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How will a lost love affect Bones? Do we spy sparks between Homeland‘s Carrie and Quinn? Who’s the latest royal to visit Once Upon a Time? Who’s at the heart of a Haven mystery? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
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I’m desperate for some new Bones scoop. Got anything for us about episodes past the premiere? Titles, maybe? –Claudia
You want titles, I’ve got titles! Among the new season’s first batch of episodes, you will find “The »
Coming-of-age drama The Road Within has sold to Well Go USA, which has acquired U.S. rights and is plotting a day-and-date release in theaters and on VOD. Gren Wells scripted and makes her directing debut with the story of three teenage residents at a behavioral clinic — a Tourette’s patient, a rebellious anorexic, and an Ocd patient — and the unexpected but life-changing road trip that takes them all by surprise. Zoe Kravitz (X-Men: First Class), Robert Sheehan (The Mortal Instruments), Dev Patel (Slumdog Millionaire), Robert Patrick (True Blood), and Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer) star. Pic debuted this summer at the La Film Festival and is produced by Bradley Gallo, Michael A. Helfant, Robert L. Stein, Brent Emery and Guy J. Louthan. Executive producers are William Gallo and Viola Jager and co-executive producers are Philip M. Cohen, Raphael Kryszek Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Junior, Alberto Raposo de Oliveira and Allen Church. »
- Jen Yamato
Though he’s appeared in more than 50 movies and several hit TV shows, J.K. Simmons is perhaps still best known as the deadpan professor in Farmer’s Insurance commercials. “It’s humbling, to say the least,” says the 59-year-old actor.
So perhaps it’s only fitting that though Simmons landed the leading role on a broadcast network series last year – the recently cancelled NBC sitcom “Growing Up Fisher” – and starred alongside Kyra Sedgwick in TNT’s long-running hit “The Closer,” the part that may well earn him his greatest kudos is in a small indie film that began as a short. Simmons portrays Terence Fletcher, a teacher at a prestigious music academy who physically and emotionally terrorizes a young drummer played by Miles Teller in “Whiplash,” which scored the top awards at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and is showing at Toronto, ahead of its Oct. 10 theatrical release via Sony Pictures Classics. »
- Jenelle Riley
A few weeks ago, when TNT’s Falling Skies indicated that our heroes were going to need to visit the moon in the name of having any chance at beating the Espheni, I had concerns.
How will they get there? And in a timely manner? Who in the 2nd Mass has anything remotely resembling training for such a journey? Will Aerosmith give the rights to “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing”? And so on.
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Sunday’s two-hour Season 4 finale, which revolved around Tom Mason’s trip to said ball of cheese, »
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Question: Anything at all on the final season of Sons of Anarchy? —Jennifer
Ausiello: Tara’s spirit will loom large throughout the final 13 episodes, but Maggie Siff won’t be embodying that spirit. Asked if the actress might appear in a recreated flashback or as a vision to her widowed hubby, series creator Kurt Sutter tells me, “I’ve never done flashbacks or dream sequences on this show. They tend to pull me out of the reality of a show like this. »
ABC’s Castle has tapped a face familiar to fans of Monday-night crime procedurals to appear in Season 7.
Video Castle Season 7 First Look: Kate Searches for Rick in Fiery Teaser
Gina Ravera, who for four seasons played Detective Irene Daniels on TNT’s The Closer, will guest-star in the coming season’s second episode as Marsha Stoller, the vice president of a successful toy company.
The 12th precinct finds itself playing in the toy biz when company founder Wally Williger turns up d-e-a-d. Now, before you go ahead and finger Marsha for the murder, know that the episode also features Wally’s wife, »
Ahead of its return next month, Fox has released the first trailer for the upcoming second season of the hit comedy series Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which features footage from the premiere as well as interviews with the cast.
Season two of Brooklyn Nine-Nine sees Andy Samberg (Jake Peralta), Andre Baugher (Captain Holt), Melissa Fumero (Amy Santiago), Joe Lo Truglio (Boyle), Stephanie Beatriz (Diaz), Terry Crews (Terry), Chelsea Peretti (Gina), Dirk Blocker (Hitchcock) and Joel McKinnon Miller (Scullty) all returning to the cast, while guest stars will include Terrell Owens, Jenny Slate (Obvious Child) and Kyra Sedgwick (The Closer).
Check out the first look trailer here…
Brooklyn Nine-Nine returns to Fox on Sunday, September 28th.
The post First look at Brooklyn Nine-Nine season 2 appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Gary Collinson
Martin Odum doesn’t just go undercover in TNT’s Legends, which premiered Wednesday night – he becomes his covers, burying himself in the fabricated backstories and character quirks that come with the job.
However when Odum (played by Game of Thrones‘ Sean Bean) returns home after a months-long deep-cover assignment, a mysterious stranger tells him that what he presumes is his true identity is just an elaborate “legend” as well. Unfortunately, Odum can’t dispel that accusation since he’s beginning to unconsciously slip in and out of the many personae he’s created over the years.
But that’s »
Midway through Season 3’s summer finale — which was an at-times intense, Kiss the Girls-esque tale of disappeared young women (can plucky Kate be a part of any S.O.B. spin-off?) — Rusty visited his mom at the county lock-up, where she’d been stashed after being nabbed on a shoplifting charge. To make bail, Sharon Beck »
This Monday at 9/8c, TNT’s Major Crimes serves up a finale so dense with drama, it just might give you a heart attack. (Sorry, Fritz.Too soon?) For as the McD’s investigation into the disappearances of a string of young girls leads to a turf battle with the S.O.B., Rusty’s mom pops back up like a bad penny, still struggling with the law and her sobriety.
