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Underground's Chris Meloni: 'There's No Sense of Glee in What August Does'

If last month’s Underground premiere successfully misled you about the agenda of bounty hunter August Pullman, that fake-out is precisely what pulled Christopher Meloni to the WGN America drama (airing Wednesdays at 10/9c). 1,343 more words


SVU Boss Eyed Chris Meloni for Finale

NBC’s decision last week to renew Law & Order: SVU for an 18th season means fans will have to wait at least another year for a Benson and Stabler reunion. 298 more words

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New Silver Screen Film 'Marauders' Starring Brucew Willis Set To Film Here In Cincinnati

Via- Deadline.com

Bruce Willis, Christopher Meloni and Guardians Of The Galaxy‘s Dave Bautista will star in Marauders, a Steven C. Miller-directed action thriller that Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films will produce and finance and release through its U.S. 423 more words


Chris Meloni Finally Lands Buyer for New York City Spread

SELLERS: Chris Meloni and Sherman Williams
LOCATION: New York City, NY
PRICE: $8,950,000
SIZE: 2,977 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms

YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: After more than three years on and off the market and more than $3 million in price chops, former “Law & Order: SVU” star Chris Meloni has finally, as first reported by the… 376 more words

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3 Times "Law & Order: SVU" Got a Little Too Ridiculous

TV procedural dramas can be difficult to judge. They serve a distinct purpose- they exist as something for people to put on at the end of a busy day and be entertained, without having to think too much. 904 more words


Jimmy Fallon Played 'Catchphrase' With Chris Meloni And Luke Bryan

Wet Hot American Summer star Chris Meloni and country singer Luke Bryan joined Jimmy Fallon and Higgins on The Tonight Show for a round of a game called “Catchphrase,” and I have a serious complaint: Exactly one of these quiz answers was a catchphrase, the rest were expressions, figures of speech, idioms, proper nouns… this is the board game equivalent of Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic,” which wasn’t about irony. 60 more words