Marcy Harriell - News Poster

News

Diy Cosplay Series: Learn How To Dress Like a DC Hero

Chris Longo Oct 5, 2018

Just in time for New York Comic Con, there's a DC-themed Diy series from Bluprint.

With New York Comic Con underway, we’ve featured some of the best cosplayers we can find inside the Javits Center. Not everyone is a cosplay pro, though. If you want to get into the world of cosplay but don’t know where to begin, Bluprint, NBCU’s lifestyle learning streaming service, is rolling out a Diy cosplay series in partnership with DC and Warner Bros.

The series is called Suit Up and helps fans honor DC’s iconic heroes with easy-to-make costumes that work for your next con or Halloween. Maybe you have actual superpowers and need a disguise, or you want to spice things up and roleplay as a heroic hottie. The possibilities are endless!

Suit Up is hosted by Marcy Harriell, a sewist, film, television and Broadway actress. In each episode,
See full article at Den of Geek »

NBCU Relaunches Craftsy Network as Bluprint, a How-To Subscription-Video Service

  • Variety
NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment is rebranding its Craftsy learning video network as “Bluprint,” a subscription VOD service expanding beyond crafting how-tos to multiple lifestyle categories.

NBCU acquired a majority stake in Craftsy in May 2017. Now the Craftsy Unlimited service is becoming Bluprint, with an expanded content lineup of 3,000-plus hours of instructional videos, priced starting at $15 per month. (Craftsy.com will still exist for a la carte classes.)

Bluprint — in addition to how-to videos in areas including music, writing, dance, yoga, fitness, home décor, entertaining, and kids and family — will produce original entertainment series. Talent to be featured on the rebranded streaming service include: Padma Lakshmi (Bravo’s “Top Chef”), Al Roker (“Today” show), Simon Doonan (Barneys New York creative ambassador), Stephen “tWitch” Boss (dancer-choreographer who is a regular on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”), body-positive yogi Jessamyn Stanley, and Broadway actress Marcy Harriell.

Existing Craftsy and Craftsy Unlimited members will still
See full article at Variety »

How Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Oscar-Nominated Moana Track Evolved into Disney’s Most Unique Ballad

How Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Oscar-Nominated Moana Track Evolved into Disney’s Most Unique Ballad
In musical theater, it’s called the “I Want” song.

Typically a ballad found within a musical’s first few scenes, the tune is an opportunity for composers to put into words the leading character’s desires and motivations so that the audience can have a clear sense of where the story is going.

Lin-Manuel Miranda is well-versed in the phrase, having written the scores to In the Heights, Hamilton and Disney’s Oscar-nominated animated musical Moana — for which its “I Want” song, “How Far I’ll Go,” is nominated for Best Original Song.

Disney has a long cannon of
See full article at PEOPLE.com »

New Elementary Season 3,Episode 20 Official Spoilers,Description Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Elementary" episode 20 of season 3. The episode is entitled, "A Stitch In Time," and it turns out that we're going to see some pretty interesting and intense stuff as Sherlock and Watson investigate the murder of a professional skeptic and the case escalates into a potential threat against Homeland, and more! In the new, 20th episode press release: Holmes And Watson's Investigation Into A Homicide Leads Them To A Potential Threat To Homeland Security. Press release number 2: Holmes and Watson will investigate the murder of a professional skeptic, a man who debunked paranormal, religious and scientific phenomenon for a living. The case is going to become urgent when his homicide reveals a potential threat to homeland security. Also, Captain Gregson's daughter and fellow NYPD officer, Hannah (Liza J. Bennett), will ask Watson for help with one of her cases.
See full article at OnTheFlix »

Nurse Jackie: Adam Ferrara Joins Season 5

TVLine is reporting that Nurse Jackie will be welcoming one of the unlikeliest of guest stars - the love interest for Jackie.

Adam Ferrara (Rescue Me) has signed on to appear on the fifth season of the Emmy-nominated Showtime dramedy as a NYPD officer that makes a connection with Jackie. The role will be recurring through the season, though details about the character and the first meeting with the caustic nurse have yet to be released.

