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Friday, February 28, 2014

Charlotte Rampling Is Announced as the Face of NARS' 20th Anniversary Campaign


Dexter alumna Charlotte Rampling has another project in the works: She’s the new face of Nars, which is gearing up for its 20th anniversary in September. According to brand executives, Rampling will appear in a “black-and-white portrait-style image” shot by founder and creative director Fran├žois Nars.

Rampling was chosen, in part, because she has been one of Nars’ muses. “She is a natural beauty that feels strong, yet relatable,” Nars told WWD. “Charlotte’s ability of transformation is unparalleled. Whether captured in pieces of artwork, through the lens of a magazine photographer or on film and the big screen, she had an amazing power to encompass a character.”

Nars went on to say Rampling’s “strength of character” and artistic talents make her a perfect fit for the brand. “I remember Dirk Bogarde referencing Charlotte’s ‘fabled look’ because of the combination of her beauty and withering gaze,” he said. “This is what makes her an endlessly watchable mystery.”

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Marvel's Issue #1 of Dexter Down Under by Jeff Lindsay Is Now Available


The first issue of 'Dexter: Down Under' by Marvel is now available! Dexter returns in an all-new, all-Australian, blood-soaked adventure written by his creator, Jeff Lindsay! Dexter Morgan isn't just Miami's #1 forensic blood splatter expert...he's also a serial killer who targets other serial killers! But when Dexter travels down under, he quickly discovers that sharks aren't Australia's only deadly predator!

Who is setting up illegal hunting safaris in the Outback - and are humans in the crosshairs? Dexter investigates as only he can, and that means only one thing: blood will flow. Under the hot Australian sun, Dexter's Dark Passenger is given free rein...and the guilty will not go unpunished!

Monday, February 24, 2014

Michael C. Hall Dishes on Transitioning From Dexter to Broadway's 'The Realistic Joneses' [Video]


Michael C. Hall talks to Arthur Kade about transitioning from Dexter to starring in Broadway's "The Realistic Joneses" with Toni Collette, Marisa Tomei and Tracy Letts. Watch the interview below!

Happy Birthday, Edward James Olmos!


Today, Edward James Olmos turns 67. Born in Los Angeles, on February 24, 1947. Among his most memorable roles are William Adama in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica, Lt. Martin Castillo in Miami Vice, teacher Jaime Escalante in Stand and Deliver, patriarch Abraham Quintanilla in the film Selena, Detective Gaff in Blade Runner, and narrator El Pachuco in both the stage and film versions of Zoot Suit. In the sixth season of Dexter he play the role of Professor James Gellar. Happy b-day!

Saturday, February 22, 2014

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall Attends 'The Realistic Joneses' Broadway Press Preview


Michael C. Hall attends 'The Realistic Joneses' Broadway press preview at The New 42nd Street Studios on February 20, 2014 in New York City. View more pics after the jump!

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Throwback Thursday #9 - Deb Describes Lila


#ThrowbackThursday #9. Nostalgia time. Let's remember great moments from past seasons.

In the eighth episode of the second season, Deb gets pissed off when Dexter tells her what he thinks about her relationship with Lundy. Then, our favorite serial killer's potty mouth sister, calls Dex's latest love interest Lila, a gross english titty vampire. That was undoubtedly one of the funniest moments of the Bay Harbor Butcher season. Hit the play button to see it again!

Episode: 2.08 "Morning Comes"
Grade: A+
Original Air Date: November 18, 2007

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

John Lithgow on the Dexter Series Finale: "I Watched Half of It" [Video]


In a recent press conference during 64th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, John Lithgow aka the Trinity Killer revealed that a lot of fans has been asking his opinion about the controversial series finale of Dexter. He also said that he watched only the half of it. Hit the play button to view the video.

Monday, February 17, 2014

POLL: Will Michael C. Hall Agree to Play Dexter Again In a Spin-off Series?


Back in July, it was officially announced that Scott Buck got a new two-year overall deal with Showtime, which still wants to keep the franchise alive. After being negative to a possible return to Dexter, Michael C. Hall recently revealed that he wouldn't rule out a return to the role of Dexter Morgan in an all-new spin-off series. What do you think? Will Michael agree to play everyone's favorite serial killer again? Vote below and discuss!


Friday, February 14, 2014

VIDEO: Aimee Garcia on the Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson


Aimee Garcia was Craig Ferguson's guest on the Late Late Show a couple of days ago in order to promote her new film, 'RoboCop'. She revealed that she started training to be in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Hit the play button to watch the full interview!

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Throwback Thursday #8 - Deb's Controversial Dream


#ThrowbackThursday #8. Nostalgia time. Let's remember great moments from past seasons.

