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Jana Kramer is a married woman again! The 31-year-old country singer and actress, best known for playing Alex Dupre on One Tree Hill, has wed her beau of nine months, football player Michael Caussin, 28. Her rep told E! News that two got married in a small ceremony in Charlottesville, Virginia on Friday. The bride sported a sleeveless, semi-sheer white wedding gown with an open back and mermaid skirt, paired with a cathedral-length, embroidered veil. She wore her hair down in waves. The groom wore a light gray tux. Her dress was a custom Galia Lahav design with honey pearls and embroidered trims, Us Weekly reported, adding that her "Man of Honor" was her »
Oth reunion going down @olevolos #olevolos2015 @thisisjameslafferty #MarkSchwahn A photo posted by Bryan Greenberg (@bryangreenberg) on May 16, 2015 at 2:25pm Pdt Bring Us back to Tric! One Tree Hill creator Mark Schwahn, and stars James Laffery and Bryan Greenberg kept their bromance going as they attended Greenberg's 4th annual Olevolos Project benefit brunch in NYC on Saturday, May 16. At the star-studded bash, the guys relived their Tree Hill days, teased a possible reunion, and more. The CW teen drama ran for nine seasons from 2003 to 2012. [...] »
Paul Johansson's attorney is slamming recent allegations made against his client by a BuzzFeed staffer. Susan Cheng is accusing the One Tree Hill and Mad Men actor of making sexist remarks towards her and female coworkers during a recent office visit. According to Cheng, Johansson allegedly bragged about his tennis skills to one of her coworkers, saying, "My serve is pretty strong. I'll serve that ball right down your throat." Cheng also claims he told a crew "I'm not shy," and "I'm sweating like a rapist," while filming a segment for the site. Johansson's lawyer Andrew B. Brettler sent a response to BuzzFeed saying that "there is nothing sexual or »
Right around the stroke of midnight on Wednesday (eastern time, of course), Jimmy Kimmel ushered in David Letterman‘s last day as the host of Late Night with a tear-filled speech to his personal hero.
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“I want to say something if I could,” the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host begins in the video above. “I wanted to be an artist when I was a kid, and every night I would sit at my desk in my room and draw until it was very late. And while I was doing that, »
Damon Dayoub, who was set to play the male lead, opposite Mireille Enos, is being recast, Variety has learned. The actor is set for a long recurring arc in crime procedural “Stitchers,” premiering this June on ABC Family.
The “One Tree Hill” alum announced the news Monday night via WhoSay, posting, “Looks like they need a different type for Zoe, so I’ll be replaced, but please still watch! It really is such a good show and I’m so proud of my friends’ work!”
Thank you all for your support re:#TheCatch! Looks like they need a different type for Zoe, so I’ll be replaced, but please still watch! It really is Such a good show and I’m so proud of my friends’ work! @ABC »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
If you were one of the many One Tree Hill fans (myself included) excited to see what Bethany Joy Lenz (who played Haley James Scott on the hit WB/CW series) would bring to ABC’s midseason drama The Catch, you’re about to be very disappointed. It turns out that Lenz is being recast in the series. The actress revealed the news herself through a post on WhoSay. “Thank you all for your support re: The Catch!” Lenz wrote. “Looks like they need a different type for Zoe, so I’ll be replaced, but please still watch! It really is such a good show and I’m so proud of my friends’ work!” However, if you’re a fan of Lenz and are hoping to see more of her, she did tease that something else may be coming her way soon, promising that “new thing are around the bend »
- Chris King
The One Tree Hill alum revealed via WhoSay that the midseason series is seeking “a different type” to play her character, Zoe.
But they do have one thing in common: They both had to grin and bear it as 25 men delivered cheesy opening lines, presented odd gifts and, in one case, got too drunk to last a single night in the mansion on Monday’s Season 11 premiere.
