FIRST WAVE OF “TEEN CHOICE 2011” NOMINEES ANNOUNCED
“The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” and GLEE Lead Film and TV Categories
with Most Nominations; Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez Lead Top Artist
Special Airs Sunday, August 7, LIVE on FOX
TEEN CHOICE 2011 will celebrate the hottest teen icons in film,
television, music, sports and fashion in the choicest, star-studded
two-hour event airing live Sunday, Aug. 7 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT
tape-delayed) on FOX. “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” leads the TEEN
CHOICE 2011 nominees with 12 nominations, and GLEE has nine
nominations. In addition, “The Vampire Diaries” has seven
nominations, while “The Hangover Part II,” Taylor Swift and Selena
Gomez each earned six nominations.
Fans ages 13-19 can vote once each day per category for their
favorite TEEN CHOICE 2011 nominees at
http://www.teenchoiceawards.com . Performers, presenters
and additional nominees will be announced soon.
Bradley Cooper (ex-Will) is nominated for Choice Movie Actor for his
role in "Limitless". He is also nominated, in the Choice Movie:
Chemistry category, along with Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis, for
“The Hangover Part II”.
Info from warmingglow.uproxx.com
"Along with former “Lost”-er Jorge Garcia and Sam Neil, J.J. Abrams
is hoping to duplicate his previous successes with “Alcatraz,” about
a team of FBI agents looking into the disappearance of a group of
prisoners from 30 years ago."
--Backstage with Bryan: Bradley Cooper
Bryan talks with Bradley Cooper, 13-year old YouTube sensation Rebecca
Black and Duran Duran.
Bradley Cooper, Part 1 (3/22/11)
Part 1: Bradley Cooper talks about reading reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, his
Dad taking him to adult films and working with a drug dealing monkey for
Bradley Cooper, Part 2 (3/22/11)
Part 2: Bradley Cooper talks about #1 movie Limitless, tries to talk Jay
into taking memory drug and working with De Niro.
Creator J.J. Abrams has a new show,
Undercovers, on NBC,
that is a romantic spy show.
Get ready for another exciting new Lifetime original movie - Bond of
Silence premiering Monday, August 23 at 9/8c! The film stars Kim
Grey's Anatomy/24 fame, as well as Greg Grunberg who you may
from Heroes. The film is based on true events that lead to a
mysterious murder and his wife's struggle to find answers.
Bond of Silence Synopsis:
In "Bond of Silence," Kim Raver stars as Katy McIntosh, a woman
husband, Bob (David Cubitt), is mysteriously murdered while trying
quell a wild teenage house party on New Year's Eve. Searching for
about her husband's death, Katy faces a shroud of secrecy from the
and their protective parents as they attempt to prevent her from
out the truth. Greg Grunberg stars as Paul Jackson, the detective
Katy uncover the secrets behind what really happened.
Greg Grunberg (Heroes, Alias) has been cast to co-star in the upcoming
Lifetime Original Movie Bond of Silence alongside Kim Raver (Grey's
Anatomy, 24). The film, inspired by a true story, will premiere on the
number one women's network this summer.
In Bond of Silence, Raver stars as Katy McIntosh, a widow whose husband
Bob is mysteriously murdered while trying to quell a wild teenage house
party on New Year's Eve. Searching for answers about her husband's death,
Katy faces a shroud of secrecy from the teens and their protective parents
as they attempt to prevent her from finding out the truth. Grunberg stars
as Paul Jackson, the detective helping Katy uncover the secrets behind
what really happened.
Grunberg is best known for his roles as police detective "Matt Parkman" in
the award-winning series Heroes, "Eric Weiss" on Alias and "Sean" in
Felicity. In the fall, he will be starring in NBC's new one-hour love
anthology series Love Bites. Grunberg has appeared in multiple episode
arcs on NYPD Blue and has guest-starred on shows such as House and Monk.
His feature film credits include Mission: Impossible III, Malibu's Most
Wanted, The Ladykillers, Hollow Man, Austin Powers in Goldmember, The
Muse, BASEketball, The Trigger Effect and Dinner & Driving.
Bond of Silence is executive produced by Patricia Clifford (Lifetime's
Sorority Wars), Ted Bauman (Lifetime Movie Network's Seven Deadly Sins),
Michael Jaffe and Howard Braunstein (Lifetime's The Memory Keeper's
Daughter). Peter Werner (Lifetime's Army Wives, Ghost Whisperer) will
direct the screenplay by Edithe Swensen (Lifetime's Who is Clark
Rockefeller?) and Teena Booth (Lifetime's The Pregnancy Pact). Bauman
Productions and Jaffe-Braunstein Entertainment will produce.
From ausiellofiles.ew.com 10/7/09
Question: What can you tell me about J.J. Abrams’ new NBC spy
Ausiello: I can tell you that despite reports to the contrary, it is
not a drama. “The truth is, it’s more of a comedy with drama and
action than a straight drama,” says Abrams of the project, which
revolves around a married couple who moonlight as secret agents.
