‘Taboo’ Season 2 Ordered By BBC and FX

taboo season two

James Delaney (Tom Hardy) is a man you’d want to stay far, far way from. He knows he’s vile and isn’t right in the head, but sometimes he’s a loon that makes more sense than a viewer would expect. Delaney is a tough, violent, and nasty man, but sometimes no nastier than the world he wakes up to every day. In Taboo season 2, which has been officially announced he’ll bring his compelling madness to a new world.

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Logan trailer - Hugh Jackman ferrari movie

Following a huge weekend at the box-office with LoganHugh Jackman is in talks for the lead role in Michael Mann‘s Enzo Ferrari biopic. The actor would replace Christian Bale, who exited Ferrari a year ago over weight gain concerns. If a deal is struck, then Jackman will get to work with actress Noomi Rapace (The Drop) on Mann’s film.

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iron fist reviews

Marvel has been on a roll with their Netflix television shows. Even while I haven’t loved the whole run, The Defenders lead-up seasons have been objectively good thus far. Iron Fist enters the fray on March 17th, 2017 and the first reviews have shown up online.

Is it possible that Iron Fist is Netflix’s first disappointing Marvel tv series? The first Iron Fist reviews are overwhelmingly negative. So what is wrong with Marvel’s latest tv hero? Find out in the Iron Fist Early Buzz!
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riverdale season 2

The highly enjoyable television adaptation of the Archie comics, Riverdale, has been renewed for a second season. Archie, Veronica, Betty, and Jughead’s highs and lows at Riverdale High are now officially far from over. Riverdale is about halfway through its 13-episode first season, but it’s great to hear it also won’t be its last. While the central mystery of season one – the death of Jason Blossom – has yet to be solved, some fans of the show, such as myself, already wouldn’t mind seeing other seasons with Archie and his charismatic friends navigating the sinister town of Riverdale.

Let’s talk about the Riverdale season two details and why you really should be watching this show.

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‘The Night Manager’ Season 2 in the Works

the Night Manager season two

The BBC possibly isn’t finished with John le Carre‘s The Night Manager. Director Susanne Bier turned le Carre’s thriller into a riveting six-part miniseries, which American audiences saw on AMC, but she may return to the world of arms dealing with the second season of the hit drama. Bier confirmed scripts are being written for a follow-up season right now.

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Danny Boyle Steve Jobs

Last year, it was announced that Danny Boyle would be directing and producing a new television series called Trust for FX. While none of my all-time favorite films are directed by Boyle, the British filmmaker remains one of my favorite directors to watch and his new television series sounds epic. It’s now been revealed that Boyle has planned a 5 season story arc for the series, which will span 50 years. Learn more about the Trust TV series now after the jump.

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Bosch Season 3 Trailer

When it comes to Amazon’s original television series, Transparent, Mozart In The Jungle and Man in the High Castle seem to get all the love. And they’re good shows! However, there’s one Amazon show that I enjoy that no one appears to be talking about: the cop drama Bosch.

Amazon has just released the trailer for Bosch season 3, which will focus on the investigation of a serial murderer who might be someone inside the Los Angeles police force. You can watch the trailer for yourself after the jump.

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Fargo season 3 teaser

We don’t need to see much footage to convince us to check out season three of Fargo. At the end of the day, all we really need are Fargo commercials with air conditioners running and an inflatable Santa Claus deflating to get us excited about the return of Noah Hawley‘s series, which takes the basic premise of the Coen brothers’ classic film and sprints with it. These short, atmospheric commercials tell us what we need to know: the show is back on April 19, 2017.

The latest ad gives us a first look at Ewan McGregorMary Elizabeth Winstead, and Carrie Coon, all newcomers to this anthology series. The three of them are dressed appropriately, having the sort of distinct presence characters tend to have on Fargo. However, it’s McGregor’s look that will turn the most heads.

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pentagon papers movie

Steven Spielberg has always done a fine job of rotating between his entertainments and his more serious pictures. After all, we’re talking about a filmmaker who somehow managed to release Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List in the same year. Note how he balanced The Adventures of Tintin with War Horse and Bridge of Spies with The BFG. It’s no coincidence that the upcoming Ready Player One will arrive shortly before The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara. Spielberg is a storyteller with many interests and we are better for it.

And on a day that confirmed he will soon get around to finally making Indiana Jones 5, it only makes sense that we would also learn that Spielberg is making a movie about the infamous “Pentagon Papers,” with the thespian dream team of Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep set to star.

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Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu - The One Percent Series

Academy Award-winning director Alejandro G. Iñárritu‘s (The Revenant) television series, The One Percent, now needs a new home. After some production delays, Starz decided to let go of the series they gave a straight-to-series order to back in 2014. The One Percent, which Iñárritu is going to shoot in sequence, is set to star Hilary Swank and Greg Kinnear, and Ed Harris might join them.

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