The hit CBS drama Under the Dome, filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, will return this June on a new night with at least one new cast member for Season 3.
CBS announced last week that Season 3 of Under the Dome will kick off on the show’s new night, Tuesday, June 25, with a two-hour season premiere starting at 9pm, and will settle into its new Tuesday at 10pm slot on July 2.
The 1987 classic Dirty Dancing is coming to TV for a new reboot of the franchise, but the good news is that production is expected to return to the Lake Lure area of North Carolina, where the original movie was also filmed.
The Wilmywood Daily reports that filming could begin as early as April 6 and run through May 28 in the Ashville area, with production offices opening in March.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we have a brand new official trailer for the movie adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks romance The Longest Ride, filmed in and around Wilmington, Winston-Salem, and Jacksonville, North Carolina.
Starring Britt Robertson (Under the Dome), Scott Eastwood (Texas Chainsaw 3D), Alan Alda (MASH), and Oona Chaplin (Game of Thrones), you can watch the new Valentine’s Day trailer in the player below, and then be sure to give us your thoughts in the comments!
Filmed in Charlotte, North Carolina, the hit Cinemax series Banshee returns this Friday for Season 3, and we have seven new Origins shorts for you to check out before the premiere!
You can watch all of the Banshee Season 3 Origins shorts below, and then let us hear your thoughts in the comments!
Your first look at the newest movie adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks novel is here, as the official trailer for The Longest Ride, filmed in and around Wilmington, Winston-Salem, and Jacksonville, North Carolina, arrived online yesterday, along with a poster for the romantic drama.
Starring Britt Robertson (Under the Dome), Scott Eastwood (Texas Chainsaw 3D), Alan Alda (MASH), and Oona Chaplin (Game of Thrones), you can watch the new trailer in the player below, and then scroll down to view the official poster, and be sure to give us your thoughts in the comments!
Filmed in Asheville, North Carolina this summer, the Zach Galifianakis “Armored Car Heist” movie has finally received its official name – Masterminds.
Formerly titled Loomis Fargo the film tells the story of a real life robbery that took place in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1997, when David Scott Ghantt, the driver of a Loomis Fargo & Company armored car grabbed $17 million, stuck it in a company van, and drove off with the money, committing the third largest cash robbery in United States history at the time.
Filmed in Charlotte, North Carolina, we have your first official look at the upcoming third season of the hit Cinemax series Banshee, as the first full trailer for the new season has arrived online today!
You can watch the brand new 90-second trailer in the player below, and then let us hear your thoughts in the comments!
It seems Ichabod Crane has had quite a history with the ladies, and the latest former flame to stop by Fox’s hit action drama Sleepy Hollow, filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, is former Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Michelle Trachtenberg.
Trachtenberg will guest star in an upcoming episode as Abigail Adams, wife the second U.S. president, John Adams, and mother of the sixth, John Quincey Adams.
Some much needed good news arrived this week for the enbattled North Carolina film industry, as CBS announced yesterday that the drama Under the Dome has been renewed for a third season and confirmed that the production will return to Wilmington for Season 3 next year.
Bill Vassar, executive vice president at EUE/Screen Gems Studios, was notified on Thursday afternoon that the series will locate their production for Season 3 at EUE/Screen Gems Studios in Wilmington, North Carolina, where the production filmed the first two seasons.
“We are thrilled to host Under the Dome at our studios for 2015,” Vassar said. “We extend our gratitude to North Carolina Secretary of Commerce Sharon Decker for helping make this possible. Retaining the production of Under the Dome provides economic stability for hundreds of North Carolina film workers and several hundred of Wilmington’s small businesses. Renewal of this production was critical to our local area.”
Read on the official press release from the North Carolina Film Office, and then tell us how excited you are about this news in the comments!