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Star Trek: Discovery Adds Anson Mount as Captain Pike in Season 2

Before James T. Kirk helmed the USS Enterprise, the starship was captained by a man named Christopher Pike. And in Season 2 of CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery, the streamer announced Monday, that man will be played by Hell on WheelsAnson Mount.

Mount, who most recently starred in ABC’s cancelled Marvel series Inhumans, will be introduced as the canon-crucial character in charge of the ship that issued a distress call to the Discovery at the end of the Season 1 finale.

The actor tweeted about his new gig Monday.

Cat's out of the bag. Yep, I have officially joined Starfleet,
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Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb Have Been Together For Way Longer Than You Knew

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Sam Rockwell and Leslie Bibb Have Been Together For Way Longer Than You Knew
Sam Rockwell delivered an emotional and moving speech while accepting his best supporting actor Golden Globe award for his role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, but before he took the stage, he got a sweet smooch from his date and long-term girlfriend, Leslie Bibb, that left him covered in lipstick. But exactly who is Leslie Bibb? She's an accomplished actor in her own right and has been performing for decades! Born in Bismarck, Nd, and raised in Nelson County, Va, the 43-year-old model-turned-actress got her start in 1990 when, at just 16, she won a nationwide model search on The Oprah Winfrey Show. After scoring small parts in films like The Skulls and shows like Home Improvement and Just Shoot Me!, Bibb landed a starring role as preppy Brooke McQueen on the short-lived WB show Popular, which lasted for just two seasons. Popular may not have lasted long, but it introduced
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Designated Survivor's Big 'Midseason Event,' 7 Months in the Making, Is Here

Designated Survivor's Big 'Midseason Event,' 7 Months in the Making, Is Here
On May 14 of this year, Kiefer Sutherland appeared on stage at ABC’s Upfront presentation to reflect on Designated Survivor‘s freshman run and then tease of Season 2 — quite far in advance — a “midseason event that I believe will knock the socks off of our audience.”

Well hold onto your Hanes, because that time arrives on Wednesday at 10/9c.

RELATEDWhen Will Your Favorite Shows Return From the Holidays?

“We have been thinking about this [storyline] for a very long time,” showrunner Keith Eisner tells TVLine with a nod to Sutherland’s seven-month-old promise. Without spoiling the twist, he teases: “It’s
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Score the Perfect Super Bowl Manicure

Score the Perfect Super Bowl Manicure
We interrupt your regularly scheduled awards season programming for a sports-related PSA: Super Bowl Sunday (a.k.a the “the Oscars of football”) is upon us. We’re placing our bets, studying up on how supermodels support their favorite team, prepping for the metric ton of guacamole we plan to eat – and also gearing up for the big game with some team-themed manicures from pros Debbie Leavitt, Madeline Poole and Cassie Banel, of Nailing Hollywood. Whether you’re rooting for the Atlanta Falcons, for the New England Patriots, or simply for Lady Gaga to light up the night with a powerhouse halftime performance,
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Games nobody talks about anymore: Operation Wolf

Released in 1987, Operation Wolf not only ushered in an era of gun games, but tapped into the decade's macho action movies, Ryan writes...

Some of the biggest arcade machines of the 80s - both in terms of popularity and physical bulk - were about bringing cinematic fantasies to life. Did you have childhood dreams of taking the controls of an X-Wing like Luke Skywalker? Atari's Star Wars let you do just that. Did you want to be Tom Cruise in Top Gun? Then Sega's nausea-inducing After Burner had you covered.

But what if you wanted to be a tough military, gun-toting hero, like Sly in Rambo: First Blood Part II, Arnold in Commando, or to a lesser extent, Chuck in Missing In Action? Lots of 80s games had military themes, like Capcom's Commando (which had nothing to do with the film), Snk's Ikari Warriors or Konami's Green Beret.

