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Two-time Emmy-winner and 10-time nominee William H. Macy has landed his first bid for Showtime's "Shameless" after a surprise switch from the drama categories, where the show competed for its first three years. Macy competes for Best Comedy Actor for his portrayal of deadbeat dad Frank Gallagher. -Break- Emmy Rossum on 'Shameless' shocker that 'blew my mind' (Exclusive Video) Synopsis: In Macy’s submitted episode, "Lazarus," Frank wakes up at the hospital after an emergency liver transplant and is immediately asked about his whereabouts by his new bride Sheila (Joan Cusack) and newly discovered daughter Sammi (Emily Bergl). Frank is amazed to learn he's married and now has a new group of adopted Native American kids, whom Sheila brings to the hospital to meet Frank. After the kids leave, the doctor visits Frank to prep him for release. He warns Frank of the side effects of his medication, »
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
According to a recent report from TV Line, the Once Upon A Time season 4 folks have hired actor ,Tyler Jacob Moore, to portray character, Prince Han. He's described as being "a well-bred prince with a serious chip on his shoulder,” a young man who heavily desires to be the king. He's refined and well-spoken on the outside. However, he will have a mean streak that's very intense and will do anything to claim the power and respect he thinks he deserves. Han will be a recurring character, and is scheduled to make his first appearance in episode 3. Tyler Jacob Moore's acting resume includes a role in Showtime's hit show, Shameless. Season 4 is set to premiere on Sunday night, September 28th at 7pm central time on ABC. »
(Cbr) "Once Upon a Time‘s" version of the "Frozen" cast seems to be rounding out nicely. Executive Producer Adam Horowitz announced on Twitter that veteran actor John Rhys-Davies ("Raiders of the Lost Ark," "The Lord of the Rings") will play rock troll elder Pabbie, the love expert/wizard who helped cure Anna of the accidental ice blast when she and Elsa were children. He also helped to raise Kristoff. However, Rhys-Davies isn’t the only new addition to ABC’s fairy-tale drama. According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Shameless" actor Tyler Jacob Moore has signed on to play the villain Prince Hans, whose machinations would have lea to him become king, had it not been for icy powers and love. The two join fellow newcomers Georgina Haig (Elsa), Elizabeth Lail (Anna) and Scott Michael Foster (Kristoff) for the fourth season, which premieres Sept. 28. »
- TJ Dietsch, Comic Book Resources
The duo join O’Shea Jackson Jr., Corey Hawkins and Jason Mitchell have been cast as Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and Eazy-e respectively in the story of the five members of the famed 1980s rap group. [Source: Deadline]
Big Time in Hollywood
Cuba Gooding Jr, Michael Madsen and Keith David have joined the cast of Comedy Central’s new scripted series "Big Time In Hollywood, Fl." Gooding will play a fictionalized version of himself, Madsen will play a grizzled and alcoholic P.I., David will play a federal agent sent to investigate Cartel activity.
- Garth Franklin
We told you that for season 4 of Once Upon a Time will be all about Frozen. Now we know who will play the naughty Prince Hans, Tyler Jacob Moore. He was previously on shows such as Gcb and Shameless. He will also be joined by John Rhys-Davies who landed the role of the Pabbie the Troll King as the voice of the role. This news came at the heels of the first trailer that ABC has released for season and the new story being added to it.
I have to say that it will be interesting to see how they will make Hans and Pabbie behave. I am sure we will see a lot of darkness from the characters. I am just not sure if fans of the beloved the film can handle the more adult version of the tale. However, I am excited to see where they go with »
- Sarah Peel
It's another magical day for Frozen fans, as two more actors have been chosen to bring characters from the beloved animated movie to life on Once Upon a Time. And the characters couldn't be more different - the kindly Pabbie the Troll King, and Anna's scheming would-be suitor Prince Hans. John Rhys-Davies, who played the dwarf Gimli in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, will play Pabbie, whose healing powers helped Anna in the movie. And Tyler Jacob Moore, who plays Tony Markovich on Showtime's Shameless, will play Hans, the good prince turned bad prince from the Southern Isles. ABC's »
- Tim Nudd
The introduction of Frozen’s Elsa really was just the beginning: After her blonde braid made its appearance in the Once Upon a Time finale, there have been numerous other chilly additions to the cast, from Anna and Kristoff to, most recently, a troll king and a human prince.