Back in the penultimate episode of the sixth season, Deb realizes that she's in love with her step brother Dexter. Influenced by her "guilty" thoughts, she's having a dream about kissing Dex. That moment was the absolute favorite for every Debster fan of the show and maybe the worst one, for fans who thought it was incest.

Episode: 6.11 "Talk to the Hand"
Official Air Date: December 11th, 2011
Grade: B-

Michael C. Hall Narrates Capote’s “Breakfast at Tiffany's”

Audible.com has announced that they are releasing the first ever audiobook recording of the classic novel, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” written by Truman Capote. Even better, the audiobook is narrated by Michael C. Hall.

In his performance as “Fred,” the narrator of Capote’s romantic comedic novella, Hall brings the glamorous and charming Holly Golightly to life. Holly, the free-spirited and independent single girl who all men fall for (including “Fred”), is a style icon and role model for many women who adore the story of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”

The audio book is already available for download.

Michael C. Hall’s performance of Breakfast at Tiffany’s is yet another wonderful celebrity offering from Audible.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

PHOTOS: Aimee Garcia Attends the RoboCop Premiere


Dexter alumna Aimee Garcia arrives at the premiere of Columbia Pictures' "Robocop" at TCL Chinese Theatre on February 10, 2014 in Hollywood, California. View more photos after the jump!

Monday, February 10, 2014

POLL: Which Was Your Favorite Penultimate Episode of a Season?


Vote for your favorite eleventh episode of a Dexter season, below!

Season 1 Episode 11: The Ice Truck Killer strikes again, leaving a real nightmare before Christmas at Santa's Cottage. But this time, Dexter notices that the kill is not as 'tidy' as the previous kills, as if the Ice Truck Killer is rushing to leave Miami. But in reality, the Ice Truck Killer has kidnapped someone very close to Dexter to lure him into a trap that will change Dexter's life forever. Meanwhile, Sgt. Doakes notices that Dexter has been acting strangely around the Homicide division, making him wonder if in fact, Dexter is the Ice Truck Killer.

Season 2 Episode 11: As Lundy's noose starts to tighten, Dexter finds himself dodging bullets both figurative and real. Dexter now must decide about not only his own fate but those of the people he cares most about. Lila attempts to blackmail Dexter into loving her and then makes a startling discovery that changes their relationship forever.

Season 3 Episode 11: While preparing for his big wedding day, Dexter has to figure out a way to remove Miguel from his life for good. But how does Dexter manage to do this when Miguel is not only a highly placed D.A., but also his Best Man? Rita has troubles of her own, when Syl reveals that Miguel has been seeing one of his old flames. Meanwhile, Debra finds a new clue that brings her even closer to catching the Skinner.

Season 4 Episode 11: Dexter's worst fears have been realized. Because of Debra's unrelenting pursuit, Miami Metro is just one step away from discovering the identity of the Trinity Killer. And Dexter can't let that happen. Arthur's arrest would not only deprive Dexter of a satisfying kill, it would also expose the secret life Dexter's been leading in his pursuit of this monster. Dexter must take drastic action to buy himself time to deal with Trinity in his own fashion. Meanwhile, Rita decides to confide in Dexter, which doesn't go as well as she'd hoped. LaGuerta and Batista's breach of ethics paints them into a very tight corner. And Arthur, who still can't understand why Dexter didn't simply turn him in, begins his own bloody investigation into Kyle Butler.

Season 5 Episode 11: Dexter and Lumen are trying to figure out how to get Jordan Chase but he catches on to the fact they have been under video surveillance. He manages to trace the equipment back to Joey Quinn, not realizing that Stan Liddy is behind it all. He and Lumen burglarize Quinn's apartment and find some of the photos of them at the marina. Dexter learns soon enough just who is behind it. Debra meanwhile has pretty well figured out the case and tells her colleagues about her vigilante theory: that the killer is probably the 13th victim who escaped and that she is likely being helped by a man. Lt. Laguerta is dubious however. Jordan Chase has conveniently planned to go to Europe on a speaking tour but not before he lays a trap for Dexter and Lumen.

Season 6 Episode 11: Dexter finds that in order to catch the Doomsday Killers, he must create a macabre tableau of his own; Debra's battle with LaGuerta over the case of the dead call girl boils over, and her therapist makes an unnerving suggestion.

Season 7 Episode 11: As Christmas approaches, Dexter tries to balance his life with Hannah and his relationship with Debra. Debra follows up on a potentially incriminating tip. Dexter learns that the man responsible for ordering his mother's death has been released from jail.

Season 8 Episode 11: Dexter is torn between fleeing the country with Hannah and Harrison or taking Saxon out for good. Dexter's inaction results in a grisly and unexpected consequence.

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Lauren Velez Talks Getting the Role of Maria LaGuerta [Video]

Lauren Velez gets us back in 2005 when she was chosen to play the character that fans love to hate, aka Maria LaGuerta. Check out her short interview for NUVOtv, below!

