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The Vampire Diaries' Paul Wesley Confirms He and Nina Dobrev 'Totally Clashed' on Set

Paul Wesley has finally addressed the claims that he did not get along with his The Vampire Diaries co-star, Nina Dobrev.

Wesley played Stefan Salvatore, and Dobrev played Elena Gilbert on The CW smash, and for the first few seasons, the characters were in a relationship.

“I think the point that Nina was making, and I’ll totally back her up on this, is that we totally clashed [the] first couple years in terms of just getting on each other’s nerves, and then developed this wonderful friendship,” Wesley told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour on Thursday, August 1.

“So it’s like this nice, happy ending.”

Related: The Vampire Diaries Stunner: Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley 'Despised Each Other'

But this ultimately turned into a lasting friendship.

“I think sometimes when people work together nonstop, do press nonstop for years and years on end, you’re just
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‘Dawson’s Creek’ Re-Reboot? “We’ve Thought About It, But No”, Creator Kevin Williamson Says – TCA

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‘Dawson’s Creek’ Re-Reboot? “We’ve Thought About It, But No”, Creator Kevin Williamson Says – TCA
Amid the reboots and sequelitis on both the big and small screens, Kevin Williamson was asked during his Tell Me a Story panel at TCA whether a third iteration of his popular late-’90s teen drama Dawson’s Creek was in the cards.

“We keep talking about it, but … as of now it’s not even in the pipeline,” he said. “We talked about it but didn’t really find a reason to do it. We [came] up with, ideas and we’ve thought about it, but no.”

Tell Me a Story, a dark retelling of the world’s most beloved fairytales, is Williamson’s first series order for CBS All Access. It was earlier revealed in December that the second season will interweave the stories of the three princesses from Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. Paul Wesley and Danielle Campbell are slated to come back from Season
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Why Women Kill Official Trailer: They're a Little Dangerous

Marriage is hard.

It's true in 2019, It's true in 2019, and it was true in the 1980s and the 1960s.

Why Women Kill, the new CBS All Access series premiering on August 15 lays it all out in vivid detail.

Devious Maids and Desperate Housewives alum Mark Cherry created the new series.

Star Trek: Picard Brings Back Next Generation/Voyager Characters in Out of This World Trailer

Why Women Kill follows three woman and their marriage problems.

In the 1960s, Ginnifer Goodwin (Once Upon a Time) plays a housewife sick and tired of her husband acting like she doesn't exist.

From the trailer, it looks like she's willing to try anything to get the eye of her man, played by San Jaeger.

Lucy Liu is a socialite in the 1980s who gets wind of her philandering husband played by Jack Davenport.

Paul Wesley to Lead Tell Me A Story Season 2 on CBS
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Danielle Campbell Returns to Tell Me a Story in Sleeping Beauty-Inspired Tale

Danielle Campbell Returns to Tell Me a Story in Sleeping Beauty-Inspired Tale
Paul Wesley isn't the only Tell Me a Story actor coming back for seconds. The Originals alum Danielle Campbell, who took on Little Red Riding Hood in Season 1, is headed back to Kevin Williamson's twisted fairy tale anthology for Season 2.

Per Deadline, Campbell will take on the role of Olivia, an

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‘Tell Me a Story': Carrie-Anne Moss to Star on Season 2, Danielle Campbell to Return

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‘Tell Me a Story': Carrie-Anne Moss to Star on Season 2, Danielle Campbell to Return
Carrie-Anne Moss will star on season 2 of CBS All Access’s “Tell Me a Story,” a spokeswoman for the streaming service confirmed for TheWrap.

Additionally, Danielle Campbell will join Paul Wesley as the Season 1 stars currently set for a return to the anthology fairytale series. You know, the kind of fairytale that has lots of sex and murder. In other words, do not watch this series with your kids.

But once you put them to bed, you’ll see that Odette Annable and Natalie Alyn Lind are also part of the show’s second season cast. That news, like the Wesley news, was previously announced.

Also Read: CBS' 'Ransom' Canceled After 3 Seasons

Season 2 will feature the tales of three iconic princesses: the ladies from “Beauty and the Beast,” “Sleeping Beauty” and “Cinderella.” Moss, the matriarch of the sophomore run, is tied to all of them.

James Wolk,
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‘Tell Me A Story’: Carrie-Anne Moss & Danielle Campbell To Star In Season 2 Of CBS All Access Series

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‘Tell Me A Story’: Carrie-Anne Moss & Danielle Campbell To Star In Season 2 Of CBS All Access Series
Exclusive: Another Tell Me a Story Season 1 series regular, Danielle Campbell, is returning for the second season. Also set as a lead in the second installment of the CBS All Access anthology series is The Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss. The duo joins previously cast Odette Annable, Natalie Alyn Lind and fellow returning Season 1 co-star Paul Wesley.

Tell Me a Story, from creator Kevin Williamson and Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment, takes the world’s most beloved fairy tales and reimagines them as a dark and twisted psychological thriller. Season 2 will feature the tales of three iconic princesses – Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella.

