Posted by renee on 12 May 2018
It’s official: The Power of Three will be reconstituted at The CW.
The network has given a series order to a reboot of the supernatural drama Charmed for the upcoming 2018–2019 season, TVLine has learned.
Penned by Jane the Virgin team Jennie Snyder Urman, Amy Rardin and Jessica O’Toole (Greek), The CW’s diversified take on the classic tale centers around three sisters — Mel (played by Melonie Diaz), Macy (played by Madeleine Mantock) and Maggie (played by Sarah Jeffrey) — who discover that they are three of the most powerful witches of all time.
Here’s the official logline:
After the tragic death of their mother, three sisters in a college town are stunned to discover they are witches. Soon this powerful threesome must stand together to fight the everyday and supernatural battles that all modern witches must face: from vanquishing powerful demons to toppling the patriarchy.
Posted by renee on 12 April 2018
I’ve added screencaptures from three of Melonie’s movies: The Belko Experiment, Save The Date, and Assassination of a High School president.
- FILM AND TELEVISION > 2017 | THE BELKO EXPERIMENT > SCREENCAPTURES
- FILM AND TELEVISION > 2012 | SAVE THE DATE > SCREENCAPTURES
- FILM AND TELEVISION > 2008 | ASSASSINATION OF A HIGH SCHOOL PRESIDENT > SCREENCAPTURES
Posted by renee on 21 February 2018
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Posted by renee on 21 May 2015
“Fruitvale Station” star Melonie Diaz will join Tony Goldwyn (“Scandal”) and John Gallagher Jr. (“The Newsroom”) in MGM Studios’ thriller “The Belko Experiment,” which is being produced by “Guardians of the Galaxy” director James Gunn, who announced the news on Wednesday.
Greg McLean is directing the movie, which is gearing up to start production next month in Bogota, Colombia. Peter Safran is producing with Gunn, who wrote the script several years ago.
“The Belko Experiment” follows an American company in South America whose employees are pitted against each other and forced to fight for their lives as their true natures are revealed.
Gunn wrote on Facebook that he adored “Fruitvale Station” and Diaz’s “honest performance” in that film. “So when she said she was interested in playing Dany Wilkins, one of the leads of the film, I jumped up and down and punched my desk and some trash cans and my assistant Simon with pure joy.” He ended his post with “PS Melonie, Simon forgives you for the broken nose.”
Diaz recently starred opposite Adam Sandler in Tom McCarthy’s “The Cobbler,” and her previous feature credits include “Raising Victor Vargas,” “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints” and Michel Gondry‘s “Be Kind Rewind.” She’s represented by the Gersh Agency, Thruline Entertainment and attorney Todd Rubenstein.