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Julie Plec has become one of the more prolific showrunner/producers during the past few years: With two shows currently on the air (The CW's The Vampire Diaries and spinoff The Originals), a pilot in development (The CW's Cordon), and the 2013 version of The Tomorrow People under her belt, Plec's had her hands full. And now, with Thursday's hour of The Vampire Diaries, "Let Her Go," Plec is adding another title to her list: director. Plec kicks off her directing career with a big hour for the series: following the death of Caroline's (Candice Accola) mother, she and her friends struggle
- Marisa Roffman
For those over 30 years old, Duff means “designated ugly fat friend” and it’s a term that’s about to go mainstream thanks to the new teen comedy starring Mae Whitman (Parenthood) and Robbie Amell (The Flash).
Even though the term may be millennial vernacular, Amell says the feeling is universal. “I feel like everybody has felt like the Duff at some time,” he tells ETonline. “You have to be pretty messed up to think other people were the Duff.”
Watch: Scoop On Firestorm in Next Week's Episode of 'The Flash'
And Amell, who is quite handsome now -- his stunning blue eyes and chiseled abs don’t hurt -- reveals there was a time when he didn’t feel that way. “I had bad skin in high school and that was something that always messed with me and screwed with my confidence,” he says.
“I feel like it’s something personal that you have »
Did Robbie Amell seem a bit different on last week's episode of The Flash? That's because The Tomorrow People alum was playing not one but two different characters, fused into one body! Thanks to F.I.R.E.S.T.O.R.M. and the particle accelerator blast, both Ronnie Raymond (Amell) and Dr. Martin Stein (Victor Garber) have been inhabiting the younger man's body for almost a year, but after the nuclear explosion at the end of last week's episode, the two will finally split and end up back in their own bodies in tonight's episode, "Fallout." So what did the Alias alum think of how Amell portrayed him on the CW superhero drama? "I told him, 'I don't know how you »
It’s been a while since Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. was on our screens, with the impressive Agent Carter mini-series bridging the gap magnificently (unless you live in the UK and can't actually watch it). In the meantime, Marvel’s flagship TV project has been adding some new faces, and confirming some returning ones.
Joining fellow newcomers such as Bladerunner star Edward James Olmos and The Tomorrow People’s Luke Mitchell, Drea de Matteo has now joined the ranks of the comic book espionage drama. As you may already know, Jaimie Alexander’s Lady Sif will also be appearing in the show later this season, in a storyline that sees her with long-term memory loss and no knowledge of Thor or her mission.
Incoming talent Ms de Matteo will play Karla Faye Gideon, »
Ahead of its premiere next month, a second trailer has been released for The Returned, the upcoming remake of the French supernatural drama Les Revenants; check it out below…
The Returned focuses on a small town that is turned upside down when several local people, who have been long presumed dead suddenly reappear, bringing with them both positive and detrimental consequences. As families are reunited, the lives of those who were left behind are challenged on a physical and emotional level. Interpersonal relationships are examined with intrigue and depth as strange phenomena begin to occur.
The Returned premieres on March 9th and stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), Mark Pellegrino (Lost), Jeremy Sisto (Six Feet Under), India Ennenga (Treme), Sandrine Holt (House of Cards), Agnes Bruckner (24), Sophie Lowe (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland), Tandi Wright (Nothing Trivial), Mat Vairo (Revolution), Kevin Alejandro (True Blood), Dylan Kingwell »
- Gary Collinson
Director: Nick Copus
Synopsis: Leonard Snart Aka Captain Cold returns to Central City with a new hotheaded partner in tow – Mick Rory Aka Heat Wave.
After an extremely long hiatus over the Christmas period, The Flash returns today in this spectacular mid-season premiere. Thankfully, the brilliant superhero drama blasts back onto television screens, with the return of Wentworth Miller’s ice-cool villain Captain Cold! (yes I did genuinely just use that Schumacher-esque pun).
Viewers with any prior knowledge regarding this episode, will do doubt be aware that ‘Revenge of The Rogues’ is a very special story for Prison Break fans. I say this of course, because the episode marks the first on-screen reunion between former Prison Break »
- Ben Read
Marvel’s Inhumans aren’t set to get their big screen debut until November 2018, but the concept of genetically-modified, super-powered mutations through the form of Terragenesis will first be explored on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The series has already planted seeds to make Chloe Bennett’s character, Skye, an Inhuman, and now Marvel has added a new Inhuman to the show’s cast.