The definitive military hard-man game,
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Get to Know 6 Couples You're Likely to See on the Oscars Red Carpet

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Get to Know 6 Couples You're Likely to See on the Oscars Red Carpet
When stars walks down the red carpet at the Oscars, everyone tends to notice who is on their arms. While some contenders have an equally famous other half - like Best Supporting Actress nominee Emma Stone's boyfriend, Andrew Garfield - others link up with partners who stay out of the limelight. Here are six 2015 Oscar nominees and the dates who will likely accompany them at the 87th Academy Awards. Eddie Redmayne and Hannah BagshaweAfter two-plus years of dating, Redmayne, 33, proposed to Bagshawe over Memorial Day last year. Seven months later, the pair got hitched in Somerset, England. Bagshawe, who
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Get to Know 6 Couples You're Likely to See on the Oscars Red Carpet

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Get to Know 6 Couples You're Likely to See on the Oscars Red Carpet
When stars walks down the red carpet at the Oscars, everyone tends to notice who is on their arms. While some contenders have an equally famous other half - like Best Supporting Actress nominee Emma Stone's boyfriend, Andrew Garfield - others link up with partners who stay out of the limelight. Here are six 2015 Oscar nominees and the dates who will likely accompany them at the 87th Academy Awards. Eddie Redmayne and Hannah BagshaweAfter two-plus years of dating, Redmayne, 33, proposed to Bagshawe over Memorial Day last year. Seven months later, the pair got hitched in Somerset, England. Bagshawe, who
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The Walking Dead, Ep. 5.06, “Consumed” a welcome return to the show’s most compelling characters

The Walking Dead, Season 5, Episode 6: “Consumed”

Directed by Seith Mann

Written by Matthew Negrete & Corey Reed

Airs Sundays at 9pm Et on AMC

“Consumed” follows Carol and Daryl in pursuit of the mysterious vehicle that belongs to Beth’s kidnappers. The dynamic duo make good progress into the city eventually arriving at a safe house while running into the occasional zombie along the way. The hour proves harmless enough for the pair of seasoned veterans, and while at times exciting, “Consumed” is a predictable, voyage into the heart of Atlanta. But despite a lack of suspense and horror, “Consumed” is a welcome return to two of the show’s most compelling characters; and an episode that gives two of our least talkative survivors a chance to express themselves and some much-needed breathing room to examine how much they’ve both changed in five seasons.

Despite Daryl’s presence, the
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Footage From "Breaking Bad: Felina"

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Sneak Peek more footage from the final 75-minute episode in the AMC series "Breaking Bad", titled "Felina", written and directed by "Breaking Bad" series creator Vince Gilligan, airing September 29, 2013. 

The title means 'Fe'=iron, 'Li'=lithium and 'Na'=sodium or 'Felina' which is 'Blood, Meth and Tears'.

The song playing over the "Felina" promo is "Line of Fire" by the Swedish band Junip:

"What would you do

If it all came back to you

Each crest of each wave

Bright as lightning

What would you say

If you had to leave today

Leave everything behind

Even though for once you're shining...

"If put to the test

Would you step back from the line of fire

Hold everything back

All emotions and desires...

"Convince yourself to be someone else

And hold back from the world

Your lack of confidence...

"What you choose to believe in

Dictates your rise or your fall
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Caroline Flack throws wee at Harry Styles on Nick Grimshaw show - video

Caroline Flack was encouraged to throw bottles of wee at a photo of her ex-boyfriend earlier this week.

The Xtra Factor host appeared as a guest on Nick Grimshaw's BBC Three show Sweat the Small Stuff on Tuesday (May 7).

During a segment titled 'Urine the Line of Fire', Flack was tasked with attempting to knock out cardboard cutouts of James Arthur and her former co-host Olly Murs.

However, halfway through the game, a photo of her former partner Harry Styles then appeared.

Styles is also known to be a close friend of host Grimshaw, who recently defended their relationship.

Last year, Flack was targeted by many One Direction fans over her brief relationship with Styles, and at one point was forced to move house.

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The 5 Best Music Videos Of The Week

5) The Flaming Lips & Bon Iver “Ashes In The Air”

Kicking off this week’s 5 Best Music Videos Of The Week is the latest from both The Flaming Lips and Bon Iver. This collaboration caused quite a stir and the video created an even bigger outrage. The pairing of The Flaming Lips and Bon Iver on paper sounds really cool and promising but in reality the outcome is a bit too weird and disappointing. The video follows the adventures of an astronaut which feature splattered brains and half-nude figures. This is probably the strangest thing the Lips have placed their name against in a decade.

