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A new clip and over 25 photos have been released for the very first episode of Dead of Summer, Freeform’s homage to ’80s horror films.
Previous Press Release: Seven camp counselors plan for the best summer of their lives, but the evil lurking at Camp Stillwater has other plans in store for them in the series premiere of “Dead of Summer,” airing Tuesday, June 28th (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. Edt), on Freeform.
Set in the late 1980s, school is out for the summer, and a sun-drenched season of firsts beckons the counselors at Camp Stillwater, a seemingly idyllic Midwestern summer camp, including first loves, first kisses—and first kills. Stillwater’s dark, ancient mythology awakens, and what was supposed to be »
- Tamika Jones
In a new video from Teen Vogue, celebrities of diverse backgrounds like Raven-Symoné and actress Debby Ryan share recorded messages about what makes them proud of who they are. The messages were recorded in honor of the 49 fatal victims of the June 12 Orlando mass shooting at Pulse, an Lgbt nightclub. "Being a female makes me proud. Being a part of the Lgbt community makes me proud," says Symoné. "Being a daughter makes me proud. And being a human being on this earth sometimes makes me proud, but most of the time it does. And having the ability to love." YouTube star Connor Franta, »
- Lindsay Kimble, @lekimble
Carter will recur on the second season of the CBS-turned-cw drama and will first appear in episode three. Producers Greg Berlanti and Andrew Kreisberg have previously said they first envisioned Carter's president for a role in season one, but her schedule did not work out. Now it's locked.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
“Supergirl” has added former Wonder Woman Lynda Carter to its cast for Season 2 in the role of President of the United States, The CW announced Tuesday. The actress will appear in multiple episodes, making her first appearance in episode 2.03. The executive producers of “Supergirl” previously revealed they had been trying to work out a deal for Carter to play Potus, but hadn’t been able to until now. Also Read: 'Supergirl' Casts Former 'Teen Wolf' Star as Superman This high-profile casting on the Melissa Benoist-led superhero drama follows the announcement that “Teen Wolf” alum Tyler Hoechlin will play Superman, »
- Linda Ge
Supergirl is putting a fresh (ahem) spin on the stunt-casting trope.
Last March, Supergirl Ep Greg Berlanti revealed that he tried — and failed — to lasso Carter for a Season 1 guest stint, telling reporters he had a “perfect role” in mind for the TV icon, but they “couldn’t work out her schedule.” He called it the “biggest disappointment for me this entire season. »
Sure, Superman’s native home planet is going to (Spoiler Alert!) go boom at the end, but if the casting breakdowns for Syfy’s recently greenlit Krypton pilot are any indication, there was some serious drama playing out in the decades prior.
Krypton’s lead characters include:
Seg-el | Envisioned here as athletic, quietly confident and in his 20s, comic fans are familiar with an older (and a bit grumpier) Seg from his appearance in the classic Starman No. 51, written by James Robinson with story by Robinson and David S. Goyer, »
Fans lost their minds when Supergirl announced that Tyler Hoechlin will be playing the iconic role of Superman in the show's second season, and rightfully so. Aside from being a talented actor, he is also incredibly attractive. While you may already know him from his roles in shows like 7th Heaven and Teen Wolf, the actor's career is really only just getting started. In addition to saving the world as Superman, Tyler is also set to play Boyce Fox in the Fifty Shades franchise. Caught your interest yet? Keep scrolling for some of his hottest pictures to date. »
- Kelsie Gibson
Gigi Hadid hosted her very first award show on Sunday night in Toronto, when she was poised to run the show for the iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards. The 21-year-old dazzled on the red carpet in a spicy red power suit as she struck fierce poses and took time to goof around with fans. Once the show got going, Gigi proceeded to tear it up with outfit changes galore. Not only did she slay her role as hostess, but she had a helping hand from other stars like Teen Wolf's Tyler Posey, Robbie Amell, and even her close friend Hailey Baldwin! Now, if you'll excuse us, we'll be watching her vivacious Instagram account for even more of the night's best moments. »
- Ryan Roschke
Last week it was announced that Tyler Hoechlin is set to take on the role of Superman for the second season of Supergirl, with the Teen Wolf star subsequently stating that he’s “honored and humbled” to play the Man of Steel.
Attending the Sydney Film Festival premiere of his new film Everybody Wants Some!!, The Daily Mail caught up with Hoechlin, and asked whether he felt nervous about living up to Henry Cavill’s portrayal in Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
“I never try to compare and contrast performances because it’s such an iconic character already,” said Hoechlin. “Superman is Superman so I’m just going to try to carry on the tradition of that and play that part. I think the fun is going to be finding where Clark Kent is in this world. I’m just excited to find out Clark’s sense of humour. »
- Gary Collinson
Having just been cast in the role of Superman in The CW's "Supergirl" series, "Teen Wolf" and "Road to Perdition" actor Tyler Hoechlin has spoken about his take on the Man of Steel and the pressure to compete with Henry Cavill's version from the films.
Mail Online spoke with Hoechlin at the Sydney Film Festival premiere of "Everybody Wants Some" last weekend where he said: "I never try to compare and contrast performances because it's such an iconic character already... Superman is Superman so I'm just going to try to carry on the tradition of that and play that part."