The Tomorrow People alum Luke Mitchell has hopped on board as “a charismatic Inhuman” named Lincoln, who plays “in important role to play in Skye understanding the true extent of her transformation.” Marvel’s head of television, Jeph Loeb, commented on Mitchell’s casting and on introducing more Inhumans into the series, saying:
“With the revelations surrounding Skye’s true identity in the Winter Finale, we knew we’d be introducing more Inhumans as our story progressed. The charming energy Luke brings to the role will make him »
- James Garcia
The Tomorrow People star Luke Mitchell has signed on to the cast of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., with Marvel.com announcing that the Australian actor is set to play an Inhuman called Lincoln, “who has an important role to play in Skye understanding the true extent of her transformation.”
“With the revelations surrounding Skye’s true identity in the Winter Finale, we knew we’d be introducing more Inhumans as our story progressed,” said Executive Producer and Marvel’s Head of Marvel Television, Jeph Loeb. “The charming energy Luke brings to the role will make him a character to watch as we continue our season.”
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns to ABC on March 3rd. Follow all of our coverage here.
- Gary Collinson
The Inhumans are coming to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and we’re about to get to know a particular one pretty well. As first reported by Marvel.com, The Tomorrow People‘s Luke Mitchell has been cast to play an Inhuman in ABC’s Marvel series when it returns from hiatus in March. According to Marvel, Mitchell will make play “a charismatic Inhuman named Lincoln, who has an important role to play in Skye understanding the true extent of her transformation.” “With the revelations surrounding Skye’s true identity in the Winter Finale, we knew we’d be introducing more Inhumans as our story progressed,” said Jeph Loeb, Marvel’s Head of Marvel Television and an executive producer on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. “The charming energy Luke brings to the role will make him a character to watch as we continue our season.” As mentioned above, Mitchell is most well-known in America »
- Chris King
Warning: spoilers for anyone not up-to-date with Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 2.
Fans have been predicting for a long while that Marvels’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. will eventually tackle the Inhumans, teeing up the concept for a 2018 big screen movie. Anyone who is up-to-date with the show will know that this will begin coming to the fore in the second half of season 2.
Now, we have an actor lined up for an integral Inhuman character – The Tomorrow People actor Luke Mitchell will play Lincoln, “a charismatic Inhuman who will help Skye (Chloe Bennet) understand the true extent of her Inhuman heritage.”
In lieu of conversations with her dad, then, it seems Mr Mitchell, whose Inhuman abilities remain a tantalising secret, will clue in Skye about her origins and abilities.
If you’re after a refresher course on Inhumans, »
Inhumans are coming to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.! Luke Mitchell, of the CW's dearly departed The Tomorrow People, has reportedly been cast as the "charismatic Inhuman Lincoln," oer Deadline's character description, which further confirms the theory that comic book fans have been excited about ever since Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s epic winter finale, in which Skye (Chloe Bennet) appeared to be transforming into something not quite so human. In the Marvel universe, the Inhumans are a race of superhumans that was created by Kree aliens experimenting on primitive humans. Marvel already has an Inhumans movie planned for 2018, so it makes sense that the show could give us a little preview of what's to »
Australian soap "Home and Away" is famous for having a regular 'blond/dyed blond hunk' character. Ryan Kwanten ("True Blood") was that man from 2000-2003, "Thor" star Chris Hemsworth was it from 2004-2006, "Spartacus" actor Todd Lasance took on the part in 2007-2009, and from 2009-2013 it was Luke Mitchell. Today comes word that Mitchell is joining the Marvel universe.
"Agents Of Shield" S2 Spoilers Ahead
"The Tomorrow People" star is joining the cast of ABC's "Marvel's Agents of Shield". Mitchell is set to play Lincoln, a charismatic Inhuman who will help Skye (Chloe Bennet) understand the true extent of her Inhuman heritage.
The Inhumans are a group of genetically enhanced beings created by the Kree alien race - with their powers including increased strength, speed and endurance. The show is expected to lay down the Inhuman mythology ahead of the film in 2018.
