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Jennifer Morrison Joins Kevin Bacon at ’6 Miranda Drive’

15 May 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Once Upon A Time star Jennifer Morrison is swapping fairy tale beasties for floorbard-creaking ghoulies as she signs up for a supernatural thriller from the writer/director of Wolf Creek. Co-starring Kevin Bacon, 6 Miranda Drive concerns a family who bring more than holiday snaps back from their vacation in the form of a chilling presence.

Morrison will play a supporting role and this should make a solid addition to her growing movie roster. About to appear with Karen Gillan in The List, she also had parts in Star Trek Into Darkness and Tom Hardy fightfest Warrior. To me she’ll always be Dr Cameron from House M.D., though she certainly deserves roles further afield. The presence of Australian horrormeister Greg McLean on script and megaphoning duties is further sign of something good, as well as a performance from fellow countrywoman Radha Mitchell (Pitch Black). Bacon has been long overdue a decent lead cinematic role, »

- Steve Palace

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Jennifer Morrison Takes Up Residence at 6 Miranda Drive

14 May 2014 11:15 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Greg McLean (Wolf Creek, Wolf Creek 2), one of my personal favorite filmmakers, heads into paranormal territory with the Blumhouse-produced 6 Miranda Drive, which has just found its latest resident. Read on!

The Wrap reports that "House M.D." and "How I Met Your Mother" star Jennifer Morrison has joined the cast of McLean's latest, which tells the tale of a family that returns home from a Grand Canyon vacation with a supernatural force in tow. Morrison will play one half of a fun-loving couple that joins the family on their summer getaway.

Feeding off their own fears, the evil presence which latches on to our heroes threatens to destroy them from within as it takes over their lives and home with terrifying results.

The flick, written and directed by McLean, stars the previously announced Kevin Bacon, Radha Mitchell, Matt Walsh, Lucy Fry and David Mazouz.

Look for more on this one soon! »

- John Squires

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15 Actors Who Masterfully Hide Their Natural Accents

13 May 2014 9:46 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

There’s nothing worse than a bad fake accent, especially when it distracts the audience from the story that’s being told. That being said, there’s nothing more impressive than learning an actor is hiding their natural voice, and doing it flawlessly. This is no easy task, but the actors listed below are just a few of those who pull it off without effort. Hugh Laurie In his most famous role as Dr. Gregory House on “House M.D.,” Hugh Laurie hid his British accent for eight seasons. His memorable performance, along with his spot-on American accent, earned him two Golden Globe awards for best actor in a drama series, followed by four consecutive nominations in the same category, and six Emmy nominations. Christian Bale Christian Bale seldom acts using his natural British accent, instead opting for characters like “American Hustle’s” Irving Rosenfeld and Bruce Wayne (aka Batman). However, »

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E!'s Official Guide to Getting Over a Hangover (Just in Time for Cinco de Mayo!)

2 May 2014 10:23 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Dry mouth. Pounding headache. Churning stomach. Fatigue. Either you ate some really bad sushi last night or you have been struck with a rare disease and you need to see Dr. House immediately. He will cure you and mock you at the same time. Or you're hungover. It's probably that. With Cinco de Mayo coming up, we want to give you guys a chance to prepare your method for getting past a hangover after a wee bit too much of celebrating. Maybe you have your own cure, but it doesn't hurt to have some backups. So we asked the folks here at E! to give us their favorite strategy for begin completely over hung. (Over hung is when you're much more than just hungover. You are over hung.) So check out the »

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Top Highlights from Aspen Shortsfest Screenwriting Panel Featuring Writers of 'Dallas Buyers Club,' 'Elementary' and 'M.A.S.H.'

16 April 2014 6:16 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This year's Aspen Shortsfest, an Academy Award qualifying festival for short films, screened 70 shorts from April 8-13 and hosted a variety of panels with filmmakers, screenwriters and actors. A special presentation called "Writing for the Screen: How to Create Characters and Keep Your Friends" featured screenwriters and jury members Craig Borten ("Dallas Buyers Club"), Peter Blake ("House M.D." "Elementary," "Hemlock Grove"), and David Pollock ("M.A.S.H."). The panel was moderated by Denver Post film critic and fellow juror Lisa Kennedy and had the trio discussing their humble beginnings, their writing processes, and anecdotes about their projects. Here are ten highlights from the panel. Peter Blake got into the entertainment industry because of his love for "Pulp Fiction." "I went into it, no reviews had come out yet, and I came out and was just completely blown away by that movie. I came out thinking God what am I doing in law school? »

- Casey Cipriani

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Top Highlights from Aspen Shortsfest Screenwriting Panel Featuring Writers of 'Dallas Buyers Club,' 'Elementary' and 'M.A.S.H.'

