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Carrie Preston's signature flame-red hair is about the only thing her True Blood and The Good Wife characters have in common. The versatile actor's talent for shapeshifting roles not only won her an Emmy last year for her portrayal of quirky attorney Elsbeth Tascioni on The Good Wife, but has also helped her believably transform her True Blood character, Arlene, in subtle - and major - ways over the course of that show's seven seasons. With True Blood's final episode just a few short weeks away, Carrie stopped by our La studios to talk about what fans should have in mind as they experience the last installment of the HBO series and to spill some behind-the-scenes details about some of the season's most intense moments so far. We also chatted about her return to The Good Wife, which premieres Sept. 21 on CBS, and her predictions on how the »
If Netflix had a "Female-friendly films with annoyingly chatty titles featuring era-specific phrases" category, that's where you'd find It's Complicated. It's also where you'd find Something's Gotta Give, You've Got Mail, I Don't Know How She Does It and Must Love Dogs all immediately recognisable, thanks largely to their gratuitous use of the Didot font on all their posters.
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- Stuart Heritage
Michael Zegen, wearing seasonally appropriate cut-off gloves, sips a soy chai latte in the kind of busy café that would feel right at home on Girls. "I like to think I fit right into that world," Zegen say, smiling. That's fortunate, since as of last night he joined the hit HBO series as Joe, Hannah's charming coworker in GQ's advertorial department. Zegen's casting made headlines last spring, partially due to how closely timed it was to the exit of Christopher Abbot (who played Charlie), which led many to falsely brand him "the Charlie replacement, »
In the upcoming film Vampire Academy (based upon the series of bestselling books by Richelle Mead), British heartthrob Dominic Sherwood plays Christian Ozera, a schoolboy who’s caught in an unusual love triangle…
not to mention a vampiric battle of the ages. Dread Central sat down with Dom last week, and he told us all about it.
Dread Central: Pretty much this whole film takes place on campus. So, we've gotta ask: What was your high school experience like?
Dominic Sherwood: We call it secondary school. It actually wasn't too bad, the only thing I really struggled with was, we didn't have an acting department, we didn't have a drama department so I couldn't study that from 11-16, it wasn't an option to us and it wasn't available. In fact, obviously because of that when I told people I wanted to be an actor, they were like, 'You should probably do something in, »
- Staci Layne Wilson
The drama is based on the true story of a brilliant yet inexperienced engineer who is tasked with overseeing the completion of the Brooklyn Bridge after his father passes away. He becomes obsessed with the job, which takes a toll on his health and his family, until he finds a surprising ally in his wife.
Goldcrest Films will finance, distribute and sell international rights to the project, with Killer Films' Christine Vachon and Rose Ganguzza producing. Nick Quested, Pascal Degove and Jill Samuels are executive producing. Here's what Christine Vachon had to say in a statement about their new leading man.
"We love Doug's extraordinary script and working with Daniel is one of the rare treats in the business. This is thrilling for everyone at Killer. »
5 items from 2014
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