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Thursday, March 31, 2011

Michael C. Hall to star in "The Dead Circus"

Looks like Michael C. Hall will be busy this summer filming both Dexter and this new movie, The Dead Circus. The film adaptation of John Kaye’s novel The Dead Circus is about to get rolling, with producers eyeing a summer start date. The film stars James Marsden, Melissa Leo, and Michael C. Hall and tells a fictious story based on the non-ficticious death of singer Bobby Fuller. Hall will play a corrupt, wheelchair-bound manager of the dead musician.

Source: mchdaily

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

VIDEO: John Lithgow on "How I Met Your Mother"

John Lithgow played on the latest episode of How I Met Your Mother. I prefer him as villain!

Monday, March 28, 2011

Hulu's Best in Show 2011 Final - Vote for Dexter!

Dexter is up against Chuck in the Final Showdown of Hulu's Best in Show. Go vote for Dexter here!

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall talks about "Peep World"

New Peep World video interview with Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman, & Ben Schwartz.

Happy Birthday Julia Stiles!

Today Julia Stiles turns 30. Born Julia O'Hara Stiles on March 28, 1981, in New York City, she is of Irish, Italian and English stock. We' ll learn soon if she returns for the sixth season of Dexter. Happy Birthday Julia!

Sunday, March 27, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favorite Third Episode of a Season?

Sunday Poll: Which is your favorite third episode of a season? Vote below!

Season 1 Episode 3: Dexter's on the trail of a recently released murderer who plans to kill again when he's sidetracked by the Ice Truck Killer's latest crime - a cut-up hooker found in a hockey ice rink.

Season 2 Episode 3: Dexter sets his sights on a new victim: a murderer, so repulsive, it seems only fitting that he's a used-car salesman. Dexter almost admires the man, though, for his smooth-talking charm and effortless lying, which Dexter knows he lacks himself these days. Dexter's been unable to lie to Rita about his midnight activities, which has her thinking that he's a drug addict. She's threatened to leave him if he doesn't commit to a 12-step program to deal with his supposed addiction. While in this recovery, though, Dexter meets a sexy, mysterious woman named Lila.

Season 3 Episode 3: After Dexter meets a pedophile at the grocery store, who's set his sights on Astor, he has to make a decision about his code. Miguel and Dexter both know the new body that showed up skinned wasn't Freebo's doing, and need to find a way to convince the Homicide Squad. Dexter is still wrestling with his potential role in the baby's life.

Season 4 Episode 3: Dexter's neighborhood gets vandalized. The Trinity Killer strikes again, Debra questions her relationship with Anton as she spends more time with Lundy, and LaGuerta and Batista's relationship gets complicated.

Season 5 Episode 3: Dexter tries to hire a nanny for Harrison so that he can continue his "extracurricular activities." Meanwhile, Debra is paired with a rookie detective on a double homicide and Quinn starts to piece similarities together between Dexter and his alias, Kyle Butler, a suspect in the ongoing Trinity Killer investigation.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Michael C. Hall talks Dexter

Michael C Hall talked about Dexter on Read the interview below.

How did Dexter happen and why did you take it up?

I took a couple of weeks to think about it before I agreed to do it. I had just finished a television series that lasted for five years and I knew it was an open-ended commitment I was making. The character was something that would require a great deal of focus and energy. Also when I first saw Dexter on paper, I thought huh, how? How? How do I approach this? So I took some time just to think about those kinds of questions. I didn’t just jump right on board, I took some time to think about it, but ultimately the challenges of the character and the challenges as an actor the character presented, and the people

I would be working with, some of whom I’d worked with on ‘Six Feet Under’, all together allowed me to make the leap of faith. Read more after the jump...

Julie Benz: "I don't know one actor who'd want to be taken off a show like Dexter"

New interview with Julie on The day started with Julie Benz in all her hotness; she was as radiant and engaging as fans would expect, despite not knowing whether 'No Ordinary Family' will be renewed next season. "We haven't heard anything official. The official word will be out in May," she confirmed. "But it's not a good sign when the network starts moving your show around."

With three episodes remaining this season, she's referring to the second-to-last episode, which will be moving to Saturday, March 26, at 10PM before the season finale the following Tuesday at the regular 8PM time slot. Never good news, but you could tell it was particularly hard on Benz, whose shocking departure from 'Dexter' is still fresh in her mind.

"I don't know one actor who'd want to be taken off a show like that. It was not my choice and they told me an hour before they put out the script. Thank god I didn't have too much time to think about it because I loved playing Rita. I loved working with Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, and I loved the producers and the writers. We were very much a family."

The hardest thing for her was keeping it a secret from that family in the final ten days of shooting. "It was hard just going to work. I would have moments where I would sit at home and confront the fact that I wasn't going to be playing Rita anymore. There were a lot of tears and a lot of alcohol. In the final scene, they told the crew an hour before we went to shoot it, so big burly grips started crying. I'd have scenes with Michael where I'd look at him and just start crying for no reason." Read more after the jump...

