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Party of Five and Scream star Neve Campbell has been paged to Seattle Grace Hospital. Get ready to see the actress in a whole new light when you preview her first ever appearance on Grey’s Anatomy. And it’s okay to page her, because she’s wearing scrubs.
In the video preview we see just how lovely Neve looks, even when her face is obscured by a surgeon’s mask. Neve will play Liz, one of Derek’s sisters for two drama packed episodes. You can see her for yourself on today’s video, and then on the Thursday episode of Grey’s on ABC. In this episode things start looking up for McDreamy and his damaged hand…I think.
To say “Lizzy’s” arrival is tense is an understatement. There are relationship issues at play and yet we hear she could be the one and only solution to Derek’s injury. »
- Sasha Nova
Neve Campbell has had a wonderfully successful career, playing parts such as Julia (Party Of Five), Bonnie (The Craft), Suzie (Wild Things), and of course Sidney from the Scream film series. One thing that the character of Sidney and her newest character of Joanna Yaeger (Titanic: Blood And Steel) have in common is that they are both survivors. In honor of Titanic: Blood And Steel being released on Blu-Ray (available now) we thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of Neve’s most memorable moments. But first, check out the trailer for Titanic: Blood And Steel.
Titanic: Blood And Steel is the untold story of the building of a legend, and the many lives it affected during its three-year construction. To its wealthy investors, it was a dream. To the middle class who oversaw the project, it was a challenge. But to the working class who built it, »
- Melissa Howland
Another Shepherd sister is coming out of the woodwork on Grey’s Anatomy.
It’s not clear which sibling Campbell will play, but we can safely rule out Amelia (currently played by Caterina Scorsone on Private Practice) and Nancy (previously played by Embeth Davitz). That leaves Kathleen the psychiatrist or unnamed Sister No. 4.
- Michael Ausiello
Merlin kicked off its fifth season on Saturday, and whilst only a year has passed since it last graced our screens, in Camelot it's been three years. King Arthur and Queen Gwen are settling into their roles; and loyalty, respect and honour are the order of the day for Arthur’s knights, now orderly arranged around the infamous round table.
But wait! There are some empty chairs! Who's missing?
Sir Gwaine, Sir Percival and other uncredited extras in capes have stumbled into trouble on a worthy quest. Trouble's name? - Morgana of course. Katie McGrath's clenched jaw and piercing eyes are back, this time assisted by Liam Cunningham, as sorcerer Ruadan. I have always been a fan of Liam Cunningham, and he's certainly racking up the appearances this year, with Game Of Thrones and Titanic: Blood and Steel (yet to grace UK screens) under his belt. His »
Sure, Sunday is incredibly overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Homeland," "Boardwalk Empire," "Copper," "The Good Wife," "Treme" and "Dexter," but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week. "Titanic: Blood and Steel" Monday, October 8 at 8pm on Encore Encore's 12-part miniseries will run over six consecutive nights, recounting the story of the building of the legendary ship (spoilers -- it sinks) in Belfast with more historical grittiness and less Celine Dion. "Sex and the City" alum Chris Noth stars as industrialist J.P. Morgan, while Kevin Zegers is an American engineer working on the project and hiding a secret past and Alessandra Mastronardi ("To Rome with Love") plays the daughter of an Italian immigrant who catches his eye. Neve Campbell, Derek Jacobi and Liam Cunningham...
- Alison Willmore
Sure, Sunday is incredibly overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Homeland," "Boardwalk Empire," "Copper," "The Good Wife," "Treme" and "Dexter," but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week. "Titanic: Blood and Steel" Monday, October 8 at 8pm on Encore Encore's 12-part miniseries will run over six consecutive nights, recounting the story of the building of the legendary ship (spoilers -- it sinks) in Belfast with more historical grittiness and less Celine Dion. "Sex and the City" alum Chris Noth stars as industrialist J.P. Morgan, while Kevin Zegers is an American engineer working on the project and hiding a secret past and Alessandra Mastronardi ("To Rome with Love") plays the daughter of an Italian immigrant who catches his eye. Neve Campbell, Derek Jacobi and Liam Cunningham »
- Alison Willmore
On TV this Monday: Gossip Girl and 90210 return, the Voice coaches take their battle stations, photos nearly finish Mike & Molly and Encore offers a DiCaprio-free take on Titanic‘s final voyage. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (always linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar tonight.
8 pm The Voice (NBC) | Welcome to the Battle Rounds! As the artists go head-to-head, the coaches save some, steal some and send some home.
8 pm 90210 (The CW) | Season 5 premiere: Naomi and Max get arrested and thrown in jail, Teddy doesn’t know how to handle Silver’s request to father her baby, »
- Kimberly Roots
I see Teddy in the back! That means 90210 giving him some screentime, right? Right?
Despite all the gay characters on television, is the legacy of Will & Grace that gay men are limited to the role of Wills or Jack, in both TV portrayals and how we expect each other to behave? The "Will" and "Jack" stereotype is an issue, but I think the picture is rosier. We have a good number of shows where two gay men are full parts of the cast and in a relationship with another regular (as opposed to the short story arcs that counted as most of Will Truman's love life). That might not be as much progress as we'd like, but I definitely think we've moved forward.
NBC has ordered a mini-series from Brothers & Sisters creator Jon Robin Baitz. The Slap is based on an award-winning eight-episode Australian series about the aftershocks after »
Oh. Yes. Sofia Vergara is getting into the drama-importing business. The Modern Family star has sold a remake of Argentinian procedural Mueres Asesinas (Killer Women), about a law enforcement agency that's focuses on murders committed by women with a focus on their motivations.
In reaction to Mitt Romney's threats to cut funding for PBS, fans are organizing a Million Muppet March scheduled for November 3.
After repeatedly threatening to quit 30 Rock, Alec Baldwin fought to keep the Emmy-winning comedy from ending, offering to take a salary cut to ensure a full seventh season along with an eighth.
1 October 2012 9:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
Encore aims to tell the tale of the doomed Titanic's construction in a 12-part miniseries debuting Oct. 8. The mini, titled Titanic: Blood and Steel, is set in Belfast, Ireland, during the early 20th century. It stars Chris Noth (Sex and the City) as J.P. Morgan, the Titanic owner who has ambitious dreams to build a passenger ship of unparalleled size and luxury. Titanic's cast also includes Derek Jacobi (The King's Speech) as Lord William Pirrie, the struggling chairman of the Harland and Wolff shipyard; Kevin Zegers (Gossip Girl) as the fictitious Mark Muir, an inquisitive scientist who
- Kimberly Nordyke
Italy’s De Angelis Group has reached a worldwide television distribution agreement with event miniseries specialist Tandem Communications on the $30 million Titanic: Blood And Steel. Chris Noth, Neve Campbell, Kevin Zegers and Derek Jacobi star in the 12-part series directed by The Tudors’ Ciaran Donnelly and slated to coincide with this year’s 100th anniversary of the sinking of the famed liner. The mini is a co-production from De Angelis and Tandem along with Rai TV, La’s 3 Arts, Canada’s CBC, the UK’s Artist Studio, Ireland’s Epos Film and Spain’s Antena 3. Separate rights agreements were concluded in the UK, Ireland and Canada. France’s Studiocanal recently acquired a majority stake in Tandem, which is also co-producing the miniseries World Without End with Ridley and Tony Scott’s Scott Free Productions. Here’s the release: Rome, Italy, January 27, 2011 — De Angelis Group (http://www.deangelisgroup.com/), one of »
- NANCY TARTAGLIONE, International Editor
11 items from 2012
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