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The Strain: New Horizons Review The Strain, season 4, episode 4, ‘New Horizons,’ got things rolling, for threads that were starting to settle in. Gus (Miguel Gomez) got goosed – forcing his crew to re-qualify itself, as the premier black market operation; the Empire struck back, at Ephraim (Corey Stoll) & his Urchins; and Dutch (Ruta Gedmintas) [...]
- Sam Joseph
This year marked the end of The Strain's annual visits to Comic-Con, as the series is currently in its fourth and final season on FX. The cast and crew gathered in San Diego to discuss what's to come in the final episodes, and if you couldn't make it to Comic-Con this summer, you can watch the panel online now.
We want to give a huge thanks to Clevver News for their video coverage of The Strain panel, which you can watch below.
"The Strain is FX’s high concept thriller that tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, former head of the Center for Disease Control, Canary Team in New York City. After he and his team were called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism, Eph and an assembly of everyday New Yorkers waged war for the fate of humanity itself. »
- Derek Anderson
Woody Allen officially revealed the cast of his new untitled feature film starring Timothée Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name), Elle Fanning (The Beguiled), and Selena Gomez (Spring Breakers). The film has already secured theatrical distribution through Amazon Studios. No production schedule or release date have been given for this new project. This will be the director's fourth time working with Amazon Studios since 2016.
Last year marked Allen's first collaboration with Amazon Studios, which acquired and released Café Society, which starred Jesse Eisenberg, Kristen Stewart, Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Corey Stoll and Anna Camp. Amazon Studios financed and distributed the filmmaker's first foray into television, Crisis in Six Scenes, which the filmmaker also starred in alongside Miley Cyrus, Elaine May, Rachel Brosnahan, John Magaro, Lewis Black, Max Casella and Joy Behar. The filmmaker's third collaboration with Amazon Studios is his latest feature film, Wonder Wheel
Allen's latest completed theatrical »
The Strain: New Horizons: Trailer FX’s The Strain ‘New Horizons’ TV show trailer stars Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Richard Sammel, Kevin Durand, Rupert Penry-Jones, Miguel Gomez, Ruta Gedmintas, Natalie Brown, Max Charles, and Jonathan Hyde. Guest stars include Angel Parker, Michael Reventar, Jamie Hector, and Cas Anvar. A fairly deranged, and certainly dangerous game of tit-for-tat has been initiated, by [...]
- Sam Joseph
The Strain: The Blood Tax Review The Strain, season 4, episode 2, ‘The Blood Tax’ showed us how the other other half was living, in the Master’s post-apocalyptic paradise, to set up this closing season. With Quinlan & Fet clear of the urban occupation zones, occupation survival originally focused on Ephraim’s (Corey Stoll) new Philly stomping grounds, while [...]
Continue reading: TV Review: The Strain: Season 4, Episode 2: The Blood Tax [FX] »
- Sam Joseph
With a rosy nuclear winter turning daylight to permanent dusk, munchers walking the streets and Eldritch Palmer possessed things could be better. Manhattan is cloaked in a doom and gloom which extends beyond a lack of food, adequate sanitation and makeshift rationing centre. Humanity is dwelling on the aftermath of a battle waged, people sacrificed and middle ground taken. It is an uneasy alliance which exists as humans are subtlety taken, farmed for blood or savaged for sport in plain sight. This is the new reality Ephraim Goodweather must adapt to or die.
