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Summit Entertainment has revealed a new trailer for their upcoming film The Legend of Hercules . Check it out in the player below! The film stars Kellan Lutz as Hercules, the mythical Greek hero, demigod and son of Zeus. Betrayed by his King and sold into slavery, Hercules must use his formidable strength to fight for his freedom and return to his true love, Hebe, the Princess of Crete (played by Gaia Weiss). The supporting cast includes Scott Adkins ( The Expendables 2 ), Liam McIntyre ("Spartacus"), Liam Garrigan ("Strike Back"), Johnathon Schaech ("Ray Donovan," "The Client List"), Roxanne McKee ("Game Of Thrones") and Rade Serbedzija ("Red Widow"). The Renny Harlin-directed movie opens in 3D and 2D theaters on »
Summit Entertainment has revealed the first TV spot for their upcoming film The Legend of Hercules . Check it out in the player below! The film stars Kellan Lutz as Hercules, the mythical Greek hero, demigod and son of Zeus. Betrayed by his King and sold into slavery, Hercules must use his formidable strength to fight for his freedom and return to his true love, Hebe, the Princess of Crete (played by Gaia Weiss). The supporting cast includes Scott Adkins ( The Expendables 2 ), Liam McIntyre ("Spartacus"), Liam Garrigan ("Strike Back"), Johnathon Schaech ("Ray Donovan," "The Client List"), Roxanne McKee ("Game Of Thrones") and Rade Serbedzija ("Red Widow"). The Renny Harlin-directed movie opens in 3D and 2D »
As you know, us guys here at the Tube Talk Q&A toil tirelessly to get you guys the best in telly teasers and the very latest UK airdates.
The festive period is no exception - we'll always deliver the gift of TV scoop to all the good little boys and girls...
This week, as the temperature continues to plummet and we start to pray for snow not rain, we've got the latest news on Hawaii Five-0, Banshee and more to warm your cockles!
I'll copy and paste my Hawaii Five-0 question again then... Broadcast date?
Patience is a virtue, Blade11 - because we can now inform you that Hawaii Five-0 will return to Sky1 with its fourth season on Saturday, January 4 at 9pm, with a kidnapping plot pushing McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) to the very limit.
Stayed tuned afterwards too, because Sky1 will also be premiering new NCIS: Los Angeles »
Hot dang. It’s like Zack Snyder himself directed this thing. Which begs the question: if a mostly noob director like Noam Murro can easily replicate what Snyder did in the original “300″, what does that say about Snyder’s style in the first film? Just sayin’. Trailer looks badass, though. Definitely looks worthy of a movie ticket, that’s for bloody (with emphasis on the bloody) damn sure. Check out the latest trailer for “300: Rise of an Empire” below. By the way, if Sullivan Stapleton’s Themistocles doesn’t get a little nekkid action with Eva Green’s Artemisia or Lena Headey’s Queen Gorgo in this movie, it might be the first time I don’t see this guy getting a little sumthin’ on the screen. (All you fans of “Strike Back” will know what I’m talking about.) Based on Frank Miller’s latest graphic novel Xerxes, »
Sky1 has unveiled official details of its Christmas and New Year schedule for 2013/14.
A new episode of The Simpsons, Trollied's festive special and the series one finale of Yonderland will all air over the holiday, alongside Ray Winstone drama Moonfleet and Mad Dogs' series four finale.
On Sunday, December 22, The Simpsons' episode 'The Changing of the Guardian' will air at 6pm. The series one finale of Yonderland will follow at 6.30pm, as danger looms for Debbie in the magical realm.
Strike Back: Shadow Warfare broadcasts at 9pm on Monday, December 23. The action show sheds light on the virus and Al-Zuhari's planned attack.
A new episode of All Aboard: East Coast Trains will air on Christmas Eve at 8pm, followed by the Christmas special of Trollied at 9pm.
The supermarket sitcom will see a brewing snowstorm threaten to derail everyone's holiday plans.
On Christmas Day, a trio of Little Crackers will air from 9pm. »
Santa Monica, CA November 12, 2013 – Summit Entertainment, a Lionsgate® (NYSE: Lgf) company, has acquired U.S. distribution rights to Millennium Films’ action-adventure Hercules: The Legend Begins starring Kellan Lutz (The Twilight Saga, the upcoming The Expendables 3) and directed by Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger). Summit will release the film in 3D and 2D nationwide on February 7, 2014. The deal was announced today by Lionsgate Motion Picture Group Co-Chairs Rob Friedman and Patrick Wachsberger, and Avi Lerner, Chairman of Millennium Films.
