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‘Bosch’: Chris Vance To Recur In Season 5 Of Amazon Drama Series

‘Bosch’: Chris Vance To Recur In Season 5 Of Amazon Drama Series
Former Transporter star Chris Vance is set for a recurring role on the upcoming fifth season of Amazon’s drama series Bosch. Vance will play Dalton Walsh, the Big Boss of the opioid ring.

Based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novels, Bosch stars Titus Welliver as homicide Detective Harry Bosch, Jamie Hector as Jerry Edgar, Amy Aquino as Lt. Grace Billets, Madison Lintz as Maddie Bosch and Lance Reddick as Deputy Chief Irvin Irving.

Bosch is produced by Fabrik Entertainment, a Red Arrow Studios company. The series was developed for television by Eric Overmyer and is executive produced by Daniel Pyne, Overmyer, Henrik Bastin, Pieter Jan Brugge, John Mankiewicz, Connelly, Henrik Pabst, Jan David Frouman and Elle Johnson. Welliver also serves as Producer.

Vance is known for his lead role as Frank Martin in Transporter,based
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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Ken Jeong Gets Emotional at Premiere: ‘It’s a Lot of Feels Right Now’

Warner Bros. rolled out the jade carpet for the Hollywood premiere of “Crazy Rich Asians.”

With the temperature hovering around 95 degrees outside Tcl Chinese Theatres on Tuesday night, everyone seemed to be talking about the weather — while blotting and wiping sweat from their faces.

“Do you like how Warner Bros. managed to create Singapore-style temperatures?” producer Brad Simpson joked.

The cast and crew may have been melting, but they powered through with excitement over the movie, the first studio film featuring Asian-Americans in lead roles in 25 years.

“To be in a film that is representative of what should be, we should be normalizing all of this,” said Henry Golding, who stars in the romantic comedy about a New York University professor (Constance Wu) who accompanies her boyfriend, Nick Young (Golding), to Singapore to meet his uber wealthy family. “We shouldn’t be the only Asian film made in 25 years. That’s ridiculous.
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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Ken Jeong Gets Emotional at Premiere: ‘It’s a Lot of Feels Right Now’

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Ken Jeong Gets Emotional at Premiere: ‘It’s a Lot of Feels Right Now’
Warner Bros. rolled out the jade carpet for the Hollywood premiere of “Crazy Rich Asians.”

With the temperature hovering around 95 degrees outside Tcl Chinese Theatres on Tuesday night, everyone seemed to be talking about the weather — while blotting and wiping sweat from their faces.

“Do you like how Warner Bros. managed to create Singapore-style temperatures?” producer Brad Simpson joked.

The cast and crew may have been melting, but they powered through with excitement over the movie, the first studio film featuring Asian-Americans in lead roles in 25 years.

“To be in a film that is representative of what should be, we should be normalizing all of this,” said Henry Golding, who stars in the romantic comedy about a New York University professor (Constance Wu) who accompanies her boyfriend, Nick Young (Golding), to Singapore to meet his uber wealthy family. “We shouldn’t be the only Asian film made in 25 years. That’s ridiculous.
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Jon Huertas Hosts Fulfillment Fund's 7th Annual Taste Of Summer

The Fulfillment Fund Leadership Council presented their 7th annual Taste of Summer on Saturday, July 28 in Culver City, CA.

Jon Huertas at 7th annual Taste of Summer

Taste Of Summer has quickly become the exclusive food and drink tasting event of the summer! This year’s event was hosted by Jon Huertas, star of NBC’s “This Is Us” and co-owner of Clutch, Venice Beach. Honorary Chef Eric Greenspan (Food Network star and chef/owner of Brekkie Breakfast Burritos), Honorary Co-Hosts Devin Alexander (New York Times best-selling author) and Shira Lazar (“What’s Trending”) joined the fun and festivities at Unici Casa where guests were treated to the beautiful atmosphere of one of Los Angeles’ premiere special events venues. Taste of Summer featured an array of renowned chefs, restaurants, wineries, breweries, and beverage makers, including Clutch, Preux & Proper, Phorage La, Barbara Jean, iPic Entertainment, Kikori Whiskey, Neighbor, Knob Creek and Milk Jar Cookies.
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‘Magnum Pi’ Team Talks Latino Lead, Female Higgins and Telling Veterans’ Stories

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‘Magnum Pi’ Team Talks Latino Lead, Female Higgins and Telling Veterans’ Stories
The CBS reboot of “Magnum Pi” premiering in September features a Latino leading man in Jay Hernandez as the titular character, but his ethnicity won’t be the focus of the show.

