It was a day of fire and funeral in Chester’s Mill.
Nearly every member of the main cast of the CBS science fiction drama “Under the Dome” appeared in Southport Monday for all-day work on the second episode of season two.
For the second time this month, filming centered around Trinity United Methodist Church and East Nash Street.
Production crews began the morning by simulating fire and smoke, burning a pile of various wooden objects in the middle of East Nash Street in front of the post office. Those scenes featured “Big Jim” Rennie, played by Dean Norris, and new cast member Eddie Cahill, who plays his brother-in-law Sam.
Fellow main cast members Mike Vogel, Rachelle Lefevre, Colin Ford, Nicholas Strong and Mackenzie Lintz joined newcomer Karla Crome for afternoon work both inside and outside Trinity.
There, the cast and crew, along with 100 extras, staged elaborate funeral scenes involving a hearse, while townspeople walked into “Holy Redeemer Church”. Four extras, who served as pallbearers, placed a pine box in the hearse.
Earlier, interior scenes of the funeral were shot.
The production already has announced that two popular characters of the show will meet their bitter end during the first episode of the second season, written by source novelist Stephen King.
In cast news, it was announced this week that Dwight Yoakam had joined the cast for a role this season.
Yoakam, 57, has successfully balanced his music career with acting, starring in “Panic Room” and “Sling Blade”.
Yoakam will play Lyle Chumley, who runs Chester Mills’ barber shop, the Two Scissors. According to TV Guide, Chumley has a lengthy and complicated history with “Big Jim”.
Chumley was once romantically involved with Big Jim’s wife, Pauline, who passed away. To complicate events even further, Chumley has a connection to the dome, and could be the person who knows the answers to its origin, the magazine report states.
In February, it was announced that Sherry Stringfield, who starred in “ER”, had signed on to play Pauline Rennie in the series.
Rachelle, after so long time, finally attended an event yesterday in New York. Enjoy the HQs I grabbed and added to the gallery!
The third and last batch of screencaptures of ‘A Gifted Man’ has been added, thanks again to Annie at patrick-wilson.org.
The graduating class at Miss Aversham and Miss Cronstall’s School for Girls find that they have – in defiance of the natural laws of probability – all blossomed simultaneously. Capitalizing on their unique status, and intent on teaching high school boys to NEVER take girls for granted, they issue a challenge to the boys of Easthill’s rival private schools, Selby and Lancaster. The winner in a series of designated competitions will be awarded exclusive rights to the girls as prom dates. Like the capricious and meddlesome gods of Greek mythology, the ACS girls pit the boys’ schools against each other in a (secret) Prom War.
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Production is currently under way on Season 2 of CBS’s “Under the Dome,” and today the first preview has arrived, which teases new mysteries and characters on the show.
“Under the Dome” stars Mike Vogel (Barbie), Colin Ford (Joe), Alexander Koch (Junior), Rachelle Lefevre (Julia), Natalie Martinez (Linda), Dean Norris (Big Jim), Mackenzie Lintz (Norrie), and Britt Robertson (Angie).
Season 2 newcomers announced thus far include Sherry Stringfield, Eddie Cahill, Grace Victoria Cox, and Karla Crome.
“Under the Dome” returns on Monday, June 30th, and plans to kill off two “favorites” in its Stephen King-penned Season 2 premiere.
Under the Dome: Season 2 Preview di dreadcentral
Back in 2010 Rachelle played the role of Emily Miller in the movie Casino Jack. Here today I’ve added HD screencaptures from the bluray disc.
A hot shot Washington DC lobbyist and his protégé go down hard as their schemes to peddle influence lead to corruption and murder.
The popular show Under the Dome is back in production for their second season and author Stephen King, whose novel is the basis for the CBS series, marked the occasion yesterday on his Twitter account, tweeting:
“The 2nd season of UNDER THE DOME starts production tomorrow. I’m pretty stoked.”
King, who serves as an executive producer on the show, is returning to write the season’s first episode, as he did with the pilot that kicked off the series.
Filming begins in Wilmington, but has locations around the state to bring 13 new episodes to life.
The show may return as early as June and producer Brian K. Vaughan was quoted as saying “No one is safe” Under the Dome.
CSI: NY alum Eddie Cahill and British actress Karla Crome have been cast to join Dean Norris (Breaking Bad), Mike Vogel (Bates Motel), Rachelle Lefevre (Twilight saga), Natalie Martinez (CSI: NY), Alexander Koch, Britt Robertson, Colin Ford, Mackenzie Lintz and Aisha Hinds.
Homefront DVD/Blu-Ray release is 10 days away from us (it will be released next March 11, and you can already pre-order here) but it’s already available on Instant Download or iTunes. I have posted now HD screen captures in our gallery, check it: