Genre: TV Series (Drama | Sci-Fi) Role: John Doe / Drew / Sean Bennigan Season: 1 Airs: ? on ABC
An unseen force is manipulating society's most innocent-our children-to act in favor of its cause. As the kids unwittingly help this unknown enemy, the clock counts down in this suspenseful race to save humanity.
Genre: Movie (Action | Crime | Drama) Role: Tell Status: Completed Release: December 04, 2014
Ethan Tell is a small time crook who makes a big-time score when he steals 1 million dollars. Ironically, his life radically changes for the worse when he discovers that stealing the money was the easy part and he now must keep his partner, his wife, his parole officer, and two corrupt detectives from stealing it from him.
Milo Anthony Ventimiglia (born July 8, 1977) is an American actor best known for his role as Peter Petrelli on the NBC television series Heroes.
His film roles include Cursed, Dirty Deeds, Stay Alive, The Divide, Pathology, Breaking at the Edge and more.
Milo has also been in several television shows, including Gilmore Girls, The Bedford Diaries, Mob City or Chosen.
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Finally I’ve found the time to update the site again. Sorry that it took me a while. I uploaded screencaptures of Milo in the box office hit Grown Ups 2. (To be honest, the movie itself was just aweful and I’m not a fan of Milo’s look in it either. 😉 )
While reports that Heroes might come back as a filmed series for the XBox seem to have gone nowhere, the story of the series will be continuing… in comic book form.
The new comic book series picks up where “Heroes” left off. “Right off the bat, Claire is going to be our point of view character. The first issue is centered more on her than anyone else. That said, you’re going to see most of those core characters early on in the first few issues,” Bunn told CBR. “Hiro was the character I always liked most in the show for a number of reasons. So you’ll be seeing him and Sylar and a bunch of others who will get thrown back into the story early on. Claire, Hiro and Sylar will be big right off the bat, but it won’t be long before you see all the core characters.”
I’ve just uploaded HD Screencpatures of Milo’s latest flick Killing Season, starring Robert De Niro and John Travolta.
American military veteran, and former NATO operative, Colonel Benjamin Ford (Robert De Niro) has fled to a cabin retreat somewhere in the Appalachian Mountains, to forget the painful memories of the Bosnian War he fought in. Former Serbian solider Emil Kovac (John Travolta), intent on revenge against Ford for his actions during the war, poses off as a European tourist visiting Tennessee and gets the opportunity to repair Ford’s broken jeep. From there, the two men stroke a friendly acquaintance. When Kovac reveals his true identity, after attacking Ford during a game hunting session, they become deadly enemies and what follows is a gory game of cat-and-mouse.
Unfortunately Milo’s part isn’t very big in this movie. (He’s playing Robert De Niro’s son.)
Killing Season is out now in selected theaters and available on Premium VOD.
I’ve just added photos of Milo attending the 2013 TNT/TBS Upfronts into the gallery.
TBS and TNT unveiled their fall season 2013-14 schedules. One particularly anticipated new show still doesn’t have a definite launch date: TNT’s “Lost Angels” from former “Walking Dead” showrunner Frank Darabont, starring Jon Bernthal and Milo Ventimiglia. TNT is saying only “late 2013“.
Milo Ventimiglia and Sara Paxton star in the indie horror Static, which makes its debut on DVD in the UK on DVD, Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D on July 15, 2013 via Second Sight Films.
“A young writer (Ventimiglia) and his wife (Sarah Shahi) are struggling with the loss of their child but just as they are trying to get their lives back on track a hysterical young woman (Paxton), turns up at their secluded house in the middle of the night, claiming she is being chased by mysterious masked men. Letting her stay the night the couple are soon drawn into the horror when the unknown force starts to stalk them, a terrifying game of cat and mouse ensues, resulting in a shocking conclusion and one of the most chilling film finales of recent years.”
Static is written and directed by Todd Levin. Cinedigm Entertainment Group will release here in the States sometime soon. Check out the DVD art and trailer below, as well as the production stills.
Simon West’s Heat remake is up one more familiar face. Joining Jason Statham in the film is Milo Ventimiglia, who may be best known for playing the starring role of Peter Petrelli in NBC’s Heroes, or on the feature side, as the title character’s son in Rocky Balboa.
Heat will have Jason Statham filling the shoes (but probably not the mustache) of Burt Reynolds, who starred in the original 1986 film based on William Goldman’s novel about a bodyguard working in Las Vegas. In addition to penning the novel, Goldman wrote the screenplay for the original film, and he also wrote the adapted screenplay for the one West is directing.
The Wrap says Ventimiglia has been cast to play Danny, “the son of a prominent businessman with ties to a mobster and casino owner named Baby.” In an effort to keep himself safe and covered wherever he goes, he has two bodyguards with him when he travels. The part was originally played by Neil Barry. Ventimiglia’s casting follows the news last month that Michael Angarano has joined the film.
Among Ventimiglia’s recent feature credits is the role of Chad in Adam Sandler’s That’s my Boy, and it looks like he’ll be back in another Sandler film soon enough, as he’s credited for the part of “Frat Boy Milo” in Grown-Ups 2. On the small screen, Ventimiglia stars in the Crackle thriller series Chosen, which was picked up for a second season just last month. And then there’s his part in Frank Darabont’s TNT drama Lost Angels. Needless to say, Ventimiglia’s keeping busy these days, and now he can add Heat to the list of upcoming projects.