Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Najee De-Tiege on "The Mindy Project" (2012)

Najee De-Tiege (Kevin, Samurai) made a brief cameo on the FOX comedy, "The Mindy Project," which aired this week. The Blue Ranger actor appeared in the show's seventh episode, titled "Teen Patient," which finds Mindy (creator and star Mindy Kaling) infiltrating a high school in order to help convince her teen neighbor, Sophia, not to engage in premarital sex with her boyfriend. De-Tiege appears in one of the final scenes at the high school, as Mindy says goodbye to Sophia, and Sophia's friend Ben. De-Tiege appears on-screen for a few seconds as a high school jock who appears to flirt with Ben from afar, but Ben rejects him. While De-Tiege had no lines in the episode, his character's name, Steven, was mentioned by Ben.


"The Mindy Project" currently airs on FOX

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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Michael Copon in "247°F" (2011)

Michael Copon (Lucas, Time Force) starred in the thriller "247°F," which tells the story of four friends who head to a remote cabin, where three of them are soon trapped inside the cabin's sauna, fighting for survival against the heat. Michael's character, also named Michael, spends most of the film either drunk or high, which is the catalyst for trouble for his girlfriend, Renee and their two pals, Jenna & Ian. When he gets into a drunken fight with his girlfriend, he leaves the three inside the sauna and passes out on the couch. Michael wakes up later, not remembering much and heads out to a local party the group was supposed to attend but he's refused entrance. He runs into Ian's uncle, the cabin's caretaker, and relays to him how he got left behind by his friends, not realizing they remain trapped in the sauna. When he gets close enough to hear their screams, a fireworks show begins simultaneously, drowning out their calls for help. Michael takes another smoke and passes out, allowing the viewers to see how he inadvertently trapped his three friends inside the sauna. They are later rescued, but it's too late for Ian who is already dead, leaving Michael feeling guilty for his actions. A full zip of Copon's screencaps is available to download below. The film was based on a true event that occurred in the country of Georgia, where the movie was filmed.


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"247°F" is available on DVD

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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Brandon Jay McLaren on "Falling Skies" - 3 (2012)

Brandon Jay McLaren (Jack, SPD) continued his recurring role on the science fiction drama "Falling Skies," appearing in the sixth episode of the second season, titled "Homecoming." McLaren's character, Jamil Dexter, finds himself in high demand once again. Captain Weaver, the leader of the 2nd Mass succumbs to a poison in his bloodstream after an alien encounter in a previous episode. With Weaver in serious condition, Tom Mason (series star Noah Wyle) takes control of the group, looking to Jamil to help them get the group to Charleston, where he hopes there may be help for Weaver and relief for their group. Jamil breaks the news that they don't have enough fuel. He's called away from that crisis when his girlfriend, Lourdes figures out a way to save Weaver, which will require Jamil's technical expertise to rig up a device to pump out Weaver's blood and heat it up to kill the poison and then pump it back to keep him from dying. Their efforts seem to work until power goes out in the hospital, forcing Jamil to find a generator to continue the procedure before Weaver dies. Jamil comes through and the procedure cures Weaver.


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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Jack Guzman on "Dexter" (2012)

Jack Guzman (Danny, Wild Force) recently appeared on the crime drama "Dexter." Guzman guest starred as a prisoner named Quinones in the seventh season episode "Do the Wrong Thing." Quinones interacts with fellow prisoner, Isaak Sirko, a strip club owner with evil intentions who finds himself behind bars after a crime spree thwarted by the police & Dexter. He finds enemies in a Columbian gang, which sends Quinones to get some revenge for past crimes against them, but Sirko turns the tables on Guzman's character, breaking his wrist in the process. He warns him and his gang to keep their distance or get even worse when he calls upon his own reinforcements. Given the threats, and his injury, Quinones agrees to leave Sirko alone. Guzman has several lines, but appears in only one extended scene, opposite guest star Ray Stevenson.




Season 7 of "Dexter" currently airs on SHOWTIME

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