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Castle makes a groovy return tonight when Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) take on a quirky case involving the newly discovered body of a missing mobster who was murdered in 1978. "A key witness in the investigation is stuck mentally in the '70s," Katic says, "so in order to find out vital information, we have to reenact the era."
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- Shawna Malcom
64 ladies. Six rounds of competition. One winner. Girl on Top 214 is officially underway, y'all! Our annual tournament to find TV's top leading lady kicks off its first round of competition today and judging from the wide range of nominations submitted by you, our dear readers, this year's tourney is going to be the toughest yet! Several newbies are making their Girl on Top debuts, including Orphan Black's Tatiana Maslany, Sleepy Hollow's Nicole Beharie and The Blacklist's Megan Boone, while perennial fan favorites such as Mariska Hargitay from Law & Order: Svu and Stana Katic from Castle also found themselves back in the competition, as well as last year's finalists, Lost »
Syfy has renewed Face Off for a seventh season. The upcoming season will have a “Life and Death” theme and introduce a new judge.
Denis O’Hare gave Vulture a teaser about his character in the upcoming season of American Horror Story. It turns out he’ll be a major rival to Jessica Lange‘s character, “We’ll have lots of scenes with each other, but we’ll be battling.” He’ll also be appearing in more episodes than last season.
Denis O’Hare with Greg Kinnear
ABC Family is getting back into the supernatural with a new pilot about a woman who solves murders by pulling memories from the dead.
- Lyle Masaki
Castle gets groovy with a 70's themed episode on Monday, April 21. The installment, appropriately titled "That '70s Show," will give fans the chance to see their favorite characters dress, walk, talk and, yes, even dance like it was 1977. BuddyTV spoke exclusively with star Seamus Dever about Ryan's journey into a super cool 70's dude, including how many people didn't recognize him on set in his full costume and wig, why Ryan embraced the 70's, how tight the costumes were and much more. »
Castle’s Seamus Dever gives us the dish on the groovy 70s themed episode coming up this Monday. It’s a hilarious, laugh out loud fun-fest with great twists and turns. A body shows up at a construction site and it becomes clear that this was a mob hit finally coming to the light. But the lead [&hellip
- Constance Gibbs
EW had your first look at Castle’s ’70s themed episode last week, but wouldn’t you rather see a clip?
In this exclusive sneak peek, Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Beckett (Stana Katic) have to play along when their sole witness in a case is seemingly trapped in a ’70s frame of mind — and even Lanie (Tamala Jones) gets into the action.
Her extreme commitment to murder-solving can be seen below. It’s pretty amazing:
Castle‘s blast from the past, titled “That ’70s Show,” airs April 21 at 10 p.m. Et on ABC. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
The second half of "Teen Wolf" Season 3 brought a lot of changes to the series, and if you're ready to relive them - or are behind and want to catch up - mark your calendars for June 17th, when it arrives on DVD from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. Here are the details.
As an added incentive, fans who purchase the Season 3 Part 2 DVD will enjoy a gift-with-purchase Fan Art Collection booklet, which includes 19 illustrious, fan-produced art pieces inspired by "Teen Wolf "characters and Season 3 Part 2 events.
This booklet is available for a limited time only and includes a foreword by creator and executive producer Jeff Davis.
"Teen Wolf" Season 3 Part 2 Synopsis:
While Scott struggles to find his place as an Alpha, he, Allison, and Stiles begin to experience strange side effects as a result of re-igniting the power within Beacon Hills. They soon discover that the answer to their »
- Debi Moore
Resonance Productions and Leonian Pictures are producing. Eichenberger is directing from Jill Remensnyder’s script about an unemployed college dropout on the verge of divorce who finds herself at her childhood home while her family grieves the death of her father.
IFC opened “Alien Abduction” a week ago. Clare’s credits include “The Kitchen,” “Suburgatory” and “Castle” along with being a regular on “Days of Our Lives.” She also stars in the online zombie series “Acting Dead.”
Clare is repped by Aka and Corner Booth Entertainment.
