At the roundtable with Mallory Jansen & writer Jeffrey Bell on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

 

Mallory Jansen and writer Jeffrey Bell talk about Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Now in its fourth season, the action-packed series has morphed from its Avengers roots to exploring themes like Ghost Rider and Life Model Decoys (LMDs). The series has added some interesting takes on comic book characters, like the Patriot and Nitro.

At the roundtable with Ming-Na Wen & Jason O’Mara on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

Ming-Na Wen and Jason O’Mara talk about their roles on Agents of Shield. Now in its fourth season, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has morphed from its Avengers roots to exploring themes like Ghost Rider and Life Model Decoys (LMDs).  The series has added some interesting takes on comic book characters, like the Patriot and Nitro. Ming-Na fans will like what she says about all the various Mays she’s had to act out.

At the roundtable with Sarah Ramos & François Arnaud on “Midnight, Texas”

Sarah Ramos and François Arnaud talk about their roles on Midnight, Texas. Based on True Blood author Charlaine Harris’ series of novels. the supernatural thriller features a vampire, witch, angel, hit woman and anyone looking to hide from the outside world. François Arnaud plays Manfred Bernardo, a charming, powerful psychic who can communicate with spirits. Sarah Ramos plays Creek, an aspiring writer with big dreams. Midnight, Texas premieres July 25th on NBC. Read more

At the roundtable with Parisa Fitz Henley & Dylan Bruce on “Midnight Texas”

Parisa Fitz Henley and Dylan Bruce talk about their roles on Midnight Texas. Based on True Blood author Charlaine Harris’ series of novels. the supernatural thriller features a vampire, witch, angel, hit woman and anyone looking to hide from the outside world. Parisa Fitz-Henley, playsFiji,” a powerful witch who owns the local wiccan shop  Dylan Bruce plays Bobo,” a pawn shop owner who has everything the town needs. Midnight Texas premieres July 25th on NBC. Read more

Nylon and NVE the Experience Agency Present Star-Studded After-Con Party at Omnia Nightclub San Diego

Partygoers at Nylon NVE Party
Partygoers at Nylon NVE Party

The stars came out during NYLON/NVE The Experience Agency’s After-Con party on Thursday, July 21. at San Diego’s OMNIA Nightclub. Attendees included Teen Wolf’s Holland Roden, “I am Legend’s” Alexander DiPersia, and Kristian Nairn (“Game of Thrones” Hodor).

Violett Bean
Violett Bean

Musician Andre 3000 was spotted enjoying the festivities with long-time girlfriend Dominique Maldanado. Actor Tyler Posey arrived with younger brother Jesse Posey.  The “Man in the High Castle” stars met up with their newest co-star Bellla Heathcote, who recently announced that she will be joining the cast as a series regular on Amazon’s hit drama.

Andre 3000
Andre 3000

Shortly thereafter, Miguel Gomez arrived with fellow co-star Kevin Durand. “The Strain” stars were spotted celebrating the release of their spoof rap video “Vamps Boom.” Other notable attendees included: Casper Van Dien, Cody Christian, Ian Bohen, JR Bourne, Mecad Brooks, Nina Sky, Shane West, Tara Reid and Zelda Williams.

Bella Heathcote
Bella Heathcote

Ending the party with a bang, DMX hit the stage for a surprise performance, which included hits such as “Up in Here” and “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem,” as revelers sang along to every single lyric.

Tyler Posey
Tyler Posey

Interview with Amber Coney in Dead of Summer

Best known for her work on The Creation of Aspen, Send Me to Heaven and Horoscopes and Fortune Cookies, Amber Coney can also be seen in the upcoming L.A. Series, Kill The Czar, and Actors Anonymous. In Dead of Summer, Coney plays Carolina ‘Cricket’ Diaz, a warm, snarky camp counselor who harbors deep-seated issues beneath her carefree, fun-loving exterior. Read more

An Interview with Flash’s Violett Beane

Best known as the DC Comics superhero Jesse Quick in The CW series The Flash, and as the missing girl in HBO’s, The Leftovers, Violett Beane appeared in the horror feature Flay, and the indie Slash, which recently premiered at SXSW. In Slash, Beane plays Lindsay in a coming-of-age drama about adolescent outsiders who write fan fiction. Beane can also be seen in Tower, an emotionally draining film that focuses on the mass school shooting at the University of Texas in 1966. In this one-on-one interview, Beane reveals some insights about her various roles and how she approached them. Read more