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If there's one person on Revenge who can turn Emily Thorne's world upside down, it's the return of her thought-to-be-dead father. When David Clarke moves into the Hamptons full-time this fall, Emily will be shaken to her core.
For three seasons, Emily (Emily VanCamp) has stopped at nothing to take down anyone involved in the wrongful imprisonment of her late father (James Tupper). Her mission had finally reached ultimate success by the end of the Season 3 with Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny) implicated in the crimes and his estranged wife Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) locked up in the looney bin. But, as viewers watched in the final minutes of the hour, David Clarke appeared very much alive taking revenge in his own hands by killing Conrad.
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- Robyn Ross
According to a new report from TV Line, the Revenge season 4 folks have decided to upgrade actor, James Tupper aka David Clarke (left), to a season regular, so expect to see more screentime from him this season. The last time we saw him, he was busy stabbing the shit out of Conrad Grayson, and leaving him for dead. He's been a recurring fixture over the course of the show's 3 seasons in flashbacks as he was presumed to be dead. Additionally, showrunner, Sunil Nayar, delivered some new spoiler scoopage with the following statement: "Victoria and Emily are both going to have to reckon with what they’ve done in his name over the last 20 years, and then they’ll have to reckon with, “Well, who is this man? It’s fun because, for the first time, the audience knows something that none of the people on the show do. The audience »
“Revenge” season three ended with a high body count and one hell of a twist (Spoiler Alert if you haven’t yet watched); the vicious Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) was committed to a psychiatric institution after murdering Emily’s (Emily VanCamp) lover, Aiden (Barry Sloane), and discovering our heroine’s secret identity, while nefarious husband Conrad (Henry Czerny) was stabbed by a vengeful — and very much alive — David Clarke (James Tupper).
Where will the labyrinthine ABC drama go from here? Star Nick Wechsler (who plays Emily’s childhood sweetheart Jack Porter) and executive producers Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts were on hand at the Atx Television Festival to discuss the show’s game-changing finale and what’s ahead in season four.
The producers wasted no time in addressing the show’s daddy issues — predicting the impact David’s unexpected return will have on his daughter: “How it changes the series moving »
- Laura Prudom
Revenge is adding a familiar face to its full-time cast, and, if you have yet to cue up the Season 3 finale on your DVR, you should head to another corner of TVLine now.
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Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that James Tupper — whose presumed-dead character, David Clarke, turned up alive, well and wielding a knife in last month’s closer — will return in Season 4 as a full-fledged series regular.
Tupper has recurred throughout Revenge‘s three-year run, but his appearances have been confined to flashbacks (on account of his alter ego being dead »
In prison, Conrad (Henry Czerny) is being accused of Pascal’s murder and the judge receives a file with enough evidence against Conrad to re-open the David Clarke (James Tupper) case. It works, and David Clarke is cleared of all charges, while Conrad faces a lifetime of abuse behind bars.
Victoria Murders Aiden
In an effort to implicate Victoria (Madeleine Stowe) in the conspiracy that doomed her father, Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Aiden (Barry Sloane) agree that Aiden will approach Michelle (Amy Landecker), the psychologist who sent Amanda Clarke to juvie before she became Emily Thorne. Michelle is the only person who can connect Victoria to the crime, and Emily is hoping they can get her to turn on Victoria. Victoria anticipates their visit and poisons his tea, paralyzing him. »
Revenge's showrunner Sunil Nayar wants to take a moment to explain the shocking twist in Sunday night's season three finale. No, not that one … Not that one either. The other one. Caution, spoilers ahead! "For the first time we wanted the audience to know a little bit more than anybody in the show does," Nayar tells People of the return of the character of David Clarke (James Tupper), whose supposed death was a motivating factor in his daughter's mission for revenge. "I'm interested to see how polarizing his reveal is to the audience, because I know there are people »
- Patrick Gomez
Revenge is back, baby! Remember way back in season one of the ABC soap, when every single episode felt like a finale and you and your friends and family couldn't stop gushing about the show's twists and turns? Well, Revenge returned to that season one glory with its season three finale, with two major deaths, including an original cast member, and the father of all twists. Warning, spoilers ahead! Not only did Aiden (Barry Sloane) die at the hands (or pillow) of a revenge-seeking Victoria (Madeleine Stowe), who found herself institutionalized by finale's end, but Conrad (Henry Czerny) also bit the dust. And his murderer? David Clarke (James Tupper)! Yes, Emily's (Emily VanCamp) father is alive and and »
