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Exclusive Photos from the INTERSTELLAR Los Angeles Premiere

Matthew McConaughey and Camila Alves McConaughey at the Los Angeles Premiere of INTERSTELLAR | ©2014 Sue Schneider

Paramount Pictures presented the Los Angeles Premiere of INTERSTELLAR recently at the TCL Chinese Theatre and the cast all came out and of course the fans. Walking the carpet were the stars of the film, which included: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Mackenzie Foy, Wes Bentley, David Gyasi, Timothee Chalamet, Christopher Nolan (Director/Producer/Co-Screenwriter), Lynda Obst and Emma Thomas (Producers) and Hans Zimmer (Composer). Joining the stars were guests, which included: John Savage, Blanca Blanco, Jess Weixler, Tessa Thompson, Bruce Caulk, Brad Grey, Camila Alves McConaughey. INTERSTELLAR is now playing nationwide. LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD – COMMENT BELOW Follow […]Read On »

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Executive Producer Betsy Beers talks HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER – Exclusive Interview

Viola Davis as Professor Annalise Keating, Billy Brown as Nate, Alfred Enoch as Wes, Jack Falahee as Conner, Katie Findlay as Rebecca, Aja Naomi King as Michaela, Matt McGorry as Asher, Karla Souza as Laurel, Charlie Weber as Frank and Liza Weil as Bonnie in HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER - Season 1 | ©2014 ABC/Craig Sjodin

Shonda Rhimes effectively owns Thursdays on ABC. She’s the executive producer on all three of the network’s hour-long dramas that night – GREY’S ANATOMY at 8 PM, SCANDAL at 9 PM and freshman hit HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER at 10 PM. Rhimes created the first two; MURDER was created by Peter Nowalk, who previously served as a writer/producer on GREY’S and SCANDAL. Betsy Beers is Rhimes’ partner in the ShondaLand production company and an executive producer on all three shows. She’s present at ABC’s HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER for the Television Critics Association. The series stars […]Read On »

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THE GAME creator Toby Whithouse on new espionage miniseries – Exclusive Interview

THE GAME | ©2014 BBC America

In BBC America’s new miniseries THE GAME, premiering Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 10 PM, it’s the early 1970s. England and the Soviet Union are spying on one another and it’s not clear to us, or perhaps even to him, where the loyalties of MI-6 agent Joe Lambe (Tom Hughes) truly are. Joe’s love has been murdered by the KGB, so he has vengeance on his mind, while some strange office politics play out at headquarters, where Daddy (Brian Cox) rules the department. Then there’s the possibility of nuclear war, due to a particular secret that the KGB is keen to […]Read On »

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John Cho takes a SELFIE and talks SLEEPY HOLLOW – Exclusive Interview

John Cho in SELFIE | ©2014 ABC/Craig Sjodin

Actor John Cho has done quite a lot in his career, including playing Harold in the HAROLD AND KUMAR movies, taking on the mantle of Mr. Sulu for the STAR TREK reboot films and being a regular in four previous television series. However, ABC’s half-hour SELFIE, Tuesdays at 8 PM, is Cho’s first lead in a romantic comedy. He plays Henry, a version of MY FAIR LADY’s Henry Higgins, who is attempting to get social media-obsessed Eliza (Karen Gillan, of DOCTOR WHO) to let go of her electronics and engage with real people. Cho, who was born in Korea, says […]Read On »

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TV Review: DANCING WITH THE STARS – Season 19 – Week 8 – Michael Waltrip voted out

Michael Waltrip and Emma Slater in DANCING WITH THE STARS - Season 19 | ©2014 ABC/Craig Sjodin

Stars: Tommy Chong, Bethany Mota, Janel Parrish, Alfonso Ribeiro, Sadie Robertson, Lea Thompson, Michael Waltrip Network: ABC, airs Mondays Original Telecast: November 3, 2014 There was no other place for Michael Waltrip to go but home. After lasting an impressive eight weeks, the Nascar superstar, along with his partner Emma Slater, was voted off DANCING WITH THE STARS a week shy of the semi- finals. A dance off as to who would get three extra points may have hurt him in the DWTS dance race. The highest scoring couple of the night, Janal Parrish & Val Chmerkovskiy who earned a […]Read On »

