first production in Canada to shoot on Sony’s 4K full-frame A7S camera.

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Hunter’s Moon to begin shoot

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Hunter’s Moon to begin shoot
Production is set to commence in Toronto on August 13 on the Men Of Characters thriller.

Matt Campagna directs the story of an eccentric billionaire who spirals out of control at the extravagant launch party for his new werewolf mobile game, sparking a sequence of events that lead to murder.

Hunter’s Moon will be the first production in Canada to shoot on Sony’s 4K full-frame A7S Camera.

Campagna previously directed the micro-budget feature Six Reasons Why starring Colm Feore.

Holly Deveaux (pictured), Steven Morana, Katie Boland, Art Hindle and Ari Millen star. Steven Morana, who founded Men Of Characters with Nic Izzi, is the executive producer.
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Sudz Sutherland Helms Made-For-tv Movie 'The Phantoms' For CBC, Canada; Debuts 11/18

Premiering Sunday, November 18, on CBC Television in Canada is the made-for-television movie inspired by the heart-warming, real-life events surrounding the 2009 New Brunswick provincial championship victory of the Bathurst High School (Bhs Phantoms) boys varsity basketball team.  The film, titled The Phantoms,  is directed by Sudz Sutherland (above, left) - director of films previously covered on this site like, Love, Sex & Eating The Bones, and his most recent, Home Again, which premiered at Tiff in September. Tyler Johnston, Kyle Mac, Holly Deveaux, Wesley MacInnes, Jacob Neayem, Greg Byrk, Wendel Meldrum, Joy Tanner, Tammy Isbell, William MacDonald, and...
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Casting: Fraser, Hamilton, Gomez, McCauliffe

Split Decision

Brendan Fraser will star in Damian Lee’s action-thriller "Split Decision" for Rollercoaster Entertainment and Vortex Words + Pictures. Shooting kicks off shortly on location in Ontario.

The story follows two children (Holly Deveaux, Christian Martin) who witness a murder while on a wilderness camping trip with a family friend (Daniel Kash). When two criminal brothers (Dominic Purcell and Ethan Suplee) start to hunt down the children to silence them, Fraser’s father-figure sets out to rescue them. [Source: THR]

Dark Skies

Josh Hamilton will star opposite Keri Russell in the thriller "Dark Skies" at Blumhouse Productions and Alliance Films.

The story involves an alien disguised as a human and a boy tagged for abduction. Shooting kicks off this week. [Source: Variety]

Parental Guidance Suggested

Selena Gomez is set to headline Tim Garrick's indie offbeat coming-of-age comedy "Parental Guidance Suggested". Nat Wolff, Austin Stowell, Dylan McDermott and Cary Elwes also star.

Based
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Brendan Fraser Saves the Children in Action-Thriller Split-decision

Brendan Fraser has been struggling on the big screen in the last few years after The Mummy dried up and Dwayne Johnson muscled him out of the Journey franchise.  That being said, Fraser has a slew of projects lined up for the next few years; count the action-thriller Split-Decision among them.  Starring as a father who must protect his children from killer brothers after witnessing a murder, Split-Decision doesn't sound like the typical light-hearted fantasy fare we're used to seeing in Fraser's family films.  Hit the jump to see who'll be filling in the roles of Split-Decision. THR reports that Fraser will be joined by Holly Deveaux (Victoria Day), Christian Martin, Daniel Kash (Aliens), Dominic Purcell (Prison Break) and Ethan Suplee (American History) in writer/director Damian Lee's Split-Decision.  Deveaux and Martin play Fraser's children who go on a camping trip with a family friend, played by Kash.  They
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CBS sues over ABC's 'Glass House' again, 'New Girl' bringing back True American

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CBS is still quite unhappy with ABC's upcoming "Big Brother"-esque reality competition "Glass House" -- so much so that the network has filed a temporary restraining order to prevent ABC from airing the "Glass House" series premiere on June 18. This is in addition to the lawsuit that's currently in discovery in the U.S. District Court alleging copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation and other charges. "Glass House" features contestants living together in a camera-filled house and competing in challenges to win $250,000. [Entertainment Weekly]

While we might not have all the rules for "New Girl's" epic drinking game True American, we will be seeing it again on the Fox hit. Creator Liz Merriwether says that it will definitely return. "We're definitely bringing [the game] back. We want to tie it into the election," she says. [Vulture]

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Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'

Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'
Big changes are afoot at ABC's "Body of Proof" for Season 3.

TVLine was the first to report thatJohn Carroll Lynch is leaving the ABC medical drama to join "Do No Harm."

Lynch, who played homicide detective Bud Morris in the first two seasons of "Body of Proof," guest starred in the pilot for the NBC crime drama. In "Do No Harm," he had a brief scene as the Na sponsor of protagonist Dr. Jason Cole -- and his alter ego Ian Price -- played by "Rescue Me's" Steven Pasquale.

But Lynch is not the only one moving on from "Body of Proof." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nicholas Bishop, who played medico-legal investigator Peter Dunlop on the series' first two season, is also leaving "Body of Proof" behind.

TVLine later reported that Sonja Sohn also won’t be returning for "Body of Proof" Season 3. Sohn, who has also been
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Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'

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Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'
Big changes are afoot at ABC's "Body of Proof" for Season 3.

TVLine was the first to report thatJohn Carroll Lynch is leaving the ABC medical drama to join "Do No Harm."

