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John Noble Brings War to ‘Sleepy Hollow’ in Season 2 Teaser (Video)

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“War isn't coming to Sleepy Hollow. It's been here all along,” John Noble (“Fringe”) says in the first promo for the second season of Fox's unexpected hit last fall. After being revealed as one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse in the season finale, Noble joins the show as a full cast member for Season 2, so he can create as much mayhem as possible. Also read: Fox New Schedule: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Moves to Sundays; ‘Gotham’ Paired With ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Noble was also revealed as the long-lost son of Tom Mison's Ichabod Crane, adding a layer of tragedy for Mison as the child. »


- Jason Hughes

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‘Dome’ Worry, David Letterman Tells You All You Need to Know About ‘Under the Dome’ (Video)

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Did you know there was a dome in “Under the Dome”? Well, there is, and it gets talked about a lot on the show. On “Late Show,” David Letterman presented what he called a recap of the hit CBS summer series, but it quickly devolved into a supercut of the various characters simply saying “dome” over and over and over and over again. Also read: 5 Things to Know About ‘Under the Dome’ Before Watching Season 2 Premiere Featuring virtually every actor and actress in the cast, including Dean Norris, Mike Vogel, Rachelle Lefevre, Alexander Koch, Jolene Purdy, and Britt Robertson, the clip. »


- Jason Hughes

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Emmy Nominations: TheWrap's Live Blog

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Can't wait to see if you finally received that well-deserved Emmy nomination? The wait is almost over. Mindy Kaling and Carson Daly will reveal the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards nominations from Television Academy headquarters early Thursday, with the pre-show starting at 8:15 a.m. Et/5:15 a.m. You can follow it all on our live blog here, where we'll also talk about how totally deserving you are of that award they're totally going to give you. Exciting right? You should probably just stay up all night, staring at this screen, waiting for the fateful words to appear. Thrilling! »


- Wrap Staff

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Elsa Pays for Her Crimes in ‘Frozen Is the New Black’ (Video)

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Before she makes her way on to ABC's “Once Upon a Time” in the fall, Queen Elsa must serve her time for freezing the kingdom of Arendell in the Disney phenomenon “Frozen.” So she voluntarily checks herself into prison in a delightfully subversive animated parody, “Frozen Is the New Black.” See video: 31 ‘Orange Is the New Black’ Actors Were on ‘Law & Order’ (Video) Created by animator Leigh Lahav, Elsa finds herself in a “princess prison,” with all of the classic Disney Princesses, as well as a few other surprises. Gaston and Cruella De Vil can be seen as prison guards. »


- Jason Hughes

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Death Rides for Charlie Hunnam in the Final Season Teaser for ‘Sons of Anarchy’ (Video)

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The violent and bloody FX motorcycle drama that unexpectedly captured the imaginations of Americans from all walks of life is preparing for its seventh and final season. In anticipation, FX premiered a short teaser that is open to all kinds of interpretation, and none of it good. Also read: ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Bringing Walton Goggins Back for Final Season At first, the footage seems innocent enough. It's a shot of Charlie Hunnam riding his bike down the highway. We'd point out that he looks pretty angry, but he always looks that way as Jax. It's when the lightning flashes, though, »


- Jason Hughes

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‘Unbroken’ Star Jack O'Connell Goes to Prison in ‘Starred Up’ Trailer (Video)

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Before he becomes Louis Zamperini in Angelina Jolie‘s “Unbroken,” audiences will have the chance to discover rising star Jack O'Connell in “Starred Up,” the British prison drama that's already won him raves across the film festival circuit. O'Connell plays Eric, a juvenile delinquent whose violent outbursts have the authorities “upgrading” him to the adult prison, where he's in for a tense family reunion with his father (Ben Mendelsohn), also an inmate. Rupert Friend also stars as a concerned prison psychologist who tries to help Eric control his temper and turn his life around before he ends up like his dad. »


- Linda Ge

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7 Days In a McMansion: The Making of Hulu's ‘Real Housewives’ Spoof ‘The Hotwives of Orlando’

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Screaming is going streaming. “The Hotwives of Orlando,” a full parody season of Bravo's money-machine comes to Hulu on July 15. On Tuesday night, the cast, crew, producers, Paramount Digital Entertainment, and Hulu celebrated with a double-episode premiere at the Sherry Lansing Theatre on the Paramount Lot. Also read: ‘Community’ to Return for Season 6 on Yahoo Screen Bucking the the hierarchy of other Hollywood premieres, writers Dannah Phirman and Danielle Schneider gave the opening remarks: “Welcome to the Arclight,” they deadpanned. A cardboard cutout of executive producer Paul Scheer stood in for the real thing until he arrived late. Jack McBrayer and guests in t-shirts. »


