Jim Parsons on 'Letterman' Tonight, Molly Shannon on 'Hannibal'
Posted 4/25/2013 2:37:00 PM
 
 
   

The Big Bang Theory
's Jim Parsons is interviewed on tonight's Late Show with David Letterman. Perhaps David will find out why Parsons was a no-show at last weekend's interview with Jane Fonda at the Gay and Lesbian Center's The Village.

Jim's Big Bang Theory co-star Kelly Couco stops in to visit on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Pain & Gain's Anthony Mackie guests on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Talking about no-shows, Mackie's Pain & Gain costar Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson didn't make it to Monday night's premiere at Grauman's Chinese because he had to have emergency hernia surgery. Can I go on record as a volunteer to change his bandages?

The glamorous Firefly vet and Suits star Gina Torres joins former Saturday Night Live cast member Molly Shannon on tonight's episode of Hannibal on NBC. Shannon also joins Sam Rockwell in the comedy Trust Me. Written and directed by The Avengers' Clark Gregg, the story introduces a former child actor who has become an agent for child actors, only to see them jump ship to his arch nemesis. The film costars The Good Wife's Amanda Peet, The Help's Allison Janney, Desperate Housewives' Felicity Huffman and her real-life husband, Shameless star William H. Macy.

Macy's costar and son on Shameless, Cameron Monaghan, appears with Showgirls' Gina Gershon, Men in Black's Vincent D'onfrio and Nip/Tuck's John Hensley in the movie Mall. It's n a sequel to the cult favorites Mallrats but a drama about five disaffected youths who gather at a local shopping mall. Monaghan will also appear in the film version of Christopher Barzak's novel One for Sorrow. The movie version is called Jamie Marks is Dead and costars Liv Tyler and Homeland's Morgan Saylor.

Mad Men's Bryan Batt joins Silver Linings Playbook actress Jackie Weaver in the JFK assassination drama Parkland. As Tom Hanks is a producer on the project it should be of no surprise that his son Colin also appears in the film. The cast includes a number of rather impressive names including Grimm's Bitsie Tulloch, Lincoln's Jackie Earle Haley, Smallville's Tom Welling, Zac Efron, Billy Bob Thornton, Paul Giamatti and Marcia Gay Harden. Relatively unknown actor Brett Stimely plays President John F. Kennedy in this film, having previously played the same character in Watchmen and Transformers: Dark of Moon.
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