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Shadowhunters Recruits The 100 Actor for Key Role in Season 3

Simon Lewis’ new pal should look very familiar to fans of The CW’s The 100.

EXCLUSIVEFirst Look: Shadowhunters Stages Showdown With Hamilton Star

When Shadowhunters returns for its third season on Tuesday, March 20 (Freeform, 8/7c), everybody’s favorite Daylighter will make the acquaintance of a new friend named Jordan Kyle, played by The 100‘s Chai Hansen, EW.com reports.

As faithful readers of Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments books are already aware, Simon’s pal — who eventually becomes his roommate — is harboring a little secret of his own.

RELATEDShadowhunters Season 2 Finale: EPs Break Down [Spoiler]’s ‘Ferocious’ Death, the
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Wff 2016: Chokeslam Review

One of the things I love most about festivals is discovering something new and loglines don't get much stranger than "wrestling romantic comedy." But I'm cheating a little here because Chokeslam isn't really a new discovery but rather a movie I've been looking forward to since it premiered at the Calgary International Film Festival.

A passion project for writer/director Robert Cuffley (who a few years ago was responsible for the great thriller Ferocious (review), this comedy stars Chris Marquette as Corey, a nice guy who stuck around the small town he grew up in. His 10th anniversary high school re-union is around the corner and with it comes the return of Sheena, [Continued ...]
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Exclusive: New Clip Of Amanda Crew & Kim Coates In Ferocious

What would you do to secure your fame? Would you kill for it? That seems to be a likely scenario in writer/director Robert Cuffley's Ferocious. The thriller stars Amanda Crew as Leigh Parrish, an up and coming actress who is trying to maintain control of her carefully manicured public persona and will retain that control by whatever means necessary. [Continued ...]
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First Trailer and Poster Arrive for Robert Cuffley's Psychological Thriller Ferocious

It's funny how things can go from bad to worse to what the hell?! That's kind of the story behind the new trailer for the upcoming film Ferocious. Just from the teaser you can tell there are some intriguing (and smarmy) characters in this one.

Written and directed by Robert Cuffley, Ferocious was produced by Carolyn McMaster and Anand Ramayya. The film stars Amanda Crew, Kim Coates, Dustin Milligan, Michael Eklund and Katie Boland.

Take a peek at the trailer below, and dig the hot disco ball poster. For more visit the official Ferocious website, "like" Ferocious on Facebook and follow Ferocious on Twitter (@ferociousmovie). A theatrical release is set for later this year.

From the Press Release

Director Robert Cuffley has released the trailer for Ferocious, a nail-biting thriller about popular television actress Leigh Parrish (Amanda Crew), who tries to secretly retrieve a sexually incriminating videotape from a seedy nightclub.
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Exclusive New Images from Director Robert Cuffley’s Thriller Ferocious

We’re happy to debut three exclusive new images from the upcoming Ferocious. Directed by Robert Cuffley (Walk All Over Me), the film stars Amanda Crew (Sex Drive) as a popular television actress who returns to her small hometown under mysterious circumstances. The truth behind her visit is not shared with her family, the media, or even her manager, but she must revisit her former place of employment—a grungy night club—in order to retrieve something that could put an end to her career. The trailer is effectively intriguing, promising a creepy performance from co-star Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy). Hit the jump to check out the images. Ferocious is slated for release sometime this fall. Here’s the synopsis for Ferocious, followed by the images and trailer: The future looks positively rosy for Leigh. Having landed a role on a soap that has exploded across North America, Leigh
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Snowmageddon, interviews with Jane Espenson, Scott Porter and Calum Worthy, and more updates

Okay, the last round of updates for the week.

Snowmageddon, Syfy's Christmas movie with Magda Apanowicz and Michael Hogan saving the world, premieres tonight at 9 pm Et.

You can also catch Magda on Robot Chicken tomorrow at 11:30 pm on Adult Swim. She will be voicing Gladys/Mother/Herman's Wife according to the IMDb. And, speaking of Michael Hogan, he will be playing a "lethal werewolf hunter" in the second season of Teen Wolf. TV Guide reported the news earlier this month.

Press release, teaser and sneak peeks from Snowmageddon:

To usher in the holiday season, Syfy will present a snow globe with the power to destroy the world in the Saturday Original Movie Snowmageddon, airing Saturday, December 10 at 9Pm (Et/Pt) during the channel’s second annual Countdown to Christmas Week.

Starring Michael Hogan (Battlestar Galactica), David Cubitt (Medium) and Magda Apanowicz (Caprica), the Christmas-themed Snowmageddon is about
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Weekly roundup: cast updates, interviews, previews and new projects

A bunch of stuff has happened since the last update. Let's start with Caprica.

Caprica season two will resume on Beginning of Line with episode 14 (of 18) this Tuesday. Teresa Jusino posted this earlier:

There are 18 episodes total in Caprica Season 2 here at Beginning of Line. Episodes will now be posting every Tuesday between November 29th and December 27th. Just in time for your Solstice celebrations. :)Anyone interested in writing an episode of season three (coming in 2012) or submitting fan art, hit the link.

Luciana Carro (Caprica's Priyah Magnus, Battlestar's Kat) has joined Twitter. You can follow her here: @LucianaCarro. These days, she is working on season two of Falling Skies, along with Ryan Robbins and a bunch of Caprica and BSG writers -- Remi Aubuchon, Mark Verheiden, David Weddle and Bradley Thompson. From their recent tweets, Luciana is playing a character called Crazy Lee and they recently wrapped filming episode four.
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