17 items from 2011
"The Beast is forbidden to ever enter the human world - only a mortal son could invite him. So the beast created one." It was announced today by the film's producer Charles Agron that Steve Pattee from Maryland USA has won the Grand Prize in the Haunted "Be An Extra" Sweepstakes! Agron phoned the winner to congratulate him on being selected to receive the offer to visit the set of Haunted this week. Pattee will also be sent a comprehensive Haunted merchandise winner's pack. Prize packs will also be going out to the friends that Steve recruited via Facebook. Haunted, directed by Victor Salva, produced by Charles Agron Productions in Association with Blue Horse productions completes principal photography this week. Principal cast includes Tobin Bell (Saw films), Lesley-Anne Down (Rosewood Lane), Luke Kleintank, Max Gail, Lacey Anzelc, Anthony Rey Perez »
It's a last call! This is your final warning to enter our insane contest to win a trip to set of the Victor Salva (Rosewood Lane, Jeepers Creepers) directed Haunted, from Producer Charles Agron. Tobin Bell (Saw) joins cast members Leslie-Anne Down (Rosewood Lane) and Luke Kleintank ("Bones") in his first feature role. Anthony Rey Perez ("Don't Pass Me By"), Alex McKenna ("90210"), Zack Ward ("In My Pocket") and Max Gail ("Gary Unmarried") co-star. The horror pic started principal photography Halloween day in Mississippi. Click here to learn how you can win a trip to the set -- where you'll be an extra for the day! An early synopsis teased: "The Beast is forbidden to ever enter the human world - only a mortal son could invite him. So the beast created one." »
When Bones killed off Vincent Nigel-Murray last season (R.I.P., chap), the door was held open for a new squintern at the Jeffersonian. And the winner is… the super-smart, uber-Southern Finn Abernathy, who arrives in this Thursday’s episode (Fox, 9/8c). Here, TVLine gets his portrayer, Luke Kleintank, to reveal the five things you need to know about the sweet but troubled newbie.
He’S A Good Southern Boy | Kleintank describes his character as “a good ol’ boy from the hills” who just happens to have a love of forensic anthropology. And did we mention that he’s Southern? »
- Vlada Gelman
The death of Vincent Nigel-Murray last season was a devastating loss for the team at the Jeffersonian, but they’re on their way to filling the void with the addition of new squintern Finn Abernathy, who makes his debut on this Thursday’s episode.
Finn, who sports what Kleintank calls a “Larry the Cable Guy” accent, certainly makes a strong impression on the team, especially with Hodgins — but that’s not necessarily a good thing. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Tobin Bell, known for his turn as Jigsaw in the Saw series, has joined the cast of the Victor Salva-directed Haunted . Bell joins Leslie-Anne Down (of Salva's Rosewood Lane ) and Luke Kleintank in his first feature role. Haunted , produced by Charles Agron Productions in Association with Blue Horse Productions, is the first feature project under the newly formed Charles Agron Productions banner. The film, directed by Salva tells the chilling story of Nick Di Santo, who is tormented by his ability to touch someone and see exactly how they will die. On his 23rd birthday Nick is summoned by his mother (Leslie-Anne Down) to the asylum where she has been institutionalized since his childhood. Hoping that her request to see him is a sign of improvement, Nick is »
The season 7 premiere of Bones gave us a whole new playing field to deal with. Booth and Brennan are expecting their baby and, by the end of the episode, decided to officially move in together. Their relationship is out in he open (not that they could hide it, mind you) and everyone is taking to it rather well, the viewers included. Angela and Hodgins have their own adorable new baby and Sweets is picking up a bit of Brennan's fieldwork.