Thursday, March 24, 2011

2011 Comic-Con Annual Magazine: Dexter Showtime Ad

Michael C. Hall in a promo ad for the 2011 Comic-Con Annual magazine. You can read the comic-con magazine by clicking here. Speaking of which, who’s going to Comic-Con this year?

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall discusses "Peep World"

Short video of Michael C. Hall and Ben Schwartz discussing Peep World.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Lauren Velez to Guest-Star on Breakout Kings

Lauren Velez is about to Guest Star on A&E's Breakout Kings. This time she will play the role of a fugitive! We don't know more about her role. This episode is scheduled to air Sunday June 6. Very interesting...

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Interview: Michael C. Hall Talks about Dexter Season 6 and Peep World

We may never see an Arrested Development movie in our lifetime. Thankfully, Barry W. Blaustein has made Peep World, an ensemble comedy about an uproariously demented and out-of-touch family that gives the Bluth clan a run for its money. In the film, dysfunctional siblings Sarah Silverman, Rainn Wilson, and Michael C. Hall overreact when their youngest brother (Ben Schwartz) writes a tell-all book about the family's dirtiest secrets. We spoke to Hall about awkward dinner parties, Hitler fascinations, and the next season of Dexter.

Q: Dexter is must-see television for so many people. What's must-see TV for you?

A: I watch a lot of sports on TV. As far as series go, I often catch up with stuff. I just picked up all of the DVDs of Breaking Bad, which I haven't seen yet. I'm looking forward to doing a marathon of that. Just recently, I made my way through The Wire well after the fact. That show is mind-blowing. The expansiveness of their storytelling is just unbelievable, and I think Omar is one of the greatest characters in the history of television.

Q: Is the upcoming Dexter season going to be your last?

A: I can't say for sure, but probably not. [Laughs] Read more after the jump...

Sunday, March 20, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favorite Second Episode of a Season?

Sunday Poll:
Which is your favorite second episode of a season? Vote below!

Season 1 Episode 2: Being wrapped up in preparing for his next victim, Dexter finds out that the Ice Truck Killer is aware of Dexter's dirty little secret.

Season 2 Episode 2: Dexter is finding it hard to have closure on killing his brother. There is a new FBI agent to head the "Bay Harbour Butcher" case. Debra is finding it tough to put the past behind her.

Season 3 Episode 2: Dexter continues the hunt for Freebo, knowing he is still in town after finding Teegan's body. Dexter and Rita must make a decision about her pregnancy. Dexter isn't sure whether he can raise a child. Deb searches for the identity of her body, not knowing the link to the Freebo case. Dexter races to beat the rest of the police to Freebo.

Season 4 Episode 2: Dexter misplaces needed evidence in the Trinity Killer case, evidence which could expose his secret. Meanwhile, Miami Metro must juggle two serial killers at the same time, as the Vacation Murders might bring the city's tourism industry to a grinding halt.

Season 5 Episode 2: Dexter tries to get the lives of his family back on track by temporarily curbing his dark urges, but is forced to reconsider after he makes a horrific discovery. Meanwhile, Debra finds it difficult to keep her private life private while sharing her apartment with Dexter and the kids.

Jennifer Carpenter to star in a new film ‘Gone’

Thanks to Rachel for the heads up. Emily Wickersham, Wes Bentley and Jennifer Carpenter are going to “Gone” opposite Amanda Seyfried in the thriller from Lakeshore Entertainment and Sidney Kimmel Entertainment.

Lakeshore’s Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi are producing alongside Sidney Kimmel, Chris Salvaterra and Dan Abrams. Summit has U.S. distribution rights

“Gone” will be directed by Heitor Dhalia from a script penned by Allison Burnett centering on a kidnap survivor who attempts to find the same killer whom she believes has abducted her sister. Seyfried came on board in February.

Shooting’s set to being in April. Lakeshore, Sidney Kimmel and Summit are set to partner on the upcoming production of fantasy-romancer “Adaline.” Lakeshore and Sidney Kimmel have partnered previously partnered on “The Lincoln Lawyer,” starring Matthew McConaughey, and “One for the Money,” starring Katherie Heigl.

Wickersham’s in “I Am Number Four” and Carpenter’s a regular on “Dexter.” Bentley was seen in “Jonah Hex.”

Bentley and Carpenter are repped by WME and Wickersham repped by Paradigm. Bentley and Wickersham are managed by Untitled.


PHOTO: Michael C. Hall Supports "Light the Night"

As we said a few days before Michael C. Hall supports the leukemia & lymphoma Society’s Annual light the night walk in new PSA Campaign. Here is the photo with Michael.

