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Watch: Andre Royo Is Robert 'Bobo' Boston in Amazon's Upcoming New Series, 'Hand of God'

22 hours ago | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Created by Ben Watkins, and marking the television debut of filmmaker Marc Forster, the highly-anticipated Amazon Studios original dramatic series "Hand of God" stars Ron Perlman as the honorable justice Pernell Harris. The show centers on Judge Harris, a hard-living, law-bending married man with a high-end call girl on the side, who suffers a mental breakdown and goes on a vigilante quest to find the rapist who tore his family apart. With no real evidence to go on, Pernell begins to rely on "visions" and "messages" he believes are being sent by God through Pernell's ventilator-bound son.  "Hand of God" also stars Dana Delany as the Judge's protective wife Crystal HarrisGarret Dillahunt as Kd, the born-again sociopath whose violent tendencies are exploited by Pernell, Andre Royo as the slick, smart, gregarious, and greedy mayor Robert...


- Tambay A. Obenson

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TV Review: ‘Hand of God’

26 August 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

As ambitious, premium-style dramas proliferate, it’s easy to confuse dark and nasty with cool and good. Few programs have put the gap between those poles into starker relief than “Hand of God,” a thoroughly ill-conceived and unpleasant series that continues Amazon’s struggle to match its comedy inroads (see “Transparent”) on the dramatic front. Providing a starring vehicle for Ron Perlman, who joins director Marc Forster and writer Ben Watkins among its producers, the show strands a good cast, making the 10-episode run (all of which was made available) feel less like a gripping mystery than a grueling endurance contest.

Viewers are spared the worst of the brutal act that sets the entire story in motion, but are treated to endless references to it. Perlman plays Pernell Harris, the powerful judge and influential heir in the fictional town of San Vicente, Calif. When the show begins, his son Pj lies in a coma, »

- Brian Lowry

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Ron Perlman Terrified and Compelled by His Character in Amazon’s ‘Hand of God’

20 August 2015 12:46 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Ron Perlman talked about being both thrilled and terrified when he first read the script for Amazon’s new series “Hand of God” during the Los Angeles premiere at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel on Wednesday night.

“I’d never quite seen writing like this, I’d never ran into a character that is as emotionally compromised as mine is,” Perlman said. “I’ve never been quite so scared and then compelled to say, ‘If you don’t take this part you’re a p—y.'”

Perlman plays Judge Pernell Harris, who goes on a vigilante tear when he believes God is speaking to him through his comatose son.

“It touches upon everything that I find interesting about human behavior, especially when it is under a great deal of pressure,” Perlman said.

Ben Watkins, the creator and writer of “Hand of God,” said the inspiration for the show »

- Jacob Bryant

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HBO Looking Into A Deadwood Movie

13 August 2015 2:37 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Don’t get too excited just yet, folks, but it’s being reported that HBO is in very early talks to potentially put together a Deadwood movie, which, of course, would be based on David Milch’s critically acclaimed show that was brought to an end in 2006.

The commotion all began when actor Garret Dillahunt Tweeted the following earlier this week:

“So uh…I’m hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie.”

While unconfirmed at first, HBO has now gone on the record to state that yes, they are in very early talks with Milch but right now, it’s nothing more than a “preliminary conversation.” What this means isn’t exactly certain, but it’s nice to hear that the wheels are beginning to turn and that the idea is being floated around.

It makes sense that this would pop up now, too, given that the show’s star, »

- James Garcia

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Hope For A Deadwood Movie Actually Exists

13 August 2015 9:59 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Too many shows get cut down in their prime. For every long-running Law And Order, there.s a Firefly and a Dollhouse that only has a season or two to its name. Deadwood got lucky and logged three blood-soaked, profanity-laden years on HBO, treating its fans to a mix of Shakespeare and the Old West on a weekly basis. While there were talks of a movie after the show ended, much like Rome before it, nothing ever happened. At least, until today. The news started with a tweet from Garrett Dillahunt, famed character actor and cast member of the dearly departed Deadwood. That tweet read as follows: So uh....I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray. Garret Dillahunt (@garretdillahunt) August 13, 2015 Keep in mind, tweets like these happen all the time. Cast members of film and television franchises love to speculate the futures of said properties, both active and »

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HBO in Preliminary Talks for 'Deadwood' Movie

13 August 2015 8:13 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Deadwood, the acclaimed HBO western series that was cancelled in 2006, may be returning — as a movie.

