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Casting Under Way on Scream TV Series; Three Possible Stars Revealed

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While the Scream movie franchise has reached a standstill, the spin-off TV series is coming along smoothly with casting currently under way. On tap for you today are the first details so read on!

Per Up and Comers, John Karna, Carlson Young ("True Blood"), and Amadeus Sarafini are among the top choices to lead MTV’s one-hour series pilot based on the film franchise.

Young is said to be the top pick to play Brooke Maddox, a 16-year-old who is described as the high gloss queen bee who thinks she’s nice and the world’s just reading her wrong, capable of being bubbly and seemingly genuine and also capable of being ferociously sexy.

No word yet on what roles the other young actors are up for.

A source also told the site that some of the casting has already been completed and that at least one of the main »

- John Squires

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Come Back to Me for an Exclusive Clip and New Artwork

22 July 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

On tap right now are a really creepy clip and the final poster art for the psycho-looking new film Come Back to Me (review). Check them out, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it! Gonna be a heavy week, folks! Get set!

Come Back to Me is a horror film based on the novel titled The Resurrectionist by Wrath James White, which will be playing in limited theaters and available on iTunes, DirecTV, and iN-Demand on July 25th.

The flick stars Matt Passmore ("The Glades"), Katie Walder ("Gilmore Girls"), Nathan Keyes (The Kings of Summer), Maura West ("General Hospital," "The Young and The Restless"), and Laura Gordon (Saw V). The film is written and directed by Paul Leyden (also known for his roles on "The Young and the Restless" and "As The World Turns").

Synopsis

Sarah (Walder) and Josh McLaren (Passmore) are a young »

- Steve Barton

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Press Tour: 'Jane the Virgin' breakout Gina Rodriguez 'waited patiently' for right role

18 July 2014 11:48 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Anyone looking for the breakout star of the upcoming fall TV season found the answer in "Jane the Virgin" leading lady Gina Rodriguez. When you can charm a room full of grouchy, sleep-deprived critics at the 2014 TCA summer press tour -- as Rodriguez did, with ease -- you can probably win over the world. The panel easily could've gone the other way. "Jane," inspired by a Venezuelan telenovela, has one of the new season's most absurd premises: Jane (Rodriguez), a young college student Miami and avowed virgin, is accidentally artificially inseminated during a visit to her Ob-gyn and winds up pregnant. The father, Rafael (Justin Baldoni), is the owner of the hotel where Jane works. And that's where the insanity begins. In the hands of showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman ("Emily Owens, M.D."), "Jane" adopts the same heightened mix of comedy, romance, sentimentality and unique, relatable characters that defined the »

- Geoff Berkshire

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'Jane the Virgin': The CW's Hilarious New Comedy with a Miraculous Twist

18 July 2014 11:30 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Think Ugly Betty meets Gilmore Girls.

In a network that is jam-packed with vampires, witches, dark creatures, and brave superheroes, this fall The CW is gifting fans with an outrageous new twist: An endearing and funny new series with absolutely no supernatural elements. Gasp!

Jane the Virgin, which will join the CW's Monday night line-up on Oct. 13, is an adaptation of a hit Venezuelan telenovela starring Gina Rodriguez as Jane, a virgin who is accidentally artificially inseminated duing a routine gyno appointment. It's pretty much every twenty-something girl's wildest nightmare that we never realized could happen.

However, don’t let this wacky (and admittedly terrifying!) premise stop you from tuning in and missing out on all the small screen fun. At its heart, Jane the Virgin is a ridiculously charming show brought to you by co-creators Ben Silverman (Ugly Betty) and Jennie Snyder Urman (Emily Owens M.D.).

Related: Fall TV is Finally Catching Up to America on Diversity »

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Jane the Virgin EPs Justify Edgy Title, Promise a Comedy About 'Morality'

18 July 2014 10:37 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The cast and executive producers of The CW’s Jane the Virgin — described as “Ugly Betty meets Gilmore Girls” — assembled Friday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour to explain their “whimsical” new comedy to the press.