Lutz stars as Hercules, the mythical Greek hero, demigod and son of Zeus. Betrayed by his King and sold into slavery, Hercules must use his formidable strength to fight for his freedom and return to his true love, Hebe, the Princess of Crete (played by Gaia Weiss).
- Robert Greenberger
[This is a review of Strike Back: Origins episode 6. There will be Spoilers.]
When you stop to consider the open-ended conclusion to Strike Back: Origins, it’s plain to see that the series had wrapped its first season with an eye toward the future of wrongly disgraced soldier John Porter and the various classified, disavowable exploits of Section 20. As we all now know, those plans did come to fruition, but not in the way fans of Origins (a.k.a. Chris Ryan’s Strike Back) had likely thought was coming.
But what’s interesting about Origins and where it fits into the overall story of Cinemax’s Scott and Stonebridge-led Strike Back is how the whole thing plays ...
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- Kevin Yeoman
Cinemax brought "Strike Back: Origins" to a close Friday (Nov. 29). This is actually the first season of "Strike Back" from the U.K. -- it aired there in 2010 and never aired in the U.S. The U.S. viewers had to jump in with Season 2, subtitled "Project Dawn."
This season has been airing under the name "Origins," acting as a kind of prequel for the U.S. viewers -- and featuring Andrew Lincoln as Hugh Collinson while he simultaneously appears on AMC's "The Walking Dead."
In the season finale, John Porter (Richard Armitage) and Gerald Baxter (Ewen Bremner) escape from the compound and return to Afghanistan. Baxter is killed by a Taliban soldier, Collinson (Lincoln) is confronted by Leyla about how it was his bullet who shot Steve Andrews (who is now dead), in addition to Mike Reilly and Keith Finn. Leyla uses it to force Collinson to save Porter »
Strike Back Origins airs Friday at 10Pm on Cinemax.
- Bags Hooper
The turkey’s stuffed, the pumpkin’s pie’d and the family’s gathered — but don’t neglect your old friend, TV! It’s working Ot this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, serving marathons of fave shows (Castle) and flicks (James Bond), holiday movies (My Santa) and classics (A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving), plus fresh episodes of Glee, Grimm and others. So unbutton your pants and pick up your remote — it’s relaxin’ time. (Sunday’s entrees, including the Walking Dead finale, a great Wife and The Mentalist 2.0 will be covered separately.)
Thursday, Nov. 28
Midnight – 2:40 am Amazing Animation Thanksgiving Marathon (Starz »
- Misha Solomon
Before Dwayne Johnson takes on the role of Hercules for The Thracian Wars, Twilight star Kellan Lutz is set to don the sandals as the son of Zeus for Hercules: The Legend Begins. Ahead of its January release in North America, Millennium Films and Summit Entertainment have dropped a new trailer for the $70 million mythological actioner, which sees director Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger) returning from the wilderness. Check it out after the official synopsis...
"In Ancient Greece 1200 B.C., a queen succumbs to the lust of Zeus to bear a son promised to overthrow the tyrannical rule of the king and restore peace to a land in hardship. But this prince, Hercules, knows nothing of his real identity or his destiny. He desires only one thing: the love of Hebe, Princess of Crete, who has been promised to his own brother. When Hercules learns of his greater purpose, »
- Gary Collinson
Summit Entertainment has debuted a new trailer for the upcoming Hercules: The Legend Begins . Check it out in the player below! Directed by Renny Harlin, the film stars Kellan Lutz as Hercules, the mythical Greek hero, demigod and son of Zeus. Betrayed by his King and sold into slavery, Hercules must use his formidable strength to fight for his freedom and return to his true love, Hebe, the Princess of Crete (played by Gaia Weiss). The supporting cast includes Scott Adkins ( The Expendables 2 ), Liam McIntyre ("Spartacus"), Liam Garrigan ("Strike Back"), Johnathon Schaech ("Ray Donovan," "The Client List"), Roxanne McKee ("Game Of Thrones") and Rade Serbedzija ("Red Widow"). The screenplay is by Daniel Gliat. The »
Ripper Street - BBC One, 9pm
When a messenger is strangled in tonight's episode of the gritty drama, the investigation leads to the discovery of a vice racket run in the heart of the General Post Office.
Meanwhile Jackson's mind is elsewhere as he tries desperately to get out of the debts he's got himself into.
