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The finale of a very gay run of Degrassi episodes begins tonight.
Teen Wolf showrunner Jeff Davis says that season two — with all its Sterek moments — was finished by the time he learned about the fanbase that wants to see Stiles and Derek as a couple. Oh and the time Stiles was lying on top of Derek? The original draft of that scene had.... er, more tongue.
The AVClub brilliantly breaks down the shortcuts reality TV producers take that undermine the genre, including my biggest frustration, the way participants get pigeonholed into a single stereotype. Even better, they use The Amazing Race's Luke and Lakisha — who were essentially closeted by CBS because there was already a gay team..
I Put A Spell On You
Mary J Blige has previously been linked to the role, along with David Oyelowo as Nina's assistant Clifton Henderson, and it was believed the film would focus on their relationship. [Source: The Press Association]
Leigh is to play Cashmere, a former career tribute from District 1, who along with brother Gloss (Alan Ritchson) compete in the Quarter Quell. [Source: THR]
Mulroney will play Steve, the not-quite-who-he-seems businessman fiancé of the family's »
- Garth Franklin
The Emmy-nominated actor and Robot Chicken creator is going to play Lucifer in Delete. Not that Lucifer, but a hacker activist who is described as a cross between Gene Hackman in Enemy Of The State and WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange. Delete is a four-hour miniseries depicting a near future where the World Wide Web has turned on mankind. Green co-stars in Delete with Keir Gilchrist, Matt Frewer, Janet Kidder, Erin Karpluk, Gil Bellows and Ryan Robbins. The miniseries is directed by Steve Barron. Stargate Sg-1 scribes Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie wrote the screenplay. Currently shooting in Vancouver, Delete is being produced by Canada’s Brightlight Pictures, with distribution by Sonar Entertainment. Green, who appeared on Buffy The Vampire Slayer, the Austin Powers movies and does voiceover on Family Guy, among others, is repped by UTA, Koopman Management, and attorney David Weber of Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern, Llp. »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
3 items from 2012