Actor Garret Dillahunt, who played two characters on the show, including geologist Francis Wolcott, during its run from 2004 to 2006, posted two tweets Wednesday hinting at the prospect. In response, a spokesman for HBO confirmed to Variety that "very preliminary discussions" have been made to resurrect the series with a movie.

Dillahunt's initial tweet read:

So uh....I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray

Garret Dillahunt (@garretdillahunt) August 13, 2015

He followed with a second one:

Come on @HBO. »

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Deadwood Movie Possibly in the Works at HBO

13 August 2015 7:07 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

HBO may be ready to put back on its cowboy hat and return to the whiskey-drinking, gun-slinging, no-law land of Deadwood. The much teased follow-up film to the incredibly beloved Western series seems to be a greater possibility than ever before after a tweet last night from Deadwood alum Garret Dillahunt. As Deadwood fans sadly know, the HBO drama was abruptly cancelled after three seasons back in 2006. At that time, after receiving much outrage from fans over the cancellation, HBO promised to produce not just one but two follow-up films to wrap up Deadwood‘s open storylines and give longtime viewers of the series some closure. However, the project never actually came to fruition, and even though there’s been talk and hope for years regarding the making of a Deadwood movie, Dillahunt is now telling people that there are “credible rumors” that the project is actually underway at HBO. »

- Chris King

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HBO says there have been "preliminary conversations" about a Deadwood movie

13 August 2015 6:22 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

I've got some good news for all of you Deadwood fans out there. Sources tell TV Line that there have been new talks between HBO and creator David Milch about possibly doing a movie, and last night star Garret Dillahunt ("Jack McCall" and "Francis Wolcott") tweeted that he's also heard rumblings of a Deadwood flick. When asked to comment, an HBO spokesperson... Read More »

- Jesse Giroux

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Not so Deadwood? Rumours say HBO's acclaimed series may return as a film

13 August 2015 4:26 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

After actor Garret Dillahunt tweeted about rumours of a comeback for the drama, HBO admitted to having had ‘preliminary conversations’ about a movie

It has been the source of fevered rumours ever since it was prematurely cancelled nearly a decade ago. Now HBO’s wild west drama Deadwood might finally be getting the return that fans craved, after HBO confirmed it was having “preliminary conversations” about reviving the show for a one-off movie.

HBO’s announcement came in response to a series of tweets sent by Deadwood actor Garret Dillahunt, who claimed that he had heard “credible rumours about at #Deadwood movie”. “Come on @HBO ... you made @entouragemovie. Give the #Deadwood fans some closure. #Youcandoit,” Dillahunt later tweeted.

So uh....I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray

Related: Your next box set: Deadwood

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- Gwilym Mumford

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Deadwood Movie?

13 August 2015 4:09 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »


When Deadwood was cancelled by HBO a decade ago, the world took it badly. The Western drama was, and still is, the finest TV show of our time, running for a mere three seasons between 2004-2006. There’s been talk of a revival ever since Deadwood departed the airwaves, but none of the rumours mustered much steam.

Until now.

Yes, HBO have come right out and declared there have been “preliminary conversations” regarding a Deadwood movie. Which is pretty friggin’ incredible.

Chatter started mounting when actor (and Deadwood alum) Garret Dillahunt tweeted the following:

So uh….I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray

Garret Dillahunt (@garretdillahunt) August 13, 2015

Come on @HBO…you made @entouragemovie. Give the #Deadwood fans some closure. #Youcandoit.

Garret Dillahunt (@garretdillahunt) August 13, 2015

You go Garret!

