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First Photo of Danny Trejo in From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series

Throughout his career, Danny Trejo's played a wide range of intimidating characters that steal scenes with their powerful presences, and his upcoming role as The Regulator in Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series looks to be no exception.

Press Release -- "El Rey Network and Miramax released a first-look image of "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" featuring Danny Trejo (Machete, Machete Kills) in his new role as"The Regulator," a horrifying agent of evil who is summoned to perform a deadly errand. Trejo appeared in the "From Dusk Till Dawn" film franchise as "Razor Charlie." Currently in production on its sophomore season, "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" is slated to return late Summer 2015.

Trejo has had a prolific career in the entertainment industry, yet his road to success has been hard earned and anything but typical, spanning imprisonment to helping young people battle drug addiction,
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'RoboCops', 'Justice League' and Clive Barker Get Machinima Webseries

Machinima's debut at the Digital Content Newfronts was nothing short of "heroic" as they unveiled a programming slate designed to elevate and celebrate a global community of gamer, comic and hero fans. Partnerships with Blue Ribbon Content and DC Entertainment, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Clive Barker, Roberto Orci and Bunim/Murray Productions, along with some of Machinima's leading creator talent, showcase Machinima's commitment to developing content across all genres, formats and platforms. Here's what Machinima CEO Chad Gutstein had to say in a statement.

"Fandom and gaming engenders so much passion and engagement; it's a cultural shift uniquely connecting with the most valuable millennials. It's this deep connection to our audience that has made Machinima the ninth largest video entertainment platform in the United States, and the second most watched programmer on YouTube. With our new slate, we are reminding our fans and our clients of one very important fact: Machinima is back!
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'From Dusk Till Dawn' Season 2 Brings in Danny Trejo

'From Dusk Till Dawn' Season 2 Brings in Danny Trejo
El Rey Network and Miramax announced today that Danny Trejo (Machete, Machete Kills) has joined the sophomore season of Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series. Trejo has been cast in the roll of "The Regulator," a horrifying agent of evil who has been summoned to perform a deadly errand. Trejo appeared in the From Dusk Till Dawn film franchise as "Razor Charlie."

Trejo has had a prolific career in the entertainment industry, yet his road to success has been hard earned and anything but typical, spanning imprisonment to helping young people battle drug addiction, to acting and producing. Trejo has starred in dozens of films including Desperado, Heat, the From Dusk Till Dawn film series, Con Air, Once Upon A Time In Mexico, the Spy Kids movies, Grindhouse, Machete, Machete Kills, Dead in Tombstone and Muppets Most Wanted. He can be heard as The Voice of Skeleton
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Danny Trejo to Appear in From Dusk Till Dawn Season 2

Given his relationship with Robert Rodriguez, it may be more surprising that he didn't appear in the first season. However, it has been officially announced that Danny Trejo will be appearing in Season 2 of From Dusk Till Dawn as a new villain known as The Regulator:

"Austin, TX- March 11, 2015 -- El Rey Network and Miramax announced today that Danny Trejo (Machete, Machete Kills) has joined the sophomore season of Robert Rodriguez's "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series."  Trejo has been cast in the roll of "The Regulator," a horrifying agent of evil who has been summoned to perform a deadly errand. Trejo appeared in the "From Dusk Till Dawn" film franchise as "Razor Charlie."

Trejo has had a prolific career in the entertainment industry, yet his road to success has been hard earned and anything but typical, spanning imprisonment to helping young people battle drug addiction, to acting and producing.
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The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: Volume 3: Fruit Wars Coming to DVD Sept. 17

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The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: Volume 3: Fruit Wars Coming to DVD Sept. 17
Annoying Orange” got its start on YouTube, and it’s going strong on it’s new broadcasting home, Cartoon Network. If you’re a fan of the show, The Collective and Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment have announced that “The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange: Volume 3: Fruit Wars” will be released Sept. 17. The show, developed and produced by entertainment management and production company The Collective, “Annoying Orange” web series creator Dane Boedigheimer and Tom Sheppard (Emmy® Award-winning writer for “Pinky and the Brain”), stars Toby Turner as the Annoying Orange’s human friend Nerville in this 10-episode volume from Season One. The volume also includes special guests such as Eddy Izzard, Felicia Day, [ Read More ]

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Tubefilter’s Guide To San Diego Comic-Con 2013

From Thursday, July 18th to Sunday, July 21st, the world's most fervent nerds will descend on the San Diego Convention Center for the 44th annual Comic-Con. Among many other presenters, the online video community will be out in full force over the four days. Here are some events to check out: Thursday Cartoon Network: Annoying Orange 12:45-1:45 Room 6De The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange has been, without a doubt, the most successful TV program based on a web series, and its creator and stars are ready to do a happy dance. Literally. At this panel, there will be a musical number and a 'Toby Turner dance', along with many other fruit-related tidbits from Dane Boedingheimer, iJustine, and others. Ghost Ghirls: A Behind-the-Scenes Paranormal Experience with Jack Black 1-2 Indigo Ballroom, Hilton San Diego Bayfront Jack Black's Yahoo web series, Ghost Ghirls, has been in production for seven months,
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Felicia Day Will Play A Ginger (Get It?) On ‘Annoying Orange’ TV Show

