18 items from 2013
Today’s film is the 2009 short Lovebot. The film is written and directed by Giordany Orellana, and stars Adrian Zaw, Rocky Collins, Mary Kate Wiles, and Briga Heelan. Despite her short career, Heelan has left a mark on television, with supporting turns on Cougar Town and Jane by Design, as well as guest appearances on Man Up and Happy Endings. She is now the co-lead on Ground Floor, co-created by Bill Lawrence, which made its series debut last week.
- Deepayan Sengupta
The project takes place at the end of the Civil War and centers on Belle Barlowe (Ambrose), a mother of three who attempts to defend her family’s land by any means necessary. When the corrupt bank that runs their town pushes Belle into becoming an outlaw, the stakes become personal, setting off a chain of events that force her to question whether it’s better to be good or to survive. »
- Michael Ausiello
VH1 is pushing ahead into scripted fare with a pilot order for time travel drama, “Hindsight.” Written and executive produced by Emily Fox, whose writing-producing credits include ABC Family’s “Jane by Design” and CBS’s “Ghost Whisperer, the one-hour pilot will be produced by VH1 in association with Timberman-Beverly Productions (“Elementary,” “Unforgettable”). Also read: LeAnn Rimes, Eddie Cibrian Land VH1 Reality Series From ‘Duck Dynasty’ Producers “Hindsight” follows Becca, who’s nearing 40-years-old, and is about to embark on her second wedding to Andy. But her joy is tempered by the absence of her estranged best friend Lolly, who »
- Jethro Nededog
Exclusive: In the first scripted pickup under new head of development Susan Levison, VH1 has given a pilot order to Hindsight, an hourlong scripted drama from writer Emily Fox (Jane By Design) and Timberman/Beverly. The project, previously developed at NBC, centers on Becca who, as she nears 40, is about to embark on her second wedding to Andy Kelly, but her joy is tempered by the absence of her old best friend Lolly who’s a no-show, having dropped out of their relationship years ago. As Becca mulls over her past with Lolly and the mishap of her marriage to her first husband, Sean, she wakes up on her wedding day and discovers that it’s 15 years in the past — she’s about to marry Sean, her own parents are still married, and Lolly is still in her life. Becca must now decide to either go ahead with her marriage »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Browse our gallery of furry, non-furry photo pairings & vote for your favorite!
Dudes and dogs. Men and mutts. Any way you spell it out, few things are more universally beloved as pictures of hot guys interacting with adorable pooches. And after Pretty Little Liars star Keegan Allen posted an Instagram earlier of himself with co-star Ian Harding – holding both of Ian’s labradoodles — earlier this week, it got us thinking: ‘Surely, there must be more pictures of cute guys with cute dogs. Lo and behold…
We were right! And so, HollywoodLife.com set out to collect some of our favorite pictures of handsome gentlemen with their best friends. Behold, our findings:
Between his determination to protect the planet, and his passion for rescuing all of God’s creatures, Ian Somerhalder is basically a male Snow White. So is it any surprise that his Instagram is bursting with doggy pics? »
- Hollywood Life Staff
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Question: I read that Penny and Sheldon will bond during Leonard’s absence on The Big Bang Theory – do you have any more details on this? —Emily
Ausiello: I can confirm that there will be some hugging (see photo, right). I can also confirm that there will be an exchange of classified information. “They [share] a couple of intimate secrets about each other,” exec producer Steven Molaro teases of the CBS comedy’s Sept. 26 opener. “They have some really sweet scenes together. »
- Michael Ausiello
Get excited, "Parenthood" fans: The first photos from Season 5 have emerged.
Looking at the six photos NBC has released, it looks like Hank (Ray Romano) has found a new friend in Max (Max Burkholder); Amber (Mae Whitman) and Ryan (Matt Lauria) are completely in love; and Adam (Peter Krause) looks happier than ever ... hopefully, because Kristina (Monica Potter) is finally cancer-free.