4) Tyler, The Creator “Ifhy”

Directed by Wolf Haley

Technically, this was released last week but I couldn’t find a spot for it so it gets a mention this week. This is the second single off “Wolf” and even weirder and better than the first. I
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Megan Ellison: Kathryn Bigelow 'Robbed' By Oscar Voters (Exclusive)

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Megan Ellison: Kathryn Bigelow 'Robbed' By Oscar Voters (Exclusive)
Megan Ellison is ripped that Kathryn Bigelow was left off the list of Best Director Academy Awards nominees Thursday. The "Zero Dark Thirty" producer took to Twitter to vent her frustration about an Oscar snub that shocked many Hollywood players. "Kathryn Bigelow was robbed. So f---ed up. #recount," Ellison tweeted. A spokeswoman for Ellison confirmed that the account belonged to the producer, but declined to comment. Also read: 'Zero Dark Thirty' Steps Into the Line of Fire, Answers Critics The film has received critical praise, but has also stirred controversy for its portrayal of the
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Exclusive: Colin Ferguson talks Eureka, sci-fi fans and The Avengers

Among the special guests at Wizard World Chicago was Colin Ferguson, star of SyFy channel's original TV series Eureka.

The Canadian-born actor - who also enjoys citizenship in the Us and UK - appeared in shows like The Outer Limits and Line of Fire before striking gold as the smart little town's leading man.

Joined by a diverse and well-cast group of actors which included Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Joe Morton, Erica Cerra, Neil Grayston, Joe Morton, Ed Quinn, Jordan Hinson and Niall Matter - with Felicia Day and Wil Wheaton joining later in the show's run - Ferguson became the face of the genre-themed channel's first wave of original television.

Though Eureka (broadcast in the UK as A Town Called Eureka) came to an end this July after six years and five seasons, conventions like this offer fans the opportunity to sustain their intense interest - just look at Buffy the Vampire Slayer
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Hell on Wheels: The Complete First Season Blu-ray and DVD Arrive May 15

Hell on Wheels: The Complete First Season Blu-ray and DVD Arrive May 15
Credited for "helping to modernize the Western genre" when it premiered in 2011, Hell on Wheels centers on former Confederate soldier Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount), whose quest for vengeance has led him to the Union Pacific Railroad's westward construction of the first transcontinental railroad. Currently reigning as the #2 rated show on AMC (with a series premiere that was the second highest rated AMC debut of all time), it is episodic TV at its very best. And before Season Two rolls into town this fall, home viewers can catch up on all the frontier drama in this star-studded smash with Hell On Wheels - The Complete First Season, arriving on DVD and Blu-ray May 15, only from Entertainment One.

Hell on Wheels tells the epic story of post-Civil War America, focusing on a soldier who sets out to exact revenge on the Union soldiers who have killed his wife. His journey takes him west to Hell on Wheels,
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Radio 66.6 - Back with More Musical Mayhem

The most devilish spot on your radio dial (yes, we know it's the internet, just play along, damn it!) is back with your weekly music wrap-up. Read on for the latest ear-drum splitting goodness!

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Drummer BIll Ward has released another update about his involvement (or lack thereof) in the upcoming Black Sabbath reunion. You can read his statement here. In short, he says that negotiations are ongoing and nothing is official one way or the other.

Matt DeVries has joined Fear Factory on bass. DeVries has previously played with Chimaira and Six Feet Under. He replaces Bryon Stroud, who recently left to join 3 Inches of Blood. The band's new album will be released in the early summer.

Bullet Tooth Records has signed California's I, Omega. The progressive metal band will release an Ep entitled The Ravenous in the spring. Watch their announcement here.

Nonpoint have entered Groovemaster Studios in
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‘Act of Valor’ TV Spot & Featurette Take You in the Line of Fire

The $30 million Navy Seal flick Act of Valor ended up being in production for over two years, thanks to the frequently-busy schedule of its main cast, which is primarily composed of legitimate active-duty Seals. Moviegoers will soon get to see the results of directors Mike “Mouse” McCoy and Scott Waugh’s efforts when the actual film is released in theaters.

