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Sony Pictures has acquired the movie rights to Cori McCarthy’s forthcoming novel “Breaking Sky,” which will be produced by Barry Josephson (“Bones”), TheWrap has learned. Set in the year 2048 with America locked in a cold war, “Breaking Sky” follows Chase Harcourt (call sign “Nyx”), who’s one of only two daredevil pilots chosen to fly an experimental “Streaker” jet, which serves as the country’s best hope of victory. Also Read: Chloe Moretz to Star in Ya Adaptation ‘The 5th Wave’ for Sony (Exclusive) Sony executives Michael De Luca and Eric Fineman will oversee the project for the studio, »
- Jeff Sneider
Dipillo, whose credits include “Mad Men,” “Revenge,” “The Gates” and “Bones,” will play Andi, a girl that Jane Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez) meets in her writers’ program. She’ll debut in episode 16 of this season, appearing in four consecutive episodes with the possibility of more.
“Jane the Virgin” has been renewed for Season 2, and airs Mondays on the CW.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
I did not want this episode to end.
As Arrow showrunner Marc Guggenheim promised, this week’s episode, which largely split the narrative between Starling City flashbacks and present-day Lian Yu, was a compelling but also fun Easter egg-filled “love letter” to viewers.
Home | In flashbacks, Oliver was charged by Waller with infiltrating Queen Consolidated — his family’s own company — without revealing himself, to get the skinny on a business associate who’s in the market for the Omega bioweapon component. While in Starling City, Oliver spies Thea at his and their father’s grave… »
Sleepyheads, circle the wagons, because we’ve got a lot to talk about.
This week’s Sleepy Hollow not only killed off Henry and sent Abbie skipping through time like a smooth stone, it officially turned Katrina into the Witnesses’ adversary.
This is a big, witchy deal. And, if you’re like me, you have thoughts.
Let’s take a look at what happens in “Awakening.”
Related 2015 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled?
Hell’S Bells | Ichabod and Abbie open the episode in a bookstore, where a nice clerk is trying to help them locate some »
Who on The Good Wife is doing a double take? What does Cain’s comeback mean for Supernatural? What brings back Once Upon a Time‘s Robin? Is a new hunk just what the Grey’s docs ordered? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
VideosCBS Sneak Peeks: Good Wife, Madam Secretary and More
The acclaimed CBS drama returns March 1, with – not surprisingly – a highly entertaining episode in which:
1) Lemond Bishop finally calls »
Titus Welliver isn't the first actor I might have thought of to play Lapd homicide cop Hieronymus "Harry" Bosch, hero of 17 best-selling mystery novels and counting by Michael Connelly (plus multiple appearances in Connelly's "Lincoln Lawyer" series). But that's more because the book series started so long ago, and has allowed Harry to age in real time, so my mental image of him is much older than the "Deadwood" alum. In "Bosch," a new TV series whose first season can be streamed on Amazon Prime starting today, Welliver plays a younger and slightly mellower version of Harry. Connelly and producer Eric Overmyer ("The Wire," "Tremé") adapted the first season from pieces of three different Bosch novels ("The Concrete Blonde," "City of Bones" and "Echo Park"), and tweaks some biographical details. (Over the course of the early books, for instance, Bosch got married, divorced, and had a daughter who's on the »
- Alan Sepinwall
I try to keep it off of my social networking feeds as much as possible, but I am one of those angsty people that absolutely hates Valentine’s Day. Hell, I’ve had a significant other for just about every Valentine’s Day since I was 14, and I still hate it. I’ll spare you all the feminist soap box, but know that I welcome Valentine’s Day the way most people welcome cancer. And I’ve had cancer, so that’s saying something.
I am, however, completely ride or die for Valentine’s Day horror films. Most of my horror comrades will spend sometime this week waxing poetic about My Bloody Valentine (or the surprisingly not disappointing My Bloody Valentine 3-D), and some of the more worldly of the bunch might mention something like Lover’S Lane or Horror Hospital, but I’m going to stick my neck out »
- BJ Colangelo
Winnick recently teased her visit to the CBS drama via Instagram (as seen below). TVLine has since learned that she will appear in Episode 18 of Poi‘s current season as Frankie Wells, a resourceful, relentless bounty hunter who enjoys her job of chasing down bad guys perhaps a bit too much.
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Booth and Brennan’s latest case calls upon a little help from… a sassy diner waitress?
Bones has tapped veteran actress Linda Lavin — known for playing the title role in the ’70s sitcom Alice and last seen as Cary’s pre-trial service officer on The Good Wife — to guest-star as a criminal courts judge, TVLine has learned exclusively.
RelatedFox Execs Talk Sleepy Hollow Fixes, Bones‘ Future, a Jack-Less 24, X-Files Revival and More
Lavin appears in the episode “The Verdict in the Victims,” in which her character is approached by Booth and Brennan to stop the imminent execution of a condemned killer they believe is innocent. »
Pascal, who will remain at Sony in a new role as a producer, has long been known around town for her keen eye for winning projects. Though her reputation has suffered recently as a result of North Korea’s infamous hacking attack on the studio, which revealed a few unseemly email exchanges in which Pascal and other execs criticized the attitudes of A-listers and made racially tinged jokes at the expense of President Obama, Pascal steered the studio through her share of triumphs.
Any career as long as Pascal’s is bound to have its peaks and valleys. From the highest heights (“Skyfall,” “Spider-Man 2”) to the lowest lows (“Jack and Jill,” “Sparkle”), Pascal led Sony through it all. Here’s a look »
- Kevin Noonan and Marianne Zumberge
When trauma-induced phobias begin to re-emerge in five survivors a year after their horrifying tragedy, they return to the “Fear Clinic,” hoping to find the answers they need to get cured.
