In this exclusive clip, Head of Talent and Casting for Sony Television Dawn Steinberg discusses James Spader’s award-worthy performance on “The Blacklist,” and what you can do to take your acting to the next level! “[He] just seems to...Show More Summary
The Blacklist is a show where the plot twists always seem get even twistier. One of the biggest shockers of Season 3 revolves around a major decision made by Liz, and here how James Spader says Red feels.Click To Continue Reading
The Blacklist ended its third season with the insane reveal that not only is Liz (Megan Boone) very much alive -- she was put into hiding by Mr. Kaplan (Susan Blommaert) -- but that Alexander Kirk, the man Red (James Spader) blamed for her death, was actually her father. Now that we know Red isn't... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Blacklist
Like a lot of people, I watched the first season of The Blacklist and stuck with it the entire year because of James Spader's brilliant depiction of Red Reddington, as well as the overarching mystery behind the relationship between Reddington...
Things are about to get even more intense as the third season of NBC's hit crime drama TV series "The Blacklist" draws to a close with a brand new episode that will get to see Red (James Spader) setting his sights on the person that took away Liz's (Megan Boone) life. Show More Summary
THE BLACKLIST: REDEMPTION, a spinoff from the James Spader starring THE BLACKLIST, is coming to NBC in the 2016-2017 season. In the new series, Tom Keen, an undercover operative from THE BLACKLIST, joins forces with Susan “Scottie” Hargrave, the head honcho of Grey Matters, a “covert mercenary organization that solves problems governments don’t dare touch. While […]
On April 21, Blacklist fans watched as James Spader delivered a series defining performance, as Red Reddington mourned the loss of his partner Elizabeth Keen (Megan Boone) -- who passed away during the birth of her daughter the episode prior. Now, with the grieving period behind them, the entire... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Blacklist Megan Boone James Spader
The finale of "The Blacklist" Season 3 is expected to bring some more trouble for Red, played by James Spader.
"Alias" star Ulrich Thomsen is joining "The Blacklist" as its third season winds up. He will be playing the mysterious new villain Alexander Kirk, a character who figured largely in Raymond Reddington's (James Spader) past.
NBC's hit crime fighting drama TV series "The Blacklist" Season 3 returns this week with an all-new episode that is expected to find Reddington (James Spader) reeling over the loss of Liz (Megan Boone).
With everything that's happening on TV these days, it can sometimes be hard for a show to get a real rise out of viewers. Well, The Blacklist had no problem doing that tonight, and actor James Spader has some words.Click To Continue Reading
James Spader — renowned actor, former BDSM sex symbol and current Blacklist star — stopped by The Tonight Show last night, where he incidentally spoke to Jimmy Fallon about a time he vomited at dinner with the Kennedys. Surely you can relate. …Read More
James Spader is turning into your dad — if you're dad hung out with John F. Kennedy Jr. and has random little anecdotes about Jackie O., that is. So settle into your office chair and allow Spader to recount a family dinner at the Kennedys that began with way too many... More »
Drunk teens are likely to barf, even in the presence of America royalty. Actor James Spader dropped by The Tonight Show Wednesday to regale Jimmy Fallon with the story of the time he vomited all over his dinner plate... at the homeShow More Summary
The picture here represents the legendary Stargate, a science fictional gateway between two dimensions. There was a 1994 film starring James Spader and Kurt Russell. I often use it to illustrate the difference between planning and accounting. Planning begins today... The post Planning is not Accounting appeared first on Planning, Startups, Stories.
In 1988 director Rowdy Herrington made his debut with Jack’s Back, a sleek thriller starring James Spader in dual roles. 1988 was the 100th anniversary of the Jack the Ripper slayings and Herrington was able to use those killings and turn them into a clever modern day mystery. Well, modern for the 80’s at least. […]
Everyone loves a good underdog story, right? A plucky young outsider, a world full of naysayers, a judgmental peer group made up of James Spader characters from the 80s, a reluctant mentor who ALSO has to overcome his own...
James Spader has been playing Hollywood's baddest bad boys since the '80s, and we can't get enough. Whether he's popping up on TV or in a movie, we find ourselves drawn in to his deliciously smirky ways. We're just a pair of star-crossed lovers, it seems. Here are 8 of Spader's baddest bad-boy moments that we'll never forget.
I love "The Blacklist." It's best in class within the genre of cheesy procedurals driven by a lead character who is fallible yet blessed with talents so fine that viewers can rest easy knowing they'll be played as a trump card at the end of each episode. It follows an observant detective — in this... Continue reading
When The Blacklist returns with new episodes this Thursday, Liz (Megan Boone) is awaiting trial on murder charges after being taken into custody by the FBI - but that may be the least of her problems. According to Red (James Spader),...Show More Summary