Hoechlin also seemingly confirmed that we'll see both Superman And Clark Kent n the series: "I think the fun is going to be finding where Clark Kent is in this world. I'm just excited to find out Clark's sense of humour." There's no word on how large Superman's role »
- Garth Franklin
Earlier this week, we learned that Teen Wolf alum Tyler Hoechlin will play Superman in The CW's Supergirl (sorry, Tom Welling fans). When Mail Online caught up with the actor at the Sydney Film Festival premiere of Everybody Wants Some, they were quick to ask whether or not he's feeling the pressure to compare what he does with the Man of Steel to the version played by Henry Cavill. "I never try to compare and contrast performances," he said, "because it's such an iconic character already." That's a fair point, but Hoechlin playing Superman marks the first time two versions of the hero have existed at the same time in live-action since Smallville was on the air at the same time as Superman Returns was released. Regardless, the actor went on to elaborate on his point above by making his priorities clear when it comes to what he's thinking about while taking on this role. »
[caption id="attachment_51030" align="aligncenter" width="394"] Tyler Hoechlin cast as Superman/Clark Kent in the second season of the Supergirl TV show on The CW. Photo: Helga Esteb/Shutterstock.com.[/caption]
It's a bird. It's a plane. It's Teen Wolf's Tyler Hoechlin. Hoechlin has been cast as Superman/Clark Kent in the second season of the Supergirl TV show on The CW. The show debuted on CBS in the fall of 2015. In danger of being cancelled after its first season, The CW, which is owned by parent companies CBS Corporation and Warner Brothers, renewed the super-hero drama for a second season.
Based on characters created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Supergirl hails from Berlanti Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, with executive producers Greg Berlanti, Ali Adler, Andrew Kreisberg, and Sarah Schechter. The Supergirl TV series cast includes: Melissa Benoist, Mehcad Brooks, Chyler Leigh, Jeremy Jordan, David Harwood, and »
Yesterday it was announced that former Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin is set to portray Superman in the second season of the DC series Supergirl, and now the actor has taken to Twitter to share his excitement about taking on the iconic role of the Man of Steel…
Could not be more honored & humbled to be given the opportunity to play this incredible & beloved character. Can't wait to get to work!
— Tyler Hoechlin (@TylerL_Hoechlin) June 17, 2016
The second season of Supergirl will get underway on The CW in the fall.
- Gary Collinson
The CW is the third broadcaster to announce its Fall TV premiere plan (following NBC and Fox), and The Flash is first out of the gate on Tuesday, Oct. 4 at 8/7c, leading into the launch of new dramedy No Tomorrow. As if the post-Flash timeslot didn’t already guarantee No Tomorrow a generous sampling, the network will encore the pilot after the Season 2 premiere of Supergirl on Oct. 10 (bumping the return of Jane the Virgin until Oct. 17).
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The CW’s new Vampire Diaries/Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Friday combo, meanwhile, rounds »
Tyler Hoechlin, the former Teen Wolf star, has been cast as Superman in the second season of CW’s recently acquired DC Comics series Supergirl — the network announced on Thursday. Tyler Hoechlin Cast As Superman In Season 2 Of ‘Supergirl’ Hoechlin will make his debut at the start of the next season, when Superman decides […]
The post Tyler Hoechlin Is Set To Star As Superman In Season 2 Of ‘Supergirl’ appeared first on uInterview. »
- Shantel Whitaker
According to Andrew Kreisberg, executive producer of "Supergirl", the series has cast a popular actor to play 'Kal-El', aka 'Superman', the cousin of 'Kara' aka 'Supergirl', who will appear in new CW episodes:
"...I have wanted to work with Tyler for ages," said Kreisberg, "so this worked out perfectly because Tyler is 'Superman'.
"We are so thrilled and humbled to add another amazing actor to the legacy of this iconic character."
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- Michael Stevens
There’s an upside to getting killed off Chicago P.D.
Arrow has tapped Josh Segarra — who recurred on the NBC drama as Justin Voight before meeting his demise in last month’s finale — to play the series-regular role of Star City’s new district attorney, Adrian Chase, our sister site Deadline reports.
The character serves as an ally to Mayor Oliver Queen and aims to clean up the streets through the legal system.
As TVLine first reported, Chase is described as an “irrepressibly »
The CW welcomed Supergirl to its growing DC universe last month, and now she’s bringing with her another member of the Super-family. The network has announced that Tyler Hoechlin, of Teen Wolf and Everybody Wants Some!!, will guest star in the second season of Supergirl as Kara’s much more famous cousin Kal-El, a.k.a. Clark Kent, a.k.a. Superman. Supergirl‘s first season […]
- Angie Han
On the heels of last week’s announcement that Superman himself will appear in Supergirl’s second season, we now have confirmation of who will play the Man of Steel for the series: Tyler Hoechlin has been cast. Hoechlin is a veteran of The CW after starring in Teen Wolf and has more recently appeared in Fifty Shades of Grey and Everybody Wants Some.
Andrew Kreisberg, Supergirl’s executive producer, said “Greg Berlanti and I have wanted to work with Tyler for ages, so this worked out perfectly because Tyler is Superman. We are so thrilled and humbled to add another amazing actor to the legacy of this iconic character.”
This news comes as a bit of a surprise as rumours previously stated Kreisberg and Berlanti were looking for an unknown actor to play Superman, not to mention a lot of fan support to see Smallville’s Tom Welling return to don the cape. »
- Ricky Church
Supergirl has found its Man of Steel, so Henry Cavill now has some competition for who the best live-action Superman is! Teen Wolf star Tyler Hoechlin will be suiting up as the iconic DC Comics superhero in the first two episodes of The CW series, and with any luck, he’s going to end up having a […]
- Josh Wilding
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