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Morning Meme: Brian Williams' Hard-Hitting Marcel the Snail Interview, "Glee"'s Michael Jackson Tribute, and "Rock of Ages" Is Out Of Tune

14 December 2011 3:45 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

It's now official – Christopher Meloni has joined True Blood as an ancient vampire who holds Bill and Eric's fate in his hands. Whatever. As long as he gets naked.

Vodka infused gummi bears? Where have you been all of my life?

Daniel Hernandez, the out gay man who was credited with saving Congresswoman Gifford's life after the shooting, has taken his seat on the school board, now an elected official in his own right.

It's one thing to blow off counseling, community service, court dates and rehab, but now Lindsay Lohan has gone too far: she didn't show for the taping of The Ellen Show, which, by the way, was a contractual obligation for her Playboy spread.

The Ntsb has recommended banning drivers from texting and operating cell phones, even with hands free devices. I think that ship has sailed, honestly.

It turns out that big feet don't mean big anything except shoes. »

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The TVLine-Up: TV Worth Watching This Monday

28 November 2011 4:50 AM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

On TV this Monday: The Sing-Off signs off, Mr. Stink, Stank, Stunk makes his annual visit, and crime-solvers Johnson, Isles and Rizzoli report back for duty. We’ve picked out nine shows to keep on your radar.

8 pm Terra Nova (Fox) | As Taylor squares off with Mira, he learns more about her plans — until they meet up with a prehistoric enemy they must battle together; Terra Nova goes on lockdown as Jim tracks the “Sixer” mole; Zoe faces a difficult decision about the Ankylosaur she has been caring for.

8 pm The Sing-Off (NBC) | Season finale: The Top 3 finalists compete, and a winner is crowned. »

- Matt Webb Mitovich

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Ladies of NCIS: La, Burn Notice, Mentalist and 24 Face Off in Day 4 of 'Law-Enforcement Crushes'!

26 November 2011 2:21 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

It’s the final Saturday of 11/11, but there’ll be no jaunty celebrating — only brutal battle — for the combatants in Day 4 of our Ultimate Female Law-Enforcement Crushes Bracket Tournament.

Ultimate Crime-Fighting Crush? Ladies of Psych, Eureka, Fringe, NYPD Blue, Blue Bloods Clash!

Today, we’ve got crime-fighting characters from Without a Trace, In Plain Sight, The Mentalist, NCIS: Los Angeles, 24, Burn Notice, and Chuck entering the TVLine Thunderdome, and it’s up to you to decide the winners!

Every afternoon over the next few weeks, in fact, we’ll launch another set of bouts that will have you dialing 911 with an emergency of lusty proportions. »

- Michael Slezak

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'Lady Law-Enforcement Crushes' Tourney Day 2 Features Alias, Jag, NCIS, Covert Affairs, 24

24 November 2011 6:14 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

It’s Day 2 of our Ultimate Female Law-Enforcement Crushes Bracket Tournament, and we’ve got undercover agents, military investigators, FBI profilers and rookie cops in the mix — all with one thing in common: They’re total hotties.

Female Law-Enforcement Crushes Tourney Opens With Castle, X-Files, Medium, Warehouse 13 and V

Every afternoon over the next few weeks, we’ll launch another set of bouts that will have you dialing 911 with an emergency of lusty proportions. So make sure the right choice is made by heading down to our polls to vote for your favorites (Round 1 voting will be open for »

- Michael Slezak

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Female Law-Enforcement Crushes Tourney Opens With Castle, X-Files, Medium, Warehouse 13 and V

23 November 2011 3:12 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Their stated goal is to uphold the law of the land and put the bad guys behind bars, but every TV fan knows that our favorite small-screen cops, detectives, and agents — as well as their colleagues who semi-officially serve in crime-fighting capacities — have a duty to increase pulses and raise the temperatures of whatever rooms they enter.

We recently wrapped up a 64-player bracket tournament for male law-enforcement types — won by NCIS‘ Tony Dinozzo — and since we’re equal opportunity oglers/romantics, we figured we’d better construct a similar showdown for their female counterparts.

