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San Diego Comic-Con 2015 has released their full schedule for Saturday, July 11. For your convenience, we have pulled out all of the movie, TV and DVD related panels and events below, but you can can visit Comic-Con.org to check out the full schedule including comic book and video game panels. Take a look at all of the movie, TV and DVD events that will take place during the first day of Comic Con.
After more than 200 best days ever, the ride's over for Phineas and Ferb and their pals, not to mention Perry the Platypus and archnemesis Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz. For a final trip to the Tri-State Area,TV Guide Magazine chief content officer Michael Schneider gathers the creators/executive producers of Phineas and Ferb, Dan Povenmire (voice of Doofenshmirtz) and »
Danielle Staub's little girl isn't a little girl anymore! The Real Housewives of New Jersey alum's daughter, Jillian, has grown up right before our very eyes. The reality TV mom Instagrammed a pic of herself posing alongside her daughter, who is now taller than she is! The mother-daughter duo seemed to be celebrating Jillian becoming a state champ. "Throwback to last night #Pcct banquet #statechamps ring ceremony with a twist lol @_jillianstaub," she captioned the pic. Even though Staub hasn't been on Rhonj in a long time, now could be the time for her to return to TV! At least, that's if Sarah Paulson has something to do with it. While appearing on Watch What Happens Live, the »
Sarah Paulson, the reigning Supreme on American Horror Story, is also a huge Real Housewives fan. Who isn't? While on Watch What Happens Live, the Emmy nominee was asked which Real Housewives star would she want to come on American Horror Story: Hotel as the villain and she had the absolutely perfect answer… Danielle Staub. "Probably what's her head from season one of Jersey…Danielle would be so good," she said. "Eye brows, cigarettes, and a lot of [in New Jersey accent] talking like this. It would be very good." Can you picture it? Danielle Staub yelling at Kathy Bates to "pay attention"?! Something tells us the Oscar winner could do something to rival Teresa »
Finn Wittrock is generating awards buzz very early in his career. The young actor turned heads and stomachs on “American Horror Story: Freak Show”as the murderous Dandy Mott, a spoiled child who becomes the protege of the even more demented Twisty the Clown (John Carroll Lynch). Here the actor discusses his toughest moments during “Freak Show,” which episode he would submit for awards consideration and the acting prowess of co-star Sarah Paulson. Also Read: Jessica Lange Reflects on Her 4 'American Horror Story' Femme Fatales: 'They Have a Spine of Steel' TheWrap: What was the toughest thing you had to do this season? »
- Joe Otterson
“American Horror Story” star Sarah Paulson is busy preparing to play a brand new character in the next installment of the FX miniseries, but she hopes her “Ahs: Freak Show” characters Bette and Dot Tattler won’t soon be forgotten. And with a 2015 Critics Choice TV Award already under her belt for the role, it’s hard to imagine Paulson’s performance will escape the attention of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, which has twice previously nominated her for an Emmy for her work on the horror drama. Only time will tell if Paulson will finally get to go home with a. »
- Greg Gilman
The drama tells a fictional story of betrayal and triumph set against the real-life Bp oil spill, as one politician (Cage) tries to rebuild the gulf.
Using a full-on Southern accent, Cage's politician takes on corporate America in the face of a sex scandal that could topple his ambitions.
Stark shot The Runner on location in the Louisiana gulf and Washington DC last summer.
"American Horror Story Freak Show" fans, did you miss any of our exclusive Emmy webchats with the stars of the FX limited series? Fear not! We've listed them all below for your viewing pleasure, beginning with departing scene-stealer Jessica Lange and continuing on to Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Michael Chiklis, Angela Bassett and Finn Wittrock. -Break- Watch dozens of video chats with 2015 Emmy contenders Jessica Lange on exiting the franchise: "I will miss the camaraderie that you naturally have working in a repertoire company. You're working with the same actors for four years, knowing their rhythms, knowing they know yours. There's something wonderful about that." Kathy Bates on her "Coven" Emmy victory: "When they called my name, I was just like, 'What?!' I was so gobsmacked, I forgot to thank Ryan Murphy, I forgot to thank everybody. I couldn't remember anythin..." »
"American Horror Story" is known for showcasing its stars' talent for singing. But according to series creator Ryan Murphy, the most high-profile singer in the new cast won't be participating in any musical numbers this season.