Saturday, March 19, 2011

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall talks about "Peep World"

Michael C. Hall, Sarah Silverman, and Ben Schwartz talking about their latest movie "Peep World" and Jews.

Julia Stiles to star in "Seconds of Happiness"

Julia Stiles is about to star on a new movie named Seconds of Happiness. The frame of the narrative takes place on an airplane and examines the interconnecting lives of various passengers through vignettes. Clearly, this will be just like Lost.
That maybe means that Julia is not coming back for the sixth season of Dexter.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Michael C. Hall Named Ambassador For Cancer Charity

Michael C. Hall may play a serial killer on the hit show Dexter, but now he’s starring in a new role: lead Ambassador for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) 2011 Light The Night Walks.

The Light The Night Walk is the largest cancer fundraiser night walk in the country, attracting over 250,000 participants to help raise funds for high-impact cancer research and crucial patient services. Hall, who is in remission for Hodgkin’s lymphoma, is encouraging people to walk in support of this important cause.

“The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society pours a tremendous amount of money directly into cutting-edge cancer research— research that I’ve certainly benefited from,” Hall stated. “It’s an organization that you can be confident is at the forefront of moving things forward.”

The 40-year-old actor also lent his award-winning skills to a new PSA campaign called “Walk As if Your Life Depended on It.” The video was produced and directed by filmmaker, Jesse Dylan, and in the short Hall shares experiences from his personal battle with lymphoma.

“We are so grateful for Michael C. Hall’s participation in this year’s Light The Night fundraiser for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society,” said LLS’s chief marketing and revenue officer, Nancy L. Klein. “His empowering message inspires us and strengthens our dedication to help patients live longer, better lives.”

LLS is the single largest nonprofit contributor to blood cancer research, and provides more than $20 million in financial aid and co-pay assistance to cancer patients every year. Pretty amazing!

The PSA has yet to hit the web, but when it does we’ll keep you posted. And if you want to be like Dexter, you can find out more about participating in a Light The Night Walk here!


Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Dexter Season 5 Premieres on FX Italia - Promo

The fifth season of Dexter Premieres in March 18 on FX Italy. Watch the promo below.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favourite Season Premiere Episode?

Sunday Poll: Which season premiere episode is your favorite? Vote below!

Season 1 Episode 1: Dexter takes part in the investigation of a serial killer who drains his victims of blood. He also kills two criminals, and his romantic relationship may be going to the next level.

Season 2 Episode 1: Dexter becomes anxious and frustrated after more than a month without killing. When he finally gets his chance, he finds he is off his game.

Season 3 Episode 1: Dexter begins to question his blind loyalty to his father's memory. In an act of spontaneity, he wonders whether The Code of Harry is a necessity anymore.

Season 4 Episode 1: Dexter's sleep deprivation puts both his day job and his nighttime hunting in jeopardy. Lundy is back in town to capture the Trinity Killer - someone he can't even prove exists.

Season 5 Episode 1: Dexter has reported Rita's death and the case is handed over to the FBI as the killing has all the earmarks of the Trinity killer. Everyone on the team is supportive but a bit upset with Lt. Laguerta for handing over the case that has affected one of their own. Det. Quinn however doesn't feel Dexter is behaving like a grieving husband should and when Masuka mentions that Dexter was aware of Rita kissing her neighbor, he begins to suspect him.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Dexter Season 6 Update: When Season Six Begins Filming?

[Via] We recently had a chance to catch up with the actor who plays Dexter, Michael C. Hall while he was out promoting his new independent film Peep World, which opens in theaters on March 25th and also stars Sarah Silverman, and Rainn Wilson. We took the opportunity to talk to Michael C. Hall a little bit about Dexter and asked the actor when he begins shooting the sixth season of the series.
"Not until May but it's definitely happening."

We finished up by asking Michael C. Hall if he is excited to return to work on the series and revisit the character again.
"Yeah I'm excited. Doing something for this long is a crazy proposition but with this at least it continues to evolve."

Friday, March 11, 2011

VIDEO: Jeff Lindsay Talks about Dexter

Jeff Lindsay, author of the books that inspired Dexter, reveals how he created one of the world's most loved serial killers.

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall's Voiceover on Dodge Commercial 2011

Video of Michael C. Hall doing the voiceover for the latest Dodge Durango commercial.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Hulu's Best in Show 2011 - Vote for Dexter!

Dexter is up against Glee for Hulu's second annual Best in Show. Go vote for Dexter here or click at the picture below!

Sunday, March 6, 2011

PHOTOS: Jennifer Carpenter at the Red Carpet Style Party

Here are some photos of Jennifer Carpenter at the QVC Red Carpet Style Party on February 25 in Los Angeles. Click the pics below to enlarge.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Christina Robinson & Preston Bailey at the 2011 Secret Room

Astor and Cody from Dexter at the 2011 Secret Room Oscar Gifting Suite.