Today, we kick things off with hotties from The X-Files, »

- Michael Slezak

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DVD Review: Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story

15 November 2011 3:00 AM, PST | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

 

Genre: Biography

Director: Paul A. Kaufman

Writers: Jeffrey Berman and Tony Caballero, based on a book by Sean Smith

Cast: Poppy Montgomery, Emily Holmes, Antonio Cupo

Summary: An inspiring look at J.K. Rowling’s rise to become one of the most influential writers ever (with more than 400 million copies of her visionary books sold across the globe resulting in a billion-dollar film franchise), Magic Beyond Words follows her humble beginnings as an imaginative young girl and awkward teenager through the devastating loss of her mother and the genesis of the Harry Potter phenomenon in her early twenties. The drama also follows Rowling’s tumultuous first marriage, becoming a mother, her divorce, and the dark days of living on government assistance while publisher after publisher passed on her first novel…before it became an international best-seller and solidified Rowling’s rightful place in literary and cultural history.

This was a lovely little thing. »

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Cast for Tarantino's Django Unchained continues to expand

13 November 2011 1:35 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

More names are being added to the cast of Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained. Here's what's been happening...

Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained already had no shortage of quality names on its cast list, but ahead of it going in front of cameras shortly, more names have now been added. Here's a quick round-up of what's been happening.

Kerry Washington (Ray and The Last King of Scotland) was cast at the end of October, after months of rumours, in the key role of Broomhilda, Django’s wife. Don Johnson was cast in a small but nasty role about this time last month, as was special effects master Tom Savini.

Add to that the recent casting of Rza, who scored Kill Bill, Misty Upham (Frozen River) and Anthony Lapaglia (Without a Trace), and you could be forgiven for thinking that everything was almost finalised. Yet it appears that a weekend can »

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Anton Yelchin Interview: Like Crazy Star talks up his acclaimed romance Like Crazy

11 November 2011 2:11 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Like Crazy interview with star Anton Yelchin. One loses track over the times someone sticks the label "one to watch" on a rising actor. Still, that's how handlers immediately describe 22-year-old Anton Yelchin and you smile upon hearing it because, well, in this case the tag sticks. For one thing the gangly Russian native has been watched by plenty thanks to his supporting roles in popular TV shows from Criminal Minds to Without a Trace and key parts in the Star Trek and Terminator sci-fi franchises as well as last summer's Fright Night remake. Yelchin looks to boost his profile sky high with the titular role in director Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean Koontz thriller Odd Thomas, playing a short order cook who can communicate with the dead as well as another turn as Enterprise crew member Pavel Chekov in the upcoming Star Trek sequel. »

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Anton Yelchin Interview: Like Crazy Star talks up his acclaimed romance Like Crazy

11 November 2011 2:11 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Like Crazy interview with star Anton Yelchin. One loses track over the times someone sticks the label "one to watch" on a rising actor. Still, that's how handlers immediately describe 22-year-old Anton Yelchin and you smile upon hearing it because, well, in this case the tag sticks. For one thing the gangly Russian native has been watched by plenty thanks to his supporting roles in popular TV shows from Criminal Minds to Without a Trace and key parts in the Star Trek and Terminator sci-fi franchises as well as last summer's Fright Night remake. Yelchin looks to boost his profile sky high with the titular role in director Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean Koontz thriller Odd Thomas, playing a short order cook who can communicate with the dead as well as another turn as Enterprise crew member Pavel Chekov in the upcoming Star Trek sequel. »

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Anton Yelchin Interview: Like Crazy Star talks up his acclaimed romance Like Crazy

11 November 2011 2:11 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Like Crazy interview with star Anton Yelchin. One loses track over the times someone sticks the label "one to watch" on a rising actor. Still, that's how handlers immediately describe 22-year-old Anton Yelchin and you smile upon hearing it because, well, in this case the tag sticks. For one thing the gangly Russian native has been watched by plenty thanks to his supporting roles in popular TV shows from Criminal Minds to Without a Trace and key parts in the Star Trek and Terminator sci-fi franchises as well as last summer's Fright Night remake. Yelchin looks to boost his profile sky high with the titular role in director Stephen Sommers' adaptation of the Dean Koontz thriller Odd Thomas, playing a short order cook who can communicate with the dead as well as another turn as Enterprise crew member Pavel Chekov in the upcoming Star Trek sequel. »

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The Closer: Reynolds Not Returning for Major Crimes Spin-Off

9 November 2011 6:54 AM, PST | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

When Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson (Kyra Sedgewick) leaves The Closer, she won't be the only one saying goodbye. Though many of Sedgewick's castmates will be returning for the Major Crimes spin-off, Corey Reynolds isn't one of them.

