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10,000 Days launched, new interview with Aleks Paunovic, and new projects for Magda Apanowicz, Anna Galvin, Hiro Kanagawa, James Marsters, Richard Harmon and James Pizzinato

First, a reminder that the last two episodes of Prime Suspect air tonight at 9 pm on NBC.

And a bunch of cast news:

Esai Morales has been nominated for a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special for his work in We Have Your Husband. Big congrats!

And also congrats to the Gun Hill Road team on the nomination for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film (Limited Release). Still no DVD release date for Ghr.

Not sure if I mentioned it, but Eric Stoltz directed an episode of Californication last year. The episode now has a title and an air date: "Love Song," February 12. Spoiler TV has the synopsis.

Magda Apanowicz has a new credit on the IMDb. She will make an appearance in episode 1x06 of Holliston, the first original series from the FEARnet cable channel. The show is a horror sitcom,
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New Grimm tonight, John Pyper-Ferguson in Less Than Kind, new interviews with Christopher Heyerdahl and Michael Eklund

A few quick updates today, with more coming over the weekend.

Grimm 1x09, "Of Mouse and Man," airs tonight at 9 pm. Synopsis:

While investigating a gruesome homicide, Nick (David Giuntoli) learns that a seemingly mild-mannered resident could be festering a potential monster created from a dark childhood. Meanwhile, Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) is sent an unsettling message by the creature community, who are beginning to wonder if his priorities lie with them or a Grimm. Russell Hornsby, Bitsie Tulloch, Sasha Roiz and Reggie Lee also star.And some interesting spoilers for the rest of the season, from Entertainment Weekly:

And because so many of you have sent in your questions on Capt. Renard (Sasha Roiz), the Ep duo offered up this tease: Before the end of the season (likely with a few episodes to go), we will learn more about him and “it’s not what people think…and we
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Arctic Air premieres in Canada, new Bomb Girls tonight & new interviews with Meg Tilly

Arctic Air premieres at 9 pm on CBC tonight. A bunch of Caprica and BSG actors are either regulars or recurring guest stars: Carmen Moore, Michael Hogan, Leah Gibson, Kandyse McClure, Brian Markinson and Aleks Paunovic. There might be more of them as the season progresses.

Here is the plotline, from the show's Facebook page:

Arctic Air is a one-hour adventure series set in the booming Arctic, about a maverick airline and the unconventional family who runs it.

On the ground, Bobby, the headstrong business partner, struggles to save the airline from crashing financially while Mel, the cantankerous co-owner, keeps his crew of pilots in the air. Caught in the crossfire is Mel’s hotshot pilot daughter Krista. (...)

Over the season this character-based drama will deliver hard-hitting emotional stories – from the romantic entanglement of Bobby and Krista, to the conflicts that spark between Bobby and his competitors, his business partners and even his extended family.
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Tuesday round-up: Blood & Chrome, Sanctuary, cast news, interviews with Jane Espenson, William B. Davis and Patton Oswalt

Okay, some updates.

It's Tuesday, so keep an eye on Beginning of Line. A new episode of Caprica season 2 goes up today.

There are a couple of things to check out on TV tonight. Patton Oswalt is on Conan at 11 pm on TBS, and on Chelsea Lately, also at 11 on E!

Deck the Halls with Luciana Carro and Hiro Kanagawa premieres at 9 pm on TNT. From the press release:

Holiday cheer turns to holiday fear when a private investigator’s father is kidnapped in TNT’s all-new original movie Deck the Halls, starring Kathy Najimy, Scottie Thompson, Jane Alexander, Larry Miller and David Selby. Based on the book by Mary Higgins Clark and daughter Carol Higgins Clark and the first in their series of holiday mystery novels.

A crackling good mystery with a warm holiday heart, Deck the Halls brings together two of the Higgins Clarks’ most popular characters: cleaning-woman-turned-amateur sleuth Alvirah Meehan,
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Previews for Grimm & Psych, and new interviews with Luciana Carro, Jane Espenson, Sasha Roiz, Ryan Robbins, Scott Porter and Patton Oswalt

Since yesterday:

Spoiler TV has the promotional pics from the next episode of Hart of Dixie and Comic Book Resources has a new interview with Scott Porter. He mainly talks about the X-Men animated series, which premieres on October 21. Snippet:

This version of the X-Men story is a very modern one that Warren Ellis initially wrote with a lot of influence from his "Astonishing X-Men" run, but the one twist that brings in the classic thread for Cyclops is that the series starts just after the death of Jean Grey at the end of "The Dark Phoenix Saga." What was it like to pick up the character after the worst tragedy in his life?

That made it completely interesting for me. To allude to why I have such respect for Cyclops, it's because he's been through hell. He's lost Jean how many times now? He has to control this odd
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Weekend updates & new interviews with Jane Espenson, Patton Oswalt and Aleks Paunovic

First, a reminder that you can catch Callum Keith Rennie in CSI: Miami tonight at 10 pm (CBS). Horatio promises payback time in the teaser.