EW has confirmed that actor John Rhys-Davies, who played Gimli in the Lord of the Rings series, has joined the Once cast as the voice of Pabbie the Troll King, with Shameless’ Tyler Jacob Moore officially signing on as the morally questionable Prince Hans.
Once Upon a Time returns Sunday, Sept. »
- Samantha Highfill
Two new actors are joining Once Upon a Time in roles from Frozen: John Rhys-Davies, a.k.a. Lord of the Rings' Gimli, will voice Pabbie the Troll King, while Shameless actor Tyler Jacob Moore will play the devious Prince Hans. They join Fringe's Georgina Haig as Queen Elsa, newcomer Elizabeth Lail as Anna, and Greek's Scott Michael Foster as Kristoff. Sadly, still no Olaf. Let it go, everybody. »
- Anna Silman
We learned back in May that Anna, Elsa and Kristoff, the stars of Walt Disney Pictures' hugely successfulFrozen, are heading to ABC's "Once Upon a Time". They'll be played by Elizabeth Lail, Georgina Haig and Scott Michael Foster, respectively. Now, series co-creator Adam Horowitz has taken to Twitter to reveal two more Frozen additions: Tyler Jacob Moore ("Shameless") will play Hans while John Rhys-Davies (Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Lord of the Rings) will voice the rock troll King, Pabbie. »
Known for his work in the “Lord of the Rings” and “Indiana Jones” franchises, John Rhys-Davies will provide the voice of rock troll Pabbie, executive producer Adam Horowitz announced via Twitter on Monday.
We're thrilled to welcome John Rhys-Davies to the #OnceUponATime family as the voice of everyone's favorite rock troll — Pabbie! #ThisFall!—
Adam Horowitz (@AdamHorowitzLA) July 28, 2014
Davies’ TV credits include “Legend of the Seeker, »
- Shelli Weinstein
Once Upon a Time has found Frozen's Prince Hans. Shameless actor Tyler Jacob Moore has been cast in the season-four recurring role on ABC's fairy-tale drama, The Hollywood Reporter confirms. He will first appear in the third episode. Photos Titans of Comic-Con: Stars Re-Create Classic Characters In the 2013 Oscar-winning Disney blockbuster, Prince Hans — Anna's former love — is the main antagonist, concocting a scheme to earn the throne of another kingdom through marriage. He is first portrayed as honest and noble, but eventually his true colors come out. The news comes less than
- Philiana Ng
He's ba-aaack! Once Upon a Time has cast its latest Frozen character: Shameless star Tyler Jacob Moore is set to play Prince Hans, E! News has exclusively learned. We were the first to report that Hans, Anna's (Elizabeth Lail) treacherous former love, would be making the journey from the big screen to ABC's fantasy hit. And no, it doesn't seem likely that Hans has lost his mean streak as he's described as having a serious chip on his shoulder and a burning desire to be king. Fans of the Oscar-winning Disney hit will remember that Hans tricked Anna into falling in love with in an attempt to take over Arendelle. He was last seen imprisoned and on a ship heading back to the Southern »
Once Upon a Time has added a familiar face — and a very familiar voice — to its Season 4 riff on Frozen.
