Don’t Miss Tonight’s Premiere of Season 2: “Bates Motel” & New Series “Those Who Kill”

this article is reblogged from the RCR article posted here

Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host Paige Sullivan were invited to cover A&E’s Premiere Party for A&E’s Season Two of “Bates Motel” and the Series Premiere of “Those Who Kill” at Warwick, Hollywood.

This article is a combination of videos and info for both Bates Motel and Those Who Kill. Everything you need to know for tonight’s premieres!

The night of the premiere party was a rainy, windy one, feeling like the set of “Bates Motel” and even though the weather did not cooperate, we still were able to speak with Nestor Carbonell, Sheriff Alex Romero on Bates Motel and Kerry Ehrin, a writer on Bates Motel about Season 2 and what to expect. Watch their interviews on our YouTube channel or below.

Those Who Kill and Bates Motel Premiere Party

Those Who Kill and Bates Motel Premiere Party

Season 2 of the hit series Bates Motel and Those Who Kill premieres on March 3rd on A&E TV… Plus a New Show Called Bates Motel:After Hours

Get Social with Bates Motel

Bates Motel Season II

What’s the Plot Line for Season 2?

In season two of “Bates Motel,” we find Norman (Freddie Highmore) fixated on Miss Watson’s death and meet Norma’s brother, which opens up more of the mystery of her past. Then there’s  Dylan, (Max Thieriot), who gets in deeper into the drug war with Bradley (Nicola Peltz), looking for her father’s killer and then there’s our favorite sheriff, Sheriff Romero (Nestor Carbonell) as he’s involved in everything that’s going on in White Pine Bay.

Here’s the Season 2 Bates Motel Premiere Trailer – Watch Tonight at 9 PM ET/PT

BatesMotel.com and a Flashlight App

Season 2 of A&E’s “Bates Motel” brings some cool new “companion” content with it. Click to visit BatesMotel.com, an interactive site that might keep you up at night with its inside look at the motel which requires you to use the “flashlight” to see where you’re going. You can also chat via a chat room about this authentic replication of the set of the show from TVGla, the agency that created the site. What will you find as you work your way through each room? Clues of course, and links to more info on what’s happening in the series. Watch this clip to see how it works then head over to BatesMotel.com to try it out before tonight’s premiere!

Interviews

Watch our interviews with Bruce Davison,  James D’arcy,  Omid AbtahiNestor Carbonell Kerry O’MalleyKerry Ehrin, from the Premiere Party… or scroll down to watch previous interviews with the cast and crew from Season I of Bates Motel.

Bates Motel: After Hours – Special After the Premiere

Tonight following the Season 2 Premiere of “Bates Motel” and Series Premiere of “Those Who Kill”, executive producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin along with Bates Hotel series stars Vera Farmiga and Freddie Highmore will be on hand to talk about the new season on the special half hour show:  “Bates Motel: After Hours.” Fans are encouraged to Facebook, Tweet or Instagram their questions using #BatesMotel to get answers to their burning questions. We love the companion show hosted by Chris Hardwick on AMC for Walking Dead (his show “Talking Dead” is a great way to talk about what just happened in that episode – so we wonder if they will do this for Bates Motel?)… Hope so.

Bates Motel After Hours

Here’s a sneak peek at Monday’s After Hours set! Tweet/Facebook/Instagram your questions for the cast now using #BatesMotel. Bates Motel After Hours will air at 11/10c tonight on A&E!

Those Who Kill Series Premiere

“Those Who Kill” follows newly promoted Pittsburgh homicide detective Catherine Jensen (Chloë Sevigny), and Thomas Schaeffer (James D’Arcy), a forensic psychologist whom she turns to for help to track down serial killers as she looks for answers in the disappearance of her brother.

At the premiere, we also got to speak with Bruce Davison, her step-father, James D’arcy, forensic psychologist, Omid Abtahi, a fellow detective, and Kerry O’Malley, the coroner in the show. Watch their interviews on our YouTube Channel or above.

Those Who Kill on A&E

Here’s the Series Premiere Trailer

What is the Series “Those Who Kill” About?

It’s a new A&E drama about serial killers, which take a very special set of skills by law enforcement to track down and catch the killer, this is something that Pittsburgh homicide detective Catherine Jensen (Chloë Sevigny) is skilled at and driven by as it seems that she knows and understands the killer’s dark side and the fantasies that plague him.

Get Social with “Those Who Kill”

More Bates Motel Fan Fodder

We’ve talked with the cast and crew from “Bates Motel” at two previous times during Season 1 and have included the interviews below.

Bates Motel: Reimagining a Cinema Icon #PaleyCenter

A&E Network’s “Bates Motel” Premiere Season 1 Cast Interviews

Have Questions for Bates Motel or Those Who Kill Stars?

Don’t forget to tweet them or go on their Facebook pages to ask. Or post your favorite character and what you hope to see this season on our site, Facebook or Twitter. Be sure to share this article with your friends so they can be in the know about these two awesome shows!

