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  • Nathaniel Grey

    Film/TV Correspondent

 

Coming to TV: The Vampire Diaries' Claire Holt Meets Charles Manson

The Vampire Diaries and The Originals star Claire Holt, best known as Rebekah, has joined the cast of NBC’s Aquarius. Read more...


Coming to Theatres: Is Jason Momoa the New Aquaman?

Warner Bros. hasn’t confirmed it but most news sources are proclaiming with confidence that Game of Thrones vet Jason Momoa will play Aquaman Read more...


Coming to Theatres: Darryl Stephens Brings 'Beyond the Light's'

DTLA’s Darryl Stephens joins Belle’s Gugu Mbatha-Raw in the drama Beyond the Light’s coming November 14. Read more...


Coming to TV: Patti LaBelle Stays for More American Horror Story: Freak Show

Patti LaBelle has committed to a four-episode run on American Horror Story: Freak Show. Read more...


Coming to TV: Deborah Ann Woll Joins New 'Daredevil' series on Netflix

With True Blood ending next Sunday, costar Deborah Ann Woll has already moved on to her next role. Read more...


Coming to TV: Patti LaBelle Joins American Horror Story: Freak Show Cast

Patti LaBelle has committed to a four-episode run on American Horror Story: Freak ShowRead more...


Today in Theatres: 'The Giver,' 'Expendables 3,' 'Let's Be Cops'

After 20 years in development, Lois Lowry’s 1993 sci-fi novel The Giver reaches theatres today, produced by and starring Jeff Bridges in the title role, a part he had once envisioned for his late father Lloyd Bridges. The story is of an alternate society where people see only in black and white and are void of emotional complications. Bringing hope to this world is The Giver, a legendary figurehead who retains the knowledge of true human history. Patriot Games’ Phillip Noyce directed this cast, which includes Meryl StreepMaleficent’s Brenton ThwaitesTrue Blood’Alexander Skarsgard and Shameless costar Cameron Monaghan.

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Coming to Theatres: Godzilla and King Kong Return, Anne Rice's 'Vampire Chronicles' to Get Film Treatment

Godzilla director Gareth Edwards will be back to direct the sequel. But the best news is that joining the destroyer of cities will be the giant insect Mothra, the Pteranodon Rodan and the three-headed dragon Ghidorah. Edwards will take on the next battle of monsters after he finishes directing a Star Wars spin-off film that is expected to land in theaters in 2016. 

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Tonight on TV: Sean Bean Stars in 'Legend,' Zombie Sharks and the Return of 'Wahlburgers'

Game of Thrones alum Sean Bean is a deep undercover agent in TNT’s new series Legend, which debuts tonight. Based on a novel by Robert Littell, Bean plays not just another spy but one with the ability to change his appearance as needed. He’s a noted asset to the agency when his life begins to unravel after he learns that his personal identity may not be real.
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Coming to Theatres: More Robin Williams Yet to Come

As we all seek ways to understand the shocking death of Robin Williams, perhaps news of the upcoming gifts he's left behind will soften the loss. Though he had recently signed on for the sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire, he had completed four different film projects, three of which are currently in post-production. Williams teamed with Fargo's Bob Odenkirk for Empire State director Dito Montiel's drama, Boulevard, which debuted at the recent Tribeca Film Festival. Since then it's been waiting for a distributor, yet sadly that wait may be over in the wake of the actor's death.  

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