Deadline reports that Reynolds declined the offer to return as Sgt. David Gabriel and has instead signed a talent holding deal with NBC.

A native of Richmond, Reynolds was primarily known for his work in musical theatre prior to his seven seasons on The Closer. The actor performed in touring productions of Smokey Joe's Cafe and Saturday Night Fever before originating the role of Seaweed in Hairspray on Broadway. He was nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for the role.

On television, he's guested on procedurals like NCIS, CSI: Miami, Without a Trace, and Simon Baker's pre-Mentalistshow, The »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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New interview with Sasha Roiz and the weekend monster update

5 November 2011 9:00 PM, PDT | CapricaTV | See recent CapricaTV news »

Let's start the weekly round-up with Grimm.

Grimm's ratings dropped a little this week, but the show still won the 18-49 demo in its timeslot, finishing ahead of CSI: NY, Fringe and Supernatural, and rising by a full frakking ratings point (1.8) after Chuck (0.8). Wake up, Chuck.

Hitfix visited the set in Portland recently and posted a lengthy report. Here is a snippet:

Sasha Roiz on how his character will develop later in the series: "I’m not a Grimm descendent, but I'm a descendent of a long line that dates back just as Grimm does and we have a bit of a history and a past, so my line is a royal line and that will slowly unfold throughout the series."Collider has a longer interview with Sasha and Reggie Lee (more at the link):

It’s nice to see your character – like the main character – has the duality. »

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The Wu Enters Tarantino’s Django Unchained

5 November 2011 2:13 PM, PDT | Boomtron | See recent Boomtron news »

The Wu Enters Tarantino’s Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained is getting a little Wu-Tang vibe added to it as musician-turned-actor RZA teams up with the director again in his homage to the spaghetti western.

RZA, who worked as the composer for Tarantino’s Kill Bill: Vol. 1, is stepping in front of the camera this time as a violent slave that works on a Mississippi plantation. While some of the details on the role are unknown, Variety is reporting that his character, Thaddeus, will either share some screen time with slave-turned-bounty-hunter Django (Jamie Foxx) or his wife Broomhilda (Kerry Washington) at some point during the film.

Other new members of Tarantino’s all-star cast include Anthony Lapaglia (Frasier, Without a Trace) as the head of a gang of greedy Australians and Misty Upham (Frozen River) as Minnie, a trading post-bar owner. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who’s been busy with The Dark Knight Rises, »

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Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained" adds RZA and Anthony Lapaglia

3 November 2011 10:09 AM, PDT | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

It's kind of a foregone conclusion that "Django Unchained" is going to be our favorite movie of 2012. Not only are we unapologetic, dyed-in-the-wool, completely-committed, never-been-done-wrong Quentin Tarantino fans, but the film, about a former slave out for revenge in the deep south, has an absolutely killer cast. And that cast just got even killer-er, with the addition of three new actors, including Tarantino collaborator and Wu-Tang mastermind RZA.

The cast for "Django Unchained" is already massive and super-impressive, including Jamie Foxx as the lead, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Johnson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and more. But Variety has now reported that both RZA and Misty Upham have joined the production. RZA has worked with Tarantino before, composing the score for both "Kill Bill" movies, and is currently filming his own Tarantino-produced kung fu flick "The Man with the Iron Fists," which incidentally, sounds like it will be our »

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RZA Signs Up For Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’

3 November 2011 8:55 AM, PDT | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Yet another fellow who previously worked with Quentin Tarantino has joined the filmmaker’s latest project, Django Unchained – namely, musician-turned-actor RZA, who served as the composer for Kill Bill: Vol. 1.

The Wu-Tang Clan founder will play a supporting role in Tarantino’s Old U.S. South-set revenge flick, alongside other recent additions to the cast like Anthony Lapaglia (Frasier, Without a Trace) and Misty Upham (Frozen River).

RZA will next grace the big screen by making a brief appearance in this week’s A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas. However, he’ll also be showing up in several prominent titles slated for release in 2012, including Django Unchained, the sequel G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and his own directorial debut, The Man with the Iron Fists.

Variety says that RZA is up to appear in Django Unchained as ...

