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It's over for Autumn Reeser and Jesse Warren. The Hawaii Five-0 actress and her actor/producer husband are calling it quits after five years of marriage, her rep confirms to People. "I can confirm that Autumn and Jesse have filed for divorce," Reeser's rep tells People in a statement. "It is completely amicable, and they remain committed to raising their two sons together." The couple were married in May 2009 and are parents to sons Finn, 3½, and Dashiell, 1 this week. The former O.C. star, 34, reportedly cites "irreconcilable differences" in court documents filed recently in Los Angeles, and requests joint physical »
- Janine Rayford Rubenstein, @JanineRayford
The world’s best group playdate takes place this Sunday on ABC’s Once Upon a Time, attended as it is by Snow White, Cinderella (returning guest star Jessy Schram) and Sleeping Beauty (Sarah Bolger), each with their bambinos in tow.
Update: TVLine commenter Jordan gets 175 TVLine Power User Points (zero cash value) for spotting the munchkin dressed as Mickey Mouse.
Also amid the fresh batch of pics shared below: a bit more angst for poor Regina and Robin Hood, and a peek at Snow Queen’s flashback origin story.
In the episode “The Snow Queen,” Emma interrogates Ingrid at the sheriff’s station, »
David Clarke’s long-awaited TV interview on Sunday’s Revenge was so unexpectedly brutal, it made Oprah’s confrontation with that Million Little Pieces author look like a warm hug.
Related Exclusive Revenge Video: Victoria Loses Her Cool During David’s Big TV Interview
“I just love live TV,” Nolan smugly remarked to Victoria before the interview began. “You never know what’s going to happen.” Of course, he never could have predicted that David would pull him in front of the camera to publicly accuse him of cheating “Amanda” out of her hundreds of millions. “She died without knowing that you betrayed her, »
More details about CBS' upcoming "Supergirl" TV series have arrived, and it looks as if some major characters from the "Superman" franchise are set to be involved.
TV Line has scored a casting breakdown detailing four supporting characters who will all be series regulars in the show, and quite a few of these names you will be familiar with from the comics or screen adaptations of Superman such as "Smallville" and "Lois and Clark":
Cat Grant - A 40-something woman of any ethnicity who created a media conglomerate called CatCo. Kara is working as a personal assistant to her.
Jimmy Olsen - A photographer for CatCo. This version isn't a geek, rather a smart, worldly and attractive alpha male whom Kara crushes on.
Winslow 'Wynn' Schott - A twenty something tech genius and Kara's neighbour. He works as a programmer for CatCo, and has a crush on Kara.
- Garth Franklin
We reported yesterday that producers of the upcoming CBS series Supergirl are currently casting the title character, Kara Zor-el a.k.a. Kara Danvers, and a character created specifically for this program, Kara's foster sister Alex. Today, we have more character breakdowns from TV Line, all of whom originate in the comic books, Cat Grant, Jimmy Olsen, Winslow "Wynn" Schott, a.k.a. Toyman and Hank Henshaw, a.k.a. Cyborg Superman. Take a look at the character details below.
The project is eyeing females in their 40s, open ethnicity, to play the founder of CatCo, a media conglomerate that Cat built from the ground up. Kara (Supergirl's mild-mannered alter ego) will work as a personal assistant to Cat, who is described as "J.Lo by way of Anna Wintour."
In his late 20s/early 30s, open ethnicity, James is a smart, worldly and (duh) attractive photographer for CatCo. »
We’re still about a year away from the premiere of CBS’s Supergirl, from Greg Berlanti (Arrow, The Flash) and Ali Adler (Chuck, No Ordinary Family), and although we don’t have any actual casting news to report for Supergirl, we now have a better idea of which characters will be appearing on the series and what the show’s producers are looking for. This information comes from TVLine, which has exclusive reported the details regarding Kara Danvers, aka Kara Zor-El and other characters on the show. Most interesting from their reports is that Supergirl is looking to cast both Jimmy Olson and Cat Grant as series regular roles. Per TVLine, these are all the Supergirl casting requirements and character descriptions: Kara Danvers: Caucasian females, age 22 to 26, to play 24. As the series’ mythology goes, Kara at age 12 was sent from her dying home planet of Krypton to Earth, where she… »
- Chris King
On the heels of sharing details about the casting for Supergirl‘s titular heroine and her foster sister, TVLine now has the scoop on four other series-regular roles to be filled on the drama, which already has a series commitment from CBS.