“It’s certainly sweeter and more fun in tone than Alias was.”
Source: AOL News
Garner May Be Headed for Stage Role
Posted: 2007-08-02 11:12:06
Filed Under: Movies
(Aug. 2) - Former 'Alias' star and one-half of Bennifer 2.0 could
soon find herself acting on Broadway.
According to the New York Post, Jennifer Garner is in talks to star
in a revival of 'Cyrano de Bergerac' along with veteran actor Kevin
Jennifer Garner actually started her career on Broadway as an
Garner will play Roxane, the woman de Bergerac is in love with.
Kline will take on the titular role.
The play is expected to begin in October and run for 10 weeks.
People.com reports that the A-list actress got her start on Broadway
when she was cast as an understudy in Ivan Tugenev's 'A Month in the
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Pilot Gigs for 'Alias,' 'O.C.' Ladies
Elizondo, O'Laughlin, Moyer also grab pilot leads
March 8, 2007
Mia Maestro's ready to find a new "Alias" and Shannon Lucio wants to
prove there's life after "Spring Break Shark Attacks."
The two leading ladies are part of a busy day of pilot casting buzz.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Maestro will join LL Cool J and
Melinda Clarke in CBS' "The Man," playing a doctor with close ties
to the show's central undercover cop.
Maestro played Nadia on ABC's "Alias" and has also appeared in the
features "Poseidon" and "Secuestro Express."
Lucio, best known as Lindsay from "The O.C.," has taken one of the
leads in CBS' very "Angel"-esque drama about a vampire (Alex
O'Laughlin) who works as a private investigator. Lucio will play a
TV reporter in the pilot.
Also at CBS, Hector Elizondo will play the family patriarch in the
untitled drama from Cynthia Cidre. Formerly titled "Los Duques," the
show focuses on a multi-generational Latin American family in the
rum business and also stars Jimmy Smits, Nestor Carbonell and Rita
Elizondo has an upcoming role on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and has a
long list of feature credits including "The Flamingo Kid," "Pretty
Woman" and the upcoming "Georgia Rule."
In other casting news, Stephen Moyer is set for the lead in FOX's
drama "NSA Innocent." The series focuses on an ordinary guy enlisted
to spy on a defense contractor. Moyer's credits include the upcoming
feature "88 Minutes" and the USA miniseries "Starter Wife."
Garber Is Set In Stone
Victor Garber (Alias) has been tapped to star opposite Jonny Lee Miller in ABC's
drama pilot Eli Stone, a high-concept legal drama about Eli Stone (Miller),
a brilliant attorney at the top law firm in San Francisco who finds out he might
be a prophet, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Eli is produced by
Touchstone Television and the studio-based Berlanti Television.
Garber will play the senior partner at the firm, the most respected attorney in
town, who happens to be the father of Stone's fiancee.
Casting for the role had been going on for several months, and ABC and
Touchstone TV are said to have jumped at the opportunity to recruit Garber when
became available after the November cancellation of his Fox/Warner Brothers TV
freshman drama Justice.
For five seasons, Garber starred as Jack Bristow on ABC's spy drama Alias, a
role that earned him three Emmy nominations.
ALIAS is coming back in April for 8 final hours on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m.
April 19th is the day of the midseason premiere. There will be a two-hour
midseason premiere, then four episodes, then a 2-hour finale in May.
E! Online's "Watch With Kristin" column reported that ABC has cut the order for
the last season of Alias to 17 episodes from 22. Citing an unnamed show
representative, the column also reported that writers are worried that the
network may cut the show's order further, depending on when the show eventually
returns to the schedule.
ABC still hasn't scheduled Alias, which is supposed to wrap up its last season
in the spring.
According to the column, the writers have come up with a plan to bring the Alias
storylines to a conclusion within the allotted remaining episodes, even if they
need to end the show more quickly than expected.
Alias has resumed production following star Jennifer Garner's maternity leave.
'Alias' to Return on April 19
The Associated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - ABC's spy drama, ``Alias,'' starring Jennifer Garner as Sydney
Bristow, will return April 19.
The two-hour episode will feature the birth of Sydney's baby and the
reappearance of love interest/fellow spy Michael Vaughn, played by Michael
Garner, 33, gave birth to a daughter, Violet, on Dec. 1. The baby is the first
child for Garner and her husband, Ben Affleck.
``Alias,'' created by J.J. Abrams, is ending its five-year run this spring.
Other familiar faces who will crop up in Sydney's life during the show's final
episodes include best friend Will Tippin (Bradley Cooper), mother Irina Derevko
(Lena Olin) and nemesis Julian Sark (David Anders).
Jennifer Garner's real-life pregnancy will be written into the series. Rachel
Nichols (The Inside) will join the cast as Rachel Gibson, a CIA operative that
Sydney will take under
her wing (and thus do most of the stunt related activities).
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