Friday, 24 February 2012

Grimm preview and new projects for Brian Markinson, Richard Harmon and Patton Oswalt

Just a few updates today, with more coming over the weekend.

Paula Malcomson was a guest voice on Archer (FX) yesterday, in episode "Bloody Ferlin," which will be available on one of these days.

This is unconfirmed, but Green Arrow TV reported this week that Brian Markinson has been cast in the CW pilot Arrow. He will play Adam Hunt, a corrupt businessman.

Grimm is back with a new episode tonight, "Last Grimm Standing," which airs at 9 pm on NBC. The episode was directed by Michael Watkins (Caprica 1x04, "Gravedancing"). Synopsis:
NICK AND HANK’S INVESTIGATION OF A TRAGIC MURDER LEADS TO A FIGHT CLUB UNLIKE ANY OTHER—A bizarre double homicide leads Nick (David Giuntoli) and Hank (Russell Hornsby) to a boxing gym, which Nick discovers is a supplier for a darker, ritualistic fight club in the creature world. When Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) lends a hand and gets in over his head, Nick must dig deep and find his inner “Grimm” to defend him. Bitsie Tulloch, Sasha Roiz and Reggie Lee also star.

Here is a sneak peek:

Richard Harmon will be back in The Killing when the show returns with the 2-hour season 2 premiere on April 1. He will also have a recurring role in Continuum, a Canadian sci fi show that premieres in the spring. These days, he is still filming Rufus. He posted a still from the film here. For more info, here is a new interview with him and his co-star Merritt Patterson:

Patton Oswalt is working on a pilot for a new animated comedy for Fox:
Fox has given a presentation order to Working Class Hero, an animated comedy starring actor-comedian Patton Oswalt and co-written and executive produced by American Dad co-creator/executive producer Mike Barker. The project, from 20th Century Fox TV, is set in a world where superheroing is just another low-paid government job and centers on a dad (Oswalt) whose powers are no match for his misfit superhero co-workers and his demanding family.
And here is another interview Patton did for Young Adult:

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