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James Cameron collaborator to direct Oz thriller

One of James Cameron.s Aussie collaborators is to make his directing debut on supernatural thriller Nulla, the debut feature from Red Rock Pictures. producer-writer Gary O.Toole.

Simon Christidis Acs was the lead underwater camera operator on Deep Sea Challenge 3D and underwater cinematographer on Sanctum.

Among his other credits he was underwater Dop on Angelina Jolie.s Unbroken and Jonathan M Shiff.s H2O: Just Add Water and second unit Dop on Kimble Rendall.s Bait.

Black Sails. Rupert Penry-Jones is attached to play the lead, a British soldier and Iraq veteran who sets out to drive from Melbourne to Perth with a buddy, a fellow soldier.

En route there.s a horrific accident. The producer is in talks with an internationally recognized Australian actor to play the co-lead.

Penry-Jones .credits include Silk, Spooks, Whitechapel and the features A Little Chaos, Match Point and Charlotte Gray.

O.Toole said of Christidis,
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Television that Home Video Forgot: The Secret Circle (2011)

The Secret Circle

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Developed by Andrew Miller

Based on The Secret Circle novel by L.J. Smith

Produced by Outerbanks Entertainment, Alloy Entertainment, CBS Television Studios, Warner Bros. Television

Aired on The CW for 1 season (22 episodes) from September 15, 2011 – May 10, 2012

Cast

Britt Robertson as Cassie Blake

Thomas Dekker as Adam Conant

Phoebe Tonkin as Faye Chamberlain

Shelly Hennig as Diane Meade

Jessica Parker Kennedy as Melissa Glaser

Louis Hunter as Nick Armstrong

Chris Zylka as Jake Armstrong

Show Premise

After the untimely demise of her mother, Cassie Blake decides to move to her parents’ hometown, Chance Harbor, to live with her estranged grandmother. There she hopes to learn about her roots and solve the mystery of why her mother ran away from the town in the first place. After meeting the townspeople, she quickly learns that she is a hereditary member of a community of witches. As it so happens,
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Netflix nabs ABC titles

Netflix has secured exclusive streaming rights to Chris Lilley.s Jonah from Tonga and the drama series Serangoon Road for its Australian and New Zealand service which launches March 28.

In a deal signed with ABC Commercial, Netflix gets non-exclusive rights to a slew of other ABC shows including Rake, Redfern Now, Upper Middle Bogan, The Time of Our Lives, Janet King, Jack Irish, Crownies and Australia: The Time Traveller's Guide.

The deal also covers Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries (Australia only), Lilley.s Ja.mie: Private School Girl, Summer Heights High and We Can Be Heroes and kids shows Angelina Ballerina, Barney, Bob The Builder, Sesame Street, The Wiggles and Thomas the Tank Engine.

Last December SVoD rival Stan announced a non-exclusive deal with ABC Commercial encompassing the same content.

Netflix has also nabbed exclusive SVoD rights to British dramas Broadchurch and The Tunnel from Roadshow Entertainment, and the rights to Roadshow.s extensive library.
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'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Adds Key 'Inhumans' Character

'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Adds Key 'Inhumans' Character
The cast of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. just got a little more Inhuman with the addition of Luke Mitchell! Luke Mitchell will make his debut this season as a charismatic Inhuman named Lincoln, who has an important role to play in Skye understanding the true extent of her transformation. Here's what executive producer and Marvel's Head of Television Jeph Loeb had to say about the character in a statement.

"With the revelations surrounding Skye's true identity in the Winter Finale, we knew we'd be introducing more Inhumans as our story progressed. The charming energy Luke brings to the role that will make him a character to watch as we continue our season."

