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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Michael C. Hall Talks About 'The Trouble With Bliss'

Via: Michael C. Hall, already a well known face after playing David Fisher, the gay funeral director on the legendary HBO cable program Six Feet Under, and now currently hovering around bona fide cultural icon status due to his turn as Dexter Morgan, the serial killer who kills other serial killers, on Showtime's hit series Dexter, switches gears in his new film, The Trouble With Bliss, from newcomer director Mike Knowles.
Mr. Hall was kind enough to take time out of an early morning rehearsal schedule, on a Saturday no less, to talk to Twitch about the frumpy, troubled character he plays in this new ode to being middle aged, and directionless, in the Big Apple. Read the whole interview after the jump below...

Friday, March 30, 2012

POLL: Least Favorite Dexter Villain So Far

Six seasons, six different villains for Dexter. Which of them was your least favorite so far? Vote below, and tell us your opinion for each of them in the comment section!

The TOP 10 Moments of Season 6 - #4: "Hello, Dexter Morgan" - Jonah

The TOP 10 moments of Season 6: On number 4 a great scene which brought to us memories from Season 4. Dexter goes to Nebraska to find Jonah. What happens next is just epic. Hit the jump below to see the video...

Tonight's the Night - Dexter Season 6 Premieres In the UK

Tonight's the Night for the UK fans. Dexter is back with a vengeance as the new season comes exclusively to FX for its UK premiere. The show returns for its sixth season, on FX channel, at 10pm. For more information click here.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Jennifer Carpenter Joins "The Occult"

Via: Jennifer Carpenter ("Dexter", Quarantine) is the latest actor to join The Occult for The Grey producer Mickey Liddell.

She joins Colm Meaney, ("Hell On Wheels", Get Him To The Greek), Rufus Sewell (Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Dark City) and newcomer Alycia Debnam-Carey have all been announced for the thriller which The Roommate director Christian Christiansen is now helping.

The story, "follows a small commune dealing with a prophecy that predicts the coming of the Devil's daughter. As the shared 18th birthday of five girls approaches, a sequence of murders causes panic to spread through the community, making some wonder whether the prophecy is coming true or if someone is silencing those who know too much." The Occult is now filming in North Carolina.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Jennifer Carpenter: "Dexter Will End After 8 Seasons"

Via: Dexter star Jennifer Carpenter has revealed that she only plans to film eight seasons.

The serial killer drama has been picked up for a seventh and eighth run by Showtime, with network president David Nevins suggesting that the show could continue beyond that point. However, Carpenter - who plays Debra Morgan - told Digital Spy: "I think I'm gonna do eight."

"You never know, but my hope is that people are like, 'God, I wish Dexter was still on' or 'God, I wish it had gone on for one more year'." The actress added that Dexter - which stars Michael C Hall as the eponymous killer - has been a "game-changing" series.

"I just don't think that we want to overstay our welcome," she explained.

Hall previously hinted that his character could meet a dark fate in the Dexter series finale.

"I think [in the new episodes] I'll be challenged to incorporate some very new and powerful dynamics into Dexter's world," said the actor. "To be honest, it's difficult for me to foresee an entirely happy ending for the character."

The sixth season of Dexter airs in the UK on Fridays at 10pm on FX. The series returns to Showtime in the US on Sunday, September 30 at 9/8c.

Happy Birthday, Julia Stiles!

Today Julia Stiles turns 31. Born Julia O'Hara Stiles on March 28, 1981, in New York City, she is of Irish, Italian and English stock. Recently it was announced that she will cast as lead in NBC's drama pilot "Midnight Sun". Happy Birthday Julia!

Dexter Season 6 - FX UK Promo

The sixth season of Dexter, premieres this Friday at 10pm in the UK. Click here to watch FX's promo. (UK only)

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Michael C. Hall: "I Can't See A Happy Ending For Dexter"

Via As series six of Dexter begins on FX HD on Friday, Michael C Hall discusses musicals, guest stars and playing God...

Does Dexter’s brush with religion in the new series bring out his spiritual side?
"If there’s a God in Dexter’s world, I suppose it’s arguably Harry or the code or Dexter himself, taking God’s work into his own hands in as much as he’s ending people’s lives. A broader sense of what God might be isn’t something he has faced until now."

