Happy 21st Birthday Molly!

Oct 8 ◊ by Tori ◊ No CommentsMolly

Today is Molly’s 21st birthday and that’s a big year for anybody! I want to take this time to celebrate it with all of you, from far and wide and all ages. Molly’s been a wonderful light and inspiration to many lives, myself included, and I know many of you fans feel the same. She is incredibly sweet and supportive and I can’t thank her enough for all that she does. I hope she has the happiest of birthday’s and another amazing year.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOLLY!

The Thrilling Adventure Hour heads to Comic Con!

Jul 12 ◊ by Tori ◊ No CommentsArticles & Interviews

Molly’s heading back to SDCC, as she does every year, and this time she’s bringing friends! The legendary Thrilling Adventure Hour (which I had the honor of meeting Molly at last year) has its very own panel at Comic Con!

It’s Friday July 25, 2014 8:30pm – 9:30pm in Room 8

Stage show for 9+ years, web series and podcast on the Nerdist Network rated #4 in comedy by Rolling Stone (May 2014), Eisner Award-nominated graphic novel from Archaia Entertainment, highly anticipated concert film-The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a cult phenomenon coming to San Diego in the midst of their nationwide con tour to celebrate current and future plans for comics, TV, and beyond. Creators Ben Acker and Ben Blacker (Marvel) will discuss 2014 plans and exclusive announcements, featuring the WorkJuice Players including Hal Lublin, Marc Evan Jackson, Mark Gagliardi, Autumn Reeser, and Craig Cackowski, plus special guests Molly Quinn (Castle), Janet Varney (Legend of Korra), Paul and Storm, and special surprise guests.

ABC renews “Castle” for a seventh season!

May 8 ◊ by Tori ◊ No CommentsArticles & Interviews, Castle

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ABC renews “Castle” for a seventh season!

This time of year is always incredibly stressful for viewers and networks alike, renewals. During the month of May all of the networks begin their annual tradition of axing, renewing and creating some of our favorite shows and every year fans sit on edge biting their nails to see if the shows they love will make the cut. While many of us weren’t worried about Castle, it’s always nice to see it in print.

Congratulations to Molly, and the rest of the cast and crew for Revenge. I can’t wait to see what next year brings Alexis.

Nickelodeon Drops Winx Club

Feb 27 ◊ by Tori ◊ No CommentsArticles & Interviews, Projects

Sad news Winx fans, Romi Dames (Musa) tweeted yesterday that Nickelodeon has decided to drop Winx Club from their schedules, which means Season 6 will be the last for Bloom and the girls in North America.

While I have no news what this means for the DVD releases, or any future Winx productions I, and many others are at least glad the season gets to finish out. Not all shows get a chance to do that. Big thanks to the cast and crew for all of the Winx love over the years!

Via BelieveInWinx

Castle Boss Previews ‘Big Step’ for Feuding Rick/ Alexis, Pi’s Fate and More

Nov 4 ◊ by Tori ◊ No CommentsArticles & Interviews

Tonight on Castle (ABC, 10/9c), Rick and Alexis (played by Nathan Fillion and Molly Quinn) will lower their respective shields in the name of solving a mystery together — and in doing so, take a first step in mending fences after their blow-up over the Pi situation.

Recounting the source of the father/daughter feud, which boiled over in the wake of a disastrous dinner party (and ultimately surfaced Alexis’ hurt over hearing of her dad’s engagement second-hand), Castle creator Andrew W. Marlowe says, “Pi’s a nice guy, but he’s not who Castle imagined for Alexis — and I think that anybody who’s a parent has gone through this at some point. And anybody who is Alexis’ age, wanting to grow up and find their independence, is probably going to feel hurt in that it used to be you and your dad ‘against the world,’ and now he’s with a woman who’s different from the other women he’s been with. So Alexis suddenly is saying, ‘Where do I fit in? I’ve got to find some place to stand.’ And so she comes back [from Costa Rica] with Pi.”

But for Alexis to go so far as to question if Beckett is “the right one” for her father, mid-quarrel…? Marlowe confirms that the heat of the moment she “absolutely” was merely speaking from a place of anger versus actual opinion, “acting out in a way to challenge her father.”

Alexis, meanwhile, isn’t the only concerned party to be wondering about her role in the new paradigm. As Castle this week assists Alexis with an Innocence Review case, trying to deduce if a death row inmate is in fact guilty, it presents “a nice first and big step towards them starting to repair their relationship — and in a way that also raises some questions for Beckett,” Marlowe shares. “She recognizes that for so long it’s been Alexis and Castle against the world, and she’s the interloper, so how does she reconcile that? How does she fit in?”

Read the rest over at TVLine