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Woody Allen’s new film may be titled “Irrational Man,” but it was the women who took center stage at a Q&A following a screening Thursday night. Emma Stone and Parker Posey play potential love interests to Joaquin Phoenix’s title character, a philosophy professor at a small college, and they spent the evening talking to an audience of SAG actors about the film and their careers. It was a funny, laid back affair – after struggling in the directors chairs set out for them, Posey suggested they do the Q&A sitting on the floor, and her co-star complied.
Stone revealed that she was 16 years old when she joined SAG and discovered that her birth name, Emily Stone, was already taken. “I didn’t want to be ‘Emily J. Stone,’ so I was like, ‘Riley’s a cool name, I’ll just be Riley.’ So I was Riley Stone for, »
- Jenelle Riley
Created by Kevin Falls
Produced by Left Coast Productions, 20th Century Fox Television
Aired on NBC for 1 season (13 episodes) from September 24, 2007 – December 19, 2007
Moon Bloodgood as Olivia Beale
Reed Diamond as Jack Vasser
Charles Henry Wyson as Zack Vasser
Dan Vasser is your average every day newspaper reporter living in San Francisco with a wife and child, both of whom he loves and works hard for. One day Dan finds himself randomly transported through time with no idea of when he is, why he was sent back in time, or what he’s supposed to do. Dan quickly begins to realize that he’s been brought back on a mission to track a person’s life and help them in some way. In time, Dan discovers he has been given »
- Jean Pierre Diez
MTV's bringing some scares to San Diego, offering two horror genre panels for fans to attend at this year's Comic-Con: a Scream: The TV Series panel on Friday, July 10th, and a Kevin Smith-moderated Teen Wolf panel on Thursday, July 9th.
Press Release: "Santa Monica, CA (June 25, 2015) – MTV will take San Diego Comic-Con by storm with the return of Comic-Con favorite and hit drama series “Teen Wolf” for the sixth time and convention debuts of highly-anticipated shows “Scream: The TV Series” and “The Shannara Chronicles.”
For the first time in network history, MTV will be on-the-ground with its own branded booth, giving fans an all-new interactive experience when they hit the floor of the San Diego Convention Center. Fans will be treated to exclusive swag and the opportunity to meet and get autographs from a slew of MTV talent set to stop by.
In addition, MTV will once again sponsor the Sdcc wi-fi. »
- Derek Anderson
Way back in 2006, Christopher McQuarrie was announced as the writer and director of The Stanford Prison Experiment. Nine years later the film is finally complete, but in rather different form than originally planned. McQuarrie is now listed only among the producers, with the screenplay credit going to Tim Talbott (South Park, Medium), and Kyle Patrick Alvarez (C.O.G.) in the director's chair. Ezra Miller, Thomas Mann, Billy Crudup and Olivia Thirlby head up the cast, and here's a trailer.The film, of course, is based on the infamous human behaviour study conducted in the early 1970s. The experiment saw a group of Us college students taking on the roles of prisoners and guards to study the effects of incarceration. Within a day, the “guards” resorted to psychological torture and humiliation and the “prisoners” began to riot.It’s been a cultural touchstone for years – and several films based on the subject »
If you're any bit of a horror or hard rock fan, Charlie Clouser has already been in your rotation. Think, when your heart races a little more to the strains of the macabre theme to "American Horror Story," or if it's altogether stopped during this first season of "Wayward Pines." If Nine Inch Nails' "Downward Spiral"; or Marilyn Manson's solid '90s albums; or Rob Zombie, White Zombie, or select albums from A Perfect Circle, Killing Joke, Helmet or Puscifer have been in your spinlist, then Clouser has likely already left a mark on you. And if you've ever survived a "Saw" series movie, then Clouser's compositions may still be floating through your veins. The writer-musician recently wrapped on scoring aforementioned Fox show starring Matt Dillon. Today, we exclusively premiere two of Clouser's score selections from the show -- "Climb Out" and "Leaking Oil" -- and discuss just »
- Katie Hasty
"I just made a change in my predictions for Best Drama Actress. I'm going with Caitriona Balfe to be nominated for 'Outlander,'" reveals Gold Derby founder Tom O'Neil in our latest Emmy predictions video slugfest (watch below at the 1:11:25 mark). O'Neil's prediction is bold, considering he's the only one of our Experts or Editors picking her to make the list, but he believes that Balfe fits in to a fascinating pattern of past voting. "If you look back in this category historically, there are lots of nominations for actresses who have a strong cult following, portraying characters about female empowerment," O'Neil says. O'Neil cites Roma Downey ("Touched by an Angel"), Jane Seymour ("Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman"), Amber Tamblyn ("Joan of Arcadia") and Patricia Arquette ("Medium") as such examples of leading ladies who reaped Emmy nominations for thei...' »
This week, we’ve got an insane amount of horror and sci-fi home entertainment choices getting released on Tuesday, including the latest from Scream Factory, Stigmata, and Kino Lorber is bringing us another Mario Bava cult classic to high-def in the form of Evil Ey,e and the recent horror comedy Zombeavers is looking to make a splash on DVD as well.
