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Even though most viewers were relieved that ABC cancelled Castle, it doesn’t mean they don’t miss all the people who were involved with the show. After all the characters – and thus the actors – have been a part of their lives for years. As the entertainment industry gears up for its 2016-17 season – without Castle – here’s where you can find some of your Castle favorites.
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This guy certainly hasn’t let any grass grow under his feet! He and pal Alan Tudyk were already in play for a season 2 of their successful web series Con Man.
Most recently, the two were at San Diego Comic Con promoting the series. You can watch one of their SDCC interviews about season 2 here.
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Fillion will also be appearing on ABC’s Modern Family! Deadline reports that his recurring role is that of a local weatherman named “Rainor Shine (as in rain or shine).” who becomes involved with the Dunphy family. Comedy is a Fillion strength, so we know this is a great fit!
The actress has been keeping things low-key and out of the spotlight. However, she has been posting fun and beautiful pictures on her Instagram while spending time in places like New York City and overseas in Belgrade, Serbia. (Check out her photos of this stunning city!) Considering that she’s got three indie films coming out this fall, taking this much-needed break is not just fun, it’s practical.
As for when exactly these movies come out, this is what’s known thus far:
Lost in Florence was originally titled “The Tourist.” Written and directed by Evan Oppenheimer, it will be in theatres September 15. Check out the official trailer!
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Sister Cities just world premiered at the Traverse City Film Festival. The film is adapted from the critically acclaimed Colette Freedman play. Here’s a short...
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