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With the release of The Tunnel, it had a big job to do. Being the remake of The Bridge, it had to make it out of the Nordic Noir show’s shadow. With the first season it arguable managed to do this, but can it do it again with The Tunnel: Sabotage?
The Tunnel: Sabotage brings together the team of Elise Wassermann (Clémence Poésy) and Karl Roebuck (Stephen Dillane) as they investigate the disappearance of a husband and wife in the Channel Tunnel which leaves a small child abandoned. When a plane travelling from Paris to the UK is seemingly brought down by remote control hacking though, they find themselves pulled into an even darker case which will put them even more danger.
- Paul Metcalf
Fear the Walking Dead's Frank Dillane was arrested for battery over the weekend after he allegedly got into a physical altercation with a security guard in Los Angeles, People reports. The actor was at the CBS lot around 9:30 at night, according to Lapd Officer Jenny Houser, when he attempted to walk past a security checkpoint. TMZ claims that one security guard detained the actor with a citizen's arrest and he was subsequently booked for battery once the Lapd arrived at the scene of the disturbance. The 25-year-old actor is the son of Game of Thrones' Stephen Dillane and has been in many films such as Harry Potter & the Half-Blood Prince, where he played the young Tom Riddle, and In the »
Frank Dillane was arrested for battery on Sunday following a physical altercation with a studio security guard at the CBS lot in Los Angeles, People has confirmed. The Fear the Walking Dead actor was taken off the premises at 9:30 p.m., according to Lapd Officer Jenny Houser. It's unknown why Dillane - who is the son of Game of Thrones alum Stephen Dillane - was trying to get on the lot. The 25-year-old actor, who currently portrays recovering drug addict Nick Clark on the hit AMC spin-off, has also appeared in films In the Heart of the Sea and »
- Brittany King, @brrriitttnnii
[caption id="attachment_48548" align="aligncenter" width="590"] The Tunnel TV series on PBS. Clemence Poesy (Elise Wassermann) and Stephen Dillane (Karl Roebuck). ©Sky Atlantic/Justin Downing.[/caption]
Below, watch a teaser of the British-French crime drama, The Tunnel, inspired by Danish series, The Bridge. When a body is found in the Channel Tunnel (i.e. "The Chunnel") between England and France, mystery and intrigue follow. The Tunnel TV show premieres on PBS Sunday, June 19, 2016 at 10:30pm Et. The first season finale of The Tunnel is scheduled for August 21st.
PBS says, "When a French politician’s body is found on the border between the UK and France, detectives Karl Roebuck (Stephen Dillane) and Elise Wassermann (Clémence Poésy) investigate on behalf of their respective countries. A serial killer uses elaborate methods to highlight the moral bankruptcy of modern society." The Tunnel cast also includes: Angel Coulby, James Frain, Joseph Mawle, Keeley »
In the nine long months that spanned between the Season 5 finale and last night's Season 6 premiere of Game of Thrones, countless theories and rumors spread throughout the Internet that covered everything from the fates of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane), to the return of Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) and much more. Just a few weeks ago, HBO finally revealed the title of the Season 6 premiere, The Red Woman, an obvious reference to Melisandre (Carice Van Houten). Now we finally know why the episode was entitled The Red Woman, with the final moments revealing a shocking twist, which director Jeremy Podeswa and actress Carice Van Houten speak about in a new interview. Be warned, if you didn't watch The Red Woman last night, there will be massive Spoilers below.
We last saw Melisandre towards the end of the Season 5 premiere, as she was returning to Castle Black, »
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from the season-six premiere of HBO's Game of Thrones.] Melisandre (Carice van Houten) might have backed the wrong horse in the late Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane). Her predictions about Jon Snow (Kit Harington) battling at Winterfell might not have been accurate. But if anyone ever questioned the Red Priestess of Asshai's magical powers, the season-six premiere of Game of Thrones put those doubts to bed. The premiere, titled "The Red Woman," picks up the pieces from countless season-five cliffhangers, including the fates of Lord Commander Snow, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), her
- Josh Wigler
Yesterday, HBO released a final trailer for Season 6 of Game of Thrones, which proclaimed that "the wait is over." Technically speaking, we still have four days left until the April 24 season premiere, but still, it seems like an eternity has passed since the Season 5 finale last June, which many consider to be both the darkest and most controversial season yet. As the countdown continues towards the season premiere, The Red Woman, writer-producer Bryan Cogman shed some light about what fans can expect from this long-awaited season.
