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|TV Title||Networks||Job Title||Company||Status||Season|
|FROM DUSK TILL DAWN||El Rey Network||Series Regular||Completed||2013-2014|
|RAISING HOPE||FOX||Guest Star||Completed||2012-2013|
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Sporting plenty of twists but few surprises, this stylish yet derivative eOne day-and-date release seems most likely to be watched by viewers who — like its hero — stumble in by accident.
Wilmer Valderrama has joined the cast of Fox’s drama pilot “Minority Report.” He’ll play a police detective in the prospective series designed as a sequel to the futuristic 2002 Steven Spielberg…
Wilmer Valderrama will star opposite Catalina Sandino Moreno in historical drama "Castro's Daughter" with shooting planned for late March in Puerto Rico. Sarah Siegel-Magness is directing "Castro's…
Wilmer Valderrama has inked an overall first-look deal with the film and TV ventures of Lionsgate and Mexican media org Televisa. Pantelion Films represents the film venture between the two…
Alanis Morissette and Zachary Quinto teamed up, not to film a movie or sing a song together but to promote a facial cream. Although it might sound strange, it's for the environment.
The 16th annual Urbanworld Film Festival has tapped Sundance kudo-winner "Middle of Nowhere" as its closing night offering, wrapping up a fest lineup that also includes Viola Davis and Maggie…
Ray Ricord has inked a multiyear producing deal with Relativity's television division, RelativityReal.
Relativity Media is closing its deal for the $250 million it had set out to raise through boutique financial firm MESA Global, funding the company's expansion plans and putting more coin in the…
"Awake" star Jason Isaacs is an appealing leading man in a show that feels trapped in its own duality.
Movie stars may be less valued than they used to be, but it's still puzzling to see Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts stuck in a romantic comedy as flat-footed and tone deaf as "Larry Crowne."