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Has Dania Ramirez Been Cast in 'Charlie's Angels'?

by Chris Harnick, posted Jan 20th 2011 3:32PM
Dania RamirezHas Dania Ramirez joined the cast of 'Charlie's Angels'?

According to tweets from celebrity make-up artist Wendi Lynn Avignone, the 'Heroes' actress will be part of the cast. Avignone and Ramirez previously worked together on 'Heroes' and 'Entourage.' The tweets have since been deleted, but you can check out a screen capture below.

Other than 'Heroes,' Ramirez is known for her work on 'Entourage' and in 'X-Men: The Last Stand.'

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Dania Ramirez Sets the Record Straight (VIDEO)

by AOL TV Staff, posted Jul 29th 2010 3:09PM
Dania RamirezDania Ramirez has done a lot of things, including modeling, appearances in music videos, and roles on shows like 'Entourage,' 'The Sopranos,' 'Buffy, The Vampire Slayer,' and 'Heroes,' where she played Maya, a character a lot of fans hated. But one thing she has never done? Marriage!

On 'The Wendy Williams Show' (weekdays, check local listings), Ramirez set the record straight on her supposed marriage to a guy she had been dating for a while. It was just a rumor on the very thing you're reading now, the internet. In fact, she has never been married, so stop saying she was!

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'America's Next Top Model' - 'America's Next Top Vampire' Recap

by Michael Pascua, posted Apr 1st 2010 2:12AM
Krista channels her inner vampire on Top Model.
(S14E04) This week on 'America's Next Top Model,' Tyra banks decided to continue trying to be current by realizing that people like vampires. At least it was a step more current than her MySpace parody in the first episode. It makes me wonder if people will find bloody vampires as controversial as the dead model photoshoot in Cycle Eight, or is there a double standard with vampires?

Speaking of vampires, Tyra continues to suck the souls of her contestants. This week, Brenda was forced to change her hair yet again. Instead of soccer mom, Brenda's sides were buzzed to give her more of a faux-hawk look.

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Heroes: Eris Quod Sum

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 28th 2008 8:48AM
Heroes' Elle (Kristen Bell)(S03E07) Have you noticed how quickly an episode of Heroes goes by? It's not a bad thing, but it just goes to show you how much they pack into each episode. It helps that they're juggling forty to fifty storylines at any given time. It's one of those things where when you're looking at writing up a review of the show there's just so much that happens. Again, I liked this episode but there weren't any major developments as far as the bigger events.

We did have another de-powering as well as another death. Kristen Bell returned to the show as the troubled Elle, and Claire's mom again showed us what her power was by holding her palm up and having fire dance on it. Hey lady, we're sooo over it! Does Peter get his powers back? Does Sylar really just need a hug? Did Hayden Panattiere finally get any acting lessons so she can show more than "earnest" on her face?

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Heroes: Dying of the Light

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 21st 2008 5:10AM
Heroes
(S03E06)
Say what you want, but I think this episode continued the good streak established last week. It looks like, after a shaky start, the Heroes train is finally back on the track. All it took was some patience. That's a good sign for the rest of the season. Now if it could just get some of those lost viewers back. I hope NBC is factoring in downloads, DVR playbacks and streaming views online into their decisions regarding this show as I know it performs extremely well there.

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Heroes: Angels and Monsters

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 14th 2008 8:02AM
Heroes -
(S03E05)
"Suresh. Yeah, he's harmless." Nathan telling Tracy that maybe Mohinder can help them.

Ah, the irony. Those who were harmless are suddenly finding themselves much more dangerous. In fact, the three sweetest characters from past seasons, Peter, Mohinder and Claire, are suddenly three of the darkest characters as tonight's episode began. Especially if you factor in their future incarnations. A lot of critics are decrying the meandering plotlines and again overcrowded cast of this show, but I have to say that by the end of this episode, even those naysayers should be on board this train.

The reveal at the end brought together so many elements from the past and really paved an exciting future for us. I was always intrigued by the promise of more attention spent on the first generation of heroes, including Ma Petrelli and Pa Parkman, Linderman and the rest of the "old folks." It looks like we're going to finally see some of that promise come to light and I think it's going to really add something to the mythology being established here.

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Heroes: I Am Become Death

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 6th 2008 11:23PM
Heroes(S03E04) A lot of people have said in the comments that it appears as if I don't like Heroes. Believe me, that's not true. I'm actually a huge fan of the show. As a huge comic book junkie for more years and dollars than good sense will allow me to admit, the potential and general premise of this series is tremendously exciting. And the fact that it achieved such mainstream success right out of the gate was nothing short of astounding.

However, just like you'll tell your wife whom you love more than anything else that she has a piece of lettuce stuck in her teeth, I'm not going to just put on rose-colored glasses and pretend that every scene, line and moment of each episode is solid gold. If I see lettuce, I'm going to call them on it. Because the way I see it, it's just lettuce. It doesn't change how wonderful and beautiful she is in the slightest. It's just a little thing that needs to be taken care of because it's distracting me and it doesn't really fit the whole look her face is going for. Kind of like whatever's going on with Mohinder.

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