Amanda Schull, Milo Ventimiglia, Shawn Ashmore, Bridget Regan and Jonathan Frakes are set to star in Mednick Productions’ suspense thriller “Devil’s Gate,” the company announced today.
Clay Staub will direct from a script he co-wrote with Peter Aperlo (“The Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole”).
Set in the small town of Devil’s Gate, North Dakota, the film examines the disappearance of a local woman (Regan) and her young son. Schull plays an FBI agent who helps the local sheriff (Frakes) search for answers. Partnering with a deputy (Ashmore), they track down the missing woman’s husband (Ventimiglia) and find that nothing is as it seems.
The Amanda Schull [dot] Net Gallery is updated with the last two weeks of 12 Monkeys.
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 111 “Shonin”
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 112 “Paradox”
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 109 “Tomorrow”
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 110 “Divine Move”
The first season, which is still airing, was run by Natalie Chaidez who has her own series for Syfy, the upcoming Hunters from Universal Cable Prods and Gale Anne Hurd’s Valhalla Productions. She is segueing to that, with Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett, who wrote the 12 Monkeys adaptation and served as co-executive producers on Season 1, named executive producers and showrunners. They are expected to bring in a strong No.2.
Atlas Entertainment’s Richard Suckle and the film’s producer Charles Roven will continue to executive produce with Atlas’ Jake Kurily producing for UCP.
12 Monkeys got off to a modest start in Live+same day rating with 1.35 million viewers for its January premiere but has been a DVR powerhouse, setting Live+3 lift records for Syfy (Its average L3 lift to date is 104%). The series’ Live+SD ratings also have been inching up after an initial drop, with the most recent episode on March 6 posting 1.5 million viewers, a 6% increase over the prior four weeks.
We’ve added the last 3 episodes of 12 Monkeys to the Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery.
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 106 “The Red Forest”
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 107 “The Keys”
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 108 Yesterday”
Before your show premiered, people only knew the film version of 12 Monkeys – did the movie or Madeleine Stowe’s portrayal of Dr. Railly influence your performance?
“No, actually. I chose not to re-watch it before we shot the pilot, so I was just basing my character on who the writers and the creators had developed, and then my thoughts about it, and who she was and where we wanted her to go.
“Because while we have a lot of similarities in the initial pilot episode, the character is not the same person. Her relationships aren’t the same, her career is not the same and her life is not the same. There are some similarities with the story itself, but as far as my character goes, she’s quite dissimilar to the one in the original film.
“Where [the producers] wanted her to go – we have 13 episodes, whereas Madeleine only had 90 minutes and so we have the luxury of knowing where we go from A-Z and I have all of these letters in between that I need to fulfil and justify. If I were basing my character on someone that doesn’t have those experiences, it would be a totally random and weird thing.”
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This week episode of 12 Monkeys are added to the gallery at Amanda Schull Dot Net.
Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 105 “The Night Room”
New screencaps in the Amanda Schull dot Net Gallery from 12 Monkeys.
Amanda Schull Dot Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 104 “Atari”
I have updated the Amanda Schull Dot Net Gallery with caps from the last two episodes of 12 Monkeys.
Amanda Schull Dot Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 102 “Mentally Divergent”
Amanda Schull Dot Gallery > 12 Monkeys > 103 “Cassandra Complex”