Game of Thrones Season 7 premieres 7.16.17 #GoTS7
Game of Thrones Season 7 premieres 7.16.17 #GoTS7
What if you had the power to decide who lives and who dies?
We suggest you obey the rules. Based on the famous Japanese manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, Death Note follows a high school student who comes across a supernatural notebook, realizing it holds within it a great power; if the owner inscribes someone’s name into it while picturing their face, he or she will die. Intoxicated with his new godlike abilities, the young man begins to kill those he deems unworthy of life.
The Netflix original film is directed by Adam Wingard (Blair Witch, You’re Next) and stars Nat Wolff (Paper Towns), Margaret Qualley (The Leftovers), Lakeith Stanfield (Get Out), Paul Nakauchi (Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End), Shea Whigham (American Hustle) and Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man). Death Note will premiere exclusively on Netflix on August 25th.
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Worldwide premiere of The Walking Dead Season 7 Comic-Con trailer. Coming on October 24th to FOX.
HBO has released the second trailer for Game of Thrones Season 6.
Game of Thrones Season 6 premieres April 24 at 9PM.
John Hurt’s incarnation of The Doctor has only made an appearance in Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary special, but that’s about to change: Big Finish have announced that John Hurt will reprise the role in an ongoing series of audio plays set during the Time War.
Big Finish, who have been making audio dramas set in the classic era of Doctor Who since the late ‘90s announced the news today that John Hurt will return to the role alongside a full cast of characters for four boxed sets of audio plays—each set containing three linked stories, around an hour in length, set during the height of the Time Lord’s battle with the Daleks. Only one other cast member was announced: Blake’s 7 star Jacqueline Pierce, who will play a Time Lord Cardinal named Ollistra with a major role in the war against the Daleks.
Only the Monstrous and Infernal Devices will be joined in 2017 by a special prequel series. Featuring characters from the War Doctor series, the prequel will not star John Hurt, but instead his immediate predecessor: Paul McGann’s, the Eighth Doctor.For the first time fans will be able to experience the earliest days of the Time War, before The Doctor cast aside his name and regenerated.
John Hurt is the first “New Doctor” to join Big Finish’s line, and the first time the company have been allowed to openly explore the Time War itself as part of their stories.
The War Doctor: Only The Monstrous will be out in December.
Fans gathered in the massive Hall H on Sunday for the show’s panel, where they were treated to an exclusive look at the upcoming miniseries’ extended trailer.
“Heroes Reborn” debuts Thursday September 24 at 8 p.m.
The first trailer for “Vixen”, an animated spinoff of “The Flash” and “Arrow”, has arrived, showcasing the title character (voiced by Megalyn Echikunwoke) meeting Flash, Arrow and Cisco — all voiced by their live-action counterparts.
First announced in January, “Vixen” is a CW Seed short-form digital animated series introducing Vixen, a character created by Gerry Conway and Bob Oksner and first introduced in 1981’s “Action Comics” #521, to the same fiction world as the hit CW live-action “Flash” and “Arrow” shows. Stephen Amell (Arrow/Oliver Queen), Grant Gustin (The Flash/Barry Queen), Emily Bett Rickards (Felicity) and Carlos Valdes (Cisco) will all appear on the series to voice their live-action characters.
“Vixen’s such a great character,” “Arrow” Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim, who is working very closely on “Vixen,” told CBR News in January. “First of all, she represents magic, which is an area that we haven’t explored on either of the two shows just yet. One thing we’re always saying is, “‘Flash’ is very different from ‘Arrow,’ ‘Arrow’ is very different from ‘Flash.'” If ‘Arrow’ is crime and ‘The Flash’ is science, ‘Vixen’ has a big magic component.”
“Vixen” is scheduled to debut Aug. 25 on CW Seed.
“Evil is always waiting in the shadows.” See what’s waiting for you this Halloween in the STARZ Original Series Ash vs Evil Dead.
After announcing the October 31 series debut for the television sequel to Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell’s cult hit, Starz has released the first trailer for “Ash Vs. Evil Dead.”
After a brief synopsis of the “Evil Dead” films, the trailer dives deep into the new material, offering glimpses of the various deadness, demons and possessed toys that will plague Ash and company throughout the show’s ten-episode run. The trailer, which is filled with the action, gore and humor the movies are known for, also introduces the rest of the series’ core cast, setting up their relationships with each other and Ash.
“Ash Vs. Evil Dead” stars Campbell, Lucy Lawless, Ray Santiago, Dana Delorenzo and Jill Marie Jones. The freshman season consists of ten 30-minute episodes, the first of which is directed by Raimi.
BBC America’s big “Doctor Who” panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego brought 12th Doctor Peter Capaldi to Hall H for the first time, along with companions Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald), Michelle Gomez (Missy), and lead writer and executive producer Steven Moffat for a discussion the long-running series’ past, future, and everything in between.. Chris Hardwick moderated the panel.
Moffat spoke about the shift in tone for the Doctor from Matt Smith to Capaldi, saying he “wants to make the most of” each actor. But, he said, “there’s not that much difference in the way you write them. … The Doctors are surprisingly similar.”
Hardwick mentioned that Moffat “let [the Doctor] be Scottish this time,” referring to previous Scottish Doctor David Tennant. Moffat replied, “Well, we let him be English before — why should he have an English accent, an American accent?”
Talking about the “companion” relationship between Clara and the Doctor, Hardwick said that Coleman’s character often “dommed the Doctor” in Season 8. But Coleman siad it was more a matter of the two characters “trying to work each other out.”