16 April 2014 6:16 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

This year's Aspen Shortsfest, an Academy Award qualifying festival for short films, screened 70 shorts from April 8-13 and hosted a variety of panels with filmmakers, screenwriters and actors. A special presentation called "Writing for the Screen: How to Create Characters and Keep Your Friends" featured screenwriters and jury members Craig Borten ("Dallas Buyers Club"), Peter Blake ("House M.D." "Elementary," "Hemlock Grove"), and David Pollock ("M.A.S.H."). The panel was moderated by Denver Post film critic and fellow juror Lisa Kennedy and had the trio discussing their humble beginnings, their writing processes, and anecdotes about their projects. Here are ten highlights from the panel. Peter Blake got into the entertainment industry because of his love for "Pulp Fiction." "I went into it, no reviews had come out yet, and I came out and was just completely blown away by that movie. I came out thinking God what am I doing in law school? »

- Casey Cipriani

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Aspen Shortsfest Announces 2014 Lineup

18 March 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Aspen Film has announced the lineup for its upcoming Shortsfest, to run April 8-13th. The films cover a range of genre and styles, and hail from thirty different countries. Audiences will also be treated to events featuring filmmakers, screenwriters, and actors. "Our 2014 season explores a truly global array of characters, situations and subjects," says Aspen Film Co-Director George Eldred. "From our festival seats we travel together to all seven continents--even Antarctica--to experience the imagination of our talented filmmakers and their creative risk-taking. We look forward to sharing the thrill of discovery with our audiences this spring." Among the special events is a conversation entitled "Writing For the Screen: How to Create Characters and Keep Your Friends" with screenwriters Peter Blake (Elementary, House M.D.), Craig Borten (Dallas Buyers Club) and David Pollock (M*A*S*H), on Saturday, April 12. For the full list of special events and the schedule »

- Melina Gills

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Olivia Wilde to Star in Martin Scorsese's HBO Pilot—Get the Details on Her Rock 'n' Roll Part!

11 March 2014 4:56 PM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Olivia Wilde could be returning to TV in a full-time gig! The former House M.D. star has just been cast as one of the leads in Martin Scorsese's highly buzzed about pilot for HBO, E! News has learned. The untitled project is also being executive produced by Boardwalk Empire's Terence Winter, and rock 'n' roll legend, Mick Jagger. The potential premium cable series centers on the punk and disco music industry in 1970s New York. Told through the eyes of a record executive who is trying to revive his label with a new sound, the drama will highlight the heavy role that sex and drugs played during this specific place and time.   Wilde revealed Wednesday on Twitter that she "could not be »

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Movie News: New 'Transformers' Poster; Bryan Singer Returning to TV; Arnold Schwarzenegger in 'Sabotage' Clip

4 March 2014 8:00 AM, PST | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Transformers: Age of Extinction: The first character poster for Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction, featuring Mark Wahlberg, has dropped ahead of today's debut of the first trailer. The movie opens on June 27, and, as of early this morning, we still don't have an official plotline! [Latino Review] Battle Creek: Bryan Singer is returning to television. He'll direct the pilot episode of Battle Creek, the new series from Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan and House M.D. creator David Shore; it's about two cops in Michigan with differing world views. Singer directed the pilot episode of House M.D. back in 2004, not to mention X-Men: Days of Future Past, which opens on May 23. [The Wrap] Captain Phillips: Barkhard Abdi vaulted from the ranks of the...

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- Peter Martin

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Bryan Singer Will Be Directing Vince Gilligan’s Battle Creek Pilot

3 March 2014 4:37 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Bryan Singer is a busy man at the moment, putting the final touches on his super-sized return to the X-Men franchise, X-Men: Days Of Future Past. He’s seemingly cleared a bit of space in his schedule though, as The Wrap reports that the director will be at the helm of the pilot for Battle Creek, the new detective drama at CBS from Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan.

