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Saturday, February 26, 2011

Friday, February 25, 2011

Dexter Season 5 Premiere in France: Video Teaser

The 5th season premiere in France is on March 3. Watch below a teaser of Canal+.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Dexter Nominated for 3 Saturn Awards


The 37th Annual Saturn Awards nominations were announced yesterday by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films and our favourite serial-killer Dexter is nominated for 3 awards. Specifically, Dexter is up for Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series,Best Actor in Television for Michael C. Hall and Best Supporting Actress for Jennifer Carpenter. We wish them the best of luck!

See the whole list of the nominations here.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

New Dexter Inspired Posters from Season 5 by Ty Mattson


Few months ago we posted the first Dexter Inspired Posters. Now the award-winning graphic designer (and die-hard Dexter fan) Ty Mattson has created five new original designs inspired by iconic elements from Dexter Season 5. Click to the pictures to enlarge.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Jennifer Carpenter: 'The Sixth Season of Dexter Will Surprise!'

Jennifer Carpenter is happy: She’s finally been given permission to cry. The actress, currently starring opposite Pablo Schreiber in the off-Broadway dark romantic play “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” had to stifle her tears on stage while rehearsing the role of Kayleen, a young woman suppressing her inner turmoil.

“There was one rule: It’s that Kayleen doesn’t cry. That’s a lot to swallow all the time. It was actually unhealthy for a while, I think. During one rehearsal, I did cry and I felt so much better. I said, ‘I may need to leave a little on the stage.’”

Director Scott Ellis eventually relented, finally allowing Carpenter to release her pain — but only at the very end of each performance. “I think the journey that she goes through, she looks forward to that moment,” Ellis says.
Carpenter, 31, is flexing her tear ducts and theater muscles for the first time since she made a name for herself on Showtime’s serial killer series “Dexter” and in films such as “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” and “White Chicks.”

“This has been a historic moment in my life. This whole period of my life is going to change the course of everything in a really positive way,” she says during an interview in her dressing room. “I’m at a point in my life where I’m looking to be surprised. I’m looking to do things that I hadn’t expected to do.” More after the jump...

Jennifer Carpenter - New Photoshoot


A new photoshoot of Jennifer Carpenter. 2011 Trump SoHo Hotel Portrait. More photos after the jump!

The Iphone Version of Dexter Game is now available for PC


The Iphone - Ipad version of the "Dexter Game" is available for your PC. The video above is a gameplay preview. Click here to download.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

PHOTOS: Jennifer Carpenter at the Malandrino Fall 2011



Jennifer Carpenter attends the Malandrino Fall 2011 fashion show during Mercedes -Benz Fashion Week. Click the photos below to enlarge.

Dexter Showtime - Over 7 Million Fans on Facebook


"You'll want to be awake for this". The facebook page of Showtime Dexter reached more than 7 million fans. Dexter is officially one of the most favorite TV shows on facebook.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Interview: C.S. Lee Dishes on Dexter

C.S. Lee's character Vince Masuka on the Showtime breakout hit "Dexter" can be goofy, creepy and downright funny all at once.

Even a serial drama needs its comedic moments, Lee said. And it's Lee's job to provide them in between the grisly killings of vigilante serial killer Dexter Morgan played by Golden Globe nominee Michael C. Hall.

Masuka is a forensics expert with the Miami Police Department. He shares a friendship with Morgan, flirts with his female coworkers and often makes sexual innuendos in inappropriate situations.

It's a breakthrough role for Lee, 39, who grew up just outside Vancouver, Wash. "Dexter" drew 2.3 million total viewers for its season 5 premiere in September.

During a break in filming, Lee visited Stevenson University's Greenspring campus Wednesday. Lee is friends with Christopher Reed, an associate professor of film, video and theater at Stevenson. Reed invited him to the campus. Lee led a workshop for acting students. Snow canceled a public question and answer session Thursday, but Lee spoke to the Times via telephone about his quirky character, Hall's recovery from Hodgkin's lymphoma last year and the future of "Dexter." More after the jump...

