Emmanuelle Chriqui Cast in “The Passage”

According to Deadline Hollywood, Emmanuelle Chriqui has joined the television pilot “The Passage”. The show, if ordered to series, will air on the Fox network.

Written by Liz Heldens based on author Justin Cronin’s best-selling trilogy of the same name, The Passage is an epic, character-driven thriller about a secret government medical facility experimenting with a dangerous virus that could either cure all disease or cause the downfall of the human race.

Chriqui will play Dr. Lila Kyle, surgeon and ex-­‐wife to Brad Wolgast (Gosselaar).

Emmanuelle Chriqui to Star in “Hospitality”

Emmanuelle Chriqui has been cast in the independent film “Hospitality” playing “a woman with a checkered past who must protect her son when a man brings trouble to her isolated bed and breakfast.”

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Release Date for “Super Troopers 2”

A release date has been set for “Super Troopers 2,” it will be out in theaters on April 20, 2018. Emmanuelle Chriqui plays the role of Genevieve Aubois, who is a French-Canadian cultural attaché focused on relations with the U.S.

Emmanuelle Chriqui Cast In Hulu’s Psychic Drama Series “Shut Eye”

The Americans’ Susan Misner and Entourage alumna Emmanuelle Chriqui are set to co-star opposite Jeffrey Donovan in the Hulu drama series Shut Eye.

Emmanuelle will be playing a character named Gina, who is a hypnotist.

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Emmanuelle Chriqui Joins TNT’s “Murder in the First”

Entourage alumna Emmanuelle Chriqui is joining TNT’s Murder in the First as a series regular.

Per our sister site Deadline, Chriqui will play Lara Cruz, a brash and badass member of the SFPD Gang Task Force.

Chriqui marks the second addition for Season 2 of the crime drama, which last month cast CSI: NY vet A.J. Buckley as Marty “Junior” Mulligan, brother to Kathleen Robertson’s Detective Hildy Mulligan and a fellow San Francisco PD police officer.

Chriqui — who will appear in the upcoming Entourage motion picture — also has had roles on TV’s The Mentalist and The Borgias, plus Crackle’s Cleaners.


Emmanuelle Chriqui In Upcoming TV Movie “Killing Jesus”

More than a year after signing on to adapt Bill O’Reilly’s Killing Jesus, National Geographic Channel has set the all-star cast for the TV movie.

Haaz Sleiman (The Visitor) will star as Jesus in the all-star cast that also includes Kelsey Grammer, Stephen Moyer, Emmanuelle Chriqui and John Rhys Davies,The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Based on the best-selling book by O’Reilly and Martin Dugard, the film chronicles the life of Jesus of Nazareth through the retelling of the political, social and historical conflicts during the Roman Empire that ultimately led to his death.

Grammer (Boss) will star as King Herod, the unrelenting and ambitious Roman King of Judea, who attempted to kill Jesus at his birth. Moyer (True Blood) is set as Pontius Pilate, aka the Roman governor who ordered Jesus’ crucifixion.

The cast also includes Rufus Sewell (Hercules) as Caiaphas, high priest of Jerusalem and conspirator in Jesus’ death; Chriqui (Entourage) as Herodia, Herod II’s ex-wife who married his brother Antipas, who manipulated her husband and daughter into killing John the Baptist; Eoin Macken(The Night Shift)as Antipas, the tetrarch of Galilee and Perea and co-conspirator in Jesus’ death; Davies (Lord of the Rings) is as Annas, a high priest in Jerusalem who first questioned Jesus and his teachings; Abhin Galeya will be John the Baptist, considered a prophet who was arrested and killed by Antipas; and Stephanie Leonidas (Defiance) is Salome, daughter of Herod II and Herodias, who led to the demise of John the Baptist.

