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New Mentalist Season 7,Episode 7 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The Mentalist" episode 7 of season 7. The episode is entitled, "Little Yellow House," and it turns out that we'll see Teresa get personally invested in her latest case as her brother is brought on to be a key witness to a murder, and more! In the new, 7th episode press release: A murder investigation is going to become personal for Lisbon when her brother is the key witness. Press release number 2: A murder investigation will become personal for Lisbon when she learns that her underachieving younger brother, Jimmy, is being sought as a key witness. Rob Belushi and Derek Phillips guest star as Jimmy and Stan, Lisbon's brothers. Guest stars feature: Robert Belushi (Jimmy Lisbon), Derek Phillips (Stan Lisbon), Milissa Sears (Karen Lisbon), Tom Gallop (Charlie McInnis), Jeremy Ratchford (George Holiday), Michael Cory Davis (Benjamin Bennett), Janelle Marra
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Not Safe For Work Safe for DVD in April

Word has come today that Joe Johnston's Not Safe for Work is going to be headed straight to video come this April. Read on for details and of course the artwork, which incidentally is completely safe for work.

Look for it in stores on April 15th.

For the film Johnston reteamed with his Captain America star Jj Feild (Neil Marshall's Centurion) along with Tom Gallop (The Bourne Identity) and Emmy winner Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami"). Max Minghella (The Social Network) stars as the cunning protagonist, while Eloise Mumford (ABC's "The River") plays his girlfriend, who works at the same office along with Clemenson.

Horror favorites Adam Mason and Simon Boyes (Blood River, The Devil's Chair) wrote the script, which follows an unsuspecting office worker, Tom Miller (Max Minghella), who becomes trapped in his office building with a demented killer (Jj Feild). As Tom rushes to protect those employees working late,
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Jason Blum Sets the Record Straight on Not Safe for Work

Yesterday we told you that Joe Johnston's Not Safe for Work was going to be headed straight to video. The news came from an interview the La Times did with producer Jason Blum that made things sound kind of grim. Apparently that's not the case at all.

The original comment was as follows: "Some of my movies work, and some of them don't," Blum said. "I want to be able to say to the studio, 'We missed; let's go to VOD.'"

Bloody Disgusting got in touch with Blum, who clarified his remarks. He wasn’t addressing the quality of any film in particular, just whether one of his movies would work as a wide release. Moreover, in the above quote he was talking about his model and preference of options rather than directly addressing any specific movie or the quality of the film. And, for the record, he “thinks it's great.
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Not Safe for Work Not Safe for Theatrical Run

It's been a long time since we heard anything regarding Joe Johnston's new flick for Universal, Not Safe for Work, but finally there's a little bit of news. It's not great news, but at least it's something. Read on for details.

In a recent interview with the L.A. Times regarding The Purge, producer Jason Blum mentioned that the film will in fact bypass theaters and instead debut on video-on-demand platforms at some unspecified date. "Some of my movies work, and some of them don't," Blum said. "I want to be able to say to the studio, 'We missed; let's go to VOD.'"

For the film Johnston reteamed with his Captain America star Jj Feild (Neil Marshall's Centurion) along with Tom Gallop (The Bourne Identity) and Emmy winner Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami"). Max Minghella (The Social Network) stars as the cunning protagonist, while Eloise Mumford (ABC's "The River") plays his girlfriend,
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Casting: Host, Bigelow, Work, Woman

The Host

Frances Fisher ("Titanic," "The Lincoln Lawyer") will star in Andrew Niccol's sci-fi feature "The Host" based on the book by "Twilight" author Stephenie Meyer.

Diane Kruger, Saoirse Ronan, Jake Abel and William Hurt star in the story of a few human survivors of a parasitic alien species called the Souls which have plagued Earth. [Source: Deadline]

Untitled Bigelow bin Laden Film

Lebanese actor Fares Fares ("Sage House," Snabba Cash") has been cast in Kathryn Bigelow's forthcoming film about Navy Seal Team Six’s take-down of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden for Annapurna Pictures.

