Heavenly (2011 TV Movie)
The Underground Film Journal’s Executive Editor, Mike Everleth, attended a special screening on March 16 during the movie’s opening weekend, at which filmmaker Folino and stars Bell, Katt and Howard were in attendance. The photo above and those in the gallery below were all taken at this event.
Folino previously solo directed the award-winning indie comedy Gamers, which the Journal was a fan and supporter of back in the day. (Gamers is also currently streaming on Amazon.)
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Cohan's major movie debut was the 2005 film "Casanova" as 'Sister Beatrice'. In 2006, she starred in "National Lampoon's Van Wilder: The Rise of Taj" playing the role of 'Charlotte Higginson'. Her next role was in the 2007 film "Float". In February 2010 she was cast in "Death Race 2".
She has also guest starred on "Modern Family", "CSI: NY", "Cold Case", "Life" and "The Bold and the Beautiful".
Cohan also starred in a pilot for The CW called "Heavenly" in which she played an attorney who teams up with an angel.
She was cast in the second season of the AMC television series "The Walking Dead" in the recurring role of 'Maggie Greene,
Secret Circle, a show also based on another series by The Vampire Diaries author, L.J. Smith, stars Britt Robertson (Life Unexpected), Thomas Dekker (Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles), Natasha Henstridge (Drop Dead Diva, Eli Stone), and Phoebe Tonkin (Smallville).
Awakening was a series described as The Vampire Diaries meets The Walking Dead by Canadian writer-producers William Laurin and Glenn Davis (The Listener).
Heavenly was a show that followed a former angel and an attorney who team up to save people, starring Lauren Cohan (Chuck, The Vampire Diaries) and Ben Aldridge (Lark Rise to Candleford).
Buzz is already strong for several projects (for more on the hot ones, click here). But every year, we always wonder what diamond-in-the-rough was left on the cutting room
The Doctor (Rina Mimoun, David Nutter). A mother (Christine Lahti) reconnects with her adult children when
[Above: Lauren Cohan in middle between Sarah and Chuck]
Cohan has guest starred as broker/thief of supernatural objects, Bela Talbot, in the CW’s Supernatural and the vampire, Rose, in the CW’s The Vampire Diaries. She is currently guest starring in NBC’s Chuck as Vivian McArthur, baddie Volkoff’s (Timothy Dalton) estranged daughter.
[Above: Ben Aldridge, Ryan Eggold, Elizabeth Ho]
Also cast in Heavenly is Ryan Eggold (90210) who will play Owen Moretti, “a
They are joined by Deputy District Attorney Sasha Nouri (Melissa & George’s Elizabeth Ho) and guided by pastor Owen Moretti (90210′s Ryan Eggold.) The pilot is being written by Richard Hatem (Supernatural, The Dead Zone).
Heavenly has broad similarities to the currently in-development British series Eternal Law, from the co-creators of Life On Mars, which also concerns angels sent to Earth to become lawyers. Coincidence, I’m sure, but does the idea of angels tackling a profession commonly linked to demons appeal to you? It seems to be what’s in vogue just now…
"Gossip Girl" vet Kevin Zegers is moving from the Upper East Side to "Georgetown," Josh Schwartz's new pilot for ABC. Zegers has landed a lead role opposite James Wolk in the DC-based drama; He'll play Monty, a handsome and incredibly wealthy young stockbroker from a well-connected family. He is an old rival of Wolk's Andrew and just proposed to an old girlfriend of Andrew's.
"The Vampire Diaries" and "Chuck" actress Lauren Cohan has landed the lead role in The CW's "Heavenly." Also set to star in the pilot is "90210" star Ryan Eggold who is leaving the show at the end of this season.
Cohan will play Lily, a dedicated young attorney who teams up with a former angel, Dashiel (Ben Aldridge), to tackle cases at a legal aid clinic. The tagline? She saves
Supernatural and Vampire Diaries star Cohan has landed the female lead in the CW’s pilot Heavenly, for which Eggold (90210) has also secured a major role.
Heavenly will center on Lily (Cohan), a dedicated young female attorney, and a former angel, Dashiel Coffee (Ben Aldridge), who only recently turned human.
Short version: They tackle cases at the attorney’s legal aid clinic, saving souls and winning legal battles. Eggold will play a pastor Dashiel seeks counsel from.
Meanwhile, Gossip Girl's Zegers will appear alongside Jimmy Wolk in Georgetown.
In the upcoming ABC series, Andrew Pierce (Wolk) is an effortlessly charming and brilliant Yale graduate and the youngest Presidential speechwriter on record.
Zegers, familiar to Gossip Girl fans as Damien,
Cohan should be recognizable to CW fans. She was a recurring character in season 3 of Supernatural and then appeared in several episodes of The Vampire Diaries this season.
Cohan will be playing Lily in Heavenly, a young attorney who teams up with a former angel, Dashiel Coffee (played by Ben Aldridge), who's been recently turned human. The two of them will work together on cases for a legal aid clinic. If you watch Supernatural, then think of Heavenly as the Castiel show (if he was made human), but with lawyers. Chances are Dashiel will have the whole "fish out of water" personality thing going on, what with being an angel for so long. 90210's Ryan Eggold
Supernatural and Vampire Diaries star Lauren Cohan has landed the female lead in the CW’s supernatural-themed drama pilot Heavenly. Exiting 90210 teach Ryan Eggold also has been tapped for a major role in the project. Gossip Girl‘s Kevin Zegers, meanwhile, has been cast opposite Jimmy Wolk in ABC’s Georgetown.
Heavenly centers on Lily (Cohan), a dedicated young female attorney, and a former angel, Dashiel Coffee (Ben Aldridge), only recently turned human, who tackle cases at the attorney
The CW's fall pilots possess a few clear themes, as it was released this week and President Dawn Ostroff says her network "will premiere our strongest schedule ever this fall, with a combination of hit shows and exciting new series giving us all-original programming five nights a week for the first time."
Two sisters (Lucy Griffiths and Meredith Hagner) face off during a zombie uprising. Also starring Brian Hallisay.
Cooper and Stone
Stars Alex Breckenridge and Riley Smith as a pair of close friends and Chicago homicide detectives.
Based on the three-book series from The Vampire Diaries author L.J. Smith. Stars Britt Robertson as a young witch who holds the key to a battle between good and evil.
Hart of Dixie
Rachel Bilson plays a New York City doctor whoinherits a small medical practice in the South. Produced by Gossip Girl
Ostroff has run CW since 2006, when it became joint venture between Warner Bros., and CBS. She’s been bi-coastal for the last five years.
For now, Ostroff told EW that her
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