Friday, February 7, 2014

Yvonne Strahovski Photo Shoot For Spirit & Flesh


Yvonne Strahovski is on the cover of the February Issue of Spirit & Flesh magazine. Check out more photos after the jump!

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Throwback Thursday #7 - Dexter's Fun House of Horrors

Today's Throwback Thursday reminds us one of the top and well-done Dexter promo's in the history of the show. Our favorite serial killer finally realises who he really is, and he's in peace with himself. Hit the play button below to (re)watch this badass Season 3 promo!

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Happy Birthday, Charlotte Rampling!


Today, Dexter alumna Charlotte Rampling turns 68! She was born in Sturmer, England, on February 5th, 1946. In the final season of Dexter she played the role of Dr. Evelyn Vogel for 10 episodes. Happy b-day Charlotte!

Sunday, February 2, 2014

POLL: Which Was Your Favorite Tenth Episode of a Season?


Vote now, for your favorite tenth episode of a Dexter season!

Season 1 Episode 10: Dexter's world is shaken when he is called to the crime scene of a massacre unlike any that he's ever seen before... or so he thinks, until a series of memories comes streaming back that shock him to his core. Meanwhile, Rita has to hire a lawyer when Paul brings a surprising case against her to take sole custody of their children. Batista follows a new lead on the Ice Truck Killer case that brings him one step closer to apprehending the sadistic serial killer. But does it bring him too close?

Season 2 Episode 10: Dexter finds himself with the upper hand when Doakes tracks him to his latest kill. But when Doakes reveals a secret about Harry's past, Dexter's world comes crumbling down. Meanwhile, Rita starts letting Dexter back into her life, and the Miami Metro PD starts closing in on the Bay Harbor Butcher.

Season 3 Episode 10: Dexter feels like he's making a deal with the devil when he feigns civility around Miguel after his duplicitous ways. Dexter finds himself in a series of chess-like moves against his former friend, all while hoping that Miguel doesn't get the upper hand on him. Meanwhile, Dexter watches helplessly as Miguel draws Rita closer through a wonderful wedding gift. Debra, now back with Anton after his close call with the Skinner, wonders if her relationship with Anton is worth putting her career in jeopardy. After all, is it smart for everyone to know that she is dating a former confidential informant?

Season 4 Episode 10: Dexter finally believes he understands the beast known as Trinity. But when a ten-year old boy goes missing, Dexter is forced to question everything he's learned up to this point. It's a race against the clock. And with each step forward, Dexter has to confront the real possibility that he may have more in common with Trinity than he'd like to admit. Secrets abound — from Cody, who is forced to defend one of Dexter's lies, Masuka, who can't bring himself to confess what he witnessed at Thanksgiving, and Debra, whose recent discoveries force one of Miami's finest into making an impossible decision.

Season 5 Episode 10: Lt. Laguerta has decided to re-open the barrel girls murder case and assigns a reinstated Debra Morgan and Quinn to arrest Cole Harmon. Of course, they don't know that Dexter has already taken care of things. They do find that the men made videos of their attacks. Debra begins putting the pieces together and concludes there is a vigilante killer getting rid of the men who attacked and killed the women. From the blood in the small vial Jordan Chase wears around his neck, Dexter is able to track it to Emily Birch who, to his surprise, is still alive. She's not very cooperative however until Lumen visits her on her own. Emily identifies the fifth man as Alex Tilden and Dexter and Lumen make plans to eliminate him. They don't realize that someone has been watching them.

Season 6 Episode 10: Dexter tries to figure out the Doomsday Killers' next victim before it's too late; Debra has a strong reaction to a crime scene, which leads her to the realization that she leans too heavily on her brother.

Season 7 Episode 10: A surprise visit from Hannah's father puts Dexter on alert and the Phantom Arsonist's crimes become more gruesome. Defending Nadia's honor forces Quinn into a dangerous situation and LaGuerta brings in Matthews to help her with the Bay Harbor Butcher case.

Season 8 Episode 10: With Dr. Vogel's help, Dexter tries to lure the Brain Surgeon into a trap so he can get him on his table. Dexter witnesses a murder.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Happy Birthday, Michael C. Hall!


Today, our favorite Michael C. Hall turns 43! Born Michael Carlyle Hall on February 1, 1971 he is a North Carolina native and graduate of NYU's Master of Fine Arts program in acting. His most recent performance was on Broadway as the emcee in "Cabaret. On television, he starred for five seasons on Six Feet Under, playing the role of David Fisher, and for eight whole seasons, everyone's favorite serial killer Dexter. In a recent interview during Sundance he revealed that he wouldn't rule out a return to this role in a new spin-off series. Happy B-Day Michael!