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PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall Attends the Opening Night After Party of "The Realistic Joneses"

Michael C. Hall attends the 'Realistic Joneses' opening night after party at The Redeye...!

Michael C. Hall at the "Realistic Joneses" Opening Night Curtain Call at The Lyceum Theater [PHOTOS]

Michael C. Hall and the rest of the cast: Tracy Letts, Toni Collette, Marisa Tomei attend the...

Michael C. Hall In 'Cold In July' - Promotional Photos

Check out some official promotional photos from Michael C. Hall's new film 'Cold In July' which will be opening on VOD and in limited theaters on May 23. View more after the jump!

'Dexter Down Under' by Marvel: The Cover of Issue #3

Here's the official cover for the newest (third) issue of Marvel's comic book series, 'Dexter Down Under', written by Jeff Lindsay and illustrated by Dalibor Talajic.

LOOK: Michael C. Hall On 'Years of Living Dangerously' - Behind-the-Scenes Photos

Take a look at five official behind-the-scenes photos from the new Showtime documentary...

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

WATCH: 'Cold In July' - Official Trailer

Michael C. Hall kills again in his all-new film, 'Cold In July'. It debuted at Sundance this year to solid, reviews. IFC Films has Cold in July in theaters and on VOD May 23. Watch the official trailer below!

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Jennifer Carpenter Developing Drama Series Based On the Non-Fiction Book 'The Death Class'

Variety reports: Jennifer Carpenter and producer George Stelzner are developing a drama series based on the recent non-fiction book “The Death Class: A True Story About Life.”

Carpenter and Stelzner have optioned the rights to the book, penned by former Los Angeles Times writer Erika Hayasaki and published in January by Simon & Schuster.

“Death Class” revolves around Norma Bowe, a Ph.D and registered nurse who teaches a class in preparing for death at Kean University in New Jersey.

The course has gained national attention for Bowe’s fearless exploration of end-of-life issues and her approach to helping students (and clients of her consulting practice) use an array of techniques to come to grips with the reality of mortality.

“Norma is such a dynamic force,” said Carpenter. “Her world is rich and textured, and the results of her work are inexplicably redemptive and life-affirming.”

Stelzner is a former Hallmark Entertainment exec who heads West Egg Studios, which specializes in handling literary adaptations. The shingle is at work on projects for Fox, FX, ABC Studios, Fox TV Studios, Spike and A+E Networks.

“The content of ‘Death Class’ is such fertile ground for series development,” said Stelzner. Carpenter and Stelzner are starting to look for a writer to adapt the book to a series.

Carpenter’s move on “Death Class” comes just as she’s wrapped production as a co-star of the ABC/Sony Pictures TV drama pilot “Sea of Fire.” She’s repped by WME and Untitled Entertainment. Stelzner’s with Amy Schiffman at Intellectual Property Group. Hayasaki is repped by Robbins Office and the option deal was handled by CAA.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Michael C. Hall Dishes On "The Realistic Joneses" and More For Wall Street Journal [Videos]

Michael C. Hall has returned to Broadway in a new play, "The Realistic Joneses," as a character with a terminal illness. He talks with WSJ's Barbara Chai about how his own battle with cancer informed his performance, playing a comedic role in front of a live audience every night, his new film "Cold in July" -- his first project after completing the long-running Dexter and how it represents a shift in his career. Watch his interview for Wall Street Journal, below.

Watch the second part of the interview after the jump!

Thursday, April 10, 2014

PHOTOS: Julie Benz Attends NBCUniversal's Summer Press Day

Dexter alumna Julie Benz attends NBCUniversal's Summer Press Day at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa on April 8, 2014 in Pasadena, California. View more photos after the jump!

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

'Years of Living Dangerously': The Correspondents - Featuring Michael C. Hall [BTS Video]

Meet Michael C. Hall and other famous correspondents who participated in the Showtime documentary event series 'Years of Living Dangerously'. Hit the play button below to watch the behind-the-scenes video.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Michael C. Hall ‘Would Definitely Consider’ Playing Daredevil In Netflix Series

via Variety: Michael C. Hall would like to make the leap from anti-hero to hero.

Although talk of Netflix and writer-director Drew Goddard courting Hall to play the titular hero in the upcoming “Daredevil” series may be nothing but a rumor, Hall is still interested in portraying the man without fear.

“I would definitely consider it … but I can’t tell you any inside information because I think they’re nothing but rumors,” Hall told Vulture on Sunday at the premiere of his new Broadway play, “The Realistic Joneses.”

After eight seasons on Dexter, Hall said he’s seeking projects with short-term commitments.

“I really am enjoying mixing it up a little bit and I’m committing to things that have a foreseeable end in sight when I start them, but I wouldn’t rule out the possibility of [a new series] happening at some point,” he told the site. “But I’d have to read the script!”

During the premiere of the “Dexter’s” final season last summer, the actor told Variety that he’s interested in upbeat roles.

“I would love to do something a little more light-hearted and to find a way to not be surrounded by dead bodies,” he said. Daredevil will definitely see his share of corpses, but will not be nearly as maniacal as Dexter Morgan.

Filming for the Netflix-Marvel Studios series is set to begin this summer in New York and premiere on the streaming site in 2015. Goddard will both write and direct “Daredevil’s” first episode, and serve as showrunner and exec producer for the 13-ep series.