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While I would have preferred a Gotham Central TV series, Fox has won the bidding war over Gotham, a series that follows future police commissioner Jim Gordon in the days before he meets Batman.
Jack Coleman, who I think might be the only person to play two different gay characters on the same night of TV (thanks to gay roles on The Office and The Vampire Diaries) will appear in a recurring role on the upcoming season of Scandal.
In news that makes me happy, FX has ordered a second season of The Bridge. I’m looking forward to seeing Sonya and Marco continue to be TV’s oddest odd-couple cops. I’m also hoping they find a way to keep Matthew Lilard around. He makes more sense than some of The Bridge‘s other peripheral characters.
White Collar is getting even more good looking as EW reports that »
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"Shameless" Season 4 just landed two new stars.
"The Walking Dead's" James Allen McCune, who played Beth's boyfriend Jimmy in Season 2, will join the Showtime drama for multiple episodes. He'll play Matt, a "shy, sweet, inexperienced 20-year-old who takes a shine to Debbie Gallagher," The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
"Shameless" returns for its fourth season on Jan. 12 at 9 p.m. Et. »
Shameless is adding two new characters for season four. The Walking Dead grad James Allen McCune, who played Beth's boyfriend Jimmy in the second season of AMC's hit, and See Dad Run actress Danika Yarosh have joined the Showtime drama in recurring capacities, The Hollywood Reporter has learned exclusively. McCune will appear in multiple episodes as Matt, a shy, sweet, inexperienced 20-year-old who takes a shine to Debbie Gallagher (Emma Kenney), who may end up being far more grown up than he is. Yarosh is set to play Holly, a 15-year-old helping Debbie transition out of childhood and
- Philiana Ng
Chicago – Dwayne Johnson doesn’t just want to be The Rock. And perhaps he is more after all. Despite his professional wrestling fame, “Snitch” is Johnson’s plea to be respected as a true, dramatic actor. He’s doing it now just like Jackie Chan wanted to evolve beyond being just a funny karate man in the latest “The Karate Kid”.
“I really thank Will Smith for giving me a chance to act in this film. For a long time, I’ve wanted to show audiences that I’m not a comedian and I’m not an action star. I’m a true actor. An actor can do everything – just like Robert De Niro. I want to be an Asian Robert De Niro,” Jackie Chan told HollywoodChicago.com in 2010 on “The Karate Kid” red carpet.
Now Dwayne Johnson is trying to make the same kind of conversion. While he »
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Summit Entertainment has sent over a handful of new images for Jonathan Levine’s horror/comedy/romance “Warm Bodies”, along with a new poster for Dwayne Johnson’s “Snitch”. Check them out below, check them outers. In the fast-paced action thriller Snitch, Dwayne Johnson stars as a father whose teenage son is wrongly accused of a drug distribution crime and is looking at a mandatory minimum prison sentence of 10 years. Desperate and determined to rescue his son at all costs, he makes a deal with the U.S. attorney to work as an undercover informant and infiltrate a drug cartel on a dangerous mission — risking everything, including his family and his own life. The film also stars Nadine Velazquez, Jon Bernthal, Susan Sarandon, Jd Pardo, Harold Perrineau, Barry Pepper, Michael Kenneth Williams, Benjamin Bratt, James Allen McCune, Melina Kanakaredes, and takes on the bad guys February 22, 2013. Meanwhile, new images from »
5 items from 2013
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