5 items from 2012
It was a moment four seasons in the making, and one everyone agreed could no longer be avoided. But what lies in wait now that Castle & Beckett have spent the night in each other's post-coital arms? A lot of cheeky comedy according to star Stana Katic.
She was positively giddy while discussing the chain of events that gets kicked off with tonight's season premiere -- an episode that also serves up a pretty sizable clue in Kate's ongoing search for her mother's murderer!
Stana Katic: Good! [laughs] We just couldn't drag that tension out any more and have people stay invested in the relationship. These characters had gone through so much and it was time. I think it was a good payoff and the fans seemed to like it, which is always »
If you don't know the name Isaiah Mustasfa, you most certainly know his work (which can be seen here, and here, and, aw heck, just take the whole channel) and his most famous moniker (which is the Old Spice Guy). He played the titular character in an ingenious ad campaign by Wieden and Kennedy that ranks amongst the most successful interactive and online video marketing platforms of the YouTube, Twitter, and internet age. But Mustafa’s now ready to show online video audiences he can play fully-clothed parts in online video programs where the characters aren't conceived by looking at the covers of Norah Hess novels and watching a lot of Brad Neely. Mustafa is one of the latest additions to the Hulu’s daily web series, The Morning After, where he replaces Brian Kimmet as the male host. The first episode featuring Mustafa makes it clear from the opening »
- Sam Gutelle
As if Stan Lee wasn’t busy enough, he’s apparently been involved in digital content development, the full scope of which will be revealed tomorrow during a panel discussion at Comic-Con International. The breakdown of properties, though, was released in advance of the formal announcement and since one of our pals is involved, we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss this news.
Vuguru and Pow! Entertainment unveil the premium YouTube channel Stan Lee’s World of Heroes at a panel in Room 6Bcf at 11:45 a.m. with a panel including Mark Hamill, Adrianne Curry, Peter David, Jace Hall, Bonnie Burton and America Young. The programming schedule includes:
Stan Lee’s Super Model (scripted action comedy) – From Stan Lee, two aspiring models Bree and Sera and blogger friend Lizzie, are accidentally exposed to a mysterious serum that grants them super powers. Their newfound powers wreak havoc on »
- Robert Greenberger
Should we start calling Paradise “Stars Hollow West”?
Gunn’s Bunheads character, Bash (short for Sebastian), is an award-winning barista who has a reputation for brewing some damn fine joe. (Luke would be so proud.)
- Kimberly Roots
Cable TV is one of the first things to go for the cash-strapped. This doesn't mean a lack of access to television shows, however, as services such as Netflix and Hulu dominate the online TV marketplace. Last month, while touting $420 million in earnings last year and a video subscription service that is growing faster than that of any of its competitors, Hulu also discussed plans to continue to invest in original programming. It has committed to several new shows slated for later this year and early 2013, with such names as Seth Meyers and Adrian Grenier already attached.Hulu previously tested the waters of original programming with the recently debuted political drama "Battleground" and "The Morning After," a pop-culture-based project cast by Cathy Henderson-Martin. Now, it has announced, it'll be taking on Meyers' cheeky superhero series "The Awesomes," about an unlikely do-gooder navigating treacherous paparazzi and villain-infested streets, and "We »
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5 items from 2012
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