[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
TV Guide interviewed Bruno Heller and he talked about why the seven suspects might be Red John.

We asked Heller to make a case for each of the seven suspects. "All of those guys have reasons to hide aspects of their personality," he says. "It's just a question of whether they're hiding for ordinary prosaic reasons or for sinister, evil reasons."

Ray Haffner (Reed Diamond): Heller characterizes former CBI supervisor and cult member Ray Haffner as "the sort of Richard Gere-as-villain type. Smiling, charming. Maybe seems a little too shallow to be a serial killer, or too light. ... With Haffner, he always seems smiling and cheery but there always seems to be a dark cloud behind that smile. That, more than anything, would be what made me suspicious of him."


source
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
It's a two-hour premiere starting at 9 PM on TNT

To celebrate this wondrous occasion, here's an HQ version of the promo picture posted a few weeks ago--

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And here's a review of the season 3 premiere. Heather Locklear Joins Cast of Franklin & Bash In Season Opener (it has a grade of A so, yay)
[identity profile] rogoblue.livejournal.com
Via MPG on twitter.


[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Here's an interview with Bones' Executive Producers, Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan regarding the season premiere of Bones with Give Me My Remote.

Putting the Flynn-and-Reed-related bits under cut because of spoilers.

Spoilers if you haven't seen the ep )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
This news is several days old, but in case you didn't know... Lionsgate bought the North American distribution rights to Much Ado About Nothing.

"Much Ado" will be a joint theatrical release by Lionsgate and sister company Roadside Attractions. Whedon's version of the Shakespeare comedy, with a contemporary spin, stars Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Nathan Fillion, Fran Kranz, Jillian Morgese, Sean Maher, Clark Gregg and Reed Diamond.

Kai Cole and Whedon produced "Much Ago" through Bellwether Pictures, with Daniel Kaminsky as co-producer.

Kranz stars as Claudio and Denisof as Benedick.

Lionsgate released "The Avengers" helmer's "Cabin in the Woods" earlier this year.

"I'm thrilled to be working with my cronies at Lionsgate again, and with the Roadside team. That they all embrace a Shakespearean romance with the same enthusiasm they had for 'Cabin in the Woods' that they're exactly the mad fools we want to be partying -- I mean working -- with," said Whedon.full article

And here are several reviews of the film (there will be spoilers)

+ AV Club
+ Collider
+ Hollywood Reporter
+ NPR
+ The Guardian UK
+ Variety

And, in case you missed it--
Pictures from TIFF
Q&A portion from the first and second screening of Much Ado
[identity profile] rogoblue.livejournal.com
I like construction magnates with political ties! How about you?

Via twitter comes this TV Guide exclusive announcement.

Link. http://www.tvguide.com/News/White-Collar-Titus-Welliver-Reed-Diamond-1049746.aspx
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com

tweet


It will be on at 10|9c on TNT.

The Franklin and Bash facebook page posted a video where the cast tell their favorite Season 1 moment. Linky linky

Under the cut is the episode list + synopsis of most of the eps, and a short excerpt from MPG's interview with TVLine.

The content herein most probably contain spoilers )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Bones' executive producers Hart Hanson and Stephan Nathan were interviewed in regards to Season 7 of Bones (the show was renewed for Season 8).

I'm going to put the relevant parts under the cut because of plot and casting spoilers that some of you might be avoiding.

Take us inside your approach to the finale, and what you wanted to accomplish.
snip snip )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
This was a posted a few days ago via Tumblr user talkingtomars. It's from a Joss Whedon interview with CBS (here | alternate link)

It's a short clip, featuring Reed as Don Pedro with Clark Gregg (as Leonato) and Fran Kranz (as Claudio), with Alexis Denisof (Benedick) creepin' in the background.


WATCH HERE via the FY RD tumblr


Speaking of Fran Kranz, he had an interview where he mentions working with RD in the movie--

Can you tell us about your role in Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing?
[...] Reed Diamond is playing Don Pedro and he is hilarious. He's a Julliard trained actor and he knew his Shakespeare inside out, so he was a great asset on set. He knew the language and was really helpful when Joss was busy with some of the more technical stuff. Don Pedro I don't think of as one of the more flashier characters in the play, but what Reed did is one of the stand-out parts of the film. [...]

whole interview
[identity profile] rogoblue.livejournal.com
The link to an article and video as provided by the man himself via twitter.

Here be spoilers!


[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Good time to leave 'Homicide'
Actor: He's moving on to BTC other things, says Reed Diamond, who plays Mike Kellerman on the TV show. And he has no regrets.
April 12, 1998|By Chris Kaltenbach | Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF

If this were a "Homicide" script, there's no way Reed Diamond would be this happy, no way he'd be leaving the cast of TV's finest drama with a smile on his face.

