From Lucas new CBC series Shhot the messenger twitter :
Here’s what @TheLucasBryant, @AtleastLevesque and Araya Mengesha had to say when we asked #WhatsOnYourPhone?
Both Emily Rose (Haven) and Lucas Bryant (Haven) will be attending MCM LONDON CON this Fri-Sun Oct 28-30
Australian newcomer Ellie Gall, Jake Robinson (American Odyssey), Eric Balfour (Haven), Chelsea Gilligan (Starcrossed), and Paul Walter Hauser (Kingdom) have been cast in series regular roles opposite Dominic Monaghan.
Written by Anthony Jaswinski, A Midsummer’s Nightmare introduces four young lovers who steal off into the woods in pursuit of their romantic desires, but their plans are quickly thwarted when terrifying forces in the deep woods target the stranded group, using their own fantasies and darkest secrets against them.
Gall will play Hannah Becker, a popular social butterfly who has just run away from her rich fiancé, Daniel, to be with Liam, the working class man she truly loves.
Robinson plays Daniel Brooks, a wealthy yet stubborn attorney who is furious and heartbroken when he learns his fiancé Hannah has run off with his best friend Liam to the Dreamland Retreat. Along with his brother Royce and his friend Elena, Daniel follows Hannah and Liam to try to win her back.
Balfour is Mark, a surfer staying at the Dreamland Retreat with his wife, Joselin, who begins to get more suspicious than concerned when strange things start happening to people.
Gilligan plays Josselin, a down-to-earth and good-natured photographer with her own agenda staying at the Dreamland Retreat with her husband, Mark.
Hauser is Nick Bottoms, the handyman at the Dreamland Retreat compound who has an odd philosophical outlook on life.
Gary Fleder (Kingdom, Zoo) is set to direct and executive produce the hourlong scripted pilot, from A+E Studios and The Firm.
Hauser recently wrapped a supporting role in Super Troopers 2 and recurs on Audience Network’s Kingdom. He’s repped by Don Buchwald & Associates and Principato-Young Entertainment. Gilligan is repped by APA and Luber Roklin Entertainment. Gall is repped by Echo Lake Entertainment, Australia’s Lisa Mann Creative Management and Meyer & Downs. Balfour is repped by APA, More / Medavoy Management and Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Feldman. Robinson is repped by Innovative Artists and managed by Laurie Smith.
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Lucas new Canadian drama Shoot the messenger airs on CBC on Oct 10th
Heres the 60 sec preview:
Lucas in another Hallmark movie called Summer Love which airs AUG 20th, THERE ISNT A PREVIEW TO THE MOVIE YET BUT HOPEFULLY YOU SPREAD THE WORD TO WATCH SUMMER LOVE.
When a widowed suburban mom, who’s recently gone back to school, takes an internship and enters the fast-paced tech world of millionaire “app-trepreneurs,” she discovers that although life seems to be a lot more digital, love needs to be a lot more real. Starring Rachael Leigh Cook, Lucas Bryant, and Travis Milne.
CHECK OUT THE SITE :SUMMER LOVE
Lucas is in a new series called Shoot the messenger on CBC and certain guest stars have posted on set shenanigans
@TravisMilne(Instagram) known for works on Saving Hope and Rookie Blue is guest starring on a upcoming episode
Here at TV Goodness, we claim our favorites, and if you’ve read me a while, you know how I feel about Lucas Bryant. Color me stoked when the Haven alum popped up in the cast list for a new Hallmark Channel movie, Tulips in Spring. which premieres this Saturday at 9/8c. I recently chatted with Bryant one-on-one about the film, Haven‘s conclusion, his recent film release, The Girl King, and his upcoming Canadian series, Shoot the Messenger.
Tulips in Spring marked a return to work for Bryant after a nice break. Shoot the Messenger wrapped in Toronto late last year and then, after an annual trip to Australia for the holidays, he took some time to hang out with his family. When Hallmark came calling, he was happy to go back to work, and even happier to switch gears to a romantic comedy.
“I got sent the script and I read it and thought it was lovely and that was that. It was a 14-day shoot in and around Vancouver, where I hadn’t been in a while, so that was nice,” he says. “We were in beautiful locations so that was gorgeous. I play Tom, who is working at the family farm of Rose, who’s gone back to help her parents. He re-introduces and re-inspires her to get in touch with her true self. He helps her see that she could be part of her family life again.”
The film was a nice change of pace after five seasons of Haven, followed by another drama in Shoot the Messenger. “It was cool to be able to smile and have a good time, not that my previous characters don’t have a good time, but this guys is much more relaxed and easy and comfortable,” he explains. “There’s definitely a genre thing that Hallmark has expertly developed over the years, but I think the thing to hold onto as an actor is just that there’s a lot of heart, and if you can get to the heart of things, you’ll be right where they need you to be.”
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Titanium_22 on youtube has done a 6 part interview with Emily who talks about working on Uncharted 4 and whats to come. Check out the clips below and enjoy, I will add the interview caps shortly.
1 on 1 part 1(Acting History)
1 on one part 2(Erose’s Gaming History)
1 on one part 3(Landing the role of “Elena Fisher”)
1 on one part 4(Working on the Uncharted games)
1 on one part 5(Erose talks Uncharted 4)
1 on one part 6(Rapid Fire)