No release date has been set yet for his last feature, Fort McCoy (pic left), but IMDb still says 2010, so fingers crossed.
And this is still unconfirmed, but an extras casting director tweeted yesterday that our daddy Graystone will direct one of the new episodes of Glee. If true, the episode should air in the first half of the season. The show returns on Tuesday, Sept. 21 at 8 on Fox.
synopsis here). You can follow her on Twitter for updates and make sure to check out the interview she gave EW after being voted the Ultimate Sci Fi Hottie of 2010 earlier this month. The interview is on her site. Here is a snippet:
Since a second season is still up in the air, could these last 10 episodes wrap up the narrative on their own?
Alessandra: It would be really disappointing if it didn’t go to a second season. At Comic-Con, [executive producers] Ron Moore and David Eick sat us all down, and [told us] probably the most genius second-season plan I have ever heard. It would be mind-blowing to me if we didn’t get to do that, because there’s so much more to tap in. There are so many secrets that no one knows about, that only [Moore and Eick] do. I would be disappointed if we didn’t go to a second season, because the back ten explain a lot.
wrapped filming Gun Hill Road, a family drama set in the Bronx, directed by Rashaad Ernesto Green and also starring Judy Reyes and Vincent Laresca. You can see some pics from the set on Esai's Facebook page.
He also appears in Cherry, a comedy with Laura Allen (The 4400) and Kyle Gallner, that will be shown at the Boston Film Festival on September 20 (updates at CherryTheMovie.com and on Facebook), and in Panic Nation, a documentary on immigration laws that recently won the Best Documentary Award at the Broadway International Film Festival. The film will be screened at several festivals in the next couple of months. For dates and venues, go to PanicNationMovie.com or follow Panic Nation on Twitter. Another recent movie of his, King of the Avenue, will be out on DVD on October 26. You can get it on Amazon.
here. Season three kicks off on Tuesday, September 7, at 10 on FX.
Polly Walker will guest star in a couple of episodes of Sanctuary this fall (will tweet air dates when they show up). The show returns on Tuesday, September 28 at 10 on Syfy. This is also a good opportunity to get acquainted with Ryan Robbins, who will appear in five episodes of Caprica in Clarice's storyline and is a series regular on Sanctuary. (You can also catch him in the new horror film Manson, My Name Is Evil, which is out on October 12 - link).
Polly Walker also has a role in Disney's live-action adaptation of John Carter of Mars. The film was shot earlier this year, but won't see the light of day until June 2012. For updates, keep an eye on JohnCarterMovie.com.
Clash of the Titans, in which Polly briefly appears as Cassiopeia, was released on DVD and Blu-ray in late July.
You can also see Sasha in the web series Crazy/Sexy/Awkward (episode one). Back in June, he also mentioned doing a short film, but no details on that one yet.
His last movie, Unthinkable, was released on DVD on June 15.
Magda Apanowicz, Genevieve Buechner and Liam Sproule (Keon) can be seen in the TV film Bond of Silence, which premiered the other day on Lifetime. You can see the trailer, find the airing schedule, or watch the film online on Lifetime's site. Magda joined Twitter this week, so you can follow her there to see what else she's been up to.
article here), an independent movie currently in production in Seattle. Michael Hinman posted a podcast from the set this week. You can check it out on Alpha Waves Radio.
Genevieve also has a part in Daydream Nation, a drama that will make its debut at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. For the trailer and screening schedule, visit TIFF.net.
Richard Harmon will appear in Dear Mr. Gacy, a film that will be released some time later this year, and Tower Prep, Cartoon Network's new show that premieres this fall.
TIFF listing, trailer and screening times). Pyper-Ferguson has two other movies premiering in Toronto: Score: A Hockey Musical, (TIFF listing) and Tony Goldwyn's Conviction (fka Betty Anne Waters - TIFF listing), starring Hilary Swank, which will get a limited release in October.
If that's not enough, you can also catch him in the recently released drama Hungry Hills (official site), martial arts flick Tekken (trailer), and the upcoming horror/thriller Die (pics and synopsis).
Leah Gibson had a brief appearance in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and did a comedy called Indie Jonesing, currently in post-production. For more updates on her projects, you can follow her on Twitter.
Hiro Kanagawa (Cyrus) has written a play, The Patron Saint of Stanley Park, that opens at the Arts Club Theatre in Vancouver in late November (link). He also did a TV movie, Earth's Final Hours, that won't air until June. In the meantime, you can catch him in the action flick The King of Fighters (trailer), starring Maggie Q and Ray Park, that will hopefully get a release date before then.
Brian Markinson (Agent Duram) will be a series regular on Shattered (article, trailer 1, trailer 2), a new show that premieres on September 1 at 10 on Global. He will play shrink to none other than Callum Keith Rennie. James Pizzinato (Drew, Graystone's lab boy), will be another familiar face in the pilot.
And to round up the guest appearances:
- Patton Oswalt has signed on to guest star on Bored to Death (article). No mention of specific episode(s) yet. The show returns on September 26 at 10 on HBO.
- Scott Porter will appear in episode 5.07 of Friday Night Lights (executive produced by Jeffrey Reiner, with Patrick Massett and John Zinman serving as consulting producers) and he will also have a recurring role on The Good Wife this season (article). The final season of Friday Night Lights kicks off on October 27 on DirecTV and The Good Wife returns on Tuesday, September 28 at 10 (CBS).
- James Marsters will be back on Smallville in the show's last season. He will appear in the 200th episode (tentative air date is October 14). Before that, he will guest star in the Hawaii Five-0 pilot alongside Grace Park -- the show premieres on Monday, September 20 at 10 (CBS). As a sidenote, Marsters starts shooting Three Inches, a new pilot for Syfy, in Toronto this week (press release). His castmates will include Stephanie Jacobsen (Razor, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles) and Naoko Mori (Torchwood).
Two other shows to keep an eye on are AMC's The Walking Dead (non-U.S. friendly trailer), for your regular dose of Bear McCreary, and the CW's Hellcats, which shares showrunner Kevin Murphy with Caprica. Aaron Douglas and Ryan Kennedy (who will have a recurring role in Caprica 1.5 in Lacy's storyline) will both appear on the show. (Quick note: Kennedy has also been cast on Facing Kate, USA's new "anti-law" drama starring Michael Trucco, which starts airing in January.)
The Walking Dead premieres on Sunday, October 31 at 10, and Hellcats will see the light of day on Wednesday, September 8 at 9.