Known to American fans for his role as John Young in The Tomorrow People, Mitchell previously had roles on Home and Away, H2O: Just Add Water and Neighbours in his native Australia.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is Executive
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‘Agents of Shield’ Casts ‘Tomorrow People’s’ Luke Mitchell in Pivotal Role

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‘Agents of Shield’ Casts ‘Tomorrow People’s’ Luke Mitchell in Pivotal Role
“Marvel’s Agents of Shield” is bringing in a new Inhuman character with a big influence on Skye’s (Chloe Bennet) impending transformation. Luke Mitchell will play Lincoln, according to Marvel. He’s described as a charismatic Inhuman who will have an important role to play in Skye’s understanding of the true extent of her transformation. Also Read: Edward James Olmos Joins ABC’s ‘Marvel’s Agents of Shield’ Mitchell last starred on The CW’s short-lived futuristic drama “The Tomorrow People.” Previously, he starred on several well-known Australian series, including “Home and Away,” “H2O: Just Add Water” and “Neighbours.
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From Vampire To Superhero? Is Claire Holt Supergirl?

Whilst Marvel might have the monopoly on the superhero movie, DC are well out in front when it comes to television series’. Both Flash and Arrow have produced great viewing figures for CW, and even Gotham, which is over at Fox, has had a more interesting first half-series than that of Agents of Shield. Not wanting to miss out on the action CBS are hard at work on bringing the next DC character, Supergirl, to the small screen.

There was of course an ill-advised film of Supergirl released in 1984 which saw Helen Slater don the tights and cape. The now departed Smallville also featured the character of Kara wherein the role was played by Laura Vandervoort. But who will play the flying female this time around? The new production is currently in its test-shoot phase with one actress in particular getting a lot of attention, step forwards Claire Holt.

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ABC’s Members Only Casts Tomorrow People’s Luke Mitchell

A couple days ago we reported that The Tomorrow People‘s Robbie Amell had found a new home on the CW’s high anticipated fall series, The Flash, and now another former Tomorrow People star has also moved on – even if fans have not. Luke Mitchell, who played John Young on the short-lived CW supernatural drama, has just been cast in ABC’s mid-season drama series, Members Only.

The new show, formerly titled The Club, will center around a private country club. Mitchell will play Jesse, a character from the wrong side of the tracks who was recently employed at the club and although he’ll appears to be a little rough around the edges, he actually has his life together.

Along with Mitchell, Members Only stars Betsy Brandt (Breaking Bad), Boris Kodjoe (Undercovers), Callie Hernandez (From Dusk Till Dawn), Chris Conroy, and newly cast Jaime Lee Kirchner (Mercy). Kirchner
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Splash Turns 30: 8 Memorable Mermaids from Pop Culture

Tom Hanks recently amazed audiences in the Academy Award-nominated Captain Phillips, and it was 30 years ago that the actor's first major movie set sail. Splash hit the big screen on March 9, 1984. Starring Hanks and Daryl Hannah, this fishy romantic comedy tells the tale of a man who meets an enchanting mermaid named Madison during his childhood. Years later, Madison (Hannah) seeks out Hanks's character, Allen, on the mean and dry streets of NYC. Allen falls for Madison and they become entangled in a series of adorable misunderstandings. If you thought relationships were hard, try dating a woman who is fluent
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‘The Originals’ Recap: A ‘Sinister’ New Enemy Is Unearthed In New Orleans

The Originals’ finally returned Jan. 14, and just as you’d expect, it did not come quietly.

I think I speak for everyone when I say: All hail Davina (Danielle Campbell)! The most powerful — not to mention adorable — spell caster in New Orleans was public enemy No. 1 on the Jan. 14 episode of The Originals, as literally every supernatural faction fought to track her down. Unfortunately, everyone wanted her for a totally different reason, and no backs went unstabbed.

‘Haylijah’ On Hold?

The first betrayal came courtesy of Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin), who was forced to sell out Elijah (Daniel Gillies) by tracking down the body of Celeste DuBois, a witch he promised to keep hidden. It was a nasty little plan concocted by Sophie (Daniella Pineda), who explained that her bloodline executed the curse on Hayley’s family.

Long story short, Celeste is not someone to be trifled with — dead or alive
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‘Revenge’ Recap: Emily Suffers More Heartbreak In The Hamptons

Emily’s luck just got a whole lot worse.

First, Daniel (Joshua Bowman) shot Emily (Emily VanCamp) and ruined her entire revenge plan; then, Emily lost and regained her memories all in one day; and on the Jan. 12 episode of Revenge, Emily had to do battle with the Graysons in the worst place ever — the Grayson Manor!

