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U.S. Customs Agent Dale Jakes may have something — feelings — to declare, upon making the acquaintance of a beautiful stranger this Thursday on Graceland.
As seen in these exclusive photos from Season 3’s antepenultimate episode (USA Network, 10/9c), Annie Ilonzeh (Charlie’s Angels, Arrow) will recur as Courtney, a high-powered attorney for the incredibly wealthy/morally bankrupt, whom Jakes (Brandon Jay McLaren) meets as he and Charlie move along their plan to infiltrate Germaine’s business.
As series creator Jeff Eastin previously told TVLine, this season’s cliffhanger heavily involves Jakes, »
The Performer | Frank Dillane
The Show | Fear the Walking Dead
The Episode | “Pilot” (Aug. 23)
The Performance | We’d only watched the first few minutes of The Walking Dead spinoff — the artful opening vignette in which Frank Dillane took junkie Nick Clark from drug-addled confusion to abject terror — before we knew: A star had been born.
The English actor was so in the moment, so vulnerable and palpably afraid, that we couldn’t help but be drawn in. It was as if, like his character, we were seeing a zombie for the very first time. (And, considering how many walkers we’ve seen by now, »
Syfy’s Defiance on Friday night closed Season 3 with one of the most series finale-est episodes one could imagine, apparently choosing not to hedge any bets about its future.
The hour picked up where last week left off, with vicious Kindzi planting her purple paws on li’l Lucas Tarr. Stahma did all she could to wrest the child away from the Omec, even offering to be Kindzi’s slave, but to zero effect. Luckily, just as Kindzi began laying her tongue on the tot’s noggin, »
Tonight at 8/7c, it’s the town of Defiance against the purple people-eaters as the Syfy series brings Season 3 to a close. Will Amanda be able to snap out of her funk to help lead the charge against the Votans’ feral foe?
Tvline | Before we get to the finale, I wanted to rewind to the start of the season. What kind »
RelatedCBS Fall Premiere Dates: Supergirl Gets Big October Launch
TVLine has learned that Benz is joining CBS’ Hawaii Five-0 in the recurring role of Jennifer, a detective from San Francisco who is heading up a task force modeled after Five-0. As the visiting detective does her research, she will form a strong connection with Chin (played by Daniel Dae Kim).
“She’s on »
Whether you're a complete newbie or if the very words “Joss Whedon” make you do the Dance of Joy, the biography Joss Whedon: Geek King of the Universe, by Amy Pascale, is an excellent, fascinating, almost comprehensive read.
It's written in such a way that even if you know nothing about Joss Whedon or his work, it's nevertheless completely accessible, since the context is always explained. It's the fascinating, in-depth story of the progression of the life and career of a creative person, and the impact that has on the others around them.
However, even if you're an avid watcher of Joss Whedon's shows, and have a Giles-like knowledge of his work, there will still be anecdotes that you haven't read before, and those that you have already read will be contextualised organically within the development of his various stories. The book does an excellent job of this, »
Titled “Hungry,” the drama, which is in early development at the network, is an hour long soap set in the down and dirty, cutthroat and exciting restaurant world of New York City. The series centers on a young, aspiring chef who lands the thankless job as a line cook for one of Manhattan’s most famous — and infamous — culinary stars.
