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'The Daily Show' snags Robert Pattinson's first post-KStew appearance

Sorry, Good Morning America: You just got scooped by Jon Stewart. EW has confirmed that Monday’s episode of The Daily Show will feature a guest appearance by Robert Pattinson — the actor’s first talk show visit since the world learned his girlfriend, fellow Twilight star Kristen Stewart, had cheated on him with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders. Pattinson is also scheduled to appear on GMA on Aug. 15, two days after he chats up Stewart.

In both appearances, Pattinson will be promoting Cosmopolis, David Cronenberg’s adaptation of Don DeLillo’s 2003 novel. The film will premiere in theaters Aug. 17. The actor previously visited The Daily Show in March 2010.

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'Twilight', 'Dexter','Psych', more announced for Comic-Con's opening day

Comic-Con has just announced their full line-up for Thursday’s events, and there are several fun surprises. Besides already-announced Thursday TV panels such as Nikita and MAD, we now know there will be a Psych panel featuring James Roday, Dulé Hill, Maggie Lawson, Tim Omundson, Kirsten Nelson, and Corbin Bernsen, along with Psych producers Steve Franks (creator/executive producer), Kelly Kulchak (executive producer), and Chris Henze (executive producer).

More exciting TV news: There will be a Teen Wolf panel Q&A with cast members Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien, Crystal Reed, Tyler Hoechlin, Holland Roden and Colton Haynes, along with executive producer Jeff Davis.

The CW will host a Beauty and the Beast panel featuring stars Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan, along with executive producers Jennifer Levin and Sherri Cooper. It will be moderated by EW’s own Dalton Ross. READ FULL STORY

'Family Guy': Kellan Lutz of 'Twilight' to play Meg's crush -- EXCLUSIVE

Kellan Lutz is jumping from Forks to Quahog: The Twilight star and future Tarzan will become romantically entangled with the Griffin family on an upcoming episode of Family Guy, EW has learned. According to Family Guy executive producer Mark Hentemann, Lutz voices a stud on the high-school football team who is the subject of Meg’s “Burt Bacharach-backed sexual fantasies.” The hunky jock does agree to go on a date with Meg, “but he’s interested in another member of the Griffin family — and it’s not one of the women,” hints Hentemann. READ FULL STORY

'Twilight' director Catherine Hardwicke to helm episode of 'Hell on Wheels' -- EXCLUSIVE

Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke will keep the trains running on time for Hell on Wheels: She is directing an episode of the 1860s-set AMC western that centers on the building of the first transcontinental railroad, EW has learned. READ FULL STORY

'Twilight Saga' director to helm NBC's 'Hannibal'

Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal has found its director.

David Slade (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse) has been hired to direct the first episode of NBC’s small-screen take on Thomas Harris’ notorious serial killer, plus he’ll serve as an executive producer on the pilot. The director also shot the pilot for NBC’s Awake this year, as well as the film 30 Days of Night.

Hannibal has been given a 13-episode direct-to-series order. Hugh Dancy stars as FBI profiler Will Graham (the title character has not yet been cast). While working a perplexing case of disappearing female college students, Graham enlists the help of Baltimore psychiatrist Dr. Hannibal Lecter — unaware that he’s actually a cannibalistic murderer.

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Bryan Fuller’s ‘Hannibal’ gets NBC series order

'Twilight's' Ashley Greene on 'Pan Am' -- EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

A touch of Twilight will hit Pan Am on Dec. 4, when Ashley Greene (Alice from the Twilight franchise) begins a four (!!) episode arc on the ABC drama. She’ll play a debutante with a past connection to Ted (Michael Mosley).

Here are some exclusive first looks of Greene in her nifty period garb. READ FULL STORY

'Twilight' actress to appear on ABC's 'Pan Am' -- EXCLUSIVE

Welcome to the ’60s, Alice Cullen!

EW has learned exclusively that Ashley Greene (Alice from the Twilight franchise) has booked a three-episode arc on ABC’s period drama.

She’ll play a debutante with a past connection to Ted (Michael Mosley). She’ll appear in the episode titled “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang” that’ll air Dec. 4.

Breaking Dawn, the next installment in the Twilight franchise, opens Nov. 18.

Unlike some of ABC’s other freshman shows, Pan Am (8.25 million, 2.7 rating/7 in adults 18-49) has yet to receive a full season pickup. ABC has ordered more scripts for the show, but has been holding off on a pickup. But there’s a new showrunner at the helm and the show is doing well overseas.

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Jackson Rathbone on his new Facebook series 'Aim High,' and saying goodbye to 'Twilight'

As anyone who has witnessed the mass hysteria of a Twilight premiere or been within the vicinity of one of the wildly popular vampire saga’s cast members can attest, Twihards will do just about anything to get close to the actors from the film. Luckily, for fans of Jackson Rathbone, who plays Jasper in series, they’ll no longer have to claw and scream their way to get to him among the endlessly devoted Twilight faithful. Instead, from now on, they’ll simply need to log into Facebook.

The actor is starring in an interactive new web series called Aim High, in which he plays teenager Nick Green, who is a high schooler by day and a U.S. spy by night. But the twist here isn’t that Rathbone’s character is leading a double life, it’s that viewers will, quite literally, be able to get in on the actionREAD FULL STORY

'Twilight' star Jackson Rathbone in Web series 'Aim High': Watch the trailer here -- EXCLUSIVE

Jackson Rathbone may be best known as Jasper in the Twilight films, but he’s taking on a new role in Aim High, Warner Bros.’s new web series produced by McG (Chuck) that premieres Aug. 1 on Facebook. Rathbone will play a high schooler, Nick Green, who moonlights as a U.S. spy when he’s not hitting the books. EW has the exclusive trailer for the series below, as well as some more details from Rathbone about the series.


Peter Facinelli on a 'whole different' Coop on 'Nurse Jackie,' 'magical' 'Breaking Dawn' wedding scene

Peter Facinelli sounded a little exhausted when EW chatted with him on the phone last week — as he well should be. The actor has been flying to and from the set of Breaking Dawn in Vancouver, where the cast is filming “second unit” scenes (like stunts). What gives him an energy boost? Talking about what’s next for Coop on Showtime’s Nurse Jackie, following a big, life-changing moment for the doc on tonight’s episode. He explains (SPOILERS ahead):

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So I hear something big is coming up for Coop this week. What can you tell us?
PETER FACINELLI: A bomb gets exploded in Coop’s life. He finds out that his two moms — who are basically his whole world — are getting a divorce. He gets blindsided by it, because he doesn’t see it coming at all. You know, Coop doesn’t take it well, and it spirals into a depression. It’s kind of sad for me to play that because Coop’s so energetic and hyper all the time. To have to play him in a funk it kind of sad.   READ FULL STORY


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