"Agents of Shield" returns for the back »
- Garth Franklin
The cast of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. just got a little more Inhuman with the addition of Luke Mitchell! Luke Mitchell will make his debut this season as a charismatic Inhuman named Lincoln, who has an important role to play in Skye understanding the true extent of her transformation. Here's what executive producer and Marvel's Head of Television Jeph Loeb had to say about the character in a statement.
"With the revelations surrounding Skye's true identity in the Winter Finale, we knew we'd be introducing more Inhumans as our story progressed. The charming energy Luke brings to the role that will make him a character to watch as we continue our season."
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is Executive »
RelatedPost Mortem: S.H.I.E.L.D. Bosses Talk Skye’s ‘Glorious’ Moment, [Spoiler]’s Death, Raina’s Fate and More
As first reported by Marvel.com, the Aussie actor is joining the ABC drama as Lincoln, a charismatic Inhuman who has an important role to play in Skye understanding the true extent of her transformation.
As seen in the midseason finale, Skye — upon delivering the obelisk to the underground city — was exposed to Terrigen Mist, triggering her aforementioned transformation. »
Mitchell will play Lincoln, a charismatic Inhuman who has an important role in helping Skye (Chloe Bennet) understand the true extent of her transformation.
The Inhumans, as they are known in the Marvel-verse, are a race of beings that have been genetically enhanced by the Kree, the same alien species from “Guardians of the Galaxy.” It was revealed in “Shield’s” midseason finale that Skye is actually Inhuman Daisy Johnson, aka Quake, and that her father, played by Kyle MacLachlan, is Dr. Calvin Zabo/Mr. Hyde, a villain in the comicbooks.
Developing the Inhumans story in “Shield” comes ahead of Marvel launching an “Inhumans” feature film in 2018.
“Marvel’s Agents of Shield” returns to ABC on March 3 at 9 p.m.
- Shelli Weinstein
“Marvel’s Agents of Shield” is bringing in a new Inhuman character with a big influence on Skye’s (Chloe Bennet) impending transformation. Luke Mitchell will play Lincoln, according to Marvel. He’s described as a charismatic Inhuman who will have an important role to play in Skye’s understanding of the true extent of her transformation. Also Read: Edward James Olmos Joins ABC’s ‘Marvel’s Agents of Shield’ Mitchell last starred on The CW’s short-lived futuristic drama “The Tomorrow People.” Previously, he starred on several well-known Australian series, including “Home and Away,” “H2O: Just Add Water” and “Neighbours. »
- Jethro Nededog
Last year Marvel made the announcement that an Inhumans would make its way into theaters in 2018. It's a lesser known property if you live outside the comics so until then Marvel will be doing what it can to introduce the characters. Some people are hoping to see some characters appear in Avengers: Age Of Ultron this May and now Luke Mitchell, who starred in the CW’s show The Tomorrow People, has been cast as an Inhuman named Lincoln on Agents of Shield. »
- Graham McMorrow
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Hogan will play Otto Gerhardt, a first generation immigrant from Germany who took over his father’s small trucking business and, through a mix of brutality and sheer will, turned it into a criminal empire that spans the upper Midwest. But he recently had a stroke and is now confined to a wheelchair, »
- Tim Kenneally and Jeff Sneider
How is Once Upon a Time turning the tables? Will a Grey’s Anatomy secret keep? How will Sweets return on Bones? Who’s in a “bad place” on The Following? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
Is there any chance for Captain Swan scoop from Once Upon a Time? I miss them dearly! –Sarah
Series cocreator Adam Horowitz tells me that when Season 4B arrives on March 1, “The tables are turned” for the Storybrooke lovebirds when “Hook, after having Emma return his heart, will now have to fight to protect Emma’s heart. »
This week on The CW’s The Flash, as Central City weathered both a nasty cold front and a gnarly heat wave, the scarlet speedster (as well as Cisco) lent a helping hand. Meanwhile, Caitlin made a curious discovery about her “dead” fiance’s new name.
“Revenge of the Rogues,” perhaps more than any episode to date, played like a live-action comic book – which is a good, good thing. As previously chronicled on these pages, I’ve always been a fan of the comics’ Captain Cold, so every moment in which Wentworth Miller let loose with the cold gun was pure joy. »
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