After Mona (Janel Parrish), Aria (Lucy Hale), and Emily (Shay Mitchell) realized A stole the trailer of evidence, A tried to strangle Mona. Emily and Aria helped her, then they were all nearly run over by A.
Emily’s shoulder was seriously bruised, which threatened her chances of doing well in the big swim meet. Emily wanted to impress a recruiter, so she could go to Stanford with Paige. The nefarious Shana was back, and also gunning for the final spot in the Stanford swimming program. READ MORE
Former General Hospital star and Oscar nominee James Franco (ex-Franco) is the latest celebrity to launch a Indiegogo campaign to pay for a film, but there’s a twist. The $500,000 Franco is hitting fans up for will be used to produce not one, but three films based on his 2010 book Palo Alto, according to The Wrap.
Franco has big plans for the money: a trio of feature-length films directed by four up-and-coming talents. "Memoria" will be co-directed by Nina Ljeti and Vladimir de Fontenay; "Killing Animals" will be directed by Bruce Thierry Cheung; and "Yosemite" will be directed by Gabrielle Demestree. Franco hopes to begin shooting this August.
So much baby daddy drama. According to Deadline, the renewal of Jennifer Love Hewitt’s The Client List, for a third season, is being held up over how to best handle Hewitt’s real life pregnancy on the show. Reportedly, Hewitt wants Brian Hallisay’s character Kyle Parks to be the baby daddy, but the showrunner wants Colin Egglesfield’s (ex-Joshua Madden, All My Children) Evan Parks to be the tike’s onscreen father.
I hear a major sticking point has been demands from Hewitt, who serves as an executive producer on the series, about the storyline for Season 3. I hear Hewitt has asked that Brian Hallisay, her real-life fiance and father of her baby, also play her character Riley’s baby daddy on the show in a major story arc next season. I hear that is at odds with the ideas from the Client List showrunner, who I hear pitched the series’ male lead Colin Egglesfield, and the network brass, who I hear have not settled on a character as they are looking to keep their options open but are not willing to go with Hallisay, who I hear doesn’t have wide support there.
Get all the details at Deadline.
It looks like most of Grey’s Anatomy’s First Year Interns will continue their medical training. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Gaius Charles (pictured with Sandra Oh above), Camilla Luddington, Jerrika Hinton and Tessa Ferrer will all return as series regulars when the new season of Grey's Anatomy hits the airwaves this fall.
However, there was no word on Tina Majorino’s status.
Missing from the list is Tina Majorino, who recurred as Heather, the most-likely-to-succeed intern at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital. Majorino, who this week signed on to reprise her role as Mac in the upcoming Veronica Mars movie, is a series regular on TNT's Howard Gordon drama Legends.
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"I'm thrilled to join such a talented, enthusiastic and professional group of people," Foley said in a statement. "Shonda [Rhimes] and company have created a troupe of layered complex characters and to be able to be part of that is both exciting and humbling."
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Former All My Children and Grey's Anatomy star Justin Bruening will be reprising the role as Chef Jeff on ABC Family’s Switched at Birth, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The episode will air on July 29.
Jeff and Daphne (Katie Leclerc) broke off their romance on bad terms, so the context of his re-appearance in the Switched at Birth world should be interesting.