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Rabbit Hole UK Trailer

23 December 2010 4:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Metrodome have released the official UK trailer for upcoming drama film Rabbit Hole.

Directed by John Cameron Mitchell (Shortbus), Rabbit Hole stars Nicole Kidman (Australia), Aaron Eckhart (Thank You For Smoking), Sandra Oh (Sideways), Dianne Wiest (Synecdoche, New York), Miles Teller (The Unusuals) and Tammy Blanchard (The Good Shepherd).

The film will be released in the UK on February 4, 2011 and has already received several award nominations, in particular for Kidman’s affecting performance as Becca Corbett.

Rabbit Hole is a vivid, hopeful, honest and unexpectedly witty portrait of a family searching for what remains possible in the most impossible of all situations. Becca and Howie Corbett (Kidman and Eckhart) are returning to their everyday existence in the wake of a shocking, sudden loss. Just eight months ago, they were a happy suburban family with everything they wanted. Now, they are caught in a maze of memory, longing, guilt, recrimination, sarcasm »

- Jamie Neish

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Castings: TBS Assembles 'Wedding Band' & MTV's 'Inbetweeners' Finds Female Lead

17 December 2010 11:55 AM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Beverly Hills, 90210 alum Brian Austin Green and Lost's Harold Perrineau will lead the cast of TBS' hourlong comedy pilot The Wedding Band, while, Alex Frnka (Lifetime's Unanswered Prayers) has landed the female lead in MTV's half-hour pilot The Inbetweeners. Peter Cambor (NCIS: Los Angeles) and Derek Miller (Secret Girlfriend) have also been cast in The Wedding Band, from FremantleMedia and Tollin Prods., which follows a group of guys who try to escape the stress and craziness of their lives by performing in a wedding band. The band, which will stop at nothing to make every wedding, birthday or bar mitzvah a concert to remember, is anchored by 2 lifelong best friends – one a perennial bachelor (Green) and the other a married father of two (Cambor). Josh Lobis and Darin Moiselle penned the script and are exec producing. Bryan Gordon will direct and co-exec produce. Green currently recurs on ABC's Desperate Housewives »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Amber Tamblyn on Playing House with Hugh Laurie, Complex Roles and Her Favorite 'Crazy Girl' Film Moment

29 November 2010 11:00 AM, PST | Movieline | See recent Movieline news »

In the last year, Amber Tamblyn has turned over her detective badge from ABC's under-appreciated The Unusuals, inserted a welcome dose of estrogen into Danny Boyle's limb-sawing film 127 Hours, co-starred with her boyfriend David Cross in the IFC series The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret and released a book of poetry. As if that weren't enough, the Santa Monica-born actress is also practicing medicine on House, the Fox series where Tamblyn has declared residency for a 13-episode arc. »

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Amber Tamblyn Joins House Interview

8 November 2010 8:16 AM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

As you probably already know, Amber Tamblyn is joining House, and she was recently available for a Q & A interview. Her role is an interesting in the grand scheme of the show, and probably comes at a good time, as the show seems to me to need a bit of a new push.

It’s a great interview, and I for one am looking forward to the new dynamic. Amber had a chance to talk about several aspects of joining the show, as well as a lot of other things she has going.

Amber Tamblyn joins House for a multi-episode arc as Martha Masters, a brilliant but inexperienced third-year medical student whom Cuddy forces House to hire as a female team member in Thirteen’s absence. In the midst of a tight senatorial re-election race, the New Jersey incumbent’s campaign manager mysteriously falls ill with liver failure and temporary paralysis. »

- Marc Eastman

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Amber Tamblyn Interview: Joining “House” and Performing Poetry

4 November 2010 4:22 PM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

HollywoodNews.com: Amber Tamblyn is joining the cast of House for a limited run as a new doctor on the diagnosis team. Meredith M. Masters is a fresh young medical student, so expect a lot of friction with House’s veteran unorthodox methods. The TV and film legend discussed her role on House with the media in a conference call, as well as her poetry projects and personal reflections on her time in the industry. House airs Monday nights on Fox.

Q: What sort of medical research did you do to join the cast of House?