- Dave McNary
Canadian country music singer and actress MacKenzie Porter has been cast as a series regular in AMCs Western drama series Hell On Wheels, from Entertainment One, Endemol USA and Nomadic Pictures. Porter, repped by Red Management in Canada and Klwgn Entertainment, will play Naomi, Cullen Bohannon’s (Anson Mount) wife and mother of his child who is torn between the restrictive Mormon way of life (all she’s ever known), and the exotic adventure promised by life with her gentile husband outside the Mormon fort. Principal photography on the series’ fourth season begins later this month in Calgary. Porter was last seen in the features Tom, Dick & Harriet and Killer Among Us. Salli Richardson-Whitfield (I Am A Legend) has signed on to recur on Bet’s Being Mary Jane, which stars Gabrielle Union as a successful TV news anchor. Richardson-Whitfield, repped by Innovative and Frontline, will appear in at least »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Having worked with writer-director James Gunn on his debut feature, Slither, talk has long been circulating about wanting a reunion between Gunn and the beloved Nathan Fillion on Guardians of the Galaxy, and it looks like everyone’s hopes might well be coming true.
Over the weekend, St. Louis’ Wizard World Comic-Con held a Firefly panel featuring Fillion alongside co-stars Adam Baldwin and Alan Tudyk, and when asked the question about whether he wanted a part in Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy, the actor responded with a brilliant tease, intimating that he in fact did get a part.
“Wanting to get a part… Or maybe… did. I’m just saying maybe. Maybe you’ll be surprised. Maybe. Check the credits.”
- Kenji Lloyd
Feature Alex Westthorp 9 Apr 2014 - 07:00
Like their fellow Time Lord actors, William Hartnell and Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton and Tom Baker also shared certain genres of film. Both appeared, before and after their time as the Doctor, in horror movies and both worked on Ray Harryhausen Sinbad films.
Patrick George Troughton was born in Mill Hill, London on March 25th 1920. He made his film debut aged 28 in the 1948 B-Movie The Escape. Troughton's was a very minor role. Among the better known cast was William Hartnell, though even Hartnell's role was small and the two didn't share any scenes together. From the late Forties, Troughton found more success on the small screen, »
Several updates today on Marvel's upcoming "Guardians of the Galaxy" movie starting with a new behind-the-scenes image from currently filming reshoots on the project.
Meanwhile, "Castle" star Nathan Fillion appeared at the Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con this past weekend. As Fillion worked with Gunn on "Slither," a fan asked the actor had hoped to get a part in 'Guardians'.
Fillion responded: "Wanting to get a part? Or maybe did. I'm just saying maybe... maybe there'll be a surprise... maybe check the credits of the movie when you watch it."
As if that wasn't enough, Gunn tweeted a response to the quote, saying: "There is a cat running around my office let out of his respective bag. I have a feeling @NathanFillion has been in here."
Finally, the »
- Garth Franklin
During an appearance at Wizard World Comic-Con in St. Louis over the weekend, Nathan Fillion teased that he may have a role in this summer's Guardians of the Galaxy. While this is the first we're hearing about his appearance, it shouldn't come as too big a surprise, since he starred in both of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn's previous features (Slither and Super) and worked with Marvel's Joss Whedon on the cult classic TV series Firefly. Take a look at the video below where, at the 38:30 mark, Nathan Fillion makes his surprise revelation, when asked by a fan if he wanted to get a part in Guardians of the Galaxy. Is it at all possible that he will appear for just a brief second as that other intergalactic 'Star-Lord' Captain Mal Reynolds? Anything is possible...
"Wanting to get a part... or maybe did. I'm just saying maybe. »
Writers: David Benioff, D. B Wiess.
Directors: David Benioff, D. B Wiess.
And breathe. After a year away Game Of Thrones is finally back on our TV screens. After last years Red Wedding debacle we at Thn decided that this show should not be watched without a support network, so this year we will be here to hold your hand through the fourth series of the show.