Campbell, who played a character inspired by Little Red Riding Hood in Season 1, will portray Olivia, who is not inspired by Belle but has ties to the Sleeping Beauty storyline.
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Tell Me a Story: Carrie-Anne Moss Joins Princess-Themed Season 2

Jessica Jones‘ Carrie-Anne Moss is taking her special brand of badassery to CBS All Access via a starring role in Season 2 of Kevin Williamson’s fairytale-themed anthology thriller Tell Me a Story, TVLine has learned. Additionally, Originals vet Danielle Campbell — who appeared in Tell Me a Story‘s first season — will return for Season 2 in a brand new role. (As previously reported, fellow Story alum Paul Wesley will also be back as a different character.)

Story’s inaugural season darkly reimagined Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs and Hansel and Gretel. Season 2 will put fresh twists on the
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Ghostlight – Trailer and Poster – Releases June 18th

Giant Pictures Acquires Award-winning Supernatural Comedy ‘Ghost Light’ For Release On All Digital HD Platforms, Cable, And DVD Nationwide On June 18 The Film Will Be Presented In 4K Hdr Where Available Starring Cary Elwes, Tom Riley, Roger Bart, Carol Kane, Shannyn Sossamon, Danielle Campbell, Scott Adsit, And Steve Tom Giant Pictures, the digital film …

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Tell Me a Story: Season Two; Odette Annable and Natalie Alyn Lind to Star in CBS All Access Series

Tell Me a Story has some new company. Deadline reports Odette Annable and Natalie Alyn Lind have joined season two of the CBS All Access TV show.

The psychological thriller reimagines classic fairy tales and sets them in the modern world. Season one starred Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, and Dorian Missick.

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Podtalk: Director Miranda Bailey Feature Film Debut is ‘Being Frank’

Chicago – Miranda Bailey has a proven track record as a film producer of big title independent films, and has worked as a writer and actor. She has now conquered the creative side, as she makes her debut as a feature film director with “Being Frank.” The film features comedian Jim Gaffigan in the title role, and also features Anna Gunn, Samantha Mathis and Alex Karpovsky.

Being Frank” has Jim G. as a father, which he also famously is in real life, but this Dad has a twist. Somehow, someway Frank has managed to maintain two families, and take them to maturation. This bigamist jig is slowly coming apart as the film begins, when Phillip (Logan Miller), the son of the Mom portrayed by Anna Gunn, begins to suspect that something is amiss. Meanwhile, in Frank’s second family (where the Mom is played by Samantha Mathis), his daughter Allison (Danielle Campbell
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Podtalk: Comedian Jim Gaffigan on His New Film ‘Being Frank’

Chicago – Comedian Jim Gaffigan is one of the funniest persons on earth, basically by being himself (Score!). In the last five years, he has been immersing himself into the waters of character acting in the movies, doing some serious supporting roles in films like “Chuck” and “Chappaquiddick.”

Lately, he has been on an indie film streak, with lead roles this year in “Light from Light” – which closed this year’s Chicago Critics Festival – and the recently released “Being Frank,” in which he portrays the title character.

Directed by Miranda Bailey, “Being Frank” has Jim G. as a father, which he also famously is in real life, but this Dad has a twist. Somehow, someway Frank has managed to maintain two families, and take them to maturation. This jig is slowly coming apart as the film begins, as Phillip (Logan Miller), the son of the Mom portrayed by Anna Gunn, begins
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Ghost Light Review: Good, Clean Fun for the Theater Crowd

The Haunted Comedy is a genre that probably reached its height in the 1940s with movies like Abbott and Costello's Hold that Ghost.

There was another wave of them during the 1980s with Haunted Honeymoon starring Gene Wilder and  Gilda Radner, and High Spirits with Steve Guttenberg and Daryl Hannah.

To be clear, a haunted comedy is not the same as the horror comedies of the 90s like the Scream spoofs of the Scary Movie franchise. 

Ghost Light is a comedy first, and one that deals with the goofy antics of the theater crowd.

Tempting Fate Review: Mistakes Were Made! 

It's through their idiosyncracies and superstitions that the haunting gets explored.

If you didn't know, one of those superstitions is that the play, Macbeth, is cursed. You can't say the title lest the entire production get cursed.

Quoting lines before the production is also verboten, especially when noting the witches incantations.
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Tell Me a Story: Season Two; Paul Wesley Returning to Star in CBS All Access Series

Paul Wesley is coming back to CBS All Access. The streaming service just announced the Vampire Diaries star has joined season two of Tell Me a Story.

The psychological thriller reimagines classic fairy tales and sets them in the modern world. Season one starred Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, and Dorian Missick.

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Film News Roundup: Jessica Lowndes to Star in Rom-Com ‘Over the Moon’

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Film News Roundup: Jessica Lowndes to Star in Rom-Com ‘Over the Moon’
In today’s film news roundup, Jessica Lowndes stars in a romantic comedy, Leslie Linka Glatter and Paul Schrader are honored, Spike Lee is presenting Denzel Washington with AFI’s award, and “Ghost Light” and “Satanic Panic” get acquired.