Anchor Bay is also unleashing The Vatican Exorcisms on May 19th and Olive Films is bringing a double dose of classic terror to Blu-ray with their releases of Peter Benchley’s Creature and It! The Terror from Outer Space. Indie horror fans have a ton of titles this week arriving on DVD to choose from and we’ve also got new high-def releases for both Poltergeist sequels and Terminator 2: Judgment Day too.
While vacationing in Italy, »
- Heather Wixson
Wrapping up its most watched season in seven years, The CW Network presented its 2015-16 broadcast schedule today to advertisers, affiliates and national media at New York City Center in New York City. The indie-pop band Of Monsters and Men kicked off the presentation with a live performance of their latest single "Crystals," and their international hit song "Little Talks." Here's what CW's Mark Pedowitz had to say in a statement.
"This has been a terrific season for The CW, and is a result of a strategy we set in motion a few years ago to broaden out and grow our audience. We had our most watched season, and our highest-rated season among men, in seven years. We launched The CW's most watched series ever with The Flash, and with The Flash and Jane the Virgin, we received more critical acclaim than ever before. The CW is heading into »
The suspense is over, fans of Chasing Life and Switched at Birth.
ABC Family announced Wednesday that its dramedy series will return on Aug. 17 and Aug. 24, respectively.
The cabler also revealed a premiere date for Young & Hungry‘s sophomore season, as well as the debuts for new series Monica the Medium, Job or No Job, Next Step Realty: NYC, Startup U and Kevin From Work.
All told, the lineup looks like this:
Monday, July 13 | Monica the Medium (10/9c)
Wednesday, Aug. 5 | Job or No Job (9/8c)
Tuesday, Aug. 11 | Next Step Realty: NYC (9/8c)
Exclusive: Larry Teng, who made his mark as a co-executive producer on Medium and as a director on such shows as Hawaii Five-o, Arrow, Criminal Minds, Elementary and Sleepy Hollow, has signed on to USA’s Graceland as co-executive producer. Season 3 of Jeff Eastin’s action crime drama kicks off on Thursday, June 25. Teng started his career on NBC’s Ed where he was the associate producer, coordinating producer and co-producer on the show before working for Glenn Gordon… »
Exclusive: Scribe Tim Talbott has signed with ICM Partners. He won the 2015 Sundance Film Festival’s Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award for The Stanford Prison Experiment. He left CAA. Talbott spent the past three years on Chicago Fire, most recently as an executive story editor, and before that was staffer on the final season of CBS drama Medium. The Stanford Prison Experiment will be released in July by IFC Films. Talbott continues to be managed by Anonymous… »
For whatever ABC’s Castle has planned for its Season 7 finale, we know at least one guest star who will be a part of it.
TVLine has learned exclusively that CSI vet Wallace Langham will have a role in the yet-to-be-titled season ender, though no details on his character or the overall storyline are being released. (Perhaps he is playing the “distinguished, highly intelligent” shrink teased in Ask Ausiello?)
RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2015: Weddings, Deaths, Breakups, Sex, Resurrections, Firings and More!
We can't quite believe this is already happening, but the grand final of The Voice UK is on Saturday! We've already got the pizza place on our speed dial and we've obviously turned our sofa away from the television, but we felt that wasn't quite enough preparation, so we decided we should take a little time to assess the top four.
So if you've not been watching - or if you just want a reminder of everything that's led to this point - you're in luck. Read on for our complete guide to the final four...
Basics: 23-year-old student from London (originally from Nigeria)
Team: Ricky Wilson
Songs performed so far: 'Sweetest Taboo' - Sade (blinds); 'The Living Years' - Mike & the Mechanics (battles); 'I've Been Loving You Too Long' - Otis Redding (knockouts); 'Another Day In Paradise' - Phil Collins (first live show); 'A Whiter »
This article contains spoilers for, er, Clear And Present Danger.