The Doomsday Killers and Brother Sam represent a pretty broad spectrum of faith, don’t they?
"There’s a very negative manifestation of religious states, with these killers who are basing their heinous acts on scripture, and then we see Dexter enter into as authentic a friendship as he’s ever had with Brother Sam, who has been rehabilitated through the redemptive power of faith. So you see the shadow and the light side."

Have you been surprised by what’s happened in Dexter’s life over the course of five series?
"When we were shooting the first series, I didn’t foresee him having sex, let alone getting married or having a child or having some sort of relationship in which he invited other people into the kill room. I didn’t imagine Rita’s death or those kinds of ramifications." Hit the jump below to read the full interview...

Monday, March 26, 2012

PHOTOS: Julie Benz Attends the Thirst Project Celebration of World Water Day

Dexter alumna Julie Benz attends the Thirst Project celebration of World Water Day at the Santa Monica Pier. (Mar 22). Clcik the link below to see more photos...

Sunday, March 25, 2012

PHOTO: Michael C. Hall on the Cover of M2 Magazine

Michael C. Hall is on April's 2012 cover of New Zealand's M2 Magazine. Check out a preview of the magazine, here.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Michael C. Hall: "If I Were Deb's Therapist, I'd Say, "Don't Go There" I'd Encourage Her to Set Some Limits"

Via: Michael C. Hall is in New York this month shooting Kill Your Darlings, the story of three Beat writers who got drawn into a murder trial when their mutual friend Lucien Carr stabbed David Kammerer. Hall, best known for playing a serial killer on Dexter, will be the one getting stabbed this time around; his co-stars include Daniel Radcliffe as Allen Ginsberg, Ben Foster as William Burroughs, and Jack Huston as Jack Kerouac. But first up is this week's The Trouble With Bliss, an adaptation of Douglas Light's novel East Fifth Bliss. Hall takes the lead as Morris Bliss, an unemployed 35-year-old who lives with his father and meanders through life in the East Village. Vulture checked in with the actor to chat about stalking, underage sex, and Deb's icky love for Dexter. Read the interview after the jump below...

VIDEO: Jennifer Carpenter Talks Dexter: "If I Could Go Back and Redo a Season, I Want to Redo the First"

A few days ago, Jennifer Carpenter was in the UK, to promote Dexter Season 6 which begins on March 30, on FX UK. Hit the jump below to watch her 14-minute interview!

POLL: Are You Satisfied From the Religious Theme of Season 6?

3 months after the end of season 6, let's share our opinions about the religious theme of the past season. When last spring it was first announced that the sixth season of Dexter will have a cult-religious theme, the fans of the show were divided. But, now that the season is over what did you think? Vote below!

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Michael C. Hall Talks Going From Serial Killer To The Unspectacular

Via: Nowadays we all know him as our friendly neighborhood serial killer, Dexter, but even Michael C. Hall himself admits “there’s more to acting than playing a serial killer.”

In the upcoming release The Trouble with Bliss, Hall stars as Morris Bliss, a guy in his mid-30s who calls his widowed father’s (Peter Fonda) apartment his own and actually bunks down in what looks to be his childhood room. Oddly enough, rather than date someone his own age, Morris falls for an 18-year-old student (Brie Larson) who just so happens to be the daughter of an old high school pal (Brad William Henke).

Morris is a pretty interesting specimen. He’s got hopes to make big moves, but seemingly lacks the motivation to do, well, much of anything – quite the opposite of Dexter. In honor of The Trouble with Bliss’ March 23rd limited release, Hall took the time to discuss his Dexter detox, his experience playing a more reactive character, working with writer-director Michael Knowles and much more. Check it all out in the interview, after the jump below...

PHOTOS: Jennifer Carpenter at the Lunchbox Fund Bookfair

Jennifer Carpenter (and Helena Christensen) attends the 2012 Lunchbox Fund Bookfair auction at Del Posto on March 21, 2012 in New York City. Hit the jump below to see more photos...

Who Said That?: "If I Could Go Back and Redo a Season, I Want to Redo the First"

Here's a mini quiz: In a recent interview, a regular cast member of Dexter said...
"I apologize to my friends for the first season of Dexter, because I feel like I was green and uncomfortable. If I could go back and redo a season, I wanna redo the first."
Who do you think said this? Tell us in the comment section, below!  