Need a quick recap of Sleepy Hollow‘s Season 1 finale? Allow Ichabod Crane to help out.
“My wife is now a captive of the horseman of death, and the horseman of war is my son,” the time transplant announces in the Fox drama’s newest trailer.
Now that you’re caught up, revel in what the minute-long montage shows us: Henry (aka War) nefariously runs amok in town, Jenny survives her car crash, someone (likely Abraham, aka Death) gifts Katrina with a necklace she doesn’t seem to want, »
Walt Martin Dies At 69
Martin passed away on July 24 of vasculitis at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank after being hospitalized for chest pains, his wife Elena Martin told The Hollywood Reporter.
Martin first teamed up with Eastwood on 1999 picture True Crime. He went on to work with him on Space Cowboys (2000), Blood Work (2002), Mystic River (2003), Million Dollar Baby (2004), Letters From Iwo Jima (2006), Changeling (2008), Gran Torino (2008), Invictus (2009), Hereafter (2010) and Trouble With the Curve (2012).
Martin also worked with Eastwood on this summer’s Jersey Boys musical and most recently on the Chris Kyle biopic American Sniper starring Bradley Cooper, which is to hit theaters next year. He won an Oscar for sound mixing Eastwood’s 2006 World War II drama Flags of Our Fathers.
Prior to becoming part of Eastwood’s crew, »
Okay, okay, I realize that’s cheesy. But let’s face it: During the 120 minutes allotted for Wednesday’s episode, it was hard not to be legitimately frustrated that this gem of a reality competition series so often flies under the radar, when even in its 11th season, performers are still earning three-judge standing O’s (and millions from viewers’ living rooms, »
Season 2 of Fox’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine may have copped a brand-new time slot — Sundays at 8:30/7:30c, premiering Sept. 28 — but everything else about the Golden Globe-winning comedy is staying wonderfully the same.
As made clear in this exclusive first look at B99‘s Season 2 key art, it’s the “same shift” just on a “different day,” as a leaping-into-action Jake Peralta makes the usual mayhem, Diaz is locked-and-loaded, Jeffords is hulking out and Holt (played by Emmy nominee Andre Braugher)… well, he’s not amused. Or maybe he is. »
The screen legends’ new Netflix comedy Grace and Frankie has cast Brooklyn Decker (Friends With Better Lives) — as well as Ethan Embry (Once Upon a Time) — in series-regular roles, TVLine has learned.
Decker will play Mallory, the younger daughter of Fonda’s Grace, while Embry will play Coyote, the charismatic son of Tomlin’s Frankie.
The show is built around »
Kyra Sedgwick is returning to the world of TV crime fighting. The Closer star will appear in multiple episodes of Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine, E! News has confirmed. This is her first TV gig since The Closer ended in 2012. Sedgwick won an Emmy and starred in the hit TNT drama The Closer as Brenda Leigh Johnson for seven seasons. In Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Sedgwick will play Madeline Wuntch, a long-time rival of Captain Holt (Andre Braugher). The rivalry goes back to their early days in the NYPD. Like she did in The Closer, Sedgwick will play a Deputy Chief in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. She's in a higher position than Holt and is hoping to take him down when she evaluates his precinct. Sedgwick is currently slated for two »
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As reported by Entertainment Weekly, Sedgwick will appear in two episodes as Deputy Chief Madeline Wuntch, a longtime foil of Emmy nominee Andre Braugher’s Captain Holt. As part of a precincts-wide evaluation, Wuncth aims to take down the 9-9.
The role marks Sedgwick’s first on-camera TV role »
Sedgwick, whose seven-season run on The Closer ended in 2012, will play a different kind of deputy chief—Madeline Wuntch, the steely longtime rival of Captain Holt (Andre Braugher, who received an Emmy nomination earlier this month). Now in a higher-ranking position than Holt, Deputy Chief Wuntch is evaluating all of the precincts, and she’s aiming to take him down—along with the rest of the Nine-Nine.
She will make her first appearance in the second episode of season two, »
- Dan Snierson
The filmmakers behind the psychological horror movie “Dementia” have released a slew of photos. The movie stars Gene Jones (“The Sacrament”) and Kristina Klebe (“Proxy”), as well as Peter Cilella (“Resolution”), Richard Riehle (“Texas Chainsaw 3D”), Marc Senter (“Red, White & Blue”), Graham Skipper (“Almost Human”), Molly McQueen (“Carjacked”), Tony Denison (“The Closer”) and newcomer Hassie Harrison. Described as a cross between “Misery” and “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane,” the film hails from director Mike Testin and producers Raphael Margules and J.D. Lifshitz. The trio previously collaborated on “Contracted.” Also read: Millennium Acquires Psychological Horror ‘Dead Within’ Diagnosed with dementia, war »
- Jeff Sneider
As we told you a few months back, Contracted's Dp Mike Testin is making his feature debut with an old-school horror flick entitled Dementia, which boasts a handful of faces that are quite familiar to us horror folk. On tap for you today are the first images from the film so dig in!
From the Press Release
The film also stars some of horror’s hottest indie actors including Peter Cilella (Resolution), Richard Riehle (Texas Chainsaw 3D), Marc Senter (Red, White & Blue), and Graham Skipper (Almost Human). Molly McQueen (Carjacked), Tony Denison (“The Closer”), and newcomer Hassie Harrison co-star.
Diagnosed with dementia, war veteran George Lockhart (Jones) must deal with his estranged family. Son Jerry (Cilella) and granddaughter Shelby (Harrison) force him to hire a live-in nurse (Klebe), only to »
- John Squires
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