"Cooper, you're an amazing dancer, and you're a great choreographer, but as a boyfriend... you kinda suck" -- if you remember Jody Sawyer's classic line, you can call yourself a "Center Stage" fan. It's hard to believe it's been 15 years since Jody (Amanda Schull) danced into our hearts (and all over he ex-boyfriend's heart!) in the 2000 teen drama about ballet life at the fictitious American Ballet Academy. The film was filled with steamy love triangles and well-choreographed dance moves, as well as an epic finale to "Canned Heat" by Jamiroquai. In honor of the film's 15th anniversary, toofab is taking a look back at the cast to see what they've been doing since the movie's big screen debut. So, where is Jody now? Schull has had success on the small screen, landing recurring roles on "One Tree Hill," "Pretty Little Liars" and "Suits." She currently stars as virologist Cassandra Railly on Syfy's new series, »
- tooFab Staff
And that’s a wrap – the lone question mark remaining on The CW’s lineup has been resolved, with word that freshman apocalyptic drama The Messengers will not be returning for a second season.
Lukewarm reviews and paltry ratings made cancellation very likely for the show, which followed a group of individuals tasked with tracking down the Devil himself and preventing the long-foretold end of days. Shantel VanSanten (One Tree Hill), Sofia Black-d’Elia (Gossip Girl), Joel Courtney (The Haunting Hour), Jd Pardo (Revolution) and Diogo Morgado (The Bible) all starred in the series.
The CW relies on its teen audience to tell it what they like, and the writing was on the wall for The Messengers when it failed to spark anywhere near as much interest as freshman series Jane the Virgin, The Flash or iZombie. That it premiered to a downright awful 1.2 million viewers and a 0.3 rating practically »
- Isaac Feldberg
The Shonda Rhimes Era at ABC continues.
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Additionally, ABC picked up The Family, which hails from Scandal/Grey’s Anatomy/Off the Map Ep Jenna Bans, the biblical saga Of Kings and Prophets, Gossip Girl Ep Josh Safran’s Quantico and the ’80s-set crime drama Wicked City (Fka L.A. Crime).
The Untitled Pate & Fishburne Project (Fka Boom), centered around the oil industry in North Dakota, »
The CW is shooting The Messengers.
The freshman drama, which followed a group of individuals on a quest to find the Devil and prevent the Apocalypse, will not return for a second season, TVLine has learned.
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The Messengers premiered April 17 to 1.2 million viewers and a 0.3 rating, »
iZombie is so not dead! Better stock up on braaaaaains, because our favorite new series from Veronica Mars' creator Rob Thomas is officially coming back next season, E! News has confirmed. That's right, looks like the CW is hungry for more of the quirky zombie dramedy's witticisms and hot sauce-doused brains! iZombie stars Rose McIver as Liv, a doctor turned zombie, who is trying to figure out a way to live her newly-undead life without infecting her family and friends. It's funny, it's smart, and we seriously can't get enough of it. The show also stars One Tree Hill's Robert Buckley, David Anders, Malcolm Goodwin, Rahul Kohli and Aly Michalka. The series premiere »
Us-based Australian director Frank Lotito will direct The Olive Sisters, a romantic drama adapted from Australian author Amanda Hampson.s 2005 novel, which will star Leslie Mann and Anthony Lapaglia. Lotito takes over from Fred Schepisi, who is still attached to the project as an executive producer. A former stand-up comic, Lotito made his feature directing debut on Good Ol. Boy, a Us comedy which will have its world premiere later this month at the Seattle International Film Festival. Based on a true story, set in 1979 and scripted by Anjul Nigam, Paul Quinn and Gregory Scott Houghton,. Good Ol. Boy centres on a family from India that moves to the Us with hopes of living the American Dream.
While their 10-year-old son Smith falls head-over-heels for the girl next door, his desire to become a .good old boy. propels him further away from his family.s ideals. The cast includes Jason Lee »
- Don Groves
The final battle between Good and Evil kicked off Friday during the series premiere of The CW’s The Messengers.
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Here’s what went down in a nutshell: a meteor — or something meteor-esque — crashed into Earth, causing five seemingly unrelated strangers to lose consciousness and develop supernatural abilities: visions of the future, super-human strength, etc.
