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Natalie Zea Set For Indie Thriller ‘Grey Lady’ Opposite Eric Dane

By | Monday April 28, 2014 @ 3:25pm PDT

natalie-zeaEXCLUSIVE: The Following and Justified star Natalie Zea (The Other Guys) has taken a lead role in indie feature Grey Lady. She stars as Melissa, a vulnerable aspiring artist who’s targeted by killers seeking vengeance on a Boston detective played by Eric Dane. The Beacon Pictures production now filming in Nantucket under director John Shea, with Beacon’s Armyan Bernstein and Suzann Ellis producing. Zea will next be seen in another indie feature, Too Late with John Hawkes, and is co-starring in indie drama Supreme Ruler opposite Ron Livingston. Other recent small screen credits include runs on Under the Dome, Californication, Hung, and Dirty Sexy Money. Zea is repped by UTA, manager Robert Semon and attorney James Feldman.

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TCA: TNT Says U.S. Navy Supportive Of ‘The Last Ship’, Knows Difference Between Good Storytelling And “A Poster”

By | Friday January 10, 2014 @ 2:12pm PST

TCADeadline__140109155905__140109183154When Shaun Ryan was doing the series Last Resort for ABC, he told TV critics he did not collaborate with the U.S. Navy on the series in order to be able to tell the stories he wanted to do. This afternoon, at a TCA Q&A session for TNT’s new drama The Last Ship, TV critics asked TNT chief Michael Wright how closely THE LAST SHIPthe Navy was involved and whether the Navy was an advertiser on the program. “The U.S. Navy does not normally let Hollywood use its toys,” one TV critic said. The Last Ship, based on the popular novel by William Brinkley, centers on the crew of a naval destroyer who, after a global catastrophe decimates the earth’s population, are forced to confront the reality of their new existence in a world where they are among the only survivors. Wright said he had no knowledge of the Navy advertising on the show. The Navy “has been a great partner” on the production “in that they’ve provided us resources that would not have been available” otherwise, he said. Read More »

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Michael Bay’s ‘The Last Ship’ Picked Up To Series At TNT: Video

By | Tuesday May 7, 2013 @ 11:45am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Ahead of its upfront presentation next week, TNT has given a 10-episode series order to post-apocalyptic action drama The Last Ship, starring Eric Dane and executive produced by filmmaker Michael Bay. (Watch the first trailer below) The Last Ship is one of two pilots at TNT that have been awaiting a series order. A pickup for the other, Legends, is still pending. Based on William Brinkley’s popular novel, The Last Ship, which will premiere in 2014, comes from Bay’s Platinum Dunes. Bay and his partners Brad Fuller and Andrew Form serve as executive producers, along with showrunner Hank Steinberg (Without A Trace) and Steven Kane (The Closer). Steinberg and Kane wrote the series pilot, which was directed by Jonathan Mostow. The story opens with a global catastrophe that nearly decimates the world’s population. Because of its positioning, the Navy destroyer U.S.S. Nathan James avoids falling victim to the devastating tragedy. But now the crew and its captain must confront the reality of their new existence in a world where they may be among the few remaining survivors. “The Last Ship has all the elements of a big Hollywood blockbuster, from its epic storytelling to its top-notch cast headed by the perfect leading man, Eric Dane,” said TNT’s head of programming Michael Wright. “Michael Bay and his fellow executive producers … Read More »

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’s Eric Dane To Star In Michael Bay’s TNT Pilot ‘The Last Ship’

By | Wednesday October 10, 2012 @ 11:15am PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Departing Grey’s Anatomy co-star Eric Dane has boarded his next series project… literally. Dane has been tapped as the lead in TNT‘s action drama pilot The Last Ship, executive produced by Michael Bay. Jonathan Mostow is set to direct the pilot written by Without A Trace creator Hank Steinberg and Steven Kane.

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Eric Dane To Depart ‘Grey’s Anatomy’

By | Thursday July 26, 2012 @ 4:01pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

Eric Dane, who has played Mark Sloan aka McSteamy on Grey’s Anatomy since the end of Season 2, will leave the ABC medical drama sometime next season, after wrapping his storyline. “After much consideration and conversations, he and I have decided that this is the right time for his storyline to end”, creator Shonda Rhimes told TVLine, which broke the story. The recent eighth season finale saw Sloan seriously injured after a plane crash that claimed the life of Lexie (Chyler Leigh). Dane joins fellow regulars Leigh and Kim Raver who also are leaving Grey’s.

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