Art often imitates life and vice versa, and Nick Gehlfuss (Chicago Med) experienced that firsthand while hanging out with Jesse Lee Soffer (Chicago P.D.). What started out as a potentially tragic incident ended as a rather memorable evening for the actors. Check out the Find Your Seen video below for the full story.
Singer-songwriter Miranda Lee Richards releases her next album Existential Beast June 16 via Invisible Hands Music. Yahoo! had the exclusive premiere of her first single “Lucid I Would Dream,” but there’s more to Richards than just a song, so more details are available after the jump.
The series finale of Grimm takes place March 31 (NBC, 8/7c) with an episode simply and aptly titled “The End.” Whether you’re fine with the end or get depressed with some of the character’s fates, at least Bitsie Tulloch and David Giuntoli will live happily ever after. Check out the video below, as Tulloch talks about how Grimm was a “life changing experience” for her and Giuntoli (the two are engaged).
Real estate mogul Sean Conlon helps property flippers in dire need of help on CNBC’s new program The Deed: Chicago, and during this year’s TCA sessions I had the chance of asking him about the secret to his success. Check out the video below to gain a bit more insight into Conlon’s modus operandi.
Severide’s (Taylor Kinney) bond with Chicago is tried and true and that apple doesn’t far from the tree with Kinney. The Chicago Fire star has lived in the city for five years, and though he’ll always have a traveling spirit, he’s found a new home (figuratively and literally). Check out the video below, Kinney talks about his bond with the Windy City.
Alfred Hitchcock’s 1939 film Jamaica Inn airs tonight on KCET as part of its Cohen Film Classics program. I attended a Tuesday screening of the film that was held at the SilverScreen Theatre in West Hollywood. Cohen Media Group and Cohen Film Classics host Charles S. Cohen served as the evening’s host. More details on the film and the event is found after the jumpl
This is definitely a last minute thing, but actress/model Tatiana DeKhtyar will be signing the Red Sonja comic cover at Collector’s Paradise in Canoga Park, California. The signing takes place today from 12-2pm. More details available after the jump.
Staying in 1980, the Rockin’ Review series continues with a more in depth look at Genesis’ ‘Duke’ album. By the time the ’80s rolled around, Genesis were in survival mode. They had survived the exits of singer Peter Gabriel and guitarist Steve Hackett, but were down to three members and in need of a break. The pressure to keep things going as a trio led the band to tour heavily in support of their prior release and it began to take a toll on Phil Collins’ marriage, so the group took some time off before reconvening in early 1979 to begin work on new music. Continue reading “Rockin’ Review: Genesis, ‘Duke’”
The new series Trial & Error is a comedic homage to true-crime documentaries featuring Nicholas D’Agosto as Josh Segal, a New York lawyer who defends a poetry professor (John Lithgow) who’s accused of murdering his wife. During the TCA interviews, I asked D’Agosto if acting school holds an important part in his creative journey.
There are many ways to proceed in this world, and for a sheltered human being like me, I’ve mainly clung to immediate family, friends, and the cinema. During the Los Angeles press conference for Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson gave an eloquent answer when asked how one deals with entering college when feeling like an outsider (Watson graduated from Brown University in 2014). Audio is found after the jump.