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Donal Logue Talks Sons Of Anarchy, How His Role Came About and His Possible Return Next Season, Plus His Experience in Vikings and Silent Night

Actor Donal Logue is currently guest starring on the hit FX drama series Sons of Anarchy, as former U.S. Marshal Lee Toric, a man who is both mysterious and intense with a definite violent streak. Looking to avenge the death of his sister, he’s clearly focused on making everyone pay that was connected, including Tara (Maggie Siff), the wife of Samcro president Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam). During this recent interview to promote his appearance on the show, Donal Logue talked about how this role came about, what the experience of being on the show has been like, how he views his very intense character, and the possibility of him hanging around for next season. He also talked about what Season 2 of Terriers might have been, being a part of the drama series Vikings (set to debut on History in Summer 2013), doing the Silent Night remake, his memories from his time on The X-Files,
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TNT Pilot ‘Tin Star’ Not Going Forward

TNT has passed on its Western drama pilot Tin Star aka Gateway. The move comes after TNT brass screened the network’s three completed pilots – Tin Star, Monday Mornings (aka Chelsea General) and Scent Of The Missing. TNT is not expected to make series pickups today, but Monday Mornings had been the clear frontrunner, with the search-and-rescue drama Scent Of The Missing also in serious contention. Tin Star was shot last fall. TNT did not make a decision when the pilot was delivered, instead opting to wait for its other pilots. TNT’s fourth pilot of the current batch, Frank Darabont’s L.A. Noir, is still filming. Along with the broadcast networks and USA, TNT is holding its upfront presentation next week. The action/adventure Tin Star, executive produced by Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon, was set in a Colorado town in the 1880s. It told the story of
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Deran Sarafian Signs With Wme, Joins ‘Hemlock Grove’ As Executive Producer

Exclusive: Deran Sarafian (House) has signed with Wme. Additionally, the director-producer has signed on to serve as executive producer/series director on Hemlock Grove, the 13-episode thriller/horror series executive produced and directed by Eli Roth. Hemlock Grove, written/executive produced by Brian McGreevy and Lee Shipman based on McGreevy’s upcoming gothic horror novel, re-imagines everything it means to be a monster as reflected in the struggle to be human. Mark Verheiden has been tapped as a writing showrunner on the series, produced by Gaumont International Television. Sarafian, who was at CAA, serves as an executive producer of TNT’s Western drama pilot Tin Star, which is in contention at the cable network. Additionally, he has four-hour sci-fi action thriller One Mile Straight Down in development at SyFy. Sarafian developed the project, written by Skip Woods (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), through his company BrokenToy and is set to executive produce and direct.
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TNT Western drama pilot 'The Tin Star' casting ‌in Santa Fe, Nm - Los Angeles Acting Auditions | Examiner.com

Warner Horizon Television and Turner Network Television are filming a new pilot episode of a western drama series in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The lead starring roles have been cast in Los Angeles, however the New Mexico casting director is hiring smaller speaking roles, extras, stand-ins and photo doubles. They are seeking people who can portray 1880's western townsfolk. Starring in "The Tin Star", which has also been using the working title of "Gateway", is Cam Gigandet. Gigandet is best known for his role of James in "Twilight". Also starring is David Denman, and Keir O’Donnell. Those three play the title roles of the Flynn brothers. Other co-stars include Academy Award winner Keith Carradine, Shannon Lucio and Eric Lange.
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TVLine Items: The Walking Dead Smashes Ratings Records, Gh Murder Mystery Scoop and More!

TVLine Items: The Walking Dead Smashes Ratings Records, Gh Murder Mystery Scoop and More!
The Walking Dead Season 2 premiere drew huge mobs of living, breathing Nielsen viewers on Sunday night, shattering a few records along the way.

The AMC series was welcomed back by 7.3 million total viewers in its 9 pm airing — a 38 percent surge over the show’s Season 1 average — with 4.8 million of ‘em falling into the coveted 18-49 crowd. That breaks a demo rating record for basic cable set nearly 10 years ago, AMC reports.

