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While The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day didn't exactly light up the box office when it was released back in 2009, that's apparently doing nothing to slow the production of a sequel, as star Norman Reedus is reporting that things are definitely moving forward with the making of The Boondock Saints III. Reedus spent part of his day today on Reddit for an Ask Me Anything session, and in between all of the questions about Daryl Dixon on The Walking Dead the actor confirmed that there are plans in the works for a third Boondock Saints film. Asked both about whether or not The Boondock Saints III was moving forward and if there's a possibility that his co-star Sean Patrick Flannery could appear on his zombie television show, Reedus responded, "hey good morning . yeah its on. in the works , happening. sean would be great on the show he's a real »
Answering a wide range of questions, the 45-year-old fan favorite, revealed that he will soon be directing a video for Los Angeles-based blues garage rockers The Bots, that he will be flying to Japan on Christmas Day and that the saddest episode of “The Walking Dead” to film was this season’s mid-finale.
Oh, and also the trees in his Georgia backyard are covered in arrows due to his playing with a compound bow.
- Pamela Chelin
You've pored over our top TV shows of the year, you've checked out our Best of the Rest - now find out which heroes, villains and complex creations stood out for us on TV this year.
These are Digital Spy's best TV characters of 2014 - from corrupt coppers to zombie killers!
Additional material by Catriona Wightman
10. The Penguin
Given the amount of hype and expectation pre-broadcast, it was perhaps inevitable that Gotham - the series exploring Batman's world, in a time before Batman - divided fans and critics. But earning near-universal praise was Robin Lord Taylor's performance as a young Oswald Cobblepot.
The newcomer delivered a standout turn as the Penguin-to-be, by turns menacing, pathetic and amusing. It's the sort of performance - heck, the sort of show - that'll be roundly ignored by awards bodies, but Taylor's work on Gotham »
If you watch The Walking Dead you will know that the characters face death every week and in its five season run so far, many have been killed off in some surprising (and not so surprising) manners. Whilst the series is based on the comic book of the same name by Robert Kirkman, there has been some deviation, and in an interview with CNN, Robert Kirkman talked about how they let actors know that they are being killed off and revealed that ‘No one is safe’. At the end of the interview, Kirkman name drops Norman Reedus who plays Daryl Dixon, one of the most popular characters in the show. Check out the full interview here…
The second half of Season 5 of The Walking Dead will return February 8th on AMC. Watch a trailer here.
- Thomas Roach
Sneak Peek "The Walking Dead" 'Rick Grimes' 10-Inch Deluxe Action Figure, laser-scanned from the image of actor Andrew Lincoln, featuring multiple points of articulation and character-specific accessories:
Own "The Walking Dead: Rick Grimes" 10" Action Figure
"...'Rick Grimes' is the protagonist and a survivor of 'the outbreak' in AMC's 'The Walking Dead'. He is a former police officer of the 'King County Sheriff's Department', who was shot in the line of duty and fell into a coma, only to wake up and find himself in the midst of the zombie apocalypse.
"Grimes travels to Atlanta, Georgia, searching for his wife 'Lori' and his son 'Carl', who have traveled to Atlanta with Rick's best friend, 'Shane Walsh', in search of a safe-haven. After he finds his wife and son, along with a group of survivors, he gradually takes on the role of their leader..."
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- Michael Stevens
During a chat with Vulture, James Gunn has been speaking about the challenges of bringing Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy to the screen, and in particular the scene he found most difficult to write – the one featuring the Mad Titan Thanos…
“There’s pressure with Thanos because you’re setting up this gigantic character that, in one way, isn’t really a part of your movie,” states Gunn. “His presence doesn’t really serve being in Guardians, and having Thanos be in that scene was more helpful to the Marvel Universe than it was to Guardians of the Galaxy. I always wanted to have Thanos in there, but from a structural standpoint, you don’t need him. So that’s part of it, and then part of it is the fact that you’re setting up this incredibly powerful character, but you don’t want to belittle the actual antagonist of the film, »
- Gary Collinson
Happy holidays, everybody! We’re less than a week away from Christmas, and even though most of your favorite shows have headed off for their winter hiatuses, returning sometime in January (or, in the cases of shows like Once Upon a Time and Agents of Shield, more like March), there is still plenty of TV news to talk about. If you were too busy shopping or decorating this week to keep up with everything, don’t worry. Like always, we’ve got a list of the week’s most important headlines gathered for you right there in our feature “The Week in Television.” – The Walking Dead spin-off’s setting has finally been revealed. Unlike the original Walking Dead series, which takes place in and around Atlanta, Georgia, the new show will be set in Los Angeles and center upon a group of survivors led by a teacher, Sean, and a guidance counselor, »
- Chris King
Christian Slater has had a hell of a time trying to get a TV series off the ground, and the worst part of that is that he’s been in some over the last few years that should have been hits. Now USA is on board with his latest shot, Mr. Robot, a show about hackers with Slater in the title role (assuming that remains the title).
