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Mary Lynn Rajskub of “24: Live Another Day” Says, “I never thought this would come back”

“24: Live Another Day” is a 24 limited event television series airing on on FOX. Set four years after the events of season eight, it loosely adheres to the real time concept. While it still covers the events of a 24 hour period, with each episode corresponding to an hour, there are jumps forward in time between certain episodes. Mary Lynn Rajskub said she couldn’t believe they were going to be revamping her role on 24. “I was very shocked when I found out because I had moved on with my life. It had been four years and so I spent a few days with my husband and my child and my dogs walking around my pajamas going what is happening? Kind of not believing it and watching my Twitter feed blow up and I responded like we’re very excited. Meanwhile, I was waiting for them to actually pick up the phone and call and ask me to be involved. And, of course, I said yes without hesitation. How could I not?” Rajskub said she had some input into her character and how she was going to be portrayed. “… in the description it was a very different Chloe. It was very briefly and loosely described, and it wasn’t until I got to London, and it was about a week and the first thing we did was the Super...

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EXCLUSIVE: Exec. Producers Say “Gang Related” Will Change How People View The Police

Executive producers Scott Rosenbaum and Chris Morgan, as well as Director Allen Hughes sat down to discuss how their show “Gang Related” will change the way people not only view the police, but Los Angles as a whole. Q: I saw the pilot episode and I was kind of curious where the idea came from and what fans can expect for the rest of the season as the rest of the episodes start airing? Morgan: Basically the idea came from a police dash cam video and – I mean, I guess I’ll just run through it really quick. Basically it came from a police dash cam video of police officers responding to a man with a gun call. So the cops show up and they’re confronted by a guy with an AK-47, and the cops, as good as they are and even though they vastly outnumbered him, they could not get in to stop this guy. And when they reviewed the video later, this guy ended up they looked and he was using a military technique called slicing the pie, which is he barely exposes himself and he opens a wider field of fire and he becomes a really hard target. What they deduced from that was this was gang member who was sent by his gang into the military to become a real fighter for the street –...

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EXCLUSIVE: Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA Talks With Us About “Gang Related”

Gang Related star RZA, best known as a founding member and leader of legendary hip-hop group the Wu-Tang Clan, RZA has worked with a number of prominent directors, including Jim Jarmusch, Mikael Håfström, Ridley Scott, Judd Apatow, Todd Phillips, Paul Haggis, Miguel Sapochnik and Quentin Tartantino. He has spent the last several years building his feature film resume with appearances in “American Gangster,” “Funny People,” “Due Date” and “The Next Three Days.” Now he has taken his acting to the small screen in a new action thriller called Gang Related, which he is really excited about. Q: Can you describe the show to me? RZA: To me its like a departed in its own way with a lot of twists and turns. It’s based around a character Ryan Lopez who grew up in a gang and the leader of the gang sent him to the army to learn tactics to improve the gang and make them smarter. However, he was so good at it that he comes home and gets hired by the police. When he gets his job at the police force he ends up getting torn between his family who raised him, the gang, and his new family the police force. Q: It looks very much like a movie. The pilot episode was so cinematic and you kind of feel like you are watching a movie. You...

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“The Olevolos Project” Supporter Bryan Greenberg Says They “raised enough money to school 22 students for an entire year”

“The Olevolos Project” had the support of actor and philanthropist Bryan Greenberg for it’s 3rd annual charity brunch at Gallow Green of the McKittrick Hotel, home of Sleep No More. Bryan had the support Microsoft and friends and family including – fiance Jamie Chung, James Lafferty, Hill Harper, Eddie K Thomas, Josh Pais, Jessica Hart, Teresa Moore, Lily Lane, Wallis Day, Kira Dikhtyar, DJ Jus Ske, DJ Mel Debarge, and many more. They were there to support and raise funds for The Olevolos Project, a 501c3 organization that provides educational opportunities to disadvantaged young people in the Olevolos village of Tanzania. This was the third brunch Bryan has hosted for The Olevolos Project, an organization founded by his cousin Dory Gannes. After a trip Bryan took to Tanzania in 2010, he wanted to find a way to help. Funds raised from Saturday’s event will go straight towards The Olevolos Project’s Scholarship Program that supports the educational needs of disadvantaged and orphaned students of the Olevolos Village. With over 50 silent auction items including generous donations from The Stand Comedy Club & Restaurant, Guess, FlyWheel, Au Naturale and many more! A big thanks also goes to sponsors Brancott Estate Wines, Mumm, Corona, Red Bull, Don Julio, Tito’s Handmade Vodka. Host Committee members who support the event however were unable to join yesterday include; Justin Long, Hillarie Burton, Jamie Hector, Jeffrey...

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Emily Deschanel Says Season Finale of “Bones” is Going To Change Everything

With one episode left in season nine of “Bones,” Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz participated in a conference call to discuss the finale and what fans could expect. During the call, Deschanel and Boreanaz both agreed that the only reason the show has lasted so long (it was recently renewed for a tenth season) is because of their chemistry and commitment to the work. “Seriously from day one, honestly, [I was] blessed to have a costar that can be open and honest and just tell me, like, “You’re bothering me today” or, “I have an issue.” We have complete trust and respect for each other that we can just go aside and say, “You know what? I’m having a bad day. Just know where I’m coming from, Emily,” and we both support that in each other,” Boreanaz said. ” If anything, it helps our chemistry and it helps us grow with the characters rather than being so stagnant and say, “Hey, we’re in season nine, so let’s just kick back” and do nothing about it and take it for granted. You can’t. You have to be able to push every moment and every scene. It’s so important.” Deschanel agreed saying that since the beginning the two of them truly committed themselves to the show and none of that has change or will change going into season 10. “We have...

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