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Chrishell Stause to guest in 'Body of Proof'

Chrishell Stause to guest in 'Body of Proof'
Chrishell Stause has signed up for a guest role in Body of Proof. Stause will play a party planner in the sixth episode of the drama's sophomore season, TV Line reports. Stause's character appears in the show when her boyfriend is murdered. Stause is probably best known for her role as Amanda in All My Children. She also appeared in the movie The Crimson Mask. (more)
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Scoop: Body of Proof Parties With AMC Beauty Chrishell Stause

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Scoop: Body of Proof Parties With AMC Beauty Chrishell Stause
Well that didn’t take long. Not 72 hours after All My Children taped its final for-broadcast scene, series vet Chrishell Stause went out and scored herself a primetime gig, on Body of Proof.

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Stause, who has played AMC‘s Amanda since mid-2005, will guest-star in the sixth episode of the ABC drama’s second season, playing a party planner whose boyfriend is the victim of a murder.

Now I know what y’all are thinking: She did it. But c’mon, the face above, a killer? Oh, Dr.
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Exclusive: Elias Plagianos Talks About Making 'The Crimson Mask'

The main characters of the new film The Crimson Mask represent a phenomenon not uncommon in modern society. For years, both Parker and Thomas Caine lived far beyond their means, accumulating debts that now seem insurmountable. Caine is a seemingly well-to-do businessman who finds his options drying up as the debt collectors are closing in; meanwhile, Parker is a washed-up fighter in the Terry Malloy mold—a coulda-been contender who never saved for a rainy day.

Each man is desperate for the means to break from the past and start life over, sans his crushing financial burden. Enter the Crimson Mask, an ancient ritual that could provide Caine and Parker with the salvation they’re looking for, provided either can survive a rite-of-passage involving guns, swordplay, and characters whose intentions may not always be what they appear. Part-fantasy, part-noir, The Crimson Mask has performed remarkably well on the festival circuit to-date,
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Spin-ematical: New on DVD for 5/25

Spin-ematical: New on DVD for 5/25
Dear John

Lasse Halstrom brings us another Nicholas Sparks romance. Channing Tatum is a soldier on leave who falls for a college student (Amanda Seyfried). They meet, they love, and then spend the next seven years meeting only briefly in between deployments and sending a long sea of love letters. William Goss gave the film a favorable review, noting that it's not "nearly as saccharine or heavy-handed as any movie about autism, cancer and a love divided by duty inherently threatens to be. In fact, in director Lasse Hallstrom's hands, the material comes off with some measure of grace and restraint, as do the performances of Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried, and it's all enough to have even us certain cynics rooting for their eventual reunion." Rent it on DVD or Blu-ray.

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The Road

The apocalypse has hit earth, and Viggo Mortensen journeys across the U.
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