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So yeah… this penultimate episode gave me crazy anxiety and for more than half the episode I was just cursing the dudes from the SSR for continuing to believe that Peggy (Hayley Atwell) was evil and working for the enemy. Of course, Peggy was able to SHUT THEM DOWN in this episode when they finally come to their senses, but it was still ultra frustrating because how could anyone think anything less of her??? IDK. Anyway, this week’s episode sees Peggy interrogated by Agents Sousa (Enver Gjokaj), Thompson a.k.a. CMMRead More
Peggy Carter will reunite with Howard Stark on her new show “Agent Carter,” as Marvel has just announced that Dominic Cooper will return to reprise his role as the father of Tony Stark in ABC’s upcoming midseason comic book adaptation drama. Hayley Atwell is headlining the series as Peggy, who in 1946 was still reeling from the “death” of her boyfriend Steve Rogers while trying to maintain a professional life in the world-dominated of spying for the British government. The cast is rounded out by Chad Michael Murray as SSRRead More
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Two years after the Wachowskis gave us “Cloud Atlas,” they’re back with another sci-fi adventure known as “Jupiter Ascending.” A new Japanese trailer for the film, which stars Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis, has been unveiled today – and it’s surprisingly not much different from the first one.Read More
In the last couple of years, Scandinavian television has become popular because of it’s fresh storytelling, dark undertones and inventive characters. Since this phenomenon, the US has run the remake mill and remade “The Killing” on AMC (to then axe it after two seasons,and then save it again on Netflix) and “The Bridge,” the impressive Danish show, on FX. The latest, “Those Who Kill,” another interesting and dark Scandinavian crime series has appeared on A&E boasting an impressive cast and director – but is it any more than that? BasedRead More
It seems like the Bard is suddenly hot again. Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing,” Carlo Carlei’s “Romeo and Juliet,” the currently filming modern day adaptation of “Cymbeline” and not one but two versions of “Macbeth” on the way. There’s the one we already know about, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, and now there’s “Enemy of Man,” a “reworking” of the classic tragedy with Sean Bean and “Harry Potter” alum Rupert Grint on board to star. “Although 400 years old, Shakespeare’s work feels truly contemporary,” director Vincent Regan tellsRead More
Fox buddy comedy “Let’s Be Cops” have landed James D’Aarcy and Nina Dobrev for pivotal roles opposite Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans, Jr, according to Variety. Johnson and Wayans will play two friends looking for something more in life. Somehow that turns into impersonating cops for fun, but things get real when they run afoul of a ruthless mobster, to be played by D’Arcy. Dobrev will play Wayans’ love interest and Luke Greenfield, who wrote the script with Nick Thomas, will direct. Dobrev is the lead of long-running CW seriesRead More
The first trailer for indie psychological thriller “The Philosophers” has been released and color us intrigued. James D’Arcy, most recently seen in “Hitchcock”, plays a philosophy teacher at an international school in Indonesia who challenges his class to one final thought experiment. The class, comprised of a plethora of rising young stars including Aussies Rhys Wakefield and Sophie Lowe, “Harry Potter” star Bonnie Wright, “Les Miserables” star George Blagden and “The Carrie Diaries” star Katie Findlay among others, must imagine themselves on the brink of a nuclear apocalypse and inRead More
Jessica Biel has joined the star-studded cast of Sacha Gervasi’s “Alfred Hitchcock And The Making Of Psycho”, a “My Week With Marilyn”-esque film which follows famed director Alfred Hitchcock and his struggles during the filmmaking of the horror classic. Also starring Anthony Hopkins as Hitchcock, Helen Mirren as his wife and Scarlett Johansson and James D’Arcy as co-stars Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins, Deadline reports that Biel beat out several other actresses for the role of Vera Miles, who played Lila Crane in the 1960 film. Biel has been slowlyRead More
Blame this one on “My Week with Marilyn” (and a bit of “The Artist”, in my opinion). Variety reports Fox Searchlight is putting together “Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho”, a pretty self explanatory title for a film that will chronicle the behind the scenes antics in the filming of the iconic horror flick. All the key roles have already been cast, with Anthony Hopkins playing the legendary director, Helen Mirren as his wife, and Scarlett Johansson and James D’Arcy as his stars, Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins. SachaRead More
Count us in for this perfect casting on one of our most highly anticipated projects. Benjamin Walker has officially signed on to play the title role in Timur Bekmambetov’s “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter”, reports Variety. 20th Century Fox was said to be keen on the Broadway veteran and film newcomer but continued testing other actors, as previously reported, Adrien Brody, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Josh Lucas, Timothy Olyphant and James D’Arcy. Walker’s deal closed late Thursday. Walker will play the 16th President of the United States but with one giant twist. AdaptedRead More