Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Fan asks about Alex O'Loughlin's next move

TV Guide's Mickey O'Connor fielded a question today about our lovely Alex O'Loughlin and his future projects. Top secret offers, huh?

Mickey refers back to a post you may remember where he suggested Alex would be perfect for the tv show, Lost. Since it is mentioned in his answer today, I'll repost the old info for those who missed it.

Great question, Debbie! We need to keep Moonlight and its incredible cast in the minds of entertainment reporters, critics and such. It is very important.

Today's News : Our Take

Is Moonlight's Alex O'Loughlin going to do anything that will continue to showcase acting magnificence? — Debbie

Mickey: Last I heard from Benedict XVI, the canonization process is well under way, but until St. Alex makes his official Vatican debut, he is weighing offers, as they say. Top-secret offers. That I can't talk about yet. But I can say that my idea for AO'L's next move probably isn't going to happen.

Here is Mickey's idea for Sophia Myles, Jason Dohring & Alex O'Loughlin's next projects.....

Not to beat a dead vampire, but despite all the last-ditch efforts — by the CW, TNT, DirecTV — Moonlight is actually dead, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Their source says the sets have been dismantled, and the show's soundstage will soon be occupied by Simon Baker's new drama The Mentalist.

Although I wasn't a regular viewer of Moonlight, I am sad for its passing, since it's nice when a show generates such a devoted fan base. Let's all look toward the future though. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, star of the recently canceled New Amsterdam, has already landed a new pilot at Fox. Where will you like to see Moonlight stars Alex O'Loughlin, Sophia Myles and Jason Dohring show up next?

A Dohring-Kristen Bell reunion on Heroes seems inevitable. Myles might make a dangerous addition to Mad Men's stable of lethal beauties. And call me crazy, but when I see O'Loughlin, I immediately think: "Widmore henchman" on Lost. Got any other ideas? — Mickey O'Connor

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