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Talk about putting the cart before the horse.
When the Grimm cast dropped by TVLine’s interview suite at San Diego Comic-Con last week to discuss (among other things) the status of Nick and Juliette’s relationship in Season 4, they jumped right past love and marriage and made a beeline for the baby carriage!
Related Grimm @ Comic-Con: Monrosalee’s Honeymoon, Sean’s ‘Interesting’ Fate’ and More
“We were talking today about what we would call our baby if we have a baby down the road,” Bitsie Tulloch shared of the couple’s hybrid offspring.
Press Play above to find out what moniker they settled on, »
Parenthood is introducing bringing back Hank’s ex!
Parenthood is setting up what could be an all-star love triangle for its final season. Breaking Bad alum Betsy Brandt has been tapped to reprise her role as Hank's (Ray Romano) ex-wife, Sandy, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. After guest-starring in one episode, Brandt will have a recurring role on the sixth and final season of the Jason Katims family drama. Her character was last seen in season four's "Trouble in Candyland" episode when she leaves with her daughter with Hank for a new life in Minnesota. Photos Saying Goodbye: TV Shows Signing Off in 2014-15
- Lesley Goldberg
If you thought Mixed Martial Arts were brutal enough on their own, "Kingdom" is here to prove that adding in some human drama makes the sport's stakes even higher.
The trailer for the new DirecTV series promises plenty of action both inside and outside of the Mma gym, run by Alvey "King" Kulina (Frank Grillo), described in the clip as a "legendary" fighter whose glory days seem to be behind him. Alvey is grooming his youngest son, played by former boy band star Nick Jonas, to be a master of the sport, but family turmoil with his eldest son (Jonathan Tucker, "Parenthood") threatens to topple the younger Kulina's chances.
Add in a love triangle, depictions of drug addiction, and one fighter at the Navy St. gym who's out on parole (and seems destined to be sent back to jail at any minute), and you've got the makings for a tense, »
- Katie Roberts
Director Adam Bernstein landed an Emmy nomination for the first episode of FX's “Fargo,” one of two he directed in Noah Hawley‘s miniseries inspired by the Coen brothers movie. It was a typical gig for Bernstein, who has also directed episodes of such acclaimed TV shows as “Breaking Bad,” “Shameless,” “Parenthood,” “30 Rock” and “Homicide: Life on the Street.” But Bernstein didn't start on high-end television shows – instead, he began in animation, and then spent years in the '80s and '90s making rock videos for the likes of the Beastie Boys, the B-52s and Sir Mix-a-Lot, for whom he. »
- Steve Pond
Alexander began his agency career at CAA, where he also represented Natalie Portman, Jared Leto, Jeff Bridges, Johnny Knoxville, Kim Basinger and Eddie Izzard. After his tenure at CAA, Alexander joined Atlas Entertainment, where he worked for three years until joining Resolution.
Alexander brings the agency’s total number of partners to 39.
- Dave McNary
Watch Disney Xd’s Gravity Falls extra-carefully and you’ll reap the rewards, says Jason Ritter. Watch the sixth and final season of Parenthood and maybe — but only just maybe — you’ll see the actor reprise his role as Mark Cyr.
Related Get Scoop on Parenthood‘s Season 6 Premiere
Those were a couple of the take-home messages when Ritter sat down with Michael Ausiello at TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con video suite to dish Season 2 of the animated gem, the fate of his never-aired Fox comedy Us & Them, and his willingness to reprise his beloved Parenthood role.
Regarding Us & Them, »
Mike & Molly‘s Katy Mixon knows how to score a laugh, but as the following Hollywood Game Night exclusive video reveals, she’s a little less reliable when it comes to earning points at the show’s “Off the Top of My Head” round. (Or maybe she’s just not a big Harry Potter aficionado?)
