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Oct / 21 / 2016
Posted by Carola | under: 2016, bradley james, stills, Underworld

We’ve added to our gallery 5 HQ stills from ‘Underworld: Blood Wars‘. Thanks to our partner farfaraway for the images! Be sure to check them and enjoy!

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Oct / 11 / 2016
Posted by Carola | under: 2016, bradley james

On behalf of the site and the fans, we would like to wish Bradley James a very happy 33rd birthday and all the best for him! We wish him cheerful celebration on his day with his loved ones, family and friends. Have a splendid day Bradley! Also don’t forget to wish him a happy birthday on Twitter! (:

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Oct / 7 / 2016
Posted by Carola | under: 2016, trailer, Underworld, videos

New Underworld: Blood wars trailer is here! Bradley James at 00:50, 00:57, 01:09 & 1:42! Can’t wait to watch it!

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Sep / 24 / 2016
Posted by Carola | under: 2016, bradley james, charity

The David Holmes Cricket Cup began in the summer of 2009 to raise money for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH). Since then, each summer, the event has been hosted for David’s family and friends, where the two teams, Gryffindor and Slytherin, have battled it out for the trophy and continued to raise money for the RNOH.

In September the eighth Cricket Cup was hosted. This year Bradley was the Captain of Team Gryffindor which won and ended Slytherin’s two year reign as champion. The final score was Slytherin 80/6 from 20 overs and Gryffindor 82/3 from 11.1 overs, so Gryffindor won by 7 wickets. £6,573 was raised for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH).​

I’ve added to the gallery some pictures of Bradley James during the match on September 11h thanks to the The David Holmes Cricket Cup site. Enjoy the pics!

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Sep / 7 / 2016
Posted by Carola | under: 2016, bradley james, trailer, Underworld, videos

Bradley at 1:20

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May / 23 / 2016
Posted by Carola | under: 2016, bradley james, Damien

One does not simply cancel the antichrist. Help us save this wonderful show! By collecting many signatures and enough fan response, A&E might be convinced to bring it back or if not, other networks to give Damien a new home. Sign here!

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May / 21 / 2016
Posted by Carola | under: 2016, bradley james, Damien, news

Via thehollywoodreporter.

It’s one and done for The Omen follow-up Damien. Cable network A&E has canceled the drama from former Walking Dead executive producer Glen Mazzara, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

“This hurts to say but #Damien will not be getting a second season. Thank you from all of us to our amazing fans,” Mazzara wrote on Twitter, thanking the cast, A&E and crew. “I really loved making #Damien. We all did. We just never got the numbers there. Gave i[t] our best shot.”

The drama was originally picked up straight-to-series with a six-episode order at Lifetime before moving to corporate sibling A&E, where it scored an additional four-episode pickup. The series explored a 30-year-old Damien (Bradley James, Homeland) who is haunted by his past and who now must come to terms with his true destiny: that he’s the Antichrist, the most feared man throughout the ages. The series will fill in the gap of what happened to Damien for the past 25 years and see the character pulled in both directions as he vies to save the world and himself.

Mazzara penned the script and exec produced the series via his 44 Strong Productions. Ross Fineman (Lights Out) developed the project alongside Mazzara and also exec produced via Fineman Entertainment. Pancho Mansfield exec produces with Shekhar Kapur, the latter of whom directed the pilot.

Damien opened in March to 750,000 total viewers and wrapped its run May 9 with 405,000 tuning in. The drama becomes the latest one-and-done at A&E as the cable network struggles to find a scripted companion series to partner with long-running Psycho prequel Bates Motel. A&E previously paired drama Those Who Kill and The Returned with Bates, but both low-rated series were canceled after single seasons. A&E, meanwhile, is developing L.A. Riots drama The Infamous and is teaming with The Weinstein Co. on military drama series Six.

Damien becomes the latest film-to-TV take to be canceled as sometimes even intellectual property isn’t enough to cut through a crowded scripted landscape that features more than 400 original series. Fox this season canceled Minority Report and CBS lowered the ax on Rush Hour. Meanwhile, a new roster of big-screen remakes are due next season including Taken, Lethal Weapon and more.

Damien was also the first of multiple exorcism series in the works, with Cinemax already renewing the yet to premiere Outcast — based on the comic of the same name from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman — and Fox just picked up a reboot of The Exorcist.

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