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Mindy Project MD Ed Weeks is scrubbing into Royal Pains… minus the scrubs part.
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Per EW.com, Weeks will guest-star in a Season 7 episode of the USA Network drama as Cole Chapman Smith, an intense method actor who recruits Hank to help him prepare for his next role.
Royal Pains‘ seventh season bows Tuesday, June 2, with Weeks’ episode set to air mid-June. He currently portrays Dr. Jeremy Reed on the yet-to-be-renewed Mindy.
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As of yesterday, production has officially begun on Brian Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past follow-up, X-Men: Apocalypse and we've got a look at some new concept art to give you an idea of what Singer's rolling cameras on. Fresh off the reveal of Kodi Smitt McPhee's incarnation of Nightcrawler, the new concept art offers a look at Professor X's 1980's tech, including Cerebro and the X-Jet, as well as a glimpse at a catacomb that seemingly dates back to ancient Egypt. The range speaks to the scope of the film, which Singer described to Empire as "a big monster of a movie", with "global" stakes and a "mythic" villain. Singer also confirmed that the film will take place in 1983, ten years after the events of Days of Future Past. [caption id="attachment_450955" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Empire[/caption] [caption id="attachment_450949" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Empire[/caption] [caption id="attachment_450951" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Image via Empire[/caption] Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, and Nicholas Hoult »
- Haleigh Foutch
In honor of its 110th anniversary, Variety selects 110 students who represent the future of film, media and entertainment.
School: Northwestern U.
Major: Mfa writing for screen and stage
High Marks: Agrawal’s plays have been produced in theaters in Chicago; Evanston, Ill.; Ithaca, N.Y.; New Bedford, Mass.; and Seattle. She was a writing intern with HBO last summer and the winner of an Emmy Foundation scholarship.
School: Ringling College of Art and Design
Major: Motion design
High Marks: Not only did Ajmeri intern with Psyop and the Mill, two premier motion design studios in New York, but also has been offered a job with the latter. Ajmeri’s national and local freelance work includes a new musicvideo for Jason Derulo.
School: Northwestern U.
Major: Mfa writing for screen and stage
High Marks: Arbery’s “The Logic” was »
- Malina Saval, Christy Grosz, Seth Kelley and Marianne Zumberge
Made in Chelsea has given us plenty of surprises - we just never thought that Andy Jordan being a player would be one of them. Heck, even he thought it was a rather surprising turn of events. But that wasn't all that was going on in sunny Chelsea this week - goodness me, no. Read on for our 13 best bits from Monday's episode...
1. This week's utterly pointless Mark-Francis scene.
Look, to be honest, Mark-Francis has been getting quite involved this series - to the extent that he accidentally got stuck in Stephanie and Josh's argument last week, and looked utterly terrified - so it was presumably a relief for him to be back on solid ground this time around, going shopping with Victoria. He almost got sucked in to yet more Chelsea drama when Lauren and Fran appeared (who knew they were friends?) for a bit of moaning about Stephanie, »
Shortly after the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it reveal of Kodi Smit-McPhee as the younger, sprightly version of the illustrious Nightcrawler, director Bryan Singer has today marked the start of production on X-men: Apocalypse by sharing some photos from the set, which usher the likes of Cylcops, Jean Grey and Jubilee into the limelight.
Sporting decidedly 80s costumes, the images, much like Nightcrawler beforehand, show younger portrayals of the beloved mutants. As you’ll see below, there’s also a handful of interesting changes that the actors have underwent in order to remain faithful to the comics. Game of Thrones‘ Sophie Turner, for instance, dons a a brighter hairstyle for her role as the telekinetic maestro, while Lana Condor’s rendition of Jubilee is almost tit-for-tat, adorning the signature yellow jacket and sunglasses that fans of the X-Men comics will recognize instantly.
Okay my mom is a total Boss! #Xmen #XMenApocalypse #MovieSet #Youngcast #Montreal #SophieTurner #gameofthrones pic. »
- Michael Briers
Continuing on his mutant roll call ahead of next year’s much-anticipated X-Men: Apocalypse, director Bryan Singer has today unveiled our first look at the revised edition of Nightcrawler, who will be brought to life by Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Let Me In‘s Kodi Smit-McPhee.
With production set to get underway today, April 27, the filmmaker marked the occasion by debuting a motion poster for the upcoming sequel, which you can catch a fleeting glimpse of below. A marketing gimmick though they may be, if there was ever a cinematic character to adorn a motion poster its Nightcrawler from the X-Men universe, given his superhuman agility and ability to teleport on a whim. Quick, catch him while you can!