The November 10 episode of Bones has Booth and the Jeffersonian staff investigating the death of a competitive eating champion. But personal issues dominate the episode, particularly when Brennan attends an ultrasound appointment that reveals the sex of the baby but failed to invite Booth. Some viewers might think her decision to exclude him was callous, but it was simply Brennan being Brennan. Fortunately, Booth suggests that she "take a walk »
More casting news is coming in for Victor Salva's next film Haunted. One of horror's true class acts has joined the spooky festivities, and we have all the details for you right here. Dig it!
According to Bloody Disgusting, Tobin Bell - best known as "Jigsaw" in the Saw franchise - has joined the cast of the Victor Salva (Rosewood Lane, Jeepers Creepers) directed Haunted from producer Charles Agron.
Bell joins previously announced cast members Leslie-Anne Down (Rosewood Lane) and Luke Kleintank ("Bones") in his first feature role. Anthony Rey Perez ("Don't Pass Me By"), Alex McKenna ("90210"), Zack Ward ("In My Pocket") and Max Gail ("Gary Unmarried") co-star.
"The film tells the chilling story of Nick Di Santo , who is tormented by his ability to touch someone and see exactly how they will die. On his 23rd birthday Nick is summoned by his mother (Leslie-Anne Down) to the asylum »
- Uncle Creepy
Off the heels of our insane contest to win a trip to set, Bloody Disgusting got exclusive word that award-winning film and television actor Tobin Bell - best known as "Jigsaw" in the Saw franchise - has joined the cast of the Victor Salva (Rosewood Lane, Jeepers Creepers) directed Haunted, from Producer Charles Agron. Bell joins previously announced cast member Leslie-Anne Down (Rosewood Lane) and introduces Luke Kleintank ("Bones") in his first feature role. Anthony Rey Perez ("Don't Pass Me By"), Alex McKenna ("90210"), Zack Ward ("In My Pocket") and Max Gail ("Gary Unmarried") co-star. The horror pic started principal photography Halloween day in Mississippi. Click here to learn how you can win a trip to the set -- where you'll be an extra for the day! »
Praise the Jeffersonian: "Bones" returns from its extra-long summer break Thursday night (Nov. 3).
In case you weren't pumped up enough already, showrunners Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan recently spoke to reporters about what we can expect from the first half of Season 7, including more Cam, more Hodgins, more crossovers with "The Finder" and more about the newest Squintern, Finn. Read on for, well, more! (Warning, light spoilers ahead.)
First things first: Star Emily Deschanel is "doing great" after the birth of her first child in September, Hanson says. "She is really healthy. The baby is really healthy." Production is gearing up to start again on Dec. 1.
What can we learn about the newest Squintern, Finn, played by Luke Kleintank? Hanson and Nathan confirmed that he'll be a recurring character. "He's phenomenal," Hanson says. Nathan adds, "He's already returning. We'll get into that in the last 11 [episodes]. I don't want to give anything away, »
More sneak peeks at the upcoming seventh season of Bones, not to mention the two stars, David Boreanaz and a showing Emily Deschanel! Coming from Criminal Complex, our all new, all crime sister-site, comes a gallery of promo images from “The Hot Dog in the Competition”, the second episode of this season’s Bones, headed our way on the 10th of next month. Along with the series regulars you get a look at the new squint in-training played by Luke Kleintank (whom you may remember from ABC’s No Ordinary Family).
You can also view the teaser images from the Bones season 7 premiere, “The Memories in the Shallow Grave” (airs November 3rd) over at Criminal Complex, in case you missed those from last week. The first episode is paintball, the second is an eating competition; looks like loads of »
- Jay Tomio
A Glee crush, prehistoric murder, big House drama, new love for the New Girl, the Chance clan raising a ruckus and the long-awaited return of Bones are but a few things on tap for Fox this November. The network just coughed up one of our fave documents of the year, its sweeps preview, and we’re here to hit you with the (non-animated) highlights.
