“Bride Hard” Cast: Anna Camp, Justin Hartley & More Join Rebel Wilson Comedy

According to Deadline, Pitch Perfect alum Anna Camp, Justin Hartley (This Is Us), Anna Chlumsky (My Girl), Stephen Dorff (Blade), Gigi Zumbado (The Rookie), and Da’Vine Joy Randolph (The Idol) have joined the upcoming spy comedy Bride Hard. The film will reunite Camp with lead star Rebel Wilson, who will be starring as a secret agent.

Bride Hard is one of the independent movies that was given a waiver by SAG-AFTRA to continue with its filming despite the ongoing actors strike. Production on the project had just recently wrapped in Savannah, GA. While filming an action sequence, Wilson got into a stunt accident and sustained an injury to the face.

Bride Hard is directed by Simon West from a screenplay written by Shaina Steinberg, based on a story from Steinberg and CeCe Pleasants. The film is produced by Joel David Moore and Max Osswald for Balcony 9, alongside Cassian Elwes, Colleen Camp, and Jason Ross.

In the film, Wilson’s Sam is a badass secret agent, “who has been tasked with one of her hardest missions yet – being a Maid of Honor for her childhood best friend.” However, the wedding was suddenly taken over by a mercenary group.

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Posted by admin on September 1st, 2023

CBS to Premiere New Justin Hartley Drama ‘Tracker’ Behind Super Bowl LVII Next February

Justin Hartley is heading back to the Super Bowl. Hartley’s new CBS drama “Tracker” has landed the best lead-in imaginable for a series premiere: The show has landed the coveted post-Super Bowl slot next season, launching behind Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024.

Hartley, of course, knows a thing or two about that slot. As one of the stars of NBC’s “This Is Us,” he watched a Crock Pot tear his TV family apart in that show’s very special “Super Bowl Sunday” episode, airing right after the big game in 2018.

In premiering “Tracker” after the Super Bowl, CBS continues its return to the once-common practice of using the biggest night on TV to launch a new series. The last time CBS ran the game, in 2021, the network premiered “The Equalizer” behind Super Bowl LV. (It worked: “The Equalizer” is still on the air.) The time before that, in 2019, CBS used Super Bowl LIII to premiere “The World’s Best.” (It didn’t work: “The World’s Best” only lasted a season.)

Last year, Fox used the Super Bowl lead-out slot to run the season premiere of its reality cooking competition “Next Level Chef.”

Other post-Super Bowl airings for CBS in recent years include episodes of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” (2016), “Elementary” (2013), “Undercover Boss” (2010) and “Criminal Minds” (2007).

Originally titled “The Never Game,” “Tracker” was ordered to series back in December. The show has had a long road to air, having first been put into development at CBS in 2021 and ordered to pilot in July 2022. In the show, Hartley as “lone-wolf survivalist Colter Shaw,” who roams the country as a “reward seeker,” using his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and law enforcement solve all manner of mysteries while contending with his own fractured family.

“Tracker” is based on the Jeffery Deaver novel “The Never Game,” and also stars Fiona Rene as Reenie, Robin Weigert as Teddi, Abby McEnany as Velma and Eric Graise as Bobby.

Hartley, Ken Olin, Ben Winters, Hilary Weisman Graham and Jeffrey Deaver are executive producers. Olin directed the pilot from a script written by Winters. The series is produced by Twentieth Television.

“Tracker” airs after the CBS Sports presentation of Super Bowl LVII, airing Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024 from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nev. The big game will be telecast live on both CBS and Paramount+.

The “Tracker” Super Bowl timeslot was announced Wednesday as part of CBS’ fall 2023 reveal; the network opted to announce its schedule a week before the upfronts presentation — as for the first time in decades, the Eye network isn’t showcasing its wares in Carnegie Hall to advertisers during the traditional upfront week. CBS had originally planned to celebrate its fall schedule via an event on Wednesday at Neuehouse Hollywood, but that party was put on hold due to the writers strike.

Posted by admin on May 11th, 2023

CBS Changes Name Of Justin Hartley Drama To “Tracker”

CBS is getting a head start on boosting the profile of its new Justin Hartley drama, now named Tracker.

Previously known as The Never Game, the series is scheduled to air during the 2023-24 broadcast season. But the network’s marketing department under President Mike Benson plans to kick off the drama’s promotional campaign this Thursday during March Madness. Watch a preview below.

“We’ve never had an opportunity like this where we picked up a show so soon so we can start promoting it this soon,” Benson tells Deadline about Tracker, which CBS first committed to piloting in September 2021. The network ordered it to series in December 2022. “There has never been more content, and we really want to make sure we are creating awareness and interest for it. When we have an opportunity to do that, like with March Madness that has an audience we think would be interested, we want to take advantage.”

Tracker follows a lone-wolf survivalist named Colter Shaw (Hartley), who roams the country as a “reward seeker,” using his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and law enforcement solve all manner of mysteries while contending with his own fractured family. Robin Weigert, Abby McEnany, Eric Graise and Fiona Rene also star.

