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Gage Golightly Joins Amazon Pilot ‘Red Oaks’, Thom Barry To Recur On ‘Perception’

6 June 2014 7:56 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Gage Golightly (Teen Wolf, Ringer) has been cast as a regular in Amazon Studios’ comedy pilot Red Oaks, exec produced by Steven Soderbergh and exec produced/directed by David Gordon Green. Set in summer 1985, Red Oaks centers on 20-year-old David Myers, who takes a job as an assistant tennis pro at the predominantly Jewish Red Oaks country club in New Jersey and tries to figure out what kind of life he wants to lead. Golightly, repped by Resolution and Industry Entertainment, will play Karen, David’s girlfriend and co-worker at Red Oaks Country Club. Related: 2014 Amazon Studios Pilots Cold Case alum Thom Barry has joined TNT’s drama series Perception as a recurring. The actor, repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment and Prestige Talent Agency, will play Special Agent In Charge William Parsons, the skeptical and no-nonsense special agent in command of the Chicago FBI office and Kate Moretti’s (Rachel Leigh Cook) boss. »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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Orphan Black: a worthy heir to Buffy's crown

2 June 2014 2:09 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Like Buffy, this clone thriller is happy to experiment. It plays with conventions, piling twist upon twist. This is a world where no one is safe. It's heart-stoppingly addictive TV at its best

Spoiler alert: this blogpost discusses events to date in Orphan Black. Viewers in the Us please be aware you are one episode ahead of British viewers.

In the decade since Buffy The Vampire Slayer ended with a new generation of slayers heading out to take over the world, there have been many pretenders to Ms Summers' crown. Some, such as Veronica Mars, have been worthy contenders, combining tight plotting with strong characterisation and witty dialogue; others, such as the lamentable Ringer, proved that simply casting Sarah Michelle Gellar as the lead (twice over) isn't enough.

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- Sarah Hughes

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Jaime Murray Marries Bernie Cahill

31 May 2014 12:00 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Jaime Murray tied the knot with fiancé Bernie Cahill in Bali on Monday. The London-born actress, who plays a pale-skinned alien on the SyFy channel's Defiance, married Cahill, a partner at Roar (an entertainment management company), in a private ceremony at the luxurious Amandari resort in Ubud, her rep confirms to People. "It was pretty epic and magical," Murray, 36, tells People exclusively. The former Ringer and Dexter star and her new husband honeymooned at the beach resort of Amankila, which features free-standing stilted guest suites perched on a cliff side overlooking the ocean. The couple, who've been together almost three years, »

- K.C. Blumm

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'Cruel Intentions,' 15 years later: A definitive power list

5 March 2014 2:21 PM, PST | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

The messed-up machinations of bored, oversexed stepsiblings Kathryn Merteuil and Sebastian Valmont aren’t quite as shocking in 2014 as they were when Cruel Intentions was released on March 5, 1999. (Blame Gossip GirlPretty Little Liars, and a zillion other glitzy/scandalous imitators.)

That said, Cruel Intentions is still an enormously entertaining teen movie, even 15 years (gulp) after its initial release — thanks to an uncommonly sharp script, a killer soundtrack, and, most importantly, an impeccable cast, which featured future Oscar winners and future Sharknado stars alike. Well, one of each, but you get the picture. Whoever headed up this franchise had a »

- Hillary Busis

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Jason Dohring on Stepping Back Into The Role of Bad Boy Logan Echolls For The 'Veronica Mars' Movie

4 March 2014 7:47 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Jason Dohring hasn't been resting on his laurels since "Veronica Mars" departed The CW's schedule in 2007, but that doesn't mean he wasn't excited about the opportunity to reprise the role of Logan Echolls, Neptune, CA's resident bad boy, when series creator Rob Thomas used the power of Kickstarter to make a "Veronica Mars" movie. Dohring started his TV career in the mid-1990s, making one-off appearances on a wide variety of series, including "Baywatch," "Picket Fences," "Roswell," "The Parkers," and "Jag," but it was "Veronica Mars" which gave him as his first series-regular role. After the show wrapped its three-season run, Dohring jumped right back into work, serving as a cast member in CBS's short-lived vampire drama "Moonlight," pulled a recurring role on The CW's "Ringer," and popped up as a guest star on -- among other series -- "CSI," "Lie to Me," and "Supernatural." All the while, however, rumblings »