Also starring 24‘s Rami Malek, the show centers on a socially-inept hacker who works for a security firm, and the superhacker who recruits him to an underground group.
It’s almost to the point that it becomes depressing trying to sell people on Slater’s shows, but I have a feeling I’m going to like this one as well. I’m hoping the network tie-in will help on that score too, because USA fans seem to believe in the network, and are »
- Marc Eastman
Whether you have fans of The Walking Dead comic book series on your shopping list this holiday season or you want to surprise an unsuspecting loved one with a zombified season’s greeting, the fine folks at Skybound have you covered, as they recently released two new The Walking Dead comic book holiday cards to go along with the batch they debuted last year.
The two new holiday cards include panels from recent issues of Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead, with one card featuring The Whisperers. Below, we have the full gallery of cards—both old and new—that you can browse through and share online, as well as print links for high-resolution versions if you’d like to use them as stocking stuffers. We want to give a big thanks to TheWalkingDead.com for working on these and sharing them with fans of The Walking Dead around the world. »
- Derek Anderson
If you’re anything like me, the only parody films you’re really interested in are the ones that feature hardcore sexual activity. “The Walking Dead” already got one of those, and now a spoof is on its way that promises everything… Continue Reading →
The post Zombies Get Spoofed in Upcoming Film The Walking Deceased appeared first on Dread Central. »
- John Squires
The hits keep coming for The Walking Dead's Daryl Dixon. Norman Reedus' alter ego first lost his brother, Merle (Michael Rooker), when Rick (Andrew Lincoln) chained him to a rooftop in Atlanta — then a second time when he resurfaced in season three with a loyalty to The Governor when he died during the group's vicious battle. That came after Daryl devoted what felt like an eternity searching for friend Carol's (Melissa McBride) young daughter Sophia (Madison Lintz) during season two, only to find the girl locked up in Hershel's barn — as a zombie. See more 'The Walking Dead's' Most
- Lesley Goldberg
"Back and forth this season between shooting, I have been recording and I feel like Atlanta is definitely getting infused into my songs or even just the people that I'm meeting and my perspective on things, because one thing I do like to do in my songs is I do like to draw from my life and the things that I'm going through, so that will definitely come through," Emily told Access Hollywood of the ...
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- firstname.lastname@example.org (AccessHollywood.com Editorial Staff)
The 100 may well be one of the best sci-fi shows currently on the air. If you gave up on it early on, now's the time to catch up...
This review contains spoilers.
Having one of your main characters kill 18 people in a single scene is something a show like The 100 can’t really come back from. Murphy was one thing (though the show doesn’t let us forget), smothering a couple of sickly redshirts after being captured and tortured by the Grounders, but what Finn did was painted as a much more loaded act from the moment it happened.
He killed a bunch of the ‘opposition’ in the middle of a war that didn’t need to begin in the first place, and his panicked response to Clarke possibly being in danger is what led everyone to the precarious, dangerous place they occupy in this mid-season finale.
And so, »
2014 saw the current ‘Golden Age Of Television’ continue unabated, with a number of truly wonderful new shows making their bows throughout the year. Television is now the premier medium for gifted writers to tell long-form stories and this year saw the beginnings of quite a few that will be around for many years to come, if there’s any justice at least.
As well as these quality newcomers, audiences were also treated to brilliant seasons of returning favourites, and the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video continued to cement their reputations as destinations for many viewers to binge watch entire seasons of the best shows, as well as putting out their own incredibly popular shows.