The series is based on the bestselling novel The Never Game by Jeffery Deaver. Although production on Tracker has commenced and there is plenty in the can to draw from, Benson doesn’t want put it all out there for viewers to see.

Posted by admin on March 17th, 2023
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Photos: “A Lot of Nothing” Screen Captures

The gallery has been updated with the screencaptures from Justin Hartley in “A Lot of Nothing” (2023).

Posted by admin on February 27th, 2023
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Videos: Justin Hartley Talks Intense Dark Comedy ‘A Lot of Nothing’

Justin Hartley and Mo McRae stopped by the “Extra” studios to talk with Melvin Robert about their new movie “A Lot of Nothing.”

The dark comedy — in theaters and on demand now — follows a married couple that sees a crime play out on the evening news. They realize their neighbor was involved and decide to take matters into their own hands.

Posted by admin on February 25th, 2023
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‘A Lot of Nothing’ Trailer Sets the Tension High in Mo McRae’s Directorial Debut

RLJE Films has released the official trailer for the upcoming film A Lot of Nothing ahead of its debut on February 3, 2023, in theaters and on video on demand. The new trailer shows a stylish film that delves into the best and worst of humanity as actor Mo McRae (The Flight Attendant, Sons of Anarchy) makes his directorial debut with the project being executive produced by two-time Emmy and Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo(The Water Man).

The film follows James and Noel, played by Y’Ian Noel (Insecure) and Cleopatra Coleman (The Last Man on Earth), a happy couple living in Los Angeles who have their world rocked when they watch a police shooting on the news, only to learn it is their neighbor Brian (Justin Hartley) that was involved. What unfolds is a “highly combustible journey,” as the couple tries to figure out a way to “do something” about it. Noel ends up kidnapping Brian and tying him up in their house, which leads to a night that reflects the best and worst of humanity.

The trailer for the upcoming film shows audiences the kidnapping taking place, as well as the couple’s friends Lex Scott Davis (Rebel) andShamier Anderson (Invasion) coming over to the house for dinner, which puts them all at odds when the truth is revealed and all of their opposing viewpoints on how to address the issue are shown. As per the official synopsis of the film, the movie is set to explore how “our experiences of race, class, family, fear, love, and happiness drive our choices today.”

Posted by admin on January 20th, 2023

Justin Hartley’s The Never Game Ordered to Series at CBS

CBS is 100-percent ready to play The Never Game, having given a series order to Justin Hartley‘s This Is Us follow-up.

Based on the bestselling novel by Jeffery Deaver and on track to debut during the 2023-24 TV season, The Never Game stars Hartley as Colter Shaw, a survivalist who roams the country as a “reward seeker,” using his expert tracking skills to help private citizens and law enforcement solve all manner of mysteries — all while contending with his own fractured family.

The cast also includes Mary McDonnell (Major Crimes) as Mary Dove Shaw, Colter’s strong-willed mother; Robin Weigert (Jessica Jones, Sons of Anarchy) as Teddi Bruin, one half of the couple that runs Colter’s “back end”; Abby McEnany (Work in Progress) as Teddi’s wife and business partner; Eric Graise (Step Up: High Water) as Bob Exley, a brilliant computer scientist and Colter’s reliable sparring partner; and Fiona Rene (Fire Country, Stumptown) as Reenie Greene, a stylist lawyer who wants to be mad at Colter for a previous, mutual lapse in judgment, but against her better judgment continues to represent him.

“I am overjoyed to give the first new show order for next season to this thrilling new series led by the incredibly talented Justin Hartley,” Amy Reisenbach, the new president of CBS Entertainment, said in a statement. “The Never Game is an excellent addition to our already successful drama lineup, and since our viewers love shows with action, intrigue, mystery and complex characters, they will love The Never Game — it delivers on all fronts.”

Hartley will also serve as an executive producer on the Twentieth Television production, alongside Ken Olin and Ben H. Winters (who respectively directed and wrote the pilot).

Posted by admin on December 15th, 2022

Photos: “The Noel Diary” Screen Captures

The gallery has been updated with the screencaptures from Justin Hartley in “The Noel Diary” (2022).

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Posted by admin on November 24th, 2022
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Current Projects
Role: Jake Turner
Status: Completed
The story of a man who returns home on Christmas to settle his estranged mother's estate. Once there, he discovers a diary that may hold secrets to his own past and of a beautiful young woman on a mysterious journey of her own.
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Role: Brian
Status: Completed
James and Vanessa are ostensibly the perfect married couple; beautiful, successful, and smart. Their lives spiral out of control when they decide to seek justice against a neighbor they saw commit a crime on the evening news.
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TRACKER (2023)
Role: Colter Shaw
Status: Pre-Production
Colter Shaw travels the country in his old-school RV to help police and private citizens solve crimes and locate missing persons until his latest case changes everything.
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