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Cold Case S03E03 – Bad Night Full HD Screencaps

Cold_Case_s03e03_1080p_183Continuing KM UK’s look back 15 years to Cold Case as it was then, we move on to season 3’s ‘Bad Night’.  The 9th of October 2005 was when this episode first aired.

In a case that brings up some issues for Will Jeffries (Thom Barry), the squad investigate the murder of a young man blamed for causing the life changing injuries of his girl friend.

As well as the expected, completely new set of 194 (Full HD, 1080p) of the baddest (meaning good) screencaps there are also a couple of new promo photos as well in the Gallery.

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Cold Case S03E02 – The Promise Photos Update

still_010Lilly and the gang investigate the death of a young woman in a college fraternity house fire.

There is already a comprehensive set of 1080p screencaps for ‘The Promise’ in the Gallery so today we just have a set of 4 new and one upgraded (number 1) promotional photographs and a new on-set photograph.

Check them all out in the Gallery.

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Cold Case Cast Catch-up – September 2020

The lack of production taking place yet, or only just about to start, is hurting the amount of showbiz news coming out.  This is likely to be shortest Cold Case Cast Catch-up yet.

Typically, the day after last month’s CCCC-up news broke that the new film Dear Evan Hansen that Danny Pino (Scotty Valens in CC) is set to star in had added Julianne Moore to the cast.  Oscar winner Julianne (Far From Heaven) will play one of the main character’s mother in the movie adaptation of the hit musical.  This is fast becoming a stellar cast with Amy Adams (Arrival), Kaitlyn Dever (Last Man Standing), Ben Platt (The Politician) and Danny already signed-up.  In the past few weeks two Broadway stars (DeMarius Copes and Gerald Caesar) have also been added to the cast.  The film is still in pre-production, so is some way off.

Tracie Thoms (Kat Miller in CC) is very active on social media giving support to various campaigns but does not appear to be working as she normally would.  Shows like 9-1-1, which Tracie has been a regular in for several seasons are expecting to start production in October.  We’ll have to wait and see if that is possible.


Cold Case Hits 17

CC_Titles_16Cold Case can finally drink at it’s own birthday party!

In 2003 on the 28th of September, 17 years ago today, the world was first introduced to the phenomenon that is Cold Case.

The show began a very successful 7 season run which ended after 156 broadcast episodes in 2010.  It made household names of the initial cast Kathryn, Justin, John, Jeremy, and Thom.  Danny and Tracie joined later.  Many of them were already well established actors but starring in a big prime-time series is going to put you in millions of homes each week.  As the show progressed, Cold Case was also amongst the first roles for many people that are now very well know, Jennifer Lawrence being a notable example.  Also, there were guest stars aplenty.

Happy Birthday Cold Case.

Around this time of year we’d normally be welcoming the return of established shows and the premieres of newcomers.  This year, because of you-know-what, has thrown things up into the air.  It is not clear when shows will properly return.

The KM UK process of updating the gallery with new 1080p screencaps where they are currently missing, and new/updated publicity photos, will continue.  Look out for updates soon.

Cold Case Cast Catch-up – August 2020

Throw the summer holidays on top of ‘everything else’ that’s going on in 2020 and it is not surprising that showbiz news is a little lacking.  The difficulties of making the normal shows for the autumn/fall season will soon start to be very noticeable to everyone.  We do, however, still have some news for our regular monthly Cold Case Cast Catch-ups so let’s go with that.

For the second month running we are going to start with Danny Pino (Scotty Valens in CC).  In the past few days it has been announced that Danny has joined the cast of a film called Dear Evan Hansen.  This is the movie adaptation of a very successful (Tony and Grammy award winning!) musical.  Ben Platt (The Politician) was the star of the Broadway stage production and will take on the same role for the film.  Amy Adams (Arrival) and Kaitlyn Dever (Last Man Standing) are set co-star in the big screen version.  The story is about a teenager who kills himself and the repercussions on his friend Evan (Platt) as result of his behaviour.  Amy is the dead boy’s mother.  Danny will be Amy’s husband, who did not feature in the stage show, and step-father to her two children (Platt and Dever).  Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the team behind La La Land, will be doing music and lyrics for the film.  It is still early days for this project so it will be awhile before we get any idea of release dates.

While reading up on Dear Evan Hansen it came to light that Danny also has a film coming out in October.  This is not something that we’ve previously reported on here, it managed to pass us by.  Anyway, the film is called Fatale and stars Hilary Swank (Million Dollar Baby), Michael Ealy (The Perfect Guy) and Mike Colter (Luke Cage).  I think The Perfect Guy might be a good comparison in terms of vibe for Fatale, but with Ealy as a man caught up in scheme by a dodgy copper (Swank).  The film already has a bit of history with it really starting two years ago and being purchased for distribution one year ago.  After several delays (y’know, because of ‘the thing’) it is currently set for release at the end of October in the US.  That could easily change.

Normally I rely on Tracie Thoms (Kat Miller in CC) to help fill these posts.  For once I think she has let me down.  We stil love you Tracie!  But, I did find that at the beginning of August she appeared as a guest on a YouTube-based channel called Stars In The House.  With the complete shutdown of theatres across the world the channel was created to support The Actors Fund charity.  In a regular Monday night slot Andréa Burns (Blue Bloods) interviews various stars of the stage.  Here we are on the last Monday of the month.  Back on the first Monday of August, Andréa hosted Tracie and the wonderful Helen Hunt (Twister) for an hour-long chat.  Sounds good to me!  Watch it HERE.

Just to pad this article out a little more we’ll drop in a quick bit of news on the Veena Sud (writer/producer on Cold Case) series The Stranger.  It was created as a series of very short episodes for the online streaming platform Quibi but was shown on a big screen recently.  Last week a suitably ‘current situation compliant’ drive-in movie theater was set up in Glendale, California, and all 13, sub-ten minute long episodes played as a feature film.  Veena also did a Q&A session afterwards.

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