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ITV has released a new trailer for Charlie Higson’s upcoming action fantasy series Jekyll & Hyde, which sees Tom Bateman (Da Vinci’s Demons) leading the cast as Robert Jekyll and his alter-ego Mr. Hyde. Check it out below…
Set in 1930’s London at a time of Hollywood glamour, aerodynamic cars and monster movies, the drama will pay homage to the Stevenson novel, and focus on the young, attractive, troubled hero, Robert Jekyll, the grandson of the original doctor. At the heart of the drama is Robert Jekyll’s quest to discover his real identity, his true family history and the nature of his ‘curse’. Jekyll transforms into Hyde in moments of extreme anger, stress and when his or the lives of others are threatened.
Higson’s Jekyll is a young, sensitive and naïve man of intellect and morality, a well meaning if slightly repressed character who slips between his two personas unwillingly. »
- Gary Collinson
Director: Will Canon
Running Time: 83 minutes
Synopsis: A pair of detectives try to find a missing person after a group of college students go ghost hunting.
James Wan brought us Saw and Insidious. Now with his producer hat on he brings into life Demonic. Originally pegged as James Wan’s Demonic, somewhere along the line his name was dropped from the proceedings. The tale follows John (Dustin Milligan) the sole survivor to a vicious massacre in a house with a history.
The cast is interesting, featuring several old hats at this type of film, however anyone other than Milligan, Grillo or Bello is barely given the time of day. So much so that there are at least three, if not four, cast members that could easily be culled, »
- Kat Smith
The Season 1 finale of The Flash set the table for numerous interesting possibilities in Season 2, which is currently in production. Shortly after the Season 1 finale, executive producer Andrew Kreisberg teased that The Flash Season 2 will explore the multiverse, meaning the multiple timelines in Earth 1 and Earth 2. As it turns out, fans will get to see Earth 2 a lot sooner than they expected. Here's what executive producer Andrew Kreisberg had to say in an interview with Entertainment Weekly, revealing they're trying to make the multiverse simple and complex at the same time, in the same way they handled time travel.
"We're trying to do the same thing this year with Earth 2 and the concept of the multiverse and the concept of dopplegangers. We've been having a lot of fun with that and getting glimpses of Earth 2 probably sooner than people would've thought."
At the end of the Season 1 finale, »
The Hollywood archives are packed with movies that, for myriad reasons, have somehow slipped between the cracks, never to be heard from again.
No film sums up that unfortunate group more than 1994's The Fantastic Four, a property now getting rebooted for a second time with a lavish budget and inescapable marketing campaign. We look back at seven movies the industry (and the filmmakers behind them) wants to sweep under the carpet.
Bernd Eichinger snapped up the film rights to Marvel's first family in the '80s for a pittance, and with the clock ticking down on his ownership he teamed up with B-movie specialist Roger Corman to produce a $1 million picture in less than a month. With a cast of unknowns and music video director Oley Sassone at the helm, The Fantastic Four ended up getting buried by Marvel in a bid for brand protection.
Avi Arad, »
DC Comics announced today that actor Keiynan Lonsdale (The Divergent Series: Insurgent) has signed on to play the beloved comic book character Wally West in The Flash. In the comics, Wally is the nephew of Iris West, played by Candice Patton in the series. He eventually turns into the character known as Kid Flash, after an accident that is reminiscent of how Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) gets his powers. Here's what executive producer Andrew Kreisberg had to say about the casting.
"Just like when we met Grant (Gustin) for the first time, we instantly knew Keiynan embodied all the heart and courage of a hero. We are so excited to be bringing this much-beloved character onto the show."
Here's one of those 'This'll make you feel old' factoids - it's two years since the last ever episode of Skins aired.
E4's groundbreaking hormone-fest wrapped up on August 5, 2013 - with an older Cook (Jack O'Connell) heading off into an uncertain future at the close of 'Rise (Part Two)'.
Cook was but one of 27 major characters featured on Skins across three 'Generations' - in a total of 61 episodes, split into seven series. But where are the teen tearaways of Roundview College now?
Hoult played Tony Stonem - the pre-eminent bad boy of Skins - across its first two series. Later badly hurt in a traffic accident and forced to rely on others, Tony had mellowed by his final episodes.
When The Only Way Is Essex started, it shook up television. Here was a soap opera... but with real people! It's hard to remember now that we've had everything from Desperate Scousewives to The Valleys, but at the time it was genuinely revolutionary.
Sure, it had its critics, but Towie quickly became a phenomenon - ordinary people were asking for vajazzles at their local salons; some started using the word "reem" in complete seriousness. And then, after the rise, came the fall. The backlash. The original cast members leaving. The complaints that it was all a bit samey. The utter nadir of Towie Live (let's never talk of that again).
But slowly, quietly, Towie has been working hard to get its mojo back - and golly, we think it's done it.
