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Monday, January 31, 2011

Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011: Julia Stiles on the Red Carpet

Julia Stiles on the Red Carpet of Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011. She looks great!

Michael C. Hall and Lauren Velez work the Red Carpet at the SAG Awards

Michael C Hall may have lost out his “Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series” to Boardwalk Empire star Steve Buscemi, but we are all happy just to see him! Hall and his “Dexter” co-star Lauren Velez walked the red carpet at the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards held at The Shrine Auditorium on Sunday, January 30th, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. More photos after the jump...

2011 SAG Awards - Broadback Empire won Dexter's Nominations

Unfortunately Dexter didn't win any award at the Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011. See the TV winners list after the jump...

Sunday, January 30, 2011

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall at Entertainment Weekly's Party

Thanks to Anna for the heads up! With Michael C. Hall gearing up for tonights big award show, he looked down right adorable during Entertainment Weekly’s celebration honoring the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards nominees hosted by Jess Cagle and presented by L’Oreal Paris at the Chateau Marmont on Saturday, January 29th, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. He was seen chatting up his Dexter co-star Lauren Velez, Kevin Spacey, and Julie Bowen. Hall is up for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Dexter Morgan on the Showtime hit Dexter. The show itself is up for the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. Good luck tonight! More photos after the jump...

Friday, January 28, 2011

Jennifer Carpenter: "I'd like to see Debra find out Dexter's secret"

Jennifer Carpenter may have a penchant for taking on bloody roles, as the star of Showtime's Dexter proves as Kayleen in Rajiv Joseph's Gruesome Playground Injuries, now at Second Stage Theater. In the two-character work, in which she co-stars with Pablo Schreiber, Carpenter must portray different ages over the course of 30 years while grappling with a dark, romantic relationship and the way it manifests itself within that time span. TheaterMania recently spoke with Carpenter about the show.

Many people assume that you're similar to Dexter's Debra Morgan because it seems that you play her so naturally. Is there any truth to that?
JC: At the beginning of the series I felt like she leaned on me, that Deb needed me. I wished I could teach her a lesson or two on how to behave and move forward with grace. And then there have been times in the show where I've leaned on her, like I needed to sort of hide behind her a little bit. We certainly have ambition and honest intentions in common. We both want the most out of the people we care about. While sometimes we aren't the most eloquent, we are very clear about how we feel about things. Read more after the jump...

Michael C. Hall on "Peep World" - Movie Trailer

Michael C. Hall on "Peep World". The film will be released in theaters on March 25th.

More about the movie here.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

New Interview with Julie Benz

Julie Benz spent four seasons on DEXTER as the kind-hearted Rita, a mother of two who never realized that her perfect man was a also serial killer. When Rita was murdered by a killer Dexter was tracking on that series, it made for a truly shocking season finale. Benz moved on to a stint on DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES before returning to series regular status as FAMILY’s swift Stephanie. Read more after the jump...

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

VIDEO: Dexter in 60 Seconds

A video parody of the show in sixty seconds. Dexter is quickly summed up.

Michael C. Hall on "East Fifth Bliss" Movie - Poster

Thanks to Rachel for the heads up. Here is the official poster for East Fifth Bliss. Michael C. Hall plays Morris Bliss in this dramedy about a man in his 30s with no direction in his life.

Friday, January 21, 2011

VIDEO: The Worst Moment of Dexter's Life

"This is absolutely, without a doubt, the worst moment of my life." - Dexter

Julie Benz and Jaime Murray at Golden Globe After Parties

A great photo with Julie Benz, Jaime Murray and Lost's Rebecca Mader at the after parties of the Golden Globes.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Julia Stiles gushes over Michael C. Hall at the Golden Globes

