“You Georgia Techians are naughty,”
Amanda Schull’s (Katrina Bennett) response to the audience’s chuckles from her unknowing burn to Rick Hoffman (Louis Litt) in the Suits On Campus tour at Tech showcased exactly how entertaining and witty the interaction between the audience and the actor and actress was throughout the evening.
However, it was more than the hilarious commentary that won the hearts of the students inside Fox Theatre to see two of the main characters of USA Network’s Suits. It was the loose and liberal feeling inside the room, both when Hoffman apologized for possibly ruining the eyesights of the audience after his partially nude scene and when he sang “Greenback Boogie” by Ima Robot – the show’s theme song – with SympVibes that left the audience applauding the two madly after they left.
SYFY GREENLIGHTS TIME TRAVEL DRAMA “12 MONKEYS” TO SERIES WITH 12 EPISODE ORDER
ATLAS ENTERTAINMENT, PRODUCER OF THE ORIGINAL THEATRICAL FILM, IS PRODUCING WITH UNIVERSAL CABLE PRODUCTIONS
SERIES STARS AARON STANFORD, AMANDA SCHULL, NOAH BEAN AND KIRK ACEVEDO WITH NATALIE CHAIDEZ AS EXECUTIVE PRODUCER/SHOWRUNNER
NEW YORK – April 4, 2014 – Syfy is giving a series greenlight to 12 Monkeys, a drama based on the 1995 Universal Pictures film directed by Terry Gilliam, it was announced today by Syfy President, Dave Howe. Syfy is ordering 12 episodes in addition to the pilot which was filmed last year. The series is produced by Universal Cable Productions and Atlas Entertainment, producer of the original theatrical.
Said Dave Howe, “’12 Monkeys’ is a captivating time travel adventure and high stakes race against the clock. We are thrilled to add it to our slate of engaging and thought-provoking new scripted projects including the recently announced event series ‘Ascension’ and the second season renewal of ‘Helix’ from Ron Moore.”
12 Monkeys, starring Aaron Stanford (Nikita, X-Men: The Last Stand, X2), Amanda Schull (Suits, Pretty Little Liars), Noah Bean (Nikita, Damages) and Kirk Acevedo (Fringe), follows the journey of a time traveler (Stanford) from the post-apocalyptic future who appears in present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will eventually decimate the human race.
Atlas Entertainment’s Charles Roven (American Hustle, Man of Steel, The Dark Knight Trilogy) and Richard Suckle (American Hustle, The International), will Executive Produce. Roven produced the original film. Jake Kurily will serve as Atlas’s executive on the series. Terry Matalas & Travis Fickett (Nikita), writers of the pilot, will serve as Co-Executive Producers with Natalie Chaidez (In Plain Sight, V, Heroes) as Executive Producer/Showrunner. Jeffrey Reiner (Friday Night Lights) directed and served as Executive Producer on the pilot.
The drama is slated to premiere in January of 2015.
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“The Ballad of Piggy Duckworth” – When Dallas’s mother passes away, she recruits Tessa to take a trip to the South with her to attend the funeral. During the trip, Dallas confronts her rivalry with her sister and her feelings toward her mother. Meanwhile, George, Noah and Fred go on a grouper that results in a stalker for Fred, on “Suburgatory,” WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2 (8:30-9:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
“Suburgatory” stars Jeremy Sisto as George Altman, Jane Levy as Tessa Altman, Carly Chaikin as Dalia Royce, Allie Grant as Lisa Shay, Chris Parnell as Fred Shay, Ana Gasteyer as Sheila Shay and Cheryl Hines as Dallas Royce.
“The Ballad of Piggy Duckworth” guest stars include Alan Tudyk as Noah Werner, Bryson Barretto as Victor, Jenn Lyon as Georgia, Julia Duffy as Emmaline, Brett Rice as Hubba, Alexandria Deberry as Savannah, Deborah Baker, Jr. as Sunset-Laemmle, Amanda Schull as Linda, Dawn Michaels as Rochelle, Elizabeth Sandy as Tiffany, Chad Gall as EMT and Parker Young as Ryan Shay.
“The Ballad of Piggy Duckworth” was written by Brian Chamberlayne and directed by Stuart McDonald.
Read more at http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Scoop-SUBURGATORY-on-ABC-Wednesday-April-2-2014-20140317#5buwvwklCTRCokxb.99
Nikita co-star Aaron Stanford and Suits recurring player Amanda Schull have been cast as the leads of 12 Monkeys, Syfy’s drama pilot based on the 1995 Terry Gilliam movie starring Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt. Natalie Chaidez (In Plain Sight) has joined the project as executive producer/showrunner and Jeffrey Reiner (Helix) as director/executive producer. Produced by Universal Cable Prods. and the movie’s producer Atlas Entertainment, 12 Monkeys follows the journey of Cole (Stanford), a desperate and haunted time traveler from the post-apocalyptic near future who appears in present day on a mission to locate and eradicate the source of a deadly plague that will eventually decimate the human race. Schull, repped by Innovative Artists and Sweeney Entertainment, will play Cassandra Railly, a brilliant doctor who is forced to choose between her idyllic life or joining Cole’s mission to uncover the dangerous conspiracy. Terry Matalas and Travis Fickett wrote the script and co-executive produce. Atlas Entertainment’s Charles Roven and Richard Suckle executive produce. Filming is slated to begin in December in Detroit. Stanford is the second Nikita cast member to book a new project in light of the CW’s upcoming conclusion. Shane West was just set as the male lead on the WGN America series Salem.
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What can we expect from your character this season?
Katrina is a very strong woman. She’s not afraid to make enemies and butts heads with Mike (Ross, fellow associate) in particular. She’s very determined to make a name and place for herself at the firm. Unfortunately, some people don’t appreciate her place as much she does!
Everyone is always so impeccably dressed! What labels do you wear on the show?
The women who do the wardrobe (for Suits) are the best I’ve ever worked with. They know what looks right on which bodies and have all my outfit choices hanging on a rack when I walk into the room. One of the designers they like for my character is Burberry, and the look is always very form-fitting. One dress I wore was like a second skin – I could barely pull it off my body! I also wear a lot of Gucci and my shoes are from Alice and Olivia.
Did you pick up any style tips?
A designer label really makes a difference – the tailoring and quality is amazing compared to knock-offs and bargains. Everything is so sleek. But the ultimate tip I use into my own life is that tailoring a piece can turn a decent outfit into an extraordinary one. On Suits, they tailor every single piece impeccably. If you spend a little bit of money to make that pencil skirt just a little more snug and a little bit higher, it will elongate your body and make a world of difference.