Watch Mixon leave Parenthood‘s Monica Potter utterly baffled as she tries to describe the word “Goblet,” then witness her collapse under the weight of “Hogwarts.” Oh, and don’t get us started on her attempt to describe “scarves.”
This week’s Hollywood Game Night »
Nick Krause (The Descendants, Parenthood), SAG nominee Stelio Savante (Eisenstein In Guanajuato, A Million Colours), and Quinn Shepard (Unaccompanied Minors, Hostages) have joined Emmy nominee Barry Corbin (Anger Management, No Country for Old Men) and Marc Derwin (The Secret Life Of The American Teenager, Accepted) in the cast of Windsor.
Principal photography is scheduled to start late July in Gainesville, Texas and the film tells the story of a teen struggling to hold her family together, who stands up to a corporate giant. Written and directed by Porter Farrell, it will be his writing-directing debut following co-producing The Ladies of the House (2014) and The Bad Guys which is currently in post-production. Produced by Suzanne Weinert and Adam Dietrich, with casting by Gabrielle Evans Fields, Windsor is a Turnpike Pictures and WeatherVane Production.
The post Cast announced for Windsor appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Gary Collinson
In today's Indie Beat, the upcomin film Windsor, set to begin shooting here in Texas later this month, has announced it's primary cast members for the project. Come inside to check out the new actors and a brief synopsis of the film!
Here at Cinelinx we like to talk about all aspects of filmmaking and movie news. To that end, we have Indie Beat where we highlight some of the latest news, trailers, and PR releases from the indie filmmaker scene. So if you're an independent filmmaker and want some coverage on our site, be sure to drop us a line at email@example.com .
Nick Krause (The Descendants, Parenthood), SAG nominee Stelio Savante (Eisenstein In Guanajuato, A Million Colours), and Quinn Shepard (Unaccompanied Minors, Hostages) have joined Emmy nominee Barry Corbin (Anger Management, No Country For old Men) and Marc Derwin (The Secret Life Of The American Teenager, Accepted) in the cast of Windsor. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
The focused around a teen who is fighting for her small town, struggling to hold her shattered family together, and all along standing up to a corporate giant – She’s got a lot to take on!
Today the cast has been confirmed with Nick Krause (The Descendants, Parenthood), SAG nominee Stelio Savante (Eisenstein In Guanajuato), and Quinn Shepard (Hostages) have joined Emmy nominee Barry Corbin (Anger Management, No Country For Old Men) and Marc Derwin (The Secret Life Of The American Teenager). Principle photography has been confirmed to start late July in Gainesville, Texas.
- Dan Bullock
You might know Parenthood's Jason Ritter as the late John Ritter's actor son, but he's not the only one. After guest-starring in a handful of TV shows, Jason's younger brother, Tyler, scored the lead in The McCarthys, one of CBS's Fall comedies. The series's cast and producers appeared during the Summer TCA, and Ritter took the opportunity to discuss how his brother and father influenced his career. "I was very impressionable as a young kid," he said. "I grew up around the set of Hearts Afire, and I got to see my father enjoy himself at his work, and any young child who sees that starts taking notes subconsciously. I got to see my brother [Jason] on The Class, just loving every second of it, all the while getting to make a couple hundred people laugh every week. I don't actively try to emulate their work; I think we »
- Maggie Pehanick
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Question: Will there be more fallout from Juliette and Jeff’s hook-up on Nashville? Please tell me it won’t break up her and Avery! — Nat
Ausiello: Downside: I hear Juliette will likely find herself with child (a move that would mirror Hayden Panettiere’s still-unconfirmed real-life pregnancy) when Season 3 picks up, but by whom? You’ll recall, she knocked cowboy boots with both Jeff and Avery near the end of the season. Upside: Both Ms. Barnes and »
NBC is ending Parenthood after this upcoming season, which they say will be huge. Jason Katims attended the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour, in which he shared that this season will have a huge and sad twist. He announced it will be shown at the season premier and will run through the whole season, alongside other stories as they typically do for the average season. While Jason didn’t share what we could expect, he called it huge and says it will compete with Kristina’s cancer story. Here is what he all had to say.