Before you read any further please be aware that the following contains a detailed commentary on the plot. Do Not read this if you have yet to see the episode! »
- Kat Smith
Having worked frequently with and become good friends of both Joss Whedon and James Gunn, Nathan Fillion has been longtime rumored, or favored, for a role in Marvel Studios' ever-growing cinematic universe. While the actor has previously declared being tied up with ABC's Castle series and “not being famous enough” as reasons why he has yet to play a Marvel character, Fillion attended the Wizard World Comic-Con over the weekend, where he was asked by a fan if he was wanting a part in this summer's Guardians of the Galaxy. “Wanting to get a part… or maybe did,” Nathan Fillion responded. He then paused before adding, “I’m just saying maybe. Maybe you’ll be surprised. Maybe. Check the credits.” Guardians of the Galaxy recently wrapped reshoots, for which director James Gunn has hinted involving: “Anything we want, but didnt get,...something to make the movie better,...cool cameo idea. »
With Captain America: The Winter Soldier now in theaters, Marvel Studios' next big screen release is the penultimate "Phase Two" entry, Guardians of the Galaxy , written and directed by James Gunn. Since "Firefly" and "Castle" star Nathan Fillion has worked quite a bit with Gunn in the past, one fan asked him during a St. Louis Comic-Con panel whether or he wanted a part in the August 1 release. "[Want] to get a part?" Fillion said with a smirk. "Or maybe did. I'm just saying maybe. Maybe it'll be a surprise. Maybe check the credits of the movie when you watch it." As you can see in the video below (posted to YouTube by fan "Jamie K."), Fillion's tone makes it a pretty solid bet that he'll be appearing in »
Game of Thrones' season four premiere, “Two Swords,” began with a blissful Tywin Lanniser (Charles Dance) melting down Ned Stark’s greatsword following the success of the Red Wedding. With Rob Stark (Richard Madden) out of the picture, the Lannister’s position in the realm seems more secure than ever to the shrewd Lord, who plans to make matching Valyrian steel swords for his son, Jamie (Nikolaj Costar Waldau), and grandson, Joffrey (Jack Gleeson).
Game of Thrones Recap
When Tywin presents Jamie – who lost his sword hand during his kidnapping – with his sword, he tells him that it has become his duty to return to Casterly Rock for the sake of the family. As a member of the kingsguard, leaving would break his oath, and so he tells his father no. Tywin, not accustomed to being told no, is duly surprised by his son.
Meanwhile, Tywin’s other son »
The perils of polyester are something Nathan Fillion knows well. After spending a week donning synthetic clothing for Castle’s upcoming 70s-themed episode, he says, “Boy oh boy, give me cotton any day.”
“Polyester — not the most forgiving of fabrics,” adds Fillion, seen in these exclusive photos. “It’s hot; it doesn’t really breathe because you’re wearing plastic, essentially.”
Uncomfortable as it may have been, wearing the outfit was worth it to produce this fun hour of murder-solving TV, which finds the team channeling the past to solve a murder. “To see everybody dressed up is kind of fun. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Wedding season is upon us, which means we'll soon start seeing celebrities walking down the aisles for lavish events. One of the most popular types of nuptials among the famous set is the themed wedding, and everyone from David and Victoria Beckham to Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum has given the big day a special spin. We've rounded up some star weddings that will have you swooning - and scratching your head. To see them all, just keep reading. Sean Parker's Lord of the Rings Lovefest Source: Vanity Fair / Christian Oth When Sean Parker, one of the Internet masterminds behind Napster and Facebook, married singer-songwriter Alexandra Lenas in a lavish ceremony in Big Sur, CA, in June 2013, our curiosity was instantly piqued - and once we saw photos of the over-the-top affair, it was clear that we were looking at one of the biggest, craziest, most far-fetched themed weddings we'd ever seen. »
- Brittney Stephens
Trailer Louisa Mellor 3 Apr 2014 - 06:45
Just days from its Us and UK premiere, HBO has released a short trailer for the Game Of Thrones season 4 opener, Two Swords...
In thirty seconds, the trailer below skips through the major components of Two Swords, the Game Of Thrones season four opener.
There's Dany and her army of freed slaves marching on Meereen; Jon Snow fighting his corner at Castle Black; Ygritte, Tormund and new Wildling arrivals, the Thenns; a glimpse at Jamie and Cersei Lannister's reunion; a look at Sansa, Tyrion and Shae; and an exchange between the one-handed swordsman and his Hand of the King father, Tywin. Not to forget Arya and the Hound's stop off for a pint at a local inn, and the introduction of The Red Viper, Prince Oberyn Martell, a man whose arrival in King's Landing makes er, quite an impression.
See the promo below and »
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