At: I didn’t do any medical research. I did episode by episode research. If something was involved in small pox, I would look that up. If there was a specific word I didn’t know, which is about 90% of the words, I’d look that up and see what it meant. As far »

- Fred Topel

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Jamie Foxx Sells Mafia Drama to NBC

25 October 2010 6:04 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

NBC has picked up two more projects for development, one of which is a Mafia-inspired drama from Jamie Foxx.The broadcaster has made a deal for Tommy's Little Girl, which centers on a young girl raised in a Mafia family who is hidden away in an orphanage after her family is murdered by a rival crime boss. Now an attorney, she has a double life as an assassin avenging her family's murder as she attempts to locate her last living relative.The project is from writer/executive producer Jorge Zamacona (Oz, The Unusuals) along with executive prodders Foxx and Deon Taylor.The second project is a comedy from Chris Pappas and Mike Bernier (Unhitched) and Scot Armstrong (The Hangover Part II) titled Life Is Good. The logline: A husband and father of two young girls is discovered by the 19-year-old mixed-race son he never knew he had, throwing his mellow suburban family world into chaos. »

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TV Review: ABC’s ‘My Generation’ Wastes Talented Cast on Cliche

23 September 2010 9:28 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – The new ABC dramedy “My Generation” is all concept and no execution. Creator Noah Hawley (the vastly-superior “The Unusuals”) came up with an idea and found a talented cast and the creativity died shortly thereafter. The foundation is a clever and inspired one but the writing staff adds nothing more than cliche to it, piling on characters who feel barely two-dimensional and rarely finding a genuine moment in the lackluster and bloated series premiere.

Television Rating: 1.5/5.0

The show opens with its high-concept set-up. A documentary crew visited a high school in 2000 and found a bunch of cliches like the nerd, the brain, the rich kid, and the rock star. And that’s not this critic diminishing the characters — the doc-within-a-show literally labels them in those broad terms. Of course, the concept is that very few of us are exactly what we were in high school. So, how have these »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Review: ABC's 'My Generation'

22 September 2010 1:01 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Of the three terrible new shows debuting Thursday night, the ABC drama "My Generation" (which airs at 8) is the most disappointing. "$#*! My Dad Says" is a misguided cash-in project that nobody expected to be good, and hopes weren't much higher for "Outsourced." "My Generation," on the other hand, had an interesting creative pedigree and premise. It's based on a Swedish series, and writer Noah Hawley's last show was the flawed but memorable cop show "The Unusuals," and the concept - a film crew that made an unreleased documentary about nine members of an Austin high school Class of 2000 »

- Alan Sepinwall

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CBS picks up New Jersey crime drama script

14 September 2010 7:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The New Jersey TV wave could be coming to broadcast.

CBS has picked up a crime drama project set in Newark.

"Justified" writer-producer Gary Lennon has sold a script to the network that chronicles the first female police chief in the Garden State's troubled city. The character must battle crime and law-enforcement corruption as well as a difficult home life.

If greenlighted to series, the drama would bring Jersey to broadcast at a time when shows set in the state are proliferating on cable.

CBS Television Studios is producing the project. Lennon and fellow "Justified" vets Carl Beverly and Sarah Timberman are executive producing.

In addition to writing on FX's breakout freshman drama, Lennon also has worked on ABC's "The Unusuals" and FX's "The Shield."

CAA brokered the deal. »

- By James Hibberd

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Recap – Lie To Me 2.22: “Black and White”

14 September 2010 12:01 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

As we close the second season of Lie To Me, Cal Lightman is having a very bad day. First he discovers Emily and Rick are a little more than friends, and then he finds a friend of his own – old journalist pal Julie – has been murdered in a hotel room where she was meeting with a source investigating a high-profile councilman.

Smartly, Cal doesn’t poke around, just waits for the cops to arrive (preserving evidence on TV? what’s that?). However, he doesn’t get the cops, but the FBI. Ben turns up, along with his boss, played by Conor O’Farrell (who will always be the child molester from the “Suspect” episode of Without A Trace to me, unfortunately). The two FBI agents allow Cal to sit in on their interview of the congressman, played by another perpetual guest star, Brian Goodman (Day Break, Leverage, Lost, Criminal Minds »

- Brittany Frederick

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Ross McCall and Adam Goldberg to Guest Star on White Collar

19 August 2010 1:06 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Ross McCall is set to reprise his role on White Collar.

