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“The mood is worrisome.”
Alicia Florrick may be referring to her down-low feelings for friend/drinking buddy/late-night hand-toucher Finn Polmar in this week’s episode, but given the overarching vibe of The Good Wife‘s sixth season, I’m about ready to declare it an official motto, hashtag it and put it on a T-shirt.
Cary not merely putting himself in harm’s way, but curling up in harm’s lap like a docile kitten? Check. Alicia and Peter exploring their sexual options — but not with each other? Mmm-hmm. The race for State’s Attorney taking a walk on »
David Krumholtz is poised to do a real number on us, playing a 72-year-old Jewish grandmother in an IFC pilot.
IFC announced on Wednesday that it has commissioned a presentation (i.e. a whittled-down pilot) for Gigi’s Bucket List, which follows the titular septuagenarian from Boca Raton, Fla. as she pursues everything she deprived herself of throughout her life, after discovering millions in her dead husband’s bank account.
Krumholtz will serve as an executive producer on the project alongside Grandma’s House Entertainment’s Ben Newmark and Dan Newmark, Ricky Mabe and Zach Golden. The presentation will film later this year, »
Interesting news, this – Syfy is producing a TV series of Arthur C. Clarke’s last sequel novel to 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The follow-up is called 3001: The Final Odyssey, and will be executive produced by Ridley Scott and David W. Zucker of Numb3rs fame. On scripting duties is Stuart Beattie of Pirates Of The Caribbean and Collateral.
The 1997 novel is the fourth and final novel in the series, and is set, as you might have guessed, a thousand years after the events of the first book/the events of Stanley Kubrick’s iconic film. Gary Lockwood’s character from the movie, Dr Frank Poole, plays a central role – awakening on a strange planet amidst the potential return of the Monolith.
The story is, as you’d hope, »
Blunt Force Trauma centres on a deadly network of underground gunfights in South America called The Game.
Kwanten will play a young man and Pinto a vengeful woman who meet on their quest to locate the clandestine scene’s elusive champion.
- email@example.com (Jeremy Kay)
The Coen Bros. – Joel and Ethan – are among that rarified group of filmmakers whose every project is eagerly anticipated with the assumption of excellence. This writing and directing team have been producing the highest quality cinema for over thirty years, and have almost never put a foot wrong. Inevitably, their work attracts the most interesting and talented casts and, though they often collaborate with particular performers regularly, they never shy away from adding new people to their routine roster. Their next film, Hail, Caesar! is no exception.
Set amid the Hollywood studio system of the 1950s, Hail, Caesar! follows Eddie Mannix – a ‘fixer’ whose own talents are tested when a star disappears during filming. George Clooney makes his fourth Coen Bros. appearance (after O Brother Where Art Thou, Intolerable Cruelty and Burn After Reading) in the lead role as Mannix, and will be supported by fellow Coen Bros favourites Josh Brolin »
- Sarah Myles
The upcoming Hank Williams biopic, I Saw the Light, begins production in Louisiana this week, with four newly-announced actors on set. Wrenn Schmidt (pictured above), David Krumholtz, Josh Pais and James DuMont have been cast in the film, the Hollywood Reporter reveals, joining Tom Hiddleston, who is playing the lead role, and Elizabeth Olsen, who will portray the country icon's first wife, Audrey Mae Williams.
Schmidt will play Bobbie Jett, a woman who had a short-lived relationship with Williams after his divorce from Audrey. She gave birth to their daughter, »
TVLine has learned exclusively that David Krumholtz is joining CBS’ marquee drama in the potentially recurring role of Josh, a top campaign specialist hired by Alicia’s manager, Jonathan (Steven Pasquale).
One part Hollywood and two parts political, Josh is known as a master of negative campaigning (a role first teased in this week’s Ask Ausiello). He also believes candidates should just shut up and do what the professionals say, so his interactions with Alicia should be hysterical.
In Sunday’s Good Wife, »
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In the Disney Xd series’ “Lost in Danville” episode — with story by Lost cocreator Damon Lindelof and airing Monday, Sept. 29 at 7:30/6:30c, 10 years-plus-one week after ABC’s supernatural drama debuted — a mysterious capsule falls into Phineas and Ferb’s back yard and they struggle to open it.
Meanwhile, as seen in the clip above, Dr. Doofenshmirtz is abducted by another evil scientist, »
Perry will play FBI agent Nick Dalton, who had his eye on the role of head of the cyber crime division out of Washington D.C. The job went to central character Avery Ryan, played by Patricia Arquette.
The most recent “CSI” spinoff is inspired by real-life cyber psychologist Mary Aiken and centers on illegal activities that live online and play out in the real world.
“CSI: Cyber” is eying a midseason premiere on CBS.
- Alex Stedman
The 90210 vet is joining CBS’ upcoming CSI spin-off in a potentially recurring role that promises to shed light on Patricia Arquette’s character, Special Agent Avery Ryan.
Perry will play Nick Dalton, a former FBI agent who was destined to run the cyber unit in Washington DC. After a classified falling out, Dalton set his sights on becoming a “futurist” for the private sector. According to a Cyber insider, Dalton will hold many secrets to Avery’s backstory.
