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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Jared Keeso

Jared Keeso is a Canadian actor who was born in Listowel, Ontario, on July 1, 1984. His acting career began in 2004 when he appeared in the television film ‘Eve’s Christmas’ and in the television series ‘Life As We Know It’ and ‘Smallville’. Keeso’s big break came when he became a series regular in ‘Monster Warriors’. He played the role of Luke in 53 episodes between 2006 and 2007. He has gone on to establish a successful career in both film and television. He is currently best-known for playing Ben Chartier in ’19-2’ and Wayne in ‘Letterkenny’. Here are five

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Jared Keeso
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'Gotham' Star Jessica Lucas Is Engaged! See Her Ring

'Gotham' Star Jessica Lucas Is Engaged! See Her Ring
Congratulations are in order for Jessica Lucas!

The Gotham actress announced her engagement on Wednesday with an adorable selfie, showing off a new diamond sparkler and big smiles with her newly minted fiance at Ponte Amerigo Vespucci in Florence, Italy.

"Feeling like the luckiest girl in the whole world!" she captioned the pic. "Can't wait to spend my life with this man."

Photos: The Biggest and Best Celebrity Engagement Rings 

The 31-year-old's husband-to-be is Alex Jermasek, a Los Angeles-based butcher at celebrity chef Curtis Stone's West Hollywood restaurant and butcher shop, Gwen.

Jermasek shared the same photo to his Instagram page, gushing that he was "Living the dream." 

The couple appears to be indulging in some classic Italian fare on their current travels, with Jermasek sharing a few mid-meal photos of Lucas.

Lucas currently stars as Tabitha Galavan/Tigress on the Fox superhero drama, while her previous credits include leading roles on Melrose Place, Life as We Know It and [link
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Hawaii Five-0 Casts Rookie Blue Star Missy Peregrym as [Spoiler]

Hawaii Five-0 Casts Rookie Blue Star Missy Peregrym as [Spoiler]
Onetime Rookie Blue officer Missy Peregrym has copped a key role on Hawaii Five-0.

PhotosFive-0 First Look: Catherine Rejoins the Team for Episode 150

TVLine has confirmed that the actress will guest-star on the CBS drama as Danny Williams’ sister, Bridget.

To be introduced in the 10th episode of Season 7, Bridget — who still lives in New Jersey with her husband and kids — comes to Hawaii alone for a corporate retreat. Scott Caan’s Danny, witnessing his sister in a professional setting, in turn discovers a side of her that he has never seen.

RelatedHawaii Five-0: Inside Jack Lord’s
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'Enlisted': Chris Lowell's TV brothers Geoff Stults and Parker Young drive him 'freaking crazy'

On Fox's Friday comedy "Enlisted," Chris Lowell plays Cpl. Derrick Hill, the middle brother of three -- Geoff Stults plays the oldest brother, Pete; and Parker Young plays baby brother Randy -- all stationed at the same Army base in Florida.

Luckily for show creator Kevin Biegel, both brotherly love and sibling rivalry broke out almost immediately.

"Kevin had this pipe dream of what he wanted the chemistry to look like," Lowell, decked out in full fatigues on the show's Los Angeles set, tells Zap2it. "He created these archetypes that he was hoping these actors would fall into, and then when the three of us first got together, it was just frightening how quickly we just adopted those roles.

"We quickly transcended our lines and became who we were with each other all the time. Being on set is almost like being stuck in a house when you're growing up with your brothers.
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Exclusive: Chris Lowell Talks Brightest Star, Veronica Mars Movie

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Exclusive: Chris Lowell Talks Brightest Star, Veronica Mars Movie
Actor Chris Lowell has an expansive list of small screen credits, including “Life As We Know It,” “Private Practice” and the role for which many people still most remember him — Stosh “Piz” Piznarski on the CW’s “Veronica Mars,” a role he’ll reprise later this spring in the big screen spin-off. He also has a starring role in a new movie in theaters now: Maggie Kiley’s striking “Brightest Star,” about a young man’s post-college romantic and occupational wanderings. For ShockYa, Brent Simon had a chance to talk to Lowell one-on-one and in person last week, about “Brightest Star,” twentysomething ennui and what he thinks of how the “Veronica Mars” movie came to [ Read More ]