“We’re certainly not denying the fact that he’s Latino. It is something that is acknowledged, and we plan to acknowledge it throughout the series,” executive producer Eric Guggenheim said at the Television Critics Assn. press tour panel for the show Sunday.

However, executive producer Peter Lenkov admitted that although he considers their writers’ room “very diverse,” they don’t have any Latinx writers because “it’s incredibly hard to find writers.” The gender breakdown of the writers’ room, Guggenheim said, was closer to parity, with four men and three women.

Lenkov said the reboot has the “spirit” of the original 1980s series that starred Tom Selleck, most notably through the “charm” of the titular character.

“Thomas
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It Came From The Tube: The Victim (1972)

Being a popular TV star can be a double edged antennae; great, steady income and national (sometimes international) fame. But the downside is you can become so popular that as a performer, what you’re known for is all you become known for, and it can be difficult to step beyond people’s perception. Such is the case with Elizabeth Montgomery, as the Bewitched actress took on the somber lead role in The Victim (1972), an entertaining little mystery that showed a welcome serious side to the star.

Originally broadcast on Tuesday, November 14th as an ABC Tuesday Movie of the Week, The Victim would have to go up against Hawaii Five-o and NBC’s own movie night; and while Jack Lord always won out, ABC had the particular market cornered for mystery and horror with The Victim being a fine addition to their roster.

Make sure it’s a dark
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Jay Hernandez Ready To Be A ‘Magnum’ Force

For most people, just hearing the name Magnum P.I. conjures up the image of Tom Selleck, an aloha shirt, and that mustache. However, CBS had plenty of success rebooting another island-based show, Hawaii Five-o, so it’s entirely possible they could have another hit on their hands with this fall’s Magnum reboot. Taking on the title [...]

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Ron Satlof, Veteran TV Director, Dies at 79

Ron Satlof, Veteran TV Director, Dies at 79
Ron Satlof, who directed many episodes of television shows and films including “Perry Mason,” “Hawaii Five-o,” “Quincy,” and died at his home in St. Petersburg, Fla., on July 2. He was 79; no cause of death was announced.

Born in New York City, Satlof worked in theatre while in school and received a bachelors’ degree from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama. After starring in plays at the Vermont Shakespeare Festival and releasing an album of folk songs, he moved to Los Angeles in the late 1960s. Early in his career, he produced and directed an animated short film, “Frog Story,” that was nominated for an Oscar in 1972. In the years that followed, he also directed episodes of “The A-Team,” “McCloud,” “Dynasty,” “Magnum P.I.,” “Spiderman” and “Battlestar Galactica” in addition to the shows listed above.

As an artist in retirement in Florida, Ron continued to produce and direct films and television shows,
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Ron Satlof, Veteran TV Director, Dies at 79

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Ron Satlof, Veteran TV Director, Dies at 79
Ron Satlof, who directed many episodes of television shows and films including “Perry Mason,” “Hawaii Five-o,” “Quincy,” and died at his home in St. Petersburg, Fla., on July 2. He was 79; no cause of death was announced.

Born in New York City, Satlof worked in theatre while in school and received a bachelors’ degree from the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama. After starring in plays at the Vermont Shakespeare Festival and releasing an album of folk songs, he moved to Los Angeles in the late 1960s. Early in his career, he produced and directed an animated short film, “Frog Story,” that was nominated for an Oscar in 1972. In the years that followed, he also directed episodes of “The A-Team,” “McCloud,” “Dynasty,” “Magnum P.I.,” “Spiderman” and “Battlestar Galactica” in addition to the shows listed above.

As an artist in retirement in Florida, Ron continued to produce and direct films and television shows,
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2018 TV Scorecard: Which Shows Have Been Renewed or Canceled Already?

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We're now halfway through the year, and it's clear Hollywood waits for no one - TV show cancellations and renewals now happen year round, so it's time to catch up on the latest news. Whether that means some of our favorite shows are disappearing soon or staying around for another shot, we all have to face the music eventually. A few shows have already been canceled, but other series have been luckier. See what's been renewed or canceled so far in 2018 below, and if you don't see your favorite show's fate, check here.

What's Been Renewed ABC Fresh Off the Boat: The groundbreaking comedy got a fifth season from ABC. Station 19: People might not have gone as bonkers for this Grey's Anatomy spinoff as they do for the original medical drama, but it still nabbed a second season renewal. Splitting Up Together: Jenna Fischer's
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2018 TV Scorecard: Which Shows Have Been Renewed or Canceled Already?

