Congratulations to Adrianne!
“Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD” has added another big name to its Season 2 lineup that is sure to get fans excited. Former “Friday Night Lights” star and almost “Wonder Woman” Adrianne Palicki has joined the ABC series as spy Bobbie Morse, aka Mockingbird.
The Hollywood Reporter says Palicki is currently only set to appear in episode 5, but she could become a recurring character. Many are speculating that the introduction of Mockingbird could also mean a Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) appearance, as the two characters are married in the Marvel comics.
Palicki joins an exciting array of new “Agents of SHIELD” cast members, including Kyle MacLachlan as Skye’s father, Lucy Lawless as SHIELD agent Isabel Hartley, Reed Diamond as HYDRA’s Daniel Whitehall, Nick Blood as mercenary Lance Hart, Henry Simmons as agent Alphonso “Mac” Mackenzie and Simon Kassianides as Bakshi.
Actor, writer, and director Brian Klugman sold his literary-themed directorial debut The Words to CBS Films out of Sundance. Now he’s set his next drama about a writer navigating life and relationships, which he’ll again work in front of and behind the camera. Baby, Baby, Baby tracks the relationship between two mismatched people who try to move past their baggage to make their love work. Klugman stars as a writer of short stories living in LA whose mind wanders into fantasy asides starring famous people reflecting the state of his relationship. Adrianne Palicki (G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Friday Night Lights) and Michaela Conlin (Bones, The Lincoln Lawyer) star as the two women in his life, with Conlin playing Klugman’s ex-girlfriend and Palicki as the painter he moves on with.
Film is produced by Bobby Bauer (Waitress), who met Klugman when the multihyphenate acted on his Starz comedy Head Case. Klugman in turn recruited Conlin after working with her on Bones, which she’s a series regular on, when he did a 10-episode arc on the show. Also featured in the pic are James Roday, Kelsey Grammer, and Kelly McCreary who round out the cast along with a number of celebrity cameos that are being kept under wraps. Baby, Baby, Baby shot for 22 days on location in LA and will feature music by Rilo Kiley’s Blake Sennett. Cassidy Lunnen is also producer on the Uncle Jack, LLC and Stamper Lumber Company production. Klugman is repped by Pakula/King & Associates, Brillstein Entertainment Partners, and Resolution. Palicki is repped by WME and Anonymous Content. Conlin is repped by Evolution Entertainment.
After a bank heist leaves several people dead, brothers Seth and Richie Gecko escape to Mexico, taking a former pastor and his family hostage along the way. With the FBI and Texas Rangers hot on their trail, Seth and Richie use the familys RV to cross the border. Chaos ensues when they detour to a strip club filled with vampires and are forced to fight until dawn for survival. Featuring episodes directed by Robert Rodriguez (Desperado, Machete Kills) and Eduardo Sánchez (The Blair Witch Project).
Entertainment One hasn’t officially announced the title yet, but pre-order listings at Amazon show that From Dusk Till Dawn – the Complete Season 1 is coming to DVD (3 discs, $39.98 SRP) and high-def Blu-ray Disc (3 discs, $49.98 SRP) on September 16th. Details, package art and extras (if any) haven’t been revealed yet, but stay tuned!
Courteney Cox, Winona Ryder, John Lithgow and former Friday Night Lights stars Adrianne Palicki, Jesse Plemons and Zach Gilford will appear in the second season of Drunk History.
The Comedy Central series created by Derek Waters and produced Will Ferrell sees intoxicated celebrity narrators such as Jen Kirkman and Paget Brewster recall dubious historical events.
Season two of Drunk History will feature Lithgow playing George Washington, while Ryder is set to play the wife of Benedict Arnold (Chris Parnell).
Arrested Development cast members David Cross, Alia Shawkat and Tony Hale will all appear in Drunk History, as will Patton Oswalt, Terry Crews, Johnny Knoxville, Jason Momoa and ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic.