Noxon — who is on Variety‘s 2015 Showrunners Impact Report — is on a roll with Bravo’s “Girlfriends’ Guide,” which comes back for Season 2 this fall, plus Lifetime’s critically-acclaimed “UnReal,” which was also renewed for a sophomore season. Debuting this September, Noxon will also »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
X-Force/Cable: Messiah War #1, X-Force (Vol. 3) #14-16, Cable (Vol. 2) #13- 15 (2009) Written by Craig Kyle, Chris Yost, and Duane Swierczynski Art by Michale Choi, Clayton Crain, Ariel Olivetti, and Sonia Oback Colored by Sonia Oback Published by Marvel Comics
There’s a certain trend in most stories where the characters go through some sort of change or growth by the end of the story; they’re no longer the same or in the same position as they were in the beginning. After all, this is the point of a story. “Messiah War”, the Cable/X-Force crossover, completely ignores this crucial aspect of storytelling and winds up being the crossover where nothing happens. “Messiah War” is a seven part crossover that never needed to happen, starring Cable the babysitter and the worst X-Force roster ever assembled. Although it’s not the worst X-Over of all time, “Messiah War” has very little working in its favor. »
- Andrew Doscas
Briefly. It looks like that Marvel’s Agents of Shield spin-off is happening. Marvel’s Most Wanted has now had a pilot ordered by the U.S. network, and will focus on the characters of Bobbi Morse/ Mockingbird (Adrianne Palicki) and Lance Hunter (Nick Blood).
Jeffrey Bell (Angel, The X-Files) and series writer Paul Zbyszewski (Lost) are behind the new potential series, a year after their Shield spin-off failed to make it, so reports The Hollywood Reporter’s The Live Feed.
The post Marvel’s Agents of Shield spin-off confirmed by ABC appeared first on The Hollywood News. »
- Paul Heath
Last night's Celebrity Wife Swap was one of the weirder ones yet, and it has many people asking this morning, "Is Corey Feldman running an all-girl sex cult?" It certainly appears so, though it's not clear if this is all an act, if he is in on the joke, or if he has truly gone batshit crazy. His behavior on the episode, which saw the former Lost Boys and Goonies star swapping girlfriends/fiancés with comedian Tommy Davidson, certainly indicates that he has lost touch with all reality, as the former teen heartthrob presents himself as a cross between Charles Manson, Hugh M. Hefner and Michael Jackson.
Corey Feldman introduces his girls, known as Corey's Angels, on the show. And this is a very real thing that he does. He tours around the country performing with these woman, three of whom live with him in his Feldmansion. This Celebrity »
T.J. Miller appears as tubby Augie who gets a guided tour of Satan’s lair in the new red band trailer released Wednesday for the R-rated stop-motion animated comedy “Hell & Back” Mila Kunis voices demon Deema, who leads the human visitors astray, while Bob Odenkirk is the devil, and Susan Sarandon plays Barb the Angel. Danny McBride, Rob Riggle, Jennifer Coolidge and Michael Peña also appear in the movie from the producers of Adult Swim’s stop-motion series “Robot Chicken” at ShadowMachine studio. Yahoo Movies hosted the trailer release for the film, which is due in theaters Oct. 2, and posted »
- Deborah Day
T.J. Miller, Nick Swardson and Rob Riggle lend their voices to three friends who literally find themselves in hell in the first red band trailer for Hell & Back. We got our first look at Hell & Back with new photos that debuted back in May, but this age-restricted trailer shows off the film's adult-themed humor. This stop-motion animated comedy hails from the same company that produces Adult Swim's Robot Chicken. Yahoo! Movies also spoke with T.J. Miller about how voice over work takes away his biggest comedic asset.
"I lose the most valuable asset to my comedic skill set, which is how weird looking I am. You only have your voice. You can't make a stupid face. In Silicon Valley a lot of my laughs come from Erlich just giving a sort of look. It really is a lot what he looks like, even my facial hair."
Remy (voiced by »
The first red band trailer has been released for "Hell and Back," an R-rated stop-motion animated comedy feature from the creators of Adult Swim's "Robot Chicken" series. The film hits cinemas on October 2nd.
T.J. Miller, Nick Swardson and Rob Riggle lend their voices to three friends who literally find themselves in hell in the comedy which also boasts a cast that includes Mila Kunis as a demon, Danny McBride as Orpheus, Susan Sarandon as an Angel, and Bob Odenkirk as The Devil.
- Garth Franklin
Per The Hollywood Reporter. Ilonzeh will play Courtney Gallo, a beautiful and brilliant attorney who quickly grabs Jakes’ eye. She will first appear in the Sept. 3 episode.