Dr. Andover (Robert Englund), a fear doctor who runs the clinic, uses his “Fear Chamber” to animate their fears in the form of terrifying hallucinations. However, the good doctor soon begins to suspect that something more sinister may be at work, something that yearns to be more than just an hallucination…”
- Derek Anderson
In addition to casting his baby's mama, the Hollywood heartthrob also gave his Drive co-star Christina Hendricks a lead role in the fantasy thriller, which debuted its first trailer on Tuesday. The film follows the life of a single mother (Hendricks), who is swept into a dark underworld -- where she meets Cat (Mendes) -- while her teenage son Bones (Iain De Caestecker) discovers a road that leads him to a secret underwater town. Hanna actress Saoirse Ronan also plays Bones' young love interest.
"Is it dangerous?" Billy asks Cat after being introduced to the shady club. "If the door's locked you're fine," Cat replies.
The trailer quickly cuts back to Mendes under the lights again, but »
Warning: contains spoilers for anyone who hasn't read the A Song Of Ice And Fire Books.
Now that we have the posh, shiny version of the Game Of Thrones season 5 trailer instead of the shaky one nicked from that IMAX screening, we’ve done the nerdy freeze-framing required of a trailer breakdown.
To a cover of Bowie’s Heroes (presumably chosen simply to synch its title up to a shot of Jon Snow looking all heroic), we saw Dorne, Dany, dragons, Diana Rigg, divergence from the books, dastardly politics, dangerous weapons and more.
Not to mention the host of new characters, from the Sand Snakes to Areo Hotah and his nasty looking longaxe, and the voice of the High Septon, Jonathan Pryce. Watch the trailer in full here, »
Should New Girl‘s über-crafty Jess start knitting a pair of baby booties?
Following recent news that star Zooey Deschanel and fiancé Jacob Pechenik are expecting their first child this summer, sources confirm to TVLine that the Fox comedy will not write the pregnancy into the series’ storyline.
Deschanel is the second Fox actress — and member of her family — who’ll receive a visit from the stork this year. Her sister (and Bones lead) Emily Deschanel is expecting her second child; that pregnancy, like her first, will be written into the show.
New Girl fans: Would you have liked to see a pregnant Jess? »
Featuring narration from The Craft's Fairuza Balk (and with clips of Robin Tunney, Devon Sawa and co), it made us feel a sudden pang of nostalgia and sent us on our own trip down memory lane to find out where they - and the rest of the '90s teen movie crew - are now.
So, here are 11 stars from some of our favourite '90s teen movies, and what they've gone on to do since:
He went on to play teenage prophet of doom Alex Browning in Final Destination (2000), and appeared as similarly unstable Stan in Eminem's controversial music »
How is Once Upon a Time turning the tables? Will a Grey’s Anatomy secret keep? How will Sweets return on Bones? Who’s in a “bad place” on The Following? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Is there any chance for Captain Swan scoop from Once Upon a Time? I miss them dearly! –Sarah
Series cocreator Adam Horowitz tells me that when Season 4B arrives on March 1, “The tables are turned” for the Storybrooke lovebirds when “Hook, after having Emma return his heart, will now have to fight to protect Emma’s heart. »
This review is based on the first four episodes of season one, which were provided to us by Fox.
Fox’s new police procedural Backstrom is one of the least fresh-feeling dramas that the network has premiered in some time. It continues Fox’s time-honored tradition of building shows around a toxic genius character, as abrasive and irritable as he is brilliant (from House to Lie to Me to recently failed Rake, it seems that Fox has an anti-hero complex). Backstrom also shares showrunner DNA with long-running detective show Bones and its one-and-done spinoff The Finder. And even its setting, perpetually rainy Portland, has been in use by another network’s crime procedural for years (NBC’s Grimm).
The only compliment that could be easily directed at Backstrom is that it appears built to last. That showrunner, Hart Hanson, works fast to establish a sturdy (if painfully familiar) formula, blending »
- Isaac Feldberg
“I don’t see the worst in everyone. I see the everyone in everyone.”
For Detective Lt. Everett Backstrom, that’s all the justification he needs to act the way he does — that is, crass, blunt and totally rude.
In Fox’s new cop drama — created by Bones‘ Hart Hanson and based on a set of novels by Swedish criminologist Leif G.W. Persson — The Office‘s Rainn Wilson stars as the titular detective, who is admittedly excellent at his job.
He’s just not so great at the “people skills” thing.
“I’ve been acting too long to care about whether people are going to like it or not,” the Fox actor tells TheWrap
When Fox’s “Backstrom” debuts on Thursday, all eyes will be on its titular lead Rainn Wilson, who plays a highly offensive yet equally effective police detective. “The Office” star feels pressure starring on a show which may well succeed or fail depending on how well audiences receive him, but isn’t preoccupied with trying to please the masses.
“I’ve been acting too long to care about whether people are going to like it or not, »
- Travis Reilly and Tony Maglio
Imitation is the sincerest form of television, and the biggest hits will be imitated over and over and over again — sometime well after they've gone off the air. "House" was one of the defining hits of the last decade on Fox, and it inspired clones in various traditional TV fields, with lawyers (James Woods in "Shark"), and even other doctors (Stanley Tucci in "3 Lbs") playing the part of the misanthropic, sarcastic rule-breaker who's too good at the job to fire. Fox's "Bones" has never exactly been a "House" clone — Temperance insults people not because she's a jerk, but because (it's implied) she has Asperger's — but it debuted in the wake of "House" and was tagged early on as "House, FBI." Now, though, longtime "Bones" showrunner Hart Hanson has a new series — "Backstrom," which debuts tonight at 9 on Fox — that's impossible to view as anything but "House, P.D.," even though »
- Alan Sepinwall
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