It’s worth nothing that this is simply a mock-up of the concept design, as it’s still early days before we can feast our eyes on »
- Michael Briers
Recently, we've had official confirmation that Ben Hardy will be playing Angel in Bryan Singer's upcoming mutant mash-up X-Men: Apocalypse - as well as news that Olivia Munn will take on Psylocke - but now there's some more artwork to enjoy, this time of Kodi Smit-McPhee as the young Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner), the teleporting superhero first played on the big screen by Alan Cumming in 2003's X-2.Don’t blink or you’ll miss it. Check out this first look of @KodiSmitMcpheee as #Nightcrawler in #XMenApocalypse. https://t.co/Wn4AdMd3tK— X-Men Movies (@XMenMovies) April 27, 2015X-Men: Apocalypse, which reunites the First Class/Days Of Future Past gang of James McAvoy’s Professor X, Michael Fassbender’s Magneto, Jennifer Lawrence’s Mystique and Nicholas Hoult’s Beast, along with newcomers Munn, Hardy, Oscar Isaac as the titular bad guy, Tye Sheridan as Cyclops, Sophie Turner as Jean Grey, Alexandra Shipp »
Filming is now underway in Montreal on the latest X-Men epic, X-Men: Apocalypse, which is being directed once more by Bryan Singer. And, as with the production of Days of Future Past, Singer is utilising his social media avenues to give fans some sneak peeks of what they can expect, with the director today unveling the debut look at the “new” Nightcrawler via his Instagram…
Previously played by Alan Cumming in X-2, the latest incarnation of the character is being portrayed by Kodi Smit-McPhee (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), following the rebooted timeline of X-Men: Days of Future Past.
X-Men: Apocalypse is set for release on May 19th, 2016 in the UK and May 27th, 2016 in the States, with Bryan Singer directing a cast that includes X-Men veterans James McAvoy (Professor X), Michael Fassbender (Magneto), Jennifer Lawrence »
- Scott J. Davis
Today is Monday, which is unfortunate. However, director Bryan Singer feels your pain, so he’s chosen today to unveil the very first look at a new mutant from X-Men: Apocalypse. Production on the Days of Future Past follow-up begins today, and to mark the occasion, Singer has revealed the concept design for the film’s Nightcrawler, who will be played by Let Me In and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes actor Kodi Smit-McPhee. It’s an admittedly brief and early look at the character, but this is the first time the "prequel franchise" has tackled a younger iteration of a mutant from Singer's original X-Men films since the initial casting of X-Men: First Class (or, to a lesser extent, the Toad cameo in Dofp). Since it appears to be a concept image and not Smit-McPhee in actual makeup, it’s tough to spot any significant differences from »
- Adam Chitwood
Big winners! Soap stars and talk show hosts hit Burbank, Calif., on Sunday, April 26, for the 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards. Celebs including Craig Ferguson, Aisha Tyler, and Marie Osmond walked the red carpet outside of Warner Bros. Studios for the Tyra Banks-hosted show, and took the stage to present and accept awards. CBS' The Young and the Restless was one of the big winners of the night, tying Days of Our Lives for Outstanding Drama Series, and going on to win Outstanding Younger Actress in a [...] »
The Daytime Emmy Awards returned to television Sunday night and spread the wealth around with two winners for best daytime drama — Days Of Our Lives and a repeat by last year’s winner, The Young and The Restless. “A few years ago they said soap operas were dead, and reports of our death have been greatly exaggerated,” said Y&R executive producer Jill Farren-Phelps. She added that the CBS daytime drama stands with the other soaps not as a competitor but “as strong survivors with the most talented, most hardworking, most under-rated group of people in show business.”
- Alex Ben Block
Between host Tyra Banks rapping, Craig Ferguson making fun of Sharon Osbourne for being “liquored up” and Betty White imitating Charo, Sunday’s 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards were a wild ride for fans of daytime television.
Backstage, a parade of enthusiastic winners provided just as much entertainment.
Ferguson took home the game show host win for his syndicated “Celebrity Name Game” series. When asked what fuels his success, his self-deprecating side took over: “I think I’m a panicky person that seeks approval,” Ferguson said.