Monday, February 7, 2011

VIDEO: What made Julia Stiles want to be an Actress

What movie did Julia Stiles see that first inspired her to become an actor?

Friday, February 4, 2011

New Interview with Jennifer Carpenter & Photos

It’s been almost nine years since Kentucky-bred, Juilliard-trained Jennifer Carpenter made her Broadway debut in The Crucible alongside Liam Neeson and Laura Linney. She’s been in Hollywood ever since, starring in films like The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Quarantine and creating the role of badass, foul-mouthed cop Debra Morgan in Showtime’s Dexter. (Unfortunately, her personal life has had its own drama; she recently filed for divorce from her Dexter co-star and husband of two years, Michael C. Hall.) Right now, Carpenter is back in New York, co-starring with Pablo Schreiber in Rajiv Joseph’s darkly funny two-hander Gruesome Playground Injuries at Second Stage. It’s a love story, told in non-linear scenes, of Doug and Kayleen, who always reenter each other’s lives when one is injured but can somehow never quite connect. During a break between shows, Carpenter gave Broadway.com the skinny on why Gruesome is just what she needs right now.

Your Dexter character is known for her inventive and colorful language. Any faves?
I like “Christ on a crutch” and I like “Shit a brick and fuck me with it.” That one’s gross. The one I liked most this year didn’t have cuss word in it: “I’d rather put a campfire out with my face.” That made me laugh.

Click the link below for full interview and photos...

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Michael C. Hall Kept Cancer Battle Quiet From Dexter Cast

Michael C. Hall, who plays serial killer Dexter Morgan on Showtime’s Dexter, kept his lymphoma secret from his fellow cast members for two and a half episodes.

After learning of his Hodgkin's lymphoma diagnosis while shooting the 10th of 12 episodes of the TV series’ fourth season in 2009, Hall felt it was “best at the time” to keep it quiet, he told Metro World News.

“I wanted to get as much information as possible and make as many decisions as possible before I let anyone know about it just so that when I let them know, I could tell them as much as I could and answer as many of the questions they would inevitably have,” Hall, who turned 40 on Feb. 1, told Metro.

Hall underwent treatment and the cancer was in remission by January 2010, and he fully recovered in April 2010. Hall plays the leading role in the crime drama, which is in its fifth season. He is a blood-spatter analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department who satisfies his dark desires by hunting down and killing criminals in his free time.

Last year, he received a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild award for his role in Dexter, and he was nominated for a SAG Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series this year.

Hall's family has a history of cancer; when Hall was 11, his father died of prostate cancer at 39 in 1982, according to People. Hodgkin's lymphoma, a mostly curable cancer of the immune system, is responsible for 1,320 deaths a year in the United States, according to the National Cancer Institute.

Source: theepochtimes.com

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Michael C. Hall Insists He's Doing OK After a Crazy Year

Michael C. Hall is holding up just fine.

The Dexter actor — who has undergone treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma and recently announced his split from wife Jennifer Carpenter has told friends he’s doing OK.

“It’s been crazy times and a crazy year, but I’m all right,” he said, according to the the USA Today newspaper.

Recent reports claimed Hall split from Carpenter because they were arguing over whether to start a family.

“Jennifer was extremely supportive of Michael when he battled cancer,” a source told American tabloid the National Enquirer, “and she never gave up hope of them having a baby.

“But after Michael recovered and was declared cancer-free, he decided he no longer wanted to have kids with Jennifer. She moved out shortly thereafter.”

It’s also claimed Michael’s close relationship with his Dexter costar Julia Stiles harmed his marriage.

“It was clear that Michael and Julia had chemistry on and off the set,” said the source. “Many of the those on the show asked if they were having an affair.”

Source: showbizspy.com

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Happy Birthday Michael C. Hall!


Today Michael C. Hall turns 40. He was born in North Carolina in 2/1/1971 and graduate of NYU's Master of Fine Arts program in acting. Recently he divorced from his wife Jennifer Carpenter after 2 years of marriage. Happy Birthday Michael!