9 items from 2014
CBS has enlisted Mark Harmon and the rest of his NCIS team to help ensure that the military crime drama’s New Orleans-based spin-off completes its ratings mission. Harmon will make another appearance on NCIS: New Orleans, which launches this fall, and this time he’s bringing more of his crew. Harmon’s Leroy Jethro Gibbs, Michael Weatherly’s Anthony “Tony” Dinozzo, Pauley Perrette’s Abigail “Abby” Sciuto, and David McCallum’s Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard will all visit The Big Easy in an unspecified episode. The crossover will partner Harmon with fellow veteran prime-time star Scott Bakula (Quantum Leap »
- James Hibberd
Reese Witherspoon makes some cute kids! The New Orleans native posted a new photo to her Instagram account over the weekend, as she posed for a pic with her adorable 22-month-old son Tennessee James. "Last day of beignets with my boy #NOLAstyle," she captioned the cute candid. While Reese rarely posts photos of her offspring, we love when she does! How adorable is little Tennesse? He looks like the perfect mix of Witherspoon and her hubby Jim Toth. Witherspoon also has son Deacon and daughter Ava with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe.The "Sweet Home Alabama" star spent her holiday weekend in The Big Easy with her family, and it definitely looks like she had a lot of fun showing her fam the town. Who do you think the blonde cutie looks like more? Tell toofab in the comment section below and click "Launch Gallery" above to see even more cute celebrity kids! »
- tooFab Staff
On Saturday, June 28th, Syfy is unleashing Snakehead Swamp, a new Original Movie airing on the network at 9/8c, and today we have the flick's trailer to share. With a cast that includes "Huggy Bear" from "Starsky and Hutch," how can you go wrong?
The Big Easy gets a shake up when snakehead fish terrorize Louisiana's swamp land.
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- Debi Moore
Vic Bateman, an international sales agent in the U.K. whose career in film spanned more than 40 years, has died. He was 72.
Over the years Bateman handled major films such as “The Deer Hunter,” “The Elephant Man,” “A Passage to India,” “All of Me,” “Highlander,” “The Hitcher,” “Death on the Nile,” “Murder on the Orient Express,” “The Last Emperor” and “The Big Easy.”
He began in the contract administration department of British Lion in 1961, developing detailed knowledge of the commercial, financial and legal terms governing distribution arrangements on a global basis. In the early 1970s Bateman was promoted to the international sales division of what was by then Emi Films.
He co-founded United Media Film Sales in 1989 and was instrumental in the financing and worldwide sales of “The Krays” and then set up Victor Films and launched with “Split Second,” starring Rutger Hauer. Bateman handled sales on titles including “Death Machine, »
- Variety Staff
Tributes have been paid to Victor ‘Vic’ Bateman, the co-founder and vice chairman of London-based sales company Av Pictures, has died. He was 72.
Bateman’s career in film spanned more than 40 years. He began in the contract administration department of British Lion in 1961, where he developed detailed knowledge of the commercial, financial and legal terms governing distribution arrangements on a global basis. In the early 1970’s Vic was promoted to the international sales division of what was by then Emi Films.
Over the years, Bateman achieved notable sales successes and established his reputation with film buyers worldwide, handling major films such as The Deer Hunter, The Elephant Man, A Passage to India, All of Me, Highlander, The Hitcher, Death on the Nile, Murder on the Orient Express, The Last Emperor and [link »
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The Big Easy! Beyonce is showing nothing but love for sister Solange Knowles following Solange's Standard Hotel elevator fight with Jay Z in NYC. The "Drunk in Love" singer posted a picture of the siblings smiling ear-to-ear while in New Orleans via Instagram on Saturday, May 17. "New Orleans May17th 2014," Beyonce, 32, wrote. In the snapshot, Solange has her arm placed around Beyonce's neck as they stare up into the camera. Beyonce is fresh-faced in a green-and-white tank top with her locks cascading down her shoulders. [...] »
In the episode, we met the small but mighty team of NCIS: New Orleans: Scott Bakula as leader Agent Pride, Lucas Black as hard southern gent Agent Lasalle and Zoe McClellan as Nola transplant Agent Brody. Cch Pounder played the New Class’s medical examiner. Together with the regular batch of NCIS players, they worked the case of a dead congressman who was once a member of the Fed 5, the nickname given to a »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Almost a year ago, NCIS executive producer Gary Glasberg was pitching storylines to star Mark Harmon when he brought up the idea that would spawn much more than the episode he was hoping to flesh out that day.
“I had learned that there was this small office in the city of New Orleans — a real NCIS office — that this sort of fantastic, larger-than-life character/agent ran for 25 years. It was just him and a couple of other people — and that was it,” Glasberg says. “And I wanted to do it as a sweeps episode, and then Mark said to me »
- Sandra Gonzalez
A most unwelcome face from Klaus’ past returns to New Orleans to raise a little (more) hell.
Terror, thy name is Papa Tunde! The Big Easy’s new big bad reared his not-so-ugly head on the Jan. 28 episode of The Originals, and no vampire was safe from his sacrificial wrath — least of all Rebekah (Claire Holt), who temporarily had her powers sucked out by the well-dressed warlock.
But wait, did I refer to Papa Tunde as the new big bad? What I meant to say was that Papa Tunde, with his ability to suck out vampires’ powers, was merely a pawn in Celeste’s (Shannon Kane) ultimate plot to claim New Orleans for herself. The final scene of the episode found her slitting P.T.’s throat, absorbing the powers of all the fallen supernatural creatures.
In other words, everybody’s screwed. Like, even more so than we already thought. »
- Andy Swift
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