Julian laat op zijn instgramaccount weten dat de opnames van ‘F.B.I. Most Wanted’ zijn begonnen :)
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Julian’s nieuwe serie ‘F.B.I Most Wanted’ is vernieuwd voor een tweede seizoen door zender CBS. Wanneer het nieuwe seizoen zal beginnen is nog niet bekend, er bestaat een kans dat door de het coronavirus opnames later kunnen beginnen.
Ik heb screencaptures toegevoegd de laatst uitgezonden afleveringen van Julian’s nieuwe serie ‘F.B.I Most Wanted’. Er staan nog wat afleveringen op de planning om te worden uitgezonden het is mij niet bekend of de opnames vertraging hebben opgelopen door het coronavirus.
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It’s been a few years since actor Julian McMahon committed to a weekly television series — ten to be exact. But that changed when he landed the plumb lead role in CBS’ Dick Wolf-helmed drama FBI: Most Wanted, a spin-off from the hit FBI … and the next step in Wolf building a remarkable third multi-series franchise (after the many Law & Order programs and the formidable Wednesday night Chicago trilogy, all of them on NBC). McMahon plays Jess Lacroix, a seasoned agent who oversees a highly skilled mobile undercover unit that is in constant pursuit of seriously nasty bad guys.
For McMahon, best known for his seven-year stint as playboy plastic surgeon Christian Troy on FX’s Nip/Tuck (2003-2010), the decision to trade designer suits for an FBI uniform, and commit to another ongoing series, hinged on two words – – Dick Wolf. “When you get something from Dick Wolf, it’s not something you just casually look at,” he noted during a recent interview with MediaVillage. “Just look at what he’s done, and on top of that, from a personal standpoint, he’s been doing it for a long time. He knows how to run a production. He starts at one point and finishes at another. I’ve been on a lot of productions where things go a little haywire and the next thing you’re there for 20 hours a day.
“It’s tough keeping that kind of schedule going,” he continued. “So that was another big part of it. I [also] get along really well with the guys at CBS, so there was a combination of a lot of things that contributed to my desire to do this.”
After limiting work life to California for the better part of the last 18 years and raising his daughter, McMahon was also looking for a change of scenery. “I was looking for something stable in doing FBI, something that would [maybe] take me out of California for a little while,” he explained. “Raising my daughter put a restriction on where I worked, and I was kind of just looking to get out. I mean I love California, and I could spend the rest of my life here, but I’ve spent most of my life here and wanted to do something different.”
Good news, “Charmed” fans: If the cast were to do a reunion movie at Netflix — something Alyssa Milano recently said she’s been talking about with former co-star Holly Marie Combs — Julian McMahon “would love” to reprise his role as Cole Turner/Balthazar.
“Well, if they brought in the character Balthazar, I don’t think you’d want anybody else to play him, that’s for sure,” the “FBI: Most Wanted” star told TheWrap, following a panel for the new CBS series during the Television Critics Association press tour Sunday.
“Yeah, I would love to,” he continued. “I had such a great time on that show. I mean, I came on that show, I think it was six episodes I was meant to be on the show and I stayed for three years. So that’s how much I enjoyed it. So yeah, for sure. And I think it was the 150th episode I went back for? Oh, I’d do that in a heartbeat.”
Talk of a “Charmed” Netflix movie began back in October, when Milano brought up the potential project during an interview with Access Daily.
“I mean, Holly and I talk about ‘Charmed’ movies a lot, you know. Because they have the new ‘Charmed,’ which is on The CW, and it’s a very different storyline…” Milano said.
“But we have been talking about maybe doing some films for Netflix,” she added. “And so I think that would be really fun, and I think it’s a great way to celebrate our fans that have stuck with us for such a long time but still give it new blood.”
Representatives for CBS TV Studios, which has the rights to the show, and Netflix did not respond to TheWrap’s request for comment at the time.
“Charmed” ran for eight seasons from 1998-2006 on The WB and later on The CW. Milano and Combs starred on the magical drama as sisters Phoebe and Piper Halliwell, respectively, with Shannen Doherty playing their eldest sister, Prue, on Seasons 1-3. Rose McGowan took over as the third lead in Season 4, cast in the role of Paige, their half-sister.
McMahon joined the series in Season 3 as Phoebe’s love interest, the half-demon, half-human Cole Turner/Balthazar.
Ik heb foto’s en screencaptures toegevoegd van Shannen en Julian’s gezamelijk film ‘Another Day’ uit 2001.
De eerste stills van Julian’s nieuwe serie ‘F.B.I. Most Wanted’ zijn verschenen en toegevoegd in de galerij. De serie is volgend jaar te zien op de amerikaanse TV.
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Julian’s nieuwe serie ‘FBI: The Most Wanted’ is een feit. CBS heeft laten weten er een serie van te willen maken na de back-door pilot is de serie ‘FBI’. In de spin-off zal Julian o.a. te zien zijn naar ‘Twilight’ acteur Kellan Lutz en Alana De La Garza uit ‘Law & Order’. De serie zal waarschijnlijk aankomende herfst beginnen op de zender.
Julian is vandaag te zien in een aflevering van de CBS serie ‘F.B.I.’, deze zal de backdoor pilot zijn van de spin-off van de serie waarin hij te zien zal zijn. Enkele foto’s staan al in de galerij.
