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"Bitten" - Enter Laura Vandervoort

  • SneakPeek
Take another look @ actress Laura Vandervoort, who plays a female 'werewolf' in the TV series "Bitten", in a revealing pictorial for "Maxim" magazine, plus footage from the shoot:

After commercials and guest-starring roles on Canadian TV series "Mutant X", "Prom Queen", "Goosebumps", "Twice in a Lifetime", "Doc", "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye", "Troubled Waters", "The Dresden Files" and the Disney TV movies, "Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire" and "Alley Cats Strike", Vandervoort landed a lead role on the CTV series "Instant Star".

In 2006, Vandervoort shot her first feature "The Lookout". This was followed by an appearance on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and the role of 'Kara Kent' aka 'Supergirl' on "Smallville".

She was a regular in "Smallville" season seven, and appeared in the "Bloodline" episode for season eight, returning for another two episodes in the series' 10th and final season.

Vandervoort then co-starred in "Into the Blue 2: The Reef
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"BItten": Laura Vandervoort Covers "Maxim"

  • SneakPeek
Take another look @ actress Laura Vandervoort, who plays a female 'werewolf' in the TV series "Bitten", in a revealing pictorial for "Maxim" magazine, plus footage from the shoot:

After commercials and guest-starring roles on Canadian TV series "Mutant X", "Prom Queen", "Goosebumps", "Twice in a Lifetime", "Doc", "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye", "Troubled Waters", "The Dresden Files" and the Disney TV movies, "Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire" and "Alley Cats Strike", Vandervoort landed a lead role on the CTV series "Instant Star".

In 2006, Vandervoort shot her first feature "The Lookout". This was followed by an appearance on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and the role of 'Kara Kent' aka 'Supergirl' on "Smallville".

She was a regular in "Smallville" season seven, and appeared in the "Bloodline" episode for season eight, returning for another two episodes in the series' 10th and final season.

Vandervoort then co-starred in "Into the Blue 2: The Reef
See full article at SneakPeek »

"Maxim": Enter Laura Vandervoort

Take another look @  actress Laura Vandervoort ("Smallville"), the current star of recently renewed female werewolf TV series "Bitten", in a revealing pictorial for "Maxim" magazine:

After commercials and guest-starring roles on Canadian TV series "Mutant X", "Prom Queen", "Goosebumps", "Twice in a Lifetime", "Doc", "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye", "Troubled Waters", "The Dresden Files" and the Disney TV movies, "Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire" and "Alley Cats Strike", Vandervoort landed a lead role on the CTV series "Instant Star".

In 2006, Vandervoort shot her first feature "The Lookout". This was followed by an appearance on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and the role of 'Kara Kent' aka 'Supergirl' on "Smallville".

She was a regular in "Smallville" season seven, and appeared in the "Bloodline" episode for season eight, returning for another two episodes in the series' 10th and final season.

Vandervoort then co-starred in "Into the Blue 2: The Reef", followed by "The Jazzman
See full article at SneakPeek »

'Supergirl' Covers "Maxim"

  • SneakPeek
Take another look @ "Smallville" 'Supergirl' actress Laura Vandervoort in a revealing new pictorial for "Maxim" magazine, plus footage from the shoot:

After commercials and guest-starring roles on Canadian TV series "Mutant X", "Prom Queen", "Goosebumps", "Twice in a Lifetime", "Doc", "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye", "Troubled Waters", "The Dresden Files" and the Disney TV movies, "Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire" and "Alley Cats Strike", Vandervoort landed a lead role on the CTV series "Instant Star".

In 2006, Vandervoort shot her first feature "The Lookout". This was followed by an appearance on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and the role of 'Kara Kent' aka 'Supergirl' on "Smallville".

She was a regular in "Smallville" season seven, and appeared in the "Bloodline" episode for season eight, returning for another two episodes in the series' 10th and final season.

Vandervoort then co-starred in "Into the Blue 2: The Reef", followed by "The Jazzman" and a continuing role in the 2009 "V" series.
See full article at SneakPeek »

"Maxim": Enter Laura Vandervoort

  • SneakPeek
Sneak Peek former 'Supergirl' actress Laura Vandervoort ("Smallville"), the current star of "Bitten", in a revealing new pictorial for "Maxim" magazine:

After commercials and guest-starring roles on Canadian TV series "Mutant X", "Prom Queen", "Goosebumps", "Twice in a Lifetime", "Doc", "Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye", "Troubled Waters", "The Dresden Files" and the Disney TV movies, "Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire" and "Alley Cats Strike", Vandervoort landed a lead role on the CTV series "Instant Star".