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Image Source: Starz

We're now halfway through the year, and it's clear Hollywood waits for no one - TV show cancellations and renewals now happen year round, so it's time to catch up on the latest news. Whether that means some of our favorite shows are disappearing soon or staying around for another shot, we all have to face the music eventually. A few shows have already been canceled, but other series have been luckier. See what's been renewed or canceled so far in 2018 below, and if you don't see your favorite show's fate, check here.

What's Been Renewed ABC Fresh Off the Boat: The groundbreaking comedy got a fifth season from ABC. Station 19: People might not have gone as bonkers for this Grey's Anatomy spinoff as they do for the original medical drama, but it still nabbed a second season renewal. Splitting Up Together: Jenna Fischer's
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‘Now Apocalypse’: Kevin Daniels & Avra Friedman Set To Recur On Starz Comedy Series

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‘Now Apocalypse’: Kevin Daniels & Avra Friedman Set To Recur On Starz Comedy Series
Sirens alum Kevin Daniels and Avra Friedman (Stop the Bleeding) are set for recurring roles opposite Avan Jogia, Kelli Bergland, Beau Mirchoff and Roxane Mesquida on Now Apocalypse, Starz’s upcoming original half-hour comedy series from creator/executive producer Gregg Araki and Steven Soderbergh.

Co-written by Araki, who also directs, and Vogue.com sex columnist Karley Sciortino, Now Apocalypse is a 10-episode surreal, coming-of-age comedy that follows Ulysses (Jogia) and his friends Carly (Berglund), Ford (Mirchoff) and Severine (Mesquida), who are on various quests pursing love, sex and fame while navigating the strange and oftentimes bewildering city of Los Angeles.

Daniels will play Barnabas. He approaches Ford (Mirchoff), who’s diligently working on his screenplay in a coffee shop, and introduces himself as a producer who’d be interested in reading Ford’s script. Friedman will portray Magenta, a very committed but meek and untalented actress in Carly’s (Berglund) acting class.
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Steven Hilliard Stern, Director of 'The Devil and Max Devlin,' Dies at 80

Steven Hilliard Stern, Director of 'The Devil and Max Devlin,' Dies at 80
Steven Hilliard Stern, a writer, director and producer whose work included the Elliott Gould-Bill Cosby comedy The Devil and Max Devlin, died Wednesday in Encino, his daughter Melanie Stern announced. He was 80.

Stern helmed episodes of shows like Serpico, McCloud, Quincy M.E. and Hawaii Five-O and directed more than three dozen telefilms, including Miracle on Ice, about the 1980 gold-winning U.S. hockey team, and 1983's Still the Beaver, which reunited the cast of the sitcom Leave It to Beaver.

Stern also wrote and directed Running (1979), a drama starring Michael Douglas and Susan Anspach (she co-starred in The Devil and Max Devlin, which he produced, as ...
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Christine Lahti Cast As Gloria Steinem In Emily Mann’s Off Broadway Play

Christine Lahti Cast As Gloria Steinem In Emily Mann’s Off Broadway Play
Christine Lahti has been cast as feminist icon Gloria Steinem in the previously announced Off Broadway production of Having Our Say playwright Emily Mann’s new play Gloria: A Life.

The play, to be directed by Diane Paulus (Waitress) and produced by Tony-winning producer Daryl Roth (Kinky Boots) at the Daryl Roth Theatre on Union Square in Manhattan, will begin previews Tuesday, October 2 and open Thursday, October 18.

“Gloria Steinem helped me find feminism, which has been my life jacket, a way to navigate through a world that doesn’t treat girls and women like full human beings,” Lahti said upon her casting. “For over forty years, she has worked tirelessly to enrich, empower and save women’s lives. To be able to play her and tell her remarkable story is one of the greatest thrills and honors of my life, not to mention my career.”

Said Steinem: “I’m honored to be represented by Christine,
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‘Hawaii Five-o’ Alum Grace Park Joins ABC Drama ‘A Million Little Things’ in Recasting

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Grace Park has joined the cast of the upcoming ABC series “A Million Little Things,” Variety has confirmed.

Park will play Katherine in the ensemble drama, taking over the role played in the pilot by Anne Son. The role marks Park’s first series regular role since she departed CBS’ reboot of “Hawaii Five-o” last year. As Variety previously reported, Park and co-star Daniel Dae Kim were seeking equal pay with series stars Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan. The pair were unable to come to terms with CBS Television Studios, which produces the series, leading to their exit.

She is repped by The Characters Agency and Capstone Talent Management.