At the beginning of the episode, Emily was still stuck at the hospital and feeling down, but a little visit from Nolan (Gabriel Mann) in a candy striper outfit put a smile on her face. You guys, Nolan’s just the best. He tried to find out when Emily would be fighting back against the Graysons, but unfortunately, Emily was not having it. She didn’t want to take part in anymore revenge; she just wanted out of the Hamptons, which is understandable — but Emily didn’t stay that way for long!

In
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Amazon's Black Friday 2013 Blu-ray and DVD Deals: Sunday, November 24

Update! Get all of today's deals right here! Amazon's week long deals for 2013 Black Friday and Cyber Monday started today and I have the schedule of deals for Sunday, November 24 directly below and will be updating throughout the week. As of now I have a few deals outside the scheduled events you may be interested in, but other than that pay attention to the deal start times so you don't miss out. Today's deals include a great price on the complete "Sex and the City" and "The Wire" collections, Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove, Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas on Blu-ray and the Godzilla collection seems particularly intriguing at the end of the day. Outside of what's below you can find the current upcoming scheduled deals for the week right here, which I will be updating as more titles and deals are announced. Otherwise, start shopping. Right Now! The Brady Bunch
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Amazon's Black Friday 2013 Blu-ray and DVD Deals: Sunday, November 24

Amazon's week long deals for 2013 Black Friday and Cyber Monday started today and I have the schedule of deals for Sunday, November 24 directly below and will be updating throughout the week. As of now I have a few deals outside the scheduled events you may be interested in, but other than that pay attention to the deal start times so you don't miss out. Today's deals include a great price on the complete "Sex and the City" and "The Wire" collections, Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove, Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas on Blu-ray and the Godzilla collection seems particularly intriguing at the end of the day. Outside of what's below you can find the current upcoming scheduled deals for the week right here, which I will be updating as more titles and deals are announced. Otherwise, start shopping. Right Now! The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy Blu-ray
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'The Tomorrow People': A Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell love triangle

Zap2it: How do you describe "The Tomorrow People" superior creatures?

Luke Mitchell: They are not dressed in capes. They are regular people living underground. They do a lot of hiding.

Zap2it: You were in "H2O: Just Add Water," an Australian series, which is also a cult favorite around the world. What was that like?

Luke Mitchell: That was a lot of fun. It was very popular. I was in Season 3, and it was a cool concept. It clinched that I love this and want to do it, and if I can get paid for it, even better.

Zap2it: You were working in Australia. Why make the huge move?

Luke Mitchell: I wanted to go to Hollywood because that's where the opportunities for me are. Enjoying what I do is a big part of it.

Zap2it: What was your training?

Luke Mitchell: It was stage-type training.
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'The Tomorrow People': Robbie Amell, Luke Mitchell in 'X-Men' meets 'The Matrix'

As if high school weren't tough enough, Stephen Jameson is convinced, with good reason, that he is going crazy.

He hears voices no one else does. Yet in Stephen's strange new life the voices are real. He's a superior creature, a "homo superior," as he discovers on the compelling "The Tomorrow People," premiering on The CW Wednesday, Oct. 9.

Stephen is a good guy, says Robbie Amell ("1600 Penn"), who plays the high-school student. He earns good grades and is a devoted son, but his life unravels.

"In the past year things have gone to hell for him," Amell says to Zap2it. "If you were hearing voices in your head that weren't your own, that would be horrifying. He is finding out that there isn't anything wrong."

Not if you are a genetically mutated superhuman, there isn't. In addition to hearing voices, he teleports in his sleep, a habit that does
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Is The Originals '10 Times Sexier' Than Vampire Diaries? Plus: Co-Stars' 'Awkward' Hand-holding!

Is The Originals '10 Times Sexier' Than Vampire Diaries? Plus: Co-Stars' 'Awkward' Hand-holding!
To hear Charles Michael Davis tell it, The Originals will be no less than “10 times sexier and cooler” than the CW drama that sired it, The Vampire Diaries.

That was just one of the titillating teases tendered by the spin-off’s cast as they spoke with Meg Masters in TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite.