In 2014, the distinction between movie talent and TV talent continued to disappear, with many established film stars taking on their own shows, spurred on by the benefits of shorter seasons on cable »
- Michael Gordon
AMC‘s The Walking Dead Slabtown Review. Walking With The Dead: The Walking Dead Podcast: Season 5, Episode 4: Slabtown is an audio podcast review in which FilmBook contributor Mike Smith discusses his reaction the latest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead. The Walking Dead: Season 5, Episode 4: Slabtown‘s plot synopsis (spoilers): [...]
Continue reading: Walking With The Dead: The Walking Dead Podcast S5E4 – Slabtown »
- Michael Smith
Telltale Games is bringing Minecraft fans a new adventure next year...
It would seem as though no popular licence is immune to the Telltale magic, and the adventure game experts have now turned their eyes to Mojang's massive hit, Minecraft.
It's been announced that Telltale is working on a new adventure, Minecraft: Story Mode, which will be an episodic jaunt through the world of Minecraft that will feature characters and themes from the sandbox game, woven into a new story-driven adventure.
The team plans to try and make the game as Minecraft-like as possible, and has taken heavy influence from the Minecraft community, as well as the original title.
Some features were also revealed. Here's what they said:
• Mojang is collaborating with Telltale and members of the community to make Minecraft: Story Mode as Minecrafty as possible.
• The first episode will be released some time in 2015, and will be available on Xbox consoles, »
Rooster Teeth’s anime web series Rwby is so popular that its characters are now best-selling action figures. The Austin-based production studio (recently acquired by Fullscreen for an undisclosed amount) created a line of Rwby figures with McFarlane Toys, and is now creating limited-run, museum-quality versions with China’s Threezero.
Rooster Teeth’s CEO Matt Hullum told Tubefilter his company (which just partnered with local Toy Joy for a pop-in retail store) was first interested in creating toys based on Rwby when the employees saw how cool the character designs were. He knew “people would want to interact with them,” like how when he was a kid he always wished he could have toys from his favorite shows.
As soon as Rooster Teeth started considering Rwby figures, Hullum said his team immediately thought of McFarlane Toys. The toy company was founded in 1994 by comic book artist Todd McFarlane. McFarlane Toys is well-known for its high-quality, »
- Bree Brouwer
The Telltale formula knows no bounds, it seems, after the revered developing team announced plans today to partner with Mojang to bring Minecraft: Story Mode to a plethroa of platforms in 2015.
As this is coming by way of Telltale Games, the all-new game will be an episodic, narrative-driven series — yes, you read that right — and we understand that the first installment will make its bow next year across PlayStation and Xbox platforms, as well as PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices.
“Minecraft: Story Mode will be an all-new narrative-driven game series. Set in the world of Minecraft, the series will feature an original story, driven by player choice. It will not be an add-on for Minecraft, but rather a separate stand-alone product that will premiere in 2015 on consoles, computers and mobile devices. Telltale’s game series will mix new characters with familiar themes, in an entirely original Minecraft experience, inspired »
- Michael Briers
We’ve seen Maggie Greene go through a lot of terror and turmoil on AMC’s The Walking Dead, and after the devastating events of the mid-season 5 finale we could see a different side of the resilient fighter in upcoming episodes. In the meantime, now available from Gentle Giant is a Maggie statue armed with a machete, assault rifle, and a grim stare that shows the warrior within.
Standing 18 inches tall, Gentle Giant’s 1/4 scale Maggie statue is now available for $359.99 and is expected to arrive on collectors’ doorsteps in late 2015. We have the item’s official details and image below (via BigBadToyStore):
“Product Size: 18″
Born and raised on a farm, Maggie grew up learning how to carry her own. Her father, Hershel, raised her the best he could after the death of her mother. After the dead began to rise from the grave, Maggie helped her father and »
- Derek Anderson
Story-driven experiences created by a game developer are definitely not the first thing players may think of when discussing Minecraft, but it's most certainly a quality that's come to define developer Telltale Games. And so while the idea of a Minecraft game all about narrative and characters may seem odd, it makes all the more sense when it's in the hands of the team behind The Walking Dead and Tales from the Borderlands. »
- Jonathon Dornbush
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