De serie ‘Runaways’ waarin Julian een rol heeft zal terugkeren voor een derde seizoen, of en in hoeveel afleveringen hij te zien zal zijn is nog niet bekend.
Hulu’s first Marvel TV effort Runaways has proved a success so far, and now there’s even more good news for the teen superheroes.
That’s right – the show has just been renewed for a third season.
It’s been confirmed that season three will arrive with 10 new episodes, which comes less than two months after the premiere of the second season.
The show is based on Brian K Vaughan and Adrian Alphona’s comic book series and follows a group of six teenagers from different backgrounds. However, they must unite and fight against a common enemy – their criminal parents, who happen to be supervillains in a collective known as Pride.
The show’s executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage have now promised to delve deeper into that world, saying that the third season will be a “magical time” for the show.
“We are so excited to tell more Runaways stories and are so grateful to Marvel, Hulu, our amazing cast and crew and of course our passionate audience,” Schwartz and Savage said in a statement.
“Season 3 will be a magical time on Runaways, as we deepen our connection to the Marvel universe. We are honoured to continue to play in the sandbox created by Brian K Vaughn and Adrian Alphona.”
“Thank you, Hulu! We’re thrilled that Marvel’s Runaways is back for its third season,” he added. “Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage and the amazing writers have something epic in store for our terrific cast.”
Julian is gecast in de spin-off van de CBS serie ‘FBI’. In de nieuwe serie die ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ zal de hoofdrol gaan spelen, zijn personage Jess LaCroix zal het hoofd zijn van de afdeling die Amerika’s meest gezochte criminelen probeert te vinden. In de lente zal er een zogenoemde back-door Pilot te zien zijn in het huidige seizoen van ‘FBI’!
Julian McMahon has been cast in the lead role of the planned “FBI” spinoff currently in the works at CBS, Variety has confirmed.
The new series would be titled “FBI: Most Wanted.” It would follow the division of the FBI tasked with tracking and capturing the notorious criminals on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. It will air as a planted spinoff episode, or backdoor pilot, of “FBI” that will be broadcast in spring 2019. The project has received a series commitment from the network.
McMahon will play Jess LaCroix, described as an “agent’s agent” who is at the top of his game, and oversees the team from the FBI’s Most Wanted Unit, which is assigned the most extreme and egregious cases.
McMahon recently starred in the Marvel-Hulu series “Runaways” and is known for his time as one of the two leads on the FX drama “Nip/Tuck.” His other television roles include “Charmed,” “Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency,” and “Profiler.” He also starred in the 2005 “Fantastic Four” film and its sequel “Rise of the Silver Surfer.”
He is repped by ICM, MGMT Entertainment, and Bloom Hergott Diemer.
“Most Wanted” will be written and executive produced by Dick Wolf and Rene Balcer. Balcer has served as a consulting producer on “FBI” and has previously collaborated with Wolf on multiple iterations of the “Law & Order” franchise. “FBI” executive producers Arthur W. Forney and Peter Jankowski will also executive produce “Most Wanted” with Fred Berner directing the initial episode. Berner has previously produced and directed for several “Law & Order” shows as well as the “Chicago” shows. Like “FBI,” Wolf Films and Universal Television will produce in association with CBS Television Studios
Julian heeft zich in een recent interview uitgelaten over wat hij zou vinden van een eventuele reboot van de serie ‘Nip/Tuck’ waar hij 6 jaar lang in te zien was. Vooralsnog zijn hiervoor nog geen plannen.
Julian McMahon may be best known at the moment as the mysterious and powerful Jonah in Marvel’s Runaways series, but way back when (in 2003, to be precise) he was better known as plastic surgeon Dr Christian Troy in Nip/Tuck.
And, in good news for the writers and broadcasters currently caught up in the renewal and revival series trend, McMahon reckons that a revival of Nip/Tuck would be “fascinating”.
Speaking to Digital Spy, the actor reflected on how the series started “right at the precipice of the plastic surgery industry”, and added that he still finds his character “pretty interesting”.
“It’d be pretty fascinating to pick up those guys this far into it, with what’s happening now,” he said.
“And those characters – that’s one of the most extraordinary characters I’ve ever seen, Christian Troy. And I don’t see why we couldn’t see him at any stage of his life. I find him pretty interesting.”
McMahon also added that when he read the script for the show – from American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy, fact fans – he knew he had to play the part.
“When I first read the script, I had to play that guy. I could see it and I could feel it. It felt like part of my system,” he continued.
“They didn’t want me to play that part. That was a really difficult job for me to get. But I was so determined to play that part that I just wasn’t going to give up on it.”
Nip/Tuck ultimately aired for six seasons between 2003 and 2010, while McMahon’s current series Runaways is about to head into its second season, with the actor promising that the new run will be very faithful to the comic books.
“It was almost like, the first season was a prologue, and now we’re getting into where the comic book starts to run,” he told us. “Season two, I think, is pretty faithful to the comic book.”
Marvel’s Runaways season 2 premieres on Wednesday, January 2 at 9pm on SYFY. In the US, the second season begins streaming on Hulu on Friday, December 21.