- Will Harris

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Jason Dohring on Stepping Back Into The Role of Bad Boy Logan Echolls For The 'Veronica Mars' Movie

4 March 2014 7:47 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Jason Dohring hasn't been resting on his laurels since "Veronica Mars" departed The CW's schedule in 2007, but that doesn't mean he wasn't excited about the opportunity to reprise the role of Logan Echolls, Neptune, CA's resident bad boy, when series creator Rob Thomas used the power of Kickstarter to make a "Veronica Mars" movie. Dohring started his TV career in the mid-1990s, making one-off appearances on a wide variety of series, including "Baywatch," "Picket Fences," "Roswell," "The Parkers," and "Jag," but it was "Veronica Mars" which gave him as his first series-regular role. After the show wrapped its three-season run, Dohring jumped right back into work, serving as a cast member in CBS's short-lived vampire drama "Moonlight," pulled a recurring role on The CW's "Ringer," and popped up as a guest star on -- among other series -- "CSI," "Lie to Me," and "Supernatural." All the while, however, rumblings »

- Will Harris

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Krysten Ritter joins NBC's 'Mission Control' pilot; 'Homeland's' Morena Baccarin is a 'Warrior'

22 February 2014 2:00 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

TV news and notes:

- Krysten Ritter is joining the space race. The former "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23" star has taken a lead role in NBC's comedy pilot "Mission Control" as a woman who comes into conflict with a macho astronaut during the run-up to Nasa's missions to the moon in the 1960s. Ritter will also be a producer on the project.

- Now that she's no longer a series regular on "Homeland," Morena Baccarin has found her next TV role. The "Firefly" alum will star in "Warriors," an ABC drama pilot about military doctors and nurses. Her character is a psychiatrist and expert on post-traumatic stress who's also suffering from the disorder following a stint in Afghanistan.

- Noah Wyle may soon be pulling double duty on TNT. The "Falling Skies" star is in talks to join "The Librarians," a series version of the three "Librarian" movies »

- editorial@zap2it.com

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'Fantastic Four' actor cast in ABC immortal pilot

21 February 2014 3:35 PM, PST | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Fantastic Four’s Ioan Gruffudd is taking the starring role in ABC’s drama pilot Forever.

Gruffudd will play New York City’s star medical examiner who is secretly immortal.  Through his investigative work with a police detective and his relationship with his best friend the show will “peel back the layers of Henry’s colorful and long life.”

The show is from writer-producer Matt Miller (Chuck, 666 Park Avenue). In addition to playing Mr. Fantastic, Gruffudd has also starred in The CW’s Ringer and appeared in a couple episodes of Fox’s Glee last year. »

- James Hibberd

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Ioan Gruffudd To Topline ABC Pilot ‘Forever’

21 February 2014 2:06 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Fantastic Four‘s Ioan Gruffudd is set as the lead in ABC’s drama pilot Forever, written by Matthew Miller and directed by Brad Anderson. It centers on Dr. Henry Morgan (Gruffudd), New York City’s star medical examiner. But what no one knows is Henry studies the dead for a reason – he is immortal. His investigative work with Detective Jo Martinez and relationship with best friend Abe (Judd Hirsch) will peel back the layers of Henry’s colorful and long life. Miller exec produces with Dan Lin and Jennifer Gwartz for Wbtv and Lin Pictures. Coincidentally, Gruffudd recently wrapped an indie also titled Forever. In TV, he starred on the CW’s Ringer and did an arc on Fox’s Glee. Repped by ICM Partners, Framework Entertainment and Nelson Davis. »

- NELLIE ANDREEVA

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'Vampire Academy' Director Mark Waters on 'Twilight' Fatigue, Bad Ya Adaptations, and the Russian Tom Cruise

6 February 2014 9:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

"Vampire Academy" director Mark Waters is what you'd call a specialist at movies for and about adolescents. His resume includes the iconic high-school comedy "Mean Girls" as well as "Freaky Friday," "The Spiderwick Chronicles," and the upcoming film adaptation of "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" (the comic, not the TV show). To direct the adaptation of Richelle Mead's best-selling series (about teen vampires at boarding school), Waters -- who once again collaborated with his screenwriter brother Daniel Waters -- decided to stick with the fundamental truth about teens - they take romance and friendship as seriously as life and death. Here's what Waters had to say about vampires, Ya-based movies, and hot Russian actors.

