Thursday, September 30, 2010

Jennifer Garner's old dorm room now a cultural landmark

Jennifer Garner's old dorm room has become some sort of cultural landmark. Room 113 of Smith Hall at Denison University in Columbus, Ohio was Garner's home when she first attended college, and it is now a boy's dorm shared by three grateful young men. “I feel her soul in the room every time I walk in,” Guram Sakvarelidze, a student from the country of Georgia, told a reporter about living in the room. Really? I don't care how big a fan you are of Alias, that's still weird.

Rachel Nichols to appear on Criminal Minds

Rachel Nichols has been pretty popular lately, with roles in Star Trek and G.I. Joe, as well as an upcoming role in the new Conan movie. Now, Nichols has signed on to appear in a three episode arc on the CBS show Criminal Minds. She'll play an FBI cadet who consults on a case. An airdate for her episodes has not been scheduled, but it is supposed to be later this season.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Victor Garber on the big screen this week

If you miss your Spy Daddy, you can see him on the big screen this weekend in the movie "You Again." He plays somebody's husband. Don't ask me whose - not even the greatness of Victor Garber can get me to see this flick. He probably gets just a few minutes of screen time anyway. Sorry, Jack.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Undercovers tonight!

Don't forget - J.J. Abrams' new entry in the spy genre, Undercovers, premieres tonight (Wednesday) on NBC. Reviews so far have been mixed, but I'm ready to decide for myself. After the show, go to the message board and post your thoughts.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Affleck won't work again with Jennifer

While promoting his new film "The Town," Ben Affleck talked about the possibility of working with his wife again. The two worked together on "Pearl Harbor" and "Daredevil," before they started dating. "Jen is a great actress. I would be profoundly lucky to work with her," he said. "But something tells me that people don't want to see real-life couples together at the movies. I think audiences have a hard time suspending disbelief. They already know a whole bunch of things about the relationship you have with the other person and if you try and thrust you and another person into a fictional relationship. I think it is distracting."

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Fox orders J.J.'s "Alcatraz"

Another island mystery drama for J.J.? It sure looks like it. Fox Television has ordered a pilot from Bad Robot Productions called "Alcatraz." It written by Liz Sarnoff (a Lost writer) as well as Steven Lilen and Bryan Wynbrandt (who wrote fro Kyle XY) and is described as a "dramatic series that explores the lore and mysteries of Alcatraz, the notorious San Francisco island prison." Since this is an order for a pilot, there is no guarantee this will make it to air. Fox executives must review the pilot before ordering a series, usually in the spring.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Garber Goes 'Gate'

Victor Garber will make a guest appearance on the upcoming season of the SyFy Channel's hit show Stargate Universe. According to reports, he will play a character named Ambassador Ovirda of the planet Langara. The new season of Stargate Universe begins September 28, but the date of the episode in which Garber will appear has not been announced. Spy Daddy returns!

Friday, September 10, 2010

David Anders on Vampire Diaries

David Anders certainly made an impression on The Vampire Diaries, the CW hit show, this past season. Without giving spoilers, Anders' character, Uncle John, was a big part of the finale last season, with the second season premiere airing last night. I missed it myself, but you can visit to see past episodes. The premiere isn't up yet, but it should be soon, and several of last season's episodes are available to watch.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

J.J. Abrams wants The Rock

Is J.J. at it again? A San Francisco NBC affiliate reports that Abrams is shopping an idea to networks which involves filming at Alcatraz. No word on whether it is a series or TV movie. To see the original article, click here