The Lost 10 Year Reunion took place this past weekend in Hollywood and the full event is now online. As part of the annual PaleyFest event, host Paul Scheer spoke with executive producers Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse as well as stars Josh Holloway (Sawyer), Yunjin Kim (Sun), Jorge Garcia (Hurley), Ian Somerhalder (Boone), Maggie Grace (Shannon), Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond), and Malcolm David Kelley (Walt). It was a celebration of the 10 years that have passed since the premiere of the show, which helped changed the way the audiences watch and interact with TV. There were some spoilery revelations and many fun stories told.
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Posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013 by Angie Han
It didn’t take long after Steve Jobs‘ death for Hollywood to get moving on films about his singular life. But a year and a half later, the first one out of the gate is one that was originally thought up as a joke just a few months ago.
Last month, Funny or Die announced the imminent release of iSteve, a parodic feature-length film starring former Apple ad campaign star Justin Long as the late tech guru. Two weeks ahead of its online debut, the first trailer has hit the web. Check it out after the jump.
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Posted on Monday, March 18th, 2013 by Angie Han
Sony’s still figuring out what it wants to do with their Steve Jobs biopic, and Open Road just got cold feet about opening theirs. But out of the blue, a third competing project has arrived on the horizon. Funny or Die — yes, really — has just announced the April 15 online release of iSteve, a parodic take on the late Apple founder.
In an inspired bit of casting, former Mac pitchman Justin Long will take the lead as the turtlenecked tech icon. Jorge Garcia plays Steve Wozniak, while James Urbaniak and Michaela Watkins play Bill and Melinda Gates. Personally, I would’ve loved to see Funny or Die take the “Get a Mac” connection one step further with John Hodgman as Gates, but Urbaniak should bring plenty of laughs as well. Hit the jump to read more.
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Posted on Friday, August 31st, 2012 by Angie Han
Fall doesn’t technically start for another three weeks, but we all know Labor Day is the unofficial turn of the season. In this very late summer edition of TV Bits:
- MTV announces Jersey Shore will end after Season 6
- Robin Williams could return to TV with David E. Kelley
- Jorge Garcia lands a guest spot on Once Upon a Time
- Yes, Judy Greer will return to Arrested Development
- And yes, Mike Schur‘s Mose will appear on The Farm
- NBC has a sneak peak tour planned for Revolution
- New details emerge on Psycho prequel Bates Motel
- See stars hanging out on the set of NBC’s Hannibal
- Alan Ball‘s Cinemax series Banshee gets a teaser
- American Horror Story teaser finally shows the cast
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Posted on Monday, July 9th, 2012 by Angie Han
Today’s TV Bits runs the gamut from serial killers and motorcycle gang leaders to Canadian pop songstresses. After the jump:
- A new Dexter teaser reveals the serial killer’s worst nightmare
- FX dishes up a promisingly tragic new trailer for Sons of Anarchy
- Bob’s Burgers‘ new Comic-Con poster offers choking first aid tips
- HBO sets return dates for Boardwalk Empire and Treme
- Jay Roach teams up with Paul Giamatti for HBO’s K Blows Top
- Benedict Cumberbatch lands a double guest role on The Simpsons
- Lost‘s Jorge Garcia could head to ABC’s fairy tale drama Once Upon a Time
- “Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepsen heads to 90210
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After shows, cancelled shows, new shows and no-shows all pop up in this edition of TV Bits:
- Falling Skies pulls a Walking Dead and will launch its own after show hosted by Wil Wheaton.
- Despite a huge Internet push, HBO won’t make their On Demand Service HBO Go an a la-carte option.
- Lost stars Maggie Grace and Jorge Garcia reunite on the set of Californication.
- The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes has been cancelled and will be replaced by Marvel’s Avengers Assemble.
- Watch an extended preview of CW’s Arrow, which is coming to San Diego Comic-Con.
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/Film headquarters received a mysterious package today from Alcatraz — the beginning of a viral marketing promotion for the JJ Abrams-produced tv series Alcatraz. Housed inside a worn metal lock box, are a bunch of different items including: A key to an Alcatraz prison cell, a flower, an Alcatraz tour book, a couple postcards (one with an inscription by a young girl named Susie to her “Nana”), a torn page from an “inmates of Alcatraz” guide book, a clipping from an old 1962 newspaper about “The Final Lockdown”, and a page from a magazine which features a look at Dr. Diego Soto’s (played by Jorge Garcia in the tv series) “Inmates of Alcatraz” book.
Letters on the magazine page are circled, which together spell “LEGENDS OF ALCATRAZ”. LegendsOfAlcatraz.com redirects to the official Fox website for the show, but I’m sure that will eventually change. I’m set to head to San Francisco tomorrow to visit Alcatraz and hopefully find out more. I’ve taken photos of all of the items in the package, and included them after the jump.
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Posted on Friday, November 4th, 2011 by Angie Han
Though the small screen retains an unfair reputation as a lesser medium — think of all the snobby types who’ll brag about not owning a television, but would never be so dismissive about books or movies — the truth is that the medium varies as much as any other. Today’s TV Bits runs the gamut from highbrow (a literary adaptation on HBO) to lowbrow (a modeling industry reality show on The CW), with plenty of stuff in between. After the jump:
- Noah Baumbach’s Jonathan Franzen adaptation The Corrections is a go at HBO
- HBO will offer an early look at its highly anticipated Luck next month
- Fox puts new eps of Alcatraz on hold while it goes back for reshoots
- Burt Reynolds signs on to guest star on FX’s Archer
- Summer Glau joins Tricia Helfer on TNT’s Scent of the Missing
- The CW announces start dates for its midseason shows
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Welcome to another J.J. Abrams-produced mystery island show. Alcatraz was one of several new TV series premiered at San Diego Comic-Con Wednesday night, and it was by far the standout.
The series centers around a mysterious event in 1963 that made 302 Alcatraz prisoners and guards vanish without any explanation. For some reason we don’t yet know, a prisoner named Jack Sylvane (Jeffrey Pierce) appears in present day Alcatraz and makes his way to San Francisco to seek payback from those who’ve done him wrong. It’s up to a spunky young police officer (Sarah Jones), assisted by a geeky Alcatraz expert (Jorge Garcia), to stop Sylvane, all the while dealing with a mysterious federal agent (Sam Neill) who clearly knows more about the Alcatraz disappearances than he lets on. Read More »