Bond Bigger in IMAX; More X Factor, Arrow, Beast, Emily, Vegas, Elementary & Homeland coming

Following up on my previous entertainment news that was incomplete here’s the rest of it

 

In the links below read about

Interview with Jennifer Carpenter about recent episode of Dexter and the rest of the season

Spoilers from Michael Ausiello from last Tuesday

Interview with Patrick Dempsey about his signing a two-year deal to stay with Grey’s Anatomy

Walking Dead show runner explains Maggie’s goodbye to Hershel was based on a true story

Once upon a Time show others speculate what new characters they might add. (No Jack Sparrow unless Johnny Depp agrees)

IMAX version of James Bond Skyfall will actually be 26% bigger than traditional theaters. No black bars top and bottom.

Superman creators heirs lose court battle to retain rights to the character

 

 

Not in the links below but also of interest

Jennifer Esposito has been written out of episodes of Blue Bloods. She asked for a reduced schedule because of celiac disease. They reduced her schedule to zero.

Dish network has settled its dispute with AMC. Fans of walking dead rejoice

Switched at Birth will return to ABC Family Channel on January 7. Pretty Little Liars returns January 8

Arrow has been picked up for a full season at CW network. Three additional scripts ordered for Beauty and the Beast and Emily Owens M.D.

X Factor has been renewed for season 3 by Fox networks

Showtime has renewed Homeland for season 3

George lives! Former Grays Anatomy actor TR Knight will guest star on The Good Wife

Annie Wersching a.k.a. 24’s FBI agent René Walker will have a recurring role in the next season of TNT’s Dallas

CBS has ordered full season pickups for Vegas and Elementary

Adam Baldwin has joined the cast of the new TNT pilot The Last Ship. He’s filling a role that was supposed to be played by Titus Welliver read about for a family emergency

Barry Sloan who plays Takeda’s disciple Aidan on Revenge has been promoted to series regular

American Idol will premiere January 16 and 17th on Fox

Touch which was posted return this fall returns February 1 after Fringe finishes in its final season January.

The Following starring Kevin Bacon as an FBI agent hunting down a serial killer will premiere on Fox January 21

Jane Fonda will headline a new ABC comedies series called “Now What?”

Fox has ordered two additional episodes of “the Mindy Project”. Never heard of it.

ABC’s Last Resort and 666 Park Ave. get orders for two scripts each

Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to make movies based on Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer

Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg have donated $1 million each to an Obama super PAC

There is going to be a “Paranormal Activity 5” because 1-4 left so many unanswered questions

William Hurt and Bruce Greenwood are among the actors signed up for a BBC science Channel drama about the Challenger shuttle disaster

President Obama will appear on MTV election special on Friday. On Jay Leno tonight.

The season premiere of The Walking Dead was the highest-rated nonsports show in the 18-49 demographic for its week

Fox network is developing a legal drama for Greg Kinnear

Herbert Lom who played Inspector Dreyfus in the Pink Panther movies has died at age 95

Seth McFarland will be the host of the Oscars

A Charlie Brown Movie is in development slated for 2015

Russell Crowe will play Noah in a biblical epic slated for 2014

LeVar Burton and Wil Wheaton will appear together in an upcoming episode of Big Bang Theory

A casting call for the next season of Game of Thrones is looking for actors with an amputated leg

The creator of “Friday Night Lights” has asked Gov. Romney to quit using a catchphrase “Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can’t Lose” threatens to sue.

Ashton Kutcher has replaced Charlie Sheen in one other way. Becomes highest-paid TV actor at $24 million versus Sheen’s $20 million

Beyoncé has backed out of Clint Eastwood’s remake of “a Star Is Born”

 

 

 

 


Dexter’s Jennifer Carpenter on That Bath Scene, New Deb/Dex Intimacy! Plus: Early Finale Scoop

 


Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Glee, Psych, Fringe, Nikita, Dexter, Grey’s, Once, P’hood and More!

 


Exclusive Q&A: Patrick Dempsey On Re-Signing With Grey’s Anatomy, His Relationship With Ellen Pompeo and His Hopes for the Series Finale


‘The Walking Dead’: Showrunner Glen Mazzara gives the real life backstory to that moving scene between Maggie and Hershel — EXCLUSIVE

 


‘Once Upon’ showrunners reveal which famous characters they’d consider adding


IMAX Boasts 26% More James Bond ‘Skyfall’


Superman rights fight goes to DC Comics, judge rules

 

1 thought on “Bond Bigger in IMAX; More X Factor, Arrow, Beast, Emily, Vegas, Elementary & Homeland coming

  1. Arghhh, TV OVERLOAD! I’m kidding, but I’m not because there really are so many good shows to keep track of, and plenty of new ones too that have yet to prove themselves worthy. I’ve noticed that it’s just easier for me to keep my Hopper’s Primetime Anytime feature on so that I can always be sure to have all the primetime shows from the four major networks saved on my DVR. I’m happy to read that I can look forward to more Arrow, especially since one of my coworkers at DISH just introduced me to a few Green Arrow comics. I’ve learned that Oliver Queen is a tough guy who’s not to be messed with, and I can’t wait to see how the show portrays this attribute during it’s FULL season!

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