Ilia Volok (Dr. Viktor Adler/Master Org, Wild Force) played a supporting role in the action thriller, "Abduction," which found him sharing screentime with another Twilight franchise star. After appearing on the blog for his role as Robert Pattinson's father in "Water for Elephants," Volok plays a criminal on the hunt for Taylor Lautner in this film. Volok appears in several scenes. His character, known only as Sweater, goes looking for Nathan, a teenager who discovers that his identity isn't what he always thought it was. Volok's character catches up with Nathan & his girlfriend on a train, where they engage in a battle for survival, which Nathan wins, tossing his enemy from the train. The duo's fight scene was referenced many times by Lautner during press for the film, as he recounted accidentally punching Volok out during filming of the sequence. A full zip of Ilia Volok's screencaps are available to download below.
Former Pink Ranger, Erin Cahill (Jen, Time Force) recently guest starred in one of the final episodes of the comedic spy drama, "Chuck." Cahill appeared in the eleventh episode of the fifth season, titled "Chuck Versus the Bullet Train." While Chuck and his partners, Sarah & Casey board a Japanese bullet train to stop a ruthless agent, Casey's daughter, Alex, becomes the target of assassins, one of which was played by Erin Cahill. Along with guest star, Ben Browder, Cahill takes Alex hostage inside the Buy More, while posing as members of a flu shot program being administered inside the store. When Alex's boyfriend, Morgan and Chuck's brother-in-law Devon try to rescue her, they end up captured as well, leaving Chuck's inept co-workers, Lester & Jeff as their only savior. The duo use their wits to lure Cahill's accomplice out of the flu shot truck, capturing him. Cahill's unnamed character is later seen apprehended as well. "Chuck" aired its series finale last night. Erin Cahill was the second former Ranger to appear on the series as a villain. Jack Guzman was the first. Cahill and Guzman appeared together in the Time Force/Wild Force team-up, "Reinforcements from the Future."
Keith Robinson (Joel, Lightspeed) played a starring role in the comedy, "35 and Ticking," which follows the story of four childhood friends, now in their mid-thirties, who struggle with issues of love, marriage and work but always find themselves relying on each other to find happiness and solve their dilemmas. Robinson plays Phil, one of the quartet, a father of two whose wife refuses to give up her partying lifestyle, constantly leaving him to raise their children. When she decides to leave him for a womanizing basketball player, Phil leans on his friends to help him get over the loss, especially his pal Zenobia. In the end, Phil's wife returns, attempting to get her family back while they attend their friend's wedding. Phil refuses to take her back, especially given her drunken state. Zenobia reveals their engagement and her pregnancy and they force her to leave the event. A full zip of Robinson's screencaps are available to download below.
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