Alexis Bledel and Zachary Levi Preview REMEMBER SUNDAY

Attention TV Addicts: Have you ever wondered what a romance between Chuck Bartowski and Rory Gilmore might have looked like? Well, wonder no more! Because this Sunday April 21st, ABC will unspool the REMEMBER SUNDAY, Hallmark Hall of Fame’s latest film that sees Bledel playing a lonely down-on-her-luck waitress named Molly who falls for quirky jewellery store clerk named Gus (Levi) whose past holds somewhat of a big secret. So what does said secret entail and what was it like filming this delightful movie of the week? We caught up with the talented twosome to find out exactly that. See for yourself, after the jump. [Read more…]

Comic Con Quickie: Scott Krinsky and Vik Sahay Tease CHUCK’s Final Season… and Beyond!

Not attending San Diego Comic Con 2011? Not a problem! Because, courtesy of our West Coast Correspondents Tiffany Vogt and Jennifer Schadel will be risking life and limb to get you up close and personal with your favorite stars. Next up, stars Scott Krinsky and Vik Sahay teases what fans can expect from Jeffster! during CHUCK’s final season. See for yourself, after the jump. [Read more…]

Zachary Levi on Directing Tonight’s CHUCK: “I was ready to hand off the reins.”


Because juggling feelings for two of the most beautiful women on television (Yvonne Strahovski and Kristin Kreuk), a full-time job at the Buy More and his extracurricular activities as the CIA’s most valuable asset clearly wasn’t enough to do, tonight’s episode of CHUCK has series star Zachary Levi stepping behind the camera as well.

Entitled “Chuck Versus the Beard,” Levi will make his directorial debut in an episode which finds our titular hero sitting on the bench after he loses his ability to “flash.”

But if you’re thinking that having his character on the sidelines made things any easier for Levi, think again. Not only will troublesome forces affect Chuck back at the base, tonight’s episode — which the blogosphere has characterized as everything from ‘game-changing’ to ‘awesome!’ — is what critics are calling “a real step forward in the story.” [Read more…]