“The 2nd season of UNDER THE DOME starts production tomorrow. I’m pretty stoked.”
King, who serves as an executive producer on the show, is returning to write the season’s first episode, as he did with the pilot that kicked off the series.
Filming begins in Wilmington, but has locations around the state to bring 13 new episodes to life.
The show may return as early as June and producer Brian K. Vaughan was quoted as saying “No one is safe” Under the Dome.
CSI: NY alum Eddie Cahill and British actress Karla Crome have been cast to join Dean Norris (Breaking Bad), Mike Vogel (Bates Motel), Rachelle Lefevre (Twilight saga), Natalie Martinez (CSI: NY), Alexander Koch, Britt Robertson, Colin Ford, Mackenzie Lintz and Aisha Hinds.
Under the Dome was a huge hit in 2013 and a big Amazon deal made the show a big payday for the network – more details HERE
Under the Dome is set to return June 30, 2014.
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With filming well underway, most recently at the Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney Studios has provided us with an official synopsis for Tomorrowland from Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof.
From Disney comes two-time Oscar® winner Brad Bird’s Tomorrowland, a riveting mystery adventure starring Academy Award® winner George Clooney. Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank (Clooney) — jaded by disillusionment — and Casey (Britt Robertson), a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as Tomorrowland. What they must do there changes the world — and them — forever.
I have added digital scans from a digital edition of TV Guide magazine thanks to Courtney.
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CBS’ popular drama ‘Under The Dome’ will be returning for a second season, and the premiere date has just been confirmed at the Television Critics Association Press Tour.
According to Entertainment Weekly “Under the Dome” will return to air on Monday, June 30.
“I’ve gone to prom multiple times, had fights with the principal, a relationship with my teacher,” says the Greenville, South Carolina, native and oldest of seven children. “When people ask if I wish I had gone to high school, I tell them that I’ve acted all of that stuff out, and it just doesn’t seem like fun.”
The same cannot be said of her latest role, opposite George Clooney, in the sci-fi adventure Tomorrowland, slated for release next year. Robertson, who is 23, once again plays a teen—this time one who stumbles upon an alternate reality. Her famously dashing costar, she says, was “so not what you’d expect. During our scenes together, he’d pull out his phone and play fart noises.”
Robertson got her start in community theater at age 10. “I never had a speaking role; I was always Orphan Number Six or a monkey,” she says. At 14, she got an agent and moved with her grandmother to L.A., where she’s lived ever since. The baby-faced actress plans to stay at least a few more decades. “If I can play 15 when I am 25, I can play 35 when I’m 55,” she says. “That’s going to be my argument.”