Click through the slideshow below to see the newest "Parenthood" photos.
Although Season 5 of "Parenthood" probably won't be as much of a tearjerker as Season 4, the Braverman clan won't be without trouble. Guest stars Sonya Walger and David Denman are entering the mix in a way that may pose a threat to Julia and Joel's marriage, and although Hank's back presumably to win Sarah (Lauren Graham) over, Josh Stamberg is stepping in to play Carl, a "fun new addition" to Sarah's building. Plus, the additions of All-American Rejects frontman »
- Leigh Weingus
His cheap to make weepies have been box-office sleeper hits, so it was only a matter of time before author Nicholas Sparks' works came to the small screen.
Set at the end of the Civil War, the story follows a woman named Belle Barlowe who attempts to defend her family’s land by any means necessary.
When the corrupt bank that runs their town pushes her into becoming an outlaw, the stakes become personal and set off a chain of events.
Sparks had previously setup numerous projects at other networks, but none of them have moved forward so far.
Source: The Live Feed »
- Garth Franklin
Bryan Fuller‘s Syfy pilot High Moon (based on The Lotus Caves) has found its leading men. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chris Diamantopoulos and Easy A‘s Jake Sandvig will play the brothers dealing with newly-discovered life on the moon.
That Borgias finale movie won’t get made but you will soon be able to buy the script as an e-book.
Freddie Prinze Jr. will appear on Lifetime’s Witches of East End, according to EW. He’ll play an entomologist who falls for Madchen Amick‘s character, even though she may have underhanded motivations.
Matthew Atkinson, who was in ABC Family’s short-lived Jane By Design will be appearing on Parenthood, according to TVLine. He’ll play a man who strikes a friendship with Amber, much to Ryan annoyance.
Greg Berlanti has sold a pilot to NBC, Deadline reports. The story follows a »
- Lyle Masaki
Atkinson, who previously starred on ABC Family's "Jane By Design," will play Zach -- a drummer in the same band as All American Rejects' Tyson Ritter. According to TVLine, he'll bond with Mae Whitman's Amber while the band is recording at the Luncheonette. Will he cause a rift between Amber and her ex-soldier boyfriend Ryan (Matt Lauria)? We'll have to tune in to find out.
The rest of the Braverman clan will have their own challenges in Season 5: Josh Stamberg will play Carl, "a charming and fun new addition in Sarah's [Lauren Graham] building," while Drew (Miles Heizer) will be become friends with occasional benefits with "90210's" Lyndon Smith.
- Laura Prudom
Is Parenthood‘s Amber going to find herself torn between two lovers?
Related | Parenthood Season 5 Spoilers: Wedding for Sarah and Hank?
The actor will play Zach, the drummer in the band fronted by new arrival Oliver (All American Rejects‘ Tyson Ritter) who bonds with Amber while recording at the Luncheonette.
It’s safe to say Amber’s main squeeze Ryan (the returning Matt Lauria) will have something to say about her new *cough* friend. »
- Michael Ausiello
On TV this Wednesday: New Top Chef Masters put on their aprons, Camp hosts a mixer, ABC Family casts its Spell-Mageddon and Joe Rogan Questions Everything poses its first query. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm Arrow (The CW) | Repeat to Revisit: As Diggle and Felicity scramble to save a wounded Oliver’s life, the hero flashes back to when he and Slade tried to escape the island.
- Kimberly Roots
These starlets dressed to impress on the red carpet, really wowing us with their stellar style sense. TV’s younger stars stepped out looking like true fashion role models — but who do you think was best dressed? Vote
Miranda Cosgrove, 20, Debby Ryan, 20, Hailee Steinfeld, 16, and Erica Dasher, 25, all looked amazing at the 2013 Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Awards in Beverly Hills on June 11. While the majority of the girls star in shows aimed at younger audiences, they all looked sophisticated and grown up in their designer outfits. These leading ladies are headed in the right direction and we’re sure they’ll only get better with age.
