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As previously reported, "Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice" main stars: Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot took the Als Ice Bucket Challenge, which raises money for Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Now, the director ,Zack Snyder, got in on the mix, and also called out a couple of his pals to participate in it. They are: Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Carla Gugino, and Malin Akerman (video below). By the way, Zack was on the actual Batman v Superman set when he did it. Check it out,below. As for the movie, it stars: Henry Cavill as Superman/Clark Kent and Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, Diane Lane as Ma Kent, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, Ray Fisher as Cyborg ,and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter ,and Scoot McNairy. It hits theaters on March 25th,2016. »
Actor Bill Paxton is heading from the McCoy family patriarch of Kentucky to starring in The History Channel’s eight-hour television event series Texas Rising. Premiering Memorial Day 2015, the series will detail the Texas Revolution and the rise of the legendary Texas Rangers.
Two-time Oscar-nominated director Roland Joffé (The Killing Fields, The Mission) is directing with an all-star cast which includes Paxton, Brendan Fraser, Ray Liotta, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Olivier Martinez, Thomas Jane, Crispin Glover, Rhys Coiro, Jeremy Davies, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Christopher McDonald, Max Thieriot, Chad Michael Murray, Robert Knepper, Jeff Fahey, Rob Morrow and Kris Kristofferson.
In 1836, west of the Mississippi was considered the Wild West and the Texas frontier was viewed as hell on earth. Crushed from the outside by Mexican »
- Melissa Thompson
Not so long ago true family rivalry 'Hatfields & McCoys' won both ratings and Emmys for History Channel, which now reaches 98 million homes. So why not go back to the well, assemble another ensemble of ace character stars and revisit some juicy action-packed American history? Sure enough, the producer of 'Hatfield & McCoys," Leslie Greif, is returning with eight-hour mini-series "Texas Rising," about the Texas revolution and the rise of the Texas Rangers, scheduled to air on Memorial Day 2015. The cast is led by "Hatfields & McCoys" star Bill Paxton and also includes Brendan Fraser, Ray Liotta, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Olivier Martinez, Thomas Jane, Crispin Glover, Jeremy Davies, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Christopher McDonald, Max Thieriot, Robert Knepper, Jeff Fahey, and Kris Kristofferson. (Not too many women in this group.) The director is Roland Joffé, who recreated period history with »
- Anne Thompson
The eight-hour event series from exec producer Leslie Greif (“Hatfields and McCoys”) stars Bill Paxton as Texas legend Sam Houston and follows his fight for Texas’ independence against Mexican general Santa Anna. “The Killing Fields” helmer Roland Joffe directs. Greif’s previous series for History, the Paxton and Kevin Costner-starring “Hatfields and McCoys,” set ratings records for the channel.
“We’re ecstatic with what we’ve seen so far from production,” said Dirk Hoogstra, History and H2 exec VP and general manager. “I can’t think of a better way to kick off summer than with a big television event that’s sure to resonate with our fans.”
- Kevin Noonan
With production still underway on Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" in Detroit, more videos have surfaced from the set featuring car chases, star Ben Affleck and potentially a scene involving an appearance by Superman. There's also a few more rumors that have cropped up over the last few days.
First up, Movieweb suggests the character of Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) will be responsible for much of the city infrastructure damage we've see in the photos and videos so far. How exactly is the big question.
- Garth Franklin
Our weekly round-up of all the latest superhero news and talking points, including Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, DC Cinematic Universe, Gotham, The Flash, Arrow, Batman: Assault on Arkham, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Young Justice, Teen Titans Go!, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America 3, Black Panther, Daredevil, Deadpool, X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Fantastic Four, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Venom Carnage, Kick-Ass 3 and more….
Well, the big showdown between Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Captain America 3 is no more, with Warner Bros. blinking and shifting the release of BvS away from Marvel’s May 6th 2016 date to March 25th 2016 (a wise move, considering it will now face very little in the way of competition). The news was followed by the announcement that Warner Bros. has finally pulled the trigger on a DC Cinematic Universe by setting a further Nine »
- Gary Collinson
As long as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice continues to film exteriors in Detroit, bystanders with cell phone cameras will be there to capture at least some of the action. Today, we have three new videos, the longest of which shows director Zack Snyder prepping to shoot a car chase scene in the Motor City, with the following videos showing brief portions of that same chase. Check them out below, then read on for more details about who may have caused the destruction seen in previous set photos.
