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EXCLUSIVE: Dexter and Limitless actress Jennifer Carpenter has been cast in the indie film Brawl in Cell Block 99 opposite Vince Vaughn. Written and directed by S. Craig Zahler (Bone Tomahawk), the story follows Bradley, a former boxer who loses his job as an auto mechanic as his troubled marriage is about to end. Feeling that he has no better option than to work for an old buddy as a drug courier, he enters into that line of work. That improves his situation until he finds himself in a gunfight between a group of police officers and his own ruthless allies. Bradley is badly hurt and thrown in prison, where his enemies force him to commit acts of violence that turn the place into a savage battleground.
Dallas Sonnier and Jack Heller will produce for Caliber Media. XYZ Films will executive produce. The picture will begin shooting next month on Staten Island.
Carpenter is repped by WME and Untitled Entertainment.
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Their love is limitless! Actress Jennifer Carpenter and rocker Seth Avett quietly tied the knot over Memorial Day weekend, their reps exclusively confirm in the latest issue of Us Weekly. The North Carolina ceremony was “small and private,” says a source close to the parents of 1-year-old son Isaac. “They’re incredibly happy to be married.”
The Limitless star, 36, and the Avett Brothers frontman, 35, first met at a concert in 2009 and shared a long friendship before things turned romantic. (Carpenter was previously married to her former Dexter costar Michael C. Hall from 2008 to 2011, and Avett was married to Susan Avett from 2008 to 2013.)
In June 2013, after Avett split from his wife, Us exclusively confirmed that the actress and musician had started dating. The couple announced their engagement — and that they were expecting their first child together — in February last year. “They have a similar sense of humor,” adds a pal. “They’re a good match.”
The insider also notes that Carpenter “loves music and has always been a big supporter of the band.” While they kept the wedding under wraps, Avett hinted at the happy occasion onstage. At a June 3 concert in Baltimore, an onlooker said “Seth flashed his ring to the crowd!”
Recent photos on the Avett Brothers Instagram page also show the musician wearing a wedding band.
Showrunner Craig Sweeney noted that the reboot of the feature film will “not continue on any platform.” It’s official: CBS’ Limitless will not live on to see a second season.
Days after CBS president Glenn Geller told reporters that producers were trying to find a home for the second season of the feature film reboot, showrunner Craig Sweney took to Twitter to announce the fate of his series.
“I’m truly sad to report that #Limitless will not continue on any platform. Thanks so much to everyone who watched,” he wrote.
Sources say producers CBS Television Studios had taken Limitless to Amazon and Netflix, with both streaming services now opting to pass on picking up the series for a second season.
The freshman drama averaged a 2.4 rating among adults 18-49 with impressive DVR numbers factored in, but its live-plus-same-day stats (1.4) placed it well behind that of Tuesday night counterparts NCIS (2.2) and NCIS: New Orleans (1.8). With all three NCIS shows returning as well as cop dramas Training Day and MacGyver, CBS has opted to see if it can improve on Limitless’ performance.
The news comes as the Jake McDormand and Jennifer Carpenter starrer had a fair amount of critical support. The Hollywood Reporter’s TV critic Daniel Fienberg called it one of TV’s most “creative procedurals.”
Overall, CBS’ 2015-16 freshman class finishes 3 for 7, with the network also cancelling Rush Hour and comedy Angel From Hell while renewing Life in Pieces, Code Black and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. Supergirl was canceled but will move to The CW for season two.
The procedural based on the movie is more than likely done at CBS.
Sometimes IP just isn’t enough.
Fresh off cancelling Rush Hour, CBS appears poised to drop fellow film-to-TV reboot Limitless, with executives telling press during its pre-upfront breakfast that the procedural is being shopped elsewhere by producers CBS Television Studios.
“Right now we’re in discussions with other potential buyers so I’d rather not comment on that at the moment,” CBS president Glenn Geller told reporters, declining to say the series has officially been canceled.
The decision to likely drop Limitless comes after CBS Corp. CEO Les Moonves was bullish about nearly all of the network’s first-year shows back in March. But enlisting Bradley Cooper, who starred in the 2011 film on which the show was based, as an executive producer and recurring guest star didn’t provide the fireworks the network was no doubt banking on for a blockbuster film star and three-time Oscar nominee.
The drama averaged a 2.4 rating among adults 18-49 with impressive DVR numbers factored in, but it’s live-plus-same-day stats (1.4) placed it well behind that of Tuesday night counterparts NCIS (2.2) and NCIS: New Orleans (1.8). With all three NCIS shows returning as well as cop dramas in Training Day and MacGyver, CBS has opted to gamble to see if it can improve on Limitless’ performance.
While the Jake McDormand and Jennifer Carpenter starrer likely won’t be back on CBS, the series did receive a fair amount of critical support. THR’s TV critic Daniel Fienberg called it one of TV’s most “creative procedurals.”
Overall, CBS’ freshman class finishes at 3-for-7, with the network also cancelling comedy Angel From Hell and renewing Life in Pieces, Code Black and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders with Supergirl canceled and moving to The CW for season two.