In 2006, Vandervoort shot her first feature "The Lookout". This was followed by an appearance on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" and the role of 'Kara Kent' aka 'Supergirl' on "Smallville".

She was a regular in "Smallville" season seven, and appeared in the "Bloodline" episode for season eight, returning for another two episodes in the series' 10th and final season.

Vandervoort then co-starred in "Into the Blue 2: The Reef", followed by "The Jazzman" and a continuing role in the 2009 "V" series.
See full article at SneakPeek »

Murdoch Mysteries Season 4 & Season 1 Blu-Ray Review And Giveaway

Murdoch Mysteries is one of the best gems to come out of Canadian television in quite a while, and the fourth season is now available on Blu-Ray. Whether you’re a fan already, or new to the show, I have a great giveaway to go along with this release. The first season and the fourth season on Blu-Ray.

The show takes place in Toronto in 1895, and features William Murdoch as a detective/scientist who is keen on incorporating the latest techniques (including the “finger marks” he is so fond of) into his investigations.

Season 4 kicks off with Murdoch butting heads with the new pathologist who has taken Dr. Ogden’s place. A body has been dismembered, and Murdoch has to find some answers using only a couple of pieces of a body which have been encased in cement. It starts off the season well, and gives us the opportunity to miss Dr.
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Classic British TV Series Being Streamed By Acorn TV

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Cinema Retro has received the following press release:

The leading ‘Best British TV’ streaming service Acorn TV is now streaming full seasons of several popular British mystery and drama series, along with two critically acclaimed Canadian series. This week Acorn TV also has a special Memorial Day Weekend Midsomer Marathon with the first 22 episodes of its best-selling series,Midsomer Murders, and the U.S. debut of John Nettles final episodes.

Acorn TV is currently streaming a full season of Helen Mirren in Prime Suspect; the final seasons of the universally acclaimed Canadian dramedy Slings & ARROWSand Derek Jacobi’s mystery series Cadfael; the U.S. debut of the newest season of Murdoch Mysteries; Lynda La Plante’s Trial & Retribution; John Mortimer’s Under The Hammer; the final episodes of WWII drama Wish Me Luck; Richard Griffiths (Harry Potter) in Pie In The Sky; and John Nettles final episodes with Midsomer Murders,
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Robert Knepper, Ray Park and Deanne Bray join cast of Heroes

Actor Robert Knepper - who played psychopath Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell in Prison Break - is to join the cast of Heroes next season.

Knepper, 49, will be the new lead villain in at least six episodes of the fourth season.

He will play the charismatic but evil Samuel, who has a twisted sense of humour and veers into the lives of all the heroes, says The Hollywood Reporter.

On the big screen, Knepper (pictured left) was most recently seen in Transporter 3 and the remake of The Day the Earth Stood Still.

Joining Knepper are actors Ray Park and Deanne Bray, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Park played Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace and the mutant called Toad in the first X-Men movie. He plays Snake-Eyes in upcoming action movie G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra.

Deaf actress Deanne Bray is best known for her starring
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Ray Park and Deanne Bray Joining Heroes

Entertainment Weekly is reporting that both Ray Park and Deanne Bray will play roles in the upcoming season of NBC's "Heroes." They'll be joining newcomers Robert Knepper ("Prison Break") and Madeline Zima ("Californication"): British actor Ray Park, whose role as Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace made him an icon to fanboys far and wide, is in talks to join the cast for a sizeable arc. Additionally, Deanne Bray (Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, The L Word) is nearing a deal to come on board for multiple episodes. To read more about their roles, go here .
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Ray Park and Deanne Bray to Join 'Heroes'

According to Entertainment Weekly Ray Park and Deanne Bray will play roles in the upcoming season of NBC's Heroes. They'll be joining newcomers Robert Knepper (Prison Break) and Madeline Zima (Californication):

British actor Ray Park, is probably best remembered for portraying Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace, is in talks to join the cast for a sizeable arc.

Deanne Bray (Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, The L Word) is nearing a deal to come on board for multiple episodes.

Here's what EW had to say about the specifics:

Little is known about Park's role, except that he would be playing one of the colorful characters at the center of the show's Carnivale-esque storyline. (My guess? He's the character described in the breakdowns as "Knife Thrower.")

Bray, meanwhile, would play a deaf love interest for one of the main Heroes. As I previously reported, the part specifically called for a hearing-impaired actress.
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