The second season of Cartoon Network's The High Fructose Adventures Of Annoying Orange has only just begun, but the guest stars are already rolling in. In the upcoming fourth installment of the new batch of episodes, Felicia Day will return to the series, playing an anthropomorphic ginger root. Get it? Day previously appeared on Annoying Orange as Peach, a character who has also been voiced by Shira Lazar in the web series version of the show. Playing a ginger is, however, more fitting more Day; if there's one thing Annoying Orange loves, it's incredibly groan-inducing puns. Other YouTube notables, such as iJustine and Toby Turner, continue to have regular roles on the program, which made the jump to TV in 2012. Annoying Orange continues to draw strong ratings for Cartoon Network, showing that the people who made the web series a smash hit also have access to TVs

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‘Annoying Orange’ Gets A Juicy Second Season On Cartoon Network

The world's most notable anthropomorphic fruit is continuing to make it big on TV. The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange, Cartoon Network's TV adaptation of Dane Boedigheimer's mind-bogglingly popular web series, will return for a second season, which will debut at 7:30 Est on May 16th. The first TV season of Annoying Orange averaged close to two million views an episode, making it one of the most popular cable programs in its timeslot. It was particularly popular with boys ages 6-14, which is not a surprise given the young age of its YouTube audience. Season two will once against center around the titular orange, voiced by Boedigheimer, and will undoubtedly feature many, many fruit puns. Popular YouTubers Toby Turner and iJustine will return as members of the main cast, as will noted voice actors such as Jim Cummings and Tom Kenny. Season one featured many recurring and guest stars,
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YouTube Releases Epic Video Collaboration to Recap 2012 #Rewind

Question: What do Psy, Walk Off the Earth, AlphaCat, KassemG, Daily Grace, DeStorm, Mystery Guitar Man, Dave Days, Pyrobooby, The Annoying Orange, Barely Political, Freddie Wong, Corridor Digital, Rhett and Link, Smosh, Felicia Day, Chester See, iJustine, Epic Meal Time, Hannah Hart, Jenna Marbles, Shit Girls Say, JuicyStar07, GloZell, ClevverTV, SmoshGames, and Ryan Higa (and probably a few more) have in common? Answer: They’re all part of this epic YouTube collaboration celebrating the most viewed YouTube videos of 2012. Rewind YouTube Style 2012 is the latest iteration of YouTube’s #Rewind video. It’s a condensed look at what videos the world watched most on the world’s most-watched online video sharing platform over the past 12 months. The 2011 version of #Rewind was straightforward. But this year the producers that be at YouTube forewent a simple series of clips for their year-end vid in favor of a 4:15 music video that packs
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‘Annoying Orange’ TV Premiere Gets 2.6 Million Viewers

The High Fructose Adventure of the Annoying Orange debuted on Cartoon Network on Monday, June 11. The cable television iteration of the original web series created by Dane Boedigheimer and starring talking fruit with punny senses of humor leveraged its online predecessor’s over one billion views, 2.4+ million YouTube subscribers, 10.8+ million Facebook fans, and 260,00+ Twitter followers to become the #1 rated telecast in the 8:30Pm time slot among kids 2 to 11, 6 to 11 (which is a separate demographic advertisers like to use even though the same age group is encompassed in the kids 2 to 11), 9 to 14, and all boys. All those kids in all those demos contributed to a total of over 2.6 million viewers for The Annoying Orange’s television premiere on Cartoon Network. By comparison, the latest regular installment of the Annoying Orange on YouTube has racked up just over 1 million views in the past week. The “full-service entertainment management, media and content
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“Hey, Apple!” The Annoying Orange is coming to Cartoon Network

What started out as just another web video for Dane Boedigheimer back in 2009 has built him a mini-empire, which will soon include a half-hour series on Cartoon Network. The Annoying Orange, which debuts at 8:30pm June 11, will showcase the verbose fruit who delights in tormenting his fellow foodstuffs with his intrusive high-pitched greetings like “Hey! Hey, Apple!” It’s all profoundly silly, and Boedigheimer — better known by his online handle Daneboe — knows it. Expanding the quickie shorts into episodes that will consist of two 11-minute segments has been a surprisingly smooth process so far, he says. It [...]
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‘The Annoying Orange’ Joins the Billion Views Club

The Annoying Orange is the latest online video property to join the exclusive Billion Views Club. Dane Boedigheimer’s animated, live-action still lifes featuring the punny kitchen antics of anthropomorphic fruit with irritating senses of humor crossed the 10-figure viewcount threshold sometime earlier this month. Orange’s friends came together to poke fun at the wisecrackin’ piece of citrus in celebrity roast in celebration of the milestone. And if some of the voices of those roasting friends in the video below sound familiar, that’s because they belong to some of the biggest names on YouTube. Boedigheimer wrangled iJustine, The Fine Brothers, Kassem G, Tobuscus, Mystery Guitarman, Barats and Bereta, Greg Benson, Smosh, DeStorm, Richard Ryan, Shaycarl, Lauren Francesca, Buck Hollywood, and a few more individuals with substantial online followings to channel edible household items and say a few words. And here are the words Boedigheimer had for the occasion:
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'Annoying Orange' hits one billion views... and gets roasted! -- Exclusive Video

The original “Annoying Orange” video debuted on YouTube in late 2009 and instantly became a runaway viral sensation. Unlike most runaway viral sensations, though, “Orange” has actually managed to maintain its popularity — the series recently hit the YouTube milestone of 1 billion collective views. Check out an exclusive clip from the upcoming celebration video, in which the titular talkative fruit gets his very own Charlie Sheen-esque roast.

