VideosChicago Med Stars Teases Dr. Charles’ Fate, New Romance Drama in Season 3
“We start the season with a big court case that has to do with what happened to Charles, and we’ll see Philip Winchester back [as Assistant State’s Attorney Peter Stone] from [Chicago] Justice,” Nick Gehlfuss, who plays Dr. Will Halstead, tells TVLine.
Last May’s violent cliffhanger throws everyone in the hospital into turmoil, as they each cope in their own way.
The Dick Wolf medical drama returns for its long-awaited third season
Nov. 21, and The Hollywood Reporter has an exclusive first look at the new season.
As the video hints, the premiere picks up in the aftermath of the shooting of Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt). On a more upbeat note, the series will resume with not one but two new romantic pairings: Dr. Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) and Dr. Manning (Torrey DeVitto), as well as Dr. Choi (Brian Tee) and April (Yaya DaCosta).
Season three brings a few offscreen changes for the...
Famous mamas like Hilary Duff, Gisele Bündchen, Jennifer Lopez and more got real on Instagram and Twitter, sharing snaps of themselves with their kids alongside heartfelt messages about what being a mom has meant to them.
Not absent from the mom tributes were tons of celebrity dads, like Justin Timberlake, Orlando Bloom and Thomas Rhett, expressing their gratitude to the women who helped make them fathers.
“To the multitasking moms out there making it all work #HappyMothersDay!” Nicole Richie posted a hilarious throwback
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift is the best Fast and Furious movie. I hold this truth to be self-evident. And that’s my piece for this week. Thanks for coming out. I kid! Just give me about twelve miles of runway to make my case.
Justin Lin crosses into a world of intoxicating coolness. Without that atmosphere, it’s impossible to understand why anyone would get involved with the Yakuza. The neon revelry in Tokyo is painfully lush. I
Chicago – Of the pop culture gatherings in the Chicagoland area, nothing provides the sheer fun of today’s comic-inspired TV shows and movies like “Heroes & Villains Fest” and “Walker Stalker Con.” Not only is there an opportunity to meet the performers who star in the shows and movies, but the H&V Fest is also an interactive hero experience, with zip lines, obstacle course and safe archery, and is paired with Walker Stalker Con, which has a horror, sci-fi and fantasy theme. TV shows like “Gotham,” “Arrow,” “Agents of Shield,” “The Walking Dead” and movies like “Superman Returns,” “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “Hellboy” will all be represented. The next H&V/Walker Stalker event is March 25th and and 26th, 2017, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois. (detail link below).
To give you an example
– Neon, the recently launched distribution company founded by Tom Quinn and Tim League, will release Oscar winning director Errol Morris’ “The B-Side,” a heartfelt portrait of photographer, Elsa Dorfman. The film premiered at the Telluride Film Festival in 2016 followed by a prestigious festival run, screening at the Toronto International Film Festival, New York Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival and the International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam (Idfa).
The film is slated to open theatrically on June 2.
– Gravitas Ventures has secured worldwide rights to “Mission Control: The Unsung Heroes of Apollo,” the compelling untold story about an extraordinary team.
The story is told told “with unprecedented access to archival footage and stories from the men who lived it, including the creator of Mission Control,
In light of recent reports suggesting the superhero movie’s potential existence, Yen’s fans have begun Tweeting photos of the popular actor alongside comic book stills of the character, which the martial arts actor has Re-Tweeted throughout the day. That doesn’t necessarily mean he’s ruthlessly gunning for the job, but it does suggest that he’s, at the very least, interested in the project.
Speaking to Collider, producer Andrew Form has reflected on the disappointing returns for Out of the Shadows, stating that they were happy with how the movie turned out, and aren’t quite sure why it failed to find an audience.
“We were obviously surprised at the box office results. We loved the movie,” said Form. “We loved making the movie. From our first Super Bowl teaser to everything we launched, we felt so good about our material,
The party was meant to primarily celebrate “Chicago Fire” reaching its 100th episode which wrapped shooting recently and airs later this year. But it was the spinoff “Chicago Justice” that was the subject of much conversation (besides the Cubs heading to the World Series, of course).
Wolf mentioned that “Chicago Justice” will premiere after Christmas but has yet to announce its exact air date. When asked what “Chicago Justice” brings to the growing franchise, actress Monica Barbaro who will play a whip smart Assistant State’s Attorney said, “It’s a true procedural. You can pick up anywhere in the season. I don’t think the other shows do that. You have to really know the characters.”
After the team finds a young man beaten near to death, Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) and Atwater (Laroyce Hawkins) rush him to Chicago Med. With Nathan in the care of Chicago Med's Ethan Choi (Brian Tee), the race is on to locate his fiancee Sarah, who was nowhere to be found.
The fact that she's a young Caucasian woman missing from a predominantly African-American neighborhood only adds pressure to the situation, as does the fact that Nathan is nowhere near as innocent as he appeared.
Chicago already has enough of a PR nightmare.
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