The Resident Evil reboot cast is still growing. A bunch of names – including Kaya Scodelario, Robbie Amell, Hannah John-Kamen, and more – were previously announced, and now, Donal Logue, everyone’s favorite Donal, is joining the cast as well. Logue will play Brian Irons, Chief of Police of Raccoon City, where the story takes place. Chad Rook (The Flash) and Lily Gao (The Handmaid’s Tale) have also signed on to what is shaping up to be an adaptation far more faithful to the original games than the 2002 film.
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Posted on Monday, June 13th, 2016 by Angie Han
Beloved shows never really die in this day and age. They just enter a limbo state, leaving showrunners and stars to spend the rest of their lives fielding questions from fans about possible revivals and/or movie sequels. A lucky few even get resurrected, like Arrested Development or Gilmore Girls or Full House, keeping hope alive for fans of the rest.
At a recent event, producers Ted Griffin and Shawn Ryan addressed the question of reviving Terriers, their wonderful but tragically short-lived drama starring Donal Logue and Michael Raymond-James. The short answer is that they’ve talked about it — but the long answer is that they’ve have several hoops to jump through first. Read More »
Posted on Monday, August 31st, 2015 by Angie Han
Poor Jim Gordon. The guy really wants to clean up Gotham, and is clearly willing to do whatever it takes to make that happen. But in Season 1, he encountered, greed, corruption, and evil at every turn. And based on the fact that Season 2 is titled “Rise of the Villains,” we’re gonna guess that doesn’t really change in Season 2.
A fresh Gotham Season 2 promo and a bunch of new photos showcase some of the friends and foes Jim (Ben McKenzie) will be dealing with when the show returns in a few weeks. Of particular interest are new characters like GCPD captain Nathaniel Barnes (Michael Chiklis), billionaire industrialist Theo Galavan (James Frain), and his loyal sister / enforcer Tabitha Galavan (Jessica Lucas). Watch the Gotham Season 2 promo and see the new photos after the jump.
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Fox has released Gotham: The Legend Reborn, a 19-minute behind the scenes special looking at the pilot episode of the Batman prequel television series Gotham. The new show follows Ben McKenzie as James Gordon, who alongside his partner Detective Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue), are trying to take down Gotham’s organized crime. And it wouldn’t be Gotham without some baddies, including Gotham’s young villains which include Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Penguin and the Riddler. Watch the whole Gotham: The Legend Reborn 19-minute behind the scenes special embedded after the jump.
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Entertainment Weekly has released a faux public service announcement with character actors explaining why you should care about “that guy from that thing” more than “that guy on the billboard.” Character actors are supporting actors who are usually skilled at playing interesting or unusual characters, but not usually the lead roles in a film. They are the unsung heroes of Hollywood. Watch the character actor PSA video embedded now after the jump.
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Posted on Thursday, June 26th, 2014 by Angie Han
Only time will tell which shows will emerge as the best of the 2014-2015 freshman crop, but certainly one of the most highly anticipated is Fox’s Gotham. The DC prequel series promises to reveal the origins of the Gotham City personalities we know and love.
That includes protagonist Jim Gordon, of course, and Bruce Wayne the future Batman — but also the troubled souls who will become Catwoman, the Penguin, the Riddler, Poison Ivy, and more. Get a better look at these not-quite-superheroes and not-quite-supervillains with a new batch of Gotham character posters after the jump.
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Now that Fox has ordered and scheduled the show and revealed it to advertisers, the Gotham materials are coming fast and furious. In the past week we’ve seen a trailer and many new photos, and now we’ve got a behind the scenes featurette on the making of the show. Most of the new footage here is in the form of interviews with series creator Bruno Heller and pilot director Danny Cannon, and cast members such as Ben McKenzie, who plays James Gordon, Donal Logue, who plays Harvey Bullock, and Jada Pinkett Smith, who plays new character Fish Mooney. Read More »
When Gotham was first announced, it was something special. A new take on the Batman myth, pumped into your home every week via your television. Fast-forward a few weeks and now it’s just one of four new DC Comics shows coming this Fall. But it’s still the biggest and a bunch of new Gotham photos have been revealed, along with the fact it’ll air at 8 p.m. Monday nights. Read More »
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The Batman prequel pilot Gotham is currently in production. While several spy photos have made their way online, Fox has just revealed the official first look. Interestingly, though, they didn’t choose the show’s star, Ben McKenzie, who is playing Jim Gordon. They chose his partner — here is your first Gotham Photo Donal Logue As Detective Harvey Bullock. Check out the full image below. Read More »
Briefly: A few weeks ago there was a rumor that Donal Logue (Terriers, Sons of Anarchy) was the pick to play James Gordon in Fox’s Batman prequel TV series Gotham. Logue denied the report, and in the end Ben McKenzie was tapped to play the future commissioner of police. Then the rumor report changed, saying that Logue was actually offered a part other than Gordon: Detective Harvey Bullock.
Now Logue officially has that role, so he’ll show up in Gotham as Bullock, the cop who has been portrayed in a few different ways over decades of Batman stories. He’s been a gruff, brutish, corrupt partner assigned to Gordon when he first arrives in Gotham, and in other incarnations a loyal, if somewhat bumbling officer. Logue would have made a really interesting Gordon, but he’s perhaps one of the most obvious choices to play Bullock, so we’ll take it.
Bruno Heller (The Mentalist) scripted the pilot, and is exec producing with Danny Cannon, who will direct the pilot. Gotham shoots in New York in March. [Variety]