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It's been 17 years since Bob and David have last graced the screen with their particular brand of offbeat sketch comedy. In 1995, the pair premiered their cult favorite comedy series, Mr. Show, which ran for four seasons and a total of 32 episodes on HBO.
Since, the two have branched off with their own projects. Cross played noted never-nude Tobias Funke on Arrested Development while Odenkirk's delved more into drama with the role of Saul Goodman in both Breaking Bad and his own spinoff, Better Call Saul.
In 2004, the two tried to get a comedy series back on HBO with David's Situation, but the pilot never aired.
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During one of his weekly Los Angeles jazz shows with The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Goldblum revealed that he'll lend his voice to a "Japanese-inspired" stop-motion movie about a pack of dogs.
The filmmaker's 2014 period comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel made more than $158 million at the worldwide box office – and won a total of four Academy Awards this year.
Watch a trailer for Fantastic Mr. Fox below: »
90s comedy fans have waited nearly 18 years for Mr. Show creators and co-stars Bob Odenkirk and David Cross to reunite. That's finally happening this November. But instead of a Mr. Show reboot or revival, we're getting a whole new series. It may not arrive with a whole lot of episodes. But W/ Bob and David promises to bring this hilarious enterprise into the future with a few twists and turns none of us saw coming!
Today, Netflix released the official trailer, first look images and poster for W/ Bob and David. The new sketch comedy series finally brings the comedic powerhouse of David Cross and Bob Odenkirk back together in what can only be described as a laugh tsunami. The limited series premieres Friday, November 13 only on Netflix. While it isn't much, we are getting four half-hour episodes and an hour-long "making of" special. Could have been more, but hey, »
Bryan Cranston: Actor Bryan Cranston (above in Trumbo, opening November 6) proved his bones by portraying good guy turned evil drug lord Walter White on TV's Breaking Bad, and is now ready to return to the dark side. "I'd like to do some big superhero villain in some Marvel classic," he says. As to which character he might play, he is open to suggestions: "Create one from scratch… I don't know what I would do but it would be nasty." [Metro] XXX 3: Vin Diesel says that D.J. Caruso (I Am Number Four) will direct XXX 3, the next installment in an action-thriller series that began with Diesel starring as an extreme sports expert turned secret agent in the 2002 original (above). Diesel teased that the sequel might go into production...
- Peter Martin
Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has been itching to play a Marvel villain, and now we know who he has his eye on. This past weekend at New York Comic-Con, the actor revealed that would relish the opportunity to play longtime X-Men nemesis Mister Sinister on the big screen. Thanks to the Internet, we now have an idea of what Cranston would look like as the pale-skinned super villain. Mr @BryanCranston Sinister I would definitely love to see this happen @ComicBook #Exclusive pic.twitter.com/uL8gBbvaTy . BossLogic (@Bosslogic) October 12, 2015 Twitter user BossLogic has posted this image of Cranston in Mister Sinister form (via Comicbook.com), and it looks spectacular. Known for his photorealistic style (recently showing what Tom Hardy would look like as Wolverine), the artist has taken the actor.s visage and captured Sinister.s spirit both in look and attitude, from the glowing red eyes and forehead »
From RedBand.Ca, Sneak Peek the new restricted trailer supporting the Crackle animated comedy TV series "SuperMansion", starring Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad") as main character 'Titanium Rex', based on the 2013 'Adult Swim' TV pilot "Ubermansion":
"...aging superhero 'Titanium Rex' (Cranston) and his rag-tag team known 'The League of Freedom'...
"...struggle to stay relevant in a changing world..."
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek "SuperMansion"...
- Michael Stevens
In case you hadn't heard, over the weekend at New York Comic-Con, Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad) revealed to those in attendance that he would love to portray a very nasty Marvel villain, whose identity he revealed as the popular X-Men adversary Nathaniel Essex, better known as Mister Sinister. The crowd went wild after the exchange and we can all just hope 20th Century Fox caught wind of his comments, because it would be quite perfect casting. Additionally, it wouldn't be the first time Fox decided to cast an actor that showed interest in one of their X-Men roles as they previously cast Channing Tatum (The Hateful Eight) not long after he revealed his interest in the fan-favorite Gambit. The timing of Cranston's suggestion couldn't have been more impeccable as the X-Men franchise prepares to transition its focus onto a new generation of mutants led by X-Men stalwarts Cyclops, Jean Grey, »
Bryan Cranston delivered a masterful performance as Walter White on AMC's "Breaking Bad," adding shades of evil to the mild-mannered chemist as the series progressed until Heisenberg was a full-fledged villain by the time the show wrapped. So it makes sense, then, that he'd want to explore those villainous roots again -- this time, in a big-budget superhero flick.
