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Rob Leane Mar 20, 2017
In a change from the formula, The Flash will face a non-speedy big bad in season 4...
After season 1's The Reverse-Flash (Tom Cavanagh/Matt Letscher), season 2's Zoom (Tony Todd/Teddy Sears) and season 3's Savitar (voiced by Tobin Bell), the established formula of speedy season-long villains murdering Barry's loved ones is starting to wear a little thin, making this news very welcome indeed.
The scoop came from PaleyFest via The Hollywood Reporter. At the event, producer Andrew Kreisberg said this: "Next season, we're not going to have a speedster as the main bad guy". Simples.
"With Savitar, we know who he is, and we've been planning this for a while," Kreisberg added. "The first two seasons »
The Rock (1996)
The fate of San Francisco is at stake. There’s a missile filled with tiny glass orbs pointed at it, and all those glass orbs are full of glowing neon-green nerve gas. Nicolas Cage, playing a twitchy and sweaty FBI chemical-weapons expert, is working frantically to disarm it. Tony Todd, the guy who played Candyman in Candyman, is an elite rogue marine, stalking him. Todd puts down his gun and pulls out a huge Rambo-esque knife; he wants to have some fun with this one. Cage, practically vomiting word-salad: “Let’s talk music. Do you like the Elton John song ‘Rocket Man’?” Todd, snarling but acting as if this is a perfectly ...
- Tom Breihan
Tony Todd is one of those actors you’ll have no doubt seen (or heard) somewhere over the years, but among his most prominent roles is a recent stint on The Flash. As the voice of Zoom, he made the comic book villain a truly terrifying adversary for the Scarlet Speedster for an entire season. It seems that Marvel took notice of his work on the DC TV show, too, as we’re learning that had things turned out differently, the actor could have lent his voice to the McU.
During a recent interview, Todd revealed that he was actually cast as Dormammu in Doctor Strange before Marvel and director Scott Derrickson decided to go with their original choice: Benedict Cumberbatch. It was last year that we first heard that the Sorcerer Supreme himself provided Dormammu’s voice and mannerisms, but Marvel were clearly hedging their bets.
“I have to »
- Josh Wilding
Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange has one of the most inventive and clever final showdowns of any superhero movie in recent memory (and we’re going right into spoiler territory here). Rather than exchange blows or magic blasts with Dormammu, the demon who has been lurking behind the scenes for the bulk of the film, Benedict Cumberbatch‘s Dr. […]
- Jacob Hall
Tony Todd has played and voiced many villains over the years, with one of his most memorable performances coming during The Flash's second season. It was there that he took on the role of Zoom, but it has now been revealed that he came close to being Dormammu in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Interestingly, though, it wasn't as simple as him being replaced by Benedict Cumberbatch. In a recent interview with Comic Book Resources, he revealed that he was brought in by producers to record all of the villain's lines but only as an alternative after Cumberbatch had already done so! Unfortunately, despite all that work, Marvel Studios ultimately decided to go with their first choice. "I have to tell you about one recent disappointment. I almost did Doctor Strange. I went in to do a session to play Dormammu. Benedict had already recorded it but the producers wanted »
by Seth Metoyer,
#FromJennifer is the third installment of James Cullen Bressack's Jennifer franchise. It stars Tony Todd, Derek Mears and Danielle Taddei as the new Jennifer. Check out all the details below as well as the trailer for #FromJennifer.
From The Press Release
Horror icons Tony Todd (Candyman, the Final Destination series) and Derek Mears (Friday the 13th, Predators) join Aaron Abrams (Hannibal, Blindspot), Meghan Deanna Smith (Sharknado: Heart of Sharkness), Trae Ireland (13/13/13) and Danielle Taddei (Pretty Little Liars) in #FromJennifer, the latest feature film from writer/director Frank Merle (The Employer).
#FromJennifer follows a struggling actress named Jennifer as she tries to navigate the high-pressure world of social media stardom. When she gets dropped by her manager for not having a big enough social media following, Jennifer loses her grip on reality and sets out on a bizarre revenge plan, designed to be filmed and »
2016 was chock-full of big blockbuster releases, many of which either failed to make a sizable profit or were incredibly divisive among audiences. But out of the ashes rose a beautiful flower: the indie film. Yes, independent movies had a wonderful year, some even breaking per-theater records and making their way onto my favorites of 2016 list, which also includes a Denis Villeneuve film, a comic book series, collectibles, an excellent comprehensive horror documentary, and more.
Arrival: Denis Villeneuve's Arrival is a beautiful take on language and how communication (or the lack of proper communication) can either doom or ensure our survival as human beings on this planet. The way Villeneuve tells a story is the perfect fit for a film like Arrival because its focus is small but the ideas are big, much like his previous works, Enemy, Sicario, and Prisoners.
My hope is that the takeaway from Arrival »
- Tamika Jones
7 items from 2017
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