The Season 5 finale brought the death of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and the not-so-beloved Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane), along with Cersei's (Lena Headey) embarrassing walk of shame through King's Landing, Sansa's escape from Winterfell and much more. We have seen a few trailers for Season 6 thus far, but the larger story points for this season have been kept under lock and key. Entertainment Weekly »
While there still isn't much we know about Season 6 of Game of Thrones, the return of several characters has already been confirmed. After sitting out all of Season 5, Isaac Hempstead-Wright is back as Bran Stark, with other characters such as Yara Greyjoy (Gemma Whelan) set to return after lengthy hiatuses. Today we have word that a character fans haven't seen for many seasons is coming back, while series star Liam Cunningham revealed in an interview with IGN that a character from George R.R. Martin's books will debut in Game of Thrones Season 6. There will be potential Spoilers below, so read on at your own risk.
Earlier this month, the new Game of Thrones trailer showed Liam Cunningham's Davos Seaworth issuing a stern warning to an unseen character that the "dead are coming." Davos reveals that the real war in Westeros this season will be between the living and the dead, »
In just 12 short days, Game of Thrones will finally return with the Season 6 premiere The Red Woman, airing Sunday, April 24 at 9 Pm Et on HBO. Fans have been clamoring for new details ever since Season 5 ended in quite the shocking fashion, with the deaths of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane), not to mention the blinding of Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Theon Greyjoy's (Alfie Allen) daring escape from Winterfell, and much more. Today we have new interviews from TV Line and Entertainment Weekly, which shed light on the plights of Arya, Sansa and Finn Jones' Loras Tyrell.
As for Arya, she was blinded by her mentor Jaquen H'gar in the Season 5 finale, after she crossed off one of the names on her infamous list, killing Meryn Trant (Ian Beattie). Although his life wasn't hers to take. The new trailer that debuted »
One of the biggest theories to spring out of the Game of Thrones' Season 5 finale, Mothers Mercy, was that the Red Priestess, a.k.a. Melisandre (Carice van Houten), may be able to use her supernatural powers to resurrect both Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and her leader Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane). It doesn't seem like that will happen, though, with the new trailer that surfaced last month featuring Melisandre telling Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham) that the "great victory" she saw in the fire was all a lie. Entertainment Weekly caught up with Carice van Houten, who teased that fans will see a much different side of Melisandre in Season 6.
"The arc of my character is finally going into a different direction. It's changing and I really like it. We see her from a really different side of her now. We see somebody whose whole belief system is tumbling down. »
With just 17 days left until Season 6 of Game of Thrones debuts, the veil of secrecy swirling around the show is starting to lift. Entertainment Weekly reports that HBO has finally released the title for the Season 6 premiere, "The Red Woman", along with a brief description for the episode, which once again confirms that Jon Snow (Kit Harington) is in fact dead. Take a look at the brief plot description for "The Red Woman" below.
"Jon Snow is dead. Daenerys meets a strong man. Cersei sees her daughter again."
Of course, this brief description makes no mention of "The Red Woman" herself, Melissandre (Carice van Houten). We last saw Melissandre in the Season 5 finale, returning to Castle Black after both Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) and Jon Snow had been killed. We also saw her briefly in the trailer for this new season, telling Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham) that the "great victory »
The controversy swirling around last year's Season 5 finale of Game of Thrones was largely focused on the death of Kit Harington's Jon Snow, but there were several other burning questions fans wanted answers to. One of these questions centered on Gwendoline Christie's Brienne of Tarth, and how she would respond to the news of Sansa Stark's (Sophie Turner) escaping Winterfell, after Brienne missed her distress signal. Entertainment Weekly recently caught up with Gwendoline Christie, who spoke about fans' reactions to Brienne's failure, while teasing that she will "burst forth" in Season 6.
"After Season 5, people would come up on the street moaning about why wasn't Brienne doing more. I'd say, 'I'm terribly sorry, I'm not really in charge of that.' I got the scripts for Season 6 and I thought the story was so fantastic. It's really exciting to see Brienne burst forth again."
Ever since her debut on the show, »
Over the past few days, Entertainment Weekly has been teasing plenty of new details about the secretive Season 6 of HBO's Game of Thrones, set to debut on Sunday, April 24 at 9 Pm Et. While we'll surely have plenty of more tidbits from this issue tomorrow when it debuts on newsstands, the publication has revealed its collectible magazine covers today, featuring six of the show's female stars. The covers feature Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) and Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell), all of whom play pivotal roles this season, according to HBO programming president Michael Lombardo.
"The women are rocking this season - and I'm not just saying that because they're on your cover. Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) always does, but also Brienne (Gwendoline Christie), Arya (Maisie Williams), Sansa (Sophie Turner), Cersei (Lena Headey), Margaery (Natalie Dormer), and other characters too, »
After months of waiting, Game of Thrones fans finally got to see the first footage from Season 6 in the form of a new trailer that debuted last week. The footage seemingly confirmed that Jon Snow (Kit Harington) is in fact dead, and it sounds like many more deaths are on the horizon. TV Line managed to catch up with Liam Cunningham, who wouldn't offer too many specifics about these upcoming episodes, but he did tease that a surprising amount of characters will be killed off, along with the show's "bizarre new philosophy."
