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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Joel de la Fuente

Joel de la Fuente is an American actor who was born on April 21, 1969, in New Hartford, New York. He is probably best known for his roles in ‘Hemlock Grove’, ‘The Man in the High Castle’, and ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Units’. Here are five more facts that you probably don’t know about this talented actor. 1. He Has Diverse Cultural Heritage Joel De La Fuente is an American born-bred but he is the son of Filipino parents who immigrated to the United States and raised their three sons in New Hartford, New York. However, his cultural heritage

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Joel de la Fuente
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William Forsythe cast as J. Edgar Hoover in The Man in the High Castle

Another historic figure will be appearing in the alternate history of The Man in The High Castle, with Boardwalk Empire’s William Forsythe set to portray infamous FBI director J. Edgar Hoover in the show’s third season.

Based on the novel by sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick, The Man in The High Castle imagines a world where the Allies lost World War II and America is split between Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan’s control.

Other roles Forsythe is known for are the series The Mob Doctor and Michael Bay’s The Rock. Amazon renewed the series for a third season in January and hired a new showrunner with the renewal. The third season will premiere on the streaming service this fall.

The Man in the High Castle stars Alexa Davalos, Rupert Evans, Luke Kleintank, DJ Qualls, Joel de la Fuente, Brennan Brown, Bella Heathcote, Callum Keith Rennie, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa,
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William Forsythe to Play J. Edgar Hoover in 'The Man in the High Castle'

The Man in the High Castle has found its J. Edgar Hoover.

William Forsythe is set to portray the former FBI director in the Amazon drama's third season. Based on Philip K. Dick’s award-winning 1962 alternate-history novel of the same name, the show explores what would have happened if the Allied Powers had lost World War II.

The series stars Rupert Evans, Rufus Sewell, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Alexa Davalos, Luke Kleintank, DJ Qualls, Joel De La Fuente, Brennan Brown and Bella Heathcote. Season three's executive producers are Ridley Scott, David W. Zucker, Richard Heus, Isa Dick Hackett, Daniel Percival and...
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The 24 Most Important Vampire TV Shows Ever, Ranked

The 24 Most Important Vampire TV Shows Ever, Ranked
Today is the 20th anniversary of the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” premiere, and the day that “The Vampire Diaries” airs its series finale — a day sure to go down in broadcast history as Vampire TV Day.

But those two shows are far from the only ones to depict bloodsuckers (to use a pejorative term) on screen, and IndieWire has dusted off the TV crypt to unearth a ranker of our favorite fangs.

Yes, we know there’s a lot at stake here.

Read More: 20 Years After ‘Buffy,’ Have Vampire TV Shows Met Their True Death?

Some rules for this list: At least one of the series regulars has to be a vampire. Also, no kids shows (sorry, “My Babysitter’s A Vampire”), no animation (sorry, “Count Duckula”), no foreign language shows (sorry, South Korea — wow, you guys like vampires) and no miniseries or anthology series (which is why “American Horror Story: Hotel
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The 24 Most Important Vampire TV Shows Ever, Ranked

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The 24 Most Important Vampire TV Shows Ever, Ranked
Today is the 20th anniversary of the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” premiere, and the day that “The Vampire Diaries” airs its series finale — a day sure to go down in broadcast history as Vampire TV Day.

But those two shows are far from the only ones to depict bloodsuckers (to use a pejorative term) on screen, and IndieWire has dusted off the TV crypt to unearth a ranker of our favorite fangs.

Yes, we know there’s a lot at stake here.

Read More: 20 Years After ‘Buffy,’ Have Vampire TV Shows Met Their True Death?