Related Fall TV First Impression: Jane the Virgin

The show’s title, of course, was one of the first things up for discussion.

“We knew it had edge to it,” executive producer Ben Silverman admitted, clarifying that CW President Mark Pedowitz was always a supporter of the title. “But the moment you see the show, you see it’s all about thoughtfulness and morality. »

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'Jane the Virgin' Showrunner Wants ' 'Ugly Betty' Meets 'Gilmore Girls' '

18 July 2014 10:20 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Comparisons to Ugly Betty are inevitable for Jane the Virgin. Not only is it one of the few American telenovela adaptations to make it to the air, it's the second Latino family dramedy to come from executive producer Ben Silverman. But Silverman kept relatively mum during Jane the Virgin's Friday panel at the Television Critics Association, with showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman instead talking about how she sees her show resembling Ugly Betty. Photos Broadcast TV's New 2014-15 Shows "I wanted to describe it as Ugly Betty meets Gilmore Girls," explained Snyder Urman, saying the three generations of women depicted

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- Michael O'Connell

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Come Back to Me Involves a Dark Loner and a Mysterious Accident: A Preview

10 July 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

A few release details have been announced for the indie horror title Come Back to Me. This film, which is an adaptation to screen of Mathew Guinn's novel The Resurrectionist, involves a strange pregnancy, memory lapses and a sinister neighbour. Come Back to Me stars stars Matt Passmore ("The Glades"), Katie Walder ("Gilmore Girls"), Nathan Keyes (The Kings of Summer), Maura West and Laura Gordon. A trailer and film poster for the film are available here. The film's story blends mystery with an action element. The central character, Sarah (Walder), is involved in a car accident, which leaves her with amnesia. Her memory loss increases into blackouts, until Sarah's life begins to unravel. Now, a strange neighbour is entering Sarah's life, with a malevolent intent and dark secrets are revealed about Sarah's debilitating accident. The trailer for Come Back to Me is available below. The clip shows Sarah struggling with »

- noreply@blogger.com (Michael Allen)

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Come Back to Me for Artwork and Nearly a Dozen Stills

9 July 2014 1:55 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

On tap right now are some surprisingly bloody new stills and the first poster art for the creepy looking new film Come Back to Me. Check them out, and look for more on this one as soon as we get it!

Come Back to Me is a horror film based on the novel titled The Resurrectionist by Matthew Guinn, which will be playing in limited theaters and available on iTunes, DirecTV, and iN-Demand on July 25th.

The flick stars Matt Passmore ("The Glades"), Katie Walder ("Gilmore Girls"), Nathan Keyes (The Kings of Summer), Maura West ("General Hospital," "The Young and The Restless"), and Laura Gordon (Saw V). The film is written and directed by Paul Leyden (also known for his roles on "The Young and the Restless" and "As The World Turns").

Synopsis

Sarah (Walder) and Josh McLaren (Passmore) are a young married couple living in suburban Las Vegas. Shortly after a car accident, »

- Steve Barton

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Fall TV First Impression: ABC's How to Get Away With Murder

8 July 2014 6:16 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The broadcast networks have more than two dozen shows debuting this fall, including Katherine Heigl‘s TV comeback, a trip to Gotham, a third NCIS and a Flash-y Arrow offshoot. To help you prep for it all, TVLine is offering First Impressions of the not-for-review pilots.

Next up on our list….

Photos Fall TV Preview: Your Guide to What’s New!

The Show | ABC’s How to Get Away With Murder (Thursdays at 10/9c, premiere date Tba)

The Competition | CBS’ Thursday Night Football/Elementary and NBC’s Parenthood

The Cast | Viola Davis (The Help), Billy Brown (Sons of Anarchy), Charlie Weber »

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Saturday Shorts: ‘God’, starring Melissa McCarthy

5 July 2014 9:38 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Today’s film is the 1998 short God. The film is written and directed by John August, and stars Sam Pancake, Martin Yu, and Melissa McCarthy. McCarthy rose to prominence with her role as Sookie St. James on the tv show Gilmore Girls, going on to roles in tv shows such as Samantha Who? and Mike and Molly, as well as movies such as The Nines (where she reprises the character from this short film), Bridesmaids, and The Heat. Her newest feature, titled Tammy, which she also co-wrote, is now playing in wide release in American theatres.