In an interview with Deadline, Murphy said that Lady Gaga, who's joined upcoming season "Hotel" in an undisclosed role, will not be singing a note. And she's not the only one: Murphy said that none of the cast members -- including fan favorites Kathy Bates and Sarah Paulson and newcomers like Max Greenfield -- would participate in any numbers this season, despite clamoring from fans for more music.
"The interesting thing is we cast a lot of singers this season but I like that singers, for the most part, are always great actors because they know how to sell a story through song, through a scene," Murphy told Deadline. "I'm excited about that and »
- Katie Roberts
Following the songs of American Horror Story: Freak Show and the casting of Lady Gaga, many viewers might expect more musical numbers to take place on FX's American Horror Story: Hotel this fall, but in a recent interview, showrunner Ryan Murphy shared that Hotel will not include any musical numbers. Murphy also discussed bringing Denis O'Hare on board and much more.
"No. People, keep saying to me, “What numbers are they singing, what numbers are they singing,” and I say there will be no numbers... I’m excited about that and I think that’s why Gaga was excited about it; it’s not something that she’s ever done before. It’s a pure acting part. I think people expect that »
- Derek Anderson
Dracula worries his grandson won't become a creature of the night in the new Hotel Transylvania 2 trailer. We also have an excerpt from Brad Meltzer's The President's Shadow and an American Horror Story: Hotel casting update.
Hotel Transylvania 2: Due out in theaters in 2D and 3D this September, Hotel Transylvania 2 features the voices of Adam Sandler (Dracula), Andy Samberg (Johnny), Selena Gomez (Mavis), Kevin James (Frank), Fran Drescher (Eunice), Steve Buscemi (Wayne), Molly Shannon (Wanda), David Spade (Griffin), Keegan-Michael Key (Murray), and Mel Brooks (Vlad). This sequel to 2012's Hotel Transylvania is directed by Genndy Tartakovsky from a screenplay by Adam Sandler and Robert Smige.
Synopsis: "The Drac pack is back for an all-new monster comedy adventure in Sony Pictures Animation's Hotel Transylvania 2! Everything seems to be changing for the better at Hotel Transylvania... Dracula’s rigid monster-only hotel policy has finally relaxed, opening »
- Derek Anderson
Looks like Lady Gaga has a choice to make. Finn Wittrock, who played Dandy Mott on FX’s “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” has signed on for the upcoming fifth installment of the FX anthology series, subtitled “Hotel,” series boss Ryan Murphy announced via Twitter on Wednesday. And it appears that Wittrock will be competing with fellow “Ahs” return customer Matt Bomer for Lady Gaga’s attention. See video: Wrapid Fire: 'American Horror Story' Star Sarah Paulson Reveals Greatest Fear “Finn Wittrock is checking into Hotel. Who will Gaga choose — Finn or Matt Bomer?” Murphy wrote. Of course, given »
- Tim Kenneally
Check out the brand new trailer for The Runner.
In the aftermath of the Bp oil spill, an idealistic but imperfect New Orleans politician (Nicolas Cage) finds his plans of restoration unraveling as his own life becomes contaminated with corruption, scandal and deceit.
Directed and written by Austin Stark, the film includes dynamic performances by Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas), Golden Globe and Emmy award nominee Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story), Connie Nielsen (Gladiator), Wendell Pierce (The Wire), Bryan Batt (Mad Men) and Golden Globe winner Peter Fonda (Easy Rider).
The Runner opens in theaters nationwide on Friday, August 7.
- Michelle McCue
VideosAmerican Horror Story: Hotel — Watch the First Gaga-Centric Teaser
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) June 17, 2015
As shared in Ask Ausiello, Wittrock hinted at the new gig while attending the recent Critics’ Choice Awards, saying, “I will be »
Nicolas Cage is set to take on Big Oil this summer in first time director Austin Stark’s upcoming political drama The Runner , and you can watch the first trailer right here after the official synopsis…
In the aftermath of the Bp oil spill, an idealistic but imperfect New Orleans politician (Nicolas Cage) finds his plans of restoration unraveling as his own life becomes contaminated with corruption, scandal and deceit. Directed and written by Austin Stark, the film includes dynamic performances by Academy Award® winner Nicolas Cage (Leaving Las Vegas), Golden Globe® and Emmy® award nominee Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story), Connie Nielsen (Gladiator), Wendell Pierce (The Wire), Bryan Batt (Mad Men) and Golden Globe® winner Peter Fonda (Easy Rider).