Some rules for this list: At least one of the series regulars has to be a vampire. Also, no kids shows (sorry, “My Babysitter’s A Vampire”), no animation (sorry, “Count Duckula”), no foreign language shows (sorry, South Korea — wow, you guys like vampires) and no miniseries or anthology series (which is why “American Horror Story: Hotel
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The Man in the High Castle: Season Three Renewal & New Showrunner for Amazon Series

Good news. Amazon has renewed The Man in the High Castle TV show for season three and tapped Eric Overmyer as the third season showrunner. Back in May, creator Frank Spotnitz exited the role, while the second season of the dystopian drama was still in production.A TV series adaptation of the Philip K. Dick novel, The Man in the High Castle stars Alexa Davalos, Rupert Evans, Luke Kleintank, DJ Qualls, Joel De La Fuente, Brennan Brown, Bella Heathcote, Callum Keith Rennie, Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa, and Rufus Sewell. Season two premiered on December 16th. Learn more from Amazon, after the jump.Read More…
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The Man In The High Castle renewed for third season

The Man In The High Castle season 3 happening. After last month’s impressive season 2 debut, Amazon have ordered a new series for 2017.

More on The Man In The High Castle season 3 below.

Amazon Video‘s The Man In The High Castle has been renewed for a third season. The show had its second season debut during December and has apparently already proved to be popular with fans across the streaming network.

This series, loosely based Philip K. Dick’s novel of the same name, takes a look at what the world might look like had the outcome of World War II turned out differently. In this dystopian scenario, the Axis powers won the war, leading to the United States being divided into three parts, an area controlled by the Japanese, a Nazi-controlled section, and a buffer zone between the two. Despite the oppression, a new hope emerges when films turn
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Amazon renews The Man in The High Castle for third season, new showrunner announced

Fans of The Man in The High Castle will be pleased by the news that Amazon has ordered a third season of their hit original drama. Furthermore, they have also named Bosch‘s Eric Overmyer as the new showrunner in the wake of previous showrunner Frank Spotnitz’s exit from the show.

Season one of The Man in The High Castle became Amazon Prime’s most streamed show at the time of its premiere. The series is based on Philip K. Dick’s 1962 novel which imagines the Axis powers winning World War II, with Germany conquering most of America while Japan controls the country’s West coast.

Frank Spotnitz developed the adaptation, but left amid rumours of tension with Amazon in the middle of the second season’s production. This left the existing production team to carry on without a proper showrunner, but now that Overmyer has been named as
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Watch 'Man in the High Castle' Cast Laugh Off Wtf Fan Theories

Watch 'Man in the High Castle' Cast Laugh Off Wtf Fan Theories
The Man in the High Castle, Amazon's alternative history series, envisions a dystopia in which the Axis powers prevailed in World War II. With an excess of political intrigue to unpack in Season Two, four primary cast members – Alexa Davalos, Luke Kleintank, Brennan Brown and Joel de la Fuente – laughed off Rolling Stone's outrageous guesses as the whewre the show is headed in the latest installment of our web series "Fan Theory Exploder."

Joel de La Fuente, who plays the vicious Inspector Kido, joked about the "spoiler" that his character
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‘The Man in The High Castle’: What It’s Like to Make A Show About Fascism in The Age of Trump

‘The Man in The High Castle’: What It’s Like to Make A Show About Fascism in The Age of Trump
One of the hardest things about watching “The Man in the High Castle” is the swastikas. Worn casually as pins, strapped proudly to armbands, tastefully scattered around a seemingly ordinary American home — you see them everywhere. Turns out, it’s also one of the hardest parts of filming the show, as well.

Read More: ‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2 Review: Amazon’s Normalized Nazi World Delves Deeper Into Dark Mythologies

“It’s jarring iconography, for sure,” D.J. Qualls told IndieWire during a recent press day for Season 2 of the Amazon series, which imagines what might have happened if the Axis powers, not the Allies, had won World War II. “When we shot the pilot, we were in Seattle and that was a day we had like 150 people in period costumes and Nazi uniforms walking around. And even though people could see that there were cameras around and trailers
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‘The Man in The High Castle’: What It’s Like to Make A Show About Fascism in The Age of Trump

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‘The Man in The High Castle’: What It’s Like to Make A Show About Fascism in The Age of Trump
One of the hardest things about watching “The Man in the High Castle” is the swastikas. Worn casually as pins, strapped proudly to armbands, tastefully scattered around a seemingly ordinary American home — you see them everywhere. Turns out, it’s also one of the hardest parts of filming the show, as well.