UPDATE 3/23: VIDEO: Jennifer Carpenter Talks Dexter: "If I Could Go Back and Redo a Season, I Want to Redo the First"

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Michael C. Hall On A More "Paranoid" and "Manipulative" Dexter In Season 7

New interview with Michael C. Hall, on With Dexter entering its seventh season on Sunday, September 30th at 9pm EST, we’re all left wondering, can our favorite serial killer really pull it off again? The show’s core idea, a guy addicted to killing but only murdering bad guys, is certainly on the high concept side and when you’ve got a high concept, it’s far more susceptible to running dry.

However, if you caught the grand finale of Season 6, you know that a whole new door has been opened, a door that’ll likely welcome more conflict, new relationships and, of course, a new adversary for Dexter. While promoting his upcoming feature release, The Trouble with Bliss, Dexter himself, Michael C. Hall dedicated some time to discussing his perspective on the character, touching on what he’s looking forward to exploring in the new season.
“I think it’s good that the writers have found a new way to really turn up the heat on the character and force him into situations that he’s going to have to use his wits to fight his way out of.” Hall added, “And the newest development is sort of unprecedented in its complexity; it’s a real mess.” Hit the jump below to read more...

"The Trouble With Bliss" - 2-Minute Sneak Peek has an exclusive first look at a clip from The Trouble With Bliss featuring Michael C. Hall and Lucy Liu. (In theaters March 23th). You can watch the clip by clicking the link below!

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall on the Set of "Killing Your Darlings"

Michael C. Hall is spotted taking a break with a lollipop on the set of his upcoming film "Kill Your Darlings" in Brooklyn. (March 19). Click the link below to see 12 more photos!

'Killing Your Darlings' Starring Michael C. Hall - The Filming Began

The filming of Michael C. Hall's new movie "Killing Your Darlings" has already begun. In the movie are also starring Daniel Radcliffe, Ben Foster, Elizabeth Olsen, Dane Dehaan and Jack Huston. Stay tuned for photos from the set...

Monday, March 19, 2012

Jennifer Carpenter: "I'm About 8 Weeks Away From Shooting Dexter Season 7"

As we know Jennifer Carpenter is currently in the UK to promote the 6th of Dexter, which starts on FX UK, by the end of this month. Two days ago she announced on 'Saturday Kitchen' that in 8 weeks they will begin filming the seventh season of Dexter.

VIDEO: Jennifer Carpenter on BBC's 'Saturday Kitchen' (Full Episode)

Click the link below to watch Jennifer Carpenter on BBC's cooking show, Sunday Kitchen. She talks about cooking, Dexter and more...

Sunday, March 18, 2012

PHOTO: Jennifer Carpenter on BBC's Saturday Kitchen

Jennifer Carpenter is currently in London, to promote the sixth season of Dexter, which premieres on March 30, on FX UK. Yesterday she had a special guest appearance on BBC's "Saturday Kitchen".

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Dexter Season 7 Return Date - Showtime's Announcement

"You’ve been flooding us with e-mails, tweets, Facebook posts and notes asking one very important question – when are DEXTER and HOMELAND coming back? And who are we to hold out on you? Just announced earlier today, you can now sleep soundly knowing that on Sunday, September 30th, DEXTER and HOMELAND will officially return!
We may all have spring fever and a hot smoldering summer ahead of us, but come fall, get ready for a sizzling Sunday line-up with the seventh season premiere of DEXTER at 9:00 PM ET/PT followed by the highly-anticipated second season of the Golden Globe®-winning HOMELAND at 10:00 PM ET/PT. Both series will begin production this spring, with HOMELAND shooting on location in Israel and North Carolina, and DEXTER continuing to shoot in Los Angeles.
Last we saw, Carrie (Claire Danes) was undergoing electric shock therapy, while Brody (Damian Lewis) was off free and considering a position within the inner circle of the US government. And over at Miami Metro, Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) was just beginning to come to terms with her feelings for big brother Dexter (Michael C. Hall) as she finally uncovered his deep dark secret…and saw his dark passenger in full force.
Are you excited about the return of these much-loved shows? Want to know more scoop on the upcoming seasons? You’ll just have to keep coming back to get the latest on these fall premieres, and tune in on Sunday, September 30th —- only on SHOWTIME."