- Mikey Glazer

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Aereo Tries a New Legal Approach Following Supreme Court Loss

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Aereo might be down, but it says it is not out. The company, which was handed a defeat by the Supreme Court last month when the court ruled that it violated the broadcast networks’ copyrights, is now seeking a license to essentially operate like a cable system. Also read: Aereo CEO Asks Consumers to Rise Up and Fight for Aereo In a letter sent by Aereo to Judge Alison J. Nathan of U.S. District Court in New York on Wednesday, the company says that it's entitled to a license, based on the Supreme Court's ruling. “After the Supreme Court's decision, »

- Tim Kenneally

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‘Halo: Nightfall’ Recruits '24' Actress Christina Chong as Female Lead (Exclusive)

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Rising star Christina Chong, who can currently be seen on “24: Live Another Day,” will play the female lead in Sergio Mimica-Gezzan's digital feature project “Halo: Nightfall,” TheWrap has learned. Chong joins TV veteran Mike Colter in the live-action project, which hails from 343 Industries, Xbox Entertainment Studios and Scott Free Productions. Also read: Ridley Scott's New ‘Halo’ Digital Project Recruits ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Director (Exclusive) Ridley Scott and Scott Free TV president David Zucker are executive producing “Halo: Nightfall,” which was written by “Prison Break” creator Paul Scheuring. It is completely separate from the “Halo” TV series that Steven Spielberg is producing for. »


- Jeff Sneider

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Penelope Cruz in Talks to Join Sacha Baron Cohen in ‘Grimsby’

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Penelope Cruz is in negotiations to join Sacha Baron Cohen in the soccer hooligan action comedy “Grimsby,” an individual familiar with the project tells TheWrap. Louis Letterier is directing the film which follows Mark Strong as a British black ops spy who is forced to go on the run and team up with his idiotic English football hooligan brother (Baron Cohen). Also read: Isla Fisher Joins Husband Sacha Baron Cohen in Sony's Spy Spoof ‘Grimsby’ (Exclusive) Ian McShane, Rebel Wilson, Annabelle Wallis, David Harewood, Gabourey Sidibe and English comedian Johnny Vegas all co-star, while Isla Fisher also has a supporting role. »


- Linda Ge

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‘Seinfeld’ to Live Again in Emoji Form

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Worlds are colliding! Sixteen years after going off the air, “Seinfeld” is expected to live again on iOS in the form of 42 emojis. Also read: Esquire Greenlights ‘Car Matchmaker’ Hosted by Emmy-Nominated ‘Seinfeld’ Writer Spike Feresten (Exclusive) Jason Richards, the guy behind the “Seinfeld” Twitter account that imagines what the hit NBC sitcom would be like if it existed in the present day, previewed several of the adorable little icons. Once downloaded to an iPhone, they can be used in virtually any digital capacity. The emoji set included not only portraits of George, Elaine, Jerry, and Kramer, but also recurring fan favorites like the. »


- Travis Reilly

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Lifetime Orders ‘Clan of the Cave Bear’ Adaptation From Ron Howard, Brian Grazer

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Lifetime has given a drama pilot order adapted from Jean M. Auel's “The Clan of the Cave Bear” novels from executive producers Ron Howard, Brian Grazer and Allison Shearmur. “I've always admired Jean M. Auel's timeless work,” said Lifetime's executive vice president and general manager, Rob Sharenow, said in a statement. Also read: Zendaya on Exiting Lifetime's Aaliyah Movie: It ‘Wasn't All the Way There’ A co-production of Fox 21 and Lionsgate in association with Imagine Television and Allison Shearmur Productions, the project will be written by Linda Woolverton, Francie Calfo and Auel will also serve as executive producers. »


- Jethro Nededog

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Seth Rogen and James Franco's ‘The Interview’ Blasted by North Korea in Un Complaint

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North Korea is not letting Seth Rogen and James Franco off the hook for their upcoming comedy “The Interview,” and has now lodged a formal complaint with the United Nations, according to a report by Reuters. In a letter written to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, dated June 27 but obtained by Reuters on Wednesday, North Korea's U.N. Ambassador Ja Song Nam accused the United States of sponsoring terrorism and committing an act of war by allowing the production and forthcoming distribution of a movie about a plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (played in the film by. »


- Linda Ge

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Lilly Ghalici Exits Bravo's ‘Shahs of Sunset’

