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‘Funny Boy’ Actress Agam Darshi Sets Feature Directorial Debut With Family Dramedy ‘Donkeyhead’

‘Funny Boy’ Actress Agam Darshi Sets Feature Directorial Debut With Family Dramedy ‘Donkeyhead’
Exclusive: Agam Darshi, who was most recently seen in Deepa Mehta’s coming-of-age film Funny Boy and can be seen in Ava DuVernay’s forthcoming HBO Max series Dmz, is set to make her directorial debut with the family dramedy Donkeyhead. Principal photography started in Regina, Saskatchewan on January 18. It is slated for release later this year.

Directed, written by and starring Darshi, DonkeyHead follows Mona (Darshi), a thirty-something woman who returns to her traditional Sikh family home in order to sort things out in her messy life. However, what starts as something temporary turns into seven years after her father is diagnosed with cancer. When his health suddenly takes a turn for the worst her three successful siblings played by Stephen Lobo (Travelers), Sandy Sidhu (Nurses) and Huse Madhavj (Schitt’s Creek) come home, determined to take care of the situation. Through quirky family dynamics, things quickly unravel as
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Arrowverse Fans Are Divided Over Stephen Amell’s Spectre

“Crisis on Infinite Earths” finally returns to our screens in less than a week, with the final two parts of the ginormous Arrowverse crossover airing on The CW next Tuesday. To mark its arrival, the network released a new poster for the event a couple of days ago that gave us our first look at Oliver Queen in his latest guise. Once again, he’s had to become something else, someone else. No, not the Green Arrow, but supernatural superhero the Spectre.

The merging of the Emerald Archer and the avenging spirit has been a highly anticipated development of the climax of “Crisis,” but now that we’ve seen him in costume as the Spectre, not all fans are blown away by his look. Sure, it’s awesome that Ollie’s alive again, but couldn’t they have made his new suit a bit… better?

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Crisis On Infinite Earths Poster Reveals First Look At Stephen Amell’s Spectre

After a month’s break, “Crisis on Infinite Earths” is finally set to return in exactly one week’s time. And ahead of the conclusion of the mega DC TV event, The CW has now dropped yet another poster for the crossover.

As well as bringing the Arrowverse’s heroes together, it’s most notable for giving us our first look at Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen in his new guise as the Spectre. Overlooking the Super-Friends, meanwhile, is the evil Anti-Monitor (Lamonica Garrett).

Under his right arm, we have Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez), Alex Danvers (Chyler Leigh), Dreamer (Nicole Maines), Heatwave (Dominic Purcell) and Lex Luthor (Jon Cryer). Beneath his other arm, there’s Frost (Danielle Panabaker), Martian Manhunter (David Harewood), Diggle (David Ramsey), Nash Wells (Tom Cavanagh), Ryan Choi (Osric Chau) and Atom (Brandon Routh). Then, at the front of the group are the leading heroes: White Canary
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New Crisis On Infinite Earths Promo Teases Oliver Queen’s Return

The very first episode of “Crisis on Infinite Earths” killed off Stephen Amell’s Oliver Queen, with the Emerald Archer sacrificing his life in order to save a million extra people from the dying Earth-38. However, this being the DC universe, it’s likely not the end of the Green Arrow. Something that’s heavily teased in this new trailer for Part 4, which arrives on The CW in a few weeks.

The 30-second promo sets up the high-stakes new status quo: with just a handful of heroes still alive in the multiverse, they’re now giving the evil Anti-Monitor (Lamonica Garrett) all they’ve got. And, somehow, they’ll be joined by the late Oliver. In one clip, we see him throwing punch after punch at an unknown enemy – this doesn’t seem to be the Anti-Monitor, either – with the voiceover featuring the vigilante saying: “My entire life prepared me for this fight.
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Crisis On Infinite Earths To Feature At Least Six Surprise Characters

There’s been some discussion from fans about whether too much has been revealed in the run-up to “Crisis on Infinite Earths.” With the Arrowverse crossover due to see the entire multiverse at threat, many iconic faces from across DC history are dropping by for either key supporting roles or cameos. A significant number have been already officially confirmed, too, which has left some upset that these surprises have been spoiled.

But maybe we don’t have anything to worry about, as Ep Marc Guggenheim has now promised that there’s plenty more where they came from. In an interview with IndieWire, the producer revealed that there are at least six surprise characters involved in the first three episodes of the event alone that fans have no idea about.