Past narrators Kirkman and Brewster are back as well.
Drunk History creator Waters evoked Friday Night Lights when speaking to Entertainment Weekly about this season’s guests: “Casting season two, I had one thing in mind – to keep clear eyes and a full heart so I wouldn’t lose.
“I was lucky enough to get several cast members from Friday Night Lights as well as the Hollywood Hall of Fame of my favorite dream actors to work with, no matter what their IMDb star meter is.”
Drunk History returns on July 1 at 10pm on Comedy Central in the US.
Please note it has not been confirmed as of this time if Adrianne will be a part of season two yet!
Two weeks into its run, El Rey Network‘s first original scripted series, From Dusk Till Dawn, has been picked up for a 13-episode second season. Because El Rey — available on Comcast, DirecTV and Time Warner Cable — is an ustart, it is not yet measured by Nielsen, so no ratings data for the show is available. But From Dusk Till Dawn has been bringing in coin from distribution pacts, including a deal with Netflix, which carries the series in key international El-Rey-Network (1)territories and is on board for Season 2, and a DVD/EST agreement with eOne for the U.S. and Canada, which makes From Dusk Till Dawn episodes available on Amazon, iTunes, Sony Playstation, Xbox, Vudu, Google Play, Cinemanow, Blackberry and Target Ticket after their El Rey premiere. “As the television landscape becomes even more crowded, it’s important for El Rey Network to have a recurring and memorable franchise that speaks to our audience and allows us to break away from the noise of all the competition,” El Rey vice chair Scott Sassa said. “From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series is most certainly that kind of property and we are thrilled with the response from our affiliate partners, advertisers, viewers and the international community.”
From Dusk Till Dawn is based on the cult classic film of the same name by El Rey co-founder Robert Rodriguez, who created the series and directed four of the first season’s installments. “This is a truly unique property and one that has really resonated for viewers,” he said. “It has been a joy to bring these characters back to life and have the opportunity to take our storytelling to a whole new place.” From Dusk Till Dawn will be followed by El Rey’s second scripted series, action drama Matador, which is in production.
From Dusk Till Dawn’s international cast includes: D.J. Cotrona, Zane Holtz, Jesse Garcia, Eiza González, Wilmer Valderrama, Adrianne Palicki, Jake Busey, Don Johnson, Madison Davenport, Lane Garrison, Robert Patrick, and Brandon Soo Hoo. From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series is an El Rey Network production in association with Rodriguez International Pictures, FactoryMade Ventures and Miramax. Executive producers are Robert Rodriguez, Carlos Coto (who is also showrunner) and FactoryMade Ventures and El Rey Network co-founders John Fogelman and Cristina Patwa. Diego Gutierrez is writer and co-executive producer.
I’ve added some various scans of Adrianne to the gallery from magazines last year and one from this year.
While we don’t have a promotional image of Adrianne from the series yet, I have added one marketing poster from the series to our gallery.
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It didn’t take long for About a Boy boss Jason Katims to recruit one of his Friday Night Lights colleagues to NBC’s new freshman comedy.
Former Friday Night Lights co-star Adrianne Palicki has booked a guest arc on the comedy starring David Walton and Minnie Driver, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The series, based on Nick Hornby’s novel and subsequent 2002 Hugh Grant feature film, follows the relationship between bachelor man-child Will (Bent’s Walton) and a young boy, Marcus (1600 Penn’s Benjamin Stockham), who moves in next door with his crazy single mother, Fiona (Driver).
Palicki will play Dr. Samantha Lake, a love interest for Will, and appear in a seven-episode arc of the comedy exec produced and written by her former FNL boss Katims.
The actress played Tyra Collette in more than 50 episodes of the NBC/DirecTV drama’s five-season run. The casting also marks a reunion for the actress with NBC, following FNL as well as the network’s heavily scrutinized Wonder Woman pilot from David E. Kelley.