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Thursday, April 24th 2014

The Tomorrow People Star, Jeffrey Pierce, Talks the Season Finale

tomorrow_people_jeffrey_pierce1_article_story_largeThe Tomorrow People is one of our favorites and we’ll be disappointed if it doesn’t get a second season. The show is AMAZING!

Star Jeffrey Pierce, who you may know as Stephen’s father talked with Hit Flix about why the show deserves a second season and the finale.

In terms of the story, you hold a lot of cards in terms of ramping things up for the finale. In the last few episodes, we’ve seen allegiances change and people switch sides often. Can Roger throw an additional wrench in all that?

I think that Roger’s arrival brings clarity and chaos at the same time. His relationship with John and their shared history is really painful for both of them. There’s a lot of regret from Roger in terms of what he and Jedekiah put John through in terms of turning him into a killer. The choices the two brothers made were perhaps for the greater good, but they can’t be termed necessarily as “good over evil.” They did what they felt they had to do, and there’s a lot of gray area that Roger regrets much more than Jedekiah does in terms of his own sense of right and wrong.

That impacts Jed in many ways, too. Jedekiah is forced to confront his past by his brother’s return – forced to confront his misdeeds at Ultra over the years when Roger was gone. It starts at murdering and continues from there. And this is also tough on Luca – my youngest son – who is faced with a father he felt he was abandoned by. That’s to say nothing of how tough this has been on [my wife] Marla, who has been the fulcrum of this family for all these years only to have Roger walk back in and go about trying to save the world again. That’s awful for her.

But for Stephen, this is great for him. In many ways, Roger represents the bridge that he can cross in order to become a man instead of a boy. Mythologically, that’s really important for the story. Meanwhile, the Founder is going to have to face Roger, which is not something he’s looking forward to. So he brings a lot of trouble with him, but he also brings potentially the solution to stopping the Founder. That’s something that’s just about impossible for Stephen to do without him. So he’s a great card to throw in especially in Episode 20.

For the rest of the interview, CLICK HERE.

Thursday, April 24th 2014

Meg Ryan Joins ‘How I Met Your Dad’ Spinoff

CBS’s How I Met Your Mother featured Bob Saget every episode, you just never saw him. His voice — his main appeal for the role of future Ted in HIMYM. Now in the same fashion, Meg Ryan will lend her voice as future Sally for How I Met Your Dad, the spinoff series. Just like Saget, Ryan will never appear onscreen or if she does, it would have to be a flash forward and you know thinking about that, HIMYD should totally do this.


And is it just me or does anyone else feel like this show should’ve been called How I Met Your Father?! Ugh… I keep using father since you know father and mother versus dad and mother… which do not go together… just saying, not hating.

It’s not an uncommon occurrence on television shows for voiceovers and for those voices to be someone other than the lead actor. Also, I mean… who didn’t know that Kristen Bell was the narrator and Gossip Girl voiceover for that show? Totally worked for her and created pavlovian responses in me. I swear I don’t expect Kristen to spew some fashion faux pas and then sign off with xoxo… Gossip Girl every time she speaks. (Okay, I lied… I totally do. I can’t shake it.)

My point is… welcome aboard the incognito narrator-don’t show your face platform. Some of my favorite people are into it (shout-out to Paul Bettany) and you’ll do great. Afterall she’s been in one of the most narrative-driven movies of all time with its own faceless DJ who played matchmaker (yeah I’m talking about Sleepless in Seattle). She’s got this, yeah?!

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Thursday, April 24th 2014

New Poster for #The100: ‘Calling Ark Station’

There is a new poster for The 100 making it’s way around the web. We’re curious to know how this show is going to play out, cause as you may know -we’re totally anti-Finn for this scheming ways.

What do you think of the new poster?


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Thursday, April 24th 2014

Pictures from the Set of ‘Jurassic World’ with Bryce Howard

Entertainment Weekly debuted new pictures from Jurassic World. The fourth installment to the Jurassic Park franchise is due out June 12, 2015. Bryce-Dallas-Howard



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Wednesday, April 23rd 2014

The End of a Chapter – #Reign’s final few episodes

There are only a handful of episodes left in Reign‘s freshman season and TVline sat down with Laurie McCarthy to dish on the remainder of the season.

PRE-FINALE EPISODES | “We’re going to move time forward more quickly towards the end of the season,” executive producer Laurie McCarthy tells TVLine, suggesting that King Henry’s madness will begin to progress more rapidly. “Mary will be the focus of his ambitions, of his rage and maybe even his desires.” Speaking of desires, one thing you should not expect is a rekindling of Bash and Mary’s romance. “There will always be a lingering thing between them,” McCarthy admits, “but [Kenna] is going to find herself falling for Bash, and she’s going to be successful in getting him to fall for her. Our lives have chapters. People move on.” As for that pesky “darkness” lurking about, McCarthy promises, “By the end of the season, we’ll answer the question of who the ‘darkness’ is and what kind of terror he’ll bring.”

Cue Mallory being incredibly sad!  No more Bash and Mary?  Let’s all mourn the relationship together.

Bash and Mary kiss


And doesn’t Francis only have a year from his marriage to live?  With the honeymoon being 2 whole months, and then the rest of the time that has passed since then, how is the timeline going to speed up without tying Francis to his deathbed?


Find out what TVline has to say about the finale on May 15th HERE.

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