Walking Dead‘s delivery of 4.2 million viewers in the 25-54 demo likewise represents a new high for a basic cable series.

The Walking Dead is one of those rare
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TV Casting Call: Marlon Wayans Developing Buddy Cop Comedy Series at ABC, Donal Logue Joins TNT’s Gateway, Tom Felton Enters Labyrinth

After teaming up with his brother Shawn Wayans as an undercover cop duo in White Chicks, comedian Marlon Wayans is developing a new comedy series at ABC about two sibling police officers. Deadline says the potential new series is a hybrid single/multi-camera series will follow a down on his luck police officer who moves in with his brother and his family. Marlon will play the married brother, and while it's not clear who will play the other sibling, you would think Shawn would be an obvious choice, especially since he's also producing the series along with Keenan Ivory Wayans. The brothers have been working together along with their brother Damon since the days of In Living Color on Fox, and have teamed for the Scary Movie franchise and a couple terrible comedies. Maybe heading back to TV can get them back on their game. Details on Donal Logue joining Gateway,
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Danielle Panabaker To Star In ABC Family’s ‘Intercept’, Donal Logue In TNT’s ‘Gateway’

Danielle Panabaker (CBS’ Shark) is set to star in the ABC Family pilot Intercept; Donal Logue, Karen Allen and Ana de la Reguera have joined TNT’s Western pilot Gateway; and Tom Felton has been added to the European miniseries Labyrinth. Intercept is a one-hour technology- and action-driven drama about four college students who get roped into solving crimes when one of them creates a high-tech communication device that intercepts conversations throughout the West Coast. Panabaker will play one of the two girls on the team, Kat, described as the prettiest and coolest girl on campus. Also cast in the pilot is Chloe Wang as Tess, the other female member of the team, a pretty, bookish techie. TNT’s action/adventure Gateway is set in the Colorado town of the same name in the 1880s and tells the story of three Flynn brothers — Terence (David Denman), Daniel (Keir O’Donnell
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Cam Gigandet/Jena Malone 5 Star Day Gets November Release

Breaking Glass Pictures has acquired all U.S. rights to Danny Buday’s debut feature film 5 Star Day, starring Twilight's Cam Gigandet (right) and Sucker Punch's Jena Malone. The film is slated to open through Check Entertainment in New York, Los Angeles (Laemmle Sunset 5 in West Hollywood and the Playhouse 7 in Pasadena), and a handful of other U.S. cities on November 2. As per the press release, 5 Star Day features Cam Gigandet as Jake Gibson, whose horoscope "forecasts a flawless day the morning of his birthday. Little does he realize, his entire world is about to be turned upside down as everything that could go wrong — does. "Now, determined to disprove the theory of Astrology, Jake embarks on a journey to find the three people born the same time and place as himself: a single mom haunted by her past (Jena Malone), an overworked nurse (Brooklyn Sudano) and an
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Keir O'Donnell, David Denman, Shannon Lucio, Eric Lange join 'Gateway'

Four stars have signed up to appear in TNT's new pilot Gateway. The project, which is being penned by Band of Brothers scribe Bruce McKenna, focuses on three brothers whose sheriff father is murdered by a local villain. The trio end up having to maintain justice in their town. Keir O'Donnell, David Denman, Shannon Lucio and Eric Lange have now all signed up for roles in the pilot, Deadline reports. O'Donnell and Denman will join Cam Gigandet, who has already been cast, as the three brothers. Meanwhile, Lucio will play the wife of Denman's character Terence, and Lange will star as (more)
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Gateway Adds Keir O'Donnell and David Denman

Gateway Adds Keir O'Donnell and David Denman
Actors Keir O'Donnell, David Denman, Shannon Lucio, and Eric Lange have signed on for the TNT Western pilot Gateway.