With our heroes split asunder and surviving day to day The Strain shares the screen time between Eichorst , Palmer, Fet and Quinlan while Goodweather skirts the periphery. Corey Stoll continues to be the morally flexible centre of this thriller, illustrating a resourceful side which we have seen grow since season one. »
- Amie Cranswick
Vulture Watch Can we defeat the Master? Has The Strain TV show been cancelled or renewed for a fifth season on FX? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Strain, season five. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? An FX vampire horror drama based on the novel trilogy by by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, The Strain stars Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Jonathan Hyde, Kevin Durand, Ruta Gedmintas, Miguel Gomez, Richard Sammel, Max Charles, and Rupert Penry-Jones. Season four kicks off, nine months after the end of the third season. The strigoi are now controlling a world that has plunged into darkness. While the Master works to end »
Fans don't have to worry that FX will cancel The Strain TV show, but only because in September of 2016, the cable network announced the last renewal was for a fourth and final season. Although the show is ending, we're still tracking the ratings because it's fun, and because it gives us a benchmark for the performance of other FX TV series. So while we don't have to wonder if The Strain will be cancelled or renewed for season five, stay tuned. Based on the novel trilogy by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, The Strain is a vampire horror drama starring Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Jonathan Hyde, Kevin Durand, Ruta Gedmintas, Miguel Gomez, Richard Sammel, Max Charles, and Rupert Penry-Jones. Season four kicks off on FX, nine months after the end of the third season. The strigoi are now controlling a world »
The Strain: The Blood Tax: Trailer FX’s The Strain ‘The Blood Tax’ TV show trailer stars Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Richard Sammel, Kevin Durand, Rupert Penry-Jones, Miguel Gomez, Ruta Gedmintas, Natalie Brown, Max Charles, and Jonathan Hyde. Guest stars include Rhona Mitra, Jamie Hector, Thomas Darya, Lauren Collins, Chandler Loryn, Angel Parker, Jonathan Malen, Nicki Whitely, Lisa Ryder, Evan Stern, Helen Taylor, and Michael Reventar. For anyone who [...]
Continue reading: The Strain: Season 4, Episode 2: The Blood Tax: TV Show Trailer [FX] »
- Sam Joseph
With all this talk of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers 4, Black Panther, and even Captain Marvel, it's easy to forget about Ant-Man and the Wasp, due out July 6, 2018, between the two Avengers titles. Which is a shame, because the first Ant-Man is a fantastic film, and though it gets harder and harder to rank these Marvel Cinematic Universe films with each release, I'd consider it among my favorites. Ant-Man used the heist genre in a killer way and and made the most of its astonishing cast including Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Corey Stoll, and, of course, the surprisingly hilarious Michael Pena.
To be fair, little is known about Ant-Man and the Wasp. Peyton Reed is returning to helm the film, and Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly are confirmed to return, as you can't make Ant-Man and the Wasp without, well, Ant-Man and the Wasp. Michael Douglas and »
- Nick Doll
The strigoi are coming to San Diego, as FX has announced a Comi-Con panel for The Strain's fourth and final season (premiering on July 16th), with the network's series Legion also being featured on the panel schedule.
According to multiple sources, including EW, The Strain Season 4 Comi-Con panel will take place on Thursday, June 20th from 3:45pm–4:45pm in Ballroom 20. New footage will be featured at the event, along with showrunner Carlton Cuse, executive producer Chuck Hogan (who also co-wrote the novels upon which the series is based), and cast members Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Kevin Durand, Ruta Gedmintas, Miguel Gomez, Richard Sammel, and Max Charles. The Strain
Taking place right after The Strain panel will be the Legion panel, featuring showrunner Noah Hawley, executive producers John Cameron, Lauren Shuler Donner, and Jeph Loeb, along with cast members Dan Stevens, Rachel Keller, Aubrey Plaza, Jean Smart, Bill Irwin, »
- Derek Anderson
Donald Trump’s battles with intelligence agencies and the many controversial moves by former FBI director James Comey may change the way Hollywood approaches stories from that world.
Stories of the FBI and CIA usually focus on a simple good guy/bad guy approach. The agencies, with the backing of the United States government, take on evildoers. On CBS’ “Criminal Minds,” that means chasing down brutal killers. On Fox’s “The X-Files,” that has meant exploring a shadowy conspiracy by a cabal far removed from the elected government.
But that’s all starting to change, and the battle between government officials and the intelligence community, which might have seemed an unnecessary plot a few years ago (“Wait? Who are audiences supposed to root for? Aren’t they on the same side?”) is now front and center.