The actor, who first appeared as Keller in the episode "Bottlenecked," will show up again in a future installment, as the character looks to avoid a stint in a maximum-security prison.

As reported by Fancast, Keller will receive an assist from a fellow criminal played by veteran actor Adam Goldberg. On the small screen, he's most recently been seen on Numb3rs, The Unusuals and Entourage. Many viewers might know him best from his role in Saving Private Ryan.

It's unclear when this episode will air, but it will be titled "Payback."

White Collar will go on a fall hiatus in a few weeks and return in January 2011 with new installments. »

- matt@iscribelimited.com (M.L. House)

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Corey Stoll and Terrance Howard Cast on Law & Order: Los Angeles

30 July 2010 11:36 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Corey Stoll will be a series regular on Law & Order: Los Angeles.

The actor, most recently seen on The Unusuals and The Good Wife, will portray one of the lead detectives on the new drama. He'll be partnered with Skeet Ulrich.

Alfred Molina has also been signed to the drama, and it was announced yesterday that Jim Beaver would guest star on the September 22 premiere.

** Update: Terrance Howard has also been cast on the show. He'll play a deputy District Attorney. »

- matt@iscribelimited.com (M.L. House)

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Troubled water for CBS's 'The Bridge,' Nicole Richie stages 'Chuck' return

22 July 2010 10:01 AM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

Doctors agree: breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

Monique Curnen ("The Unusuals") heads to "Lie To Me" next season with a significant recurring role, playing a detective and romantic interest for Tim Roth's Dr. Cal Lightman. [Deadline]

It only took three episodes -- in an extremely unkind Saturday night time slot -- for CBS to cancel Canadian cop import "The Bridge." [NY Mag]

"Chuck" plans to bring back Nicole Richie next season. The actress last played Sarah's high school nemesis, Heather Chandler, two years ago. [EW]

TNT nabbed the TV rights to "Inception" in a deal with Warner Brothers that also secured airing rights to "Sex and the City 2," "Valentine's Day," "Clash of the Titans" and the significantly less successful "Jonah Hex." [The Wrap]

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is everywhere. Next up he offers his voice for an upcoming "Simpsons" gig -- playing himself, natch -- set to air sometime around »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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New Cast Additions On Fox's Series 'Lie To Me' And Syfy's Pilot 'Alphas'

22 July 2010 6:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Monique Curnen has landed a major recurring role on Fox's drama series Lie To Me next season, while Warren Christie is set to co-star opposite David Strathairn in SyFy’s action-adventure 90-minute pilot Alphas, directed by Jack Bender. On Lie To Me, Curren (The Unusuals) will play the attractive Detective Wallowski, a great cop with a street edge and a fast subversive mind who becomes a sexual interest for Dr. Cal Lightman (Tim Roth), and drives a wedge between him and Dr. Gillian Foster (Kelli Williams). Alphas follows a team led by Leigh Rosen (Strathairn) that includes ordinary citizens possessing extraordinary and unusual mental skills who [...] »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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The Good Wife Casting News: Tammy Blanchard, Chris Sarandon, Jacob Pitts

16 July 2010 9:39 AM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

As we digest the major shake-up on the way for The Good Wife next season, the show has announced a trio of casting notes.

First, Emmy winner Tammy Blanchard will recur on the drama as a colleague of Cary's in the state prosecution's office. She'll portray Glen Childs’ underling, described as a “fair-minded assistant state’s attorney who looks more like an indie-band drummer than a lawyer."

Second, Chris Sarandon (The Unusuals, Psych) will play Judge Goode for multiple episodes of the series.

Finally, Jacob Pitts (Justified) will guest star on the show's season premiere. He'll come aboard as the owner of a Wikileaks-type website who faces a murder charge. »

- matt@iscribelimited.com (M.L. House)

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Amy Ryan Returning to The Office, James Tupper Joins Grey’S Anatomy, Tammy Blanchard for The Good Wife & Amber Tamblyn on House M.D.

