I love me some Ginnifer Goodwin. I always have! I love ‘Big Love’, but I’m not sorry it’s ending. This season (like the last couple) have been almost unbearable to watch. I’m going to see it to the end, but I’m happy Ginnifer is moving on!
Aside from her new movie ‘Something Borrowed‘ coming out soon, Ginnifer has also signed on to join ‘Once Upon a Time’ on ABC.
The Big Love actress will play Snow White/Sister Mary Margaret Blanchard in the one-hour drama pilot from ABC Studios.
The official logline for Once Upon a Time is as follows: “A young boy who purports to be her son shows up on her doorstep, Anna Swan is drawn into a town where the magic and mystery of fairytales may be real and hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her troubled past.”
Goodwin joins previously cast Lana Parrilla in the pilot.
Lost duo Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz penned the pilot and will serve as executive producers with Steve Pearlman (V). Mark Mylod (Entourage) will direct the episode.
Tonight during ABC’s ‘The Bachelor’ the official lineup for ‘Dancing With the Stars‘ will be revealed, but of course names are being leaked a bit early. According to TMZ, these are some of the contestants that will appear on the hit dancing show!
Variety confirms that Ashley Judd is returning to TV in a new ABC version of ‘Taken’!
Ashley Judd is close to signing a deal that would cast her as the lead in ABC’s “Missing.”
Drama, from writer Greg Poirier and ABC Studios, has a 10-episode order and will start shooting this summer in Europe as it preps for a fall or midseason launch.
“Missing” centers on a suburban mother who, after her son disappears in Italy while studying abroad, rushes to Europe to track him down. It soon becomes clear she is no ordinary soccer mom, but a former CIA agent who will stop at nothing to bring her son home alive.
This is Judd’s first series since she co-starred in NBC’s “Sisters” from 1991-94. Her next bigscreen role will be in Warner Bros.’ “Dolphin Tale,” due in September.
I loved the movie, which starred Liam Neeson. I like the idea of turning it into a TV show – very Alias-ish!
Castle star Nathan Fillion stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday.
Being a huge fan of Castle and the comedic cutie, I of course tuned in. He opened up to Dave about how he came into being in show business just 4 months short of becoming a High School teacher and the time he was confused for funnyman Jason Bateman.
Castle is on every Monday night at 9pm on ABC. If you’re not already tuning in, you should, it’s a fantastic comedy-drama series that will have you hooked.