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Carla Gugino has joined the cast of Justified for season three. The actress has landed a recurring role as Karen Goodall, according to TV Line.

Karen, an assistant director of the US Marshals Service, used to work with Raylan (Timothy Olyphant). The character, who is said to be “tough, smart and funny”, moves from Washington DC to Kentucky to help some witnesses who are in danger after the murder of another Marshal.

Gugino has previously starred in shows such as Spin City, Chicago Hope, Californication and Entourage. She has also worked on movies like Watchmen, American Gangster and Sin City. Her casting comes shortly after it emerged that Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson have landed roles in the new season of Justified.

The show is due to return early next year.




Fans of FX’s Justified have been wondering since May’s second season finale how producers would match Margo Martindale’s Emmy-winning performance as Mags Bennett. Well, now we know: Desperate Housewives‘ Neal McDonough and 24‘s Mykelti Williamson, who both starred on Justified EP Graham Yost’s brilliant-but-canceled NBC drama Boomtown, have been cast as the awesomely named big bads of season 3. McDonough will recur as Quarles, a Detroit mobster in a sharp suit who comes to Kentucky with visions of becoming a crimelord. Williamson will play Limehouse, a man who lives in a small black town in Harlan County and who will do whatever it takes, legal or otherwise, to protect his holler.

We’ll meet both characters early in season 3, which premieres in January. The show — which also earned Emmy nominations for stars Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins and guest actor Jeremy Davies, who’ll return — began production on the first of 13 new episodes Monday.




After competing for Trojans in late ’80s, has gone on to very successful acting career.

Former USC swimmer (1987-90) Timothy Olyphant, who has carved out a high-profile acting career since graduation, appeared at the 2011 Emmy Awards Sunday night, nominated for Best Actor for his role in the FX drama “Justified.”

Olyphant, who did not win Sunday night though others on his show did, graduated from USC with a degree in fine arts in 1990. As a junior, he was USC’s third-fastest in the 200y back and was 14th in the event at the Pac-10 Championships. As a sophomore, he was 11th in the 200y IM at Pac-10s.

He swam for legendary Trojan coach Peter Daland. Current USC head coach Dave Salo was an assistant while Olyphant was swimming at Troy.



The 15th Annual Hollywood Film Festival and Hollywood Film Awards, presented by Starz Entertainment, have announced that “Rango” will receive this year’s Hollywood Animation Award at the festival’s gala ceremony on October 24, 2011, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

The announcement was made today by Carlos de Abreu, Founder and Executive Director of the Hollywood Film Festival. “It is a great pleasure to recognize “Rango” as the recipient of our animation award. This piece of cinematic treasure borders on surrealism and “Rango” will be a classic for generations to come.”
Past recipients of the Hollywood Animation Award include “Cars,” “Ratatouille,” “Toy Story 3,” “UP,” and “Wall-E.”




For a single series to receive multiple Emmy nominations for acting in one year is quite an achievement. It points to a show’s overall quality when the talent bench runs so deep — consider “Mad Men’s” continued presence in the acting categories and in the drama winner’s circle, or “Modern Family,” which has twice loaded up on acting nominations and was awarded the top comedy prize last year.

Now, flying slightly lower on the public’s radar, comes “Justified,” the FX crime series set in the poor, coal-mining towns of Kentucky and based on Elmore Leonard stories. Virtually ignored by Emmy voters last year (it did receive a nomination for main title theme music), its second season came on like gangbusters, earning four acting nods — going to four first-time nominees in Timothy Olyphant, Walton Goggins, Margo Martindale and Jeremy Davies. And while the series itself did not earn a nomination, for anyone who’s watched Olyphant as U.S. Deputy Marshal Raylan Givens face down the criminal elements in Harlan County, the multiple honors are no surprise. Except, perhaps, to the actors themselves.

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“What am I going to wear to the Emmys? Something with a tie,” says Timothy Olyphant with a bone-dry chuckle. There’s much for Olyphant to smile about: as charismatic sheriff Raylan Givens he’s the main draw of Elmore Leonard-inspired western Justified, American GQ described him as the Most Stylish Man On TVand he’s just been nominated for an Emmy up against Jon Hamm. With a slight southern drawl (he’s the kind of 43-year-old who can say “dude” and get away with it) and having just woken up, here he tells GQ.com about stealing on set, the last time he threw a punch and shaving his head for Hitman…

GQ.com: Has your personal style been influenced by Raylan’s wardrobe?
Timothy Olyphant: I like the whole vibe – the boots are especially cool. We just got a hugepair of boots in. They look like some animal tried to eat them; they’re real vintage.

What’s a typical Justified fan like?
I have no idea. Every now and then someone says, “Hey man, like the show,” but that’s it. I don’t walk around wearing a cowboy hat and boots so that might be it. I think the beard and overcoat I wear throws people off.

When was the last time you threw a punch?
Oh gosh, it’s been a while. I punch a lot of guys on set. It’s much easier than in real life as your hands don’t hurt afterwards. The key is that you miss.

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The 63rd annual Primetime Emmy Award nominees were announced Thursday morning by Mike & Molly star Melissa McCarthy and Fringe star Joshua Jackson. The show airs Sept. 18 on Fox, with Mark Burnett as executive producer. Glee’s Jane Lynch will host.

Best Actor, Drama:
Steve Buscemi
Kyle Chandler
Michael C. Hall
John Hamm
Hugh Laurie
Timothy Olyphant

Best supporting actor, Drama:
John Slattery
Andre Braugher
Walton Goggins
Peter Dinklage
Josh Charles
Alan Cumming

Best supporting actress, Drama:
Kelly Macdonale
Christina Hendricks
Michelle Forbes
Archie Panjabi
Margo Martindale
Christine Baranski

Source | Read the full list here.

Congratulations to Timothy Olyphant on his Emmy nomination for lead actor in a drama series and all the amazing cast of ‘Justified’.



The winners of the inaugural Critics’ Choice Television Awards were announced by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association, an offshoot of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, on Monday, June 20.

Unfortunately, Timothy didn’t win best actor in a drama series – but congratulations to Margo Martindale for her award for the best supporting actress in a drama series.

The cable network ReelzChannel is set to air the Critics’ Choice Television Awards on June 22 at 8 p.m. ET.


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I’ve added to our media some videos of the Emmy roundtable. You can also watch a short video from behind the scenes of the cover shoot.

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