This could be a great sign for Jackie's battle with her addiction. If she's feeling comfortable enough to think about dating again after Kevin, she must be in a fairly good head space, particularly since her suitor is a man in blue. For the first three seasons of Nurse Jackie, Jackie was very much a risk taker, submerged in her addition and willing to do whatever to keep her web of lies safe. However,
See full article at TVovermind.com »

Nurse Jackie: Morris Chestnut Joins Season 5

Deadline is reporting that Nurse Jackie will be adding two more to the team at All Saints, as Morris Chestnut and Marcy Harriell have signed on to the Showtime dramedy for upcoming roles. Chestnut is set for a season-long arc as Dr. Ike Prentiss, a former Army medic turned trauma doctor lacking in bedside manner, while Harriell will be playing Marta Rodriguez, a new nurse trying to support her three children.

They join recently announced guest star Betty Gilpin in helping to fill out the fifth season of Nurse Jackie and first under new showrunner Clyde Phillips. The three will have to figure out a way to integrate themselves into the world of All Saints without ruffling too many feathers or drawing too much attention to themselves, which could be difficult in such close quarters and with such a close group. At the end of the fourth season, the floor
See full article at TVovermind.com »

'V' star Morris Chestnut joins 'Nurse Jackie'

'V' star Morris Chestnut joins 'Nurse Jackie'
Morris Chestnut has joined the cast of Nurse Jackie. The V actor will appear in the fifth season of Showtime's dark comedy, according to Deadline. Chestnut will play trauma doctor Ike Prentiss, a former Army medic who learns about beside care from Jackie (Edie Falco). The 43-year-old actor is known for appearing in such films as 1991's Boyz n the Hood, 1999's The Best Man and 2002's Like Mike. He recently played a recurring role in the first season of FX's American Horror Story. Nurse Jackie has also cast Marcy Harriell (more)
See full article at Digital Spy - Movie News »

Morris Chestnut Joins Cast of Nurse Jackie Season 5

  • TVfanatic
Morris Chestnut will be scrubbing in to Nurse Jackie Season 5.

According to Deadline, the actor (V, American Horror Story) has signed on for a multi-episode arc in which he'll portray Dr. Ike Prentiss, a new trauma doctor and former Army medic who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Look for the character to be in need of some serious bedside manners.

The site also confirms that stage actress Marcy Harriell has been cast as a new nurse on the Showtime drama, a mother of three who takes as many shifts as she can in order to support her children.

Nurse Jackie Season 5 will premiere in the spring of 2013.
See full article at TVfanatic »

Morris Chestnut Joins ‘Nurse Jackie’

Morris Chestnut Joins ‘Nurse Jackie’
Exclusive: In the biggest new addition to the cast of Nurse Jackie, Morris Chestnut (V) is set for a season-long arc on the Showtime comedy. Also joining the cast as a recurring guest star next season is stage actress Marcy Harriell. Chestnut will play Ike Prentiss, a new trauma doctor, a former Army medic who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is very good at his job but can learn a lot from Jackie (Edie Falco) about bedside care. Harriell will play Marta Rodriguez, a new nurse on the floor — a mother of three who takes extra shifts whenever she can. Chestnut, repped by Gersh and Klwgn, is coming off a major arc on FX’s American Horror Story. He was recently seen in Screen GemsThink Like A Man and is completing three studio movies back to back: Fox Searchlight’s Kick Ass 2, Universal’s Identity Thief and Sony’s The Hive.
See full article at Deadline TV »

Stage Tube: Harriel Sings 'It Won't Be Long Now' from Heights

Now in its third year at Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre In The Heights stars Corbin Bleu, Andréa Burns, Janet Dacal, David Del Rio, Marcy Harriell, Christopher Jackson, Priscilla Lopez, Olga Merediz, Rick Négron, Courtney Reed and William B. Wingfield leading a cast of 28 that features Tony Chiroldes, Dwayne Clark, Rosie Lani Fiedelman, Ruben Flores, Marcus Paul James, Nina Lafarga, Jennifer Locke, Doreen Montalvo, Gabrielle Ruiz, Luis Salgado, Kevin Santos, Rickey Tripp, Michael Balderrama, Blanca Camacho, Stephanie Klemons, Allison Thomas Lee, Alejandra Reyes, Jon Rua and Marcos Santana.
See full article at BroadwayWorld.com »

See also

Credited With |  External Sites


Recently Viewed