Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Erin Cahill in "Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva La Fiesta!" (2012)

Erin Cahill (Jen, Time Force) reprised her role as Rachel Ashe Cortez for the third film in the hit Beverly Hills Chihuahua franchise. Rachel, her husband Sam, and their brood of dogs move into a posh dog-friendly hotel where Rachel and Sam both get jobs, thanks to the popularity of Rachel's dog, Chloe who is hired to be the hotel's spokesdog. Rachel looks forward to her job as a sous chef to the famous Chef Didier, but he banishes her to cleaning dishes, until another chef quits, tired of Didier's harsh treatment. Rachel steps in to fill the spot, but soon finds her work sabotaged. Sam suffers the same fate, leading to them both being fired, until Sam's trusty chihuahua, Papi leads the charge to uncover the plot and make things right. Erin Cahill appears throughout the film in a much larger role than in the previous film. A full zip of her screencaps is available to download below.


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"Beverly Hills Chihuahua 3: Viva Le Fiesta!" is available on DVD

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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Brad Hawkins in "Crazy" (2008)

"Crazy" tells the life story of legendary guitar player Hank Garland, a Nashville native who rose to prominence in the music industry in the 1950's. In a time when African Americans were discriminated against, Garland was a positive voice against segregation in music. In his personal life, Garland faced many demons often multiplied by his talent and arrogance, including a loveless marriage. Brad Hawkins (voice of Trey/Gold Ranger, Zeo) appeared briefly in the film, playing famous country singer, Bobby Helms. Hawkins appeared in only one scene, where Helms is shown working alongside Garland. Bobby Helms was best known for the Christmas classic "Jingle Bell Rock." Despite his musical talent, Brad Hawkins does not sing in the film.


"Crazy" is available on DVD

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Friday, October 26, 2012

Nic Sampson on "Curve Ball" (Web Series)

Nic Sampson (Chip, Mystic Force; voice of Sentinel Knight, Overdrive) starred in the web series pilot "Curve Ball." The series would follow a trio of slackers, Fawkes, Jason & Steph, who congregate at a Bowler's Club owned by Steph's father. The three pals spend most of their time drinking and joking. Sampson portrays Fawkes, who works at a laundromat by day. The first episode, titled "The Yes Technique," found Fawkes & Jason deciding to throw a surprise party after discovering Steph's birthday. Their efforts to populate the party, however, leads to trouble when the trio arrives to find the Bowler's Club trashed and Steph's clown boyfriend tied up. They learn at the end of the 12 minute episode that Steph's father plans to sell the club. Nic Sampson co-created the series with fellow star Ryan Richards. Sampson also wrote the episode. The full episode can be seen on Youtube. A full zip of Nic Sampson's screencaps from the web series is available to download below.


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Monday, October 22, 2012

Ilia Volok on "Last Resort" (2012)

Wild Force villain Ilia Volok (Dr. Viktor Adler/Master Org, Wild Force) played a minor role on the new ABC naval drama "Last Resort." Volok appeared in the second episode, titled "Blue on Blue." The episode finds the crew of the missile submarine, USS Colorado, believing that their island stronghold is about to be attacked by Delta Force. But, when they discover that the soldiers are not Delta Force, but instead a Russian strike team, the Colorado's captain, Marcus Chaplin gets in touch with a Russian contact, played by Ilia Volok, whose character is (like his Wild Force character) named Viktor. Marcus threatens to destroy the Russian ship and send a bomb to a post where he knows Viktor's sons are located if he doesn't call off the soldiers. Viktor agrees to look into the situation, but provides an answer that doesn't sit well with Marcus, who refuses to give up his sub to the Russians, leading him to allow the U.S. Secretary of Defense to listen in on their conversation, exposing the Russian plot, which gets them to end their attempted assault.


"Last Resort" currently airs on ABC

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