In an interview with Metro UK, Cranston said he had his eye on a particular cinematic universe.
"You know what I'd like to do? I'd like to do some big superhero villain in some Marvel classic," Cranston told Metro, adding that instead of playing an existing character, he'd like to "Create one from scratch."
"I don't know what I would do," the actor continued, "but it would be nasty."
That sounds pretty awesome to us, and a great opportunity for a screenwriter to pen the perfect part for the actor. Cranston got more specific, »
- Katie Roberts
After his award winning performance in Breaking Bad, it’s surprising that neither Marvel nor DC has snapped Bryan Cranston up for a key role in one of their superhero movies. Of course, the actor appears to have gone out of his way to avoid villainous characters following the end of the hit AMC drama (likely to avoid being typecast), but when it comes to comic book adaptations, it’s hard to deny that Cranston would be perfect for a bad guy.
That’s obviously why he was such a fan-favourite choice to take on the role of Lex Luthor in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, but after recently making his interest in playing a Marvel villain clear, Cranston has now named who he hopes to star as in not a Marvel Studios movie, but an X-Men one.
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- Josh Wilding
A few days ago actor Bryan Cranston excited the Marvel fanboys with word that he was keen on playing a Marvel villain. At the time he told UK trade Metro: "You know what I'd like to do? I'd like to do some big superhero villain in some Marvel classic."
Now though, the "Breaking Bad" actor has gone one step further and revealed which particular role it is he would like to tackle. Appearing at the New York Comic Con panel for the upcoming animated comedy series "SuperMansion" in which he plays an aging superhero, Screen Rant reports that he was asked to elaborate on that earlier quote.
He responded that he wants to play the X-Men villain Mr. Sinister, asking the crowd what they thought which scored a superb reception. In the comics, the character is not only a scientific genius but has numerous powers including telepathy, telekinesis, teleportation, regeneration, »
- Garth Franklin
Bryan Cranston recently mentioned that he'd like to play a Marvel supervillain on the big screen. But which one? Now, at a panel at New York Comic-Con, Heisenberg himself has revealed all.
The former Breaking Bad star said that X-Men foe Mister Sinister is the big bad he'd like to take on, and it's not just because he'd look awesome in the suit.
"It intrigues me to be able to play a character that hasn't been on film before, so you can create it from the beginning," said Cranston, referring to the unfortunate problem superhero movies have of recycling bad guys.
Amongst his many powers, Sinister has the usual superhuman strength and durability, as well as a regenerative healing factor and telepathy, »
Everyone wants to get a piece of the superhero movie action. (Well, everyone except Jason Statham.) During the New York Comic Con festivities, our Breaking Bad lord and savior Bryan Cranston became the latest celeb to toss his desire into the ring. A while ago, Mr. Heisenberg was rumored to be playing Lex Luthor in Batman v Superman, and now that we definitely know that.s debunked, he now would like to play a particularly sinister Marvel villain. Just call him Sinister. Mr. Sinister. During a panel for his show SuperMansion at the Con, as reported by IGN, Bryan Cranston said that he would like the opportunity to play this villain from the X-Men universe. A few days ago, the actor told Metro that he wants to play a "nasty" villain, and now we know just which nasty villain that is. As it turns out, Mr. Sinister works pretty well »
If you look at the shows airing right now, not only are we in the oft-lauded “Golden Age” of television, but we’re also witnessing the “Golden Age” of the spin-off. Right now, we have Fear the Walking Dead (born of The Walking Dead), Better Call Saul (born of Breaking Bad), Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., among others, but the king of them all might just be DC’s The Flash, which got a back-door pilot courtesy of Arrow’s stellar second season. The Flash might not have the same superb writing as Better Call Saul, and it may indeed be a little bit cheesy, but only because that’s exactly what it needs to be. It manages to balance a classic comic book era ‘gee whiz’ mentality, pulpy teenage drama, and fairly faithful recreations of the hero’s classic villains, and it does so while maintaining surprisingly high production »
- Lex Walker
Jared Leto surprised fans at New York Comic Con this weekend - though no-one noticed till afterwards.
The star, who plays the Joker in the upcoming film Suicide Squad, posted Snapchats of cosplayers at the event, while disguised as a monkey the entire time.
He had no idea. :) #NYCC2015 pic.twitter.com/zFWsrTbSGv
— Jared Leto (@JaredLeto) October 11, 2015
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Leto's pictures included a Joker cosplayer and a Batman one with the tagline: "My enemy my friend."
Word then spread that the actor was at the event, wearing a baboon mask.