In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Fantastic Four, X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool, Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man, Blade, Captain Marvel, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Guardians of the Galaxy, Daredevil, The Punisher, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman, Suicide Squad, Constantine, Arrow, The Flash, Vixen, Supergirl, Gotham, Powerless, Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem, Lego DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom!, The Lego Batman Movie, Heroes Reborn, Guardians and more…
After a shambolic opening weekend which saw its director taking to social media to voice his displeasure, the film earning the lowest ever CinemaScore for a studio superhero movie, and bombing at the box office with a worldwide haul of just $60.3 million, the Fantastic Fallout from Fantastic Four continued this week as details emerged suggesting that Josh Trank was almost fired before – and during – production on the superhero reboot, »
- Gary Collinson
The two-year, multimillion-dollar pact will keep the duo providing exec producer and showrunner services on “Grimm.”
That series, a steady performer for NBC’s Friday night slate, will return with its fifth season on Oct. 30.
The supernatural drama, inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales, tied with CBS’ “Blue Bloods” as the season’s No. 1-rated scripted series on the night in adults 18-49. Despite airing this spring in the generally low-rated 8 p.m. hour on Fridays, its original episodes averaged a 2.1 demo rating and about 7.4 million viewers overall, according to Nielsen’s “live plus-7” estimates.
Before “Grimm,” Greenwalt served as exec producer on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and co-created its spinoff “Angel” with Joss Whedon. He also co-created and exec produced Fox’s short-lived, yet critically acclaimed, drama “Profit. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Series two of the BBC3 mockumentary gave us a glimpse of the personal lives of the Kurupt FM gang, but the show is best when it sticks to the goings on at the pirate radio station
The second full series of BBC3’s People Just Do Nothing comes to an end this week with the members of pirate radio station Kurupt FM celebrating the launch of Brentford’s leading new nightclub, the Champagne Steam Rooms. It has been a welcome return from the gang, including Mc Grindah and DJ Beats, with series two seeing pirate radio’s most deluded duo muddle by while continuing their efforts to keep listening figures up in the high double digits.
Garage Mc Grindah has had it particularly tough this time out, having to endure the woes of looking after his child after girlfriend Miche got a job in a beauty salon. He stepped up to the plate, »
- David Renshaw
Grr, argh. Sit, Ubu, sit. I made this! What’s the story behind the production company tags added onto our favourite TV shows?
Closing logos have evolved into a TV production company’s tiny stamp of individuality. They’re a single snippet of screen time not at the mercy of network notes, audience feedback or sponsorship concerns.
A closing tag doesn’t need to sell a show, tell a story, or lasso an audience back for the next episode. It’s simply a signature, a few seconds entirely belonging to the creatives, to do with what they will.
As such, closing logos are as self-indulgent or esoteric as the production company wills them. They’re perhaps the only place in television production where in-jokes, family photos, personal homages (or extended rants in the case of one comedy producer) and kid-drawn scribbles usually found taped to the fridge door are entirely welcome. »
1 | Based on what Killjoys’ “Lucy” detailed about the timing of John’s return to the ship, can we deduce that the Dutch/D’av sex didn’t last much longer than “8 minutes, 29 seconds”?
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2 | Is there a single stereotype that Disney Channel’s Bunk’D didn’t assign to its young Asian camper? »
Since her debut in the third season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Faith, the more rebellious, hot-tempered, occasionally sociopathic Slayer who acts as a foil to Sarah Michelle Gellar’s Buffy, was only ever unequivocally defeated by two people in a fight: Buffy, and, during season one of Angel, Angel. Which makes sense, since they’re both the title characters of their respective shows. Faith, portrayed by Eliza Dushku, was a fierce fighter who wrestled with demons both internal and external. But she never had to deal with the nefarious likes of One Direction.Dushku was two months into a film shoot in Pittsburgh, during which time she lived in the same hotel room. Then One Direction rolled into town like Hellspawn: “Don’t worry One Direction. It was super chill movin outta my hotel room so u can have the Entire Floor I’ve been staying on for 2 months, »
- Greg Cwik
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