Prepare to enter a dangerous world of high society and million-dollar business deals turned deadly.Simms takes his passion for a stranger one step too far, he pays for it more ways then he ever imagined. Vivica A. Fox and Shemar Moore sizzle in this dangerous thriller where loyalty is for sale andno one can be trusted.
From the producers of Trois and Trois 2: Pandora's Box comes another sexy thriller! Vivica A. Fox and Shemar Moore sizzle in this dangerous thriller where loyalty is for sale and no one can be trusted. When Emery Simms betrays his beautiful wife Constance for one night of passion with a seductive stranger, he is convinced he can keep the fling a secret and move on. But in the high-stakes world ofupper society and shady business, someone is always watching and Simms learns quickly that no matter what kind of vows you take, nothing is sacred and no one is ever really safe.
Into these women's lives comes an innocent teenage girl named Dinah (series star Rachel Skarsten), who is drawn to the clock tower by powerful, haunting visions. Unsure of her background but impressed by her budding metahuman powers, the two crimefighters allow Dinah to help them thwart a criminal scheme that has resulted in several mysterious suicides and threatens the city's infrastructure. The mastermind behind the mayhem is Dr. Harleen Quinzel, with whom Helena undergoes court-ordered therapy, unaware that she is actually villain Harley Quinn (series star Mia Sara), a brilliant madwoman who was the paramour of The Joker (voiced by Mark Hamill). Dreaming of creating a criminal empire, Harley plans to release all the lunatics from mental institutions and use the resulting chaos to take control of New Gotham.
Meanwhile, a policeman, Detective Jesse Reese (series star Shemar Moore), who possesses a dark secret of his own, goes on a personal mission to figure out what's happening in New Gotham and who the mysterious Helena Kyle really is.
Kym is presenting for the Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards, so she needs to be sure she's on top of her game. Kym starts out by directing her jokes toward the audience, but soon realizes she's in for Moore than she bargained for!
Criminal Minds clip - starring Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler, Thomas Gibson, Kirsten Vangsness, A.J. Cook, Paget Brewster.
Criminal Minds: Season 6 clip - starring Joe Mantegna, Thomas Gibson, Paget Brewster, Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler, A.J. Cook.
“Criminal Minds” stars Joe Mantegna and AJ Cook dish on their costars.
We're only a few short days away from the season premiere of Criminal Minds, and the cast of the popular CBS series is opening up about what to expect on September 26. Video: Shemar Moore on His 'Criminal Minds' Costars
'There's going to be a lot more personal stories,' reveals Joe Mantegna, who plays agent David Rossi on the procedural drama.
Motives -- Prepare to enter a dangerous world of high society and million-dollar business deals turned deadly.Simms takes his passion for a stranger one step too far, he pays for it more ways then he ever imagined. Vivica A. Fox and Shemar Moore sizzle in this dangerous thriller where loyalty is for sale andno one can be trusted.
Actor Shemar Moore from the popular television series 'Criminal Minds' sits down with Alyona to talk about his career and new Kickstarter campaign, 'The Bounce Back.'
Shemar Moore tells ET exclusively that the late Soul Train creator Don Cornelius, who died today of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot, may have been dealing with the effects of dementia or Alzheimer's disease. The former Soul Train host tells ET, 'I don't know what his health was like. I had heard rumors that it was early [onset] dementia, Alzheimer's, things like that.'
Women swoon wherever Shemar goes, but this time it brought Arsenio's show to a halt.
The handsome actor went to great lengths -- and we mean great -- to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But don't take our word for it. Watch it here.
All in the name of cancer research, Shemar Moore took aim at a target in order to soak Jack Black in the dunk tank. Could he do it? Find out here!
In today's ET to GO: Former Soul Train host Shemar Moore says the show's creator Don Cornelius may have had dementia -- plus a behind-the-scenes look at the making of The Hunger Games.
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