Claudia Black Narrates Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning Preview
There’s no mistaking CLAUDIA BLACK’s voice in this new preview trailer for the RPG video game Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, set for launch on February 7, 2012, in the United States and February 10, 2012, in Europe.
New Project for Beau Bridges
Los Angeles, CA (October 28, 2011) – Exclusive Media Group (“Exclusive”) has acquired worldwide rights in all media excluding US and Canada to the high-octane, action romantic comedy OUTRUN, written and directed by Dax Shepard (acting credits EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH, BABY MAMA and MTV’s “Punk’d”) who, co-directs with David Palmer, and stars with Kristen Bell, Bradley Cooper and Tom Arnold, it was announced today by Exclusive co-chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East. The all-star ensemble cast featuring some of the industry’s leading comedic actors also includes Kristin Chenoweth, Beau Bridges, David Koechner, Michael Rosenbaum, Joy Bryant and Ryan Hansen.
The feature film is being produced by Andrew Panay (WEDDING CRASHERS), Nate Tuck (BROTHER’S JUSTICE), and Kim Waltrip & Jim Casey (EXPECTING MARY).
Living under an assumed identity in central California, ex-getaway driver “Charlie Bronson” (Shepard) agrees to break the rules of his Witness Protection and drive his sexy girlfriend (Kristen Bell) to Los Angeles so that she can land her dream job. When the authorities and his former gang (led by Bradley Cooper) learn he is back behind the wheel, they hit the road to chase him down. Desperate to stay one step ahead, Charlie upgrades to an even faster car as the story shifts into high gear; cranking up the horse power and increasing the speed to make it to Southern California in time and, more importantly, in one piece.
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Preview Trailer for Flanigan’s Metal Hurlant Chronicles
JOE FLANIGAN’s name appears at the end of this new preview for Metal Hurlant Chronicles, a new TV series based on the 1975 comic book series, that’s set to premiere in April 2012. A second season will follow in November 2012. As of this writing, the series does not yet have a US distributor.
From Horror-Movies.ca: “The series stars Rutger Hauer (The Hitcher, Hobo With A Shotgun), Scott Adkins (“The Expendables 2?),Michael Jai White (“Black Dynamite”), Joe Flanigan (“Stargate Atlantis) and James Marsters (“Buffy”).”
Lou Diamond Phillips to Guest on Southland
Lou Diamond Phillips will guest-star on the Season 4 premiere of TNT’s Southland, TVGuide.com has learned.
The former NUMB3RS and Stargate Atlantis star will play Danny Ferguson, a physically intimidating beat cop who is deeply cynical about law enforcement. His views cause more than a little tension with Ben (Benjamin McKenzie) and Sammy (Shawn Hatosy), but when the time comes to put up or shut up, Ferguson proves to be an exceptional officer.
Southland, which also stars Michael Cudlitz, premieres Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 10/9c on TNT.
Staite and Nykl Spending Time with the Ferengi
Stargate Atlantis stars JEWEL STAITE and DAVID NYKL are spending some time with the Star Trek crew this weekend in Orlando, Florida. Deep Space Nine star ARMIN SHIMERMAN, also attending the Vulcan Events – Away Mission: Orlando, visited Stargate SG-1 in the Season One episode “The Nox.” Read more about the guest list at Subspace Communique.
Stargate for Halloween?
Fitzgerald, on the other hand, says his large display began about a dozen years ago with one light-up Frankenstein piece that sat in his front yard.
When his brother-in-law, Brad Richardson, an Emmy-award winning Hollywood set designer, moved into his house 11 years ago, Fitzgerald’s display really took on a whole new life.
Featuring hundreds of movie quality props including a 20-foot-tall spider, a Stargate (from the film “Stargate”) and a huge crocodile, many of the one-of-a-kind objects are made by Fitzgerald and Richardson.
“There is tremendous detail in the props,” Fitzgerald said. “People are always discovering new details.”
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