Saturday, April 28, 2007

Paris Enquêtes Criminelles Video

Paris Enquêtes Criminelles ~ the French version of LO:CI

PEC Opening Credits

PEC Promo

Thank you to Seb of and VDO Vault!


Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Producers prepare for possible strike

Los Angeles Times
By Richard Verrier, Los Angeles Times

Schedules for TV shows and movies are moved up ahead of contract talks with writers.

excerpted ~

Guild leaders have alleged that studios are trying to scare writers by suggesting they are stockpiling scripts and shows. There has been little evidence of a large-scale stockpiling like there was in 2001, when fear of strikes by actors and writers caused a major acceleration of production.

"We've never seen stockpiling to be a significant negotiating strategy," said Chuck Slocum, assistant executive director of the Writers Guild of America, West. "We don't see any reason a deal cannot be reached and we look forward to negotiating to that end."

Nonetheless, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" has started shooting its ninth season, two months earlier than usual.

"I firmly believe that the potential for a strike is much greater and more ominous than many people are saying," said Dick Wolf, the show's executive producer. "Therefore, we're going to make as many episodes as possible before a strike takes place." Full article.


Monday, April 23, 2007

New Films

Vincent will appear in a new film titled "The Narrows".
The film will also feature actors Kevin Zegers ('Mike Manadoro')"Transamerica", Sophia Bush('Kathy Popovich')"The Hitcher", and Eddie Cahill ('Nicky Shades') "CSI:NY"

EXEC PROD: Michael Nozik
PROD: Leslie Urdang, Ami Armstrong
DIR: Francois Velle
SCR: Tatiana Blackington.
Shoot Dates: April, 2007 (in New York).

STORY: The film is about 21 years old Mike Manadoro struggling to find his place within two worlds; the life he wants, as an aspiring photographer and promising NYU student, and the life his father seems to want for him: making fast money running dangerous, mysterious errands for the neighborhood mobster. Details.

Thank you to my friend, Steve


We have also received confirmation that Vincent will appear in "Staten Island", directed by James Demonaco. Vincent plays the leader of a Staten Island mob ring. Stars Ethan Hawke.

Thank you to Moderator Rowe, from the NBC LO:CI boards

**Both films are small indie films.
**Both films are currently filming in NYC - as of 4.23.07


Sunday, April 22, 2007

OVER & OUT? Creator hoping to save Law & Order, spinoff


The future of Law & Order, one of the most enduringly popular shows in television history, will be decided over the next few weeks as its network, NBC, and its creator, Dick Wolf, mull over a wrenching decision:

Is it finally time to shut down production of a series that has churned out almost 400 episodes, fueled ratings for several cable channels with its voluminous repeats and spawned two successful spinoffs, all the while generating enormous profits for both NBC and Wolf? More.

Thanks Denise


Thursday, April 19, 2007

Interview about "Brother's Keeper"

Thank you to Lisa H. and to Eliza.
Thank you to 895654 from Imdb boards for the link.

Interview with Vincent on BreakTV


Tuesday, April 17, 2007

CI Intern

Read Jason's blog, "a Michigan college student thrown into the Big Apple to work as an intern for Law & Order: Criminal Intent."

Thanks Barb


Thursday, April 12, 2007

Gene D'Onofrio's Light Repertory Co.

Williams and his very desperate women
by Alison Harman

~ interview with Gene D'Onofrio

Both D'Onofrio's children have followed in their father's footsteps. His daughter, Elizabeth D'Onofrio, is an actress, film producer, acting coach and a cofounder of the Run River Film Festival in Winston-Salem. His son, Vincent D'Onofrio is an actor and plays the character Robert Goren on NBC's Law & Order: Criminal Intent.

"That's my little boy. Well, he's actually not so little anymore, he's 6'4"… I started [him] off in community theater, and then he went on to acting," D'Onofrio said. "[My children] are both extremely talented."
Full article.

Thanks Judy

Gene D'Onofrio