Another actor has joined the cast of "The Tomorrow People" as The Hunger Games' Meta Golding has been chosen by the upcoming CW drama to play a sexy, intimidating new partner to series lead Robbie Amell.
"The Tomorrow People" premieres October 9th on The CW, and two new previews have arrived. We're still not sure how Dread-worthy this upcoming series will wind up being, but with Mark Pellegrino as one of the stars, we'll be watching for sure!
Lulu Jarmen's ultra gory contagion horror Bad Meat, which had its world premiere at the FrightFest Halloween Allnighter back in 2011, is finally available on DVD in the UK from Kaleidoscope Entertainment, and we have a look at the box art and more here.
Some quick casting news has rolled in for The CW's "The Tomorrow People" pilot as Deadline is reporting that 21-year-old actor Aaron Yoo has joined the show to play Russell, resident badboy of the "Tomorrow People" who is a lightning bolt of energy and fun.
More casting news has come in for one of the several pilots at The CW Network. Madeleine Mantock and Robbie Amell have just signed on to be a part of "The Tomorrow People" alongside the previously announced Mark Pellegrino.
Horror on television has never been more popular, and if anyone knows this to be a complete and total fact, it's The CW. Speaking of which, some quick casting news has come in for two of the network's new pilots: "The Tomorrow People" and "The Hundred."
It's been months since we last heard any news about Lulu Jarmen's ultra gory contagion horror film Bad Meat, but finally word has come that it will be released in the US and Canada by MVD with a street date of February 19, 2013.
Before the August 31st Blue Moon arrives for us, a bad moon is coming for the residents of Portland in this Monday night's Episode 2.03 of "Grimm," entitled "Bad Moon Rising." Check out this collection of stills from the ep, and start howling!
Looking for a little more info on next week's Episode 2.03 of "Grimm," entitled "Bad Moon Rising"? We've got you covered with a sneak peek of the ep, in which Nick calls on his Blutbad pal Monroe once more to see if his presence will jog Juliette's memory.
After the events of last night's episode of "Grimm," by the time next week rolls around, Nick may find that honesty is the only explanation he has left. Will Hank finally learn the truth? Check out this preview of Episode 2.03, "Bad Moon Rising," for a peek of the newest developments.
Grimm Cast Members Offer Up Some Hints Re Season 2; Full Synopsis Released for Ep. 2.03 - Bad Moon Rising
Monday's season premiere of "Grimm" is drawing closer, and we have a big batch of videos with all the regular cast members offering a few hints of what's in store during the second season. In addition NBC's released the full synopsis for Episode 2.03, "Bad Moon Rising."
Mark Pellegrino ("Supernatural", "Lost", "Being Human") guest stars in "Grimm" Season 2 as Jarold, an old high school buddy of Hank's, whose daughter goes missing. Now we've learned that John Pyper-Ferguson has been cast as a man looking to exact some justice from Jarold.
If you haven't been watching NBC's "Grimm" because you're turned off by the whole fairy tale aspect of it, you are so missing out. Do yourself a favor: Track down season one, and then start looking forward to season two like the rest of us. Speaking of which...
If you've been watching "Supernatural" recently, you know one thing: Actor Mark Pellegrino is one of the best and most memorable Satans we've seen in quite some time. Now he's ready to spread his evil a bit further into the land of the "Grimm."
It's no secret this week's installment of "Supernatural" sees the return of fan favorite Misha Barton (aka Castiel), and in this producer's preview of Episode 7.17, "The Born-Again Identity", executive producer Robert Singer unveils his shocking return.