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Parenthood Sneak Peeks: John Corbett Guest Stars

A new episode of Parenthood will be airing tonight, February 8, on NBC. John Corbett will be making a guest appearance tonight, as Drew's father, Seth.

Below are three sneak peeks and a synopsis.

Haddie Makes A Brave Decision, Crosby And Jasmine Reach A Rough Point In Their Relationship, While Drew Surprises His Mom With Some News

John Corbett Guest Stars

Sarah (Lauren Graham) and Adam (Peter Krause) discuss a situation with Haddie (Sarah Ramos). Meanwhile, Haddie, Amber (Mae Whitman) and Max (Max Burkholder) run into Alex (guest star Michael B. Jordan, “Friday Night Lights”). Crosby (Dax Shepard) and Jasmine (Joy Bryant) meet with her reverend for pre-marital counseling.

Elsewhere, Drew (Miles Heizer) meets his father, Seth (guest star John Corbett, “United States of Tara”), for breakfast. Monica Potter, Erika Christensen, Sam Jaeger, Savannah Paige Rae, Tyree Brown, Bonnie Bedelia and Craig T. Nelson also star.

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Mike B’s The Sanctuary finally gets a release

It’s been on our radar forever and a day, but ‘Ong-Bak’ stuntman Mike B’s (Brave) martial arts action pic The Sanctuary has now finally been given a release date. The film written and directed by Thanapon Maliwan (the helmer of Brave) is shot in English and Thai and features the fighting talents of Gary Daniels (Tekken), Rapeepan Bootthong and Dean Alexandrou (The Protector). The flick opens in Thailand October 8th and you can check out the trailer of teeth loosening, ass whooping action at the link.
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A Proper Trailer For Thanapon Maliwan’s The Sanctuary

[Updated with new poster and much higher quality trailer.]

Thanapon Maliwan’s The Sanctuary is a film that we’ve been tracking here for a good while now. Maliwan rose to attention as one of the directors in the Pechpanna Productions stable, the Thai action outfit where both Panna Rittikrai and Tony Jaa got their starts, Maliwan directing both Jaa and his mentor is at least one early pre-Ong Bak film together. And then there’s star Mike B, a Thai stunt man who was one of the key stunt performers in Ong Bak who Maliwan has been grooming for stardom for a little while.

This particular project began life as Dead End before finance troubles forced it to be suspended for a while and Maliwan and Mike B went off and made inconsistent action-comedy Brave instead. That project out of the way the materials from Dead End were reworked and redeveloped and the project re-launched as The Sanctuary
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