Rounding out the cast will be Aneurin Barnard (The White Queen) as James, one of Jesus’ 12 apostles;Vernon Dobtcheff (Before Sunset) as Isaiah, the prophet who King Herod claimed came to him in a dream and prophesied his death;Tamsin Egerton (The Look of Love) as Claudia, the wife of Pontius Pilate;John Lynch (Sliding Doors) as Nicodemus, a Pharisee and member of the high court in Israel, who was sympathetic to Jesus; Joe Doyle (Reign) as Judas, the apostle who eventually betrayed Jesus; and Alexis Rodney (Guardians of the Galaxy) as Simon (Peter), one of Jesus’ 12 apostles and his closest confidant.

“The film Killing Jesus will break new ground in chronicling the life of the most famous human being who ever lived,” said O’Reilly, who also serves as an executive producer. “The superb cast and script reflect much thought and research. Viewers are in for something very different and very special.”

Killing Jesus will premiere globally on National Geographic Channel in 2015 in 171 countries and 45 languages, and in Spanish on Nat Geo Mundo. The movie hails from the Emmy-nominated team behind Killing Kennedy, including O’Reilly, Scott Free Productions’ Ridley Scott, David Zucker, Mary Lisio and Teri Weinberg. Heather Moran and Charlie Parsons will exec produce for NGC.

The movie marks the third collaboration for NGC with Scott Free and O’Reilly, joining Killing Lincoln, which drew a then-record 3.4 million viewers to the cable network, and Killing Kennedy, which topped its predecessor.

Production on Killing Jesus will begin in the fall with Chris Menaul on board to direct. Oscar and Emmy-winning screenwriter Walon Green (The Hellstrom Chronicle) will pen the teleplay.

“The combined talent of this incredible cast is unparalleled, and we can’t wait to see what this team of actors can do,” NGC’s Moran said. “With this stellar cast and breath-taking script by Walon based on Bill’s page turner, we are going to explore the seismic political and historical events that surrounded the life and death of Jesus as never before.”

Grammer is repped by UTA, Category 5 Entertainment and Surpin Mayersohn. Moyer is with WME, Luber Roklin and Bloom Hergott. Sleiman, whose credits also include Showtime’s Nurse Jackie, is with Gersh and Management 360.


“Congo On The Come Up” Music Video

NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Andy Mulumba, and Actress Emmanuelle Chriqui star alongside Omekongo, JD Stier and Lindsay Samakow in the music video for the song “Congo On The Come Up”.

“Make a Clean Break, California” PSA

Actresses Amy Smart, Eva Amurri, Dawn Olivieri, and Emmanuelle Chriqui ask Gov. Jerry Brown to make a “clean break” with fossil fuels and commit to replacing the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station with 100% clean energy. Clean energy creates jobs, cleans up the environment, and it’s how we’re going to grow our economy in a sustainable way. That’s the commitment we should make.


Emmanuelle Chriqui To Guest Star On “Men at Work”

Ryan Phillippe, Numb3rs vet David Krumholtz and Entourage alum Emmanuelle Chriqui are slated to guest-star on Men at Work’s upcoming third season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

Phillippe, who most recently recurred on the final season of Damages, will play himself in a hallucination/fantasy scene that Milo (Danny Masterson) has about his girlfriend, Sasha (Chriqui).

Chriqui will romance Milo as Sasha, who owns a business with her ex-girlfriend Dylan. Milo is unsure if he is jealous of their closeness.

Krumholtz will recur as Myron, the editor-in-chief of Full Steam magazine and the guys’ new boss. ‘N Sync’s Lance Bass, who recently shared a photo from his time on set, will also play himself on an upcoming episode.

Also starring Michael Cassidy, James Lesure and Adam Busch, Men at Work’s new season premieres on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 10/9c on TBS.


Celebrities Ask Governor Hickenlooper: What the Frack?

#WhatTheFrack? Celebrities are urging President Obama and lawmakers to protect our air, water and public health from the dangerous effects of fracking. Join the movement. Together we can #BanFrackingNow! Visit www.americansagainstfracking.org for more.