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- Deepayan Sengupta

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Fry & Laurie's Sherlock, Gavin & Stacey Us: 5 shows axed before they aired

4 July 2014 5:21 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Hieroglyph - we hardly knew ye.

Greenlit by Us network Fox, the action-adventure series starring Spooks and Beauty & The Beast veteran Max Brown was axed earlier this week before it had aired a single episode.

The broadcaster cited "creative reasons" for the pre-premiere cancellation, though perhaps Fox was cleaning house following the surprise exit of entertainment chairman Kevin Reilly?

Brown and his co-stars can at least take some solace in the fact that they're far from the first cast and crew to have a show commissioned and then canned in quick succession...

Gregory House kills Sherlock Holmes

In early 2004, it was announced that Conan Doyle aficionado Stephen Fry was to play Sherlock Holmes in a TV drama for ITV, with his old sparring partner Hugh Laurie cast as Watson.

Ironically, it was the unexpected success of House - in which Laurie played the Holmes-inspired title character - that scuppered the project. »

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7 Truly Bizarre Melissa McCarthy Facts - Starting With Cousin Jenny!

3 July 2014 1:30 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

By now, most of us are familiar with Melissa McCarthy's work. From Tammy to The Heat, Bridesmaids, and all the way back to Gilmore Girls, there doesn't seem like there's much more to know about the hilarious actress. In fact, there's a lot you don't know about Melissa. Check it out and tell us which fun fact surprised you the most! »

- Becca Frucht

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Watch this Supercut of Melissa McCarthy's Raunchiest, Most Shocking Movie Moments (Video)

2 July 2014 7:53 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Melissa McCarthy has found her cinematic groove, portraying one funny character after another. After seven years on “Gilmore Girls,” where she played clumsy chef and best friend Sookie St. James, McCarthy made the jump to the silver screen with the film “The Back-Up Plan,” co-starring Jennifer Lopez. It wasn't until “Bridesmaids,” however, that the world was first introduced to her comedic potential. The movie also paved the way for her successful comedic career that has followed. Today, McCarthy's credits are full of hysterical movie roles, from a con artist to a Boston detective. Her latest flick “Tammy,” which hits theaters July. »

- Lindsay Goldstein

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Bill Murray Is Terrible at Babysitting Melissa McCarthy’s Kid in the St. Vincent Trailer

1 July 2014 2:45 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Though she broke out recently playing overconfident yet lovable maniacs, Melissa McCarthy does have experience playing regular people, whether it was on Gilmore Girls or currently on Mike & Molly. The understated, indie comedy St. Vincent will be her return to form. Opening on October 24, McCarthy co-stars as a single mother who lets the cranky Bill Murray babysit her 12-year-old son. Shenanigans ensue. It might as well be called Rushless. »

- Jesse David Fox

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7 potentially awesome shows canceled before they premiered

1 July 2014 11:38 AM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

You know how sometimes you go to Chipotle and you’re midway through having the guy build your burrito—then you realize you’ve made a terrible mistake? Maybe you should have gone for the chicken instead of the beef, or a wheat tortilla instead of white, or perhaps you finally decide you don’t even like Chipotle in the first place. This also happens to TV executives when ordering shows.

