When the casting was announced back in October, all we had to go on the name of the character Lenz will be playing.
According to TV Line, Lenz will be playing the fiancée of Jo Wilson's (Camilla Luddington) husband. Yes, we're talking about Paul (Matthew Morrison).
If you watch Grey's Anatomy online, you will know that Jo has been trying to keep a low profile because she is scared that Paul returns to her life.
However, on Grey's Anatomy Season 14 Episode 8, Jo found herself face-to-face with Paul as he showed up to visit her at the hospital.
There's no telling what he has in store for her, but how will Jo react to the news that he's getting married again? It will likely bring back a lot of bad memories.
Rlj Entertainment is keeping busy on Tuesday with a pair of brutally awesome movies—Joe Lynch’s Mayhem and S. Craig Zahler’s Brawl in Cell Block 99—and for those of you who may have missed it in theaters, the Flatliners remake comes home to both formats as well. Terminator 2: Judgment Day is coming to 4K this week, too, and you can see Wesley Snipes take on aliens in The Recall, to boot.
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Murray will appear in the upcoming final season of The CW’s The Originals (premiere date Tbd), TVLine has learned exclusively, playing Antoinette — a beautiful, “old-school” vampire who meets Elijah shortly after he loses his memories. Her flirtatious, free-spirited nature masks dark secrets about her painful past.
Antoinette will be introduced in the third episode of the season, which is directed by star Joseph Morgan.
In addition to playing Once‘s Black Fairy, Murray’s
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Jessica Jones is back and as deadpan as ever. “If you say with great power comes great responsibility I swear I’ll throw up on you,” says our favorite antihero in a date announcement for Season 2 of “Jessica Jones.” New episodes of the Krysten Ritter-starrer will hit Netflix March 8.
Created by Melissa Rosenberg (“Dexter”), the series centers on Jessica, a former superhero turned hard-drinking detective who’s dealing with Ptsd. The first season of the show saw Jessica confronting Kilgrave (David Tennant, “Doctor Who”), a man capable of controlling minds — including Jessica’s.
While the clip doesn’t reveal much about “Jessica Jones’” sophomore season, a synopsis from Netflix does. Jessica is “beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave. Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper
It began with a lethal formula of black comedy and revenge-killing procedural, but bad twists and incest put Dexter on death row. It had a good run: from its debut in 2006, Showtime’s adaptation of Jeff Lindsay’s Dexter novels expertly marshalled its own absurdities to deliver a confident, darkly funny show like nothing around at the time. It was television’s first serial-killer procedural: a monster of the week format where Dexter assessed, tracked and killed whichever rapist, spree killer or assassin was in his sights. Rooting for the villain was nothing new, of course, but this took fanboying the bad boy to the next level.
Working as a blood-spatter analyst for Miami-Dade police offered Dexter the intel and expertise to carry out his campaign.
Thomas Jane previously offered some details on the story that the film will tell. According to him, the film follows a group of crazy shellshocked war veterans who end up hearing that a Predator ship has landed and they set out on a mission to take them down. You can read the full details of the story here. Then Edward James Olmos explained that the movie would also be filled with humor.
Thanks to an interview with Jake Busey, we now know a couple other new things regarding the movie. While talking with Pop Culture, Busey explains how this movie falls in line with the original, saying:
“This one definitely falls in line with the original franchise in that it does focus on the technology that the Predators have.
And while none of us can be too sure as to what awaits DC’s premier heroes – at least as far as team-up flicks go – some hope has been offered, because Warner Bros. are said to be keen on the Legion of Doom concept. For those unfamiliar, this cabal could be best described as the antithesis of the Justice League, uniting some of the most formidable supervillains around. Basically, if you were witness to the much talked about post-credits scene, you saw the
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My partner and I had just finished watching the first part of Fear The Walking Dead's third season premiere. Despite new characters, a new setting, new peril, and wall-to-wall (not to mention zombie-through-wall) action, by the time the credits rolled she’d made up her mind that this was as far as she'd be following the Clark family and co on their cross-border, walker-stalker, Ex-Mex shenanigans.
“I'm done,” she said. “You’re on your own with this one.”
I didn’t know what to say. We'd been through TV
Batman: Gotham By Gaslight takes place at the turn of the century as America’s continued industrial revolution is to be showcased at a World’s Fair hosted by Gotham City. But while the world prepares to witness the glittery glory of Gotham’s technological advances, there is a killer loose in the city’s darkest shadows. Preying on the city’s women, this killer is as precise as he is cruel. As Police Commissioner James Gordon tries to calm the fears of Gotham’s citizens regarding the butcher called Jack the Ripper, the masked vigilante Batman enacts his own detective
For those who clicked having no clue what this is, think Batman in the time of Jack The Ripper with a bit of a steampunk vibe. You can see the trailer for the feature below, or find the original comics by doing a quick web search! Here's some additional information on the film from the press release:
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight takes place at the turn of the century as America’s continued industrial revolution is to be showcased at a World’s Fair hosted by Gotham City.
I actually really love that concept it definitely sounds like it's going to be an intense action-packed film. But now, thanks to Edward James Olmos, we've learned that the movie will also be filled with humor. While talking to CinemaBlend, the actor had this say:
"Oh, my goodness. That's an interesting story. I haven't seen any of it, but it's gonna be funny. The kids in the thing. Yeah, the humor. Huge. Huge. I mean I was in shock,
Up until this point, all we've heard is a rumor that the film is partly set in suburbia, which could be true, judging by the poster that was released. We also know that the movie will continue with the continuity of the first two Predator films and follow a group of soldiers who would face off with the predator, so it's not a full-on reboot. We also know that the movie will be rated R.
As far as the new story details that we've learned, this is what Jane had to say in an interview with Shadow Nation:
On the heels of Martin Henderson’s out-of-nowhere departure as Nathan, the ABC drama has recruited One Tree Hill grad Bethany Joy Lenz to join the Season 14 cast in a recurring role, TVLine has confirmed. All that is known about the actress’ character is her name: Jenny.
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THR.com first broke the news of Lenz’ casting.
Lenz and Grey’s creator Shonda Rhimes’ paths (very briefly) crossed three years ago when Lenz was tapped to star in the original pilot for The Catch.
The Manhunt: Unabomber and Dexter producer has signed a first-look deal at the independent TV studio, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Through the pact, Goldwyn will develop and produce scripted TV projects for networks as well as streaming platforms through his John Goldwyn productions banner. Goldwyn will also remain attached to all future potential seasons of anthology Manhunt, which hailed from Lionsgate and aired on Discovery.
"John Goldwyn is a singular creative force in both television and film, and he is doing an incredible job leading the creative team on the Manhunt: Unabomber series...
The fledgling Paramount Players division has hired writer-director Nick Stoller to work on the script for a live-action “Dora the Explorer” movie.
Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes partners Andrew Form and Brad Fuller are producing the movie, which has been in the works since 2015.
Details are under wraps beyond the movie centering on Dora as a teenager. The animated “Dora the Explorer” television series ran on Nickelodeon from 2000-2014 with 172 episodes aired following a young Latina girl who went on adventures around the world.
Platinum Dunes has a first-look deal with Paramount. Stoller’s writing credits include “Get Him to the Greek,” “Neighbors,” the Muppet movie reboots,
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