Moviefone: What attracted you to direct "Vampire Academy"?

Mark Waters: It's funny, the whole genre of Ya books being adapted has this thing about them that made them all a little tedious to me; they »

- Sandie Angulo Chen

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Sarah Michelle Gellar Steps Out With Son Rocky—And He Looks Just Like Dad Freddie Prinze, Jr.

24 January 2014 6:43 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It's not often that Sarah Michelle Gellar is photographed with Rocky, her 16-month-year-old son with Freddie Prinze, Jr. But on Wednesday, Jan. 22, the family members were snapped during a coffee run in Santa Monica, Calif.—and the former Ringer star's baby boy is a dead ringer for his famous dad! Gellar, 36, looked casually chic in a cream-colored top and star-print jeans for the Starbucks outing. Rocky looked adorable wearing a striped sea foam green shirt, light gray pants and black Velcro shoes. "Life without Starbucks is not a life I want to imagine," the Crazy Ones star recently joked on Twitter. Two days earlier, Prinze, Jr. took their daughter Charlotte, 4, to the Los Angeles »

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Cast Refreshed For Final "Atlas Shrugged"

22 January 2014 9:45 PM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

The third and final chapter in the independently-produced film trilogy based on Ayn Rand's novel "Atlas Shrugged" has gone into production, and once again all the film's cast members have changed.

Laura Regan ("Mad Men," "Unbreakable") and Rob Morrow ("Northern Exposure") take on the roles of Dagny Taggart and Hank Rearden respectively. They take over from Taylor Schilling and Grant Bowler in the first film, and Samantha Mathis and Jason Beghe in the second.

Joaquim de Almeida ("The Mentalist," "Revolution") takes over from Jsu Garcia and Esai Morales as Francisco d’Anconia, while Eric Allan Kramer has been cast as the modern-day maritime pirate Ragnar Danneskjold.

Kristoffer Polaha ("Ringer," "Devil's Knot") takes on the key role of John Galt himself in the film, the mysterious figure orchestrating a bizarre 'strike' involving the most productive members of society.

This final chapter, entitled "Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?", is planned for a release in September. »

- Garth Franklin

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'Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?' Starts Production With New Cast (Exclusive)

22 January 2014 4:55 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The third installment of the Atlas Shrugged movie trilogy has gone into production without any of the primary cast members from the previous installment, though a complete change of acting talent has been the norm for this politically charged franchise. The film, based on the influential book by Ayn Rand, is titled Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt? In the movie, the answer is that Galt is to be played by Kristoffer Polaha, whose film credits include Devil’s Knot with Reese Witherspoon and TV credits include roles on the CW shows Ringer and Life Unexpected. He also appears in the upcoming Fox show Backstrom,

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- Paul Bond

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Rake TV Review

22 January 2014 3:47 PM, PST | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

The new Fox comedy, Rake, is the next entry in the category of television shows remade from overseas efforts, and while it doesn’t come with all the same hurdles as most similar efforts, it has a tricky road ahead of it. The normal course would be to talk about the differences in comedic styles inherent in moving something across the pond, a problem Fox will soon face when it tries to “Americanize” the beloved, and wonderful, Gavin & Stacey with the upcoming Us & Them. This time, the show is from Australia, originally starred Richard Roxburgh, and aimed for a dark and tragic brand of comedy that was almost completely unique.

Roxburgh was not only brilliant, but brilliantly cast, relaying enough charm and delivering the proper form of wit to keep the character engaging and likable, no matter what he did. A modern version of a frequent side character in Elizabethan »

- Marc Eastman

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Backstrom Lives! Fox Orders Rainn Wilson-Fronted Procedural to Series After CBS Passes

7 January 2014 3:45 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

A high profile casualty of the 2013 pilot season is getting a new lease on life.

Fox has given a 13-episode series order to Backstrom, the hour-long procedural starring Rainn Wilson that CBS passed on last May.

Related | Winter TV Spoiler-palooza! Your Guide to 31 Returning Favorites

Based on a Swedish book series by Leif G.W. Persson and adapted for TV by Bones boss Hart Hanson, the drama (which, coincidentally, is produced by Fox’s corporate sibling Twentieth Century Fox Television) centers on Wilson’s Det. Everett Backstrom, an offensive, irascible detective, as he tries, and fails, to change his self-destructive behavior. »

- Michael Ausiello

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