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On Sunday’s episode of True Blood, Lafayette (Nelsan Ellis) hooked up with James (Nathan Parsons). For anyone watching the final season, this was a longtime coming. I hope a sexier, steamier session is in store in the coming weeks.

In a recent interview with Vulture.com, Ellis blasts his former co-star Luke Grimes (top right) who played James last season. Grimes mysteriously quit the show a few months ago citing creative differences. Some also thought Luke shooting Fifty Shades of Grey conflicted with the HBO show. It appears though, Grimes left (allegedly) due to being uncomfortable kissing another dude on screen. Read what Ellis has to say about both Parsons and Grimes below.

read what he says after the jump

Lucy Lawless Joins Marvel’s Agents Of SHIELD

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Holy Xena Warrior Princess!!! Lucy Lawless is ready to kick butt once again.

TV Guide has discovered that the 46-year-old actress is joining Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD for its sophomore run. Being as tight-lipped as they typically have, the showrunners haven’t disclosed anything about Lawless’ mysterious role. Hopefully, they’ll share a few juicy details during the show’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Friday.

Since playing Xena, the Kiwi actress has maintained her geek street cred. She’s appeared on Battlestar Galactica, Spartacus and No Ordinary Family.

Excited for Lawless to enter the Marvel universe? Anyone else hoping a future showdown between her character and Ming-na Wen? Weigh in below.

Wentworth Miller Joins The Flash

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His return to acting wasn’t just lip service. Wentworth Miller is serious about stepping in front of the camera once again. He just signed on to join The CW’s The Flash. Since his breakout role in Prison Break, Miller has only appeared a handful of times on television. His return is long overdue. Find out his role below.

find out what character after the jump

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It appears Lifetime’s Aaliyah biopic is back on. The network put production on hold when Zendaya dropped out of the project. The 17-year-old actress received plenty of criticism from online haters saying she wasn’t black enough. Though vague about her decision to leave at the time of her departure, Zendaya explained her reasoning today via Instagram.

“Let me just explain something. The reason why I chose not to do the Aaliyah movie had nothing to do with the haters or people telling me that I couldn’t do it, I wasn’t talented enough, or I wasn’t black enough. It had absolutely nothing to do with that.

The main reason is that the production value wasn’t there, there were complications with the music rights, and I just felt like it wasn’t being handled delicately considering the situation.

And I tried my best to reach out to the family on my own, and I wrote a letter, but I was unable to do so; therefore, I felt not really morally okay with moving forward with the project.

With all that being said, congratulations to the new woman playing Aaliyah; I only hope she does not have to deal with half the hate that I had to deal with. And remember that we are all human beings trying to do what we love to do. Let’s practice motivation and love; not discrimination and hate. All right?” – Zendaya

Speaking of the new woman tapped to play Aaliyah, Wendy Williams revealed the lucky woman to play the “Try Again” singer. Why Williams? The talk show host has been added as an executive producer, joining Debra Martin Chase. Sounds like Wendy’s exec producer title is just a vanity one for the sole purpose of generating buzz for Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B (working title). Find out Zendaya’s replacement below.

find out who the replacement after the jump

True Blood Actress Joins Netflix’s Daredevil

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When True Blood meets its true death in a few weeks, one cast member won’t be unemployed for too long. Deborah Ann Woll, who plays vampire Jessica, already has a new gig lined up. The 29-year-old is swapping out supernaturals for superheroes.

The True Blood actress has been tapped to take the female lead in the upcoming Netflix drama, Daredevil. Woll will play Karen Page, the on-again/off-again love interest to the titular blind crimefighter played by Charlie Cox. She joins previously announced cast members Vincent D’Onofrio, Rosario Dawson, Elden Henson and Peter Shinkoda on the Marvel series.

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Previously, it was announced James Franco would play ex-gay activist Michael Glatze in Michael. The film executive produced by Gus Van Sant is based on the New York Times Magazine article by Benoit Denizet-Lewis titled “My Ex-Gay Friend.”

“This isn’t just a story about an ‘ex-gay,’” director Justin Kelly said. “It’s actually a very relatable story about the power of belief and the desire to belong.”

Michael tells the story of a man who was once considered a leader in the LGBT community but later rejected his homosexuality to become a Christian minister. Glatze founded Young Gay America (YGA) magazine and edited the teen-twink glossy, XY. The controversial figure also made a documentary film, Jim in Bold, which discussed gay teen suicide.

check out who else is playing an ex lover after the jump

NBC Taps Christopher Walken For Peter Pan Musical

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NBC’s next live musical event finally has its first cast member. The network announced Christopher Walken’s addition during the Television Critics’ Association’s summer press tour on Sunday. Walken will play none other than Captain Hook in the network’s production of Peter Pan.

The 71-year-old actor is known mostly for his dramatic work but he’s worked in musicals before, appearing in both Hairspray and Jersey Boys, though he doesn’t sing in the latter. Here’s what NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt told reporters.

“He might really be a song and dance man at heart. He’s fearless as a comedic actor and always comes to play.”

“I guarantee you he’s going to bring his own spin to Captain Hook,” added the exec. “He might be the first tap dancing Captain Hook.”

read Walken’s thoughts after the jump

Robbie Amell Joins Arrow Spinoff The Flash

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Robbie Amell wasn’t in the unemployment line for very long. Even though The CW canceled The Tomorrow People, network execs are smart enough to know they have a star on their hands. Wisely, they quickly snatched the 26-year-old actor for another program on their schedule.

Amell is joining The Flash on a recurring basis. He’ll play Ronnie Raymond aka Firestorm and make his first appearance during the third episode. With Robbie now part of the DC universe, fingers crossed he appears with his cousin Stephen Amell during a special Arrow-Flash crossover episode. Shirtless preferably ;)

“Geoff Johns, Andrew Kreisberg and myself designed the pilot and series to include Ronnie (aka Firestorm) — and to actually have someone with Robbie’s talent playing the role is beyond exciting. We can’t wait for viewers and fans of the character to check it out,” – executive producer Greg Berlanti

learn more about Firestorm and watch extended trailer after the jump

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