The Runner is set for release August 7th in the States, with a UK date yet to be announced.
- Gary Collinson
Today we have the trailer for the upcoming "The Runner," which is set against the Deepwater Horizon disaster and stars Nicolas Cage, Sarah Paulson and Peter Fonda. Check it out below. Plot: In the aftermath of the 2010 Bp oil spill, an idealistic but flawed politician is forced to confront his dysfunctional life after his career is destroyed in a sex scandal. The new movie is directed by Austin Stark and is set to be released in select theaters and on VOD on August 7th. Trailer: »
At this point, having flooded the market with such efforts as Left Behind, Outcast, Stolen, Drive Angry, Justice, Season Of The Witch, Knowing, and the Ghost Rider movies, there is a certain baggage that accompanies any casting of Nicolas Cage – regardless of the nature of the project. With an understandable reputation for somewhat bizarre and off-the-wall performances, Academy Award winner Cage regularly has an uphill battle to fight when it comes to new releases. The first trailer for his upcoming movie, The Runner, takes on a lot of that fight for him, however, as it showcases what could be his most nuanced performance in some time.
As the feature length directorial debut of writer-director Austin Stark, The Runner is a political drama that has attracted a high level of on-screen talent. Alongside Cage, the film stars Connie Nielsen (Nymphomanic: Vol. 1), Peter Fonda (Easy Rider), Bryan Batt (Mad Men), Sarah Paulson »
- Sarah Myles
The Runner Trailer. Austin Stark‘s The Runner (2015) movie trailer stars Nicolas Cage, Connie Nielsen, Sarah Paulson, Peter Fonda, and Wendell Pierce. The Runner‘s plot synopsis: “‘The Runner’ follows an idealistic but flawed politician (Cage), who, in the aftermath of the 2010 British Petroleum oil spill, is forced to confront his dysfunctional life after his career is destroyed in a sex scandal.”
The runner looks like Nicolas Cage returning to form is a good drama. Over the last three years, he has made many films of dubious quality. This film looks and feels looks to be the complete opposite of those films.
- Rollo Tomasi
Some years back, I made a promise to myself to see every movie Nicolas Cage has ever starred in, and I'll be damned if I don't make that a reality. The man's an alluring engima on-screen, never consistent enough to call a good or bad actor but never less than confounding. While I haven't made time yet to check out Dying of the Light or Bringing Out Your Dead or Snake Eyes, to sadly name a few, they'll end up on my queue sometime. And so will his latest, the headline-heavy thriller The Runner, and maybe sooner than later. Because, quite frankly, this one looks like a hoot. The general plot of this has something or another to do with Cage as an untrustworthy politician who finds his career intertwined with the 2010 Bp oil spill, and works his way up through the support of his love ones and a couple »
- Will Ashton
Nicolas Cage sees his life and career derailed by a sex scandal in a new trailer for “The Runner.” The film, Austin Stark’s writing and directorial debut, takes place in the aftermath of the 2010 Bp oil spill. Cage plays Colin Price, an idealistic New Orleans congressman who finds his restoration plans unraveling as his own life becomes contaminated with corruption and scandal. “Great men, men who build legacies, they aren’t always decent,” says the voiceover at the end of the promo. Also read: Nicolas Cage to Play Sex Scandal-Disgraced Congressman in 'The Runner' The movie also stars Sarah Paulson, »
- Reid Nakamura
I'm an unapologetic fan of Nicolas Cage. He's every bit as fascinating as his schizophrenic career and his infamously over-the-top performances. So with that in mind, I'm uncertain about how his new film The Runner will ultimately pan out, even after watching its first trailer. In writer-director Austin Stark's R-rated drama, Cage plays idealistic Louisiana politician, Colin Price, who finds his personal and political life in turmoil thanks to a sex scandal. In the aftermath of the 2010 Bp oil spill, Price finds an opportunity to turn his life around by standing up for the people he represents. Here's the thing, this apparent mash-up of House of Cards meets Treme could actually be a compelling story ... if the acting, directing, and editing all come together. This first look at the film leaves me undecided as to whether or not Cage is going full Cajun (Cage'n?), or if he'll be able »
- Dave Trumbore
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