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CW Finds Cult Leader in Jessica Lucas

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Casting for pilot episodes is beginning to heat up as Networks scramble to add hot new shows to their fall line up. The CW is one step ahead of the curve as they cast Jessica Lucas as the lead in the pilot for the drama series Cult. The premise for the show is not a far departure from its regular programming which focuses on young adult dramas.

Deadline reports that the project is the brain child of writer Rockne S. O’Bannon who was also the creator of the Australian-American science fiction series Farscape. O’Bannon, in conjunction with Gossip Girl executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage will be working with Warner Bros. TV developing the new project.

Supernatural’s Alona Tal Joins Cult

Cult is centred around Skye, played by Lucas. Skye is an inquisitive young production assistant who works on a popular television show which is also
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Jessica Lucas lands lead in The CW pilot 'Cult'

Jessica Lucas lands lead in The CW pilot 'Cult'
Jessica Lucas has landed the lead role in The CW's pilot Cult. The drama, which is being executive produced by Gossip Girl's Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage, focuses on a television show which becomes controversial when fans seem to begin copying crimes featured in the series. Lucas has now signed up to play a production assistant working on the show, Deadline reports. Her character teams up with a blogger to investigate the fans who are apparently taking their devotion to the show too far. Lucas's previous television credits include Life As We Know It, Edgemont, (more)
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Exclusive Portraits: Kelly Osbourne, Kyle Richards at Macy’s ‘Fashion’s Night Out’

Chicago – Last month, the famous retailer Macy’s participated in “Fashion’s Night Out” in Chicago, at both their Michigan Avenue and State Street Stores. Among the special events was an appearance by Kelly Osbourne (”The Osbournes,” “Dancing with the Stars”) and Kyle Richards (”The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”).

Photographer Joe Arce captured these Exclusive Portraits of both Kelly Osbourne and Kyle Richards, during their appearance at Macy’s during “Fashion’s Night Out.”

Kelly Osbourne has built quite the media foundation, after most famously appearing on MTV with her father Ozzy and mother Sharon on “The Osbournes” starting in 2002. She has since released a music album (”Shut Up”), a book (”Fierce”), acted on stage and television (”Life As We Know It”) and participated in 2009 on “Dancing with the Stars,” when she placed third overall.

Kelly Osbourne at Macy’s ‘Fashion’s Night Out,’ Chicago, September 8th, 2011

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10 Reasons To Love… One-Season Wonders

TV used to be the awkward cousin of the movies. Sure, every decade had it’s hit series but up until the twilight years of the 90’s when shows like The Soprano’s and The West Wing helped redefine what could be achieved on a weekly basis from the comfort of your living room, there were relatively few titles that dared try to emulate the high octane thrills, slick visuals, and adult subject matters that your local multiplex was home to.

Thankfully the noughties brought a tsunami of titles that shattered the parameters of what could be achieved via the restrictions of tv, a gradual snowball of triple-a titles that have helped a once snubbed medium for storytelling thrive into arguably the most satisfying and diverse option for visual narratives. To the point where it coaxes actors, actresses, screenwriters and even directors to sojourn from their Hollywood hills and to
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Twitter weekend recap: What were the best #moviesinmypants?

Twitter weekend recap: What were the best #moviesinmypants?
If this weekend’s #moviesinmypants isn’t Twitter trending at its best, I don’t know what is.

Joining the fun was simple. All you had to do was think of a movie title that would sound better with “in my pants” attached to the end. Among the best contributions clogging my feed? Eliza Dushku’s Shall We Dance in My Pants, Wil Wheaton’s Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead in My Pants, and a submission from Modern Family’s co-executive producer Danny Zuker, The Wiz In My Pants.