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RZA Joining Tarantino's 'Django Unchained', Plus Anthony Lapaglia

2 November 2011 6:16 PM, PDT | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

A few casting additions to Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained, which is gearing up to start filming this January. Variety reports that musician-actor-director RZA will play Thaddeus, a violent slave working on a Mississippi plantation, in the film, along with Misty Upham (Frozen River, Mascots, "Big Love") playing a bar owner named Minnie. Additionally, Deadline reports that Anthony Lapaglia ("Without a Trace") has also joined the film, playing the leader of a group of greedy Australians who encounter Django, which as we know is Jamie Foxx, a freed slave who meets up with a German bounty hunter to free his wife. The cast of Tarantino's highly anticipated Django Unchained features just about everyone, from Jamie Foxx to Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as Kurt Russell, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington, Tom Savini, Don Johnson, and now RZA and Misty Upham, too. Plus there's Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who will be seen »

- Alex Billington

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RZA, Misty Upham and Anthony Lapaglia Join Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Django Unchained’

2 November 2011 5:15 PM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Quentin Tarantino continues to fill his upcoming film, Django Unchained, with a sprinkling of his regulars and a great many excellent actors you'd never expect to play in his universe. For example he's just cast the RZA, who scored both Kill Bill films for Tarantino, in a small role as a mean slave named Thaddeus. That makes sense. Making less sense, but equally awesome, are the additions of Misty Upham (who held her own against eventual Oscar-winner Melissa Leo in Frozen River) as a bar owner named Minnie and Without a Trace's Anthony Lapaglia as an evil Australian who buys slaves to fight. Both of those actors haven't worked with Tarantino before so they, along with the likes of Jamie Foxx, Kerry Washington, Leonardo DiCaprio, Don Johnson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Gerald McRaney and M.C. Gainey, go to show how boisterous, and meticulous, the director is casting every single role in his anti-slavery "Southern. »

- Germain Lussier

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'Law-Enforcement Crushes' Tourney: Round 2 Begins With Bones vs. Psych, 24 vs. Jump Street

1 November 2011 11:33 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Round 2 of our Ultimate Law-Enforcement Crushes Bracket Tournament is officially underway, and by this time next week, our 32 remaining hotties will have been whittled down to just 16.

We’ve got a mix of “current” and “classic” characters doing battle today from 24, 21 Jump Street, Bones, and Psych.

‘Law-Enforcement Crushes’ Day 8: X Files vs. Dollhouse, Without a Trace vs. Cold Case

What does this mean to you and your family? It means that it’s time to sit down and vote in the polls below, then alert your friends and fellow TV junkies to do the same!

Every afternoon over the next few weeks, »

- Michael Slezak

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Anthony Lapaglia Goes Aussie For 'Django'

1 November 2011 1:21 AM, PDT | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Anthony Lapaglia is about to bring a bit of Australia to the South.

The "Without a Trace" star is finding there's life on the big screen after seven seasons on television as he joins the ever-growing cast of Quentin Tarantino's "Django Unchained," according to Deadline.

Lapaglia will play the leader of a group of greedy Australians who encounter Django (Jamie Foxx) as they're escorting a group of slaves recently purchased as fighters. It's also been revealed that he and Joseph Gordon-Levitt will be playing "mean brothers."

Lapaglia joins a cast that includes Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Christoph Waltz, Kerry Washington, Kurt Russell, Don Johnson, Gerald McRaney and Tom Savini, among others. And we have a feeling this cast is just going to keep growing.

Anthony Lapaglia recently worked the Australian accent in P.J. Hogan's "Mental" and will soon appear in the new film adaptation of Arthur Miller's play, »

- Bryan Enk

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Confirmed for, Anthony Lapaglia Cast In ‘Django Unchained’; Shea Whigham Joins ‘Silver Linings’

31 October 2011 1:10 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

We’re hearing two casting-related stories for Django Unchained from Deadline. The first involves Without a Trace actor Anthony Lapaglia signing on, and he’ll be playing “the leader of a group of greedy Australians who encounter slave-turned-bounty hunter Django (Jamie Foxx) as they are escorting a group of slaves recently purchased as fighters.”

That’s nice to hear, but what really gets me excited is the actor confirming Joseph Gordon-Levitt‘s involvement, which we only heard rumors of last week. Lapaglia says that they’ll appear onscreen together as “mean brothers”; I’m assuming that Gordon-Levitt is also one of these slave-selling Australians. So, those of you who always wanted to hear Gordon-Levitt‘s best Aussie impersonation: get your ticket now. The idea of seeing Quentin Tarantino and he joining forces is plenty thrilling for me.

With a cast that’s also led by Leonardo DiCaprio, Christoph Waltz, »

- jpraup@gmail.com (thefilmstage.com)

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