How many times have you walked out of seeing a big summer blockbuster movie, and felt like you'd been treated like a grown-up? Christopher Nolan movies, whether you like them or not, treat you with that level of respect. But when it comes to major thrillers, there's generally something about them where you feel you've been shortchanged.
It's why it puzzles me that Clear And Present Danger doesn't get a lot more love. From the day I saw it for the first time back in 1994, and on every viewing since, I've really loved this film. I love that it isn't afraid of a dense plot, isn't afraid of putting a big movie star on the poster yet finds time for supporting characters, »
Javier Grillo-Marxuach has done many things — created the cult TV show "The Middleman," worked on more than a dozen others, including "Medium" and, most recently, "Helix," even written a beguiling collection of essays, "Shoot This One," on his years in the biz — but if he died tomorrow, there's one word you can count on being in the first line of his obituary: "Lost." Grillo-Marxuach was there at the beginning of a show that would help to define both the possibilities and the limitations of a new era of network television, and apart from Damon Lindelof, he hung on longer than any of the writers who fleshed out in surprising detail who Jack, Kate, Locke, Sawyer, Hurley, Sun, Jin and the rest were, and who they had been. Grillo-Marxuach, who eventually departed near the end of "Lost's" second season, has told pieces of his story before. But in a nearly 17,000-word post on his blog, »
- Sam Adams
Hungry for the delectable and deadly atmosphere of Michael Dougherty's Trick ’r Treat following the announcement last week that Legendary comics is releasing graphic novels of Trick ’r Treat and the upcoming Krampus? If so, then you might dig Cavity Colors' Cakepop Sam print, the latest addition to their Deadly Desserts line. The print depicts the creepy creature from Trick ’r Treat as a cake pop that's a festive feast for the eyes. Also featured in our latest round-up are details on the Kickstarter campaign for world-renowned special effects master Hiroshi Katagiri's debut film, Gehenna – Where Death Lives, as well as release details on Scream Factory's Blu-ray of the Patricia Arquette-starring possession film, Stigmata.
Cake Pop Sam Print: Cavity Colors' "Cakepop Sam" print is now available to purchase for $15.00:
"Signed by Aaron Crawford High quality 8 x 10 inch Giclee Print Printed with Archival Inks on Acid Free »
- Derek Anderson
A lost soul has just received the wounds of Christ… and a shocking message that will alter history. Featuring performances from Patricia Arquette (TV’s Medium, Boyhood) and Gabriel Byrne (The Usual Suspects) with a cutting -edge score by Billy Corgan of The Smashing Pumpkins and Elia Cmiral, the visceral thriller Stigmata will make its blu-ray debut May 19th, 2015 courtesy of Scream Factory. Stigmata comes loaded with bonus features, including the featurettes Incredible But … Continue reading →
Oliver Platt and four others have been cast in EuropaCorp and Lava Bear Pictures’ thriller Shut In starring Naomi Watts, rounding out the cast of the pic that recently began filming in Montreal before moving to other locations. It already has a February 19, 2016 release date. Charlie Heaton, Jacob Tremblay, Medium‘s David Cubitt and French actress Clementine Poidatz also have been added. Farren Blackburn is directing the Black List script by Christina Hodson that centers… »
‘It Follows’ is fun and gorgeously moody
Is David Robert Mitchell’s atmospheric horror film It Follows parody? Its ambiguous decade could be the heyday of ‘80s American horror, replete with tube TVs, a very retro-looking aboveground pool, and costuming that’s very Blue Velvet. But then there’s a reading device that looks like a rather chic Kindle… read the full article.
‘Chappie’ is gloriously bonkers
Writer-director Neill Blomkamp pushes all his chips onto the table with this fascinating sci-fi gamble that dares you not to be entertained. Derivative, ultra-violent, and completely baffling, Chappie also manages to be insightful and sweet at times. This technically-accomplished and thematically-suspect robot melodrama has something for everyone to love (and hate). Mostly, it offers the giddy exhilaration of a movie that’s determined to tell its story, no matter how bat-shit crazy it is… click here to read the full article.
Well, this is an interesting look... Patricia Arquette stepped out in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Thursday, where the Oscar winner was photographed sporting a bizarre ensemble, wearing unbuttoned jeans that practically fell off her backside. The actress was joined by her 12-year-old daughter, Harlow, who appeared unfazed by her mother's look. Thankfully, the Medium beauty had a strategically placed sweater tied around her waist to keep her booty from being fully exposed, but the cover-up did little to conceal her underwear, which was completely visible thanks to her low-slung pants. (Seriously, we adore Patricia Arquette, but we have no idea what's going on here.) The wardrobe »
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