One of Amazon’s new pilots early this year was Bosch, featuring Titus Welliver (Lost) as Harry Bosch, the hero of seventeen novels by Michael Connelly. Bosch is a veteran detective working homicide for the LAPD, which naturally means he’s exposed to some seriously nasty business. Connelly’s novels follow him through years of Bosch’s evolution, with the books roughly keeping pace with the years in which they were published, spanning over 20 years.
The Amazon pilot led to a series pickup, and now we have the first Bosch teaser that represents the forthcoming show. Check it out below. Read More »
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Michael Bay‘s fourth Transformers movie opens in just a couple weeks, and Paramount has yet to really show the film publicly, or even in critic screenings. Instead, the studio is dropping a steady stream of TV spots featuring new footage, and even a clip or two. Below, you can watch a Transformers: Age of Extinction clip in which Mark Wahlberg does some heavy acting opposite a threatening Kelsey Grammer. Then check out two TV spots, one of which is a minute-long affair. Read More »
In today’s Hollywood, violence is complicated topic. A single violent scene in an otherwise timid movie, if shot in a graphic way, can get a film an R rating. On the other hand, if the violence isn’t graphic, a filmmaker can kill millions of people and get a PG-13. Is one worse than the other? Is the death of many, if it shown without blood, less frightening than the gory death of one?
This issue comes to light most often in blockbuster movies. Films like Man of Steel or The Avengers contain wanton destruction, yet are considered family-friendly due their rating and genre. It’s with that knowledge actor Titus Welliver, best known for being the Man in Black on Lost, probably said the following about his upcoming film, Transformers: Age of Extinction. He called the film darker and said “it’s not a kids movie, I’ll tell you that much.” Read More »
The “back-nine” either refers to the second half in a round of golf, or the nine additional episodes a network TV show gets once it shows staying power. And since this isn’t a golf website, it must mean Marvel Studio’s first TV show, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., just got a full season pickup for nine more episodes. The back-nine, as it were.
After debuting to stellar numbers, the show has dipped in subsequent weeks, but with competition from two of TV’s most popular shows – NCIS and The Voice - ABC felt confident enough to renew the show for a full season. We’ll be seeing a lot more of Agent Coulson and the gang. This year at least.
Below, also read about Lost actor Titus Welliver, who will be reprising his S.H.I.E.L.D. role on the show. Read More »
Briefly: Michael Bay‘s Transformers 4 is already months into production, featuring a whole new fleet of slick cars and a younger, rebooted cast. Even so, another talented veteran has just been announced as part of the bunch. Titus Welliver, best known for playing a pivotal character on Lost, has joined the film in an unspecified role.
Transformers 4 opens June 27, 2014. [Deadline]
Shawarma wasn’t the only post-script to the climactic battle in The Avengers. A couple found a discarded alien gun and went on a crime spree too, with S.H.I.E.L.D in hot pursuit. That’s the story you’ll see in Item 47, a Marvel one-shot short film starring Jesse Bradford and Lizzie Caplan as the couple and Maximiliano Hernández and Titus Welliver as the S.H.I.E.L.D agents on call.
The film screened at Comic-Con and will be an extra on The Avengers Blu-ray in September. Until then, though, you can check out the poster for the film as well as two clips. Also, the Marvel Cinematic Universe – Phase One: Avengers Assembled Box Set has been fully revealed including brand new DVD art for each movie. It’s all right after the jump. Read More »
After seeing the trailer for Touch, I officially have a new show I’m excited to watch. The latest show from Heroes creator Tim Kring stars Kiefer Sutherland, back on Fox after 24, as the father of a young mute boy who has some kind of superhuman ability to predict the future through patterns in numbers and the universe. It sort of looks like Numbers meets Lost , or Knowing meets The X-Files. Also featuring Danny Glover and Titus Welliver, Touch has already been picked up for at least 13 episodes that will air Spring 2012 and you can get your first look at it after the jump. Read More »
Jamie Chung has two big Legendary Pictures films behind her this year, Sucker Punch and The Hangover Part II, and now (probably not as a response) she’s going indie for the film Knife Fight. That’s the one starring Rob Lowe where he plays “a political crisis manager who specializes in playing hardball on behalf of scandal-plagued clients.” Jamie Chung will be his savvy assistant. Quite a few other people are in talks for roles, too: Julie Bowen, Connie Britton, Jennifer Morrison, Rebecca Mader and Titus Welliver. Bill Guttentag directs and co-wrote the script with Chris Lehane; the film will shoot next month in San Francisco, and a release is planned for October 2012, timed around the next US Presidential election.
Before Knife Fight makes it to theaters, Jamie Chung will be in Premium Rush, which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and was written and directed by David Koepp. [Variety]
After the break, Oz: The Great and Powerful and American Reunion get minor additions. Read More »
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