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Shane Brennan talks season finale to TV Fanatic
Filed Under: NCIS Los Angeles, News • Posted on May 8th, 2013 by Colleen • No Comments

TV Fanatic: Let’s start with King & Maxwell. What are the different challenges in creating the show based on the David Baldacci books? An NCIS spinoff is one thing but this is coming from a different – and very popular – source.
Shane Brennan: David Baldacci has sold over 130 million books around the world, and a whole bunch of those are based on King & Maxwell. It would be pretty crazy of me to adapt those books and give my particular take on King & Maxwell. It has to be David’s take so the audience will recognize it. Otherwise, the audience who love the characters in the novels will be critical of the characters on the screen. It’s very challenging.
Baldacci actually has said so publicly [that] we have surpassed his great hope that these characters would translate to the screen, and you can thank Rebecca [Romijn] and Jon [Tenney] for that. They are astonishing as King & Maxwell.
TVF: Let’s move over to NCIS: Los Angeles, which of course has another couple that everyone’s rooting for to get together, the whole Kensi-Deeks relationship. Can you talk a little about what’s coming for them in the finale.
SB: It is one of the powerful season finales we’ve done because of what’s at stake. Anyone who’s watched the season knows that there are a bunch of nuclear weapons about to be sold on to the market and all that comes to a head in the finale…because there’s so much jeopardy because the stakes are so much higher, you find characters doing things that they wouldn’t normally do. Under that pressure, we certainly see hints of something unexpected, something that the audience has perhaps wanted to see but it comes in a surprising way. It provides a moment…let me say, a bittersweetness to the Kensi-Deeks relationship in this last episode of the season.

Read more tv spoilers at: http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/05/shane-brennan-teases-ncis-los-angeles-finale-spinoff-and-more/#ixzz2SfKR5h00



LL Cool J scheduled to be a guest on Jimmy Fallon 5/10
Filed Under: NCIS Los Angeles, News • Posted on May 4th, 2013 by Colleen • No Comments

Mark it down and set the DVR – LL is scheduled to be a guest Jimmy Fallon on the 10th of May!



More NCIS LA “Descent” Episode Stills
Filed Under: Gallery Updates, NCIS Los Angeles • Posted on May 2nd, 2013 by Colleen • No Comments

I’ve added the rest of the stills to the gallery.


NCIS Los Angeles Fan Gallery > Show > Season 4 > Episode Stills



Daniela Ruah on KTLA – Interview
Filed Under: News • Posted on May 2nd, 2013 by Colleen • No Comments

Watch the most recent interview Daniela did HERE talking about NCIS LA and Proof



Barrett Foa doing “The Music Man” at Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s Summer Season
Filed Under: NCIS Los Angeles, News • Posted on May 1st, 2013 by Colleen • No Comments

Connecticut Repertory Theatre (CRT) will present three great musicals in its 2013 Nutmeg Summer Series, June 6 – July 21 in the Harriet S. Jorgensen Theatre, Storrs. For tickets and information, call 860-486-2113 or visit www.crt.uconn.edu. All performances will be in the Harriet S. Jorgensen Theatre, Storrs.

The 2013 Nutmeg Summer Series will kick off with Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak, returning from his performance last summer as Felix Ungar in The Odd Couple, to play The Man in the Chair in the hit Broadway musical, The Drowsy Chaperone. He will be joined by Broadway star and popular CRT performer Liz Larsen, who will play The Drowsy Chaperone. Ms. Larsen played one of the Pigeon Sisters in last summer’s popular production of The Odd Couple.

The second show of the season will be Stephen Sondheim’s irreverent and musically brilliant A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, starring another CRT favorite, Steve Hayes as the wily slave Pseudolus. Steve Hays played the Modern Major General in last summer Pirates of Penzance, and Horton in CRT’s 2011 summer production of Seussical the Musical.

The final show of summer will be MerEdith Wilson legendary musical, The Music Man, starring Barrett Foa, who plays Eric Beale in the hit TV series, NCIS: Los Angeles as band uniform salesman and drafty con artist Harold Hill. Barrett Foa will join the townspeople of River City, Iowa in one of America’s greatest, most beloved musicals.

Read more about Pat Sajak, Barrett Foa and More Set for Connecticut Repertory Theatre’s Summer Season by broadwayworld.com



NCIS LA “Raven & The Swans” Screencaps
Filed Under: Gallery Updates, NCIS Los Angeles • Posted on May 1st, 2013 by Colleen • No Comments




NCIS Los Angeles Fan Gallery > Show > Season 4 > 4.22 Raven & The Swans Screencaps




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