We talked to “Orange” creator Dane Boedigheimer — who also provides the voice of Orange — about the series’ success, and also got a little information about the upcoming Cartoon Network series.

Entertainment Weekly: Congratulations on hitting the billion-page view mark.
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(Bitter) Sweet Freedom: New media props up cheap hits, but at what cost?

The Roman Empire was brutal, repressive, tyrannical, corrupt, morally bankrupt… Well, nothing’s perfect, right? After all, the Empire’s collapse after 700 years didn’t bring freedom or reformation, but the Dark Ages – disease, ignorance, witch trials, book burnings, illiteracy, and all that other bad stuff which made the Dark Ages so damned dark.

It’s like that line in Monty Python’s Life of Brian: a Jewish revolutionary group is plotting the overthrow of their Roman overseers, and ringleader John Cleese declares, “After all, what’ve the Romans ever done for us?”

After which Cleese’s followers offer a shopping list – a long shopping list – of the benefits of Roman occupation. An exasperated Cleese finally concedes/concludes with, “All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?”

To
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‘Annoying Orange’ Toys and Tees in Toys “R” Us and JCPenney

Fans of YouTube’s most favorite anthropomorphic fruit with a penchant for puns will be able to catch his kitchen antics on television screens sometime in the first half of 2012. Cartoon Network picked up a 15-episode order of The Annoying Orange TV series from creator Dane Boedigheimer and “full-service entertainment management, media and content production company” The Collective back in November. As Boedigheimer told us, ““Basically the plan is to really take advantage of TV’s longer format and expand the Ao world way beyond what it is on YouTube…really dive into the characters and their personalities.” But television and Cartoon Network aren’t the only places to which The Annoying Orange is expanding. You can currently find the irritating little guy in your local neighborhood Toys “R” Us and JCPenney. The Collective teamed up with toymaker The Bridge Direct (the same company that makes miniature likenesses of Justin Bieber,
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‘Annoying Orange’ Picked Up By Cartoon Network

The news of a TV series based on one of YouTube’s most popular series, The Annoying Orange, has been out there for over a year. But today came word just where that show is going to live, as Cartoon Network picked up creator Dane Boedigheimer’s six-episode longer form animated version. Management company and production house The Collective partnered with Boedigheimer to produce six episodes of The Annoying Orange animated TV comedy series. The episodes come complete with A-list cartoon talent, including Tom Sheppard (Pinky and the Brain) handling writing responsibilities, Conrad Vernon (co-director of Monsters and Aliens, Shrek 2) executive producing, and Malcom McDowell lending his voice to one of the characters. Release date is not yet set, though sometime in the first half of next year is what we are hearing. The online version will continue on their YouTube channel, with its 2.2 million subscribers still a very fertile platform for the franchise.
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Cartoon Network Acquires The Annoying Orange TV Show!

Seven million-plus Facebook fans and fifty-million-plus YouTube subscribers cheered at today's news that the online comedy hit The Annoying Orange would make the leap to TV as a new animated series on the Cartoon Network. The Collective and executive producer Conrad Vernon first started working last spring on animated shows based on the YouTube skit and Variety reported today that Cartoon Network ordered 30 11-minute shows to air alongside its quarter-hour shows Adventure Time and Regular Show starting next summer. “It’s fair to say that there’s not been a property before this that comes with this kind of success in another medium,” Rob Sorcher, chief content officer for Cartoon Network, told Variety.
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Cartoon Network Acquires The Annoying Orange TV Show!

Seven million-plus Facebook fans and fifty-million-plus YouTube subscribers cheered at today's news that the online comedy hit The Annoying Orange would make the leap to TV as a new animated series on the Cartoon Network. The Collective and executive producer Conrad Vernon first started working last spring on animated shows based on the YouTube skit and Variety reported today that Cartoon Network ordered 30 11-minute shows to air alongside its quarter-hour shows Adventure Time and Regular Show starting next summer. “It’s fair to say that there’s not been a property before this that comes with this kind of success in another medium,” Rob Sorcher, chief content officer for Cartoon Network, told Variety.

YouTube Hit ‘The Annoying Orange’ Coming to TV

The seven million Facebook fans and fifty-million-plus YouTube subscribers celebrated today’s news that the online comedy hit The Annoying Orange would make the leap to TV as a new animated series. As reported by Deadline, The Collective and executive producer Conrad Vernon partnered to produce six half-hour animated shows based on the YouTube skit. The Collective, which represents Annoying Orange creator Dane Boedigheimer and Tom Sheppard, also worked on the web series Fred.
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