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Covert Affairs brought season three to a close with two wonderful cliffhangers: Annie and Auggie finally hooked up, but not before she accepted a secret mission from Henry Wilcox. And when season four premieres on July 16, Annie will still be in the throes of both decisions.
Photo - Exclusive First Look at Covert Affairs Season Four
"Annie and Auggie are in a full-fledged relationship when we start the season and it's kind of great," star Christopher Gorham told me at yesterday's USA Upfront event in New York City. "I really love how we're doing it too because I always felt like their relationship played out so realistically over the last three years – they always liked each other but were both in other relationships. Now that they're both single and available and still very attracted to one another, they've come together. The relationship develops in a very natural way out of that."
But the new »
Birthday shoutouts go to Andy Murray (above, being consoled by Goat Roger Federer), who is 26, and Jamie Lynn Sigler is 32. Naked painting of Golden Girls star Bea Arthur could fetch millions at auction James Franco‘s impressions of The Great Gatsby. Jujubee is engaged. Gay Teen still going to buy LeBron James jersey.
Chris Colfer and “Guest” arrive in Soho.
Frank Ocean at the Metropolitan Museum Of Art in NYC
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one »
They are young, good-looking and in the business of hunting bad guys under Southern California’s sunny skies.
USA is very deliberately trying to move a few yards out of its blue-sky comfort zone with its latest original drama. The ensembler toplined by Broadway vet Aaron Tveit and “Rescue Me’s” Daniel Sunjata revolves around a clutch of top law enforcement agents who live in a fancy beach house.
The tone is a little darker than USA’s signature dramas (think “Burn Notice,” “White Collar” and “Suits”), which tend to blend action with a lighter touch of romance or buddy comedy. The characters in “Graceland” are a little less charming than on other USA fare, and most notably, there’s »
- Cynthia Littleton
Based on a true story, it follows an interdisciplinary team of undercover agents battling crime in Southern California while bunking together in a lavish seaside mansion seized from a drug lord (the original was in Manhattan Beach, just south of Lax), nicknamed "Graceland" after its former owner's love of Elvis.
Aaron Tveit ("Les Miserables") stars as newly minted FBI Agent Mike Warren, who is teamed with veteran FBI Agent Paul Briggs (Daniel Sunjata, "Rescue me"). Rounding out the cast are Vanessa Ferlito as FBI Agent Catherine "Charlie" DeMarco; Brandon Jay McLaren as U.S. Customs Agent Dale Jakes; Serinda Swan as DEA Agent Paige Arkin; and Manny Montana as FBI Agent Joe "Johnny" Tuturro.
There was some initial concern about the ambiguity of the title, but based on his previous experience, »
Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Iron Man 3, The Avengers 2 (and 3), Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Justice League, Man of Steel, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Wolverine, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Crow, Arrow, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Superman: Unbound, Lego Batman: The Movie - DC Superheroes Unite, Teen Titans Go!, Robot Chicken DC Comics Special II, Big Hero 6, Avengers Assemble and more...
Marvel's Iron Man 3 continues to dominate at the global box office, with the Shane Black-directed solo sequel having amassed over $800 million by close of play on Friday and is assured of becoming only the third superhero movie to pass $1 billion at the global box office. Having debuted with the second biggest domestic opening of all time, Iron Man 3 is expected to fend off competition »
- Flickering Myth
"Grey's Anatomy's" very vocal Calzona fans -- people who ship the show's married couple Callie (Sara Ramirez) and Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) -- were not pleased last week. (And, yes, that is a huge understatement.) And it doesn't sound like this week will bring them any peace of mind.
With the arrival of Dr. Lauren Boswell, played by "One Tree Hill" alum and "White Collar" star Hilarie Burton, the already-rocky Calzona marriage began to appear even more unstable. And knowing that Burton is returning for this week's penultimate episode of "Grey's Anatomy" Season 9, "Readiness Is All" (Thurs., May 9 at 9 p.m. Et on ABC), and the big superstorm is hitting this week ... well, just don't expect a calm before the storm.
I caught up with Burton -- who is no stranger to the show since she dates and has a son with "Grey's" alum Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who played the »
- Maggie Furlong
Grey's Anatomy guest star Hilarie Burton knows fans are none too pleased with her new doc on the block, Lauren. The White Collar actress who checked in to the ABC medical drama has not been subtle about her attraction (and almost infatuation) with Arizona (Jessica Capshaw), despite warnings from her Grey Sloan counterpart that she's a married woman. "My friends from high school and relatives are shocked, which is fun. I like getting text messages from people I haven't talked to in a while -- they're upset that I'm disrupting things [between Callie and Arizona]," Burton tells The Hollywood Reporter.