“I like how there are at least six characters who appear in the first three hours that we haven’t announced.
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First Look At Jim Corrigan In Crisis On Infinite Earths

Not only will “Crisis on Infinite Earths” be bringing together virtually every familiar face in the Arrowverse, but it’ll also introduce a couple of new heroes, as well. Osric Chau is joining the franchise, for instance, as Ryan Choi Aka the second Atom, while Stephen Lobo is also being brought on board to play cop Jim Corrigan, who’s destined to become the supernatural superhero the Spectre. Speaking of which, The CW has just revealed our first look at the character.

Around since the Golden Age, Corrigan’s story usually involves him being murdered on the job and then resurrected when he becomes the host for an all-powerful spirit of vengeance known as the Spectre. This image only shows us Corrigan in his human form, so it seems as if he’s not the Spectre by the time “Crisis” begins. However, the odds are high that he’ll perish
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Crisis on Infinite Earths casts The Spectre

The cast of The CW’s big DC crossover Crisis on Infinite Earths continues to expand, with IGN reporting that Stephen Lobo (Supernatural) has been cast in the role of Detective Jim Corrigan, a.k.a. The Spectre. “Fans of the Crisis on Infinite Earths comic know the Spectre plays a pivotal role,” states Arrowverse executive producer Marc […]

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Supernatural Alum Stephen Lobo Cast As The Spectre For Crisis On Infinite Earths

Though the inclusion of the Spectre in the upcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover event should’ve been obvious to all, it’s not something I’d really thought much about until this week. After all, one can’t be too sure of which DC Comics characters The CW will gain license to, but now we know we’ll be given yet another nod to the rich source material.

Earlier this week, Arrow star Stephen Amell dropped a cryptic Tweet causing some to speculate that he would indeed wind up playing the Spectre himself. As it turns out, we didn’t need to wait very long at all for the matter to be cleared up, for another actor has landed the gig.

To be more specific, Stephen Lobo has been cast as Jim Corrigan, one of several identities of the Spectre in comic book lore. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim didn
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Crisis on Infinite Earths Adds The Spectre

Jim Dandy Oct 16, 2019

Supernatural vet Stephen Lobo joins the Crisis as potentially one of its pivotal characters: the Spectre.

Big casting news out of the Crisis team, as it was announced today that Stephen Lobo of Supernatural fame would be joining the enormous CW DC crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths. His character is a very interesting choice.

According to IGN, Lobo will be playing Jim Corrigan. Corrigan was introduced in 1942, in the aptly named More Fun Comics, where he was murdered on his way to his own engagement party, stuffed in a barrel of concrete, and tossed in a river. He was sent back to Earth to exact vengance on his murderers and...wait a second is he just Spawn?

Corrigan later became a conduit for John Ostrander, one of the co-creators of the modern incarnation of the Suicide Squad and one of the most underrated comic writers of the last 30 years,
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‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ Officially Adds The Spectre to Its Huge DC Comics Cast

I say this with all due respect to Anthro the Cave-Boy but at this point, if you are a DC Comics character even tangentially related to "Crisis on Infinite Earths" and you haven't yet been cast in The CW's big live-action adaptation, what was it all for? IGN is here with the latest of many, many familiar names who have officially been added to the five-part epic: Supernatural actor Stephen Lobo will play Detective Jim Corrigan, better known to DC enthusiasts as The Spectre. “Fans of the Crisis on Infinite Earths comic know the Spectre
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Stephen Lobo Cast as Jim Corrigan for ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’

Add another character to the growing roster of Arrowverse’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover, as Stephen Lobo has been cast as Jim Corrigan. It seems like “Crisis on Infinite Earths” will already have every superhero from every universe imaginable in it, and it is certainly well on its way to becoming the most anticipated crossover […]

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Travelers: Season Two Casts Enrico Colantoni, Stephen Lobo, and Amanda Tapping

Travelers has some new company. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Enrico Colantoni (pictured, left), Stephen Lobo, and Amanda Tapping (pictured, right) have joined season two of the science fiction series.The sci-fi drama follows a team of time-traveling operatives who are sent back into the bodies of 21st century individuals in order to prevent the collapse of society. The cast includes Eric McCormack, Jared Abrahamson, Nesta Cooper, Reilly Dolman, Patrick Gilmore, and MacKenzie Porter. Canadian network Showcase and have already renewed the series for a second season.Read More…
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‘Dead Rising: Endgame’ Review

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Stars: Jesse Metcalfe, Keegan Connor Tracy, Jessica Harmon, Dennis Haysbert, Marie Avgeropoulos, Teach Grant, Dakota Guppy, Stephen Lobo, Curtis Lum, Lee Majdoub, Luvia Petersen, Sandy Robson, Heather Roop, Patrick Sabongui | Written by Michael Ferris, Tim Carter | Directed by Pat Williams

There are a plethora of really shitty movies based on video games being released each year. None of them holding a candle to the source material it is based on. However each and every time I get suckered in because I want to be impressed by these attempts, as a movie fan and a gamer I need to be impressed. And let’s be honest, the premise of the Dead Rising games is just about absurd enough to work as a movie and with this being the second outing well have they learnt.

