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Season 3 of Damages will be premiering on January 25, 2010 and several new cast members will be joining the cast (see when your other favorite shows will be returning in 2010). FX has released several photos in anticipation of the season 3 premiere. Damages is a great, dramatic show with solid performances, even if the quality did dip a bit in season 2. If you don't watch it, you still have time to catch up on seasons 1 and 2, before season 3 premieres.
Check out the cast photos below. It's all very dark and mysterious.
FX’s award-winning legal thriller Damages is adding four superior actors to its cast with Campbell Scott and Martin Short signing on as series regulars, and Lily Tomlin and Keith Carradine joining as special guest stars for the upcoming season premiering in January. »
FX has announced that both Campbell Scott and Martin Short are joining their popular drama Damages as series regulars. In other casting news, both Lily Tomlin and Keith Carradine will guest star during season three, which is set to premiere in January. Here is the official press release:
FX's award-winning legal thriller Damages is adding four superior actors to its cast with Campbell Scott and Martin Short signing on as series regulars, and Lily Tomlin and Keith Carradine joining as special guest stars for the upcoming season premiering in January. Production of the show's 13-episode third season begins tomorrow in New York.
For the second consecutive year, +Damages received seven Emmy Award nominations and Glenn Close won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
The box office is Furious; Jack Bauer leaves 24 for Joel Schumacher’s Twelve; Paul Weitz looks at Little Fockers; Rosemarie DeWitt and Chris Cooper are Company Men; Aaron Eckhart and Nicole Kidman stare into the Rabbit Hole; we make a date for Sex and The City 2 and Christian Bale and Mark Wahlberg are Prisoners.
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker raced into the number one position with Fast and Furious. The action sequel banked a massive $72 million over the weekend - showing that there is plenty of gas left in the Fast and Furious franchise. Maybe Vin Diesel will get those Riddick movies made after all.
Monster vs. Aliens dropped to second place but it still managed to gross $33 million giving the animated film a gross of over $100 million.
The Haunting in Connecticut took another $9.6 million bringing the total gross to a pretty decent $37 million.
Nicolas Cage’s hair banked another $8 million, »
- Niall Browne
3 items from 2009
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