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Here’s a case for the CSIs: Can a new private investigator — played by Mark Valley — get the drop on Finlay’s heart?
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Though the two don’t get along swimmingly from the start, they do feel a strong attraction.
CSI returns Sunday, »
Mark Valley is going to Vegas: The ruggedly handsome TV actor is joining CBS’ CSI.
The Fringe and Human Target actor has signed on for a recurring role this fall as a former detective who now works as a private investigator. When Valley’s partner goes missing, he teams with Finlay (Elisabeth Shue) to try and solve the case. We’re told “while their relationship may be a bit prickly, the attraction between them is undeniable.”
- James Hibberd
Jenji Kohan’s television adaptation of Piper Kerman’s memoir ‘Orange Is The New Black: My Year In A Women’s Prison’ is something of a phenomenon – and with good reason. Packed with great writing, fearless performances and brilliant direction, the Netflix Original Series burst onto the streaming channel with 13 episodes on July 11 2013, and became an instant hit. A second season of 13 episodes arrived on June 6 2014 and was similarly well-received – bolstered by the announcement of no fewer than 12 Primetime Emmy Award nominations. Season 3 of Orange Is The New Black has been commissioned, and Fringe fan favourite Blair Brown will join the cast.
The details of Brown’s character are not yet known, but the intimidating abilities of both the actress, and the show’s writers, make for an exciting combination. Throughout her career, Brown has accumulated many high profile awards nominations of her own in both film and television, »
- Sarah Myles
Some new casting news has come in for the hit Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, which recently launched its second season and garnered quite a few Emmy nominations.
According to The Wrap, Pablo Schreiber, who plays George Mendez, a.k.a. “Pornstache,” won’t be back for season three, due to his new role in the HBO comedy series The Brink, which stars Jack Black and Tim Robbins.
In addition to Schreiber’s exit, we also have word that Fringe alum Blair Brown has joined the show, in an unspecified role. Her role as Nina Sharp on Fringe‘s five seasons makes me think she’d be able to give Orange Is the New Black‘s Red (Kate Mulgrew) a run for her money, but I guess we’ll just have to sit back and wait for official confirmation before knowing for sure.
- James Garcia
Two new actors are joining Once Upon a Time in roles from Frozen: John Rhys-Davies, a.k.a. Lord of the Rings' Gimli, will voice Pabbie the Troll King, while Shameless actor Tyler Jacob Moore will play the devious Prince Hans. They join Fringe's Georgina Haig as Queen Elsa, newcomer Elizabeth Lail as Anna, and Greek's Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff. Sadly, still no Olaf. Let it go, everybody. »
- Anna Silman
(Cbr) There is nothing sleepy about the first look at Fox "Sleepy Hollow" Season 2. Entertainment Weekly has the first clip from upcoming season, an ominous tease of what lies ahead for Ichabod Crane and Abbie Mills. Let’s just say that having John Noble for a son is not good for business; as bad as he was as a father on "Fringe," he’s even worse as an offspring on "Sleepy Hollow." Crane is destined for a reckoning when Season 2 begins in the fall, but for now, you can see what lies ahead in the video below: "Sleepy Hollow" returns on Sept. 22. »
- Josh Wigler, Comic Book Resources
Prince Hans and Paddie the troll are the latest “Frozen” characters heading for Storybrooke. “Once Upon a Time” c0-creator and producer Adam Horowitz tweeted about actors Tyler Jacob Moore and John Rhys-Davies joining the Season 4 cast. Moore's villainous Prince Hans and the Rhys-Davies-voiced troll Paddie join the previously cast Georgina Haig as Elsa, Elizabeth Lail as Anna and Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff, bringing a total of five “Frozen” characters to life on the ABC fairy tale drama. Also read: ‘Once Upon a Time’ Casts ‘Fringe’ Alum Georgina Haig as ‘Frozen's’ Elsa “Once Upon a Time” concluded its third season with a tease. »
- Linda Ge
Known for his work in the “Lord of the Rings” and “Indiana Jones” franchises, John Rhys-Davies will provide the voice of rock troll Pabbie, executive producer Adam Horowitz announced via Twitter on Monday.
We're thrilled to welcome John Rhys-Davies to the #OnceUponATime family as the voice of everyone's favorite rock troll — Pabbie! #ThisFall!—
Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) July 28, 2014
Davies’ TV credits include “Legend of the Seeker, »
- Shelli Weinstein
Once Upon a Time has added a familiar face — and a very familiar voice — to its Season 4 riff on Frozen.
The recurring character — who will first appear in Episode 3 — is described as “a well-bred prince with a serious chip on his shoulder,” a young man who burns to be king. (Mild spoiler alert for Frozen ahead!) Refined and well-spoken on the outside, Hans has a mean streak a mile wide and will do anything to claim the power and respect he thinks he deserves. »
Brown will appear on the upcoming third season of Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black, TVGuide.com reports, though her top-secret role is being kept tightly under wraps for now.
Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…
“Orange Is the New Black” is adding a “Fringe” element to its upcoming season. The Netflix series has added Blair Brown to its cast for Season 3, a Netflix spokesperson told TheWrap on Monday. Further details about the character that Brown — who played Nina Sharp on Fox's J.J. Abrams series “Fringe” — will portray on “Orange Is the New Black” were not available. Brown joins a cast that will include new recruit Mary Steenburgen. »
- Tim Kenneally
Orange Is the New Black is getting a dose of Fringe for season three. E! News has confirmed Fringe veteran Blair Brown will appear in season three of the Netflix dramedy. Additional details about her role are being kept under wraps. TV Guide was first to report her casting. Brown played Nina Sharp on Fringe for five seasons. Her other TV credits include Political Animals, Falling Skies and Law & Order: Svu. Brown joins confirmed guest star Mary Steenburgen. Steenburgen is likely playing Pornstache's (Pablo Schreiber) mother. But we won't be seeing Schreiber or that glorious facial hair this season. "I'm not taking part in the third season," he told The New York Post. "I'm a »
Is Once Upon a Time‘s Evil Queen back with a vengeance?
A sneak peek at the ABC drama’s Season 4 premiere, screened at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday, suggested as much, as Regina sought out a familiar frenemy.
“I need my mirror,” she declares, visiting Giancarlo Esposito’s entrapped adviser. “There’s someone standing in the way of my happiness. I need your help getting rid of them.”
Video Once Upon a Time Stars Preview ‘Passion,’ a ‘Complicated’ Triangle, Hook’s New Look, Cool Frozen Twists
Is Regina’s heartbreak, brought on by the return of Robin Hood’s “dead” wife Marian, »
Disney's animated "Frozen" movie grossed over $1 billion at the worldwide box office, becoming the fifth highest-earning film of all time and the biggest animated movie of all time. The studio already said that "Frozen" is now one of its biggest properties and is now working on a strategy that will keep the franchise going for many years to come. Part of that strategy is to include the characters in ABC's "Once Upon a Time" TV series. Today we have a look at Georgina Haig ("Fringe") as Elsa on the show. Princess Anna and Kristoff have already been cast, and producers are still looking for an actor play Prince Hans. "Once Upon a Time" return to television on September 28th. Check out the photo below. Photo: (click to enlarge) »
(Cbr) Time has debuted the first official photo of "Fringe" alum Georgina Haig as Elsa on ABC’s "Once Upon a Time." The clever crossover — Disney, which released the animated blockbuster "Frozen," also owns ABC — was first teased in the Season 3 finale of of the fairy-tale drama, which quickly cast the roles of Queen Elsa, Princess Anna and Kristoff for the storyline. Producers are still looking for someone to play Prince Hans. "Once Upon a Time" returns Sept. 28 on ABC. The first two episodes of the fourth season are titled “A Tale of Two Sisters” and “White Out.” [You can see the image at the top of this story.] »
- TJ Dietsch, Comic Book Resources
The CW will be presenting their hit series "Arrow" at the San Diego Comic-Con at 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time and you can follow along below! Arrow series stars Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, David Ramsey, Emily Bett Rickards, Colton Haynes, Willa Holland, Paul Blackthorne, and John Barrowman -- with executive producers Greg Berlanti ("The Flash"), Marc Guggenheim (Green Lantern), and Andrew Kreisberg ("Fringe") -- will take aim at San Diego with a special video presentation and panel discussion previewing the show's upcoming and highly anticipated third season. »
If you’re a channel surfer (or have kids), you may have stumbled upon ABC’s Once Upon a Time, the network’s small-screen adaptation of fairy-tale canon. Various characters from famous fables are brought to life in the series, transported to a real-world scenario that’s set in a seaside town called Storybrooke (aw, precious). The fairy-tale icons are robbed of their memories by a powerful curse. Given the popularity of Disney’s Frozen, it was only a matter of time before the film’s heroine showed up as a regular on Once Upon a Time. During the season-three finale, Elsa was introduced in the final moments of the episode (watch the scene, below). Georgina Haig (Fringe) will play the Snow Queen, who winds up in Storybrooke after...
- Alison Nastasi
It was teased at the end of season three of Once Upon a Time that Elsa from Frozen would become a recurring character in the fourth season. It was quickly confirmed and now we have our first look at her, played by Georgina Haig (Fringe), courtesy of Time…
Also joining Haig are Elizabeth Lail (Model Airplane) as Anna and Scott Michael Foster (Halt and Catch Fire) who will play Kristoff. Once Upon a Time season four will premiere on September 28th on ABC.
The post First image of Frozen’s Elsa in Once Upon a Time appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Luke Owen
Time Magazine has debuted the first official image of Frozen's Elsa in Once Upon A Time's fourth season (the speediest film-to-tv crossover since Nick Fury turned up on Bargain Hunters that time).
Played by Fringe's Etta - Georgina Haig - the Once incarnation of Frozen's Elsa is sticking closely to the original by the looks of this image. The dress, the braid, the 'don't mess with me' facial expression... we already saw a glimpse of her Captain Cold powers in the season three finale.
Standing next to Haig's Elsa is Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff, and not seen here is Elizabeth Lail as younger sister Anna, all three of whom are joining the fairytale drama's new season.
Once Upon A Time season four starts »
A fourth character from filmdom’s Frozen will pop up on ABC’s Once Upon a Time this season.
Related Once Upon a Time Mystery: Who Is Elizabeth Mitchell Playing…?
Previously, the fairy tale-infused drama cast Georgina Haig (Fringe), Elizabeth Lail and Scott Michael Foster (Greek) as Queen Elsa, Anna and Kristoff, all in recurring roles. Now, TVLine has learned that in the third episode of Season 4 (premiering Sept. 28), we will also meet the TV series’ take on Anna’s onetime suitor, Hans.
In his mid-20s, Hans is described as “a well-bred prince with a serious chip on his shoulder, »
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