The story is set in the 1880s and centers on three brothers who step up to enforce the law in their small Colorado town after their sheriff father is murdered. We reported last month that Cam Gigandet will star as one of the brothers, Luke. Keir O'Donnell and David Denman will portray the other two brothers, Daniel and Terence. Shannon Lucio will play Terence's wife, while Eric Lange plays the town's banker. Keith Carradine also recently signed on to play the brothers' surrogate father.

Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon wrote the pilot script, which Danny Cannon will direct from. It isn't known when production on the pilot will begin.
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TNT Western Series Gateway Casts Keir O’Donnell, Keith Carradine and More; ABC Developing U.S. Remake of U.K. Comedy Suburban Shootout

Cam Gigandet is already set to take a lead role as Jake Flynn, one of three brothers in the new TNT western drama Gateway (formerly known as Tin Star), but Deadline has word on four more actors joining the cast. Rounding out the group of Flynn brothers living in the titualar Colorado town in the 1880's will be Keir O’Donnell (Wedding Crashers) playing Terence and David Denman (Roy from The Office) playing Daniel. Meanwhile Shannon Lucio (The Chicago Code) and Eric Lange (Lost) have also been cast as Terence's wife and the town banker respectively. But my personal favorite bit of new casting comes in the form of Keith Carradine, who was last seen battling extra-terrestrials in the Old West in Cowboys & Aliens, playing the brothers' surrogate father. Details on an American remake of the British comedy series Suburban Shootout after the jump. Plenty of shows come from our
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Four Join TNT’s Western Pilot ‘Gateway’

Exclusive: Keir O’Donnell, David Denman, Shannon Lucio and Eric Lange have been cast in the TNT Western drama pilot Gateway aka Tin Star. The action/adventure project, executive produced by Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon, is set in the Colorado town of the same name in the 1880s. It tells the story of three Flynn brothers — Terence (Denman), Daniel (O’Donnell) and Jake (previously cast Cam Gigandet) — who step in to save their town when their sheriff father is murdered, pitting them against a corrupt cattle baron determined to make the town his own. Lucio will play Terence’s wife. Lange, repped by Domain and Trademark, will play the town banker. In addition to Gigandet, O’Donnell, Denman, Lucio and Lange join the recently cast Keith Carradine, who plays the brothers’ surrogate father. Warner Horizon is producing the pilot, which will be directed by Cannon from a script by McKenna.
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Keith Carradine To Star In TNT’s Western Pilot ‘Gateway’

Keith Carradine has been tapped for a starring role in the TNT Western drama pilot Gateway aka Tin Star. The action/adventure project, executive produced by Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon, received a cast-contingent pilot order in August. Set in the Colorado town of the same name in the 1880s, Gateway tells the story of three brothers who step in to save their town when their sheriff father is murdered, pitting them against a corrupt cattle baron determined to make the town his own. Carradine will play Frank Saar, a tired homesteader, worn down by the hardships of the West, who is thrust into the role of a father figure to the late sheriff’s three sons. Carradine joins Cam Gigandet, who was recently cast as one of the brothers. Warner Horizon is producing the pilot, which will be directed by Cannon from a script by McKenna. Carradine, repped
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News Shorts: September 21st 2011

Stills of Tahar Rahim, Antonio Banderas and Mark Strong in Black Gold, and purported photos of vehicles to be used in Mad Max: Fury Road.

Set photos of Halle Berry and Hugo Weaving shooting Cloud Atlas, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone filming Gangster Squad, Colin Farrell on the set of Total Recall, and Jason Statham and Jennifer Lopez shooting Parker.

Posters for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Three Musketeers, Miss Bala, Everything Must Go, Red Lights, The Rum Diary, Dirty Girl, Paranormal Activity 3 and Fireflies in the Garden.

Steve Martin has penned a great letter to his "Bowfinger" co-star Eddie Murphy with tips on hosting the Oscars.

Video is up on Youtube of Hugh Jackman's appearance on WWE to promote "Real Steel". The tone is decidedly awkward.