Read More: ‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2 Review: Amazon’s Normalized Nazi World Delves Deeper Into Dark Mythologies

“It’s jarring iconography, for sure,” D.J. Qualls told IndieWire during a recent press day for Season 2 of the Amazon series, which imagines what might have happened if the Axis powers, not the Allies, had won World War II. “When we shot the pilot, we were in Seattle and that was a day we had like 150 people in period costumes and Nazi uniforms walking around. And even though people could see that there were cameras around and trailers
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Amazon casts Stephen Root as The Man in the High Castle

Amazon Prime has announced that Stephen Root has been cast in the title role in The Man in the High Castle, the streaming service’s hit adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s Hugo Award-winning 1962 alternate history novel.

Root, whose credits include the likes of Selma, Trumbo, Boardwalk Empire and Office Space, is set to make his debut in the second season of the show, where he’ll play the mysterious figure tied to the Resistance movement who collects the enigmatic films that seem to depict alternate versions of reality. Check out a clip of his character in action here…

See Also: New trailer for season 2 of The Man in the High Castle

The Man in the High Castle stars Alexa Davalos, Rupert Evans, Luke Kleintank, DJ Qualls, Joel de la Fuente, Brennan Brown, Bella Heathcote, Callum Keith Rennie, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, and Rufus Sewell, and is executive produced by David Zucker and Isa Dick Hackett.
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The Past Catches Up With Us All In Trailer For The Man In The High Castle Season 2

Our future belongs to those who change it. At least, that’s the core message underpinning the new trailer for The Man in the High Castle season 2, which is earmarked for a premiere on December 16.

Continuing to explore an alternate reality in which the Allies lost World War II, this latest teaser retraces the battle lines that have divided the United States between the Japanese Pacific States west of the Rockies and the Nazi puppet state. Between them lies a relatively peaceful gulf said to be home of The Man in the High Castle himself, but will season 2 offer a glimpse of this most mysterious figure? We’ll find out very soon indeed.

Based on Philip K. Dick’s 1962 alternate history novel, The Man in the High Castle season 2 experienced some creative turbulence during development. Six months ago, the departure of showrunner Frank Spotnitz forced production on a temporary hiatus,
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New trailer for season 2 of The Man in the High Castle

Earlier this month we brought you the opening scene from the second season of The Man in the High Castle [check it out here], and now Amazon has released a brand new trailer ahead of the show’s return on December 16th; check it out here…

Season two resumes with Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) facing the consequences of her decision to betray the Resistance and allow Joe Blake (Luke Kleintank), a suspected Nazi agent, to escape the Pacific States with a film originally bound for the Man in the High Castle. Joe himself returns a hero to the Reich and finds himself thrust into the Nazi capital of Berlin, face to face with the father who abandoned him. Meanwhile, Frank Frink (Rupert Evans) becomes increasingly radicalized and drawn further into the Resistance after seeing images of his own execution in the mysterious films.

With political tensions mounting between Germany and Japan, Trade Minister Tagomi
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‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2 Trailer: The Fight Against Nazis Gets Darker

‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2 Trailer: The Fight Against Nazis Gets Darker
The latest trailer for Season 2 of “The Man in the High Castle” tells viewers that our future belongs to those who change it. With everyone caught between two worlds, how will the future look like in the upcoming episodes?

“We’re on the same side,” says a man in the trailer. “The side that stands against the Nazis, against the Japanese, that stands for freedom.”

With the East Coast controlled by Germany and the West Coast by the Japanese, the “neutral zone” known as the Rocky Mountains is led by a mysterious figure known only as “the Man in the High Castle.” The latest sneak peek asks “Who is he?” and “What does he see?” while giving viewers a small glimpse into his “castle.”

Read More: ‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2: Watch the First Two Minutes Now

Season 2 picks up with Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) facing the
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‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2 Trailer: The Fight Against Nazis Gets Darker

‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2 Trailer: The Fight Against Nazis Gets Darker
The latest trailer for Season 2 of “The Man in the High Castle” tells viewers that our future belongs to those who change it. With everyone caught between two worlds, how will the future look like in the upcoming episodes?