Castings

Jessica Lowndes is starring in and executive producing the musically inspired romantic comedy “Over the Moon,” which is beginning production in Vancouver, Variety has learned exclusively.

Lowndes wrote the script and the original songs and score along with music producer Evan White. She portrays a matchmaker who agrees to set up her best friend, played by Wes Brown, in hopes of furthering her career. As she comes closer to her goal, however, she realizes he has been her perfect match all along. Christie Will Wolf is directing.

AFI Awards

The American Film Institute will confer Doctorate of Fine Arts degrees honoris causa upon Leslie Linka Glatter and Paul Schrader.

They
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Cary Elwes' 'Ghost Light' Comedy Lands at Giant Pictures

Giant Pictures has picked up North American rights to Ghost Light, a supernatural comedy about a theater production of Macbeth that unleashes a Shakespearean curse.

Directed by John Stimpson under his H9 production banner, the film stars Cary Elwes, Tom Riley, Roger Bart, Carol Kane, Shannyn Sossamon and Danielle Campbell. Stimpson wrote and produced Ghost Light with Geoffrey Taylor.

The dark comedy centers on a disgruntled actor who disregards the superstition surrounding Shakespeare’s Macbeth and unwittingly unleashes the play's legendary curse on the troupe with tragic consequences. Elwes plays an inept former soap star with deep pockets in a theater troupe,...
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Poster and trailer for Being Frank starring Jim Gaffigan and Logan Miller

The Film Arcade has released the official poster and trailer for Being Frank (formerly titled You Can Choose Your Family), which marks the directorial debut of Miranda Bailey and features a cast that includes Jim Gaffigan (The Jim Gaffigan Show), Logan Miller (Escape Room), Anna Gunn (Deadwood), Samantha Mathis (Billions), Alex Karpovsky (Girls), and Danielle Campbell (The Originals).

Seventeen-year old Philip (Miller) longs to leave his small town for music school in The Big Apple. His dreams are dashed when his overbearing father, Frank (Gaffigan) forbids it. In retaliation to his father’s dictatorial parenting, he sneaks away in search of a wild spring break. However, when he crosses state lines, he instead finds a charming lake community where he spots his father with another woman. Turns out, Frank lives in this town and has an entire other family. With this bizarre revelation Philip realizes he can either blow the
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Jim Gaffigan in Official Trailer for Double Family Comedy 'Being Frank'

"There are two sides to every story." "So it seems..." The Film Arcade has debuted the official trailer for an indie comedy titled Being Frank, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival last year and also played at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Being Frank is the narrative feature directorial debut of actress / filmmaker / producer Miranda Bailey, and is about a teenager from a small town. Jim Gaffigan plays Frank, a "normal father" whose family life is turned upside down when his son discovers he has another family. Gaffigan seems hilarious in this role, though the whole situation seems so awkward I'm not sure what to make of it or how to deal with it. Which is basically what the film is about. Also starring Logan Miller, Anna Gunn, Samantha Mathis, Alex Karpovsky, Danielle Campbell, and Gage Polchlopek. Might be a fun one. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Miranda Bailey's Being Frank,
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Danielle Campbell Inks With ICM

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Exclusive: ICM Partners has signed Danielle Campbell, who currently stars as Kayla Powell on the CBS All Access thriller, Tell Me A Story.

The Chicago native first broke out on TV with a five episode-guest starring role on Fox’s Prison Break and soon followed with a starring role in the Walt Disney feature Prom. On CW’s The Originals she starred as New Orleans-born witch Davina Claire for 68 episodes. Other TV roles include Harper Tate on Freeform’s Famous In Love, and The CW’s high school football drama All American.

On the film side, Campbell’s credits include Ghost Light, Race To Win, F The Prom, American Pets and Miranda Bailey’s You Can Choose Your Family opposite Jim Gaffigan which premiered at SXSW last year.

Campbell continues to be repped by Luber Roklin Entertainment, Industry Entertainment and Erik Hyman at Paul Hastings.
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Tell Me a Story: Season One Viewer Votes

Tell us a story about you and the first season of the Tell Me a Story TV show on CBS All Access. As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Tell Me a Story is cancelled or renewed for season two. CBS All Access and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the season one episodes of Tell Me a Story. We invite you to rate them for us, below.

A CBS All Access psychological thriller, Tell Me a Story stars Paul Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, and Zabryna Guevara. The series reimagines classic fairy tales
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Tell Me a Story: Season Two Renewal for CBS All Access Series

CBS All Access is ready for more stories. Today, the streaming service announced they've renewed Tell Me a Story for a second season.

From Kevin Williamson, the drama reimagines classic fairy tales and sets them in the modern world. Season one featured Paul Wesley, Kim Cattrall, James Wolk, Billy Magnussen, Dania Ramirez, Danielle Campbell, Dorian Missick, Michael Raymond-James, Davi Santos, Sam Jaeger, and Zabryna Guevara.

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