Sometimes, even after slogging through months of development, script revisions, a pilot order, a series order, and even announcing a premiere date, executives will still stop and go: Wait, »

- James Hibberd

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‘Tammy’ Review: Melissa McCarthy's Character Comedy, Minus Comedy and a Character

1 July 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

One of the questions that comes up a lot in Screenwriting 101 classes is, “What does the protagonist want?” It's a question that co-writers Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone might have considered in “Tammy,” since it's never really clear who the title character (played by McCarthy) even is, much less what her drives (and eventual goals) might be. I certainly wanted to like Tammy, and “Tammy,” since I've been a fan of McCarthy going all the way back to her work on “Gilmore Girls,” and at Los Angeles’ Groundlings improv theater prior to her dynamic, Oscar-nominated turn in “Bridesmaids.” But »

- Alonso Duralde

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‘Tammy’s’ Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone Build a Comedy Empire One Raunchy Joke at a Time

24 June 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Melissa McCarthy has emerged as one of Hollywood’s biggest movie stars. But her offscreen lifestyle suggests otherwise.

She still resides in a small three-bedroom house in Los Angeles suburb Toluca Lake with her husband, Ben Falcone.

Their two young daughters share a room, and her Mac computer is packed in the closet.

“We’re in the tiniest bedroom on Earth,” McCarthy confesses. On the morning of the 2012 Oscars, when she was getting dolled up for her big evening as a supporting actress nominee for her breakout role as the loudmouth sidekick in “Bridesmaids,” she didn’t have any space in the house to get dressed. “I had my stylist come to my garage,” McCarthy says. “My friends are like, ‘Get it together!’”

(Danielle Levitt for Variety)

McCarthy recounts this story on a recent evening in Budapest over a long dinner of veggie burgers, cucumber salad and beer. Her husband of nine years, »

- Ramin Setoodeh

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We love the 2000s: EW staffers pick the decade's best pop culture moments

21 June 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Not too long ago, we were all living in the New Millennium, less affectionately known as the age of Y2K. Or if you want to be technical about it, it was the first decade of the 21st century. And during those 10 years, pop culture thrived. Not only did Nipplegate change the way we looked at Super Bowl halftime shows, but things like Laguna Beach made us rethink “reality,” Heath Ledger’s performance in The Dark Knight redefined the term “Oscar-worthy,” and Glee revived the television musical.

So with VH1′s I Love the 2000s wrapping up tonight, we thought »

- Samantha Highfill

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‘Coherence’ is as immensely entertaining as it is thoughtful

20 June 2014 10:25 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Coherence

Written and directed by James Ward Byrkit

USA, 2014

James Ward Byrkit’s feature debut Coherence has been drawing rave comparisons to Shane Carruth’s Primer since its first appearances on the festival circuit, due to its in-depth exploration of its sci-fi hook. But for fans of the DC Comics animated films, it will instead recall the late, great Dwayne McDuffie’s final script, Crisis on Two Earths. For all of the four-color superheroics in that film, it shares with Coherence a nihilistic take on quantum physics that can call into question the very nature of human existence. And, like Coherence, it’s as immensely entertaining as it is thoughtful.

Somewhere in California, a dinner party is being held. Eight friends gather together, with some quick-hitting exposition at the beginning of the film laying out that there will be some drama afoot. It looks to be soap-opera-level drama, most likely, »

- Mark Young

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Vulture TV Awards: The Year’s Best Dialogue Is on Sherlock

19 June 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

We’re in the midst of our week-long Vulture TV Awards, honoring the best things television had to offer in the past year. In addition to the awards selected by our staff writers, we also asked a few industry luminaries to weigh in on their favorites. David Milch wrote about TV villains, Kurt Sutter discussed a death on Boardwalk Empire that particularly affected him, and to present her pick in the Best Dialogue category, we now give the floor to Gilmore Girls and Bunheads creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.Winner: Sherlock I don’t believe in “the best” when it come to writing. Who the hell am I to judge what the “best” dialogue is? Awards were invented by cruel businessmen and fueled by insecure artists who are desperately looking for validation and that elusive hug from Mommy and — oh, wait! Sherlock! Uh ... okay, never mind that crap I just said. Sherlock has the best dialogue. »

- Amy Sherman-Palladino

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