Posted on Friday, May 24th, 2013 by Angie Han
Get ready for Arrested Development‘s triumphant return this weekend with these four more clips from the new season. Also after the jump:
- David Fury will return for 24: Live Another Day
- David Slade will direct Ronald Moore’s Helix
- DirecTV’s Full Circle adds Buffy and FNL alums
- CCH Pounder joins Sons of Anarchy
- FX’s The Bridge sets a premiere date
- See new pics from The Killing Season 3
- CBS picks up Bad Teacher for midseason
- Check out trailers for their other new shows
- Netflix “would love” more Arrested Development
- See four more clips from Season 4
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Posted on Monday, August 15th, 2011 by Angie Han
A new international trailer has dropped for Julien Magnat‘s Faces in the Crowd, starring Milla Jovovich as an elementary school teacher with the misfortune to witness a serial killer’s latest attack. Though she survives the incident, she sustains an injury that renders her completely unable to remember faces — even those of her dearest loved ones. With Detective Kerrest (Nip/Tuck‘s Julian McMahon) on her side, Jovovich’s character must find a way to recognize the killer before he finds her. Sarah Wayne Callies (The Walking Dead), Michael Shanks (Stargate SG-1), and Marianne Faithfull also star. Watch the trailer after the jump.
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Posted on Monday, July 11th, 2011 by Angie Han
Saturday Night Live veteran Jason Sudeikis has been doing pretty well for himself as a movie star lately, with three separate big-screen projects in 2011 alone — Hall Pass, Horrible Bosses, and the upcoming A Good Old-Fashioned Orgy — but he hasn’t left the small screen behind quite yet. The actor has just signed on for a recurring role on the upcoming season of HBO’s baseball comedy Eastbound & Down as Shane, a new friend of former Major League pitcher Kenny Powers (Danny McBride).
The next season of Eastbound & Down will be the third and most likely final season of the series, and will premiere in early 2012. [Variety]
After the jump, Kristen Bell gains two new suitors, and Nip/Tuck star Julian McMahon takes on the finance industry.
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I never realized that I wanted to see a remake of the market sections of The Mist where Stephen King’s crazy monsters are played by tiger sharks. But then I saw the sales trailer for Bait, the 3D ‘sharks in a supermarket’ film by Highlander director Russell Mulcahy, and I realized how limited my vision has been. Prepare to have your own perception of the world irrevocably changed, too, when you watch the footage that lurks in the shallows after the break. Read More »
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Eventually, AMC will release something for The Walking Dead that I think doesn’t look great, but it hasn’t happened yet. There’s a good piece of art to promote the show’s debut at Comic Con, which you can see in part above, from IGN.
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There are a great many comic books being adapted to film these days, and it’s easy to get lost as you wade through the sea of adaptations, potential projects and also-ran efforts. But a good cast will get and keep my attention every time, and the lineup for Red, Robert Schwentke‘s adaptation of the Warren Ellis-penned comic book. The cast was already stellar, and now a few more excellent names have been added. Ernest fucking Borgnine? That’s crazy! He’s 92! Read More »
“Everywhere this thing goes, eight days later the planet dies.”
“How do you fight something that can eat planets?”
“Leave that to me!”
The first television spot for Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is now available for your viewing pleasure.
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