Warning: Spoiler Alert!
Earlier this week, a set video and numerous photos showed one of Ben Affleck's stand-ins rehearsing a scene where he saves a young girl from being crushed by a collapsing building, which was shot in the Corktown area of Detroit. Today, we have a video report from Click On Detroit, which includes random footage from outside of the set, »
Director Zack Snyder is currently filming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" in Detroit, where the props department was moving a bunch of paintings. One of those paintings is of an older man, who may be Thomas Wayne, the father of Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck). While we are just guessing that that's Thomas Wayne, there are plenty of clues to support that. The painting looks to be of some rich founder of a major company and the person strongly resembles actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who appeared in Snyder's "Watchmen." So did the director bring back Morgan to play Batman's father? Seems that way. Take a look at the painting below and let us know what you think. Photo: (click to enlarge) »
"Is The Comedian playing Batman's dad?" That's what many people are wondering after a possible set photo from Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice surfaced on Twitter last night. People have been posting a bunch pictures from the Michigan set of the Zack Snyder movie, and one of the most recent images to land online features a painting many think is of Thomas Wayne. If it is Thomas Wayne, he looks a hell of a lot like Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Some believe »
- Jesse Giroux
A new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice casting rumor has hit the web, and I’ve got to say it would be pretty great if it were true. New set photos have been leaking for the film left and right, and an eagle-eyed fan noticed something particularly interesting on Wednesday. Check out the image below…
It sure does look like Morgan, and if it is him, it looks like he’s playing the late Thomas Wayne. It’ll likely be more of a cameo than anything, and may not go beyond that portrait. But it would be a great nod to Zack Snyder’s Watchmen adaptation, and a fun Easter egg for fans. Also, Morgan was one of the names tossed about when casting for Batman was underway. He may not have landed the role, »
- James Garcia
New 'Batman V Superman' set photo reveals a painting that looks like Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Could he be, Thomas Wayne?! pic.twitter.com/w6rgvmzH8H. Superhero Report (@SuperheroReport) August 7, 2014 Spies have been all over the Michigan set for Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice, eager to catch a peek at any little snippet or detail for the recently rescheduled superhero mash-up. As such, each small piece of information has been analyzed and scrutinized beyond belief. Which is how we arrive at the photo above, which allegedly shows an interesting portrait being carried around.. Who is That handsome devil? Either Batman is good friends with Ron Burgundy's badass dad, or that's our first glimpse of Mr. Thomas Wayne. And, as noted, he does look quite a bit like Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who last worked with director Zack Snyder on Watchmen. If we're talking about similar facial structure to Ben Affleck, »
Exclusive: After 26 years on his own, manager/producer Craig Baumgarten is becoming a partner at Link, the management and production company formerly known as Kritzer Levine Wilkins Griffin Nilon Entertainment. He becomes the sixth partner in the firm along with Brian Wilkins, Ben Levine, Erik Kritzer, Adam Griffin and Mike Nilon. He moved into the new office over the weekend, and his first day on the job is today. Baumgarten brings with him clients Roland Joffe who is currently directing History Channel’s mini-series Texas Rising starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Brendan Fraiser, showrunner and director Ted Kotcheff (Law And Order […] »
The Last Of Us wowed gamers worldwide when it was first released last June for the PS3, impressing with its tense, bleak tone and cinematic narrative. Now, a feature film adaptation in the works over at Screen Gems, with Evil Dead filmmaker Sam Raimi producing and the game’s creative director/screenwriter Neil Druckmann involved, and there’s no bigger question on fans’ minds than which actors will take on the lead roles of Joel and Ellie, two survivors who band together to survive while travelling across the dangerous, post-apocalyptic ruins of the United States.