“It’s kind of like getting to know your best friend all over again,” Coleman said.
Despite Clara’s hedging last season due to her relationship with Danny Pink, “in series 9 she’s head first in the TARDIS.”
Asked about her character’s mystery, Gomez said, “Luckily I never know why I’m saying what I’m saying” before the big reveal, which she said keeps it fresh. Becoming the Master “is still a pinch-me moment,” she added.
Gomez described Missy/The Master as “the best friend you kind of love to hate” and “everybody’s idea of the perfect villain.” “When you break it down, it’s about this great friendship that just went wrong — and everybody has that,” she said. “So now she tracks down the Doctor and says, no, you started this, I’m right.
“And he always gets in the way of me trying to destroy the world.”
Moffat added that “they are indeed friends, that’s the scary part — it’s the friendship between the vegetarian and the hunter.”
“We both kill a lot of people, he feels bad about it, I don’t,” Gomez added.
Capaldi said the Doctor seeing the Master is like “this person walks into the room and your heart sinks — you’re happy to see them and then you think, ah, I’m going to have to put up with all this shit.”
Capaldi said “regeneration is as much of a shock to the incumbent as it is on everybody else,” and so each Doctor’s first season is often spent figuring out who he is. “He’d rather there was peace, he’d rather sit in the car park after dark and not have to blow up Daleks — but I like blowing up Daleks, and I think he does, too, once he gets down to it.”
Coleman said that after the trials of last season, Clara and the Doctor “are very much a team.”
The trailer for Season 9, which begins airing September 19, ended with a cameo by Maisie Williams’ new character. The Doctor responds to her with a surprised “You….!” and Williams replies, “What took you so long, old man?”
Joking about special effects, Capaldi said, “People ask me when I first felt like Doctor Who. I tell them it was when they threw a rubber spider in my face and said, ‘fight it!’
This season “Clara does help him with his social skills,” Capaldi said of his character, “makes him a more welcome party guest.”
Hardwick then opened the floor to fan questions.
“The way that Missy comes back into the Doctor’s life is not something I think you’re going to predict – it’s very, very different,” Moffat said. Even though his take on the two characters is one of an on friendship, Missy will “still be doing these psychopathic things, just in an adorable way.”
Discussing the kiss, Gomez said, “the question is who kissed who, and who pulled back… and if you play that back, as I’m sure many of you have, you’ll see there is some suction there.” She joked that “what you didn’t see was that I was also holding Clara’s hand.”
A fan asked the panelists’ opinions on the possibility of a female Doctor. “Well, there’s no vacancy,” Moffat said, “you’ve just met Peter Capaldi.” Moffat added that “I think I’ve expressed my opinion in the show.”
Coleman said “I’m sure it will happen at some point, but as Steven said I think it’s about finding the right actor. I don’t think Peter’s going to change costume.”
Capaldi said he’d be up for a drag episode, which the crowd seemed to favor.
Asked about his literary influence, Moffat laughed embarrassingly that “it was probably Doctor Who.”
“What got me interested in television was that the Doctor changed, and I didn’t understand me,” Moffat said. “My dad had to explain it to me, that it was because one actor didn’t want to be Doctor Who, so somebody else would have to come in. Then I had to deal with the fact that someone would be Doctor Who and then choose not to be – I had to deal with that in my adult life, as well, it’s terrifying!”
Asked about potential future companions, Capaldi said the Doctor “has that special bond with Clara,” but “I think he’d want to see his granddaughter.”
A fan asked Gomez what Missy’s perfect day would look like. After first offering “squashing a lot of bugs,” she said, “I think her perfect day would start with a croissant, then slapping Wonder Woman in the face.”
Hardwick asked why the Doctor “is so enamored of humans.” “Budgetary reasons,” Moffat said.
On the subject of a “Doctor Who” / “Sherlock” crossover, Moffat said, “I wouldn’t have a problem with it, it’s all the rest of them that have a problem with it – I’d do anything for a laugh, I’m a tart.”
After giving Matt Smith’s 11th Doctor the most chronological years, a fan asked how Moffat “would show love to Peter.” “Show love? I stranded him in a village for a thousand years,” Moffat said, perplexed. “That’s a weird definition of love. I aged him to death! Well, I guess that’s marriage…” He added that he wouldn’t answer the question, because it’s dealt with in some manner this season.
A man in a Grinch costume asked Capaldi whether he “felt the other Doctors deep inside of you.” The phrasing of the question, plus the costume with its long fingers, led to some commentary and laughing from Hardwick and Capaldi. Capaldi added that he does feel that there is some “resonance” with the other eleven versions of the Doctor.
Asked about his biggest surprise, Capaldi said, “you hear that it’s successful overseas, that it’s catching on in America… but I never anticipated this.” He added that he has the benefit of the show’s 50-year history “pointing in my direction.”
It’s here, it’s here! The first trailer for Season 9 of BBC’s Doctor Who has finally arrived. We’ll have more about the upcoming ninth season of the long-running series from the show’s Comic-Con 2015 panel shortly, but until then prepare yourselves for Daleks, mercenaries and lots of terrifying antagonists (both familiar and not).
“Every time I think it couldn’t get more extraordinary, it surprises me,” says Peter Capaldi’s 12th incarnation of the Doctor in the first trailer for Season 9, and that might very well speak for the series itself. Season 9 features the return of Michelle Gomez in the delightfully evil role of Missy, aka the Master, and although it was previously speculated that Season 8 would be her last, Jenna Coleman is back as Clara.
Doctor Who Season 9 premieres September 19th 2015 on BBC America!