15 July 2010 10:33 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The casting updates for series returning this fall just keep on coming. First up, it sounds like some big things are in store for Steve Carell’s last season of The Office as Zap2It reports Amy Ryan will reprise her role as Holly Flax, the former lover/co-worker of World’s Greatest Boss Michael Scott. And this isn”t just going to be a measly one-episode guest appearance as Holly will be returning to Scranton for no less than eight episodes. This isn’t entirely surprising since the end of last season saw Michael asking Sabre CEO Jo (Kathy Bates) to bring Holly back to the branch. Things should get pretty interesting since Holly doesn’t seem to be very pleased that she’s returning to Michael’s home court.

Hit the jump for some new additions to the casts of Grey’s Anatomy, The Good Wife and House M.D. »

- Ethan Anderton

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Channel Surfing: Amber Tamblin Checks Into House, Betty White Heads to Community, Dolph Lundgren Vs. Chuck, Luck, and More

15 July 2010 7:19 AM, PDT | Televisionary | See recent Televisionary news »

Welcome to your Thursday morning television briefing. Entertainment Weekly's Michael Ausiello and Andy Patrick are reporting that Amber Tamblyn (The Unusuals) will join the cast of Fox's House while Olivia Wilde is shooting feature film Cowboys and Aliens for Universal. Tamblyn has signed on to appear in a multiple-episode story arc where she will play " a whip-smart med student House (Hugh Laurie) recruits for his diagnostic team — despite the fact that she isn’t yet 100 percent qualified to treat patients" who will "have to find a way to adjust to her new mentor’s unique bedside manner." [Editor: as someone still mourning the loss of ABC's The Unusuals, I'm glad to see Tamblyn heading back to network television.] (Entertainment Weekly's Ausiello Files) Is there anything Betty White can't do? The octogenarian actress, hot off a streak that includes hosting Saturday Night Live, a slew of films, and a new sitcom (Hot in Cleveland) for TV Land, White will guest star on NBC's Community this fall, where she will play June Bauer, »

- Jace

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Amber Tamblyn Moves Into House

14 July 2010 5:30 PM, PDT | Movieline | See recent Movieline news »

Though The Unusuals didn't give her the return to primetime she'd probably hoped for, Amber Tamblyn can bank on her new gig for redemption: The Joan of Arcadia star is joining House as a "whip-smart med student" in its upcoming season. Tamblyn will undoubtedly enjoy relaying this news to her father, who probably still needs a pick-me-up after their cameo together on David Cross's book jacket. [EW] »

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Amber Tamblyn to Scrub in On Multiple House Episodes

14 July 2010 5:08 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Olivia Wilde is out. Amber Tamblyn is in.

At least for part of season seven on House.

With the former actress taking a TV break to film a new movie, Entertainment Weekly confirms the former Joan of Acadia star will step in and appear on multiple episodes of the Fox hit this fall.

Tamblyn will portray a medical school student House takes under his cranky wing.

Tamblyn last appeared on the canceled ABC police series, The Unusuals.

As many House spoilers have already revealed, House and Cuddy will give a real relationship a shot when season seven kicks off on September 20. We can't wait. »

- matt@iscribelimited.com (M.L. House)

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House News Flash – Amber Tamblyn Joining the Team

14 July 2010 3:19 PM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Amber Tamblyn, who previously co-led the ill fated series The Unusuals for ABC, will be joining the Princeton Plainsboro team  on House.  Tamblyn will play a highly competitive med student hired on to House's elite team.  Fox is billing her as having a multi-episode arc, rather than joining the show as part of the permanent cast.  It will be intriguing to see how far this thing will go.  Here is the announcement from Fox.

Amber Tamblyn has signed on to appear in the upcoming season of House for a multi-episode story arc. She will play a brilliant and aggressive medical student whom Dr. House (Hugh Laurie) hires as a new team member although she is technically not yet qualified to practice medicine. Tamblyn’s character will be confronted with the morally and ethically questionable way that House practices medicine.

The seventh season premiere of House airs Monday, Sept. 20 (8:00- »

- Jon Lachonis

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