Isn’t it weird how some rumors in Hollywood just float away like they never even happened? That’s exactly the case with the alleged Julia Stiles-Michael C. Hall hookup on the set of Dexter.
Hollyscoop talked exclusively with Julia at the Golden Globes yesterday, and she gushed about her rumored lover.
She told us, “He's terrific, all my scenes are with him. He's just a really inspiring actor.”
Julia added, “I think he made me a better actress. He is so sweet and it was great.”
She went on to tell us that Hall’s was cancer-free when they were shooting together. “Yeah, he was totally healthy when we were working together, you know onward and upward,” she said.
As for joining such an already-established show, Julia said to us, “It was already really successful before I got involved so I was riding its coat tails. It was great, I loved what they wrote for me. The enthusiasm on set is really contagious—everybody, the cast and crew—they really believe in what they are doing. It's a nice environment.”
One thing most fans might not realize that goes on behind the scenes of Dexter? “Surprisingly there is a lot of joking around for such a dark show,” Julia told us.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

More Photos: The Dexter Crew on the Red Carpet at Golden Globes 2011

New photos with the cast of Dexter Michael C. Hall, C.S. Lee, David Zayas, Desmond Harrington and James Remar on the red carpet at the 68th Golden Globes Awards. Absent from the ceremony was Jennifer Carpenter and Lauren Velez. More after the jump...

Monday, January 17, 2011

Latest from Ausiello - Scoop about Dexter Season Six

Latest from Ausiello - Will Lumen return next season? Even Julia Stiles doesn’t know for sure. “I don’t think anyone knows,” she told me. “The [writers] don’t start discussing story ideas until February, so I have no clue. I would absolutely be interested [in returning] I loved being on the show.” Meanwhile, costar Desmond Harrington told Masters that he thought it was smart not to end the season with another Rita-esque cliffhanger. “Dexter has a blank slate now and is maybe even a little darker,” he said. “He’s been hurt now twice and that last shot of the candle going out [symbolized that] he can go anywhere at this point. After last season, there had to be a natural exhale of the show, and credit to the writers for being able to pull off a great season.”

The Dexter Crew on the Red Carpet at Golden Globes 2011

C.S. Lee, Desmond Harrington, David Zayas and James Remar and Julia Stiles attend the 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday, January 16, 2011. More photos after the jump...

68th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Dexter didn't win any Golden Globe

Last night was Golden Globe night. Unfortunately Dexter which was nominated in 3 categories for Best TV Drama Series, Best Actor In Drama Series (Michael C. Hall) and Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries or TV-Movie (Julia Stiles) unlike last year didn't win any Golden Globe. The winners in these categories are Broadback Empire, Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire) and Jane Lynch (Glee) respectively. The winners list after the jump...

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Dexter is Nominated for Editing Award

The American Cinema Editors announced their nominees for the 61st Annual ACE Eddie Awards. The awards ceremony will be held Feb. 19. Dexter and episode 5.08 "Take It" is nominated in the category "Best one-hour edited series". More after the jump...

Saturday, January 15, 2011

John Lithgow to Guest on How I Met Your Mother

John Lithgow who recently won an Emmy for playing the Trinity killer on Dexter, will be guest on How I Met Your Mother.
"One of How I Met Your Mother's mysteries is about to be revealed. John Lithgow is closing a deal to play Barney Stinson's estranged father, Jerome Whitaker, reports."

Friday, January 14, 2011

Showtime's President: "I think there's a lot of life left in Dexter"!

With Showtime's Dexter leaving Season 5 with record ratings and getting picked up for Season 6, many fans are wondering (considering how close Dexter comes to being caught) how much life is left in the series? How much longer can Dexter run? Today, at the Television Critics Association Press Tour, Showtime's President of Entertainment, David Nevens, talked about his feelings surrounding the Bay Harbor Butcher's longevity.

"I think there's a lot of life left in Dexter," Nevins said. "Just, from the numbers, it's up 11% in its fifth season which defies the usual physics of television ratings. I think the audience is still coming to it. It's not a plot driven show. It's, fundamentally, a character-driven show. A lot of the show is the tracking of his evolution and in the maturation of Dexter he's barely an adolescent. In the way I watch the show. It's been picked up for one more year, but I personally believe there's life beyond that."