This simple amusement went on for the better part of the weekend,
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My Soul to Take

Quickcard Review

My Soul to Take

Directed by: Wes Craven

Cast: Max Thieriot, John Magaro, Denzel Whitaker, Emily Meade

Running Time: 1 hr 47 mins

Rating: R

Release Date: October 8, 2010

Plot: A serial killer is thought to have died 16 years ago, and now seven kids who celebrate their 16th birthday on that very day are worried he’s come back to life.

Who’S It For? Do you like train wrecks? And no, not the violent kind that scare the hell out of you. Wes Craven directed and wrote this film. Realizing that is the biggest scare My Soul to Take offers.

Overall

In the town of Riverton everyone knows everyone. There’s the weird kid Bug (Thieriot), the angst ridden sidekick Alex (John Magaro), the blind kid Jerome (Whitaker), the jock Brandon (Nick Lashaway) and the “insanely mean for almost no reason” Fang (Emily Meade). Sure, there’s a handful of
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Hot List! 25 Best Break-Up Quotes

Hot List! 25 Best Break-Up Quotes
The hit romantic comedy "Life As We Know It" joins the list of movies about love and breaking up. "Extra" has collected 25 great quotes, from "Gone with the Wind" to "The Break-Up"!

Best Break-Up Quotes'The Break-Up' (2006)

Brooke (Jennifer Aniston): "I just don't know how we got here. Our entire relationship, I have gone above and beyond for you, for us. I've cooked, I've picked your shit up off the floor, I've laid
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'Secretariat': The Reviews Are In!

Critics think horseracing movie wrings a bit too much drama out of an already dramatic story.

By Eric Ditzian

Diane Lane in "Secretariat"

Photo: Disney

This weekend could end in a photo finish at the box office. "Secretariat," "Life as We Know It" and, in a holdover from last week, "The Social Network" will all compete for the top spot, and it's looking close at the moment. All three could rack up similar grosses — somewhere in the $15 million range — and experts are split on which film will be declared the winner.

If "Secretariat," Disney's retelling of the story of the greatest racehorse in history, can connect with families, the warm-hearted movie might well be trotting around the winner's circle Monday. Here's what the critics are saying:

The Story

"Penny Chenery (Diane Lane) has no idea she has a future winner on her hands when she inherits her late father's Virginia horse ranch.
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'Secretariat': The Reviews Are In!

Critics think horseracing movie wrings a bit too much drama out of an already dramatic story.

By Eric Ditzian

Diane Lane in "Secretariat"

Photo: Disney

This weekend could end in a photo finish at the box office. "Secretariat," "Life as We Know It" and, in a holdover from last week, "The Social Network" will all compete for the top spot, and it's looking close at the moment. All three could rack up similar grosses — somewhere in the $15 million range — and experts are split on which film will be declared the winner.

If "Secretariat," Disney's retelling of the story of the greatest racehorse in history, can connect with families, the warm-hearted movie might well be trotting around the winner's circle Monday. Here's what the critics are saying:

The Story

"Penny Chenery (Diane Lane) has no idea she has a future winner on her hands when she inherits her late father's Virginia horse ranch.
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Jake’s Take: ‘My Soul to Take’ interview with Wes Craven

My Soul to Take 3D

Directed by: Wes Craven

Cast: Max Thieriot, John Magaro, Denzel Whitaker, Zena Grey, Nick Lashaway

Running Time: 1 hr 47 mins

Rating: R

Release Date: October 8, 2010

Plot: They thought he was dead. A serial killer returns to terrorize seven children who share the same birthday as the date they thought he died.

