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Fionnula Flanagan, who starred opposite Nicole Kidman in the 2001 film “The Others,” has been cast in Amazon Studios’ “Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street.’ Also read: Clive Barker to Rewrite ‘Zombies vs. Gladiators’ for Amazon Studios “Partners” alum Sloane Morgan Siegel has also been cast in the title role of Gortimer Gibbon. Drew Justice (“The Little Rascals Save the Day”), Ashley Boettcher (“Aliens in the Attic”) and “Saving Grace” alum Robyn Lively are also among the principal cast. Luke Matheny, who won an Oscar for his 2010 short film “God of Love,” is directing the pilot. The live-action children’s pilot, »
- Tim Kenneally
Blu-ray Release Date: Nov. 5, 2013
Price: Blu-ray $119.97
All eight seasons of Showtime’s much loved TV series are together in Weeds: The Complete Collection.
Over the course of the series, Nancy learns the business, protects her children (It’s Complicated‘s Hunter Parrish and How to Eat Fried Worms‘ Alexander Gould), deals with nosy neighbors (Must Love Dogs‘ Elizabeth Perkins and Aliens in the Attic‘s Kevin Nealon) and a demanding brother-in-law (Justin Kirk, Vamps), almost marries a DEA agent and runs from the drug cartel and the FBI.
The Golden Globe-winning show (for star Parker’s Best Performance in 2009) is rated Ma for mature and garnered lots of fans, especially in its early years.
The Weeds: The Complete Collection Blu-ray box »
Doris Roberts is happy to get back to fighting crime, at least on television.
An assistant to Pierce Brosnan's "Remington Steele" as Mildred before playing mom to Ray Romano on "Everybody Loves Raymond," the five-time Emmy winner teams with several other familiar TV faces -- Tim Conway ("The Carol Burnett Show"), Marion Ross ("Happy Days"), Ron Glass ("Barney Miller") and Paul Dooley ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") -- in Monday's (Aug. 5) new episode of TNT's "Major Crimes."
The veteran actors collectively play former cast and crew members of a fictional 1970s show called "Prognosis: Homicide," and they now live in an apartment complex where another resident has died suspiciously. Capt. Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell) and her team seek the group's assistance in determining what happened.
Roberts' character was the hairstylist on the show-within-the-show ("an outspoken one ... what else would you expect from me?"), and the actress tells Zap2it the "Major Crimes" guest gathering is "incredible, »
Barry Josephson, producer of Enchanted and Aliens in the Attic, will produce Stan Lee's Chinese superhero movie The Annihilator. The movie is about a Chinese expatriot who makes a deal with the Chinese goverment: rather than go to jail, he'll sign up to be genetically altered for their supersoldier program. Josephson has serious kid cred as a producer, but he's also been behind one of TV's most unusual superheroes: he was the exec producer of "The Tick."
Dan Gilroy (Real Steel, The Bourne Legacy) wrote the script. The movie is being made by Magic Storm Entertainment, a compay created to make superheroes for the Asian marketplace. China's National Film Capital is helping finance the movie.
Source: Variety »
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4 items from 2013
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