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SLEEPY HOLLOW star John Noble doesn’t lose his head in Season 2 – Exclusive Interview

John Noble stars as Henry in SLEEPY HOLLOW | © 2014 Fred Norris/FOX

In Fox’s SLEEPY HOLLOW, now in its second season Mondays at 9 PM, John Noble plays a character who has changed considerably in our perceptions. We first met his Henry Parish last season. Henry introduced himself as a psychically sensitive “sin eater” who apparently wanted to help Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison) and police lieutenant Abbie Mills (Nicole Beharie) in their efforts to prevent the Apocalypse. Imagine their surprise when “Henry” turned out to be not only Jeremy, the presumed-dead son of Ichabod and Katrina (Katia Winter) – who now appears older than his parents – but also the Horseman of […]Read On »

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Jeffrey Reiner gets cozy in THE AFFAIR – exclusive interview

Dominic West and Ruth Wilson star in THE AFFAIR on Showtime | © 2014 Showtime

Showtime’s THE AFFAIR, Sundays at 10 PM, chronicles the growing relationship between Noah (Dominic West) and Alison (Ruth Wilson), both married to other people. In the drama created by Sarah Treem, we hear both their versions of events as the two are separately interviewed by police about a crime. The first season is ten episodes long, with two more seasons planned if all goes well. Jeffrey Reiner, one of THE AFFAIR’s executive producers, directed the series pilot as well as other episodes. Reiner has been a producer/director on many other series, including HELIX, AWAKE and FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS. Following an […]Read On »

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CONSTANTINE star Matt Ryan goes to hell and back – Exclusive Interview

Matt Ryan in CONSTANTINE - Season 1 | © 2014 NBC/Paul Drinkwater

NBC’s new series CONSTANTINE, Fridays at 10 PM, is based on the HELLBLAZER comics and graphic novels by Jamie Delano and Garth Ennis. Matt Ryan plays John Constantine, a man who has literally fought demons but gave up the battle after a mistake on his part led to the death of a child and Constantine’s damnation. Now Constantine is given a chance at redemption by a possibly untrustworthy angel (Harold Perrineau), but he must resume combating the minions of Hell. Unlike the 2005 big-screen CONSTANTINE that starred Keanu Reeves, the television version, adapted from the source material by David S. […]Read On »

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Actor Masi Oka talks HAWAII FIVE-0 Season 5 and (briefly) the HEROES reboot – Exclusive Interview

Masi Oka in HAWAII 5-0 - Season 4 - "Ho'i Hou (Reunited)" | ©2013 CBS/Norman Shaprio

CBS’ HAWAII FIVE-0, Fridays at 9 PM, is currently enjoying its fifth season of crime-fighting in some of the most beautiful locations on American television. Masi Oka joined the show as helpful medical examiner Dr. Max Bergman in its first season; he became a regular in Season 2. The actor, originally from Tokyo, Japan, moved with his family to Los Angeles at the age of six. Before HAWAII FIVE-0, Oka spent four years as the time/space-jumping Hiro on HEROES. He recently played Ken Tanaka in the feature biopic JOBS and appeared as tech geek Bruce in the big-screen GET SMART […]Read On »

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GRACEPOINT actor Kevin Rankin is one of many suspects on this BROADCHURCH remake – Exclusive Interview

Kevin Rankin in GRACEPOINT - Season 1 | ©2014 Fox/Mathieu Young

Fox’s new series GRACEPOINT, Thursdays at 9 PM, is an American remake of the BBC’s BROADCHURCH, with some changes. In both, a young boy is murdered in a small coastal town – English in BROADCHURCH, Northern Californian in GRACEPOINT – and in both, just about everyone is a suspect. Also in both versions, David Tennant plays in a police detective, brought in from outside by the local force to head up the investigation. One of several changes, however, is that the dead boy’s family in GRACEPOINT is Episcopalian. Kevin Rankin plays the Reverend Paul Coates, who has a close relationship […]Read On »

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