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Get ready for the most revealing look yet at Better Call Saul. It may be only 30 seconds long, but after months of photos, tiny teasers, and a snippet of a scene, this new look gives fans a real taste of the show's scope and tone. Read more Bob Odenkirk on 'Better Call Saul': "It’s Total Drama" We know that Saul (Bob Odenkirk) starts the AMC series as Jimmy McGill, the idea being that he'll transform into the criminal lawyer we know from Breaking Bad at some point. This teaser shows that even though he may be called Jimmy, he's
- Aaron Couch
Previous to "Dracula Untold", Gadon had feature film roles in "A Dangerous Method" and "Cosmopolis", also guest-starring in the Canadian-lensed TV series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?", "Dark Oracle", "Doc", "In a Heartbeat", "La Femme Nikita", "Life with Derek" and "Mutant X".
She is currently shooting the supernatural feature "The 9th Life of Louis Drax".
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- Michael Stevens
We won’t get our first episode of Better Call Saul until February, but we already know what the series will look like somewhat thanks to an interview Bob Odenkirk (who plays the infamous Saul Goodman) did with The Hollywood Reporter. And it may not be what you were expecting. According to Odenkirk, although the show was originally envisioned as a lighter, funnier series than Breaking Bad (maybe even a half-an-hour comedy), Better Call Saul Season 1 will still have its fair share of drama. In fact, Odenkirk insists that the show is “total drama.” “It’s total drama, man,” Odenkirk said to The Hollywood Reporter’s Tim Goodman about Better Call Saul Season 1. “It’s 85 percent drama, 15 percent comedy.” That drama/comedy split may be surprising to some, but it shouldn’t be a huge shock since the series still comes from Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan, who was a »
- Chris King
Drew Nelson is probably best known to the younger set as Duncan from the cartoon series “Total Drama Island,” but soon you’ll be able to see Nelson in a much more horrific, gory, and drama-filled light. Nelson is part of the much-hyped FX show “The Strain,” premiering July 13. The show has a ton going for it, including being executive produced by none other than Guillermo del Toro. ShockYa was happy to talk with Nelson about the show, his character Matt, what fans can expect and how it was working with del Toro. Congratulations on “The Strain”. Drew Nelson: Thank you, thank you. Have you been a fan of sci-fi-type [ Read More ]
Time Warner’s Cartoon Network unveiled an ambitious new programming slate that includes the cable outlet’s first-ever miniseries as well as revivals of classic characters such as adversarial cat-and-mouse team Tom & Jerry and rascally rabbit Bugs Bunny.
The kiddie cable network also said it planned to expand its offerings for viewers using non-traditional viewing devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to find its content. Cartoon Network said it would focus on making both original programming and digital content available to viewers as they wanted it. Later this year, Cartoon Network is expected to unveil content specifically designed for distribution on mobile devices, as well as special ads that can accompany it. The network will make move from one clip to the next by swiping their viewing screen.
The moves come as parent unit Turner decided to expand by an hour “Adult Swim,” the young-adult skewing animation block that shares Cartoon Network’s roost. »
- Brian Steinberg
5 items from 2014
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