It is not known what role Fares will play, though he is said to be "a good guy." [Source: Risky Biz Blog]

Not Safe for Work

Jj Feild ("Centurion"), Tom Gallop ("The Bourne Identity") and Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami") have joined the cast of the low-budget thriller "Not Safe for Work" at Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions.

The story
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Three More Actors Are Not Safe for Work - Jj Feild, Tom Gallop, and Christian Clemenson

Another three actors have jumped aboard Joe Johnston's new flick for Universal, Not Safe for Work, and we've got all the latest details for you right here on tap. Dig it!

According to Variety, Johnston is reteaming with his Captain America star Jj Feild (Neil Marshall's Centurion), who has been cast in Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Prods.' low-budget thriller Not Safe For Work along with Tom Gallop (The Bourne Identity) and Emmy winner Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami").

Horror favorites Adam Mason and Simon Boyes ((Blood River, The Devil's Chair) wrote the script, which follows a young paralegal trapped in an office with a killer on a secret mission to destroy files and anyone that stands in his path.

Max Minghella (The Social Network) will star as the cunning protagonist, while Eloise Mumford (ABC's "The River") will play his girlfriend, who works at the same office along with Clemenson.
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Joe Johnston Finds 'Nsfw' Trio

Joe Johnston Finds 'Nsfw' Trio
Variety reports that director Joe Johnston is reteaming with his Captain America thesp Jj Feild (who also starred in Neil Marshall's Centurion), who has been cast in Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Prods.' low-budget thriller Not Safe For Work along with Tom Gallop (The Bourne Identity) and Emmy winner Christian Clemenson ("CSI: Miami"). Brit scribes Adam Mason and Simon Boyes (Blood River, The Devil's Chair) wrote the script, which follows a young paralegal trapped in an office with a killer on a secret mission to destroy files and anyone that stands in his path. As previously reported, Max Minghella (The Social Network) will star as the cunning protag, while Eloise Mumford (ABC's "The River") will play his girlfriend, who works at the same office along with Clemenson. Jason Blum (Insidious, Paranormal Activity) is producing the pic, which will be exec produced by Couper Samuelson. Bryan Brucks is set to co-produce.
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Joe Johnston's Not Safe For Work Adds Captain America Actor Jj Feild

One of the best superhero flicks last summer was Joe Johnston's Captain America. And while Chris Evans's Steve Rogers is busy going big in Joss Whedon's Avengers, Johnston decided to take the opposite approach with his next project. The director's followup to the First Avenger will be a small actioner called Not Safe For Work and he just recruited one of his Howling Commandos, J.J. Feild, to join the film. Variety reports that Feild as well as Christian Clemenson and Tom Gallop were cast in Johnston's Not Safe For Work. And before anyone plays Mr./Mrs. Smart, I'm aware that Feild's character, James Montgomery Falsworth, is the original Union Jack and technically part of the Invaders but he was lumped into the Commandos for Johnston's adaptation of Captain America. And if you missed the comic book flick, you may have seen the actor with Michael Fassbender in
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J.J. Feild, Tom Gallop and Christian Clemenson Join Joe Johnston’s Not Safe For Work; Frances Fisher Joins Adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s The Host

Director Joe Johnston (Captain America: The First Avenger) has started to fill the roles of his upcoming, modestly budgeted project, Not Safe for Work. He didn't have to look much further than Captain America co-star, J.J. Feilds for one of the roles. Joining Feilds in the thriller, written by Adam Mason and Simon Boyes, will be Tom Gallop (The Bourne Ultimatum) and Emmy-winner Christian Clemenson (Boston Legal). The trio joins Max Minghella (The Social Network) who plays a young paralegal trapped at work with a killer on the loose in his office. Eloise Mumford (The River) will also star as Minghella's girlfriend and coworker. In other casting news, there has been a new addition to the adaptation of Twilight author Stephenie Meyer's The Host. Hit the jump to see who's on board. Variety reported on the casting additions for Not Safe for Work, a Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions project.
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NCIS Review: Can Diane Be All Bad?

