Unforgettable, the CBS cop drama starring Poppy Montgomery and Dylan Walsh, was canceled by the network in May after airing for one season, despite having a loyal audience. Since the cancellation, the producers of the show had been looking at other networks to possibly air the show, albeit with no success.
But all that has now changed. According toDeadline.com, the series will return on CBS for a second season in the summer of 2013, airing 13 episodes.
The series centers around New York detective Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery), who has a medical condition called hyperthymesia, which gives her the ability to remember everything. She joins her ex-boyfriend and ex-partner, Lt. Al Burns (Dylan Walsh) who heads the Queens homicide unit.
Last year, Dylan Walsh, who previously starred on the FX hit drama series Nip/Tuck, spoke about why the series was too good to turn down. (Click on the media bar below to hear Dylan Walsh)
Emma Stone stars along with Andrew Garfield in the The Amazing Spider-Man, as she plays Peter Parker’s love interest Gwen Stacy. Although Stone has starred in such fanboy hits as Zombieland and Superbad, The Amazing Spider-Man is her first shot at a comic book driven film. Stone was impressed with Garfield’s interpretation of Spidey, and she also admires the actor’s approach to his craft. (Click on media bar below to hear Emma Stone)
Colin Farrell returns to the big screen remake of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger sci-fi action flick Total Recall. When Farrell was initially approached, he was hesitant. But when he read the script Farrell was immediately hooked. It also didn’t hurt Farrell is a huge fan of the original version. (Click on the media bar below to hear Colin Farrell)
The great Chef Gordon Ramsay wasn’t really a known personality before he started his hit cooking reality series Hell’s Kitchen, which is currently in its tenth season. Not many cooking reality shows have had the longevity that Hell’s Kitchen has had. Ramsay credits the show’s longevity to FOX, which has supported the cooking competition since its inception. (Click on the media bar below to hear Gordon Ramay)
In theaters next week, SAVAGES is an ultra-violent drama about a pot-dealing American family who find themselves thrust into the dangerous world of an ominous Mexican drug cartel and international drug trafficking. Co-written and directed by OLIVER STONE, the cast includes TAYLOR KITSCH, AARON JOHNSON, BLAKE LIVELY, JOHN TRAVOLTA, SALMA HAYEK, EMILE HIRSCH, BENICIO DEL TORO and JOEL DAVID MOORE.
Painting an unflattering look at the Mexican government and its justice system might seem a dangerous move for a filmmaker who relies largely on an international audience but, at the recent press conference to promote the movie, STONE said that Mexico is the next stop on the release schedule and he has high hopes that other countries will recognize the reality of his story. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)