The fourth installment in Lifetime’s Flowers In The Attic series has gotten the official go. Lifetime said today that Seeds Of Yesterday will air next year. The saga of the tormented Dollanganger family comes to an end in the fourth and final book in V.C. Andrews’ series of novels.
Lifetime gave the go-ahead to the third installment, If There Be Thorns, last month and Seeds Of Yesterday was expected to follow shortly.
Jason Lewis and Rachael Carpani will reprise their roles from If There Be Thorns as Christopher and Cathy Dollanganger, while James Maslow (Big Time Rush) will play Bart Dollanganger. Shawn Ku (Beautiful Boy) directs from a script by Darren Stein (Jawbreaker).
2 photos of James and Debby Ryan in the VIP lounge (Hosted by Dell) during the Katy Perry concert on Saturday have been added to the gallery.
A brand new outtake from the promotional cast shoot for Crackle’s original series Sequestered has been added into the gallery. Be sure to check it out!
21 photos of James looking very GQ on the red carpet for Crackle’s Summer Premieres Event celebrating Sequestered & Cleaners have been added into the gallery. Be sure to check them out
33 high quality screen captures of James’ appearance in the 6th episode of Sequestered have been added into the gallery.
James Maslow is best known as the star of the award winning music group BIG TIME RUSH and the Nickelodeon series of the same name. In the recently completed season of ABC’s “Dancing With The Stars,” he was a fan favorite, fourth place finalist and the show’s last man standing. Maslow and his group last toured Latin America to sold out performances. His new series, “Sequestered,” premieres on Sony Crackle the week of August 5th followed by his first solo music project release in November. In an exclusive interview the young heartthrob reveals some DWTS secrets and his plans for a very bright future.
HOMBRE: Last man standing! How was your experience in “Dancing with the Stars”?
James Maslow: Unlike anything I’ve experienced and a lot more fun. A lot more of everything. It was more difficult, more frustrating at times than I could have expected, but ultimately it was more rewarding.
It actually opened up a lot about myself. It helped me to further discover why I am the way I am today. And I think America was able to perceive me as the young driven man that I am, versus the young character and kid that I played for so many years on TV, so I’m really grateful.
H: Did choreography for Big Time Rush prepare you for DWTS?
JM: We never did a ton because we were singing live and it had to be as complicated as all four of us could do well together, but it helped having a basis. Ballroom dancing and partner dancing is entirely a different story so understanding music and musicality which came from those aspects of my life was actually a lot more beneficial than any of the choreography and dance I’ve done before.
H: What performance stands out from the show?
JM: I have to pick a few because it’s hard to pick just one. “Frozen,” the contemporary dance we did turned out to be one of the coolest dances and experiences I’ve ever had. It was the first dance where I didn’t have to learn specific techniques for ballroom dancing, rather it was subject to what I was capable of doing and what I was comfortable. It was the first dance where I expressed myself in the best way possible. It was the first perfect score of the season.
And lastly the freestyle once again because it was expressive of what I like. I felt that I got to tell a little bit more of my story to America which was really athletic and fun and adventurous and willing to take risks. Basically it’s fair to say that we won the freestyle because that’s the one dance that was voted back.
H: Who were you excited to share the stage with?
JM: Honestly I was excited to see Drew Carey. He’s been around for so many years. I used to watch ‘Whose line is it anyway?” and was a fan of his work as a comedian. He was an absolute gentleman. He’s more successful than most people realize. He committed each time he was there, he tried really hard. Ninety percent of the cast really wanted to be there and the ones who stayed at the end absolutely did, but Drew was a great example of that. Even though technically he wasn’t a great dancer he was sure entertaining and he committed.