John Lithgow Shares ‘Stories By Heart’ in One-Man Show

John Lithgow has been a transsexual, an alien, a dance-hating minister and a serial killer, and this month he plays himself as told through the point of view of P. G. Wodehouse, Oliver Wendell Holmes and Ring Lardner.
The one-man show is entitled “Stories by Heart” and Lithgow performs two short stories that he says greatly influenced his own career as a storyteller and actor. It’s also a tribute of sorts to his father Arthur Lithgow, a pioneer of American regional theater.
The production is intimately staged around a living room chair, which allows Lithgow to intertwine his performance with reflections about his personal life. He starts with “Uncle Fred Flits By”, a story that follows the escapades of Uncle Fred and Pongo. It’s a challenging piece for one man with 10 characters, including a hysterically expressive parrot, but Lithgow skillfully dances into each role with a surprisingly agile shuffle of his feet, a pouty smirk and shift in accent. It’s a story and performance that gave Lithgow’s ill father “the will to go on.”
Lithgow plays a yokel masterfully in the follow up piece “Haircut”, a darkly comic tale set in a Michigan barbershop. The story is told through the one-sided conversation that a know-it-all barber has with a silent customer and it expresses the melancholy of small town life and what ends up happening to the town prankster. Lithgow originally read the Lardner story at 12 and felt that there was a similarity to his own isolated experiences as the new kid in school, which ranged from brief moments of elation to being the victim of mean-spirited games like “Squirrel.” The entire show is seeded with the kind of rich details that make one-man shows worth watching, but you’ll have to go see the show to find out what squirrel means. Stories by Heart runs until February 13 at the Mark Taper Forum in downtown Los Angeles.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

PHOTO: A Handy Chart of Dexter’s Many Victims

New Jersey-based artist Shahed Syed created an illustration which shows how many people serial killer vigilante Dexter has killed on the Michael C Hall Showtime television series. The infographic also shows how Dexter’s victims were taken down (if it was shown on screen) during the first five seasons. Obviously, this graphic contains spoilers for the entire series. Click here and check out the full graphic.

VIDEO: Dexter's First Date with Rita

Dexter remembers his first date with Rita. A scene from episode 5.01 "My Bad".

Sunday, January 9, 2011

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall rocks a full beard

Thanks to Courtney for the heads up. "Coming into a new year many people look for a change, actor Michael C Hall looks to be one of them. The star of the Showtime hit Dexter was spotted wearing a full beard while grabbing some takeout from Kings Road Cafe in Los Angeles, California on Friday, January 7th, 2010." More photos after the jump...

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Julia Stiles to join Broadway cast of 'Fat Pig'

NEW YORK — Julia Stiles will join Dane Cook and Josh Hamilton in a production of Neil LaBute's "Fat Pig" on Broadway this spring.

The three will team up beginning April 12 at the Belasco Theatre on 44th Street for the darkly comic tale of a bachelor who falls for a plus-size girl. The show officially opens April 26.

Stiles began her career on stage at New York's downtown La MaMa Theatre, and has since appeared in "Twelfth Night" in Central Park, the Broadway revival of David Mamet's "Oleanna" with Aaron Eckhart and Bill Pullman, and opposite Mia Farrow in "Fran's Bed."

"Fat Pig" premiered off-Broadway in 2004, and LaBute, whose films include "Nurse Betty" and "Your Friends and Neighbors," will be making his Broadway debut as its director.

VIDEO: "Two Words. Autoerotic Mummification" - Masuka

A funny scene from episode 5.06. Masuka's visual theory at the crime scene.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

People's Choice Awards 2011 - Dexter is the Favorite TV Obsession!

This year marks the 37th anniversary of the People's Choice Awards. The fans, have voted Dexter as the favorite TV Obsession! Congratulations Dexter! Check out the nominees and winners after the jump!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

VIDEO: Julie Benz on Jimmy Kimmel Live

The first and second part of Jimmy's interview with Julie Benz. (Jan 4)

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Producers Guild Awards 2011: Dexter Nominee

The Producers Guild of America (PGA) announced today the television and motion picture nominations for the 2011 Producers Guild Awards. Dexter grabbed one nomination. The television nominees after the jump.

Monday, January 3, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favourite Season of Dexter?

Which was your favourite season of Dexter? Vote below and rank the seasons of the show!

Saturday, January 1, 2011

VIDEO: "You didn't look like a Raccoon the last time he saw you" - Dexter

A funny scene from episode 5.09 "Teenage Wasteland". Astor looks like a raccoon.

Happy New Year 2011!

We wish to our Dexter fans good health and happiness! You rock!