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    Film/TV Correspondent


In Person This Week: Alicia Silverstone, Jackie Collins

Star Trek: Generations cast members Malcolm McDowell and Michael Dorn (aka Worf) appear at April 15 screening of the film in Glendale. The two will discuss their experience making the sci fi hit, following the 7:30 p.m. screening at the Alex Theatre.

The comedy sequel A Haunted House 2 premieres at LA Live near Staples Center on April 16. Among the cast members expected to appear are My Names is Earl’s Jaime PresslyMarlon WayansGalaxy Quest’s Missy Pyle and Magic Mike'Gabriel Iglesias


Tonight on TV: 'Fargo' Premieres, Tabatha Coffey Sits with Andy Cohen

The wacky world of Fargo, North Dakota, comes to FX with tonight's premiere of Fargo.

The 10-part miniseries version of Joel and Ethan Cohen's quirky comedy has the same dark comedic tone of the original film, but without Officer Marge Gunderson or a wood chipper, don't ya know? Like the film, the series examines a true crime case. The show stars Billy Bob Thornton as Loren Malvo, a drifter who arrives in the North Dakota town and seizes the opportunity to spread malice and violence.

Tonight on TV: The OC Housewives Return, LiLo Guests on '2 Broke Girls'

In case you forgot to set your DVR, a new season of cat fighting, jealousy and delusions of grandeur begins tonight on The Real Housewives of Orange County on Bravo. Which housewives will return and which have called it quits? The pic above may answer that, but watch tonight and find out!

Coming to Theatres: A Sexy New Tarzan, Tina and Amy Together Again

Alexander Skargard was last seen on True Blood laying out in the nude while sunbathing in the snow. For his next film project he get’s a wardrobe upgrade to a loincloth to play Tarzan. This version will begin with the character having adapted to civilization and living in London when he is called back to the jungle to stop the threat of a mining encampment. The adventure features Django Unchained's Christoph WaltzSamuel Jackson, and The Wolf of Wall Street’s Margot Robbie. Famed producer Jerry Weintraub and Harry Potter director David Yates are behind this latest Lord of the Jungle remake, which begins filming this summer.


'Roswell': A TV 'Where Are They Now?'

Primetime television has more youth-focused sci-fi and supernatural shows than ever before. On that list you would find TheTomorrow PeopleArrow100Beauty and the BeastThe OriginalsThe Vampire Diaries and Star-Crossed.

A series that carved the way for their success was the 1999 WB series 
Roswell. The story about teens from outer space living as New Mexico high school students went on to produce some big names in television and film. 

Today in Theatres: Horror Film 'Oculus,' NFL Drama 'Draft Day' and More

Doctor Who'Karen Gillian aka Amy Pond stars in the horror film Oculus. She plays a woman who's determined to prove her brother is innocent of a murder conviction that was actually caused by supernatural forces. The film's title refers to a haunted mirror that does much more than telling who is the fairest of them all. Along for the chills and screams are Battlestar Galactica'Katee SackhoffBlue Lagoon: The Awakening'Brenton ThwaitesCSI: Miami'Rory Cochrane and One Tree Hill'James Lafferty

Coming to TV: Tori Spelling and Jennie Garth to Reunite

ABC Family has given a thumbs up to two comedies. Mystery Girls is produced by Tori Spelling and follows two former stars of a hit TV detective series who reunite to solve a real-life mystery. The project reunites Spelling with her Beverly Hills 90210 costar Jennie Garth in the lead roles, joining Shameless vet Danika Yarosh


Tonight on TV: 'Tom & Jerry' Revived, Lohan on Letterman

The world's biggest fans of Million Dollar Listing: New York, which just happens to be series stars Fredrik EklundLuis Ortiz and Ryan Serhant, guest on tonight's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Coming to Theatres: Magic Mike Gets an 'XXL' Sequel, Jon Favreau Reunites with Robert Downey Jr. in 'Chef'

There will be a sequel to Magic Mike, and it will be called Magic Mike: XXL. Production is awaiting a script by lead star Channing Tatum. All male leads from the first film are expected to return, including Matthew McConaugheyAlex PettyferMatt BomerJoe ManganielloAlex Pettyfer and Tatum.

Coming to TV: The Cast of 'How I Met Your Dad,' 'True Blood' Gets a New Cast Member

Mixology star Andrew Santino plays Danny, the older gay brother of lead character Sally, played by Frances Ha’s Greta Gerwig in the CBS spinoff series pilot How I Met Your Dad. He’ll be joined by Masters of Sex alum Nick D’Agosto, whose role is being compared to Robin on the original series, while Sally is akin to the part of Ted. The rest of the cast includes Workaholics' Anders Holm and The Internship’s Tiya Sircar. Gerwig, who is also a producer on the aspiring series, claims it will be totally different than How I Met Your Mother, which had a lot of negative feedback to its recent series finale. Former Saturday Night Live writer Emily Spivey is also at the keyboard on this one.