HBO’s response was vague but not altogether discouraging, stating that in relation to Dillahunt’s tweet some “preliminary conversations” had taken place. »

- Daniel Kelly

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HBO Confirms “Very Preliminary” ‘Deadwood’ Movie Talks

13 August 2015 4:00 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Yesterday, actor Garret Dillahunt tweeted “So uh…I’m hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie.” I had the same reaction to that tweet that a lot of other people seemed to have: don’t even play around with this. Deadwood is serious business. Canceled in 2006 after three great seasons and a less than satisfying conclusion, there was talk […]

The post HBO Confirms “Very Preliminary” ‘Deadwood’ Movie Talks appeared first on /Film. »

- Russ Fischer

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HBO confirms "very preliminary discussions" to revive Deadwood as a movie

13 August 2015 3:40 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Deadwood fans couldn't be blamed for losing hope that HBO would ever revive the series, but finally there's a reason to get excited.

The network has confirmed to Variety that they are having "very preliminary discussions" about reviving the Western series with a movie.

Actor Garret Dillahunt, known for playing Francis Wilcott on the series, has voiced his support for the project on Twitter.

He wrote: "So uh....I'm hearing credible rumours about a #Deadwood movie."

"Come on HBO. You made the Entourage movie. Give the #Deadwood fans some closure."

Only last year, star Kim Dickens said that creator David Milch still "harbours hope" that there is more to come from Deadwood.

Despite receiving critical acclaim, Deadwood was cancelled by HBO in 2006 following its third season. Two special TV movies were planned to wrap the show up, but the plans never came to fruition. »

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'Deadwood' Movie Might Actually Get Made After All

13 August 2015 3:00 AM, PDT | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Is "Deadwood" coming back from the dead?

The HBO series ran for three seasons and was canceled in 2006. At the time, there was talk of completing the drama with two movies, but nothing came of the matter (on a personal note: still mad about that).

Now, there are new rumblings that a movie might get made. Actor Garret Dillahunt (who played Jack McCall, then later Francis Wolcott) lit the first match on Twitter:

So uh....I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray

- Garret Dillahunt (@garretdillahunt) August 13, 2015 "What?! Please be true!" responded Twitter and the rest of the Internet.

To that, an HBO spokesperson only said, "In reference to Garret Dillahunt's tweet regarding the rumored 'Deadwood movie,' there have only been very preliminary conversations."

Ok, so, a possible movie is in the very early stages, but we can't help but be excited. And perhaps the »

- Kelly Woo

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HBO Comments On "Deadwood" Film Claims

13 August 2015 2:11 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Social media comments earlier today led to some excitement regarding the potential return of one of HBO's most iconic series - the western drama "Deadwood".

Actor Garret Dillahunt, who played Jack McCall in the show's first season and Francis Wolcott in the second, sent out some tweets suggesting the long in the works but unlikely film continuation of the series had suddenly seen some movement after years of essentially nothing.

So uh....I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray

Garret Dillahunt (@garretdillahunt) August 13, 2015

Come on @HBO...you made @entouragemovie. Give the #Deadwood fans some closure. #Youcandoit.

Garret Dillahunt (@garretdillahunt) August 13, 2015

That wasn't all though. TV Line added that HBO is in negotiations with David Milch for a movie that will wrap up the story line. The report didn't say if the film would be a telemovie or a full on theatrical release.

HBO has now responded to Dillahunt's tweets, »

- Garth Franklin

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A Deadwood Movie Might Be in the Works: Report

12 August 2015 11:38 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

The rumor began with a tweet about rumors: Actor Garret Dillahunt, who played Deadwood's Francis Wolcott, said Wednesday night he was hearing murmurs that the series would finally return in the form of a movie. Not long after, the rumor became less rumor-y, when Entertainment Weekly confirmed that "'preliminary talks' have begun about turning the David Milch western series into a (small screen) movie." Deadline made it sound less likely, unfortunately: "In reference to Garret Dillahunt’s tweet regarding the rumored Deadwood movie, there have only been very preliminary conversations." But still possible. Those preliminary conversations are still conversations, so it looks like a little guilt trip could go a long way: Talk of Deadwood movies aren't entirely new. Nearly a decade ago, around the time the season was canceled (Rip), Milch had compromised by agreeing to two two-hour movies to wrap up the story, according to Deadline. That »

- Sean Fitz-Gerald

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Deadwood: HBO confirms talks over a movie

12 August 2015 11:24 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Could Deadwood be coming back from the, well, dead? HBO admits that there's been some fresh movie talk...