Today, at Comic-Con, Druckmann revealed that, though no one has been cast just yet, Maisie Williams, the young actress who plays Arya Stark on HBO’s Game of Thrones, is in talks to take on the role of teenage Ellie. Williams has been a fan favorite choice for a while, and news that Druckmann and »
- Isaac Feldberg
Actor Johnathon Schaech is certainly on a roll in his career, with interesting and intriguing projects in a variety of genres. After a pivotal and integral role on Season 1 of the hit Showtime drama series Ray Donovan, and a memorable performance as the often villainous Castor on The CW’s Star-Crossed, he has since gone on to play Colonel Sidney Sherman in the History Channel mini-series Texas Rising, about the Texas Revolution against Mexico and starring Bill Paxton, Ray Liotta, Brendan Fraser and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, among others, which will premiere in 2015. On top of that, he recently finished the Bruce Willis sci-fi/action film Vice, about a resort that offers its wealthy clients a chance to live out their fantasies until it suffers a mishap that causes one of its staff members to seek out revenge. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actor Johnathon Schaech talked about working »
- Christina Radish
HBO is adapting Broadway play All the Way as a movie. Bryan Cranston, who won a Tony for his portrayal as President Lyndon Johnson, will reprise his role. The story follow Johnson in the year after Kennedy‘s assassination.
Dermot Mulroney has signed up for a story arc on Shameless as Fiona‘s latest suitor. While he’ll play a new character, TVLine describes him as basically replacing the character that was played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Former Daily Show showrunner Rory Albanese — who worked on the show for 14 years — is returning to Comedy Central’s late night lineup. He’ll be in charge of the upcoming Minority Report, the show that will replace The Colbert Report. That sounds like a pretty promising sign.
The Daily Beast says that Barbara Walters was “enthusiastic” about »
- Lyle Masaki
Is Shameless‘ Fiona Gallagher angling to be the next Bachelorette?
Mulroney, who was last seen on NBC’s ill-fated Crisis, will recur as “ex-bad boy and recovering addict” Sean Pierce, Fiona’s manager at Patsy’s Pies — where she began working in the Season 4 finale. Throughout the season-long arc, Sean will take an interest in Fiona »
Dylan McDermott is coming to "Shameless"! Wait, that's not right. Derbel McDillett is coming to "Shameless"! Also not right. Dermot Mulroney is coming to "Shameless!" That's the one. The frequently-confused-for-McDermott actor will be joining the fifth season of Showtime's acclaimed series, playing "ex-bad boy and recovering addict Sean Pierce," who will be the new manager at the diner diner where Emmy Rossum's Fiona got a job at in last season's finale. Though it will be a new character, he's essentially filling the slot of Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who was introduced in that exact capacity (and with that history) in the season 4 finale. It's a shame Morgan couldn't stick around, given how good he was in that episode (and how refreshing it was to see him in full character actor mode for the first time in a while), but I suppose the same diner can't employ two different ex-bad boy recovering addicts in managerial capacities. »
- Alan Sepinwall
Very well received in its Cannes premiere, Kristian Levring's Mads Mikkelsen starring western The Salvation is gearing up for its release in French cinemas which can only mean one thing: A new trailer.Mads Mikkelsen plays John, a former soldier and immigrant from Scandinavia who has come to the American West in search of a new life for him, his wife and child. But when he kills the man who killed his family, it raises the anger and revenge of the murderer's brother Delarue (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). When John seeks the help of locals, he instead finds that in their cowardice they would rather hand him over to Delarue, and so John must become violent himself in order to survive.Given the advance buzz from Cannes and...
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While horror is dominating Television these days in everything from Hannibal, Penny Dreadful, and Bates Motel already airing, the upcoming series of Del Toro’s The Strain set to debut soon and god knows how many other shows being developed as I write this, I often ask myself: “Wouldn’t it be nice if this or that would be made into a series?”. With it being abundantly clear that execs are taking the turning of popular films and franchises into decent or downright awesome series (Anybody see Fargo? Wow), there are a handful of books and/or films that I think warrant a solid weekly, if not limited series run on TV. One example is the 1995 film adaption of my favorite Dean Koontz book of all time, his 1992 novel, Hideaway.
- Jerry Smith
What happens when you put together Mads Mikkelsen and Eva Green in a western? Well, you capture our attention, that's for sure. And while our Jessica Kiang didn't quite fall for "The Salvation" at Cannes—calling it in her review a genre movie that's "so faithful as to veer dangerously close to pastiche"—it's still got enough intriguing ingredients to make it one the rest of us will catch up with anyway, if only to see Mikkelsen playing cowboy. Co-starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Jonathan Pryce, Eric Cantona and Mikael Persbrandt, and directed by Kristian Levring, the film follows a mild-mannered settler, new to America, who's out for blood when a gang leader murders his wife and child. And these six new clips from the movie are extensive and perhaps spoilery, going deep into the movie, and circling around what seems to be some pretty major plot points. So fair warning. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
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