A Million Little Things” centers on a group of friends from Boston who bonded under unexpected circumstances. Some have achieved success, others are struggling in their careers and relationships, but all of them feel stuck in life. After one of them dies unexpectedly,
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Alex Kurtzman Sets Five-Year CBS TV Studios Pact, Will Oversee Expanded ‘Star Trek’ Universe

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Alex Kurtzman Sets Five-Year CBS TV Studios Pact, Will Oversee Expanded ‘Star Trek’ Universe
CBS Television Studios is going all in on “Star Trek.”

Variety has learned that the studio behind “Star Trek: Discovery” has signed Alex Kurtzman to a new five-year overall deal that will see him supervise the expansion of CBS’ “Star Trek” franchise for television, developing new series, mini-series and other content opportunities, including animation.

To that end, sources say there are currently multiple shows set within the “Star Trek” universe already in development.

The potential new shows are said to include:

A series set at Starfleet Academy from creators Stephanie Savage and Josh Schwartz. The duo most recently developed the CW’s reboot of “Dynasty” and previously created shows like “Gossip Girl” and Hulu and Marvel’s “Runaways.” A limited series whose plot details are being kept under wraps. A limited series based around the “Wrath of Khan” story. Khan’s full name is Khan Noonien Singh. He was famously
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Meaghan Rath

The ghost in “Being Human” and a gig on “Hawaii Five-o” have made Meaghan Rath one of the more recognizable names on television. She also did “Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life” for Fox, and has several other TV acting roles to her credit. But success did not come easy for her, as she said that in her 20’s she was just trying to find the right mix between having a good time and coming out at the other end alive. Whether plating Sally in “Being Human” or Tani Rey in “Hawaii Five-o”, Meaghan has discovered the way to do

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Meaghan Rath
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It Came From The Tube: The Devil’S Daughter (1973)

What’s your earliest horror memory, the moment you were irreversibly scarred yet knew you had to see and know more? Which one imprinted on you at a stupidly impressionable age? Do you remember? Because I never could; save for one indelible image burned on my psyche at the age of five, I have searched, asked, and pleaded with so many people what possible movie could have done this to me as a child. Until last night that is, when I stumbled upon The Devil’s Daughter (1973), an ABC TV movie that finally put a name to the image, even if I did somewhat misremember it. Time plus kindertrauma equals new memories, I guess? Yay to ongoing decrepitude!

Originally airing on January 9th as an ABC Tuesday Movie of the Week, The Devil’s Daughter was up against Hawaii Five-o over on CBS while NBC rolled out their own Tuesday Night at the Movies.
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Ziggy Marley Jammin’ At Paramount With Biopic Based His Dad, Reggae Legend Bob Marley

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Ziggy Marley Jammin’ At Paramount With Biopic Based His Dad, Reggae Legend Bob Marley
Exclusive: Ziggy Marley and Paramount Pictures are developing a biopic on his father Bob Marley, the musical legend who brought reggae into the mainstream. Bob Marley died of cancer at the age of 36 but in that short lifetime, he changed the landscape of music, introducing generations to reggae music with such hit songs as Get Up, Stand Up, One Love No Woman, No Cry , Could You Be Loved, Buffalo Soldier, Jammin and Redemption Song.

The accomplished Jamaican singer-songwriter, who died in 1981, had a father who was caucasian and because of that found himself discriminated against in his country. Although he rose to great fame and fortune, Bob Marley never forgot where he came from. He remained humble until the end of his life. And the power he achieved in music will never be forgotten.

Ziggy Marley is a successful musician in his own right as well as a producer. Ziggy
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Massive Monster Movie Rampage Coming to Blu-ray & DVD on July 17th

Fans and first-time viewers alike can own Brad Peyton's Rampage starring Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris (28 Days Later), Malin Akerman (The Watchmen), Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello (True Blood), and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead) on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray /3D Combo Pack, and DVD on July 17th. If you can't wait until then, no worries, the movie will be released for digital platforms on June 26th.

Press Release (via Home Theater Forum): Watch an unshakeable bond form between an extraordinarily intelligent gorilla and noteworthy primatologist when “Rampage” arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-Ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital.

Global icon Dwayne Johnson headlines the action adventure “Rampage,” directed by Brad Peyton.

Rampage” also stars Oscar nominee Naomie Harris (“Moonlight”), Malin Akerman (TV’s “Billions”), Jake Lacy (TV’s “Girls”), Joe Manganiello (TV’s “True Blood”), and Jeffrey Dean Morgan (TV’s “The Walking Dead
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