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Disney's animated series Phineas and Ferb continues its tradition of having fun with geek pop culture. Co-creator and writer of Lost Damon Lindelof has written a special episode for the show that pays tribute to Lost. Not only that but Terry O'Quinn, the actor who played John Locke in the classic TV series, will be voicing a character in the episode!
In the episode, "a mysterious locked capsule falls into Phineas and Ferb's back yard and they struggle to open it, only to discover they have unleashed something they cannot control. Meanwhile, Perry learns that Dr. Doofenshmirtz has been abducted and tracks him to Seattle where another evil scientist Professor Mystery has his own sinister plan."
O'Quinn will provide the voice of Professor Mystery, with Kaczmarek and »
- Joey Paur
The network on Friday announced that the animated series’ Lost-inspired episode — first revealed at Comic-Con — will air Monday, Sept. 29, at 7:30/6:30c.
Lost star Terry O’Quinn is lending his voice to evil scientist Professor Mystery, »
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The youngster is ordered by a judge to work with Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) “on loan” to assist with a cyber case — or else he goes to prison. Nelson struggles working for the Feds while trying to keep his fingertips out of the Deep Web, where he was groomed »
Per TVLine, Van Der Beek will play the role of FBI Agent Elijah Mundo, a battlefield forensics expert who knows the inside and out of vehicles, weapons and bombs. Mundo is recruited into the FBI's Cyber Crime Division by Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) and should find use in his skills as the division tracks down the most dangerous cyber criminals.
Van Der Beek was last seen in the CBS series Friends with Better Lives, which was cancelled this past spring. He will forever be most recognizable for his role on The CW series Dawson's Creek and the movie Varsity Blues. The Internet »
James Van Der Beek is moving to another CBS show.
Van Der Beek will play FBI agent Elijah Mundo, an expert in battlefield forensics recruited by Patricia Arquette’s character, Special Agent Avery Ryan. Mundo is a savant in weaponry, vehicles and bombs while Ryan brings her expertise in psychology.
The show will follow the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division as it hunts down foreign and domestic threats that live online and play out in the real world. It’s inspired by the work of real-life cyber psychologist Mary Aiken.
Along with his most famous role as Dawson Leery in “Dawson’s Creek, »
- Alex Stedman
The quick demise of Friends With Better Lives apparently didn’t sour James Van Der Beek on CBS — the Dawson’s Creek alum is staying in business with the network via a series-regular role on CSI: Cyber, TVLine has learned.
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He will play FBI Agent Elijah Mundo, an expert in battlefield forensics recruited by Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette). Mundo is a savant when it comes to weaponry, vehicles, and bombs. A self-proclaimed action junkie, Agent Mundo will often put himself at risk to seek permanent justice while Ryan will »
The CSI beast is going strong still. CBS announced another series regular for the upcoming CSI: Cyber, which is Peter MacNicol. He was previously on CBS’ Numb3rs and legal show Ally McBeal. His role, Assistant Director Stavros Sifter will be the FBI supervisor who is also an insider that has made it his whole career. He will be playing the boss to Patricia Arquette. The series is expected to be a mid-season replacement during the mid season break next year. Peter has yet to address the subject of his new role.
I have always loved the CSI series and I love that they are taking on the cyber subject. It will certainly be a good one and perhaps it should have been done a long time ago. I suppose it is better late than never, but it does make you wonder where their minds are when they decide what shows to create? »
- Sarah Peel
The Ally McBeal/Numb3rs vet will play Assistant Director Stavros Sifter, 40, a career FBI insider and supervisor of Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) for the Cyber Crime Division in Washington, D.C.
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Sifter quickly rose up the ranks and positioned himself in a job where he is the clearinghouse between FBI Cyber and all other branches of government. He is a shrewd and savvy networker — a charmer with a hint of malice. »
MacNicol will play Assistant Director Stavros Sifter, a career FBI insider and supervisor of Special Agent Avery Ryan for the Cyber Crime Division in Washington, D.C. Sifter quickly rose up the ranks and positioned himself in a job where he is the clearing house between FBI Cyber and all other branches of government. He is a shrewd and savvy networker; a charmer with a hint of malice. Drilling down to the core of his “Classified” status, Sifter knows what very few know behind the closed doors of the U.S. Government. The social networks and devices we use on a daily basis are the Government’s way of monitoring its citizens domestically and abroad — therefore, Sifter has the impossible task of controlling the amplification of cyber crime in an era where the collective world communicates electronically. »
- Laura Prudom
Sony Pictures Entertainment and Annapurna Pictures have announced a release date for the R-Rated comedy Sausage Party from Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Kyle Hunter and Ariel Shaffir. The movie will be released one week before Sony’s own Amazing Spider-Man 3 on June 3rd 2016.
Sausage Party tells the story of a sausage trying to discover the truth about his existence. After falling out of a shopping cart, our hero sausage and his new friends embark on a perilous journey through the supermarket to get back to their aisles before the 4th of July sale.
Only from the minds of Rogen and Goldberg eh?
Sausage Party also features an impressive voice cast that includes Rogen, Jonah Hill (22 Jump Street), Kristen Wiig (Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues), Salma Hayek (Grown Ups 2), Edward Norton (The Grand Budapest »
- Luke Owen
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