Criminal Minds (2012) PDF Imprimer Envoyer
Projets de Dean Cain

Tournage : 21 et 22 novembre 2011

Diffusion : 2 février 2012, sur la chaîne américaine CBS

Scénario :
Réalisateur :
Doug Aarniokoski
Principaux interprètes :

Shemar Moore...........................

Matthew Gray Gubler..................

Thomas Gibson.........................

Informations sur l'épisode : saison 7, épisode 13 : ''Snake Eyes''

Artistes-invités :

Dean Cain.................................Curtis

Tourné à : Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa, Rancho Mirage, Californie, États-Unis d'Amérique

Résumé de l'épisode : L'histoire de cet épisode se déroule dans un casino et le personnage de Dean Cain aime emprunter les raccourcis : devenir très riche très rapidement, tout en tuant des gens.


RANCHO MIRAGE — A gambler-turned-murderer was spotted in the desert and welcomed with open arms as “Criminal Minds” shot an episode for its seventh season.

The television drama, which delves into the work of an elite group of profilers who analyze the nation's most dangerous minds to thwart their next crime, filmed Monday and Tuesday at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa, turning the Rancho Mirage business into a bustling Atlantic City spot.

The show's stars Shemar Moore, Matthew Gray Gubler and Thomas Gibson were not on set Tuesday, but guest star Dean Cain took over the blackjack tables and the spotlight.

“‘Criminal Minds' is very unique in that the guest star comes in and you get to create a whole new world,” said Cain, whose usually kind eyes and jet-black hair were crazed and tousled for the role.

“This particular role makes me feel like I'm doing a small movie on a guy who is just bent out of control on a downward spiral.”

Cain, whose most notable role was as Clark Kent/Superman opposite Terri Hatcher in “Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” plays Curtis Banks in the episode slated to air Feb. 8 on CBS.

In stark contrast to the super hero role that launched Cain into stardom, director Doug Aarniokoski described Cain's latest role as the villain “who gets lucky by doing the wrong things.”

“My guy is addicted to the short cuts, the get-rich- quick schemes … and as an actor it's great fun,” Cain said.

This was the first time “Criminal Minds” has ventured out to the Coachella Valley to shoot an episode.

“It's a great experience to get out and shoot on location and utilize a space like this,” said Michael Walsh, who has been a camera operator for the show all seven seasons. “It makes things look authentic.”

The shoot wrapped up Tuesday night and featured more than 100 extras cast from the Coachella Valley and surrounding areas.

“This is the first time I've ever done it and I'm having a blast,” said Margaret Norman of La Quinta. Even on-lookers enjoyed themselves.

“It's amazing to come and look at all of this,” said Linda Sheely of Rancho Cucamonga as she peeked her head around a row of slot machines to get a better look. “This is so fun to see.”

Mariecar Mendoza covers the city of Palm Springs for The Desert Sun. She can be reached at (760) 778-4669 or Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. . Follow her on Twitter @TDSMarMendoza.

Mise à jour le Vendredi, 03 Février 2012 00:54