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The Mindy Project - Episode 2.19 - Think Like Peter - Promotional Photos (2)
This week’s episode of “The Mindy Project” – aptly titled “Think Like Peter” – marks Mindy’s (Mindy Kaling) determined return to the dating arena. After the sudden breakup with Danny (Chris Messina), it seems she’s on the rebound. The episode begins with Mindy on a date with accountant Phil (Adam Shapiro) but it doesn’t seem like she’s too smitten. Returning to the practice, Mindy puts her struggle on display as she sprawls out on the floor of her office. Danny sees this as a sign of her typical drama andRead More
To be honest, for about the first 20 minutes of “Draft Day,” the insider lingo can be a bit tough to follow, at least for this writer who’s only watched maybe half a dozen Super Bowl games, ever. The film jumps right in with teams trading First Round Picks like it’s the most casual thing in the world – and to anyone who actually follows football and what happens every year in April, it probably is. Thankfully, this fictionalized account of the day eventually allows even the most casual observersRead More

Posted On December 18, 2013By Melanie AbernathyIn Television, TV Casting

TV: Josh Peck to Guest Star on “The Big Bang Theory”

“Drake & Josh” star Josh Peck is set to guest star alongside the comedic crew of “The Big Bang Theory,” reports TV Line. With Steve Molaro as a writer for both the Nickelodeon show and the hit CBS comedy, Peck seems like the perfect fit to cameo in the witty sitcom. Peck is to play the owner of a rival comic book store that is quite successful. As you can imagine, conflicts ensue between Peck’s character and Stuart when Peck’s store receives more attention from customers than Stuart’s. “The Big Bang Theory” returnsRead More

Posted On January 4, 2011By Tamara ManneIn Images

First Cast Photo: ‘Red Dawn’

Here is the first cast photo from Red Dawn. Cast includes: Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Josh Hutcherson (RV), Adrianne Palicki (Friday Night Lights), Isabel Lucas (Daybreakers), Josh Peck (Drillbit Taylor), Edwin Hodge, Jeffery Dean Morgan (The Losers), Alyssa Diaz, and Connor Cruise. While the title remains the same, some significant changes to the film have been made, including setting and two additional characters among the “Wolverines” (a title the group of tough teenagers have taken on). In the 1984 version, starring Patrick Swayze and Charlie Sheen, the “Wolverines” defended their townRead More