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Two and she's through. Lilly Ghalichi won't be returning to Bravo's “Shahs of Sunset,” individuals with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap. Ghalici joined the Ryan Seacrest Productions show in its second season. Dubbed the “Persian Barbie,” Ghalici is from Texas, not Los Angeles, where the other castmembers grew up. See video: Stephen Colbert Welcomes Jimmy Fallon to Late Night Club That Includes ‘Shahs of Sunset’ Re-Runs From the get-go, her conservative beliefs and dislike of heavy partying and drinking rubbed several of the castmembers the wrong way. Last season, she chose not to attend several of the group's biggest events. »


- Jethro Nededog

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‘Fox & Friends’ Hosts Are Super Confused by Gender-Neutral Bathrooms (Video)

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Illinois State University has decide to make gender-neutral bathrooms a part of their campus, but “Fox & Friends” might not necessarily approve. Hosts of Fox News’ oft-controversial morning show were caught on camera giggling at the very thought. “Someone call the P.C. police,” said Heather Nauert, kicking off her report with the least neutral sentence imaginable. “You're not going to believe this one.” The panel then plastered a picture of the pink and blue signs the university is using to designate the neutral bathrooms (above), and shared another good laugh. See also: ‘Fox & Friends’ Advice for Women in the Workplace: ‘Don't Talk Too. »


- Travis Reilly

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Justin Bieber Avoids Jail After Pleading No Contest in Egging Case

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Justin Bieber won't be serving any hard time after egging his neighbor's home back in January thanks to a last minute plea deal he made with prosecutors, according to a statement given to TheWrap by the a Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. The “Baby” singer was charged with misdemeanor vandalism at his arraignment Wednesday afternoon and after entering a plea of no contest, Bieber was sentenced to two years of formal probation, community labor and court-mandated anger management classes. Also read: Tom Hanks Teaches Justin Bieber ‘This Is How We Do It’ on the Dance Floor Bieber was also ordered to pay his Calabasas, »


- Travis Reilly

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‘Divergent’ Trilogy Closer ‘Allegiant’ Drafts ‘Maze Runner’ Writer Noah Oppenheim

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Lionsgate is moving forward towards the conclusion of its newest Ya franchise, “Divergent,” and has hired Noah Oppenheim to adapt the final book in the Veronica Roth trilogy, “Allegiant,” an individual familiar with the project tells TheWrap. The book will actually be split into two films, following in the footsteps of “Harry Potter,” “Twilight” and “The Hunger Games,” but thus far Oppenheim is only signed on to write the first part. Also read: Naomi Watts Joins Shailene Woodley, Theo James in ‘Divergent’ Sequels Shailene Woodley stars in the franchise as Tris Prior, a teenager living in a futuristic dystopian Chicago who discovers. »


- Linda Ge

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Tom Cruise Recruits Alec Baldwin, ‘White Queen's’ Rebecca Ferguson for ‘Mission: Impossible 5'

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Alec Baldwin is in talks to join Tom Cruise in “Mission: Impossible 5,” while “The White Queen” star Rebecca Ferguson is the choice for the film's female lead, an individual familiar with the Paramount project has told TheWrap. Paramount did not immediately reply to a request for comment. Ferguson is poised to land the same role that Jessica Chastain was once rumored for. Cruise has always had eclectic taste in his leading ladies, and Ferguson represents a fresh face who could add some mystery to the action-packed spy franchise. Also read: Alec Baldwin NY Mag Writer Divulges Actor's Pain: ‘He's Like A Guy. »


- Jeff Sneider

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‘Outlander’ Sends Claire Back in Time in New Clip (Video)

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The wait is almost over for “Outlander” fans, and it's been a long, long wait, according to the newest behind-the-scenes video from the Starz adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's bestselling fantasy romance novel. Gabaldon and executive producer Ronald D. Moore discuss the many failed attempts to adapt the book into a feature film and how they are finally bringing the story of time-traveling nurse Claire (Caitriona Balfe) to life as a 16-episode series, while new scenes from Starz's adaptation are shown. Also read: Starz's ‘Outlander’ Gets August Premiere Date, Key Art “Outlander” follows Claire as she's ripped violently from her own era — the 1920s. »


- Linda Ge

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Stevie Nicks to Mentor Adam Levine's Team on ‘The Voice’

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Stevie Nicks is lending her talents to Adam Levine for the upcoming seventh season of “The Voice.” The 61-year-old Fleetwood Mac legend will mentor the Maroon 5 singer's team, NBC confirmed via the competitive singing show's official Twitter account. Also read: Adam Levine on Why He's So Misunderstood: ‘I'm Not a Douchebag’ Nicks isn't the only big name joining this season's cast, either. As TheWrap previously reported, No Doubt's Gwen Stefani and “Happy” singer Pharrell Williams are new judges this season and will join returning favorites Blake Shelton and Levine. #TeamAdam it's time to welcome @StevieNicks to #TheVoice family! http://t. »


- Travis Reilly

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