Vote For Michael C. Hall For Favorite Actor in TV Guide's Fan Favorite Awards

Last day to vote for Michael C. Hall! The voting ends tomorrow. "Like" TV Guide's facebook page, and vote him for "Favorite Actor"! The winners will be revealed on April 16. Click here.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

VIDEO: Dexter Alumna Julie Benz Delivers Spoiler Rules [by College Humor]

Via One of the biggest problems facing our society today is the flagrant emission of spoilers. In the wake of eventful TV episodes like this one from last night, people are bound to bring up revealing plot points in the company of friends who aren't quite up to date yet. As such, some of the stars from television's most spoiler-prone programs of past and present have teamed with College Humor to deliver the below video: Spoiler Etiquette.

In the video, TV stars Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), Nelsan Ellis (True Blood), Andre Royo (The Wire), Julie Benz (Dexter), Masi Oka (Heroes) and Michael Trucco (Battlestar Galactica) deliver all the rules on spoiler etiquette that have gone unexpressed for too long, including the time frames in which spoilers should be withheld, the proper phraseology for introducing a spoiler, and how to deal with violators to the rules. Click the link below to watch the video...

Monday, March 12, 2012

SAVE THE DATE: Dexter Season 7 Premiere - Sunday, September 30th 2012 at 9/8c

Mark your calendars! Showtime is getting off to a very early start planning its fall programming with today's announcement of a premiere date for the new seasons of hit shows Dexter and Homeland. Both will premiere Sunday, September 30, with Dexter at 9pm and Homeland at 10pm.
Dexter, which will be going into season 7, will have to deal with the aftermath of Deb witnessing her brother's serial killer instincts in action. Season 7 begins filming in May.


It's official! DEXTER RETURNS with an all-new season, on Sunday, September 30, 2012!!!

POLL: What Did You Think of Colin Hanks' Role As Travis?

What did you think of Colin Hanks' role as Travis Marshall in the sixth season of the show? Hanks' role was first announced on May 9, 2011 as "a highly intelligent young expert on ancient artifacts who gets linked to a series of grisly murders in Miami". Was he as good as you expected? Vote below!

Friday, March 9, 2012

Jennifer Carpenter Joins List of Presenters For College Television Awards

Via The Television Academy Foundation is adding Dexter star Jennifer Carpenter as presenter. The Television Academy Foundation’s College Television Awards is a nationwide competition that recognizes excellence in undergraduate and graduate student-produced work in the areas of video, digital, and film production. This year, more than 600 students from 154 schools across the country entered the competition. Out of these submissions, 23 projects across 12 categories will be honored at the star-studded gala in Los Angeles. This year, the awards gala will take place on March 31st at the Renaissance Hotel in Hollywood.

Dexter Vets Julie Benz and Jaime Murray to Reunite on New Syfy Series 'Defiance'

Via Former Dexter stars (and real-life pals) Julie Benz and Jaime Murray have both been cast in Syfy’s upcoming series Defiance. mSet in a dystopian future, the drama finds humans and aliens coexisting on a war-ravaged Earth that has been transformed by terra-forming machines.

Benz joins Defiance as Amanda Rosewater, the idealistic mayor of a burgeoning mining town who is resigned to maintaining peace within her community. Murray will play the “beautiful and proper” wife of Datak (Pillars of the Earth‘s Tony Curran), a member of an elite alien race. British actress Stephanie Leonidas also has been cast, as an extraterrestrial.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Dexter Season 7 Begins Filming In May

While the writers of Dexter are already writing the script of the first 4 episodes of Season 7, the filming of the forthcoming season is set to start in May. According to sources, season seven will start shooting few days earlier, than last year. Until now, the official premiere date of Dexter Season 7 is still unknown.

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall Attends 'Silent House' Premiere

Michael C. Hall attends the "Silent House" premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square on March 6, 2012 in New York City. Hit the jump below to see more photos & to watch the movie trailer...

Dexter's Josh Cooke Portrays a Scene From FX's 'Justified'

Keith Powell (30 Rock) plays Raylan, and Josh Cooke (Dexter) portrays Duffy in this scene from FX series "Justified."