The show revolves around two detectives who try to find a way to work together despite having very different world views. According to the official description, they must “answer the question: is cynicism, guile and deception enough to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek Michigan in the face of a lack of resources, or will naiveté and trust get the job done?”

It sure sounds a lot like HBO’s current smash hit True Detective, but Battle Creek is a »

- James Garcia

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Bryan Singer Tapped to Direct Vince Gilligan's CBS Cop Show 'Battle Creek'

3 March 2014 2:47 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Taking a break between "X-Men" movies, Bryan Singer is set to direct CBS' hot commodity, "Battle Creek." Best known as the "other new Vince Gilligan show" (with the more common reference being "Better Call Saul"), "Battle Creek" was written years ago by the "Breaking Bad" creator and received a straight-to-series order from CBS back in September.  According to Deadline Hollywood, Singer will also serve as executive producer for the series. The director of "Superman Returns" and "Valkyrie" has a rich history in TV, including stints on "Dirty Sexy Money" and "House M.D." as executive producer. Another "House" alum, David Shore, is serving as showrunner for "Battle Creek." Kal Penn ("Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle") and Janet McTeer ("Damages") have been cast in the detective drama set in Michigan. Singer also acts as producer for the web series "H+" and the upcoming ABC drama "Black Box." What do you think, »

- Ben Travers

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Bryan Singer Tapped to Direct Vince Gilligan's CBS Cop Show 'Battle Creek'

3 March 2014 2:47 PM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Taking a break between "X-Men" movies, Bryan Singer is set to direct CBS' hot commodity, "Battle Creek." Best known as the "other new Vince Gilligan show" (with the more common reference being "Better Call Saul"), "Battle Creek" was written years ago by the "Breaking Bad" creator and received a straight-to-series order from CBS back in September.  According to Deadline Hollywood, Singer will also serve as executive producer for the series. The director of "Superman Returns" and "Valkyrie" has a rich history in TV, including stints on "Dirty Sexy Money" and "House M.D." as executive producer. Another "House" alum, David Shore, is serving as showrunner for "Battle Creek." Kal Penn ("Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle") and Janet McTeer ("Damages") have been cast in the detective drama set in Michigan. Singer also acts as producer for the web series "H+" and the upcoming ABC drama "Black Box." What do you think, »

- Ben Travers

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Bryan Singer Will Direct Vince Gilligan’s CBS Pilot Battle Creek

3 March 2014 2:41 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Though filmmaker Bryan Singer is decidedly busy putting the finishing touches on this summer’s highly anticipated X-Men: Days of Future Past, it appears that he’s carving some time out of his schedule to direct a high-profile TV pilot.  Singer is now onboard to take the helm of the pilot for Battle Creek, an impending CBS series that hails from Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, who actually first wrote the pilot for the network back in 2002 before they passed on the project.  When Gilligan came off the wild success of sticking the landing of Breaking Bad, the network magically rediscovered the project (which they still owned) and put it back into active development with a straight-to-series order. Hit the jump for more on Battle Creek, Singer’s involvement, and how hands-on Gilligan will be with the new show. The folks over at The Wrap report that Singer has signed »

- Adam Chitwood

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Vince Gilligan, David Shore Drama ‘Battle Creek’ Casts ‘Justified’s’ Damon Herriman

3 March 2014 11:06 AM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Damon Herriman has signed on for “Battle Creek,” the upcoming CBS drama series from “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan and “House M.D.” creator David Shore. Herriman, known to fans of FX’s “Justified” for his portrayal of Dewey Crowe, has been cast in a recurring role as Detective Niblet, a nice guy and officer on the Battle Creek Police Department who looks up to Detective Funkhauser (“House” alum Kal Penn) and embraces his style. Also read: Janet McTeer Cast in Vince Gilligan, David Shore CBS Drama ‘Battle Creek’ The series centers on two detectives with very different world views. When they are. »

- Tim Kenneally

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9 Television Doctors You’d Trust With Your Life

26 February 2014 3:22 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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For a devout TV watcher, and especially one who is enthusiastic about medical Dramas, the first trip to the emergency room might be very disappointing. The nurses are not all curvy with flowing hair, most of the doctors are not dashing, charming men and the surgeons are not always “the best in their field”, while sporting a six-pack. This is what television taught us about hospitals – doctors are always the most attractive people in the bunch, devoting their entire lives to saving others’, when they’re not busy sleeping with each other. If they happen to make a mistake, and even lose a life at the process, they are always forgiven because they are just people who need to learn and they are just so damn good looking (all on the screen, of course).

