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by Jules February 24, 2019 Comments Off on James on ‘Seth Meyers’ (Feb 21)

Updated the ‘Chat Show Appearances’ page

by Jules February 24, 2019 Comments Off on Site Updates

Added screencaps from the following to the Gallery.
* Jimmy Fallon (07 Jan 2019)
* Late Night with Seth Meyers (21 Feb 2019)
* TV Films / Starcrossed

by Jules February 24, 2019 Comments Off on Gallery Updated

Ryan Eggold has reflected on his time starring as Tom Keen on The Blacklist. The actor starred on the show for five seasons – and had a short-lived spin-off – before his character was surprisingly killed off. He now stars on medical drama New Amsterdam.

“It’s a great show. It’s a cool show,” he said. “James [Spader] and Megan [Boone] both do an amazing job.”

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by Jules February 17, 2019 Comments Off on Former Blacklist star Ryan Eggold reveals why playing Tom Keen was a “really rare experience”

Werewolf movies have existed for over a hundred years. There are dozens upon dozens upon dozens of them and new offerings arrive with each passing year. Contrary to popular belief, however, there are plenty of good ones out there. From the classics to the cult favorites to the obscure offerings, this column will cover a different werewolf film each month near the latest rise of a full moon. So throw out your wolfsbane and silver, take to the moors, and run towards that gleaming globe in the sky, because it’s time for Full Moon Frights!
I toiled for a very long time over which film I should cover to launch this column. Some old black and white classic? An ‘80s favorite? Maybe a forgotten gem? Perhaps a more modern choice? All such eras will eventually be poured over in this monthly series, but for some reason, Wolf Man Jack entered my mind and just wouldn’t leave. So, Wolf it is! Read More here

by Jules January 26, 2019 Comments Off on [Full Moon Frights] Jack Nicholson Becomes a Middle-Aged Werewolf in ‘Wolf’

by Jules January 20, 2019 Comments Off on James on ‘Jimmy Fallon’

The sign of a good TV character is that the audience wants to see them in any new scenario or setting. Raymond Reddington (James Spader) in prison is a Blacklist premise that I didn’t really know I needed, but is so easy to get right. The world’s most cunning criminal locked up with a bunch of lesser villains? Immediately enjoyable in this week’s episode. Read More here

by Jules January 20, 2019 Comments Off on Red in Prison Is the Blacklist Storyline We Didn’t Know We Needed

Mo 1/7: James Spader, Lindsay Lohan, Noname featuring Smino & Saba
Source: interbridge.com

by Jules January 6, 2019 Comments Off on THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON, NBC

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by Jules January 6, 2019 Comments Off on The Blacklist Boss Teases Upcoming Fallout

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by Jules January 6, 2019 Comments Off on ‘The Blacklist’ EP Jon Bokenkamp on the Stunning Events of the Season 6 Premiere