heroes_faves - This is a challenge to create fanwork (fic or art) with an emphasis on Missing Scenes from Heroes.
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An international trailer for the romantic comedy What's Your Number? has come online and can be watched using the player below. Coming to theaters on September 30, the 20th Century Fox film stars Anna Faris, Chris Evans, Dave Annable, Ari Graynor, Andy Samberg, Zachary Quinto, Joel McHale, Ed Begley Jr., Martin Freeman and Thomas Lennon.
What's Your Number? centers on a woman (Faris) who treks through her sexual past to find Mr. Right, exploring the idea of sexual quotas and whether such numbers matter. It is based on Karyn Bosnak's book.
Marvel Television announced today the casting of two former Heroes actors for their two new anime series Iron Man and Wolverine. Adrian Pasdar, who starred as Nathan Petrelli, a human with superhuman powers on the NBC drama Heroes, will voice the character Tony Stark in Iron Man, an all-new series which sees Stark travel to Japan and battle the evil Zodiac Organization. Milo Ventimiglia, who played Pasdar’s super-powered on-screen brother on Heroes, will voice the title role in Wolverine, as Logan claws his way through Japan’s criminal underworld.
Iron Man and Wolverine will air on the G4 cable network later this year, along with the Blade and X-Men anime series.
Jeph Loeb, Marvel’s Head of Television, make the casting announcement today during WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, CA.
It's official: Just one year after 24 ended, Kiefer Sutherland is plotting his return to TV.
Sutherland has signed on to star in the Fox drama pilot Touch, in which he will play a man who discovers that his autistic son can predict the future. Word of Sutherland's interest in the pilot, written by Heroes creator Tim Kring, first emerged last week. But there was a big snag: Sutherland's Broadway commitment — the actor currently stars on stage in the play That Championship Season — threatened to derail any immediate TV possibility.
But the 24 star knows a thing or two about time management. (This is a guy who managed to schedule jail time during a 24 hiatus, after all.) Insiders say that Fox and producer 20th Century Fox TV have agreed to figure out how to accommodate Sutherland's Broadway schedule should Touch be picked up to series.
No one expected Sutherland to return to TV so quickly, having spent eight seasons as Jack Bauer on 24, a role he may still eventually reprise on the big screen. At least one Fox insider called Touch one of the best scripts he's read all year — a sentiment expressed by others outside of Fox, as well. Sutherland was likely drawn to that, and the fact that former News Corp. boss Peter Chernin is an executive producer on the show.
Sutherland represents one of several high-profile TV veterans looking to make a return to the small screen this pilot season, a list that also includes Sarah Michelle Gellar and Tim Allen.