Thursday, July 25, 2013

Josh Holloway drops in on Yo Gabba Gabba (VIDEO)



I thought we were all over appearances by Josh Holloway on television (especially his upcoming Intelligence show), but this took us by surprise. Holloway appeared - for the second time, no less - on Yo Gabba Gabba. I don't know what to say to this, folks.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Dominic Monaghan in new The Bureau: XCOM Declassified trailer

Dominic Monaghan stars in the new trailer for The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. Fans were able to vote on the ending, and a new trailer with the fan-chosen resolution will be out soon. Enjoy!

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Josh Holloway celebrates his birthday while promoting his new show Intelligence

It's been a busy week for Josh Holloway. On July 20, he turned 44, during which the actor formerly known as Sawyer was spending time at the San Diego Comic Con promoting his new show Intelligence. Described as a mix of Bond, Chuck, and The Six Million Dollar Man, the show features Holloway as Gabriel, a man with a microchip in his brain that allows him to think and act like a computer. The show also stars Meghan Ory (Once Upon a Time) and Marg Helgenberger (CSI), and the executive producers include Michael Seitzman (North Country) and René Echevarria (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), The pilot was screened at Comic Con to an enthusiastic crowd, and CinemaBlend liked its ability to mix humor and action. The show premieres in February 2014 on CBS.

Friday, July 19, 2013

Showrunner Friedman leaving J.J. Abrams' show "Believe"

Here's the scoop on the changes going on at J.J.'s new show "Believe:"

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - Changes are still going down over at the much-buzzed about J.J. Abrams/Alfonso Cuaron supernatural series, "Believe," for NBC.
Series co-creator and showrunner Mark Friedman ("The Forgotten") has decided to leave the series over creative differences, TheWrap has learned. We hear his last day on the production was Friday. An individual close to the production says that though it was Friedman's decision to leave, the split was amicable. Warner Bros. Television, which is also producing the series, and NBC declined to comment.
"Believe," which Friedman co-created with director Cuaron ("Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban," "Children of Men") and is being produced by Abrams' Bad Robot Productions ("Revolution," "Person of Interest") has been undergoing rewrites as the writers room has been taking a new direction for the series.
"Believe" follows Bo (Johnny Sequoyah), a young girl with mysterious powers who's destined to change the world, and her protector Tate (Jake McLaughlin), who are both being hunted down by assassins.
As part of the recent changes in direction for the supernatural drama, actress Sienna Guillory, who played a hit-woman on the pilot, was written out as the series in order to focus on multiple international assasins after Bo and Tate.
The search is currently on to replace Friedman, who co-wrote the pilot with Cuaron. Bryan Burk executive produces the series alongside Abrams. NBC ordered "Believe" to series in March and slated it for a midseason debut.