The recurring character — who will first appear in Episode 3 — is described as “a well-bred prince with a serious chip on his shoulder,” a young man who burns to be king. (Mild spoiler alert for Frozen ahead!) Refined and well-spoken on the outside, Hans has a mean streak a mile wide and will do anything to claim the power and respect he thinks he deserves. »
Sierra and Victor forever! Dollhouse star Dichen Lachman is engaged to Maximilian Osinski, E! News has exclusively learned. Lachman, who recently popped up on the CW's The 100 and Showtime's Shameless, and Osinski, who appeared on Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s first season, are eyeing an early 2015 date to say "I do." The couple has already started narrowing down their list of potential bridesmaids and groomsmen, and one name will surely please fans of Joss Whedon's shortlived-but-beloved sci-fi drama Dollhouse: Enver Gjokaj! Yes, Lachman's former on-screen love, who is currently enjoying a guest-arc on Rizzoli & Isles, will serve as a member of »
Celebs always look chic and stylish when they hit the red carpet, but only a true fashionista can transition her style from Hollywood glam to everyday chic. Nicole Richie looked like a vintage vixen as she left a meeting in Manhattan on Tuesday, rocking black Citizens of Humanity skinny jeans, a white sleeveless T-shirt and vintage Chanel suspenders. The "Candidly Nicole" star topped off her fab look with black Celine sunglasses, black Gianvito Rossi pointed-toe pumps and wore her bold blue hair in a top knot bun. Get Nicole’s look with this Levi’s tee, these H&M jeans and these zeroUV sunglasses.Selena Gomez looked cute in camo as she hit the streets of New York on Thursday, wearing a Rag Union x Urban Renewal camo jacket (not available), black Topshop moto skinny jeans and an American Apparel crop top. The "Come & Get It" singer paired her look »
- tooFab Staff
“We make shows that challenge the medium,” Showtime’s president of programming David Nevins told reporters at the annual Television Critics Assn. press tour, pointing to the success of freshman drama “Penny Dreadful.” “We’ve had this nice pattern of new shows come on and are higher rated than the shows that left.”
Nevins made no apologies for “Shameless” switching categories from drama to comedy, a move that garnered William H. Macy an Emmy nod for best actor in a comedy. “There’s an arbitrariness to all of it,” he said. “Any category you do, I’m going to try to defy it. That’s what we do at Showtime.”
“If you ask Bill Macy, he’s giving a comic performance. That’s how he defines his performance, even though it’s an incredibly dark character. It’s a lively time in television. I consider that a good thing.”
- Debra Birnbaum
Up next in the never-ending series of TCA press tour live-blogs? Showtime President David Nevins. Showtime hasn't had an especially controversial or drama-filled year, but we're sure to have lots to discuss including the new season of "Homeland," series development and more. Follow along... 1:45 p.m. David Nevins starts with pre-question updates. Eight of Showtime's nine shows got Emmy nominations. Showtime has 10 shows, but "Penny Dreadful" won't be eligible until next year. He notes that "Penny Dreadful" was the network's most-watched new show on OnDemand and ShowtimeAnytime. As was announced earlier, "Homeland" is back for 12 episodes on October 5. In case you've forgotten, "Homeland" hit ratings highs. 1:48 p.m. October 19 is the premiere date for "The Affair." That'll be paneling later today. It's not quite what I was expecting, which I mean in a good way. On November 1, Showtime will premiere the original doc "Lost Songs: Bob Dylan's Basement Tapes Continues" 1:49 p. »
- Daniel Fienberg
HBO is adapting Broadway play All the Way as a movie. Bryan Cranston, who won a Tony for his portrayal as President Lyndon Johnson, will reprise his role. The story follow Johnson in the year after Kennedy‘s assassination.
Dermot Mulroney has signed up for a story arc on Shameless as Fiona‘s latest suitor. While he’ll play a new character, TVLine describes him as basically replacing the character that was played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Former Daily Show showrunner Rory Albanese — who worked on the show for 14 years — is returning to Comedy Central’s late night lineup. He’ll be in charge of the upcoming Minority Report, the show that will replace The Colbert Report. That sounds like a pretty promising sign.
The Daily Beast says that Barbara Walters was “enthusiastic” about »
- Lyle Masaki
Mulroney most recently appeared in John Wells’ “August: Osage County” film adaptation alongside Meryl Streep and Julia Roberts, and starred as a series regular in “Crisis.” He has also made television appearances on “Enlightened” and “New Girl.”
- Shelli Weinstein
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