Posted on Tuesday, August 9th, 2011 by Angie Han
Thanks to an continuous stream of teasers, trailers, and casting updates, we already have some idea of what we can look forward to from the new season of Dexter. Now, a new behind-the-scenes video spills still more details on the upcoming season, which will hit Showtime this fall.
The previous promos have all pushed the religion angle pretty hard, and the new one finally provides some context for Dexter’s (Michael C. Hall) sudden interest in the topic. Additionally, we get a really good look at Edward James Olmos and Colin Hanks, two of the more exciting recent additions cast. Check out the video, plus a gallery of Season 6 stills, after the jump. (Be forewarned that major spoilers for Seasons 1-5 follow, as well as some more minor reveals about Season 6.) Read More »
Showtime premiered a new trailer for the upcoming Dexter season at Comic-Con last night, just like it has for the past few years. There’s lots of new footage in the trailer, but unfortunately it’s mostly a jumble of quick cuts that fails to set up what the series is aiming at in the next season. At this point I’m worried that the next season will be mostly more of the same for Dexter — a shame, because the show could be vastly improved with a well-placed injection of creativity. But hey, it features a Marilyn Manson cover of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus” — so I suppose that’s something new.
I couldn’t make it to the Showtime panel at Comic-Con, but as EW reports, that trailer song choice wasn’t an accident. Dexter will apparently be exploring the notion of faith this season as he tries to find a suitable moral compass for his son Harrison, Michael C. Hall said at the panel. Read More »
Showtime’s Dexter keeps rolling, and the channel promises that this upcoming sixth season will bring the character, played once again by Michael C. Hall, back to his roots. There are new cast members like Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks, and the recently cast Molly Parker (Deadwood) to add a little extra flavor, too. Now we’ve got some new info on the show. After the break you’ll find:
- An enjoyably creepy teaser clip in which Dexter explains just what to expect this season.
- The nature of Molly Parker’s role.
- And, perhaps more interesting, the possible nature of the character played by Edward James Olmos.
Some of what follows is potentially spoilerish, so if you want to let the show deliver the surprises, just watch the teaser and move on. Read More »
The latest addition to the cast of Dexter‘s sixth season is a great one: Edward James Olmos has signed on to play “a brilliant, charismatic professor of religious studies.” Colin Hanks and Mos Def are other recent additions to the core cast of the show, which begins shooting on May 25 and will premiere in the fall, likely in mid to late September. Being the definition of a good sport, Mr. Olmos tweeted right after the news broke: “It’s true… I’m coming for you Dexter….” [Deadline]
After the break, the ever-great Richard Jenkins joins Elizabeth Olson in an indie, and we catch up with the extensive casting of Crooked House. Read More »
Earlier this week in Page 2 we featured a Twilight gag web comic strip from Hijinks Ensue which featured a funny gag with a Team Edward t-shirt. The comic went viral and received so much attention that they actually decided to produce the Team Edward James Olmos t-shirt. So if you want to support the actor who played Admiral William Adama in Battlestar Galactica , you can now buy the t-shirt. Check out the full t-shirt design after the jump.
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Columbia Pictures has sent out a press release announcing the start of production on Michel Gondry‘s The Green Hornet. Hidden in the press release are details of a couple previously unannounced cast members, including Tom Wilkinson (Michael Clayton, In The Bedroom) and David Harbour (Revolutionary Road, Quantum of Solace), as well as confirming the previous unconfirmed casting report of Edward James Olmos (Battlestar Galactica). The press release notes that Nicolas Cage is still in negotiations to appear as the film’s villain.
Wilkinson worked with Gondry previously on Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. No information has been revealed as to what role any of the three mentioned actors will play in the film. Read the full press release after the jump.
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HollywoodSnitch has learned that Edward James Olmos (Battlestar Galactica) has a role in Michel Gondry’s The Green Hornet. Not much is revealed other than this slim quote from Olmos:
“I’m on my way to do ‘The Green Hornet,'” Olmos said. “It’ll be a lot of fun with Seth [Rogen], Nicolas Cage and Cameron Diaz.”
There’s no word yet on which role he will play. It is possible that he could play Gunnigan, who is described on wikipedia as “the irascible city editor of The Daily Sentinel (whose temper invariably got worse in the presence of Axford or even when Axford was talking to him on the phone).” Sounds like a part that Olmos could easily play. Anyone more familiar with the franchise have any better ideas? Columbia Pictures announced last week that Jay Chou will play The Green Hornet’s sidekick Kato. The Green Hornet is scheduled to hit theaters on July 9th, 2010 release.
If you have the cojones to watch this new trailer, please quickly seek rehabilitation afterward at FAIL Dogs. A friend close to this production continues to boast maniacally that $100 million box office is a lock. Rapping dogs kill, kids.
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Beverly Hills Chihuahuah, starring the voice work of Drew Barrymore and George Lopez, opens on September 26th/apocalypse.
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Somebody, a trashcan, quick. Full disclosure: There are two degrees of separation between me and this production. I knowwww. Disney sent Slashfilm the official one sheet for September’s live-action Beverly Hills Chihuahua, which stars voice-actors Drew Barrymore (no Long?), George Lopez (zing!), Salma Hayek (obvi), Paul Rodriguez (his son’s more famous), Cheech Marin (holy Slashfilm controversy!) and…cue Jan Hammer theme muzak…Edward James Olmos (pwns).
Yeah, this movie is indirectly inspired by Paris Hilton’s, um, fur purse. I asked my BHC conec what I should say about the flick to get our readers excited, he says: “The poster speaks for itself.” Indeed. But no 3D?
Discuss: Just comment with “FEROSH” or something equally “ugh” in the comments until some champ ruins it.
PS: Human Giant‘s inoperable Paul Scheer is giving away tix to the Sept. 26 premiere on his official site.