Jake’s Take on his interview with Wes Craven, the director of My Soul to Take

Whenever you talk to someone you consider a legend — and in my mind, it’s hard to mention the world of horror without mentioning the name Wes Craven — to outright fail to acknowledge the classics is to take advantage of an incredible opportunity. But, more often than not, many people want to focus on the film they’re promoting and don’t want to talk about the older stuff.

Still, in an interview I consider a real give-and-take of old school vs.
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Movie theater rundown: Edwards Marq*E 09/13/10

I attended a screening of The Town out at the Edwards Marq*E IMAX theater on Katy Freeway here in Houston on Monday, September 13th. Best part of the whole trip was that Drew, the Warner Bros. rep, came through on his word and gave me a few of the tops (or totems) from Inception. For what's basically nothing more than a few pieces of metal, they're pretty amazing if you've seen the film. Trailers before the film included Due Date and Life As We Know It. Due Date has been playing with an awful lot of movies lately and, to be honest, looks better and better every time I see the...
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New Posters for 13, Client 9, A Little Bit Of Heaven, and Life As We Know It

We can separate today’s collection of posters neatly into “romantic comedy” and “numerical,” starting with the latter. Director Géla Babluani assembled Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, 50 Cent, Alexander Skarsgård, and Ray Winstone (among others) to remake his own French thriller 13 Tzameti, with the sparse new title 13. A bit lower on the number line, documentarian Alex Gibney (Casino Jack) was inspired by our nation’s most mischevious governor of late for Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer

After the jump, you can likewise check out new posters for a pair of rom-coms: the Gael García Bernal/Kate Hudson-led A Little Bit of Heaven (formerly Earthbound), and Life as We Know It, headlined by Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel.

13 hit SXSW in March, and was pencilled for a 2010 release, though I don’t see a U.S. distributor attached. This cast would look good on a DVD cover,
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New Fall TV Shows 2010 – What is Coming and What to Expect (Part I)

Now that September is here the networks are in the final sprint for the new 2010-2011 season. If you watch TV you probably will have seen many of these shows advertised. The new season lineup includes inevitable staples (classic cop and legal dramas) and more peculiar blends (The Shield’s Michael Chiklis in a family series playing a dad with superpowers, for example); some legendary names (Jj Abrams, Shawn Ryan, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg) and many fresh faces. A few shows like The Event (NBC), Running Wilde (Fox), Broadwalk Empire (HBO) or The Walking Dead (AMC) have already created buzz. For now, however, all of them are pure potential, waiting for their chance to conquer primetime. But despite any hopes or expectations, the only thing certain is that, among all of these promising shows, very few will make it to the second season mark.

ABC

ABC has a clear, light and family-oriented style – young professionals,
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Exclusive: ScarJo and Jgl Attached to Diablo Cody's "Breathers: A Zombie Lament | Trade News that Will Razz Your Berries

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Last we heard (early last year), Diablo Cody was producing and Geoff Latulippe was scripting the adaptation of S.G. Browne's Breathers: A Zombie's Lament. That script is now in, and it's out to directors. Moreover, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Scarlett Johansson are loosely attached, according to the Hollywood Cog. The movie is a romantic comedy about Andy, a dead man who discovers himself newly re-animated as a mid-aged, decaying zombie who must figure out what it means to live as an Un-dead in a society that denies his kind basic rights.

Holy Airbrush, Jason Priestley! Here's the latest photo of Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie (if you can recognize her) from The Tourist.

Because of Brad Pitt's humanitarian efforts in New Orleans -- and not, probably, because he knows anything about the Saints or cares for football in the least -- he's been tapped to do the narration for
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Poster Round-up: Burlesque and Life As We Know It get new posters

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Yea! We have two new posters for movies you probably don't really care about: Burlesque and Life As We Know It. Okay, perhaps that was a little harsh. Maybe you want to see one of these. Is your inner small-town girl aching for a chance at stardom? Are you looking to relate to the ups and downs of adulthood, but don't want to think too much? If you answered yes to either of those questions then you will be excited about the posters I bring you today. The Burlesque poster might actually...
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