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New Artwork Drops for The Vatican Tapes

Not too long ago the trailer released for the upcoming film, THE VATICAN TAPES. Now, about a month later, we get some new artwork. THE VATICAN TAPES is directed by Mark Neveldine, written by Christopher Borrelli (based on a story by Chris Morgan), and stars Djimon Hounsou, Kathleen Robertson, Dougray Scott, Michael Peña, Peter Andersson, Olivia Dudley, and Cas Anvar. 130 more words

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TV Review: Murder in the First [Season 1]

Murder in the First is a ten episode American detective drama series that aired on FOX at 10pm on Friday evenings. According to BARB, seven of the first eight episodes placed in the channels top ten for their respective weeks, three times placing in the top four (figures for weeks nine and ten are not yet available). 597 more words


Watch: The Vatican Tapes - Trailer - Djimon Hounsou

A leaked video tape reveals a Vatican exorcism gone horribly awry.

Directed by Mark Neveldine (Crank, Gamer, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance). Stars Djimon Hounsou, Michael Peña, Kathleen Robertson.


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Harassed, but good-natured and hot – yes, she woke up like that – single mother/homicide detective Hildy Mulligan (Kathleen Robertson) is called out to the murder of a junkie in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district. 488 more words


RENEWED - Murder In The First - Season 2

TNT have renewed the freshman drama  Murder In The First for a second season. 61 more words


TNT locks up more Murder in the First

TNT’s original drama Murder in the First has been renewed for a second season.

The first season followed a pair of San Francisco homicide detectives as they investigated two seemingly unrelated murders, only to find the same Silicon Valley wunderkind was linked in both. 54 more words


TNT Renews 'MURDER IN THE FIRST' For A Second Season

TNT has ordered a second season of  ten-episodes for their hit crime drama Murder in the First starring Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson. The series which is executive produced by Emmy winner Steven Bochco ( 138 more words