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

The TOP 10 Moments of Season 6 - #5: Gellar Reveal

The TOP 10 moments of Season 6. A controversial scene of the sixth season of Dexter, opens the TOP 5. We are talking about the final scene of episode 6.09 "Get Gellar" in which Dexter finds out that Gellar was dead all along. Shocking or not this scene has divided a lot of fans. Hit the jump below to see it...

Edward James Olmos to Attend Emerald City Comicon

Via Emerald City Comicon announced yesterday that they’ve just added actor Edward James Olmos to the lineup of celebrity guests.
Olmos first hit the big time back in the 80s in the pastel-colored 80s police drama “Miami Vice” and the classic sci-fi film “Blade Runner.” More recently he starred in the fan favorite sci-fi series “Battlestar Galactica.”

Olmos is a Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning, Oscar and Tony nominated actor and activist. ECCC runs March 30-April 1st, 2012 at the Washington State Convention Center. Olmos will be appearing Friday only.

Olmos has made a career out of taciturn figures of authority like his recent role as Commander Adama in the reboot of the sci-fi series “Galactica.” He’s also known for his role as the origami making Gaff in Ridley Scott’s 1982 “Blade Runner.”

But Olmos has also given memorable performances in non sci-fi films. He played Jaime Escalante in the 1988 school drama “Stand and Deliver” and played a Chicano gang member in “American Me.” He also starred in the theatrical and film versions of “Zoot Suit” early in his career. Olmos is an activist for Latino causes and served as an international ambassador to UNICEF.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Dexter Season 6 DVD - Blu-ray Release Date

Exclusive: The DVD's and Blu-Ray's of the sixth season of Dexter, are about to be released on Tuesday August 14, 2012. Soon you will be available to pre-order the DVD's of season 6 on most multimedia websites.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Julia Stiles Cast as Lead in NBC's Drama Pilot Midnight Sun

Via Former Dexter star Julia Stiles is set to continue her run in gritty crime dramas with a starring role in the NBC pilot Midnight Sun. The thriller which is being adapted from the Israeli format by FlashForward‘s Lisa Zwerling — revolves around an investigation into mysterious disappearances within a group living on a cult-like commune in Alaska. As first reported by Deadline, Stiles will play Leah Kafka, an FBI cult specialist leading the investigation that ultimately uncovers a larger conspiracy.
The Walking Dead‘s Emma Bell has also joined the cast, playing the daughter of Lost alum Titus Welliver’s manipulative cult leader. Michael Raymond-James (Terriers) co-stars as well as an Alaskan police officer assisting Kafka with the case. This marks Stiles’ first series regular gig. That makes Julia's return on 'Dexter' even harder for the next two seasons of the show.

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall Talks 'The Trouble With Bliss'

'Dexter' star Michael C. Hall talks about his new movie, 'The Trouble With Bliss'. The movie will be released on March 23. Hit the jump below to watch the video...

Friday, March 2, 2012

David Zayas to Guest-Star on NBC's Grimm

David Zayas has scared up a Grimm gig. TVLine has learned exclusively that the Dexter vet will guest-star in an upcoming episode of NBC’s freshman drama, playing Sal Burrel, a monstrous troll-like creature known as a Hasslich.

The dangerous Sal, who is a city building inspector heading up a racketeering scheme, runs into a problem when the beaver-eqsue Eisbiber community defies his demands for a cut of their earnings. Zayas appears in Episode 19, cheekily titled “Leave it to the Beavers,” to air this spring.

Dexter Season 6 Premiere Hits Ratings Record in France

Via SpoilerTV: Last night was the premiere of the sixth season of Dexter on Canal+. Watched by an average of 950,000 viewers (16% of the people with a subscription to Canal+), episodes 6.01 and 6.02 are the most watched episodes in Dexter's history (on the first viewing only), according to toutelatélé.com.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

POLL: What Did You Think of Edward James Olmos' Role As Professor Gellar in Season 6?

What did you think of Edward James Olmos role as Professor James Gellar in the sixth season of the show? Olmos' role as Gellar was first announced on May 2011 as "a brilliant, charismatic professor of religious studies". Was he as good as you expected? Vote below and tell us your opinion in the comment section!

Dexter Season 6 Premieres Tonight on Canal+ France

French Dexter fans! The sixth season of Dexter premieres tonight on Canal+ with a two hour season premiere (Episodes 6.01 and 6.02). Watch the first part of the premiere below, in French.

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