Author Nathaniel Grey

  • Nathaniel Grey

    Film/TV Correspondent


Coming to TV: The Scoop on 'AHS: Freak Show,' TV Movie to Feature Kids of Disney Villains

Production on the next season of American Horror Story will remain in New Orleans even though it will be set in 1950s Florida. Announced as American Horror Story: Freak Show, the title clarifies rumors that the show will be set in a carnival atmosphere.

Tonight on TV: MTV's 'Faking It,' Tori Spelling's Fourth Reality Show

MTV's new high school-focused MTV series Faking It takes two close, straight friends, Amy and Karma, who are mistakenly outed by the popular alpha gay student, Shane, when he proclaims them as a lesbian couple. When the resulting student body reaction places them on the social A-list, they decide to pretend to be more than just platonic girlfriends. The cast includes Rita Volk as Amy, Katie Stevens as Katie, BunheadsBailey Buntain, White Frog’s Gregg Sulkin and G.B.F.’Michael Willett as Shane. The series comes from Greek creator Carter Covington

Coming to TV: Charlie Sheen Gets Another Show, David Duchovny Fronts New Manson Family Series

TNT’s series of The Librarian films are the seeds of a new series called Librarians. Star of the films Noah Wyle will appear on the show when he’s not filming the hit sci-fi series Falling Skies. He'll also be an executive producer on the adventure, which follows a group of chosen ones who protect legendary and mystical artifacts. The cast will include X-Men’Rebecca RomijnNight Court’s John LarroquetteAngel’s Christian Kane with Bob Newhart and Jane Curtin reprising their roles from the telefilms. 


In Person This Week: Cameron Diaz, Tabatha Coffey, Ian Somerhalder

Catch numerous stars at tonight’s L.A. premiere of The Other Woman at Westwood's Regency Village Theatre. Among the cast members expected are Cameron DiazKate Upton, Nicki MinajTaylor Kinney and Game of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.


Tonight on TV: 'Salem' Premieres, Eva Longoria Directs 'Devious Maids'

WGN, the Chicago-based but nationally available Superstation unveils its first original series, Salem. Hoping to capture the success of American Horror StoryCoven, this drama looks at the world of witches from their historic past.

Tonight on TV: 'Orphan Black' Returns, BBC Airs 'The Real History of Science Fiction'

The long-awaited return of the BBC America series Orphan Black, starring the amazing Tatiana Maslany, arrives tonight. One of this season's storylines is the conflict between lead character Sarah and the evil corporate head Rachel, who appears to have abducted Sarah’s daughter Kira last season. Among the newly discovered clones is Jennifer, a retired high school teacher and swim coach. She left her career due to a respiratory condition that has plagued others of her kind. Jennifer is introduced after Cosima, the lesbian biology student, discovers the educator's rather haunting video diaries.

Now in Theatres: New Films from Tom Hardy, Derek Hough, Liev Schreiber

The new thriller Locke stars The Dark Knight Rises' Tom Hardy in the story of a construction manager whose life is rocked by a series of phone calls he receives while driving. Joining him are Broadchurch's Olivia Colman, The Impossible’s Tom Holland and Sherlock's Andrew Scott.


Coming to Theaters: Daniel Radcliffe's 'Frankenstein' Update, A Look at the Career of Bryan Singer's Accuser

Harry Potter goes evil in an upcoming remake of Mary Shelley’s most famous story. Daniel Radcliffe plays Igor to X-Men: Days of Future Past’James McAvoy’s Victor Von Frankenstein in director Paul McGuigan’s Frankenstein. The script comes from Chronicle writer Max Landis, son of Director John Landis. The cast also features Downton Abbey’s Jessica Brown FindlaySherlock’s Andrew Scott and Wrath of the Titans’ Spencer Wilding


Coming to Theatres: Jessica Lange Joins Mark Wahlberg, 'Battlestar Galactica' Gets Completely Reimagined

American Horror Story’s Jessica Lange joins Lone Survivor’s Mark Wahlberg in the high stakes drama The Gambler. Currently in post-production, the film was helmed by Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt and was written by the man behind the screenplay for The Departed, William Monahan. The drama looks at a gambling-addicted literature professor who rubs the mob the wrong way. It features The United States of Tara’s Brie Larson12 Years a Slave’Michael K Williams and Argo’s John Goodman.


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