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"We pronounce it Gibbs." - Tony

After a number of installments centered around the NCIS team members, last night we were treated to an episode based entirely around the man himself, Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Or Leroy, as some might call him.

Maybe that's just what the show needed, a Gibbs episode to right the ship. I've enjoyed this season for the most part, but Mark Harmon truly anchored this week, reminding us why he's TV's #1 leading man.

Watching him navigate the dysfunctional family reunion of sorts that the case - with FBI Agent Fornell (Joe Spano) and their mutual ex Diane (Melinda McGraw) along for the ride - was funny, tense and real.

It was excellent from beginning to end, but the most moving, unexpected and emotionally loaded scene in "Devil's Triangle" was its very last. Gibbs was Diane's "Shannon," the one love she'll never replace.

He only "liked" her a lot,
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Burn Notice: Michael and Fiona are the Better Halves

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As Agent Pearce’s investigation closes in on Michael, he and Fiona are assigned a mission in the resort town of Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela, to extract a biological weapons expert initially known only as Cheshire. Meanwhile, Sam and Jesse wrangle a meeting with Pavel Stigler, who loaned money to Tavian Korzha (Andrew Howard), the man who framed Michael for Max’s murder.

In most episodes of Burn Notice, Michael applies his espionage training to various situations one might not associate with the world of espionage. “Better Halves,” on the other hand, felt like a full-fledged spy mission, at least one you might find in a spy novel or movie, like True Lies or Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

Michael and Fiona had to pick Cheshire from four couples who checked in to the hotel the same day. They ultimately identified Kevin and Nicki Skylar (Tom Gallop, Charisma Carpenter). Kevin was
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Charisma Carpenter Teases a Sexy, Satisfying Burn Notice, Bites Into Today's Vampire Craze

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Charisma Carpenter Teases a Sexy, Satisfying Burn Notice, Bites Into Today's Vampire Craze
This Thursday on Burn Notice (USA Network, 9/8c), in order to nab a bio-weapons specialist who’s doing the Russians’ bidding, Michael and Fiona go undercover as rich marrieds at a South American resort. There, they target their asset’s beautiful and emotionally vulnerable wife, played by Charisma Carpenter. The Whedonverse alumna spoke with TVLine about how this episode will be super-satisfying for fans, shared tales from its “hardcore” set, and offered her qualified take on pop culture’s new vampire craze.

Tvline | So, what are you playing here on Burn Notice – the wife of some nefarious type or something?
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Hot Charisma Boost in Burn Notice

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Charisma Carptenter’s guest appearance on Burn Notice is fast approaching. Her episode is airing Sept. 1, and TVLine posted a photo of Carpenter in character. She plays Nicki, the wife of a physicist (Tom Gallop) who she discovers is working for the Russians. As you can tell from the expression on her face in the photo, she is not happy. “Basically, I hate my husband now because our lives are run by the Russians — he doesn’t want to spend any money or do anything — and that makes for an unhappy trophy wife, which is a bad combination,” said Carpenter on her character.

Charisma Carpenter and Jared PadaleckiSupernatural Season 7 Cheese

This is just the kind of job for Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) and Michael (Jeffrey Donovan). The two of them will attempt to use the couple’s marital problems to coax Nicki in to giving up her husband. That requires
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First Look: Charisma Carpenter on Burn Notice

First Look: Charisma Carpenter on Burn Notice
Is too much Charisma a bad thing?

I was set to share with you last week a photo of Whedonverse alumna Charisma Carpenter guest-starring on Burn Notice, but then a certain Supernatural event occurred. So, in the interest of “breathing room,” TVLine presents it to you now.

In the Sept. 1 episode of the USA Network spy drama (airing Thursdays at 9/8c), Carpenter plays Nicki, the wife of a brilliant physicist (The Bourne Supremacy‘s Tom Gallop) who is now doing the Russians’ bidding. With that alliance comes strict rules to live by, and his hottie honey doesn’t cotton to that much.
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