Photos Courtesy A&E Network

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The 39th Annual Saturn Awards #TheSaturnAwards

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Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover the 39th Annual Saturn Awards, the only awards dedicated to honoring the best in science fiction, fantasy, horror and “genre” film and TV at the Starlight Ballroom at the Castaway in Burbank. Richard Matheson (honored posthumously), William Friedkin, Vince Gilligan and Jonathan Frakes were Honored at the awards ceremony.

Celebrities We Interviewed on the Red Carpet

We interviewed: Abigail Hargrove, Amy Acker, Barry Bostwick, Cas Anvar, Clark Gregg, Dave Alpert, Doug Jones, Gale Anne Hurd, Joss Whedon, Katie Leclerc, Keahu Kahaunui, Keith David, Lance Reddick, Lexa Doig, Noah Wyle, Rileah Vanderbilt & Adam Green, Todd Tucker, William Friedkin, Zoë Bell. Watch our interviews on our YouTube Channel.

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About the Saturn Awards
The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films was founded in 1972 by noted film historian Dr. Donald A. Reed to honor and recognize films often overlooked by mainstream awards. Over the years, the Academy has expanded its reach to include recognizing excellence in television and home entertainment, as well as other genres, including adventure, thriller, dark drama, and edgy entertainment. For a complete list of nominations and more information about the Academy, visit http://www.saturnawards.org/nominations.html or the Facebook page for The Saturn Awards at https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Saturn-Awards/10775127663.

For more of Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report coverage, please visit our website and follow us on Twitter and Facebook here:

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Have you seen “Fright Night” yet?

Check out these new clips from the movie, it’s not all scary there are some streams of comedy sewn in. What’s too big or not big enough when it comes to crosses and vampires?

For that matter… isn’t his stake kinda short in length?

What do I know – but I can tell you that “Fright Night” was a great movie and when we were in the theatre there were lots of people with popcorn getting shaken up. We won’t, however, divulge who in our crew jumped and grabbed for a hand during some scenes…

“Like” FRIGHT NIGHT on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/#!/frightnightmovie

Better yet – don’t wait for the weekend – check it out tonight!

Have you been bitten yet? Movies to see this weekend? Fright Night

What happens when your mother doesn’t listen to your warning?

How about your when you’re trying to save your girlfriend and she’s not listening?

 

Get out to the theatre this weekend and see “Fright Night” we loved it… of course, if you’re too scared of vampires… or don’t want people to hear you scream or jump in public, we understand.

Oh No! Another Vampire Movie? “Fright Night” is Like No Other….

You might think “Fright Night” falls into that “just another vampire movie” category, but you’ll be surprised to find it is more and you might find yourself jumping out of your seat.

A good movie starts with a good story… 

“What I loved about the script is that there are really horrific moments that are very scary and also very human moments,” director Craig Gillespie says. “It wasn’t just a straight genre film. Marti managed to balance thriller, humor and horror.”

Re-imagined from the 1985 Cult Classic “Fright Night”

Colin Farrell, who plays the role of Jerry the vampire is such a fan of the original film that he has seen it at least 12 times. How many times have you seen it?

“Fright Night” is re-imagined from the 1985 cult classic of the same name and is directed by Craig Gillespie and has a great cast which includes Anton Yelchin, Colin Farrell, Christopher Mintz‐Plasse, David Tennant, Imogen Poots and Toni Collette. Talk about experience, screenwriter, Marti Noxon, used to write for the popular TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

Here’s a clip called “neighborly chat” with Colin Farrell which sets the tone for some of the parts where (no spoiler here….) you’ll have to discover in the theater!

When they turn the lights down in the theater, be sure to know who’s sitting around you before “Fright Night” in 3D starts to roll… That’s the only tip we’ll give you as this horror‐film reveals an imaginative take on a cult classic from 1985, one we’re sure you’ll be talking about!

Have some scary fun for us while watching “Fright Night” from DreamWorks and come back and tell us how you liked it!!.

As director Craig Gillespie concludes, “This ‘Fright Night’ is a great addition to the canon of Vampire films. Some of the scenes are going to be hard to watch, in the best possible sense, but there are also some very warm, sincere moments, as well as just flat‐ out humor.”

“Fright Night” opens in theaters nationwide on August 19, 2011

37th Annual Saturn Awards Wrap Up Report: 24 Video Interviews 300+ Photos

Fringe TV Show Saturn Award Winners

Fringe TV Show Saturn Award Winners

This was our 2nd year covering our favorite genre event, the Saturn Awards AKA the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films and this year’s event was filled with surprises like Mel Brooks and hopefully anticipated winners such as the TV show Fringe (who won) along with cast members John Noble and Anna Torv for best actors.

About the Saturn Awards: The Academy was founded in 1972 by noted film historian Dr. Donald A. Reed to honor and recognize genre entertainment.  Over the years, the Academy has expanded their reach to include other film genres.  The organization also recognizes excellence in television and home entertainment. Robert Holguin presently serves as President of the 39 year old organization.

