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Steve Carell Is “Still Standing” In ‘Space Force’ Trailer

A creative reunion between Greg Daniels (The Office) and Steve Carell should have been in the offing (sorry for the horrible pun) years ago,...

Electric Now App To Carry ‘The Outpost’ And ‘Almost Paradise’

Los Angeles based production and distribution company Electric Entertainment, led by Dean Devlin, has launched the Electric Now App. The linear and on-demand streaming...

FilmRise Adds ‘My Favorite Martian’ And ‘The Rifleman’ To Free Streaming

With self-quarantine in effect for the forseeable future, streaming life has become commonplace on a worldwide level. With so much content to devour, checking...

Christian Kane Talks ‘Almost Paradise’ Life In The Philippines: “It Actually Felt Like A Home For Me”

One series that I've been completely invested in is Almost Paradise, an engaging series that, along with being first rate escapist entertainment, places the...

Samantha Richelle Explores An “Almost Paradise” Experience In The Philippines

The freshman series Almost Paradise centers on Alex Walker (Christian Kane), a former DEA agent who moves to the Philippines to run his own...

Dean Devlin Reflects On “Emotionally Surprising” And “Overwhelming” Experience Of ‘Almost Paradise’

Dean Devlin's diverse career includes successful collaborations with director Roland Emmerich (he penned the scripts for Independence Day and Godzilla) and producing such Leverage...

Sarah Wayne Callies On The Power of Television: “We Are Defined By The Stories That We Tell”

Sarah Wayne Callies has been an integral part of popular and acclaimed TV shows (Prison Break, The Walking Dead), and now she explores the...

‘The Outsider: The Complete First Season’ Hits Blu-Ray And DVD In June

The Outsider: The Complete First Season hits Blu-Ray and DVD on June 9 via Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The series is currently available on...

Sean Conlon Talks ‘The Deed: Chicago’ And The Importance Of Cultivating Relationships

The Deed: Chicago returns for its second season as multi-millionaire mogul Sean Conlon guides and aids developers in their respective projects. Flipping an investment...

Manny Montana Reflects On Long Beach Roots: “It Gives Me That Peace Of Mind”

They say home is where the heart is, and for Good Girls actor Manny Montana that "home" may literally and figuratively reside in Long...

Janet Montgomery And Tyler Labine Discuss Diversity Behind ‘New Amsterdam’ Environment

A show's success is often rooted in the effectiveness of the writing staff and the performance of the ensemble. For New Amsterdam actors Janet...

VIDEO: Patrick John Flueger On The “Cohesive Group of Collaborators” Of ‘Chicago P.D.’

During the NBCUniversal Press Tour, Patrick John Flueger talked about what he's learned as a collaborator from working on Chicago P.D. Plus, he relays...

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Trey Tucker Locks In On The Character Driven Dynamics Of ‘What Lies Below’

  What Lies Below centers on Liberty (Ema Horvath), a teenager who believes her mom's fiancĂ© (Trey Tucker) is not what he appears to be....

Julien Temple Explores “Nature of Creativity” And Shane MacGowan’s Life In ‘Crock of Gold’

Directed by Julien Temple, Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan delves into the life of the Irish vocalist who was...

‘Wander’ Director April Mullen On Taking Big Swings And Collaborating With Aaron Eckhart

Aaron Eckhart delivers a heartbreaking and ennervating performance in Wander, a thriller directed by April Mullen which simply floored me. Mullen's visceral and bracing...

Dia Frampton Reflects On Rare Storytelling Aspects Of ‘I Hate New Year’s’ And Acting Journey

  Actress/singer Dia Frampton (Meg & Dia, The Voice alum) headlines I Hate New Year's, a romantic comedy about a music star named Layne (Frampton)...