Ray Donovan renewed

The hospitals of 1950s St. Louis aren’t big fans of William Masters’ sex study, but Showtime is. Masters of Sex has just been renewed for a third season, to air sometime next year.

Also returning is Ray Donovan, which like Masters of Sex is currently in the middle of its second season. Other Showtime series already confirmed to return for 2015 include Penny Dreadful, Shameless, Episodes, and House of Lies. Get more details on the new seasons of Ray Donovan and Masters of Sex after the jump.

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Mark Wahlberg Deepwater Horizon

Following the fact-based actioner Lone Survivor and the less fact-based blockbuster Transformers: Age of Extinction, Mark Wahlberg is preparing to play another all-American hero. He’s entered talks for Deepwater Horizon, J.C. Chandor‘s drama about the 2010 BP oil rig explosion.

Get more details about the Mark Wahlberg Deepwater Horizon movie after the jump.

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‘Halt and Catch Fire’ Renewed For Season 2

Halt and Catch Fire teaser

In a somewhat surprising move, AMC just renewed the show Halt and Catch Fire. The first season averaged 1.3 million viewers over its first 10 episodes, which isn’t great, but it hit a specific adult demographic that the channel liked. And I’m sure the fact its male stars Lee Pace and Scoot McNairy are both becoming major stars on the big screen (Guardians of the Galaxy for Pace, Batman v Superman for McNairy) doesn’t hurt. The new episodes will air next summer. Read more about Halt and Catch Fire season 2 below. Read More »

71 trailer

The name Jack O’Connell may not mean anything to you now, but the way things are going it will very soon. The young English actor is poised to blow up with a lead role in Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken, and has already wowed critics with the prison drama Starred Up.

Today we have a trailer for another of his acclaimed recent performances, in the historical drama ’71. O’Connell plays a British soldier patrolling Belfast during the height of the Troubles. When he’s separated from his unit, he’s forced to make his way back home alone in the midst of violent riots. Hit the jump to watch the ’71 trailer.

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NBC Developing ‘The Devil’s Advocate’ TV Series

The Devils Advocate tv series

NBC’s last attempt at rebooting an old property involving Satan didn’t go so great, but they’re going to try again anyway. The network is developing a TV series based on the 1997 movie The Devil’s Advocate, about a young lawyer who realizes his boss is the Devil. In the literal sense, not the Devil Wears Prada sense. More details after the jump.

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Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby splitscreen trailer

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby is an unusual film. In its original form, it is really two movies, subtitled Him and Her, following characters played by James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain as they each experience two sides of a tumultuous relationship. But the project will first hit theaters in the US as a single-version film subtitled Them, which weaves together the two viewpoints. (And, in doing so, necessarily discards some of each experience.) This new Hong Kong trailer shows the split film in a way we haven’t quite seen in other trailers; check out the new The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby splitscreen trailer below. Read More »

Rudderless

The first Rudderless trailer and poster are here. Directed by William H. Macy, making his feature debut, the film stars Billy Crudup as Sam, a father who loses his son. Racked with depression, Sam eventually finds solace in his son’s original music. He performs the songs at an open mic, and eventually becomes popular because of the music. This creates quite the moral dilemma, as Sam is reaping the rewards of son’s genius without giving credit. From there, the film takes a dark twist that changes everything entirely.

Rudderless premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year and I wrote a review which you can read here. It’s an uneven, but very interesting film with great music and performances by Crudup and co-stars Anton Yelchin, Selena Gomez, Laurence Fishburne and Felicity Huffman. It’ll hit theaters and VOD on October 17 and now you can see it for yourself. The Rudderless trailer and poster are below. Read More »

Revenge of the Green Dragons trailer

Martin Scorsese has lent his name to a new tale of gangs of New York. Revenge of the Green Dragons follows two brothers who join a Chinese gang in New York during the ’80s. Based on a New Yorker article by Frederick Dannen, the film is directly inspired by tales of ’80s and ’90s Asian-American gangs in the city. The movie is directed by Andrew Lau & Andrew Loo; Lau previously made Infernal Affairs, which Martin Scorsese remade as The Departed. (Hence Scorsese’s participation as an exec producer here.) Watch the Revenge of the Green Dragons trailer below. Read More »

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