Based on the worldwide smash-hit video game series, Dead Rising: Endgame is the sequel to last years
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Continuum, The Series Finale "Final Hour" Teaser

A detective from the year 2077 finds herself trapped in present day Vancouver and searching for ruthless criminals from the future. Starring: Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen and Stephen Lobo. Continuum "Final Hour; airs tonight on Showcase (Canada) tonight at 9Pm and next Friday on SyFy (USA). Season four consists of only six episodes this year. Continuum has also been released in comic book form as Continuum The War Files; an eight part mini series.
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Continuum The Final Season, Episode Five "The Desperate Hours" Teaser

A detective from the year 2077 finds herself trapped in present day Vancouver and searching for ruthless criminals from the future. Starring: Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen and Stephen Lobo. Continuum "The Desperate Hours" airs tonight on Showcase (Canada) tonight at 9Pm and next Friday on SyFy (USA). Season four consists of just six episodes. Continuum has also been released in comic book form as Continuum The War Files; an eight part mini series.
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Continuum The Final Season, Episode Four "Zero Hour" Teaser

Kiera and Brad's trust reaches the breaking point when he seems more in step with the future soldiers plan than with her. Starring: Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen and Stephen Lobo. Continuum airs tonight on Syfy. Continuum has also been released in comic book form as Continuum The War Files; an eight part mini series. Season four consists of just six episodes and after that there is talk of it going onward as new comic book series or in animated form set in the Continuum universe.
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Continuum: Season Four Ratings

Last season saw the ratings for the Continuum TV show drop nearly 30% when compared to the second season's Syfy numbers. It's been decided that the shortened fourth season will be the series' last. Will it go out with high or low ratings? Will execs wish there was fifth season or regret that it didn't end sooner? Stay tuned.

Continuum revolves around a female police officer (Rachel Nichols) from the future who gets caught up in a conflict that spans between 2012 and 2077. The cast also includes Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen, Roger Cross, Stephen Lobo, Lexa Doig, Omari Newton, Luvia Petersen, Brian Markinson, Jennifer Spence, and Richard Harmon.

The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes
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Continuum The Final Season, Series Four Trailer

"Lost Hours" is the premiere episode of the fourth season of the Canadian TV series Continuum, and the series' 37th episode overall. The first episode was released online two weeks early on August 21 Starring: Rachel Nichols, Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen and Stephen Lobo. LEEE777 - The Fourth and Final season of Continuum will begin airing on September 4th, on Showcase (Canada) and September 11th, on Syfy in the States. Continuum has also been released in comic book form as Continuum The War Files; an eight part mini series. Season four consists of just six episodes and after that there is talk of it going onward as new comic book series or in animated form set in the Continuum universe.
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Continuum's Final Season Gets Syfy Premiere Date — Watch the Trailer

Continuum's Final Season Gets Syfy Premiere Date — Watch the Trailer
We now know when the beginning of Continuum‘s end will air on Syfy.

TVLine has learned exclusively that the Canadian-produced sci-fi drama will kick off its fourth and final, six-episode season on Friday, Sept. 11 at 11/10c.

As such, the Rachel Nichols starrer will run only a week behind its airings in Canada, which launch Sept. 4 on Showcase.

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In the series’ farewell run, Kiera (played by Nichols) and the mysterious time traveler Brad Tonkin (Ryan Robbins, Falling Skies) must battle the Future Soldiers who arrived in a flash of light in the closing moments of Season 3. Meanwhile,
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Continuum: Final Fourth Season Renewal for Syfy Series

After months of waiting, fans of the Continuum TV series finally have an answer to the question, "Will the show be cancelled or renewed for a fourth season?" The Syfy series has been renewed for a fourth season but this will be the final season as well. Six new episodes will wrap the series.

Continuum revolves around a female police officer (Rachel Nichols) from the future who gets caught up in a conflict that spans between 2012 and 2077. The cast also includes Victor Webster, Erik Knudsen, Stephen Lobo, Roger Cross, Lexa Doig, Tony Amendola, Omari Newton, Luvia Petersen, Jennifer Spence, and Brian Markinson.

Here's the renewal announcement from Canada's Showtime channel (where the show originates):

Continuum Continues: Showcase’S Smash-hit Original Series Renewed For A Fourth And Final Season

Six Suspense-Filled Episodes Wrap Up the Award-Winning Series in
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