"When I was reading these scripts, there's a certain kind of bizarre new philosophy to what they're doing. It's different this year. There's some very different stuff. There's quite a few new people. There's quite a few people going this year - as there is every year, to be fair. I'm not speaking out of shop when I say that. »
From Day One, Game of Thrones has had both a huge fan base, and its fair share of detractors, who spoke out about the show's controversial themes such as incestual relationships, along with the rape of several characters, graphic nudity and the brutal violence featured in the series. As fans get ready for Season 6, debuting Sunday, April 24 at 9 Pm Et on HBO, there has been very little we know about the new season, since the show has caught up with the George R.R. Martin books. But there's one character we know won't be returning, Stephen Dillane's Stannis Baratheon, who was killed by Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) in the Season 5 finale Mother's Mercy. The actor revealed in an interview with Liberation that he was never really interested in the show to begin with.
"I don't regret doing Game of Thrones, but I have nothing to say about it. I »
If you want to win the "Game of Thrones," you don't play nice. The best way is to be as funny as Tyrion Lannister, as foul-mouthed as The Hound, and as badass as Arya Stark. So Ian McShane can spoil whatever he bloody hell wants about the show he'll be on for one episode in Season 6 -- he just won the whole game with "tits and dragons." Come on, it's gold!
McShane basically spoiled his role in a series of interviews, spelling out that he brings back a character who was thought to have died. Here's what the "Deadwood" alum told BBC Breakfast:
"My character is an ex-warrior who's become a peacenik. So I have this group of peaceful...it's like a cult, peaceful tribe... who have brought back...I bring back this beloved character that everyone thinks is dead. So, I'll leave it at that."
Some fans (especially book »
- Gina Carbone
Asked about rumors that he's playing a character called the Elder Brother in the upcoming sixth season of HBO's fantasy drama "Game of Thrones," actor Ian McShane gave the perfect response to The Telegraph:
"You say the slightest thing and the internet goes ape. I was accused of giving the plot away, but I just think get a f--ing life. It's only t-ts and dragons."
The quote comes as part of a great interview with the "Deadwood" alum who spoke about his past history such as his time at acting school: "I'd spent most of my time there chasing girls. Being straight when so many of the actors were gay was great." He also spoke about his reasons for signing on for a one-episode guest starring stint in 'Thrones':
"They asked me if I wanted to do Game of Thrones and I said, 'Sure, I'll be able to see my »
- Garth Franklin
Game of Thrones is a dark show that isn’t afraid to take its audience on a ride to hell. But what happens though when it reaches one of its darkest points and maybe takes them a little too far..? You get Game of Thrones: The Complete Fifth Season.
The ever complex game of claiming the Iron Throne continues with Jon Snow (Kit Harington) in the north battling to complex politics between the Crows and the Wildings. At King’s Landing Cersei (Lena Headey) makes the mistake of trying to manipulate religious fanaticism in her obsession to not lose face against the younger queen Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer). Over the sea Daenerys still struggles to control both her dragons and the people, and Arya Stark has finally found her faceless man, Jaqen H’ghar (Tom Wlaschiha).
While there are many other plot strands than I mentioned above, these are »
- Paul Metcalf
To celebrate the release of Murder: The Complete Series, available on DVD from 21 March 2016, we have 5 copies to give away courtesy of Rlj Entertainment’s Acorn Label.
The stories dig deep into character and motive to unearth the hidden truths behind the riverside killing of a Scottish doctor; the disappearance of a wealthy philanthropist from her lover’s home and the cold-blooded murder of an off-duty policeman.
The films star a stellar cast including Peter Bowles (To The Manor Born), Morven Christie (Twenty Twelve), Jessica Barden (The Lobster), Karla Crome (Misfits), Joe Dempsie (Skins), Stephen Dillane (The Tunnel), Robert Pugh (Justice), Lauren Socha (Misfits) and Anne-Marie Duff (Shameless).
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- Laura Holmes
Ian McShane caused a bit of a stir earlier this month when he dropped a spoiler about his character in the upcoming sixth season of Game of Thrones, and the British actor has now addressed the reaction to his comments in an interview with The Telegraph.
“You say the slightest thing and the internet goes ape. I was accused of giving the plot away, but I just think get a fucking life. It’s only tits and dragons.”
See Also: Watch the red band trailer for Game of Thrones season 6
And just to reinforce that he really doesn’t care about spoilers, McShane went on to let another slip when he talked about his casting in the show:
- Gary Collinson
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