- Lesley Goldberg
“You know me. I can’t go anywhere without causing trouble! That’s just how it goes.” In other words, Hilarie Burton is well aware that she’s stirring things up with her Grey’s Anatomy run, which kicked off with a meet-so-cute between cranio-facial whiz Lauren and the very pretty, very married Arizona, and continues Thursday at 9/8c.
Related | May Sweeps/Season Finale Scoopapalooza: More Than 100 Spoilers on Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal and »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Coinciding with yesterday's release of Superman: Unbound, Warner Bros. has debuted a new batch of images, along with one final clip from the latest instalment in the ongoing DC Universe Animated Original Movies series...
Based on the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank 2008 release Superman: Brainiac, Superman: Unbound finds the Man of Steel aptly handling day-to-day crime while helping acclimate Supergirl to Earth’s customs and managing Lois Lane’s expectations for their relationship. Personal issues take a back seat when the horrific force responsible for the destruction of Krypton – Brainiac – begins his descent upon Earth. Brainiac has crossed the universe, collecting cities from interesting planets – including Supergirl’s home city of Kandor – and now the all-knowing, ever-improving android has his sights fixed on Metropolis. Superman must summon all of his physical and intellectual resources to protect his city, the love of his life and his newly-arrived cousin.
Superman: Unbound is out »
- Flickering Myth
The Online Network announced today that Brooke Newton is taking on the role of Colby Chandler, described as the spoiled entitled daughter of patriarch Adam Chandler, and Jason Pendergraft is checking into Pine Valley Hospital as new character Dr. Anders, an all-business physician. Newton’s episodes begin streaming May 16, and Pendergraft’s episodes begin running May 27. Newton’s TV credits include Gary Unmarried, CSI, Glee, How I Met Your Mother, Mad Men, Happy Endings, and Suburgatory. She also has appeared in the feature films Natale a Miami, Real Premonition, Sydney White, Little Fish, Strange Pond, and RoboDoc. She currently stars opposite Rob Lowe in the feature Knife Fight and appears in the films Jake Squared, Hamlet’s Ghost, Jet Set and A Leading Man, all set for summer release. Pendergraft’s TV credits include Law & Order, As the World Turns, CSI: New York, Gossip Girl, Army Wives and White Collar. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
The granddaddy of all film fests and markets, Cannes 2013, kicks off on the 15th, running to the 26th. Rising indie film maven Jennifer Blanc-Biehn is attending the event, and we'll be tracking her progress with the projects she's taking to the show as an actress, producer, and first-time director.
From the Press Release:
Jennifer Blanc-Biehn will be in attendance this year at the 66th Cannes International Film Festival from May 15-21 to support several upcoming projects: her eerie directorial debut, The Night Visitor, Wrong Cops (which just premiered at Sundance), horror/comedy Among Friends, and Treachery, starring her husband, Michael Biehn (it will be for sale in the Cannes Marché du Film by Fairway Films). She and Biehn, under their Blanc/Biehn Productions imprint, currently have seven films in production coming out this year or next.
One of those films officially launching at the fest is Hidden in the Woods, »
- The Woman In Black
Superman is a science fiction story. What else can you say about the sole survivor of a doomed planet coming to live on Earth? As a result, some of the best stories about the Man of Steel have been science fiction in nature so it’s a wonder that it has taken this long before one of his confrontations with fellow alien Brainiac was brought to the screen. The feature films keep reusing Lex Luthor and General Zod, ignoring the computer construct from the distant world of Colu, who has captured specimen cities from countless worlds, including one from Krypton.
Thankfully, the folk at Warner Animation have recognized his incredible potential, first by reimagining him as a closer part of the mythos in their Superman: the Animated Series and now in Superman Unbound. The core story is lifted from Action Comics #866-870 by Geoff Johns and Garry Frank and collected »
- Robert Greenberger
Justice League is now one of the most talked about movies in cinema today, and it is an inevitability. The Avengers was a massive success so without a doubt we know a Justice League movie is going to happen. This film needs to happen, since Batman and Superman now seem to be the only franchises that DC can adapt for the big screen (we won’t mention Batman and Robin) or indeed have any interest in adapting.