Cat Grant | The project is eyeing females in their 40s, open ethnicity, to play the founder of CatCo, a media conglomerate that Cat built from the ground up. Kara (Supergirl’s mild-mannered alter ego) will work as a personal assistant to Cat, who is described as “J.Lo by way of Anna Wintour.”
James Olsen | In his late 20s/early 30s, »
Ever since the Supergirl TV series was first reported last month, the project has sped through development, with CBS picking up the show in mid-September. Casting is currently under way for the title character, Kara Zor-El, along with a character created specifically for the series, Kara's foster sister.
TV Line has acquired a casting breakdown for the series, which confirms plot details that were released last month. Much like in the DC Comics, Kara Zor-El will be sent from her dying home planet of Krypton to Earth at the tender age of 12, where she is taken in by the Danvers family.
Her new family warns her early on about using her powers, which causes Kara Danvers to repress her gifts until the age of 24, when she suddenly puts her powers on display during an "unexpected disaster." For the first time in her life, she begins using her abilities to help »
As you might have noticed, superheroes are all the rage at the moment, and the enthusiasm extends well beyond the multiplex. There are a number of comic book-sourced shows on television right now, and CBS is hoping to get in on the fun with a Supergirl TV show. Arrow executive producer Greg Berlanti and No Ordinary Family alum Ali Adler are spearheading the pilot, and a new casting breakdown has revealed what their take on Supergirl entails—assuming CBS orders the show to series, that is. More on the show’s two major characters after the jump. Casting is now underway for the Supergirl pilot, and per TV Line, there are two lead roles that they’re looking for first: Kara Zor-El, aka Kara Danvers, and Alexandra “Alex” Danvers. For the role of Kara, aka Supergirl, producers are looking at Caucasian females ages 22 to 26 to play 24. Here’s how they »
- Adam Chitwood
The Supergirl TV show which recently landed at CBS is beginning to take shape. The high-profile DC Comics adaptation comes from the minds of Arrow executive producer Greg Berlanti and No Ordinary Family alum Ali Adler; a new casting breakdown reveals what their vision of Supergirl will look like if we get to watch it beyond a pilot episode. TV Line reports there are two lead roles that they’re looking for: Kara Zor-El, aka Kara Danvers, and Alexandra "Alex" »
- Graham McMorrow
Casting is now underway — courtesy of the same folks who populated Arrow and The Flash — for CBS’ Supergirl series, and TVLine has details on exactly what (and who) the DC Comics-based drama is looking for in two of its lead roles.
For Kara Zor-El aka Kara Danvers, the show is eyeing Caucasian females, age 22 to 26, to play 24. As the series’ mythology goes, Kara at age 12 was sent from her dying home planet of Krypton to Earth, where she was taken in by the Danvers, a foster family who taught her to be careful with her extraordinary powers. After repressing »
We recently found out that a Supergirl television series had landed a series commitment at CBS, and that it would be coming from Arrow and The Flash producer Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler (No Ordinary Family). Now it seems that, despite being on a different network to those other 2 DC superhero shows, Berlanti has once again turned to casting director David Rapaport to find our new small-screen Kara Zor-El and her supporting characters, whoever they may wind up being. pic.twitter.com/t8woOBbypr — DavidRapaportCasting (@RapaportCasting) October 29, 2014 Despite Rapaport casting all three shows, it's not expected that Supergirl will be a part of the same TV universe as Arrow and The Flash (though some crossover might be a possibility), but fans seem to have taken to Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin in their roles so young Kara would appear to be in good hands at least. Here's a brief synopsis for the show. »
Last month, it was announced that a Supergirl television show had landed a series commitment at CBS, and that it would be coming from Arrow and The Flash producer Greg Berlanti and his frequent collaborator, Ali Adler (No Ordinary Family). Now, we’ve learned that the producer is not the only thing that Supergirl will share with the likes of CW’s two super shows. David Rapaport, the casting director who found Stephen Amell and Grant Gustin for Arrow and The Flash, respectively, will also find our Kara Zor-El.
It’s not at all surprising that Berlanti would once again turn to Rapaport to find the star for his latest DC Comics adaptation. Amell and Gustin are widely revered as excellent choices for their title roles, and are surrounded by a pretty unique and well-balanced cast of supporting characters as well. So, it’s likely that Rapaport will find similar luck with Supergirl. »
- James Garcia
Among many other things, it looks like we’re in for a slew of wackily enjoyable, anachronistic musical numbers this fall on American Horror Story: Freak Show. In last week’s premiere, Jessica Lange delivered a gutsy rendition of David Bowie’s Life on Mars, and in tonight’s “Massacres and Matinees,” Sarah Paulson completely slays Fiona Apple’s Criminal, brandishing a set of singing chops that immediately makes Dot (in a delicious twist, one sister has a gorgeous voice while the other does not) Elsa’s least favorite of the twins.