He added that he was grateful for the award, which he took as a vote of confidence in his future after signing off from CBS’ “Late Late Show” in December. “There comes a point where you have to move on and do something else, and that’s why I’m so excited about getting this,” he said. “It makes me feel encouraged. There may be a future for me, »
- Marianne Zumberge
The Daytime Emmys ended in an unexpected tie in the top race. Best Drama Series was awarded to both "Days of Our Lives" and "The Young and the Restless." The last time there was a tie in the top contest was 2007, when "Y&R" shared the prize with "Guiding Light." This is the ninth Drama Series win for "Y&R" and the third for "Days." (See the full list of the winners here.) -Break- Daytime Emmys: Complete list of winners "Y&R" also won Supporting Actress (Amelia Heinle) and Younger Actress (Hunter King) during the telecast on the Pop Network. Heinle's win makes her only the fourth woman to win multiple Supporting Actress trophies and the first to do so consecutively. In addition to its three awards at Friday's Creative Arts ceremony, the top-rated CBS soap took six awards total. The only other win for "Days" was Younger Actor (Freddie Smith). Tha. »
The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards were distributed Sunday, honoring excellence in daytime television programming. This year’s event, hosted by “America’s Next Top Model” host and co-creator Tyra Banks, featured a mix of standout presenters and daytime veterans. The awards were held at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, California, and aired on Pop. Below is the list of nominees and winners. Winner of Lifetime Achievement Award: Betty White Outstanding Drama Series (Tie) “The Bold and the Beautiful” “Days of Our Lives” — Winner “General Hospital” “The Young and the Restless” — Winner Also Read: Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Winners: CBS, »
- Wrap Staff
The Daytime Emmys brought a soap-opera-ish end to its return to television with a tie for the night’s biggest award: Best Drama. The Young and The Restless and Days of Our Lives split that one. Y&R tied with General Hospital for the most awards, as each snagged three. Gh took the top two actor awards for Anthony Geary and Maura West. Tyra Banks hosted the 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards on the Pop network after a year of online-only coverage.The Bold and the Beautiful won … »
The 42nd annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held Sunday evening at the Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, hosted by Tyra Banks and broadcast on Pop (fka Tvgn fka TV Guide Network).
RelatedCBS, General Hospital Lead Daytime Emmy Nominations
CBS led the networks with 24 total wins, including 17 collected at Saturday’s Creative Arts ceremony; syndicated programming followed with 10 wins.
Among soap operas, The Bold and the Beautiful, buoyed by eight Creative Arts wins, dominated by grabbing 10 total statuettes. General Hospital and The Young and the Restless followed with six each, while Days of Our Lives racked up four.
The venerable Betty White »
The two popular shows tied to win outstanding drama series. Other top winners include “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” winning the talkshow/entertainment category again, along with Craig Ferguson for best gameshow host and Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan for best talkshow hosts/entertainment.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences found a new broadcasting home in the cabler Pop, which aired the event live, as opposed to last year’s webcast-only show. Tyra Branks hosted.
See a full list of winners below.
Outstanding Drama Series
Days of Our Lives (NBC) (Winner- Tie)
The Young and the Restless (CBS) (Winner – Tie)
General Hospital (ABC)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
- Variety Staff
The Daytime Emmys announced the winners for their 42th annual awards on Sunday, April 26, during a ceremony hosted by past Emmy-champ Tyra Banks and broadcast live on the Pop Network. Best Drama Series "The Bold and the Beautiful" X -- "Days of Our Lives" "General Hospital" X -- "The Young and the Restless" -Break- Best Actor X -- Anthony Geary, "General Hospital" Christian LeBlanc, "The Young and the Restless" Billy Miller, "The Young and the Restless" Jason Thompson, "General Hospital" Best Actress Peggy McCay, "Days of Our Lives" Alison Sweeney, "Days of Our Lives" Gina Tognoni, "The Young and the Restless" X -- Maura West, "General Hospital" Laura Wright, "General Hospital" Best Supporting Actor Scott Clifton, "The Bold and the Beautiful" X -- Chad Duell, "General Hospital" K »
The Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out Sunday night in Los Angeles. In a shocker, there was a tie for best drama series, with Days of Our Lives sharing the honor with last year's winner, The Young and the Restless. Read More Daytime Emmys Pays Tribute to Joan Rivers, Paul Walker The show, hosted by Tyra Banks, aired live on Pop. Betty White received the Lifetime Achievement Award. A complete list of winners is below. 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards Winners Outstanding Drama Series (Tie) Days of Our Lives (NBC) — Winner The Young and the Restless (CBS) — Winner
- Kimberly Nordyke
The 42nd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards took place on Sunday, April 26, celebrating the best in soap operas, talk shows, courtroom series, culinary programming, and more. Tyra Banks was on hand to host the festivities, which were broadcast on Pop TV as opposed to last year's web-only airing.
"General Hospital" lead the pack in nominations -- the long-running soap was up for 28 awards. Find out who the big winners of the night were below!
Outstanding Drama Series
"Days of Our Lives" - Winner (Tie)
The Young and the Restless" - Winner (Tie)
Outstanding Talk Show / Entertainment
"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" - Winner
"Live! With Kelly and Michael"
Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host
- Alana Altmann
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