Archive for November 14, 2017
Fear the Walking Dead season 4 will welcome Garret Dillahunt in an as-yet undisclosed role after the series brought season 3 to an explosive end that left the fates of several main characters up in the air. The open ended nature of the finale acted as a soft reboot of sorts, as exiting showrunner Dave Erickson made way for incoming team of Andrew Chambliss and Ian Goldberg, who are reportedly set to shift locales to Houston, following new villain Proctor John (Ray McKinnon), as he and his crew attempt make a go of it in what’s left of the fallen ...
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According to Roman J. Israel, Esq. writer/director Dan Gilroy, Netflix is the place to be for creators to share their content with audiences. Even though the American entertainment company was founded in 1997, it wasn’t until 2013 that the streaming network revolutionized the television and movie business with its first original series House of Cards, igniting the age of binge-watching and streaming services.
Since the network’s dive into original content, they’ve found massive success with series like Stranger Things, The Crown, 13 Reasons Why, GLOW, Ozark and, ...
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Tom Cruise is in talks to star in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film about a late-1960s-set story heavily influenced by the crimes of famed serial killer Charles Manson. While his untitled 9th feature film is still in the process of a distributive bidding war after Tarantino parted ways with The Weinstein Company following the producer’s recent sexual harassment allegations, Tarantino is keen on casting a bevy of A-list actors, including Jennifer Lawrence and Margot Robbie. Cruise is just the latest in a lineup of potential actors.
According to Deadline, there will be two major male roles and Cruise is being considered for one of them. Other actors being considered for ...
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A new clip from next week’s episode of The Walking Dead previews a tense conversation between Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Gabriel (Seth Gilliam). The previous meeting between the pair was what prompted fans to speculate that Gabriel will be the next major character to be killed off on the show, to begin with.
The Walking Dead season 8 brought “All Out War” to the Saviors after Rick united Alexandra, the Hilltop, and the Kingdom into making a stand against their oppressors. In the season premiere, Rick and the others launched a coordinated attack on Negan’s base. With the aid of a zombie hoard, Rick’s army was able to lay waste to the Saviors’ outpost. The battle was a victory for Rick’s forces, though it didn’t come without a cost. Aaron (Ross Marquand) lost his husband Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson), and Gabriel was left behind by Gregory (Xander Berkeley).