Kristyn Burtt and Brandon Routh at the Saturn Awards Red Carpet

Kristyn Burtt and Brandon Routh at the Saturn Awards Red Carpet

On the red carpet we interviewed, Brandon Routh (“Superman Returns”), Sam Witwer (“Being Human”), Dylan O’Brien (MTV’s “Teen Wolf”), Vanessa Marano (ABC Family’s “Switched at Birth”), Thomas Jane (“LOL”, HBO’s “Hung”), Christopher Judge (“Stargate SG-1”), Doug Jones (“Pan’s Labyrinth”),  Lance Reddick (“Fringe”, “The Wire”), Kurtwood Smith(“Chaos”, “Cedar Rapids”), Michael Paré (“The Lincoln Lawyer”, “Gone”), Rosanna Arquette(“The Divide”), Mel Brooks(“Young Frankenstein”), French Stewart & Jamie Robledo (“Watson”),  Michael Biehn (Life Career Award), Rick Baker & Dave Elsey (“The Wolfman”), Claire Coffee (TNT’s “Franklin & Bash”),  Dana Melanie, Steven DeKnight (Exec. Prod. of “Spartacus: Gods of the Arena” for Lucy Lawless), John Noble (“Fringe”), Anna Torv (“Fringe”), Neil Marshall (The Centurion, Dog Soldiers), Dean Devlin (The Donald A. Reed Award), Andrew Clement (makeup designer: Grimm), we also spoke with comedian and MC for the event Jeffrey Ross. See all 24 interviews and scroll through our photos of the event on our Red Carpet Report channel by clicking here

THE 37TH ANNUAL SATURN AWARD WINNERS

The Dr. Donald A. Reed Award: Dean Devlin
The Visionary Award: Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios
The George Pal Memorial Award: Frank Darabont
The Life Career Award: Bert I. Gordon
The Life Career Award: Michel Biehn

Best Science Fiction Film: “Inception”
Best Fantasy Film: “Alice in Wonderland”
Best Horror/Thriller Film: “Let Me In”
Best Action/ Adventure Film: “Salt”

Best Actor: Jeff Bridges (“Tron: Legacy”)
Best Actress: Natalie Portman (“Black Swan”)
Best Supporting Actor: Andrew Garfield (“Never Let Me Go”)
Best Supporting Actress: Mila Kunis (“Black Swan”)
Best Performance by a Younger Actor: Chloë Grace Moretz (“Let Me In”)

Best Director: Christopher Nolan (“Inception”)
Best Writing: Christopher Nolan (Inception)

Best Music: Hans Zimmer (“Inception”)
Best Costume: Colleen Atwood (“Alice in Wonderland”)
Best Make-Up: Rick Baker, Dave Elsey (“The Wolfman”)
Best Production Design: Darren Gilford (“Tron: Legacy”)
Best Special Effects: Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Peter Begg (“Inception”)

Best International Film: “Monsters”
Best Animated Film: “Toy Story 3”

Best Network Series: “Fringe”
Best Syndicated/Cable Television Series: “Breaking Bad”
Best Television Presentation: “The Walking Dead”

Best Actor in Television: Stephen Moyer (“True Blood”)
Best Actress in Television: Anna Torv (“Fringe”)
Best Supporting Actor in Television: John Noble (“Fringe”)
Best Supporting Actress in Television: Lucy Lawless (“Spartacus: Gods of the Arena”)
Best Guest Starring Role in Television: Joe Manganiello (“True Blood”)

Best DVD Release: “Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy”
Best DVD Special Edition: “Avatar” (Extended Collector’s Edition)
Best DVD Classic Film Release: “The Complete Metropolis”
Best DVD Movie Collection: “Alien Anthology”
Best DVD Television Release: “The Twilight Zone” (Season 1 & 2) (Blu-Ray)

Best Local Stage Production, Musical: “Young Frankenstein” (Pantages Theatre)
Best Local Stage Production, Drama/Comedy: “The Lieutenant of Inishmore” (Mark Taper Forum)
Best Local Stage Production, Small Theatre: “Watson” (Sacred Fools Theatre)

We’d like to thank Melanie from M4PR.com for inviting us to come out and cover this event, great job Mel. We’re excited to also post up this year’s winners – congratulations to everyone! 

Remember you can see all of coverage here on Mingle Media TV’s Red Carpet Report channel by clicking here

Claire Coffee at the 37th Annual Saturn Awards Red Carpet

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Mingle Media TV and our entertainment reporter, Kristyn Burtt, were back for the second year on the red carpet at the Saturn Awards. This year’s 37th Annual Saturn Awards took place on June 23, at the Castaway in Burbank, California. Hosting again was comedian Jeffrey Ross. A special tribute took place honoring founder Dr. Donald A. Reed. For more info, visit their website: http://www.saturnawards.org To view video interviews from this event please visit Mingle Media TV’s website at http://www.minglemediatv.com/redcarpetreport.html Thanks to M4PR for inviting us to this event! for more info about them visit their website at http://www.m4pr.com