Leto joins Daniel Radcliffe and Bryan Cranston as stars who have disguised themselves at previous Comic Cons, the former disguising himself as Spider-Man, and the latter as his own character Walter White from Breaking Bad.
Suicide Squad is released in UK cinemas on August 5, 2016. Watch »
Bryan Cranston: Actor Bryan Cranston (above in Trumbo, opening November 6) proved his bones by portraying good-guy-turned-evil-drug-lord Walter White on TV's Breaking Bad, and is now ready to return to the dark side. "I'd like to do some big superhero villain in some Marvel classic," he says. As to which character he might play, he is open to suggestions: "Create one from scratch… I don't know what I would do but it would be nasty." [Metro] ...
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Breaking Bad's Walter White was a facinatingly complex character, and Bryan Cranston has so far done a great job of avoiding being typecast in villainous roles since the AMC series ended. However, that doesn't mean he doesn't want to play one, and talking at a panel for SuperMansion at the New York Comic Con today, the actor revealed the idenity of the Marvel bad guy he has his eye on; Mr. Sinister. While he didn't go into detail as to exactly why that is, the crowd reportedly went wild when he made the suggestion, and it's easy understand why. The iconic X-Men villain would be a great choice of bad guy for the new generation of mutants who will likely be the focal point of the trilogy which follows X-Men: Apocalypse, especially given his links to Scott Summers. Whether or not that will actually happen remains to be seen of course, »
After frantically sprinting from the press to the general admission line and waiting in the queue hall for hours with the help of my Jewel (Jessica Jones’ old superhero identity) cosplaying friend Julia, I had the privilege of attending the Marvel Netflix panel about Daredevil Season 2 and Jessica Jones Season 1, which is set to premiere on November 20. The panel looked back at the first season of Daredevil while showing the first footage of the upcoming second season, and the lucky fans in the audience also had the chance to watch the first episode of Jessica Jones after a discussion with the cast and showrunner Melissa Rosenberg (Dexter).
Before the panel officially started, moderator Jeph Loeb, who is Marvel’s Head of TV, trotted on stage with the Marvel Studios fanfare playing in the background with actors Charlie Cox, Krysten Ritter, and Mike Colter, who play Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and Luke Cage »
- Logan Dalton
Black Mass is a return to form for Hollywood A-lister Johnny Depp, an actor caught in the wilderness following an Oscar-nominated turn in Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl in 2003, and its various sequels. His last few films, Transcendence, The Lone Ranger and last year’s dire Mortdecai, have failed to set the box-office alight, and now more than ever, Depp is in need not only a hit, but a great character to display his unbelievable talent as an actor. With the role of James ‘Whitey’ Bulger, Depp has just that.
Black Mass tells the true story of Bulger, a notorious crime boss who ruled South Boston from the mid-1970s. The brother of a Us senator, here played by Benedict Cumberbatch, Bulger was also a notorious »
- Paul Heath
During last night’s Marvel/Netflix panel at the New York Comic Con, it was revealed that The Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss is playing a gender-swapped version of the comic book character Jeryn Hogarth.
In the Marvel comic universe, Hogarth is a lawyer who worked for Wendell Rand, father of Danny Rand, a.k.a. Iron Fist, and becomes a representative for the Heroes for Hire. So, by the sounds of it, we’ll be seeing a lot more of Moss’ Hogarth as Netflix builds to The Defenders.
See Also: Daredevil season 2 footage from New York Comic Con leaks online
Jessica Jones hits Netflix on November 20th and features a cast that includes Krysten Ritter (Breaking Bad) as Jessica Jones, Mike Colter (The Following) as Luke Cage, David Tennant (Doctor Who) as Kilgrave / Purple Man, Rachael Taylor (Transformers) as Trish Walker / Hellcat, »
- Gary Collinson
A great performance from Blunt makes this well-staged story of FBI operations in the murky world of the Us-Mexico borderlands a cut above the ordinary
The blurred lines of America’s inglorious war with Mexico’s cross-border drug cartels are in danger of becoming a modern cinema cliche. While Steven Soderbergh’s turn-of-the-century Traffic ventured into comparatively unmapped territory, we now live in a post-Breaking Bad world in which Nietzschean borderlands tourism is a kind of popular cultural chic. Among the contenders for next year’s best documentary Oscar is Matthew Heineman’s brilliantly dramatic Cartel Land, an engrossing investigation of anti-drug vigilante groups, which gives most fictional features a run for their money. Meanwhile, dramas such as Amat Escalante’s 2013 Heli have focused on the impoverished Mexicans (the real victims of the drug war) for whom unspeakable violence and corruption are a horrifyingly domestic mundanity.
Into this already »
- Mark Kermode Observer film critic
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