No, the "Homicide" writers would have had him telling someone off, or screaming about how he never wanted to leave the show in the first place, or suffering some career crisis that would have left him playing Shakespeare in the Park somewhere.

Dialing '1998' on mah time machine )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
'Homicide' losing another detective
Departing: Reed Diamond, who plays Det. Mike Kellerman on NBC's 'Homicide: Life on the Street,' will leave at the end of the season.
April 07, 1998 | By Rob Hiaasen | Rob Hiaasen, SUN STAFF Staff writer Chris Kaltenbach contributed to this article.

Well, we won't have Mike Kellerman to kick around anymore. Det. Kellerman, the struggling, "meat-and-potatoes" cop who shot and killed drug kingpin Luther Mahoney, won't be working Homicide next year.

Reed Diamond, who for three seasons played Kellerman on NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street," joins a list of show regulars who won't be back for the seventh season. The actor, who made his debut as Kellerman for the 1995-1996 season, will make his last appearance May 8 in the season finale.

Let's do the time warp again (to 1998) )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
'Homicide' duty dream assignment for cast rookie
The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 1995 | By Rob Hiaasen ,Sun Staff Writer

Reed Diamond wanted to become a police officer years ago. He thought he'd love police work, all that down-and-dirty crime-solving. He even hung out with cops -- only to learn many of them wanted to be actors.

Mr. Diamond didn't become a cop, but he will play one on TV. The 28-year-old actor from New York is the newest cast member of NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street." In its fourth season, the Baltimore-based drama begins production Monday.

Let's do the time warp again (to 1995) )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Kellerman Creeps Back To `Homicide'
December 10, 1998 | By Mike Duffy, Knight-Ridder/Tribune.


As a cop, Mike Kellerman could be a real creep.

Which is why Reed Diamond's tormented, live-wire detective was so compelling for three seasons on NBC's "Homicide: Life on the Street." But after a disgraced Kellerman was forced to resign from the Baltimore force at the end of last season, we figured that was the last of Mikey.

Snip snip )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Reed Diamond Finally One Of The `Good Guys'
December 07, 1995|By Christy Slewinski, New York Daily News.
Television.


Two years ago, Reed Diamond considered giving up acting to become a cop. He changed his mind when he discovered that many of the cops he talked to aspired to become actors.

Dialing 1995 in mah time machine )
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
'The Mentalist': Reed Diamond Experiences Life in the CBI
By Jesse Schmitt | Yahoo! Contributor Network – Sun, Jul 31, 2011 9:23 AM PDT


Fans of network television are getting themselves all worked up over recent news about the impressive array of guest stars looking to kick off the 2011-2012 fall TV schedule. One of "Homicide's" favorite detective's will be joining Jane, Lisbon and the rest of the CBI in an upcoming role on "The Mentalist's" fourth season.

I thought it was a generic article. And then it turned out to be an analysis of sort for The Mentalist S4 and Reed's character )
[identity profile] rogoblue.livejournal.com
Twitter is abuzz with the news that TNT has renewed Franklin and Bash.

Source is here. http://insidetv.ew.com/2011/07/26/tnt-renews-franklin-bash/

Official TNT word here. http://news.turner.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=5756

Woo hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!

More slick suits and snark to come. 10 more episodes, likely returning next summer.
[identity profile] rogoblue.livejournal.com
Source is here.

http://www.tvguide.com/News/Mentalist-Reed-Diamond-1035655.aspx

Reed will be on episode 2 (probably Thursday September 29 as the season starts the week before). So we won't have to wait for Franklin and Bash season 2 (assuming they get one). Yay!

Description of the episode for those who can't get the link.

Diamond will play Ray Haffner, a confident CBI supervising agent who runs a tight ship. As we previously reported, Haffner will lead a group of agents assisting Lisbon (Robin Tunney) and her team with the investigation of a personal trainer's murder. Something tells us the CBI may not be big enough for both teams.
[identity profile] derevko-child.livejournal.com
Meyer and Gosselaar share great chemistry and the duo couldn't ask for a better foil than Diamond, who is solid in everything he does. And who better to play an eccentric senior partner than McDowell?


Source: Gosselaar, Diamond bring comedy to courtroom in 'Franklin & Bash'
(the title's slightly misleading since the writer mainly talks about MPG)

a few more under the cut, plus an excerpt of an interview with Breckin Meyer )

If you have an iTunes account, iTunes has an extended sneak peek of Franklin and Bash. Here it is

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