As the star of iCarly on Nickelodeon, Miranda gets a lot of attention. She’s recently been branching out into film by voicing a character in Despicable Me 2 and is really »
- HL Intern
On TV this Wednesday: The Voice narrows its field once more, Kathryn Erbe hangs with Benson & Co., Supernatural screens an educational film and Modern Family both rolls and bounces. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
8 pm The Voice (NBC) | Now that the Playoff Round is done, America’s vote puts through the top two artists from each team. Then the coaches each save an additional team member, allowing them to move on to the next part of the competition.
8 pm Arrow (The CW) | With The Undertaking days away, »
- Kimberly Roots
Enter now for your chance to win a copy of Courrier's new album 'Cathedrals of Color' which will be available March 12th. You can also win a prize pack including a poster and T-shirt. The band's new single Inch of Rope is now available on iTunes. The Music Austin based alt-rock group Courrier have just released a new single on iTunes. "Inch of Rope" is featured on the band's forthcoming sophomore album Cathedrals of Color, which is available March 12th. Fans can stream "Inch of Rope" here. Courrier has been featured on CW's Gossip Girl, The Vampire Diaries, 90210, as well as ABC Family's Jane by Design and Pretty Little Liars. After their national television debut on The Vampire Diaries, Courrier's emotional anthem "Between" raced up the iTunes alternative chart peaking at #52. The »
- Keven Skinner
You may know that I’m already something of a reluctant, if fairly enthusiastic, fan of ABC Family, and most of the shows they put out. If so, I don’t have to sell you on the two new series coming your way this summer (and only really want to sell you on one anyway).
Much as ABC Family may not quite be putting out the best shows on television, if you look at series that are predominantly geared toward a specific demographic… well, I think they might be actually. Younger audiences (and let’s face it, especially female audiences) are caught in a sort of black hole when it comes to television, and shows aimed at them today are either convinced that your brain doesn’t turn on until you’re 20 (actually, it switches off at about 11, and back on at some vague point), or have no real appeal »
- Marc Eastman
MTV‘s new president of programming Susanne Daniels has made her first major executive hire official. ABC Family’s VP Development and Programming Mina Lefevre is joining MTV as Svp and Head of Scripted Programming. Lefevre, who starts in February, will oversee all of MTV’s scripted development and programming. Based in Los Angeles, she will report to Daniels. Related: ABC Family’s Mina Lefevre To Head Scripted Programming For MTV MTV’s scripted development had been overseen by Svp Justin Levy, who is now expected to report to Lefevre. Levy, who championed MTV’s breakout comedy Awkward, had been flying solo since MTV’s co-head of scripted programming, Svp Clay Spencer, was let go a day after Daniels was announced as new MTV programming topper. Levy and Spencer had been sharing co-head of scripted duties since February 2011. At ABC Family, where Lefevre spent 12 years, she oversaw such series as »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Starring Genie award winner John Savage (The Deer Hunter, Godfather III), Independent Spirit nominee and Saturn award winner Ed Furlong (American History X, Terminator II), SAG nominee Stelio Savante (A Million Colours, Ugly Betty, My Super Ex Girlfriend) , Young Artist Award winner Julianne Michelle (Apartment 1303 3-D, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, Shannon’s Rainbow), Golden Globe nominee Steven Bauer (Scarface, Traffic), Oscar Nominee Sally Kirkland (Anna, JFK, Bruce Almighty) and Bryan Dechart (Jane By Design) and Sean Stone (Savages) The Awakened tells the story of a young woman (Julianne Michelle) who returns home after 14 years to unravel the mystery and discover the truth about her mother’s death…
A young woman Samantha Winston (Julianne Michelle) returns home after 14 years to unravel the mystery and discover the truth about her mother’s death. She suspects her father (John Savage) and seeks guidance and answers from her mother’s close friend »
18 items from 2013
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