Read More: FBI TV Album: From ‘Twin Peaks’ to ‘The Americans,’ Here Are The »
- Michael Schneider
For every movie Guillermo del Toro makes, there are two or three that he doesn’t. That’s just one topic the Mexican auteur touched on during a 90-minute masterclass at the animation-themed Annecy Festival, which found him in self-deprecating mode: “My statistics are very bad,” he said. “I have written 24 screenplays. I’ve made 10 movies.”
Read More: Cannes: Guillermo del Toro Talks Real-Life Monsters in Political-Leaning Speech
That just makes those that do get made all the more special, however: “Every movie I have made was made because I would die to have it made.” He’s done more than just features, of course, including creating the Netflix show “Trollhunters” — an experience del Toro speaks highly of.
“They put out the show we made,” he said of working with the streaming giant. “I’ve made movies that are sold as exactly the opposite of what they were. The show »
- Michael Nordine
You’ve no doubt heard a lot about Shakespeare in the Park’s production of “Julius Caesar,” but lost amid the canceled sponsorships and phony outrage is the fact that Corey Stoll of “House of Cards” and “Ant-Man” was playing Brutus. As the man who actually betrays the Donald Trump–like Caesar, Stoll is in a unique position to comment on the controversy.
He’s done just that in an insightful essay for Vulture, going out of his way to underscore something that anyone who’s actually read “Julius Caesar” already knows: “The play makes it clear that Caesar’s murder, which occurs midway through the play, is ruinous for Brutus and his co-conspirators, and for democracy itself.”
“A nontrivial percentage of our liberal audience had fantasized about undemocratic regime change in Washington,” he explains. »
- Michael Nordine
No surprise here: a trio of very talented actors want to work with Whiplash and La La Land director, Damien Chazelle. Kyle Chandler (Bloodline), Corey Stoll (Café Society), and Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty) have signed up to star alongside Ryan Gosling in Chazelle’s First Man, which is about Nasa’s attempt to put astronauts on the moon. They’ll start shooting the Amblin Entertainment project in […]
- Jack Giroux
Corey Stoll, who played Brutus, writes about his experience in the controversial production. »
- Corey Stoll
“La La Land” and “Whiplash” director Damien Chazelle has, in a very short time, made a big name for himself as a filmmaker. Now, every project he creates will be automatically near the top of everyone’s “Must See” list. So, naturally, its exciting to see when he surrounds himself with some great actors for his upcoming film “First Man,” which tells the story of Neil Armstrong’s moon landing with Ryan Gosling attached as Armstrong.
- Charles Dean
We have recently found out that both Kyle Chandler and Corey Stoll will be joining the picture, and now news is breaking that Jason Clarke is also in talks to play Ed White, the first American to walk in space.
The movie will be a first-person account of Nasa’s mission to land a man on the moon, taking place between 1961-1969.
First Man is set for release on October 12, 2018. »
- Samuel Brace
We reported earlier this week that both Kyle Chandler and Corey Stoll were in talks to join Damien Chazelle’s forthcoming Neil Armstrong biopic First Man. Well, now The Hollywood Reporter are reporting that Everest and Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes star Jason Clarke is also in negotiations to join the project, which is led by Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong.
Based on the book by James R. Hansen, and adapted by Josh Singer, First Man tells the story of the first manned space mission to the moon back in the 1960s. Clarke is reportedly set to play Ed White, the first American to walk in space, who later died in an Apollo mission testing accident.
- Paul Heath
Bloodline star Kyle Chandler and Ant-Man villain Corey Stoll have joined the cast of Damien Chazelle’s First Man, the La La Land‘s biopic of Neil Armstrong. The film is based over at Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, and will see Ryan Gosling play Armstrong.
Deadline reports that Chandler will play Deke Slayton, the WWII flyer, aeronautical engineer and test pilot who was selected as one of the original Nasa Mercury Seven astronauts and became Nasa’s first Chief of the Astronaut Office. Stoll is in talks to play Buzz Aldrin in the film, so report The Tracking Board.
The film, which is about to kick off production, is based on the book by James R. Hansen, and tells the story of the Apollo 11 mission and the eight years leading up to it. Josh Singer (Spotlight) adapted said book and the film has a release date set for October 12th, 2018.
- Paul Heath
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