The latest series of the show - which came to an end last night - has been funny, witty, »
It's the concluding part of the two-part drama adapted from Sadie Jones's novel of the same name.
Wait it's Sunday again? That can only mean one thing - another episode of the human and synth drama.
After last week's events, Joe (Tom Goodman-Hill) is in exile and Laura (Katherine Parkinson) decides to come clean with her children, with consequences for Anita (Gemma Chan). Meanwhile, a betrayal leads to the ultimate sacrifice.
Marvel's Agent Carter: Fox UK, 9pm
The second episode has Peggy back doing what she does best, being a spy.
The Outcast is a powerful portrait of small-town hypocrisy and young love, set in 1950s Britain.
Pushed to the fringes of society, Lewis seems to be completely abandoned, but for the one girl whose love might yet save him. Can he summon the courage to overcome his demons and expose the darkness that lurks behind the façade of his picture-perfect village?
George MacKay (represented by Gordon and French) stars as Lewis Aldridge (from the age of 16), who is only ten years old when he witnesses the death of his beautiful, doting mother. Left alone with his emotionally distant father Gilbert (played by Greg Wise), Lewis is forced to bury his grief. Lewis is neglected until his suppressed rage »
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The Line of Duty actor will star in the new series as Chief Superintendent Joseph Moody, who will clash with Robbie Lewis (Whately) over their differing approaches to detective work.
Other new additions to the cast include Steve Pemberton (Happy Valley) and The Hour's Helen Schlesinger, who will play Ian and Vivienne Tedman in 'One For Sorrow', the first episode of the new series.
The couple have connections to the death of a psychology student and artist named Talika Desai and will face questions from Lewis and his colleagues.
Britain's Got Talent live week is here! Yep, all week we're going to be treated to semi-final action straight from Wembley as the 45 remaining acts get whittled down before Sunday's final.
We're kicking it all off tonight - complete with a performance from none other than Ricky Martin - so join us here from 7.30pm when the show begins on ITV...
21:59For now, though, we'll love you and leave you and see you right here tomorrow for more Bgt action... Bye!
21:59Entity Allstars promise that they have something special planned for the final, while Cor Glanaethwy say they're "overwhelmed" to make it through to the next round. But that's it for tonight! Are you happy with the result? Let us know by carrying on leaving your comments below!
21:58Henry says he's just "absolutely delighted" that he made it this far and he thanks everyone. What a sweetie. »
The film stars Ian McKellen as an elderly Sherlock Holmes who travels to Japan in an attempt to solve a 50-year-old cold case - however, the lawsuit claims that Sherlock Holmes creator Conan Doyle's heirs still own the rights to the detective's days in retirement.
The estate claims that Cullin appropriated elements of a late Sherlock Holmes story - The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier - making the ensuing novel and film adaptation in breach of copyright.
In a statement, Benjamin Allison, an attorney with Sutin Thayer & Brown, which represents the estate, said: "There's clearly a lot of creativity in the book - »
With the pilot episode of Preacher currently shooting, we’re assuming this is news that AMC has known for a while, but has only just chosen to announce. Regardless, it’s still nice to report that Tom Brooke is joining the show.
That was hardly his first rodeo, though, he also played Lothar Frey in season 3 of Game Of Thrones. He’s also appeared in pretty much every British crime-based show going, including Ripper Street, Lewis, Foyle’s War, Hustle and Thieves Like Us. He also appeared in cinematic comedies Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason »
Ray Lewis is begging the people of Baltimore to Stop The Rioting ... explaining, "Violence is not the answer." The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker -- and one of the most famous people in the city -- just went to social media to beg the rioters to end the chaos. "Violence is not the answer. We must have peace in our city," Lewis said. "We are a city that's built on believing in each other." Former Ravens »
- TMZ Staff
A new trailer for Sir Ian McKellen's Mr Holmes has been unveiled.
The story follows the detective as he makes a trip to Japan in a bid to solve a case left unsolved for a number of years.
McKellen is joined in the film by three-time Academy Award nominee Laura Linney, who plays Sherlock's caregiver and housekeeper Mrs Munro.
The movie will be released on June 19 in the UK and July 17 in the Us.
Meanwhile, McKellen was recently cast as Cogsworth in Disney's live-action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast. »
Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox are to return for a ninth series of 'Lewis'. The 64-year-old actor and his 36-year-old co-star are set to reprise their roles as detectives Robbie Lewis and James Hathaway respectively following ITV's decision to recommission the popular crime drama for another series. ITV's director of drama Steve November commented: ''We are delighted that Kevin and Laurence are returning for a ninth series of Lewis. Each story is complex and intriguing and Detectives Robbie Lewis and James Hathaway are a formidable partnership much loved by ITV viewers. I am also pleased to welcome back Angela Griffin as »
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