And yet, such are the levels of insanity on Freak Show that Elsa’s immature stage jealousy and the consequent origins of a sure-to-be disastrous diva rivalry are being firmly kept at side-plot status. On this week’s creepy and crazy installment, new additions to the freak show throw the performers for a loop, Twisty the demented clown »
- Isaac Feldberg
Horror fans know Josh Stewart from The Collector and The Collection, in which he played a man hunted by a serial killer. Now Stewart plays a character stalked by a different threat in The Hunted, a film he stars in, wrote, and directed. The film follows two buddies making a hunting show pilot in the woods, only to become targets themselves, and we have an exclusive clip that might make your skin prickle.
The Hunted is now available on DVD and VOD platforms. We have the film’s official details and bonus features below, as well as the exclusive clip and the movie’s trailer:
Press Release - “The Hunted follows family-man, hunter, Jake, played by Josh Stewart, alongside his best friend Stevie (Ronnie Gene Blevins) as they journey deep into the Appalachians of West Virginia on the hunt for a legendary buck. Chasing their dream of landing a television hunting show, »
- Derek Anderson
Much like the current blockbuster landscape, there is a glut of superhero-based shows hitting the airwaves as the new TV season kicks off across the pond. In addition to the established Arrow, we have Agent Carter, The Flash, Batman prequel story Gotham and Constantine all gearing up, while Netflix works on their inter-connected Defenders series. Now Us network CBS is looking to get into the action, commissioning a series based on Supergirl from prolific producer Greg Berlanti.The writer/show-runner, who has already ushered Arrow on to screens and is part of the team introducing The Flash, is teaming up with former Chuck producer Ali Adler (who also worked on short-lived Michael Chiklis superhero show No Ordinary Family) to bring the show to life.It’ll follow Kara Zor-El, Kal-El’s cousin, who escaped Krypton as he did and ended up on Earth. Initially unwilling to acknowledge her powers, she »
The Supergirl TV show is officially a “go”. We heard a couple of weeks ago that Arrow and The Flash executive producer Greg Berlanti was developing a possible TV series based on the DC comics heroine, and now Deadline reports that CBS has given a big series commitment to Supergirl. The drama will be written by Berlanti and Ali Adler (The New Normal, No Ordinary Family), with Adler also acting as an executive producer on the series. Apparently CBS’ straight-to-series commitment is bigger than the one Fox recently gave to the upcoming Gotham, which is a prequel of sorts to the Batman storyline. This continues the expansion of comic book adaptation fever into the TV world, which is becoming more and more crowded with small screen iterations of famous superheroes. More on Supergirl after the jump. For those unfamiliar, the character of Supergirl was introduced in the comics world in 1959. She is, »
- Adam Chitwood
Supergirl is ready to fly… for the Eye.
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CBS has given a series commitment to an hour-long drama about Kara Zor-El, the DC Comics heroine who escaped the planet Krypton amid its destruction. Having hid all this time on Earth the powers she shares with “her famous cousin” (as the official logline cheekily puts it), 24-year-old Kara decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and “be the hero she was meant to be.”
Look, up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's another superhero coming to the small screen! CBS has given a series commitment to a one-hour drama project for “Supergirl,” based on characters from DC Comics, an individual familiar with the project told TheWrap on Friday. See video: Stephen Colbert Goes Undercover at Comic-Con to Sell Fake Superhero Hawkcat The drama, which will be written and executive produced by Greg Berlanti (“Green Lantern,” “Arrow,” “The Flash”) and Ali Adler (“Chuck,” “No Ordinary Family”), will follow the exploits of Kara Zor-El. Born on the planet Krypton, Kara Zor-El escaped amid. »
- Tim Kenneally
Last week we heard that Warner Brothers was developing a Supergirl TV series from The Flash producer Greg Berlanti, his frequent collaborator Ali Adler (No Ordinary Family) and DC chief creative officer Geoff Johns. At the time it was reported that the series was still in early development and would soon be pitched around to various studios. We also heard that it would not air on The CW, the network that houses both The Flash and Arrow. Now that doesn’t seem to be so finite.
Berlanti himself spoke with Cbr during PaleyFest 2014 and confirmed that he and Adler are working on the series. Unfortunately, he didn’t offer very many details about the direction of the series, noting instead that it was still in the early development stages:
“We’re just starting to work on it. We haven’t gone to the networks yet, so… I’ll be happy, »
- James Garcia
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