Among those affected by the impact were rocket scientist Vera (One Tree Hill‘s Shantel VanSanten), single mom Erin (Gossip Girl‘s Sofia Black-d’Elia), troubled teen Peter (The Haunting Hour‘s Joel Courtney »
Feeling wide awake while asleep, she can't move... and she's not alone. Anna Parker's sleep paralysis strikes with a supernatural slant in Echoes, the feature film writing and directing debut of Nils Timm. With Echoes now available on Blu-ray and DVD from Anchor Bay Entertainment, we had a chance to talk with Timm, who discussed taking a unique approach to the haunted house sub-genre, portraying the different social masks people wear in real life, his personal brush with sleep paralysis during filming, and much more.
What attracted you to the subject of sleep paralysis?
Nils Timm: Before I wrote Echoes, I was researching a lot of stories about lucid dreaming. I was experimenting with that a little bit myself, read everything about it, and interviewed several people in circles of friends and colleagues about this. At least one out of every six or seven people would say, ‘Yes, »
- Derek Anderson
If you grew up in the ’90s, you probably remember the popular television series Dawson’s Creek, which premiered on January 20, 1998 on the now defunct WB network. Dawson’s Creek helped pave the way for young adult dramas. Had the series not been successful, we may not have had the pleasure of watching series like One Tree Hill, The Vampire Diaries, or The O.C. The drama, which starred James Van Der Beek, Katie Holmes, Joshua Jackson, and Michelle Williams, aired for six seasons, totaling 128 episodes. Though the series has been off the air for almost 12 years, the cast continues to be in high demand. James Van Der Beek is currently starring on the new hit series CSI: Cyber, while Joshua Jackson will be back forSseason 2 of The Affair later this year. Katie Holmes is slated to appear in the third season of Ray Donovan this summer, and Michelle Williams is currently filming two movies. »
- Tim Gerstenberger
Anna Parker's sleep paralysis strikes with a supernatural slant in Nils Timm's Echoes, due out on Blu-ray and DVD from Anchor Bay Entertainment on April 14th, and we've been provided with a pair of Blu-rays to give away to a couple of lucky Daily Dead readers.
"An official selection of the New York City International Film Festival and FilmQuest Film Festival, winning Best Actress, Best Screenplay and Best Director honors, the highly anticipated supernatural thriller Echoes arrives on Blu-ray™ and DVD April 14th from Anchor Bay Entertainment. The feature directorial debut of Nils Timm (who also wrote the screenplay), Echoes explores the murky realm between reality and dreams, and what could happen when these worlds collide. With a stellar cast including Steven Brand (“Teen Wolf,” The Scorpion King), Kate French (Channeling, “Gossip Girl,” “One Tree Hill”), Billy Wirth (“Chicago P.D.”, The Lost Boys) and Steve Hanks (12/12/12, Hold Your Breath »
- Derek Anderson
local single in your area @amyschumer call me ???? A photo posted by Sophia Bush (@sophiabush) on Apr 6, 2015 at 9:38pm Pdt That's one way to read a magazine! Sophia Bush caught up on the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly by posing, well, just like its cover star Amy Schumer. The actress went topless for a sexy bed selfie on Monday, April 6. "Local single in your area @amyschumer," Bush, 32, captioned the revealing Instagram photo. "Call me." The One Tree Hill alum went makeup-free as she sprawled out [...] »
Today at WonderCon, the cast and creators of The CW’s new supernatural drama, The Messengers, took the stage to screen the pilot and tease what audiences can expect from the new take on the biblical rapture. Executive producer Trey Callaway (Revolution), co-executive producer/creator Eoghan O'Donnell (Teen Wolf), and cast members Shantel VanSanten (One Tree Hill), Jon Fletcher (City of Dreams), J. D. Pardo (Revolution), Joel Courtney (Super 8), Diogo Morgado (Son of God), Anna Diop (Everybody Hates Chris), and Craig Frank (Mixology) offered some insight into the first season and the tough road ahead for the Angels of the Apocalypse. Check out our thoughts on the pilot and the full panel recap below. The Pilot [caption id="attachment_437703" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via CW[/caption] Angels! Angst! Abs! The CW’s latest sexy drama centers on a group of five disparate souls, chosen to stand for humanity in the biblical apocalypse. When an extraterrestrial object impacts with the earth, »
- Haleigh Foutch
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