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Amidst the oft-twisted morality of the characters on Showtime’s gripping CIA thriller Homeland (Sundays at 10 p.m. ET) is consummate boy scout (okay, U.S. Marine Captain) Mark Faber. In recent episodes, Faber (played with believable, familiar American folkiness by Canadian actor Diego Klattenhoff) emerges as the pure foil to former best friend and soldier-turned-terrorist-turned-triple-agent Nicholas Brody (Damien Lewis).
On a break from his tireless shooting schedule— did we mention he’s also in Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming, super-secretive science fiction film Pacific Rim?— the charming, witty Klattenhoff spoke to PARADE about playing the good guy, what to expect from the show’s season finale, and squaring off onscreen with Claire Danes: (CLICK LINK BELOW TO READ MORE)
Actor Sam Jones III was sentenced to one year behind bars for his role in a drug ring, but he was released from jail on Friday after serving only 10 months in prison.The 33-year-old actor entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to sell more than 10,000 pills of Oxycodone in December 2010 and was released on bail at the time. But, he was ordered to spend 366 days behind bars in June 2011 in California.Jones served his time at a low security compound in the Lompoc area for 10 months after federal officers wanted him to serve five years for his participation in the conspiracy to help a friend pay back a debt to the Mexican cartel. (CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO READ MORE)
Zap2it: Are you a fan of television’s previous “Beauty and the Beast” series that starred Linda Hamilton and Ron Perlman?
Kristin Kreuk: I actually didn’t see the show very much. I think I was a little too young, and also didn’t have a TV. I’ve seen bits and pieces of it, though, and I like the themes behind “Beauty and the Beast.” In the Disney version and the fairy tale, the message is really beautiful and human, and I think it’s important for us to tell that story.
After Kristin Kreuk left Smallville, fans who fell in love with her as Lana Lang were undoubtedly heartbroken. Luckily, Kreuk would soften the blow by returning to TV for a guest stint on Chuck the next year, before disappearing from primetime for another two years. Now, the Canadian beauty is back on the air—here to stay—in a starring role as the titular beauty of Beauty and the Beast. The show, which airs on Thursdays at 8 p.m. on The CW, follows Kreuk as Catherine Chandler, a no-nonsense NYC detective trying to uncover the truth about her mother’s murder with the help of a reclusive super soldier, Vincent Keller played by Jay Ryan, who’s in hiding after being injected with a faulty serum that turns him into a monstrous and titular beast. (CLICK BELOW TO READ MORE)
Remember when, as a kid, you ran by the back yard with a cape tied to your neck? Those had been the days of enjoyable and carefree play that marked childhood. Somewhere alongside the road, folks modified what enjoyable means, and if you happen to ran around in a ‘cape’ right this moment, well you might end up somewhere with white partitions as a substitute of green grass, unless, in fact, it is Halloween. Halloween is that in the future a year us adults get to decorate up like we did when we were youngsters, however the days of sheets around our necks are gone (well except you just like the sheet look). Today there are superhero costumes at actually inexpensive costs obtainable on-line or at your native costume shop. Here are the highest 7 superhero costumes for adults and youngsters alike.
Batman- Whether you put on the Sixties version or the Nineties version, this costume stands the take a look at of time. The updated version is, of course, sexier, however the older version has its benefits as effectively (it’s often cheaper, for one).
Spiderman – Hollywood has given us two versions of this costume with the release of Spiderman three. While the outfit was already recognized among Spiderman comic readers, the film has made the darker, extra evil, black Spiderman go well with standard. There are even children variations of this costume in both colors. (CLICK ON LINK BELOW TO READ MORE)
Justin Hartley is no stranger to Vancouver. In fact, he got to know it well after several years working on the CW’s Smallville, playing the Green Arrow before the CW made a whole show about the Green Arrow.
These days, Hartley is back on the north side of the border, but this time, it has nothing to do with arrows and fight scenes. He’s still saving lives — but in a more conventional way.
Hartley plays surgical intern Will Collins on the new CW medical comedy-drama Emily Owens M.D., which premieres tonight. And if you ask the actor, it was just the role he was looking to take. “I loved doing the drama [on Smallville], but I was looking for some comedy to do — something funny. But I didn’t want to get away from the drama, because I like the drama,” he says, adding that Emily Owens holds a perfect marriage of the two.(CLICK ON LINK TO READ MORE)