'Under the Dome': 'We're not going to be politically correct'

It's Monday, April 15, and cast, crew and a contingent of press are inside of a soundstage in Wilmington, N.C., watching a tense scene destined for the CBS summer event series, the 13-episode adaptation of the Stephen King novel, "Under the Dome."Premiering Monday, June 24, it chronicles the events in the small town of Chester's Mill, Maine, when a transparent dome suddenly appears over it, putting every living thing there in utter isolation.The large cast includes Mike Vogel ("Pan Am," "Bates Motel") as Dale "Barbie" Barbara, an Army veteran in town on a mysterious mission; Rachelle Lefevre as investigative reporter Julia Shumway, whose husband is suddenly nowhere to be found; Ned Bellamy as the Rev. Lester Coggins; Dean Norris as "Big Jim" Rennie, a politician and town bigwig; Alexander Koch as Junior, his disturbed son; Britt Robertson as Angie McAlister, a sharp-witted young woman involved with Junior; and Jeff Fahey as police chief Howard "Duke"...


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