Left in limbo on its cancellation after three seasons, HBO's Deadwood is one of the finest shows to come out of the company in recent times. Since the show ended back in 2006, fans have regularly clamoured for some kind of closure for the series, and it may just be that those wishes are about to be answered.

HBO has confirmed that "very preliminary discussions" have taken place over the resurrection of the series, off the back of a report that sprung up on Wednesday about a possible Deadwood feature film. This came about when actor Garret Dillahunt, Francis Wilcott on the show, Tweeted that "I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie".

HBO has announced Deadwood movies before though, that ultimately came to nothing, so it's best not to hold your breath just yet on this one. »

- simonbrew

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‘Deadwood’ Could Return as a Movie, HBO Says

12 August 2015 10:48 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

HBO’s “Deadwood” was beloved but short-lived, spanning only three seasons from 2004 to 2006. However, the Western drama may be returning as a movie, according to the network responding to a tweet by actor Garret Dillahunt. “In reference to Garret Dillahunt’s tweet regarding the rumored Deadwood movie, there have only been very preliminary conversations,” an HBO spokesperson told TheWrap Wednesday. Also Read: 'Game of Thrones' Casts 'Deadwood's' Ian McShane for Season 6 The campaign to bring back the cult show that starred Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant plus an ensemble cast playing historical figures such as Seth Bullock, Al Swearengen, »

- Debbie Emery

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HBO In “Very Preliminary Conversations” Regarding ‘Deadwood’ Movie

12 August 2015 10:36 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The dream that Deadwood fans have dreamed since the HBO series’ somewhat surprising 2006 cancellation is not about to come true anytime soon. But there’s a slim chance it might eventually. Maybe. Earlier today, actor Garret Dillahunt, who played two characters on the show, prompted much talk with a series of tweets in which he claimed to have some knowledge that at long last, HBO might be revisiting the battle of wills between Seth Bullock and Al Swearengen. To wit: So… »

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HBO Confirms Early Talks of ‘Deadwood’ Movie

12 August 2015 9:52 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Is “Deadwood” about to return from the dead?

A spokesman for HBO confirmed to Variety that “very preliminary discussions” have been made to resurrect the Western series with a movie, though it’s unclear how serious the premium channel is about the pic.

Actor Garret Dillahunt, who played Francis Wilcott on the series that ran from 2004-06, ignited the chatter Wednesday when he tweeted: “So uh….I’m hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie.”

“Come on HBO,” he wrote. “You made the ‘Entourage’ movie. Give the #Deadwood fans some closure.”

Despite the overture, fans of the Emmy-winning drama know not to hop in the saddle just yet.

HBO previously announced two “Deadwood” movies when it officially cancelled the show in 2008, but nothing ever came of them. Creator David Milch was also said to be offered a shorter fourth season of the series but quickly rejected the idea.

Still, Hollywood »

- Stuart Oldham

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'Deadwood' Movie to Finally Wrap-Up HBO Series?

12 August 2015 9:26 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Nine years ago this month, HBO's hit series Deadwood aired its last episode after just three seasons on the air. Ever since then, fans have been clamoring for the show to return in some form, with series star Kim Dickens saying last year that Deadwood creator David Milch still wants to give the beloved Western series a proper ending. Earlier today, star Garret Dillahunt told his Twitter followers that he's heard rumors of a Deadwood movie. Here's what the actor had to say on his Twitter page.

"So uh....I'm hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray. Come on @HBO...you made @entouragemovie. Give the #Deadwood fans some closure. #Youcandoit."

TV Line also reports that HBO is actually in negotiations with David Milch for a movie that will wrap up the story line, though it is not stated whether or not this will be a movie that airs on HBO or in theaters, »

- MovieWeb

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