And the usual round of updates. Here is one for The X-Files fans:

William B. Davis wrote an autobiography, called Where There's Smoke... Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man, A Memoir, which will be published in October.

If you're in Toronto, you can catch him at a Q&A at the book launch on October 17. Details here.

Patton Oswalt will make another appearance in Bored to Death, which returns on October 10 on HBO. No word yet on the exact episode. Patton was the guest on this week's How Was Your Week? podcast. Hit the link to listen to it.

Luciana Carro Fans posted an update on Luciana's character in Deck the Halls.

Peter Wingfield will make his next appearance in Sanctuary in the season four opener,
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Blackstone premieres in Canada tonight, Hellcats go to sectionals

Blackstone premieres in Canada tonight. The pilot airs at 9 pm on Aptn. Showcase will air it on Friday at 11 pm. Carmen Moore stars and Hiro Kanagawa has a job behind the scenes as the story editor. Three clips (two interviews with Carmen Moore and a teaser) are embedded below.

A new episode of Hellcats airs at 9 pm on the CW. IMDb says Magda Apanowicz is in it (doubtful, but not impossible). Kevin Murphy and Jennifer Schuur wrote the ep. Pics and promo at Daemon's TV.

Other things that happened since yesterday:

A new story in the "Caprica: Season 2" series has been posted at Beginning of Line. Check it out: "Vengeance Is Mine, Part 1"

While you're there, you can also read an interview with Jordan Cannady, the author of the Cylon 7 commercial.

The Futon Critic announced that Michael Rymer will direct the pilot for Ron Moore's 17th Precinct. Report:
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David Slade Talks ‘Eclipse’, ‘Hard Candy’ and Music

David Slade Talks ‘Eclipse’, ‘Hard Candy’ and Music
In even more from David Slade, Shaw TV’s Urban Rush has a great interview that took place back during the Vancouver International Film Festival. In the interview, Urban Rush producer Lisa MacFarlane talks to David Slade about both Eclipse and Hard Candy, and even about some of his music videos. David describes Robert Pattinson as an “enigma” and talks about how he got the job of directing Eclipse and then goes on to talk about how he wanted to bring a sense of danger back to the Cullens because they are vampires. Check out the video below:

It’s always very interesting to hear David’s thoughts on his work. I find it fascinating that he doesn’t go back and watch them anymore once he’s done. It would seem like most people are the opposite and watch their work quite frequently.

What did you think of this interview with David Slade?
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'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' star Jodelle Ferland talks about 'The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner'

Ever since the news came out that Stephenie Meyer was releasing a new Twilight series book, The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner: An Eclipse Novella, a lot of fans have been dying to know more details about what the story will contain.

Unfortunately, Jodelle Ferland (who portrays "Bree Tanner" in the film)'s recent interview with Urban Rush didn't reveal those sort of details precisely, but she did talk about how the book affected her relationship with the set of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.

"I was allowed to read it because obviously I was playing Bree Tanner, so they wanted me to have sort of you know background for me to be able to play her better. So, I was allowed to read the story, but I actually had to go to set to read it. I couldn’t have a copy . . . I had to sit in a trailer
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Urban Rush: New Interview With Tinsel Korey

Tinsel Korey who plays Emily Young in the Twilight Saga films was on Urban Rush a Canadian entertainment talk show based out of Vancouver this past Thursday to talk about her new gig. In this great new interview Tinsel discusses her character and how she nabbed the coveted role what she did to prepare for New Moon how crazy things have been since she landed the role but how she has managed to avoid the paparazzi thus far and much more. Check it all out belowThanks Hugz
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Tinsel Korey talks 'New Moon,' 'Eclipse,' and the Quileute Nation (video)

The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse star Tinsel Korey had a lovely interview with Urban Rush where she discussed her experience in being cast in the Twilight saga films, working with her wolfpack co-stars (as well as newly cast Julia Jones), teaching acting lessons to benefit the children of the Quileute Nation, and meeting with members of the Makah tribe. In the interview, Korey revealed that she has been one of the castmates that has escaped the attention of the paparazzi. Korey, who is a musician, also talked about her musically gifted castmates like Robert Pattinson and how she came to do a cover version of his Twilight soundtrack contribution entitled "Never Think."
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Get some Celluloid Horror on disc

A documentary by, for and about die-hard horror fans, Ashley Fester’s Celluloid Horror is now available on a limited-edition DVD that Fester is self-distributing. She has only pressed 1,000 copies, so anyone interested is advised to snap this one up quickly.

Celluloid Horror follows genre writer Kier-La Janisse (a contributor to Fangoria among others) and her struggles to mount and maintain Vancouver’s CineMuerte, the first Canadian international fright film festival, over a seven-year period. As it chronicles the highs and lows of her experiences, the documentary incorporates footage from some of screen history’s most shocking films, including Cannibal Holocaust, Who Could Kill A Child?, The Beyond, Pieces, Cutting Moments et al., and appearances by genre favorites like actor Udo Kier and directors Jeff Lieberman and Buddy Giovinazzo. The disc, available for $18.95 plus shipping from the official website of Fester’s Breed Productions, is also jam-packed with special features,
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