Strike Back: Shadow Warfare - Sky 1, 9pm
Tonight's show takes us to Budapest, where the team are trying to track down the terrorist Mairead McKenna.
They manage to bring in the target, but after interference from the British consulate, Sgt Stonebridge is left pondering his leadership skills. Meanwhile, it is revealed the Real Ira is working with Al-Zuhari.
The third series of Channel 4's University-based comedy is well under way, and tonight's episode sees Jp pursuing a girl by signing onto a medical trial that she's also signed up to. »
[This is a review of Strike Back: Origins episode 5. There will be Spoilers.]
There has been a hint of distrust in authority coursing through Strike Back: Origins from the very first episode, which saw John Porter erroneously relieved of duty due to an event caused by his future superior Hugh Collinson. In the penultimate episode of the series (or Afghanistan: Part One), those misgivings, which have been mostly below the surface, come rising to the top, and essentially become the focus of the final act.
Generally speaking, the show portrays its protagonist as a beacon of all that is good and just in the armed ...
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- Kevin Yeoman
Quietly, or maybe rather not so quietly, Cinemax has started loading up on shows over the last couple of years that I really enjoy. Joining the must see Strike Back earlier this year was Banshee, which was getting buzz a year prior while it was development due to being executive produced by Alan Ball, who was coming off of True Blood vampire mega-success at sister network HBO.
Cinemax has sent us a poster that I think I’e seen before to get us ready for season 2 of Banshee, which begins just after the new year, on Friday, January 10th, trying to build off of its record setting run for Cinemax original programming. What I haven’t seen before is this fresh new trailer that came with the key art. Peep it below:
On TV this Friday: Nikita‘s back in action, Blue Bloods deals with a wayward brother, a comedy legend heads to Hawaii, The Legend of Korra wraps up and more. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.
Related | Bones Gets Caught In a Violent Love Triangle at Her Bachelorette Party
8 pm The Carrie Diaries (The CW) | Samantha takes matters into her own hands when she’s unhappy with an art student’s painting of her in the class for which she’s modeling… nude.
8 pm Doctor Who: Explained »
- Misha Solomon
Murphy said that the channel is "actively looking" for a series that could raise the bar for British television.
In a blog about the future of Sky's entertainment offering, he said: "We've been talking a lot about how we can supersize what we do. Of course Sky is fundamentally different to other broadcasters because of its relationship with its viewers. When you pay for something, your expectations are higher.
"As a company, we are in service of our customers. We deliver what they want - and they tell us they want something different and special.
"So as part of that vision, we are now actively looking for a new drama commission of real scale and huge ambition. »
Renowned artist Matt Busch has not only created artwork for bands like Black Sabbath, Motely Crue and Alice Cooper, but he also has a project called Hollywood Is Dead wherein he recreates classic movie posters zombie style.
Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, Hollywood Is Dead will soon be a coffee table book.
Busch doesn't just amend existing posters; he actually recreates the iconic artwork from scratch and adds a touch of the undead to each, coming up with such titles as Breakfast Is Tiffany, Alice from Underland, Beauty and the Feast and Cadavatar. Busch is obviously a massively talented dude with an awesome sense of humor. And now all his work will be collected in one spot as the Kickstarter campaign to create a book of Busch's work was successfully funded after just 12 days.
Check out the successfully funded Hollywood Is Dead Kickstarter page for more info. There are »
- Scott Hallam
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Question: I started watching Scandal from the start, when it was simply a problem-of-the-week plot mixed in with a little soap opera with Olivia and the President. They lost me a little bit last year when they temporarily dropped that element to completely focus on the soap opera element when the president was shot. With the addition of the B613 storyline (and possible new Harrison storyline), I feel the show has lost its focus. I was highly enjoying Lisa Kudrow's story and performance only to have the show dragged down by B613's machinations and apparent manipulation of Quinn. I get the fear the show could be the political Love Boat where the guest stars get all the meaty storylines, but I watch shows like Strike Back for my spy action and adventure. Have these writers »
- Matt Roush
[This is a review of Strike Back: Origins episode 4. There will be Spoilers.]
Because Strike Back: Origins delivers its story through the same two-part chapter presentation as Strike Back (that format is one of the primary elements to carry over once the series began being co-produced by Cinemax), the expectation that ‘Part Two’ will deliver some kind of climax to any given storyline is generally set up pretty well by the end of the first chapter. This notion, then, becomes doubly important when heading into the final two episodes of the season – which begin next week.
To that end, episode 4 (or ‘Zimbabwe: Part Two’) not only has to ...
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- Kevin Yeoman
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