"Composer James Horner "is pretty well set" to do the score for "The Amazing Spider-Man…" (full details)

"The DVD
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Cam Gigandet Joins the TNT Western ‘Gateway’

Cam Gigandet Joins the TNT Western ‘Gateway’
Cam Gigandet has certainly not lacked for acting work since his days as the evil vampire James in Twilight. Now Cam has been cast in the possible new Western series on TNT, Gateway. Cam plays the part of Jake Flynn, a young, hard-living cowboy who is seeking justice for his murdered father. Read more below: [...]

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Cam Gigandet lands role in TNT’s western ‘Gateway’

Actor Cam Gigandet, who co-starred in The Roommate, which has just hit DVD and Blu-ray here in the UK, has landed a role as one of the leads in cable network TNT’s new Western, Gateway, which tells the story of three brothers who step in to save their town when their father, the sheriff, is murdered. Which pits them against a corrupt cattle baron determined to make the town his own. Gigandet will play one of the brothers, Jake.

Formerly known as Tin Star, the project – which only has a pilot commitment as yet – comes from from Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon.
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Cam Gigandet Starring in TNT’s Western Gateway

It’s been a long time since we’ve had a decent Western on TV, but thanks to TNT, we’re about to get one in “Gateway” (aka “Tin Star”), which has cast “Priest’s” Cam Gigandet as its leading man. The show will be set in a “Colorado town of the same name in the 1880s, Gateway tells the story of three brothers who step in to save their town when their sheriff father is murdered, pitting them against a corrupt cattle baron determined to make the town his own.” Gigandet will play one of the brothers, Jake. Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon will produce the show, though apparently they still need to cast someone “big” enough for TNT to greenlight the pilot episode. If Gigandet is the lead and he’s not a big enough name for that greenlight, my guess is McKenna and Cannon will be
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Cam Gigandet Lands Lead In TNT’s Western Pilot Gateway

Actor Cam Gigandet (Burlesque) has landed one of the leads in the TNT Western drama pilot Gateway aka Tin Star.

The action/adventure project from Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon received a cast-contingent pilot order last month. Set in the Colorado town of the same name in the 1880s, Gateway tells the story of three brothers who step in to save their town when their father, the sheriff, is murdered. Which pits them against a corrupt cattle baron determined to make the town his own. Gigandet, whose casting does not lift the contingency on the Warner Horizon-produced project, will play one of the brothers, Jake.

Gigandet, repped by Wme and Luber Roklin, recently wrapped the Joel Schumacher-directed Trespass opposite Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman.

First off: Gateway is a better title then Tin Star but Tin Star does sound more countryish.

Second: I have liked some of
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Cam Gigandet Takes Gateway

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Cam Gigandet Takes Gateway
The new TNT pilot Gateway has landed Cam Gigandet as one of its three main leads. TNT picked up the pilot last month with a cast contingency, which means it will not get the green light until certain roles have been filled.

The series centers on three brothers forced to pitch in and save their hometown after their father, the sheriff, is murdered. They soon find themselves up against a wealthy cattle magnate who wants to take over small Colorado town. Cam Gigandet will portray Luke, one of the three brothers.

Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon wrote the pilot script for Gateway. Cam Gigandet's casting does not lift the contingency on the show, so it is not clear when production will start yet.
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Cam Gigandet Lands Lead In TNT’s Western Pilot ‘Gateway’

Exclusive: Actor Cam Gigandet (Burlesque) has landed one of the leads in the TNT Western drama pilot Gateway aka Tin Star. The action/adventure project from Bruce C. McKenna and Danny Cannon received a cast-contingent pilot order last month. Set in the Colorado town of the same name in the 1880s, Gateway tells the story of three brothers who step in to save their town when their sheriff father is murdered, pitting them against a corrupt cattle baron determined to make the town his own. Gigandet will play one of the brothers, Jake, on the Warner Horizon-produced project. Gigandet, repped by Wme and Luber Roklin, recently wrapped the Joel Schumacher-directed Trespass opposite Nicholas Cage and Nicole Kidman.
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