Friday, June 22, 2012

From LA Examiner: "Six Seasons and a Movie" Art Sneak Peek; Joey Pollari Previews 'Inbetweeners'; Ryan McPartlin Talks 'Daybreak'; Air New Zealand Hires TV Actors For In-Flight Safety Ad...



All right, Community fans, so NBC won't be bringing season four goodness until October. If you're in L.A. this weekend, though, you can celebrate your fellow Human Beings (and favorite show) by attending the "Six Seasons and a Movie" art show. Fans from all over the world have sent in artwork-- from paintings, to sketches, to vinyl sculptures, and dolls!-- and it will all be displayed at Monk Space (4414 West 2nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90004) on June 23 and 24... [MORE



MTV has a fan favorite on their hands with Lauren Iungerich's Awkward, a tale of not the most popular girl in school, but not a lost cause either, and now they are attempting to do it again-- this time for the boys. MTV ordered Inbetweeners, an adaptation from the U.K. series about high school guys just trying to get through adolescence and get laid. Though Inbetweeners won't be premiering until later this summer, we had a chance to catch up with star Joey Pollari at the Paley Center for Media last night to get a little taste of what to expect when diving into the boys' high school minds... [MORE



It's been a while since we had a chance to chat with Ryan McPartlin. Sure, he spent a good chunk of this year appearing on CSI: Miami and in guest spots from Hot in Cleveland to Necessary Roughness and Rizzoli & Isles, but we, probably like many of you, were still mourning Chuck. And then his name popped up in the cast of Tim Kring's Daybreak, a short-form series presented by AT&T and exclusive to their U-Verse customers (and now also living on the web). The series mixes some strong action elements-- ones that McPartlin laughed "they never let me do" on Chuck with a completely different, but still Awesome in his own way, character for McPartlin to embody. And we have to admit, we think we've seen the future of his storytelling... [MORE]


"SNEAK PEEK: Ed O'Neill & Melanie Lynskey for Air New Zealand in-flight safety"

Step aside, Virgin America! Your cheeky cartoon in-flight safety videos may have been the hippest ones around for awhile, catering perfectly to your domestic clientele, but Air New Zealand is taking things to the next level by employing Modern Family's Ed O'Neill and Two and a Half Men's Melanie Lynskey for their own instructional airplane videos... [MORE]


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