Here’s the new trailer for Doctor Who season nine, and this footage features a whole collection of wild shots, many of which seem to be from the two-part opening story. Among the many sights in this trailer are a few shots that suggest details of the Maisie Williams Doctor Who guest role, briefly glimpsed at the end of the first trailer, and suggested much more heavily now thanks to shots like the one above.
But she’s not even the lone highlight of this trailer, as there are Daleks, other alien sights, and more of Peter Capaldi‘s grit as this incarnation of the Doctor. You can see both the new trailer and the first one below. Read More »
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Today BBC America presented a Doctor Who panel for the Television Critics Association. Stars Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman were only available via satellite from the set, but writer/executive producer Steven Moffat was here in person. After the panel, Moffat answered follow-up questions from reporters, including some details about the possibility of a female Doctor, and the character guest star Maisie Williams will play. She will be different from Arya Stark for sure.
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We don’t know if Maisie Williams will end up doing the film adaptation of The Last of Us, but she has shot a role that will let fans of her Game of Thrones character see the actress in a new light. Williams is now on set for Doctor Who, shooting a guest role that will be part of the show’s next season, which debuts this fall. We don’t have a lot of info on the Maisie Williams Doctor Who appearance, but what we do have is below.
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Talk of Maisie Williams playing one of the two lead roles in video game adaptation The Last of Us began this past summer at Comic Con when producer Sam Raimi and The Last of Us video game creative director, Neil Druckmann, who is scripting the film, announced the development during Screen Gems’ panel. During that conversation Raimi mentioned that he had met with the young Game of Thrones actress to play Ellie, the young woman who navigates a sort of post-apocalyptic world after a viral pandemic ravages humanity.
In the months since that announcement, Williams has talked optimistically about The Last of Us, though no official cast announcement has been forthcoming. Now she says that “at the moment, it’s looking like ‘yes’,” despite the project still being in development. Read More »
I’m a fan of HBO’s Game of Thrones and always think Arya Stark, played by Maisie Williams, is one of the highlights. But it wasn’t until this year’s San Diego Comic-Con that I realized just how many other people share that sentiment. Williams was one of the top five most celebrated actors at Comic Con. I’m talking Robert Downey Jr. levels of excitement and screams when she took the stage. And though her role on Thrones will continue, she’s beginning to capitalize on that popularity with some potentially much bigger roles.
In a new interview, Williams talked about the possibility of her playing Ellie in a Last of Us movie produced by Sam Raimi, as well as a new, mystery, superhero project she likened to Kick-Ass. Read the Maisie Williams movie quotes below. Read More »
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Naughty Dog, Screen Gems, and Sam Raimi are teaming to craft a big-screen adaption of the video game The Last of Us. In the game a damaged man, Joel, escorts a young woman named Ellie across a United States ravaged by an infection that turns people into zombie-like cannibalistic monsters.
Raimi is producing, and Neil Druckmann, the writer and creative director at Naughty Dog, is writing the script for the film. The idea, according to Raimi and Druckmann, is to protect the original material while focusing the 15-hour game into a two-hour story that really hones in on the relationship between the two main characters.
A director hasn’t yet been chosen (again, Raimi is producing) and it’s too early to announce deals for casting, but the two did drop one name. Druckmann says they’ve met with Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on Game of Thrones, to play Ellie. Read More »
Posted on Monday, December 12th, 2011 by Angie Han
Now this is more like it. The first teaser we got for Season 2 of HBO’s Game of Thrones revealed absolutely nothing about the upcoming season, and though we’ve gotten some better looks since then — thanks to some behind-the-scenes production videos and a handful of set photos — it’s great to finally have a proper teaser with dramatic shots of the characters and landscapes to go with the requisite ominous voiceover.
Given that Season 2 will be based on A Clash of Kings, Book 2 of George R.R. Martin‘s A Song of Ice and Fire series, it seems entirely appropriate that the narration in this teaser comes from one of the men determined to win the Iron Throne for himself: the brittle, humorless Stannis Baratheon, played by Stephen Dillane. Watch the trailer after the jump. (Warning: Major spoilers for Season 1/Book 1 ahead.)
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Posted on Friday, December 2nd, 2011 by Angie Han
Today’s TV Bits happens to be a bit heavy on Game of Thrones, but there’s plenty of other good stuff in here too, I promise. After the jump:
- Rumor has it HBO plans to renew Game of Thrones for Seasons 3 and 4, and shoot them back-to-back
- Also, we’ve got shots of Kit Harrington on the GoT set in Iceland
- Plus, Maisie Williams explains Arya Stark’s new look for Season 2 of GoT
- TNT drops an extended sneak peek of its upcoming drama Dallas — yes, as in that Dallas
- Fox announces its midseason schedule, including premiere dates for Napoleon Dynamite, Alcatraz, and Touch
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