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It’s been a while since we heard about plans to possibly resurrect “Heroes”, and it doesn’t appear as if any updates will be forthcoming soon. But ahead of the upcoming Comic Con, maybe we’re finally getting some movement — albeit not the kind we were probably hoping for.
Breaking news, “Heroes” fans! According to TVLine, MSN is actively in talks to revive the show as a new original series on Xbox! Details on what MSN/Xbox have planned are a bit muddled right now, but apparently the idea is to introduce new characters in the same universe, with appearances by the original castmembers.
Whoa. Here’s Peter Petrelli (aka Milo Ventimiglia) in the new vampire movie “Kiss of the Damned”. I think it’s safe to say that you’ve never seen the younger Petrelli Brother quite like this before… Warning: the trailer below is called a “Red Band” trailer, which means it has sex and blood, so watch at your own discretion, young readers.
Besides his regular stint on “Hawaii Five-O”, Masi Oka has found time to do movies. His latest is 2011′s “Searching for Sonny”, in which he plays a guy who goes missing. You don’t really see a whole lot of him in the trailer, but hey, he is basically at the center of the movie, so I’m guessing he’ll at least have something to do in the movie. Check out the trailer below.
Looks like there’s a “Heroes” reunion going on on the set of “The Lifeguard”, an indie film starring Kristen Bell as “a reporter on the verge of 30 who abandons her life in New York City, returns home to get her high school job as a lifeguard, and starts a dangerous relationship with a 16-year-old delinquent.” No word on what character Sendhil Ramamurthy will play in the movie, but he’s coming off the USA Network show “Covert Affairs”, where he was recently killed off in the season premiere.
In which Hayden Panettiere sings. Country music, apparently. Hunh. The show will be premiering this Fall on ABC. It co-stars Connie Britton of “Friday Night Lights”, Eric Close (“Without a Trace”), Powers Boothe, Jonathan Jackson, Burgess Jenkins, Robert Wisdom and Clare Bowen.
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With all the former Heroes cast landing new shows (Ali Larter in CIA drama “The Asset”, Masi Oka on “Hawaii Five-O”, Milo Ventimiglia on L.A. Noir), I’ve been wondering what everyone’s favorite cheerleader Hayden Panettiere has been doing with her time. Turns out, she’s been auditioning, too, and has now landed the female lead in the new show “Nashville”.
Since “Heroes” went off the air, Milo Ventimiglia has been spending a lot of time in the movies. Looks like he’s ready to get back into the swing of daily TV, as the trades report that Milo has landed one of the male leads in the new TNT period drama “L.A. Noir” from “The Walking Dead” producer/writer/director Frank Darabont.
A trio of casting updates for some “Heroes” actors who have landed jobs elsewhere.
As some of you may already know, Masi Oka is a regular on the CBS show “Hawaii Five-0″, but it looks like he’s expanding into movies again. Oka will produce a live-action version of the Japanese manga/anime “Bleach” for Warner Bros. with his “Get Smart” director Peter Segal. (via Variety)
So yeah, no news on the Heroes front since we stopped regularly updating the site with new content what, about two years ago or thereabouts? All the actors have found other gigs, along with all the producers/writers, including of course show creator Tim Kring. (Watch his Touch on FOX if you get the chance.)