AMC Working with James Cameron on a Science Fiction Documentary Series
From The Terminator to Aliens, to Avatar, James Cameron has left an indelible mark on the science fiction genre, and now he's going to speak to that in a documentary series for AMC titled James Cameron's Story of Science Fiction. AMC announced the collaboration at the TCA press tour. The series will chronicle the origins of sci-fi from being a cult genre to a pop culture phenomenon.
Michael Keaton Gives New Details on His Role as Vulture in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'
While promoting The Founder, Michael Keaton has given some details into his role as Adrian Toomes, or the Vulture, in an interview with Variety, for the upcoming MCU film Spider-Man: Homecoming.
LucasFilm Confirms that Carrie Fisher Will Not Play a Digital Role in Future Star Wars Films
Reports recently from the BBC indicated that Carrie Fisher's Leia Organa would be resurrected with special effects in the future of the franchise. The method was used to de-age the actress in Rogue One, as well as slot in Grand Moff Tarkin. Lucasfilm itself, however, has debunked the report.
Zoe Kravitz on Creating a "Complex Relationship" With Newt Scamander in 'Fantastic Beasts 2'
Zoe Kravitz came onto the Fantastic Beasts project late, and played a miniscule role; she was the subject of a photograph. This revealed a history with Newt Scamander, played by Eddie Redmayne, and also revealed her name to be Leta Lestrange. The surname is enough to excite and perhaps concern fans of the Harry Potter franchise.
Tom Hardy Calls for Christopher Nolan to Direct a James Bond Film
Christopher Nolan has in the past voiced his interest in directing a James Bond film, which would be a fascinating endeavor not just for the acclaimed director but for audiences everywhere. While Tom Hardy's name was thrown around as a potential Daniel Craig replacement, the actor didn't address this in an interview. He did, however, single out Nolan.
AMC Signs Overall Deal with 'Humans' Creators
AMC has signed an overall deal with Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley, the creators and executive producers behind the AMC/U.K Channel 4 collaboration Humans. The sci-fi drama is based on the award-winning Swedish series titled Real Humans.
Andrew Garfield Talks His Two Biggest Roles Coming Back-to-Back
Andrew Garfield has proven himself to any remaining doubters this year, backing up Hacksaw Ridge with Silence with two incredible performances of two powerful roles. Speaking with Deadline, Garfield addressed what it was like having the two films come out, essentially one after the other.
FX Sees 3.4 Million Total Viewers Tune in to the Premiere of Tom Hardy's 'Taboo'
19th century drama starring Tom Hardy, Taboo, has kicked off with 3.43 million viewers tuning in for Live+3 day viewings. The series premiered on January 10, and drew in 1.63 million adults ages 18-49.
AMC Announces 'Better Call Saul' Season 3 and 'Into the Badlands' Season 2 Premiere Dates
During the TCA Press Tour, AMC has revealed the premiere dates for a handful of shows, most notably the return of Better Call Saul for its third season, and Into the Badlands for season 2.
AMC and BBC Adapting Another John le Carre Bestselling Novel
Following up on the Golden Globe-winning hit miniseries The Night Manager, AMC and BBC are teaming up for another adaptation of a John le Carre bestseller, this time The Spy Who Came in From the Cold. To be distributed internationally by Paramoiunt, Slumdog Millionaire writer Simon Beaufoy will pen the adaptation.
HBO Head of Programming on Why 'Game of Thrones' Has Not Yet Been Ordered for Season 8
The eighth season, which is highly likely to be the final season, of Game of Thrones has yet to get an official order from HBO, despite the oft-quoted creators citing that the final two seasons will receive shorter episode orders. Now, HBO Programming President Casey Bloys has given a reason, and it's one filled with hope for fans who want more (which is to say, everyone).
'Homeland' Producer on Mirroring the Real World in the Season 6 Premiere
Homeland's sixth season has landed, and it returns the show to its homegrown roots in New York, set during a time that is very similar to America's own current situation. It may look to create a more personal environment for its audience, throwing the characters into a complex situation that is so relevant.
Anna Kendrick To Play Female Santa Claus in Disney's 'Nicole'
The Pitch Perfect star is currently in negotiations with Disney to star in Nicole, a tale of a female Santa Claus. — Suzanne Todd (Alice in Wonderland) is producing. Marc Lawrence will be in the directors chair for this film. Lawrence in addition wrote the script for the film. The big twist is that the holiday adventure centers on the coming of a female Santa.
'Rogue One' Surpasses 'Finding Dory' at the Box Office
Rogue One is still going strong at the box office bringing in a total of $17 million this weekend. — Rogue One: A Star Wars Story officially passed Finding Dory to become the highest-grossing domestic release of 2016. The film will end the weekend with roughly $980 million. The film should cross $1 billion in a week or two.
HBO Hoping for New Seasons of 'The Night of' and 'True Detective'
HBO stumbled on two hits with The Night Of and True Detective, a few years apart, though even if the latter did present a lackluster sequel, network programming boss Casey Bloys is still "hopeful" that both shows will get the greenlight. As he puts it, the creators behind both shows are "closing in on ideas that they are excited about."
What a way to kick-off 2017. “Sleepless”, which should’ve been called “Senseless”, is easily one of the most messed-up movies I’ve seen in a long time.This is a remake of the 2011 French film “Sleepless Night”. Jamie Foxx (who we haven’t seen onscreen since 2014 “Annie” reboot) plays Vincent, a Las Vegas cop. But is he Good Cop or Bad Cop? He and partner Sean (rapper T.I.) are deep into a case involving the Vegas drug underworld. When a drop goes badly and Vincent’s teenage son gets kidnapped, Vincent must do everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, to get him back.
Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge embraces the paradox ethos ingrained in Christianity. This film is about a pacifist who goes above and beyond in the line of duty during the Second World War. It looks to affirm the value of human life amidst the carnage of intense bloody battles on the Japanese island of Okinawa where human life is spent in droves to very little avail.