Thursday, October 27
Bones | The show is back – sorta – with encore airings of last season’s seminal “The Doctor in the Photo” and “The Change in the Game” – that is, unless the World Series goes seven games. »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
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Question: Is Glee going the Shelby/Puck route? Suspicions were elevated when Fox released that “Pot o’ Gold” promo. —Lulu
Ausiello: I’ll say this: At the end of the next original episode on Nov. 1, there is a very bold interaction between the two. Very bold.
Question: I was wondering if you can give any insight into what is going to be happening with Mercedes on Glee now that she’s the only person not in New Directions? »
- Michael Ausiello
Fox entertainment president Kevin Reilly seemed optimistic about keeping "Bones" alive after the upcoming game-changing Season 7, which sees Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) having a baby together.
"We haven't had any discussions yet," Reilly said to the crowd at the Television Critics Association summer press tour. "I think the producer would like to keep it going. We'd like to keep it going."
The move to Thursday has also been a boon to the series' success, which brought the strongest ratings in its six-season tenure on the network.
"We've been patty darn happy with the performance of 'Bones' on Thursday night," Reilly continues, pointing at how it thrives while other procedurals have flagged. "That's a really valuable show to us."
The mid-season introduction of pseudo-spin-off "The Finder" could also work in "Bones" favor. "We have nothing coming in that could replace it, other than I think, "Finder, »
Luke Kleintank is coming to the Jeffersonian Institute.
He'll be portraying Finn Abernathy, a brilliant, sweet and rough-around-the-edges young genius with a "redneck charm" who earned his college degree at age 16.
According to TV Guide, Cam welcomes Finn aboard the Jeffersonian, but Caroline is concerned about Finn's checkered past and its impact on the rest of the staff.
What will the pregnant Dr. Brennan make of this new face?
The wunderkind did time in a juvenile detention center, after all. While no one can fill the void of Vincent Nigel-Murray, this new squintern sounds intriguing.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Steve Marsi)
There will be a new face at the Jeffersonian Institute on Bones this season.
Bones Season 7 scoop: Booth and Brennan's family matters and a new villain, squintern
No Ordinary Family and Gossip Girl star Luke Kleintank has been cast in the potentially recurring role of young genius Finn Abernathy, TVGuide.com has learned. Described as brilliant, sweet and a bit rough around the edges, Finn earned his college degree at 16. However, his braininess is balanced with redneck charm. (Think Doogie Howser with Larry the Cable Guy's accent.)
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- Adam Bryant
Last night’s episode of No Ordinary Family did not live up to the hype of its futuristic promo.
After running into the future three times, Stephanie Powell (Julie Benz) warns her family about the terrible path that she saw the family nearing. What initially is less than 2 days to change the fate ahead turns into just a few hours until one of the Powells exposes the family on live television. It all comes down to what takes place at City Square one evening and what Stephanie sees ahead is not good.
Once Detective Frank Cordero (Guillermo Diaz) is murdered by a drive by shooter, George (Romany Malco) and Jim (Michael Chiklis) aid in finding the man responsible for the murder not realizing that the next day’s memorial service at City Square could be the end of their lives as they know it. The murder case involves dirty cops. »
- Melody Simpson
After a woman is murdered in the park by Lucas Winnick (guest star Eric Balfour), Jim (Michael Chiklis), Stephanie (Julie Benz), and George (Romany Malco) are on a mission to catch the killer, who they suspect to be a super.
What they don’t know is that Lucas has begun his “super” hit list task that Mrs. X (guest star, Lucy Lawless) assigned. Since Mrs. X is Dr. King’s (Stephen Collins) boss, it comes as no surprise that the Powells are on the list! But before heading to the Powell household, Lucas arrives at Katie’s (Autumn Reeser) apartment searching for Joshua (Josh Stewart). The powers that he senses don’t get him any closer to his target.
“How the hell do I have powers?” – Katie
The latest in the clan to receive powers is Stephanie’s sidekick, Katie…or more specifically, the baby she is now pregnant with! »
- Melody Simpson
17 items from 2011
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