“We’re on the same side,” says a man in the trailer. “The side that stands against the Nazis, against the Japanese, that stands for freedom.”

With the East Coast controlled by Germany and the West Coast by the Japanese, the “neutral zone” known as the Rocky Mountains is led by a mysterious figure known only as “the Man in the High Castle.” The latest sneak peek asks “Who is he?” and “What does he see?” while giving viewers a small glimpse into his “castle.”

Read More: ‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2: Watch the First Two Minutes Now

Season 2 picks up with Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) facing the
See full article at Indiewire Television »

‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2: Watch the First Two Minutes Now

‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2: Watch the First Two Minutes Now
Amazon’s Emmy Award-winning drama “The Man in the High Castle” envisions a world where the United States lost WWII, and Japan and Germany rule the country. Ahead of its Season 2 premiere, the streaming service released the first two minutes of the new episode, which shows student life in Nazi-ruled America.

The clip begins with Thomas (Quinn Lord), son of John Smith (Rufus Sewell) arriving to school. All seems normal as he walks through the hallways, enters his classroom, helps a buddy with a detail in early American history, and is then chosen to lead the Pledge of Allegiance.

“I swear I will observe the law, conscientiously fulfill my duties at home and school, be faithful and obedient, and pledge absolute allegiance until death to the leader of the Nazi Empire, Adolf Hitler,” the students recite.

Read More: ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Season 2 Trailer and New Clip Show
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‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2: Watch the First Two Minutes Now

‘The Man in the High Castle’ Season 2: Watch the First Two Minutes Now
Amazon’s Emmy Award-winning drama “The Man in the High Castle” envisions a world where the United States lost WWII, and Japan and Germany rule the country. Ahead of its Season 2 premiere, the streaming service released the first two minutes of the new episode, which shows student life in Nazi-ruled America.

The clip begins with Thomas (Quinn Lord), son of John Smith (Rufus Sewell) arriving to school. All seems normal as he walks through the hallways, enters his classroom, helps a buddy with a detail in early American history, and is then chosen to lead the Pledge of Allegiance.

“I swear I will observe the law, conscientiously fulfill my duties at home and school, be faithful and obedient, and pledge absolute allegiance until death to the leader of the Nazi Empire, Adolf Hitler,” the students recite.

Read More: ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Season 2 Trailer and New Clip Show
See full article at Indiewire Television »

Watch the opening scene from The Man in the High Castle season 2

With The Man in the High Castle set to return next month, Amazon has released the opening scene from the second season of the alternate history series; take a look below after the official synopsis…

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Season two resumes with Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) facing the consequences of her decision to betray the Resistance and allow Joe Blake (Luke Kleintank), a suspected Nazi agent, to escape the Pacific States with a film originally bound for the Man in the High Castle. Joe himself returns a hero to the Reich and finds himself thrust into the Nazi capital of Berlin, face to face with the father who abandoned him. Meanwhile, Frank Frink (Rupert Evans) becomes increasingly radicalized and drawn further into the Resistance after seeing images of his own execution in the mysterious films.

With political tensions mounting between Germany and Japan,
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Live-Action Mulan Will Have an All-Asian Cast Promises Disney

Last week, we reported that Disney has given a fall 2018 release date for their live-action remake of Mulan, with the studio putting it on the fast track to production. Earlier today, a report surfaced that the original spec script Disney purchased, written by Lauren Hynek and Elizabeth Martin, centers on a "30-something European trader who initially cares only for the pleasure of women and money," who becomes Mulan's love interest. Just hours after that report surfaced, Disney shot down those rumors, confirming that all of the primary roles in this remake will be Chinese characters. Here's what a Disney rep had to say.

"The spec script was a jumping-off point for a new take on the story that draws from both the literary ballad of Mulan and Disney's 1998 animated film. Mulan is and will always be the lead character in the story, and all primary roles, including the love interest,
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