Aleks Paunovic Joins ‘Zoo’; ‘Libby & Malcolm’ Pilot Adds Regular

Aleks Paunovic Joins ‘Zoo’; ‘Libby & Malcolm’ Pilot Adds Regular

Aleks Paunovic (This Means War) been cast in CBS summer drama series Zoo. Based on the bestseller by James Patterson, Zoo chronicles a wave of violent animal attacks against humans across the planet. Paunovic will play Dallas, the leader of a shadowy group looking to stop the spread of the hybrids. Whether he can be trusted remains to be seen… Set for two episodes on Zoo, Paunovic most recently appeared as Julius on Syfy’s Van Helsing and can next be seen in War For the Pl…Read full story

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‘Anti-democratic and un-American’: Bruce Springsteen slams ‘Muslim ban’

‘Anti-democratic and un-American’: Bruce Springsteen slams ‘Muslim ban’

Bruce Springsteen is on a long tour around Australia, but there’s no way he’s detached from what’s going on in the U.S. The rock legend took to the stage in Adelaide, Australia, on Monday night, using a break between songs to decry the immigration restrictions placed on countries with majority Muslim population under Trump. SEE ALSO: Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’ could have doomed Apple “Tonight, we want to add our voices to the thousands of Americans who are protesting at airports around our country. The Muslim ban and the detention of…

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Please God let this be real: Hanna-Barbera to reboot Snagglepuss as “Gay Southern Gothic Playwright”

Please God let this be real: Hanna-Barbera to reboot Snagglepuss as “Gay Southern Gothic Playwright”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoLCDrOJGV0 Newsarama’s George Marston reports on a HiloBrow interview with Hanna-Barbera writer Mark Russell: he is to reboot Snagglepuss as “a gay Southern Gothic playwright” in the tradition of Tennessee Williams. Snagglepuss’s adventures in New York will bring him to Broadway, where he’ll deal with issues of his sexuality and the place of homosexuals in the repressed culture of the 50s. “[Snagglepuss’s sexuality is] never discussed and it’s obviously ignored in the cartoons ’cuz they were made at a time when you couldn’t even acknowledge the existence of such a…

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