Latest Thomas Dekker Stories

2008-10-13 21:00:22

Thomas Dekker, star of the U.S. TV drama "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles," is set to headline a big-screen remake of "Fame," it was announced Monday. The announcement regarding plans to make a new version of the film was made jointly by producer Tom Rosenberg, chairman and CEO of Lakeshore Entertainment, and Mary Parent, chairman of MGM's Worldwide Motion Picture Group. Among those signed to "Fame" are Dekker, Kristy Flores, Paul Iacono, Paul McGill, Naturi Naughton, Kay...

2008-10-07 15:00:26

IN SHORT What: Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Where: TV2 When: 9.30pm, Wednesday -------------------- RETURNING to TV2 on the heels of its United States release is the second series of Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, continuing the saga of what happens when Sarah Connor (Lena Headey) stops running and goes on the offensive against an ever-evolving technological enemy. Still fugitives from the law, Sarah and her son, John (Thomas Dekker), are confronted with...

2008-08-12 06:00:38

By Christopher Lawrence Bringing a pop-culture icon to TV is full of so many pitfalls, "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles" star Thomas Dekker could be forgiven had he opted for something simpler. Like theoretical physics. Or explaining theoretical physics to Brooke Hogan. Dekker had to capture the essence of someone who will grow up to inspire the world while not disappointing millions of fans or being overshadowed by the somewhat-more-iconic female he's rarely seen without. But...

2006-03-14 11:49:24

By Stephen Farrand ROME (Reuters) - Aged just 21, Thomas Dekker became the third Dutchman to win the Tirreno-Adriatico race on Tuesday. Dekker retained his 14-second lead over Germany's Jorg Jaksche on the final flat stage from Campli to San Benedetto del Tronto to join Joop Zoetemelk in 1985 and Erik Dekker in 2002 as Dutch winners. The two Dekkers are not related. Italy's Alessandro Ballan was third overall at 20 seconds after Italian sprinter Alessandro Petacchi won the final...

2006-03-13 13:07:40

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Leonardo Bertagnolli won the 179-km sixth stage of the Tirreno-Adriatico cycle race from San Benedetto del Tronto to Torricella Sicura on Monday. The Cofidis rider attacked in the final kilometer of the uphill finish and held off the chasing peloton. Fellow Italians Alessandro Petacchi and Riccardo Ricco finished second and third. Dutchman Thomas Dekker retained the overall race lead. The finish of the stage was moved from San Giacomo to Torricella Sicura...

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