What about fan favourites like The Flash? What about the movie Green Lantern deserves but did not receive? Those movies may come later, if a mooted Jla movie is a success, but casting them at this stage is an important step in ensuring an enduring DC movie legacy beyond the two key properties.
- Dean Beirne
Now, showrunner Shonda Rhimes is hinting that "Grey's Anatomy" viewers have reason to worry about Meredith's baby. "She has that fall, and that starts a string of events that is cause for concern," Rhimes told TV Guide. "Then, in the finale, we have the storm hit and the conditions under which Meredith Grey has to go into labor are the exact opposite of any conditions under which anybody ever in the world would want to have to give birth ... It's also a really beautiful story, and I think Ellen did amazing work on it and I'm really excited about it."
Considering how challenging it was for Meredith to get pregnant, it seems only fitting that giving birth would be an equal challenge. »
- Jaimie Etkin
Haven’t gotten enough of the big blue boy scout in animated form yet? Good, cause here’s a new clip from his latest direct-to-dvd original animated adventure, “Superman: Unbound”, along with two interview clips, one featuring “White Collar” star Matt Bomer (as the voice of Superman) and the other with “Castle’s” Stana Katic, voicing the rather odd looking Lois Lane (is it me or does Lois have purple eyes in this movie?). Apparently it’s really tough being the Man of Steel. It’s a good thing he can deflect bullets and fly. That should come in handy when he wants to chill out after a good argument with the missus. Based on the Geoff Johns/Gary Frank 2008 release “Superman: Brainiac,” Superman: Unbound finds the Man of Steel aptly handling day-to-day crime while helping acclimate Supergirl to Earth’s customs and managing Lois Lane’s expectations for their relationship. »
Our weekly round up of the latest stories from the world of screen superheroes, including Iron Man 3, The Avengers 2, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Wolverine, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Man of Steel, Justice League, Wonder Woman, Arrow, Avengers Assemble, Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., Teen Titans Go!, Superman: Unbound and more...
The 2013 superhero season is now officially underway with director Shane Black and star Robert Downey Jr. kicking off Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Iron Man 3 begins to roll out around the world. The threequel arrived in the UK on Thursday, pulling in $36.5 million internally by close of play that day, and appears to be comfortably heading towards an opening weekend in excess of $100 million globally. This »
- Flickering Myth
Jesse St. James is about to cozy up to Tim Riggins.
The upcoming telepic is based on Larry Kramer’s Tony-winning play, which chronicles the rise of the HIV-aids crisis in New York City in the early 1980s.
- Vlada Gelman
One year ago, Friday nights featured the great showdown of three genre shows all airing at 9 p.m.: Supernatural, Fringe, and Grimm. Now, all of those shows can look at their Friday time slot in the rear-view mirror — Fringe because it aired its series finale in January but Supernatural and Grimm because they’ve managed to beat the odds and escape the so-called Friday Night Death Slot.
NBC has moved Grimm to Tuesdays at 10 p.m., where it will replace the canceled dating show Ready for Love. Grimm will air once more on Friday — tomorrow’s episode, “Ring of Fire, »
- Emily Rome
USA Network is showing confidence in its new drama series, "Graceland," from "White Collar" executive producer Jeff Eastin and Fox Television Studios. The cable channel will offer the pilot free via Video on Demand (VOD) from April 29 to May 12 ahead of its official premiere on Thursday, June 6. "With the latest research showing a 40 percent increase in time spent watching TV via VOD, this preview is a key part of our marketing strategy for 'Graceland,'" said USA's executive vice president of marketing and digital, Alexandra Shapiro in a statement. Also »
- Jethro Nededog
After sending Superman fans into a frenzy last week with the third trailer for Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, Warner Bros. has now served up a new clip from the upcoming direct-to-video feature Superman: Unbound featuring Supergirl and Lois Lane (voiced by Castle stars Molly Quinn and Stana Katic), along with four new images from the latest in the ongoing DC Universe Animated Original Movies series...
Superman: Unbound is directed by Warner's new DC supervising producer James Tucker (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) and is loosely based on Action Comics' 2008 'Brainiac' story arc by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank. Matt Bomer (White Collar) lends his voice to the Man of Steel, with John Noble (Fringe) as Brainiac, Frances Conroy (American Horror Story) as Martha Kent, Wade Williams (Prison Break) as Perry White, Diedrich Bader (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) as Steve Lombard, Stephen Root (Boardwalk Empire) as »
- Flickering Myth
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