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It was life or death on tonight’s episode of The 100, but then again, when is it not?
Clarke (Eliza Taylor) continued to follow her instincts, even though they go against popular opinion, and she’s uncovered a rather unfriendly aspect of the Mountain Men. It isn’t surprising that Wallace (Raymond J. Barry) is keeping a lot of the more delicate information to himself. The fact that there is ongoing scientific research being conducted inside the secure mountain base lends itself to the story that the writers are telling. As the show begins to examine more of the evolutionary pitfalls of the group of people housed within Mount Whethers, it only makes sense that the revelation of just how far these people will go to survive will become increasingly evident.
The concept of a group of people that failed to meet the demands of evolution and have been »
- Lindsay Sperling
The CW drama series The 100 proved, in its first season, that it's dark, unpredictable and not afraid to go there. Now in Season 2, Clarke (Eliza Taylor) is frantically trying to make sense of her bizarre new home at Mount Weather, while the fate of many of The 100 who came to earth from the Ark is still unknown to her. Meanwhile, the survivors of the Ark must face physical and moral dilemmas in this dangerous new world. During this exclusive interview with Collider, which recently took place at The CW offices, actress Eliza Taylor talked about how different Season 2 is from the first season, how exciting she found the new direction of the show, finding her footing again, getting to work more with characters she only spoke to in passing before, the dynamic between Clarke and the president of Mount Weather (Raymond J. Barry), how things are going to »
- Christina Radish
Last night, CW served up the new promo/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming "The 100" episode 2 of season 2, and it appears to be very drama-filled and intense as lies get told, orders to find the others is given, and more. The episode is titled, "Inclement Weather." In the new,2nd episode synopsis: Clarke is going to end up, confronting Dante Wallace. Elsewhere, Kane will interrogate one of the 100. Then Abby will end up, performing an emergency surgery. Actor, Raymond J. Barry guest stars as Dante Wallace. Episode 2 is scheduled to air on Wednesday night, October 29th at 8pm central time on The CW. »
Recently, CW released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "The 100" episode 2 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Inclement Weather," and it turns out that we'll see Abby do an emergency surgery while Clarke calls out Dante, and more. In the new, 2nd episode press release: "Clarke will confront Dante Wallace (Raymond J. Barry). Meanwhile, Kane is going to interrogate one of the 100, and Abby is going to perform emergency surgery. Actor, Raymond J. Barry guest stars as Dante Wallace." Episode 2 is set to air on Wednesday night, October 29th at 8pm central time on The CW. »
For a show that started its life in orbit, “The 100” clearly isn’t content just to go around in circles. In fact, this CW sci-fi drama earns points strictly for forward momentum, launching into its second season featuring a fast-evolving narrative, with the space-faring human population returning to Earth and facing a new set of problems. Not everything works, and the performances remain a trifle uneven. But with so many post-apocalyptic cliches being juggled simultaneously, it’s certainly a watchable and ambitious undertaking, albeit one whose main job will be to defy gravity by not yielding too much of “Arrow’s” lead-in.
Just to recap, nearly 100 years after nuclear near-annihilation, thousands of survivors have stayed alive aboard the Ark, a collection of linked-together space stations. But with the system failing, those in charge first decided to jettison 100 youthful prisoners down to the planet’s surface (hence the name), testing »
- Brian Lowry
Earth to The 100 fans: The first photos from the CW drama’s Oct. 22 season premiere have arrived — and they’re intense.
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For starters, Clarke comes face to face with Dante Wallace (Justified‘s Raymond J. Barry), the leader of the Mountain Men. As TVLine reported back in July, Dante someone will do anything to help his people reclaim their rightful place on the surface of the Earth.
And speaking of finding a place on Earth, it doesn’t look like anyone’s rolling out the welcome mat for Kane and Abby, »
The 100‘s Clarke, Monty et al are being held captive (or were rescued?) by… Raylan Givens’ dad?
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One of the first faces Clarke will encounter after coming to inside the starkly sterile Mount Weather facility, Dante is described as the “quietly powerful” leader of the Mountain Men. Beneath his refined exterior, though, lies »
After their 2013 short film “Here and Now” was selected by Ron Howard as the winner of Canon's “Project Imaginat10n” film contest, producers Abigail Spencer, Josh Pence, Justin Allen and director Julian Higgins are reteaming on a new short film titled “Winter Light,” which will star Raymond J. Barry (“Justified”), Vincent Kartheiser (“Mad Men”), Q'orianka Kilcher (“The New World”), Michael Bofshever (“United 93″) and Pence (“The Social Network”). Adapted by screenwriter Wei-Ning Yu from a short story by bestselling author James Lee Burke, “Winter Light” is a modern-day revisionist Western set against the sweeping backdrop of the snow-covered Montana wilderness. »
- Jeff Sneider
Sundance Film Festival alum and Alton, Il native Brian Jun is preparing to bring his 5th feature back to the St. Louis metro area to film. The Kickstarter campaign for his film In The Buck hopes to exceed its projected $75,000 goal for a planned May 2014 shoot. His newest film is a provocative story about sex, love, fertility and how the expectations of gender roles have shaped modern relationships. After personally backing projects on this platform for a couple years, Jun decided to bring his current project to Kickstarter to take advantage of the “freedom and financial resources it offered to make a truly original piece of work.”
Perks for this film give the general public a chance to be an insider throughout the entire filmmaking process: networking with the cast and filmmakers through set visits and one-on-one lunches/dinners, access to watch the movie (via download or Blu-ray), even invitations »
- Tom Stockman
The dirty devils of Harlan County’s underworld hollers are always going to jail, and that’s not always a good thing for lawman Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and Justified. Over the course of its four seasons, the FX drama has routinely sent its winning corps of low-life losers to the clink, including its most magnetic menace, Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), as well as weedy gimp Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) and Raylan’s bad daddy Arlo (Raymond Barry), who met his final fate there. Every time the show sends its troublemakers to the big house, I start counting the minutes »
- Jeff Jensen
10 items from 2014
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