Today, we have a new TV spot for Act of Valor, as well as a five-minute long featurette that offers a better look at the overall filmmaking style of the project, along with the hazardous locations, up-to-date Navy technology/vehicles, and physically-exhausting combat maneuvers on display in the movie.

Act of Valor was scripted by Kurt Johnstad (300) and is reportedly based on several real-life incidents involving ...

Click to continue reading ‘Act of Valor’ TV Spot & Featurette Take You in the Line of Fire
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Meet 'Working Actor' Columnist Michael Kostroff at Actorfest NY on October 23rd

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Actorfest NY is proud to announce that Working Actor columnist Michael Kostroff ("The Wire") will join fellow actors Kevin Ligon (currently in "The Phantom of the Opera") and Julie Ann Emery ("Hitch," "Line of Fire") for "The Working Actor" workshop to share their experience and expertise on maintaining a living as a performer. Actorfest NY will take place on Sunday, October 23rd at the Metropolitan Pavilion. To register for Actorfest NY, please visit actorfestnyc2011.eventbrite.com. For more information, visit www.ActorfestNY.com. "The Working Actor" workshop will take place from 10:00–11:00 A.M. on the 4th Floor in Class C. To help kickstart your career, Actorfest offers more than two dozen exclusive Workshops; Casting Calls; Meet & Drops with Top Casting Directors; a Networking Café; and an enormous Exhibit Hall, at which you can meet with acting teachers, coaches, schools, headshot photographers, and many more vendors who will help you succeed in your career.
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Bonnafont Gallery: Films By Dominic Angerame

June 24

7:00 p.m.

The Bonnafont Gallery

946a Greenwich St.

(between Taylor and Jones)

San Francisco, CA 94133

Hosted by: The Bonnafont Gallery

Dominic Angerame has made over forty films since 1969. This mini-retrospective screening of his work will include more than 25% of his total output. All films will be projected in 16mm and there is no admission charge.

Films included in the lineup are: Continuum; Deconstruction Sight; Premoniton; In the Course of Human

Events and Line of Fire. Plus, there were will be screenings of several of Angerame’s erotic films, such as Battle Stations — A Navel Adventure; Voyeuristic Tenden-cies; Pixiescope, Waifen Maiden and his newest film The Soul of Things.

In addition to making films, Angerame serves as the Executive Director of the legendary San Francisco film distributor Canyon Cinema. Back in March, he sent out an open letter laying out Canyon’s current economic problems, mostly brought on by
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AMC’s Western ‘Hell On Wheels’ Sneak Peek Trailer

AMC’s been on roll with its original series for the past few years, and they intend to keep it going with railroad drama Hell on Wheels. The first teaser trailer for the new series was posted this week.

Hell on Wheels takes its name from the traveling work camps that helped expand railroads westward after the Civil War. Anti-hero and former Confederate Cullen Bohannon (Anson Mount) travels to such a camp under the guise of looking for work; in actuality, he’s searching for his wife’s killers.

Mount has been around the block a few times without landing a breakout role. He played Ada Steele on the short-lived Law & Order spinoff Conviction, as well as leads on the equally curtailed The Mountain and Line of Fire. One-off characters on Smallville, Lost and Click to continue reading AMC’s Western ‘Hell On Wheels’ Sneak Peek Trailer
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'Hell on Wheels': Sneak a peek at AMC's post-Civil War western

AMC's new drama series "Hell on Wheels" just started filming this week, but you can get a first look at the show now.

Below is a trailer for the show, which premieres in the fall and follows a former Confederate soldier (Anson Mount, "Line of Fire") who gets a job working on the transcontinental railroad while hoping to hunt down the Union soldiers who killed his wife.

"AMC's commitment to the western is long-standing, and the genre is an important part of our brand and history as a channel," AMC president Charlie Collier says. "In 'Hell on Wheels,' AMC is creating another epic and enduring American story."

The series, created by brothers Joe ("Uncommon Valor," "Faster") and Tony Gayton ("The Salton Sea," "Faster"), also stars Colm Meaney ("Get Him to the Greek," "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"), Common ("Just Wright"), Dominique McElligott ("Moon"), Ben Esler, Philip
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