Actor <strong>Dylan Neal</strong> (ex-Dylan Shaw, "The Bold and the Beautiful") will star in the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries original movie "Gourmet Detective," based on the series of books by <strong>Peter King</strong>. Neal, who co-wrote the script along with his wife <strong>Becky Southwell</strong>, will also serve as an executive producer. The movie is set to premiere sometime this spring and is the first of three planned for the cable network.
When news first hit that the controversial novel “50 Shades of Grey” was going to be made into a movie, rumors within the daytime community started spreading: “Days of our Lives’” <strong>James Scott</strong> (EJ DiMera) was reportedly being considered for the lead role of Christian Grey, a handsome yet tormented billionaire who lures a young woman named Anastasia (<strong>Dakota Johnson</strong>) into his dark world of sexual fantasies.
According to TVLine, Luke Grimes is exiting HBO's "True Blood" after reported creative differences with show producers over the future of his character, James. "He initially joined the show because he wanted to work with [his 'Forever' co-star] Deborah Ann Woll,” said an insider to the website. “But when he started reading the scripts for Season 7, he was disappointed to learn that they were going in a completely different direction with James." Grimes joined the cast of the series in season 6, which found James mostly sexing it up with Woll's Jessica.
According to Deadline, actor Dylan Neal ("The Bold and the Beautiful," "Dawson's Creek") is scheduled to begin filming this week in Vancouver for "Fifty Shades of Grey," the film adaptation of EL James' bestselling novel of the same name. Neal will portray Bob, Anastasia Steele's (Dakota Johnson) stepfather and the husband of Carla Adams (Jennifer Ehle). Scheduled to hit theaters on Friday, February 13, 2015 as both a rated R film and rated NC-17 in theaters willing to offer it, "Fifty Shades" and its followup novels centers on the erotic relationship between Anastasia and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan).
On Tuesday, May 17, the ABC Television Network presented its 2011-2012 primetime schedule in front of advertisers, affiliates and the press. Two months earlier I received intel on a new series called "Once Upon a Time" that the network had in development where fairy tales and the modern-day collide in the town of Storybooke.