There are a lot of crowd-funding hopefuls out there trying to piece together a budget for their next big project, but it helps if you happen to have starred in simultaneously one of the best-loved and most-mourned cancelled sci-fi shows out there. Firefly actor Alan Tudyk is writing, directing and starring in an upcoming web series called Con Man, which has already raised almost $2.5 million through its Indiegogo campaign – and is set to star a plethora of familiar faces.
Captain Malcolm Reynolds himself, Nathan Fillion, is producing the series. The previously revealed celebrity guests include Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn, The Guild creator Felicia Day, Tudyk’s ...
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Part of what has allowed Universal’s Fast and the Furious series to become the major franchise it is today is the supporting cast. These movies keep adding big names to fill out key roles beyond the core recurring cast – especially, when it comes to the job of antagonist. Dwayne Johnson, for instance, started his run with the series as an antagonist of sorts in Fast Five; Luke Evans played the villain in Furious 6; and Jason Statham is taking over baddie duties in this week’s release, Furious 7.
Now Dame Helen Mirren has thrown her name in the ring, as someone who wants to join in the fun - for either Fast and Furious 8 ...
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[This is a review of Better Call Saul season 1, episode 9. There will be SPOILERS.]
Last week, questions began to surface about what Chuck’s relationship with Jimmy and his legal career really were. Those questions were also tied to Chuck’s disorder and the attempts he was making to curb it, in order to help his brother with the increasingly large and complicated Sandpiper Crossing class action lawsuit. It seemed as though Better Call Saul was intimating some sort of a link between the two – a cause and effect that would be spelled out in the season’s penultimate episode.
And to a certain degree, ‘Pimento’ did deliver on ...
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Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment made it clear that they were wasting no time in launching a shared, interconnected movie universe with Batman V Superman, but as some predicted, it seem that Suicide Squad may wind up doing the lion’s share of the work when it comes to fleshing out the cast and world surrounding Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. But even ambitious fans may have underestimated how quickly characters would start poking their heads in non-traditional franchises – if the latest Suicide Squad rumor is to be believed.
After actors Scott Eastwood (Fury) and Ray Olubowale (Resident Evil: Afterlife) were added to the cast in unknown roles, ...
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If The CW has some official announcements to make regarding the next Arrow/Flash spinoff, then they had better make them quick. After word arrived that the team-up series would be adding DC Comics superheroine Hawkgirl to the cast (played by Ciara Renée), now comes confirmation of the actor who will be anchoring the series – as DC’s resident Time Master, Rip Hunter.
After previously released casting descriptions teased ‘The Traveler’ among the cast, it seemed Rip Hunter would be the version of the ‘man out of time’ appearing in the spinoff series. Now we know that Arthur Darvill – best known for his role as Rory Williams on Doctor Who – ...
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