Related | Fall TV Tuesday: NCIS Vs. S.H.I.E.L.D. Vs. The Originals and Other DVR Dilemmas

Daniel Gillies, meanwhile, said the New Orleans-set offshoot will feature “more strategic warfare” and Mafia-like grabs for power, now that Elijah’s brother Klaus (played by Joseph Morgan) has returned home.
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Netflix Announces “Mako Mermaids” Deal

They’re all about providing amazing programming options for kids, and Netflix has just signed a deal for a new series called “Mako Mermaids.”

According to a report, a total of 26 episodes of the “H2O: Just Add Water” spinoff from Australia will go live on the streaming site on July 26th.

Per the synopsis, “Mako Mermaids revisits an enchanting world of magic and adventure introduced in ‘H2OJust Add Water,’a long-running Australian series from Jonathan M. Shiff Productions that has captured the imagination of young audiences in over 120 countries and has become a huge favorite of Netflix members in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland and the Nordics.”

“Following on where ‘H2OJust Add Water’ left off, mischievous teen mermaids Lyla, Nixie and Sirena, guardians of Mako Island, fail to stop 16 year old boy Zac from falling into the sacred Moon Pool and becoming a Merman. Risking being cast out forever,
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Netflix Buys Live Action Kids Show Mako Mermaids

What do kids find as fascinating as ponies and talking cars? Netflix is hoping the answer to that question is mermaids, live action mermaids, in fact. The media subscription giant has acquired the rights to make available on their instant streaming video service in the U.S. the series called Mako Mermaids. The Australian series will premiere simultaneously in its country of origin and on Netflix in July.

G’Day mer-people! The deal gives Netflix exclusive first run rights to run the kids series which comes from Jonathan M. Shiff Productions. Netflix will make Mako Mermaids available from streaming in the USA and Canada, as well as in England, Ireland, Scandinavia, Benelux and Latin America.

The Australian premiere of the live action kids show is also still a go on Network Ten on July 26. We also hear that Zdf Enterprises, the show’s international distributor, will air Mako Mermaids German-speaking territories.
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H20: Just Add Water Spin-Off Mako Mermaids Coming to Netflix

Netflix today announced "Mako Mermaids," a new adventure from the creators of global hit teen series "H2O: Just Add Water," is splashing down on July 26 exclusively on Netflix in July. "Mako Mermaids" revisits the world introduced in "H2O: Just Add Water," a long-running Australian series from Jonathan M. Shiff Productions that has captured the imagination of young audiences in over 120 countries and has become a huge favorite of Netflix members in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland and the Nordics. "We are thrilled to be the exclusive home of 'Mako Mermaids' in all Netflix territories," said Netflix Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos. "'H2O' hit an amazing chord with teens around the world who love the clever mixture...
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Vampire Diaries' Claire Holt Previews The Originals' Dark Debut and a Finale Surprise

Vampire Diaries' Claire Holt Previews The Originals' Dark Debut and a Finale Surprise
On Thursday’s Vampire Diaries, the CW series unveils its potential spin-off, The Originals (airing at 8/7c).

But while Klaus is away having adventures in the Big Easy, his sister Rebekah is back in Mystic Falls harboring some serious anger towards her brother.

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As we already know, Rebekah’s portrayer Claire Holt has been cast in the New Orleans-set The Originals should it go to series. So what, if anything, would make the vamp want to head to the free-spirited bayou city?
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'The Vampire Diaries' star Joseph Morgan dishes on Klaus and Caroline, more 'revealing' scenes, and his new friend on 'The Originals'

News of beloved villain Joseph Morgan leaving "The Vampire Diaries" for his potential new spin-off "The Originals" has been relatively polarizing in the fandom. Some fans feel that his absence will leave "Tvd" lacking, while other fans are looking forward to him taking on a more central role (and, thus, getting much more screen-time) in the new series, which will be set in New Orleans.

But it ain't over 'til it's over, vamp fans! Trust us when we say there's still plenty of story to tell for Klaus in the second half of this season before he, Elijah, and Rebekah potentially leave Mystic Falls in their rear-view mirror. In this week's episode, his season-long rivalry with Tyler will come to a troubling climax, and his complicated relationship with Caroline is only about to get more complicated.

In last week's episode, Caroline appealed to Klaus' sensitive side after he poisoned her with werewolf venom,
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