A Firefly reunion is taking flight on Castle. Summer Glau has signed on to guest-star opposite her onetime Serenity captain Nathan Fillion in a spring episode of the ABC drama. Glau will play Kendall Frost, a provocative private detective in Los Angeles who who competes with — you guessed it — Castle to solve a deadly mystery.Read More »
Neal McDonough stars in the the new movie GREATER which tells the story of Brandon Burlsworth, possibly the greatest walk-on in the history of college football. In theaters January 29.Read More »
Meaghan Rath stars in the new FOX series ‘Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life’
The Hollywood Reporter says: “And both Lapira and particularly Rath have been actresses in need of a starring comedy vehicle for years and their regular upstaging of less interesting male characters here reinforces that. To repeat: Somebody give Rath her own show.” Read the full review here.
Baz Luhrmann’s musical Netflix drama The Get Down is experiencing some divine intervention, courtesy of Breaking Bad alum Giancarlo Esposito.
How’s this for super-meta casting: Helen Slater and Dean Cain have landed guest-starring roles on CBS’s Supergirl.
Slater, of course, played Kara on the big screen in 1984’s Supergirl, while Cain starred as the Man of Steel in ABC’s Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. And both guest-starred on the WB/CW Superman drama Smallville, Slater in the role of Clark/Kal-El’s Krypton mom Lara, and Cain as the immortal Dr. Curtis Knox.
Details on who the pair will be playing in the pilot are being kept under lock and key. As previously reported, Laura Benanti (Nashville) will play Kara’s birth mother, Alura Zor-El, who continues to guide her daughter across space and time. The cast also includes Grey’s Anatomy‘s Chyler Leigh as Kara’s foster sister Alex, Homeland‘s David Harewood as Department of Extra-Normal Operations chief Hank Henshaw, Ally McBeal‘s Calista Flockhart as Kara’s boss Cat Grant and Desperate Housewives‘ Mehcad Brooks as Jimmy Olsen.
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Ernie Hudson is trading in his proton pack for a trident, as the actor has been cast as Poseidon in Once Upon a Time.
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With the return of “The Flash” after a one week break, comes a DC Comics supervillain to oppose our speedy hero. Rather, a supervillainess.
Kelly Frye plays the title character in the episode “Plastique,” a metahuman who has the power to turn just about anything into a bomb. While her character in the comics is on the evil side of the fight, “The Flash” is giving the character a bit of a different spin.
Be sure to pick up the newest issue of Entertainment Weekly’s Special Reunion Issue with Ernie Hudson on the cover with his fellow “Ghostbusters” co-stars.Read More »
In the vein of past Syfy mini-series such as Taken, Alice, Tin Man and Battlestar Galactica, Ascension is a six-hour event set to debut on December 15.
In 1963, the U.S. government launched a covert space mission sending hundreds of men, women and children on a century-long voyage aboard the starship Ascension to populate a new world. Nearly 50 years into the journey, as they approach the point of no return, a mysterious murder of a young woman causes the ship’s population to question the true nature of their mission.Read More »
Ex marks the spot for Battlestar Galactica alum Michael Trucco, who’s heading to Scandal as the estranged hubby of Darby Stanchfield’s Abby, TVLine has confirmed.
Per Scandal history, Trucco’s character, Charles Putney, is the youngest son of former Virginia Governor James Putney. His four-year arranged marriage to Abby ended when he assaulted her in a drunken stupor (prompting Olivia to return the favor by taking a tire iron to his knees).Read More »