R.I.P. Michael O'Hare
Former Babylon 5 series star Michael O'Hare has passed away at age 60 following complications of cardiac arrest. After making his acting debut in 1976's TV mini The Adams Chronicles, O'Hare appeared in many TV series' including T.J. Hooker, The Equalizer, Law & Order, & Babylon 5 in which he played Commander/Ambassador Jeffrey Sinclair.
Aussie pair have Need for Speed?
Aussie actors Brenton Thwaites & Luke Bracey are reportedly being tested for DreamWorks' adaptation of the Need for Speed game series, says Deadline.Email Me! - When Available!
Actor Johnny Lewis found dead
28-year old actor Johnny Lewis has been found dead in Los Feliz in Los Angeles, sources report. The former Sons of Anarchy & The O.C. actor reportedly went on a bizarre rampage, allegedly killing his elderly landlady before leaping to his death from a rooftop.
Major Crimes gets more cases
Deadline reports that TNT has renewed its spinoff from The Closer, Major Crimes, for a second season. 15 new episodes have been ordered for the series which stars Mary McDonnell.Email Me! - When Available!
R.I.P. Andy Williams
Legendary singer/actor Andy Williams has passed away at age 84 after losing his battle against bladder cancer. The crooner is best known for his signature song Moon River, which became the theme of his popular NBC variety series The Andy Williams Show in the 1960s.
Gyllenhall & Jackman are Prisoners?
Jake Gyllenhall is in talks to star opposite Hugh Jackman in director Denis Villeneuve's new thriller Prisoners, Variety reports. Shooting is slated to begin in early 2013 once Jackman completes work on The Wolverine.Email Me! - When Available!
Royal Pains, White Collar, Covert Affairs all renewed
The USA cable network has renewed three of its most popular series'. Royal Pains has been given a 26-episode pickup, guaranteeing it for a 5th & 6th season. White Collar & Covert Affairs also received 16-episode pickups each.
Carano joins female Expendables
Former MMA fighter & Haywire star Gina Carano is attached to star in the as-yet-untitled action film being described as an all-female riff on The Expendables, Variety reports.