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Jack O’Connell is headed to Netflix! Steven Soderbergh and Scott Frank’s upcoming Netflix Western drama “Godless” has chosen its star. According to The Hollywood Reporter O’Connell will headline the series for Netflix. “Godless” is set in 1884 and follows ruthless outlaw Frank Griffin as he hunts down his former partner Roy Goode. Griffin rips through the West looking for the young man he treated like his child and now considers an enemy. The search leads Frank to La Belle, a town where the entire population is female. O’Connell will play Roy.Read More
The Rayburn family may be enjoying their lives, but the trailer for upcoming drama “Bloodline” shows just how much things are going to charge…for the worse. Netflix released the trailer on YouTube earlier today. Unlike the previous teaser, this trailer gives viewers a chance to meet each of the Rayburns. Kyle Chandler plays John, the County Sheriff, at the center of the series. His family members, played by Linda Cardellini, Sissy Spacek, Sam Shepard and Norbert Leo Butz, are living life in their Florida town. That all changes when the oldestRead More
Charlie Cox goes takes Matt Murdoch from blind lawyer by day to superhero by night in the first full length trailer for Marvel’s first Netflix series, “Daredevil.” Cox looks decidedly unlike Ben Affleck’s slick big screen version of the same character from 2003. For one thing, his costume looks pretty homemade, at least at this early stage of the origin story about how Murdoch decides to take on the criminal underbelly of New York City on his own. The rest of the cast includes Elden Henson as Franklin “Foggy” Nelson,Read More
Netflix gave the world their first glimpse of hero Daredevil in action. a teaser trailer for the upcoming Netflix series “Daredevil” was released on YouTube today. In the 15 second video, we get shots of the blind hero, played by Charlie Cox, searching for something in tunnels of some sort. While the footage is somewhat ambiguous, one thing is not: the announcement that a longer trailer will be released tomorrow!Read More
Netflix is filling out their superhero ranks. The Wrap reports Rachael Taylor has joined “Marvel’s AKA Jessica Jones” as Trish Walker. Krysten Ritter stars as Jessica Jones in the upcoming Marvel series. The series starts with Jones rebuilding her life after her time as superhero ends tragically. Now she works as a detective on cases involving people with powers. Taylor’s Trish is the best of of our titular character, who hosts a popular radio talk show. The former model and child TV star is known by “Patsy Walker” to her listening fans.Read More
Marvel took to the New York Comic Con to show off the first clips from their upcoming Netflix series adaptation of “Daredevil.” While those clips aren’t available online yet, they did release the first photos of Charlie Cox in costume as the titular superhero. Looking very unlike the Ben Affleck incarnation of the character, Cox is seen as Matt Murdoch, the blind New Yorker who’s a lawyer by day and fights crime in slightly more unorthodox ways by night. The first photos show Murdoch in both his alter-egos. The restRead More
Netflix is betting big on Judd Apatow with a two season order of “Love,” according to Deadline. “Community” star Gillian Jacobs is set to star. The relationship comedy will follow Mickey (Jacobs) and Gus (Paul Rust) as they navigate all the facets of a relationship they hope to avoid. Like intimacy and commitment. The two season order shows the streaming service’s confidence in Apatow’s vision. Netflix gave a similar deal to Kevin Spacey starrer “House of Cards.” “Love” will have a 10 episode first season and 12 episode second season. JacobsRead More
Netflix’s “Daredevil” is about to meet the love of his life. According to THR, “True Blood” breakout star Deborah Ann Woll has landed the role of Karen Page, described as the series’ female lead, opposite Charlie Cox as the Marvel superhero. Cox plays Matt Murdoch, the blind lawyer by day and crimefighter by night, while the rest of the cast also includes Elden Henson as Franklin “Foggy” Nelson, Matt Murdock’s friend and legal partner, Vincent D’Onofrio as villain The Kingpin, and Rosario Dawson in a mysterious role that may orRead More
Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) are drawn closer than ever after the events of season 3, and as we see in the first trailer for “The Killing’s” fourth and final season, they are still reeling from what they did and trying to keep a big secret between them. But there’s no rest for the Seattle detectives, as they are soon handed a new case in which a teenage boy apparently killed his entire family before turning the gun on himself – only he survived the self-inflicted shot toRead More
UPDATE: THR confirms this is now official. British actor Charlie Cox has emerged as potentially the man Marvel have chosen to be their new “Daredevil,” taking the titular role in the upcoming Netflix series, according to Latino Review. Here is how the fanboy scoop site categorizes this latest bit of info: “I am hearing that Charlie Cox, the English actor best known for his starring role as Tristan Thorne in Stardust and more recently for his supporting role in the second and third seasons of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, is lookingRead More