Kevin Costner has been quite busy this year, appearing in three movies: “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit,” “3 Days to Kill” and “Draft Day.” Two other movies are expected to be released this year: “Black and White” and “McFarland.” Meanwhile, Costner and his band, Modern West, are on tour and will perform at Packard Music Hall in Warren on Tuesday night. Here is a look at five film projects for which the prolific actor is best known:
v “The Untouchables” (1987): Played the role of Elliot Ness, the crimefighter who took on the mob in the Prohibition era.
v “Dances with Wolves” (1990): In this Western, Costner played Lt. Dunbar, the sole occupant of a military outpost in Indian country.
v “Bull Durham” (1988): He played Crash Davis, an aging catcher who’s brought to a minor league team to mentor a brash but talented young pitcher.
v “Field of Dreams” (1989): Memorable role as Ray Kinsella, a farmer who goes on a magical journey to fulfill his destiny.
v “Hatfields and McCoys” (2012): Costner played “Devil” Anse Hatfield in this TV miniseries about the feuding families.
“Signed, Sealed, Delivered” (8 p.m., Hallmark): This new drama from Martha Williamson (“Touched by an Angel”) is about postal workers who specialize in getting undeliverable mail to its rightful recipients. In the process, they change lives.
“Game of Thrones” (9 p.m., HBO): We’re still gasping over last week’s deadly episode of “Game of Thrones.” Of course, someone will have to pay for this poisonous crime and, unfortunately, right now it looks like our pal Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) is the one.
“Salem” (10 p.m., WGN): Witches are the new vampires (or zombies). They’re the stars of “Salem,” a supernatural drama series set in 17th-century Massachusetts, where spooky, strange things are happening.
“DEVIOUS MAIDS” (10 p.m., Lifetime): There’s lots of dirty laundry to deal with as this campy soap returns for a second season that promises even more twists and surprises. The story makes a three-month jump from the events of last year’s finale, when Flora’s murder case was solved and Marisol’s (Ana Ortiz) quest to clear her son’s name ended. Of course, the heightened drama isn’t about to end. Eva Longoria directed the opener.
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Studio seeks girl for role in movie
Columbia Pictures is seeking a girl, age 10 to 13, for a role in a movie. The character is strong-willed and spirited, an adventurous tomboy living in the prairie in 1870.
Contact Lemodeln Model and Talent Agency, 7536 Market St., at lemodeln@ sbcglobal or 330-758-4417.