Gael García Bernal in Desierto

Jeffrey Dean Morgan‘s got villainous swagger to spare, as anyone who’s seen his introduction in The Walking Dead can attest. And this fall he’ll put it to good use on the big screen in Desierto.

Produced by Alfonso Cuarón and directed by his son Jonás CuarónDesierto stars Morgan as a gun-toting vigilante who drives out to the U.S.-Mexico border, looking for migrants to use as human target practice. One morning, he sets his sights on a group of border-crossers led by Moises, played by Gael García Bernal, and a tense cat-and-mouse game ensues. Watch the Desierto trailer below.  Read More »

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The Walking Dead season 7 trailer

It may still feel like summer outside, but fall is just around the corner. And with those cool breezes and lower temperatures will come the season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, which infamously finished its sixth season on a cliffhanger back in April.

The characters of The Walking Dead have every reason to hate Negan, and fans may resent the show for cutting away just before we learned who was on the other end of Lucille. But Negan himself is clearly loving the attention. The Walking Dead season 7 trailer is all about the new big bad played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and while it doesn’t offer much in the way of clues about his victim, it gives you plenty of time to get acquainted with the man himself. Watch it below.  Read More »

The Walking Dead - Negan

By the time The Walking Dead season 7 kicks off this fall, it will have been six months since the season 6 finale. But within the world of the show, no time will have passed at all. The zombie drama promises to pick up right where it left off, finally revealing what really happened after Negan swung that bat. And yes, you will find out right away — executive producer Greg Nicotero confirms they’ll resolve that controversial cliffhanger in the first episode of season 7.

But he’s not ready to spill all the details quite yet. What he is willing to reveal is a Walking Dead season 7 first look, featuring that guy you already love to hate.  Read More »

desierto trailer 2

Is there anything more inherently cinematic than a good old fashioned “cat and mouse” story? One character wants to kill another. That other wants to stay alive at all costs. Put them in an interesting setting, ratchet up the emotional stakes, and watch humanity boil over for two hours or so.

Desierto, the feature directorial debut of Jonás Cuarón, son of Gravity director Alfonso Cuarón, looks familiar and fresh in all of the right ways. The mouse is a Mexican migrant played by Gael Garcia Bernal. The cat is a vigilante with a rifle and a willingness to pull the trigger played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Their maze is the arid desert of the American southwest.

Check out the new Desierto trailer after the jump.

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the walking dead negan

Last night’s The Walking Dead midseason finale was, in typical The Walking Dead fashion, a big ol’ shrug to an otherwise fairly strong batch of episodes. Loyal viewers of the show should be familiar with this by now – no series on television manages to feature so many peaks and valleys in such close proximity.

It’s telling that the most interesting aspect of the episode wasn’t even a proper part of the episode, but rather a “prologue” for the second half of the season, which will air early next year. This brief clip, presumably from an upcoming episode, features the first onscreen mention of the Negan, the villain who will loom over the second half of season 6, make his grand debut in the finale, and then become a regular character in season 7. You can check out the Walking Dead Negan clip for yourself after the jump.

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walking dead negan casting

The Walking Dead remains one of the most frustrating shows on television. Fluctuating between genuinely thrilling genre filmmaking and insipid, wheel-spinning nonsense, no show on modern television demands that its fans grin and bear it quite like AMC’s ever-popular zombie drama. But when it’s good — and it has often been very good these past two seasons — it’s one of the most visceral gun-punches available on any medium right now. It just took more than a few years of tedium to get there.

And now, the TV series is about to embark on one of its constantly terrific comic book counterpart’s most famous and controversial storylines. The reliably great Jeffrey Dean Morgan has joined the Walking Dead cast as Negan, a human villain who makes David Morrissey’s Governor look downright cuddly. This character has defined the past few years of the comic book storyline for writer Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard. If handled well, Negan is going to be a big deal on the show.

For more on the Walking Dead Negan casting, hit the jump.

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