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If ever there were four words that sum up New Girl‘s Jessica Day, they’re these: “I. Craft. So. Much.”

Jess utters them to her schoolhouse crush, Ryan, in this exclusive sneak peek of Tuesday’s episode (Fox, 9/8c). Jess and Ryan are at a teachers’ seminar run by an education guru played by Cosby Show alum Lisa Bonet — and when Bonet’s character suggests her audience “embrace the intimacy,” Ms. Day takes that to heart.

In the video below, Bonet and recurring guest star Julian Morris offer a preview of the episode. Our favorite part: when one of the characters says, “I can’t get you out of my head.” / Source

Universal Studios Home Entertainment will release Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer’s Curse on Blu-ray early next year. The third installment in theDragonheart series stars Ben Kingsley, Jassa Ahluwalia, Jonjo O’Neill, Jake Curran, Dominic Mafham, Christopher Fairbank, Ozama Oancea, Harry Lister Smith and Daniel Everitt-Lock. Street date is February 24, 2015. 

The original DragonHeart (1996) was released on Blu-ray by Universal in 2012. Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer’s Curse is presented in 1080p with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround. Special features include:

  • A Dragon’s Life
  • Digital HD Ultraviolet Digital Copy

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Julian Morris, Once Upon a Time‘s Prince Charming Phillip, made his entrance on Tuesday’s New Girl. And Charming it was indeed.

As Ryan Geauxinue (cheekily pronounced Goes-in-you), the “distractingly handsome” Brit science teacher brought in to replace a newly promoted Jess (Zooey Deschanel), he will test Jess’s professionalism as a Vice Principal—not to mention her resolve as a woman with functioning eyes and ears—as the colleagues grow closer over the next several episodes.

Which isn’t to say Jess and Ryan got off to a smooth smart. Sure, there was a brief, work-inappropriate shoulder rub in Morris’s first episode, “Landline”… but that was followed by Jess repeatedly, albeit unintentionally, smacking Ryan in the crotch. “I didn’t wear a cup,” Morris laughs. “[Because] of the angle we filmed that, Zooey could sort of sweep her hand back, and it would look as if there was contact, which there wasn’t—except for on one occasion. It stung just a little.”

Tuesday’s episode wrapped with Ryan getting thisclose to asking Jess on a date, only to be interrupted when Principal Foster (Curtis Armstrong) delivered marching orders that Jess is verboten from fraternizing with her employees. Still, Morris promises that, after New Girl takes a World Series hiatus for the rest of October, November will be a major month Ryan and Jess.

Namely, they’ll have their first kiss. “An attraction builds and builds” as Jess learns about Ryan’s past as a Wall Street banker and what inspired him to teach, says Morris. Finally on Nov. 18’s “Teachers,” the coworkers are “forced to interact at a teacher’s conference. Lisa Bonet plays this wonderful character, this guru who’s all about trust and intimacy exercises. [Jess and Ryan] are pushed closer and closer until they actually kiss in this episode, which is wonderful.”

Morris continues, “The episode’s about Jess’s attraction to Ryan. [She’s] trying to do everything that she can to suppress it because, professionally, she can’t have what she wants.” Ironically, it’s exactly Jess’s work that ignites the spark. And it doesn’t hurt that, according Morris, “At any good conference, there’s a lot of alcohol. We get drunk, I end up in my [bathrobe]. We’re chatting and bonding, and we end up kissing.”

As for how he ends up nearly naked in that bathrobe… Morris teases that “a moment of heroism” for Ryan meant he was filming “in a swimming pool, at 1 a.m. [on Thursday night] fully clothed, arm-in-arm with Damon [Wayans Jr.].” Nice work if you can get it.

Filming is currently underway on New Girl‘s Thanksgiving installment, which Morris teases involves an airport—either the most or least romantic place Jess can find herself with a new beau. Past that, Fox confirms Morris is slated to continue filming beyond the Thanksgiving episode, and the actor says his schedule is open until he starts work on the Amazon series Hand of God in February 2015.

Now that Jess has made it past a cruise-ship break-up, a failed wedding hook-up, and amicro-penised cheater, could she be on track to finding The One? We’ll begin finding out when New Girl returns to Fox on Nov. 4. Source

Fantastic news has been released about Hand of God. Congratulations to Julian and the entire cast and crew!

It appears to be a decision day at Amazon Studios as options on the casts of the company’s third batch of pilots expire today. I’ve learned that the actors on drama Hand of God have been picked up, with the project fully expected to go to series. Two other pilots — David Gordon Green and Steven Soderbergh’s country club comedy Red Oaks, and Whit Stillman’s expat comedy The Cosmopolitans — are in serious contention. Both have a real shot at a pickup, with an order for Red Oaks considered likely. Not going forward are drama Hysteria and comedy Really. The five pilots debuted on Amazon on Aug. 28. As usual, Amazon is keeping mum and is expected to make a formal pickup announcements, possibly early next week.

Marking the television debut of filmmaker Marc Forster and written by Ben Watkins, Hand of God stars Sons of Anarchy alum Ron Perlman as the powerful Judge Pernell Harris, a hard-living, law-bending married man with a high-end call girl on the side, who suffers a mental breakdown and goes on a vigilante quest to find the rapist who tore his family apart. With no real evidence to go on, Pernell begins to rely on “visions” and “messages” he believes are being sent by God through Pernell’s ventilator-bound son. Dana Delany co-stars as the Judge’s protective wife Crystal Harris. Garret Dillahunt, Andre Royo, Alona Tal, Julian Morris, Elizabeth McLaughlin and Emayatzy Corinealdi also co-star. Forster, Watkins, Perlman, Brian Wilkins and Jeff King executive produce, with Jillian Kugler co-executive producing.

Amazon Studios is garnering critical attention with its latest original series, comedy Transparent, which debuted last week.