Archive for February 2, 2018
Starz’s acclaimed fantasy series American Gods has added Jesse Alexander to act as season 2 showrunner. Alexander steps in to replace Brian Fuller and Michael Green, who developed the big-budget drama but left after season 1.
American Gods was originally a Neil Gaiman novel blending mythology, fantasy and classically American elements. The show centers largely around Shadow Moon, an ex-convict introduced to the world of warring gods via his association with the mysterious Mr. Wednesday. Old gods who’ve long ruled over the earth spar with new gods sprung up during the age of modern media and technology. With its dazzling visuals and inventive storytelling, the show won over critics and became a signature series for Starz. ...
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Legends of Tomorrow is doing an episode in the style of Groundhog’s Day with Zari (Tala Ashe) as the central character. Zari will be trapped in a time loop and only Gideon (Amy Pemberton) will be able to help her. For only the second time in the series, fans will get to see Gideon, the ship’s AI, in the flesh. Gideon took human form in the season 2 episode “Land of the Lost” when she kissed Rip Hunter (Arthur Darvill) while inside his mind.
The concept of a time loop was made popular by the film Groundhog’s Day, which saw Bill Murray’s character forced to relive the ...
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A new batch of images and a teaser have arrived for Syfy’s Superman prequel Krypton, showing off the costumes, characters, and Fortress of Solitude. Next month, a new look at the history of Superman will be revealed when Krypton premieres. With the pedigree of most of Syfy’s original series so far, fans have high-hopes that the prequel will do the mythos of the Man of Steel justice. And with David S. Goyer behind the project, things are looking good—especially given he’s got a seven year plan for Krypton.
Of course, the first season of the show will have to do well. We recently saw a new poster for Krypton teasing the larger mystery that will unfold in the series. The many trailers and teasers we’ve seen for the show so far also hint at the turmoil that will beset the planet long before it’s destroyed ...
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