Weather Girl (2009)
Dave has launched a competition for one lucky Red Dwarf fan to be an extra in the upcoming 11th series, which finally launches in 2016.
Rt this for a chance for you and a friend to be an extra in #RedDwarf. T&C's apply: http://t.co/UQHSzXLah6 #UKTVLive pic.twitter.com/pea6OaBs6S
— Dave (@Join_Dave) September 8, 2015
By retweeting the above post from Dave, one Dwarfer and their mate could be rubbing shoulders with Lister, Rimmer, Cat and Kryten. Ah, smug mode.
Dave hasn't elaborated on what the extra's scene may entail, so be prepared for anything from having your emotions sucked out by a polymorph or playing a game of 'Pin the Pointy Stick on the Weather Girl'.
Red Dwarf will begin shooting two series back-to-back in the autumn, with
“Lance Henriksen is one of the best character actors working today,” said Weaver. “So excited to have him join this cast of stellar actors in this unique southern film noir.”
Best known for his roles in Aliens and Millennium, Henriksen plays a mobster who pursues an ex-con searching for his missing sister.
Weaver’s previous films include 6 Month Rule (2011) and Weather Girl (2009).
Secret Identity Productions in association with Capital Arts Entertainment produces Cut To The Chase.
Mindy Bledsoe serves as producer with Chris Lyon, Mike Elliott, Joe P Genier and Rob Kerchner.
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Eurovision, the nuttiest night of television every year, is back and this year promises to be an absolute corker.
Eurovision is no fun on your own, so we'll be here all evening live-blogging the best, the worst and the weirdest acts that those crazy Europeans have to offer.
23:30So, it's Austria 2015. Bring. It. On. We're off to tuck into a Curly Wurly cake. We hope you enjoyed the evening. See you next year.
23:29"We Are Unstoppable!" A lovely end to another crazy show from Eurovision as Conchita dedicates her award to everyone who wants peact. It all gets a bit political, but in a nice way. It's truly heartwarming stuff.
23:28But it's not about Molly tonight.
ITV's latest attempt to revive their breakfast schedules and make a dent in the ratings of their fierce rivals at BBC Breakfast comes in the shape of four familiar faces from morning television.
Sky's Sean Fletcher and Charlotte Hawkins, former GMTV host and all round good egg Ben Shephard and the star attraction, who ITV no doubt hope is the jewel in their crown, Susanna Reid.
Poached from the BBC and fresh from a successful run on Strictly Come Dancing, ITV are hoping she's the perfect mix of sharp journalism and warm presenting. Just don't say the words Christine or Bleakley.
Will Good Morning Britain be ITV breakfast's biggest hit since Roland Rat? Or have we got another Daybreak disaster on our hands?
From 6am on Monday (April 28) morning we'll be live-blogging the launch and trying to avoid dropping ketchup from our bacon sandwich on our keyboard.
Now in its third year, "Night of A Thousand Judys" will feature Broadway's Carolee Carmello and Christiane Noll along with Manhattan cabaret stars Justin Vivian Bond and Molly Pope. Also making their "Judy" debut in 2013 are "Glee" Warbler Telly Leung, original Weather Girl Martha Wash and singer Madeleine Peyroux.
Acknowledging that the evening's set will comprise both classic tunes and lesser-known material from the Garland songbook, the participating artists were nonetheless tight-lipped about the specifics of their performances; last year's show featured nods to Garland's seminal 1961 Carnegie Hall concert as well as her starring roles in "Meet Me In St. Louis" and, of course, "The Wizard of Oz." Still, they nonetheless praised Garland as being more than just a stage
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Many still regard them as flatulent waste products of the socially deficient unemployed-layabout community. In most cases, they're pretty much right. But it looks increasingly likely that some of the amateur fan films that pervade YouTube and other online broadcasters will one day be cherished by movie-lovers as the formative works of the next generation of cutting-edge film-makers.
The idea of the fan film – an amateur, not-for-profit work inspired by a commercial movie, TV show or comic book – isn't new. Even before science fiction conventions in the 1970s began to provide sizeable audiences for homemade homages to much-loved sci-fi/fantasy franchises, teenage movie geeks such as Hugh Hefner and Batman fan Andy Warhol were finding their film-making feet making short
That’s the official synopsis for Blayne Weaver’s (Weather Girl) new film 6 Month Rule. Starring Weaver, Jamie Pressly, Scott Foley, Martin Starr, Dave Foley, John Michael Higgins and Vanessa Branch, the movie wrapped about two months ago and they’re aiming to premiere at this year’s Toronto Film Festival. Like the synopsis says, the movie is about a womanizer who enjoys being single and avoiding emotional attachment.
While they haven’t yet released a trailer, we’ve been given 3 “rule” clips to premiere.
He will play Smith, a love interest for Laurie (Busy Phillipps), Jules' (Courteney Cox) ditsy assistant and close friend.
Devlin, who most recently starred in the feature "Weather Girl," is repped by Gersh and Michelle Grant.
“Weather Girl,” which stars Tricia O’Kelley, Patrick J. Adams, Ryan Devlin, Mark Harmon, Kaitlin Olson, Alex Kapp Horner and Blair Underwood, hit U.S. theaters on July 10, 2009. O’Kelley has also starred in TV’s “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “Gilmore Girls,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Emeril” and more. Our exclusive portraits of Tricia O’Kelley can be found below.
“Weather Girl” star and producer Tricia O’Kelley beams a sunny and warm smile for the HollywoodChicago.com lens before the first of her two audience Q&As for her new film.
The popular FX sitcom "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" was born as a low-budget pilot in 2005. The quirky cast of bar patrons who inhabit Paddy's Bar in South Philadelphia impressed network execs enough for a seven episode first season to be ordered, for an August 2005 premiere. Four years and four completed seasons later, the show is still going strong, with the fifth season premiere set for September 17. We got to sit down with "Sunny" star Kaitlin Olson at San Diego Comic-Con last week, who talks about what's next for the show and what she's been doing with her free time.
MTV: What’s going on in the fifth Season of Sunny?
Kaitlin Olson: What’s going on?! There’s so much going on—we tackle the economy this season—we take the economy head on. Charlie starts to market kitten mittens, and we do a lot
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