(we will see a) larger story that has a huge effect on everybody…a huge challenge for this family, the kind we haven’t seen before….(it is) one of those big life moments that the show tackles well. When we did Kristina’s cancer storyline, I thought it was one of our »
- Sarah Peel
NBC's presentation at the Television Critics Association's 2014 Summer press tour took place on Sunday, and we were on hand to get all the juicy details on the network's fall schedule. We learned a few goodies about highly-anticipated new shows "Constantine" and "State of Affairs," plus, new info on the Emmys, their upcoming live musical, and more.
1. Walken the Plank?
Perhaps the biggest news of the day was the announcement that Christopher Walken has landed the role of Captain Hook in the live musical version of "Peter Pan" -- an event planned for a December 4th airing. The actor "will be the first tap dancing Captain Hook you've ever seen," according to NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.
2. A Maya Rudolph show isn't off the table
There may be more Maya Rudolph coming to the network in the future. Her "Maya Rudolph Show" special was considered an "imperfect first episode" and she »
- Alana Altmann
The sixth and final season of Parenthood premieres September 25, and by the sound of it, fans have an interesting one to look forward to. According to showrunner Jason Katims, the new season will center around one larger narrative that affects everyone in the family. “One of the things I wanted to do for the season was to find one larger story that influences everybody on the show,” he explained at Sunday's TCA press tour. “The story is going to be introduced in the first episode and play throughout the season. It's a huge new challenge for the family and one that we didn't see before … In this case, I feel like I want to to do something that starts at the beginning of the season, by the way there will be as many story lines going on as usual, but this will be something that tracks us throughout »
- Anna Silman
A final season order for “Parenthood” took a village to achieve. “One of the things about being on a show like ‘Parenthood’ is that it's always been a bubble show, we never knew if we're coming back,” showrunner Jason Katims said during Sunday's Television Critics Association Press Tour. “And this year was definitely trickier than others,” he continued. “It's a big cast. It's an expensive show to produce. What happened in this case was there were so many people internally, and it started with Bob Greenblatt, wanted to figure out a way to bring the show back. That »
- Jethro Nededog
"Comfortable shoes." That's what Grimm's David Greenwalt suggested was the key to surviving as a showrunner in today's increasingly competitive marketplace. He was joined by those who share that opportunity and that burden — The Blacklist's John Eisendrath, Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.'s Matt Olmstead and Parenthood and About a Boy's Jason Katims — as part of a Television Critics Association panel titled "Showrunners Confidential" on Sunday. When pressed about the hardest part of the gig, Katims suggested it was the juggling of responsibilities that come with the job of showrunner. At any given time, he is
- Lacey Rose
Parenthood fans: You didn’t think you were going to get off scot- and Kleenex-free, did you?
Appearing as part of an NBC drama showrunners panel on Sunday at the Television Critics Assoc. summer press tour, Parenthood boss Jason Katims said that the family drama’s farewell run will uncork a “larger story that has a huge effect on everybody,” starting in the season opener and running through all 13 episodes.
Katims teased that the storyline will present “a huge challenge for this family, the kind we haven’t seen before.”
Related NBC Schedules Fall Premieres for The Voice, Parenthood‘s Farewell Run, »
Parenthood fans were in an emotional tizzy this past spring, but it wasn't because of a heartbreaking story line on the show.
After five seasons, the fate of the beloved family drama remained in question and was the last scripted series to receive a pick-up from NBC for the 2014-2015 TV season just hours before the network's fall schedule was unveiled.
2014 Emmy nominations: Surprises and snubs
The show received a reduced 13-episode final season order, and showrunner Jason Katims is thankful he will get to say a proper goodbye to the Bravermans. "For a show I'm so personally invested in...
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- Kate Stanhope
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