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- Tal Imagor

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Vince Gilligan-David Shore Series ‘Battle Creek’ Casts Kal Penn

18 February 2014 2:10 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Kal Penn is heading to “Battle Creek.” The “House” alum has been cast in the upcoming CBS series “Battle Creek,” from “Breaking Bad” creator Vince Gilligan and “House M.D.” boss David Shore. The series centers on two detectives with very different world views. After they’re teamed up, the detectives must answer the question: Is cynicism, guile and deception enough to clean up the semi-mean streets of Battle Creek, Michigan in the face of a complete lack of resources; or is the exact opposite true – that it takes naïveté, trust and a boatload of resources? Also read: Pilot Season 2014: TheWrap’s Complete. »

- Tim Kenneally

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'House' helps doctor solve medical mystery

6 February 2014 4:16 PM, PST | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

If you’re unlucky enough to be stricken with a rare medical condition, you’d better hope your doctor watches the right television show.

That was the lesson for one German man with severe heart failure and a puzzling mix of symptoms, including fever, blindness, deafness, and enlarged lymph nodes, which stumped doctors for months.

The 55-year-old man was diagnosed only when he was referred to Dr. Juergen Schaefer, a fan of the U.S. television medical drama House.

“After five minutes, I knew what was wrong,” said Schaefer, who works at the Center for Undiagnosed Diseases in Marburg, north of Frankfurt. »

- Associated Press

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Besties – The Review

20 January 2014 8:15 PM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

I must confess. My guilty television viewing habits of the past have frequently included The Mentalist, a formulaic yet witty dramatic detective series with a subtle but prevalent comedic underbelly. The series features a rebellious but brilliant mind gone rogue to fulfill his own mission — rules be damned — like House M.D., but with murder investigations instead of medical mysteries. But, let me get back on track…

A while back, I had a chance to see a Fantastic Fest screening. Ultimately, my schedule demanded I sacrifice seeing this film in favor of another. For some time, I kicked myself. Besties is written by Rebecca Perry Cutter, who also happens to be a writer on The Mentalist. This also marks the feature film debut for Cutter as a director. This intrigued me, however I managed to learn a valuable lesson as well. It’s a lesson I’ve learned, and likewise forgotten »

- Travis Keune

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Russian Media Lash Out At Hugh Laurie

20 January 2014 5:42 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Moscow -- Hugh Laurie's calls for boycotting Russian goods have triggered scathing remarks in Russian media and on social networking websites. Many have reminded the House M.D. star that he didn't seem to mind performing in Russia last summer. "I'd boycott Russian goods if I could think of a single thing they made besides the rest of the world depressed," the actor said on his Twitter account apparently after reading an article in The Guardian about unfriendly attitudes towards gays in Russia. "Yes, alright, Russian vodka is ok if you need to clean the oven," he went on

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- Vladmir Kozlov

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11 TV Professionals Who Are Anything But

11 January 2014 5:17 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Police procedurals. Medical dramas. Spy thrillers. TV loves to depict people at the height of difficult, complex professions. Part of this is because conflict is drama: and there’s plenty of drama when someone’s job can literally mean the difference between life or death whether they’re diffusing bombs, negotiating the release of hostages or diagnosing a mystery illness. Another factor is escapism: people want to live vicariously and get a glimpse of a life different from their own.

However conflict isn’t always realism: the detective who beats confessions out of criminals, the doctor who doesn’t maintain patient confidentiality, the CEO who spends more time by the pool than in the boardroom, might struggle in the real world without a writer to handwave away the consequences. From detectives to journalists, here is a round up of eleven characters who, while hailed as experts by their respective shows, »

- Kate Taylor

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