Is Emily Thorne close to getting what she set out to do three seasons ago? In last week's episode of Revenge, Emily (Emily VanCamp) -- who's been working to avenge the death of her father, David Clarke (James Tupper) -- was revealed to be the person who kidnapped Charlotte (Christa B. Allen). After Jack (Nick Wechsler) let Charlotte go, she unwittingly played a key role in getting her father, Conrad Grayson (Henry Czerny), to confess his role in the terrorist bombing (which he had pinned on David years earlier) on live TV. Visiting Conrad in jail, Emily told him that she was
- Kimberly Nordyke
Recently, ABC dished out the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Resurrection" season finale episode 8 of season 1. The episode is entitled, "Tom Apart," and it sounds like things will get pretty damn intense and interesting as unnatural forces start to overcome little Arcadia, and more! In the new,8th finale episode press release: Arcadia is going to get overcome by both physical and unnatural forces. Press release number 2: The town of Arcadia will be in a state of chaos when the return of the deceased reaches a critical mass. Bellamy is going to have no other choice than to ask for outside aid which will backfire when Sheriff Fred steps in with his own agenda, triggering a siege on the town that no one saw coming. Guest stars will feature: James Tupper as Dr. Eric Ward, Kathleen Munroe as Rachael Braidwood, Veronica Cartwright as Helen Edgerton, Kevin Sizemore as Gary Humphrey, »
This week’s Resurrection was very interesting as we saw the characters possibly get one step closer to understanding this phenomenon. We were introduced to Dr. Eric Ward, played by James Tupper, who comes to Arcadia after Maggie consulted with him for some guidance. Although he works for the National Institute of Health, he swears he’s [&hellip
Resurrection 1.06 Review: “Home” »
Recently, ABC released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Resurrection" episode 6 of season 1. The episode is entitled, "Home," and it sounds like things will get very interesting as Maggie stirs up drama by seeking outside help for the dead people mysteries that are taking place, and more. In the new,6th episode press release: Maggie is going to turn to a man from her past for help ,and tensions will build in Arcadia over the returned. Press release number 2: Maggie will turn to a man from her past, Dr. Eric Ward (guest star James Tupper), now working for the Nih, for answers to Arcadia’s mystery. She is going to insist Ward is there as a friend, but Bellamy will be suspicious of any outsiders. Rachael’s (guest star Kathleen Munroe) secret will fall into the wrong hands. In the wake of recent events, Pastor Tom and »
From the psychopathic, Christopher Lambert-bothering Kurgan in Highlander to tyrannical prison warden Byran Hadley in The Shawshank Redemption through to new recruit-maiming drill sergeant Zim in Starship Troopers, it's safe to say that I am one of the many movie fans who have more than just a handful of favourite Clancy Brown roles.
Brown joins an impressive cast that includes Anne Heche and James Tupper for Nothing Left To Fear, the first horror film to come from former Guns 'N' Roses guitarist Slash's production company 'Slasher Films'. Akin to Seventies horror classics The Wicker Man and Rosemary's Baby, Anthony Leonardi III's debut feature channels fears of the occult, secret societies and the supernatural with a modern twist.
We snapped up the chance to get the first word from Clancy himself on his latest role as the ominous Pastor Kingsman, head of a mysterious Baptist church »
- Aaron Williams
Director: Anthony Leonardi III,
Running Time: 100 Minutes
Nothling Left To Fear boasts Slash, of Guns ‘N’ Roses fame, as one of its producers, but this seems to be the most exciting part about this fairly solid yet run of the mill horror. A pastor (Tupper) and his family move to a new town to relieve the current pastor (Brown) of his duties. The religious and waelcoming community isn’t all it appears to be though, and the family may very well be in great danger.
The story sounds very familiar, but at least it also removes a lot of the formulaic nonsense from its script, making it a much tighter affair. You would imagine the kids object to the move as well as bickering a lot, with a teenage rebel of a daughter and the like, »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
Nothing Left to Fear is the first terrific terror tale from Slasher Films (founded by Guns N’ Roses rock legend/horror nut Slash), directed by Gore Verbinski’s visionary protégé Anthony Leonardi III. The film stars James Tupper and Anne Heche as the new pastor and his wife who arrive in Stull, Kansas, with their three kids hoping for an idyllic country life. At first the town and its people look like being the answer to their prayers, but then the supposedly retiring pastor Clancy Brown puts into motion an ancient ritual that unleashes a demonic fury. For Stull is one of the seven gateways to Hell and its inhabitants must quell the Beast who rises to walk the Earth at all bloody costs.
- Phil Wheat
14 items from 2014
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