‘This Is Us’ Creator Dan Fogelman & Cast Talk Season 3: Jack & Rebecca’s First Date, Vietnam & Brother Nicky
At Deadline’s Emmy For Your Consideration event last night for NBC/Fox’s This Is Us, creator Dan Fogelman and cast gathered to provide more clues about season 3 as well as look back at their eight-Emmy-nominated second season.
Less than an hour before the panel discussion began, Fogelman had proudly screened the first episode of Season 3 for his writing staff—an episode he considers “one of our best.” Season 3 (Sept. 25) opens on the Pearson siblings’ next birthday, their… Read
‘Maniac’ Miniseries Releases First-Look Trailer And Key Art Before Netflix Bow
The first-look trailer for the upcoming Netflix miniseries Maniac has been released (or maybe escaped) in advance of its Sept. 21 debut, along with its key art.
The show is based on the Norwegian television series of the same name by Hakon Bast Mossige and Espen PA Lervaaq, is written by Patrick Somerville, directed by Cary Fukunaga, and stars Jonah Hill, Emma Stone and Sonova Mizuno, with appearances by Justin Theroux, Julia Garner, Jemima Kirke and Sally Field as Dr… Read
‘Warriors Of Liberty City’ And ‘America To Me’ From Starz Get First Looks At TCA
Starz has unveiled a first look trailer at the Television Critics Assn. Summer 2018 Press Tour for its new docuseries Warriors of Liberty City, which explores how a crime ridden neighborhood in Miami has risen to become a pipeline to the National Football League.
The docuseries follows a season with the Liberty City Warriors, a youth football program founded by hip-hop pioneer Luther Campbell of controversial rappers 2 Live Crew. Beyond football, the Liberty City… Read
‘Cosmos: Possible Worlds’: First Look At New Neil deGrasse Tyson Venture – Comic-Con
Fox and National Geographic have released a Comic-Con first look at the return of the Emmy Award-winning Cosmos series. This season, the show is titled Cosmos: Possible Worlds, and is described as a venture to uncharted territories.
Previewing the clip were Neil deGrasse Tyson, who returns as host for the show; executive producer/writer/director Ann Druyan (who won an Emmy Award for writing the 2014 series and a Peabody Award for producing it) and executive producers… Read
‘Les Miserables’ First Look Photos From Masterpiece PBS Adaptation Out
The latest adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel Les Miserables is coming to Masterpiece PBS, and the first look at cast images are out.
Masterpiece is teaming with BBC One on the upcoming six-part event. The partners have set key cast with Dominic West playing Jean Valjean and David Oyelowo as Javert. Lily Collins has also boarded as Fantine with Adeel Akhtar and Olivia Colman as Monsieur and Madame Thénardier. A co-production from Lookout Point and BBC Studios, the… Read
‘Lucifer’: Sneak Peek At Canceled Fox Series’ 2 Bonus Episodes Airing Monday
Fans outraged at the cancellation of Lucifer will get to dance with the devil one more time. Fox has a two-hour “bonus” episode of the show set for this Monday at 8 PM and has just released a sneak peak at what to expect from the episode, tilted “Boo Normal/Once Upon A Time.”
In the episode, Lucifer (Tom Ellis) and the team investigate the murder of a child psychiatrist, while Ella (Aimee Garcia) thinks about a big childhood secret that she's been hiding. Then, in Part… Read
‘Fortnite: Battle Royale’ Season 4: Movies, Superheroes And Villains
Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 4 is now a few days old, and the landscape has changed. That’s because the giant blue comet that dominated speculation in the just-concluded Season 3 has smashed Dusty Depot into a huge crater and made an impact in other areas of the map.
Ah, but it’s more than a hole in the ground. There’s a government installation in the middle of the crater, and there are other surprises awaiting on new areas of the map. Glowing rocks from the comet… Read
IFC Films ‘Mary Shelley’ Trailer Details ‘Frankenstein’ Author’s Teen Tumult
The greatest romance of her life inspired her darkest creation. That’s the tag for the new IFC Films release about Frankenstein author Mary Shelley’s tumultuous life, which has a May 25 theatrical debut in New York and Los Angeles after bowing at the Toronto Film Festival and with a Tribeca Film Festival screening coming. VOD follows on June 1.
Young Shelley had a life that seems torn from a novel of the era. Her mother died when she was young, leaving her in the care of… Read
‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ Trailer: First Look At Harry Potter Prequel Sequel
The first trailer for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, the second film in the Harry Potter prequel series, has just been released, and Warner Bros. has mobilized an army of wizards to celebrate.
The #WandsReady movement is described as a global social activation mobilizing Wizarding World fans, who are encouraged to post a photo of themselves with their own wand or use the #WandsReady photo uploader on FantasticBeasts.com, which will allow creation of a… Read
‘Supergirl’ Offers First-Look At Chris Wood As Mon-El In New Legion Uniform
Mon-El is back in black, and dressed like Elvis in his 1968 comeback special.
A first look at Chris Wood as Mon-El in his new Legion of Super-Heroes costume has been released in advance of the outfit’s debut in the Supergirl return to originals at 8 PM January 15 on the CW. Check it out below.
In the opener, Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) is struggling to heal from the injuries inflicted by Reign (Odette Annable) and remains in a dreamlike state, unable to be reached. Mon-El… Read
On Set For ‘Stranger Things’ Season 2, Duffers Hint At Future: “We Have A Blinking Light That We’re Headed Toward”
If you hadn't seen Netflix's runaway genre hit Stranger Things and were asked to imagine a place creepy enough to house a rift into a world of monsters and misery, you'd need a severely damaged psyche to conjure anything quite as troubling as Building A of the former Georgia Mental Health Institute in Atlanta.
Viewed from the air, the building's brutalist concrete boxes form a crucifix; on the inside, windows peer through a concrete latticework that evokes a prison more… Read
Anne Hathaway & Jason Sudeikis Star In Genre-Defying ‘Colossal’ From Newcomer Neon – Specialty B.O. Preview
Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis' participation in the project that would become Nacho Vigalondo's Toronto '16 debut Colossal changed the film's trajectory. The title, which newcomer distribution outfit Neon will open this weekend, had initially been conceived as a Spanish-language film, though that changed once the stars boarded.
Now Colossal headlines a fairly busy weekend of Specialty newcomers. Also among the limited release roll-outs are Sundance Selects' Graduation… Read