Lynch, who played homicide detective Bud Morris in the first two seasons of "Body of Proof," guest starred in the pilot for the NBC crime drama. In "Do No Harm," he had a brief scene as the Na sponsor of protagonist Dr. Jason Cole -- and his alter ego Ian Price -- played by "Rescue Me's" Steven Pasquale.

But Lynch is not the only one moving on from "Body of Proof." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nicholas Bishop, who played medico-legal investigator Peter Dunlop on the series' first two season, is also leaving "Body of Proof" behind.

TVLine later reported that Sonja Sohn also won't be returning for "Body of Proof" Season 3. Sohn, who has also been with
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New Actress Cast to Play Casey Anthony

New Actress Cast to Play Casey Anthony
The actress originally chosen to play Casey Anthony in a Lifetime movie about the high-publicity case has been replaced. 

After just a week of filming on Prosecuting Casey Anthony, Canadian actress Holly DeVeaux dropped out of the project and has been replaced by Virginia Welch, People magazine reports. A source close to the production was quoted as saying that the decision for DeVeaux to leave was mutual.

Related: Casey Anthony Actress 'Excited' for the Role

Welch has appeared in several independent films and commercials as well as a television series called A God Named Pablo.

Related: Rob Lowe to Star in Prosecuting Casey Anthony

Also appearing in the Lifetime movie are Rob Lowe, who plays prosecutor Jeff Ashton, and The Office star Oscar Nunez, who portrays defense attorney Jose Baez. 

Related: Casey Anthony Speaks Out in New Video Diary

Casey Anthony has been in hiding since being acquitted in July 2011 of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008.
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Casey Anthony Actress Replaced in TV Movie

Casey Anthony's getting a new look. A week into the filming of the Lifetime movie Imperfect Justice, the role of the woman acquitted last year of murdering her 2-year-old daughter has been recast. Canadian actress Holly DeVeaux has dropped out of the project, replaced by Virginia Welch, an actress who has starred in several independent films and commercials. According to a source close to the production, the decision for DeVeaux to leave the production was mutual. "Holly moved on and they recast the role," says the source. "This is one of those decisions that happens all the time. Holly was
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Casey Anthony Actress 'Excited' for the Role

Casey Anthony Actress 'Excited' for the Role
The Canadian actress chosen to play Casey Anthony in a Lifetime movie about the high-publicity case says she's looking forward to playing the role, but admits the experience will also be "nerve-wracking."

When asked whether she is ready for all the media attention the role is expected to bring, 19-year-old Holly Deveaux tells Et Canada "Definitely not." 

Related: Rob Lowe to Star in Prosecuting Casey Anthony

Deveaux added: "It's nerve-wracking to combat such a controversial issue as well, the outpouring of negativity for Casey Anthony is unlike anything we've seen in the media in years."

Anthony has been in hiding since being acquitted in July 2011 of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee in 2008. 

Related: Casey Anthony Speaks Out in New Video Diary

"I'm not going to make her into anything she is not," Deveaux said about playing the controversial figure. "The fact of it, beyond any verdicts in court, is that she was someone struggling through what was
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Casey Anthony: Meet the Teen Actress Playing Her in TV Movie

Casey Anthony: Meet the Teen Actress Playing Her in TV Movie
Holly Deveaux, a little-known teenage Canadian actress, is about to portray one of the most controversial women in America when she takes the role of Casey Anthony in a TV movie Is Deveaux ready for the attention? "Definitely not," the 19-year-old acknowledges to Et Canada. "It's nerve-wracking to combat such a controversial issue as well, the outpouring of negativity for Casey Anthony is unlike anything we've seen in the media in years." Related: Casey Anthony Is Dreading Court Appearance: SourceAsked if she was nervous or excited, she says, "Heaping amounts of both!" But she couldn't turn down the challenge. "I'm
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Meet Casey Anthony's Movie Twin: Canadian Actress Holly Deveaux

Meet Casey Anthony's Movie Twin: Canadian Actress Holly Deveaux
Casey Anthony's real-life drama is headed back to TV, and actress Holly Deveaux has the job of portraying the reviled Florida mother who was acquitted of murdering her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. Deveaux, a 19-year-old Canadian newcomer, will star alongside Rob Lowe (as prosecutor Jeff Ashton), Elizabeth Mitchell (as fellow prosecutor Linda Drake Burdick) and The Office's Oscar Nuñez (as Anthony's defense lawyer Jose Baez) in the Lifetime TV flick. The movie, based on Ashton's book Imperfect Justice, will focus primarily on the attorneys behind Anthony's explosive 2011 trial related to Caylee's disappearance and death in 2008. But the film's writer, Alison Cross, told the...
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Little known Canadian actress Holly Deveaux to play Casey Anthony in Lifetime movie (IrishCentral)

A little known Canadian actress, Holly Deveaux, is set to star as Casey Anthony in a movie which will portray the murder trial and shocking acquittal of the hated mother who was accused of murdering her two-year-old daughter, Caylee. The movie, “Prosecuting Casey Anthony,” is based on the book, “Imperfect Justice,” written by the case’s prosecuting lawyer, Jeff Ashley. “West Wing” star Rob Lowe will play the role of Jeff Ashley in the movie, while “The Office” actor, Oscar Nunez will have the difficult job of portraying Anthony’s defence lawyer, Jose Baez. Holly (19) beat Kristen Stewart, Alyssa Milano, and Jennifer Love Hewitt, to the role. The young actress, who bears an uncanny resemblance to Anthony, has previously starred in the Canadian series, “Baxter.” Holly’s role will be relatively limited in the movie, as producers plan to heavily rely on news footage. The movie, which will be a form of documentary,
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