The series boasts quite the cast with Monica Bellucci, Michael Cera, Richard Chamberlain, David Duchovny, Sky Ferreira, Robert Forster, Ernie Hudson, David Patrick Kelly, David Koechner, Jane Levy, Matthew Lillard, Bérénice Marlohe, Derek Mears, Sara Paxton, Max Perlich, Trent Reznor, Tim Roth, John Savage, Harry Dean Stanton, Ethan Suplee, Russ Tamblyn, Eddie Vedder and Alicia Witt all showing up – Bu that’s just the key names. There’s a full, extensive list over here if you’d like to know them all.
David Lynch is directing the entire 18 episodes, and the show is expected to land in 2017. Check out the new poster below.
The post Here’s the poster for the new ‘Twin Peaks’ TV
Newcomers to the series include Monica Bellucci, Jim Belushi, Michael Cera, Jeremy Davies, Laura Dern, Sky Ferreira, Robert Forster, Meg Foster, Ashley Judd, David Koechner, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Matthew Lillard, Derek Mears, Sara Paxton, Ernie Hudson, Naomi Watts, Trent Reznor, The Walking Dead‘s Josh McDermitt, and many more.
Returning actors include Kyle MacLachlan, Ray Wise, Harry Dean Stanton, Alicia Witt, and more. Below, we have the official press release and full cast list:
Press Release: Los Angeles, CA – April 25, 2016 – Principal photography has concluded on the highly-anticipated new Twin Peaks for Showtime. And today, Showtime, David Lynch and Mark Frost are revealing a key piece of the mystery:
The ensemble includes a whopping 217 actors -- yes, you read that right -- and amid all the returning faces, there are also a bunch of surprising, big-name newbies along for the ride this time around. (We've embedded the entire list at the end of this post.)
Original cast members that will be back include many previously-announced people, and the ensemble will feature the likes of Kyle MacLachlan, Sherilyn Fenn, Madchen Amick, Sheryl Lee, Dana Ashbrook, David Duchovny, Miguel Ferrer, Grace Zabriskie, Peggy Lipton, Ray Wise, Wendy Robie, Russ Tamblyn, and Catherine E. Coulson, among many others.
As for the newcomers, some of the bold names that stand out include Monica Bellucci, Jim Belushi, Michael Cera, Laura Dern, Jay R. Ferguson (a.k.a. Stan from "Mad Men"), Ernie Hudson ("Ghostbusters"), Ashley Judd,
There are quite a few people involved, and we’re going to need a deep breath to get through it, so here goes. Appearing in the new season, which will be an 18-episode revival due in 2017, will be: Monica Bellucci, Michael Cera, Richard Chamberlain, David Duchovny, Sky Ferreira, Robert Forster, Ernie Hudson, David Patrick Kelly, David Koechner, Jane Levy, Matthew Lillard, Bérénice Marlohe, Derek Mears, Sara Paxton, Max Perlich, Trent Reznor, Tim Roth, John Savage, Harry Dean Stanton, Ethan Suplee, Russ Tamblyn, Eddie Vedder and Alicia Witt. That’s just the key names. There’s a full, extensive list over here if you’d like to know them all.
Also appearing are: Kyle MacLachlan as Dale Cooper, Sherilyn Fenn as Audrey Horne, Sheryl Lee as Laura Palmer, Mädchen Amick as Shelly Johnson,
The episode count for the David Lynch-directed series was always in question, but that tweet suggested we'd be getting even more episodes than originally planned. Said tweet has since been deleted, so we'll have to wait to see how that pans out.
in the meantime in more official news, Showtime, Lynch and Mark Frost has released the official cast list for the new series with a whopping 217 names across the various episodes - a list that includes some real surprise big name inclusions such as Monica Bellucci, Michael Cera, Naomi Watts, Tim Roth, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Eddie Vedder, Ashley Judd, Ernie Hudson, Jim Belushi, Richard Chamberlain, Laura Dern,
Parts of "Justified" have always felt familiar, built as it is on the foundation of westerns and cop shows. What really stands out in the premiere, though, is how the show has succeeded in creating a world where Raylan Givens, Boyd Crowder and most everyone else we spend time with is surrounded by their past. Old associations, acquaintances and grudges are next to impossible to shake. There's now an almost physical feeling of the past hanging over them.
It's what's driving Boyd in his new heroin business with Wynn Duffy -- he needs fast money to help get Ava out of prison, only to
Question: Glee got me reeled in with this whole “catfishing of Ryder Lynn” story line, and now I’m dying to know: Is “Katie” a dude? And if so, will Ryder figure it out any time soon?
Ausiello: Ryder’s not exactly Sherlock Holmes, but he begins to put together some of the puzzle pieces in this Thursday’s episode. What’s surprising, though, is that one massive clue — which points to the culprit being a person in
If Max Perlich’s diminutive, follicle-challenged Sammy Tonin seems like an unlikely successor to the throne Theo Tonin recently abdicated, that’s because he is. As season 4 progressed, the shadow of Sammy’s father took on an almost mythical quality – he was an invisible boogeyman to some and a vengeful god to others, but all that power couldn’t prevent Raylan Givens from making sure Drew Thompson (a.k.a. Shelby Parlow) lived to ensure Theo’s retirement in Tunisia happened a little earlier than anyone had imagined.
In the end, Sammy’s ascension – highlighted by a brief ...
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Carnage, I tell you. Absolute carnage.
By the time the nominees for the 85th annual Academy Awards were revealed, the overwhelming buzz coming out of nomination morning was not about who was included, but who was left off the list.
Because there were so many names left off.
Usually, you can count on one or two well regarded names missing out on an Oscar nomination. It’s just the way it goes when there are only five nominees in most categories. Some people get left behind. But this year represents a high water mark in the number of heavily favored, big name individuals whose names were not called… the supposed locks that weren’t locked in at all. A whole swath of expectations crashed and burned.
Talk about a bloodbath.
The most jaw-dropping omissions took place within the Director’s category.
The Director’s Guild nominations,
Inland Empire (2006)
Financed completely independently and filmed over a period of two years on new digital HD camera’s Inland Empire was initially a collection of scenes cobbled together from both Lynch’s own website (the Rabbits shorts) and scenes he would film with Laura Dern. Eventually the project started to take on some form of narrative plot and Lynch filmed scenes involving
Stars: Paul Sampson, David Carradine, Udo Kier, Norman Reedus, Billy Drago, Max Perlich | Written and Directed by Paul Sampson
Knights Templar (also known as Night of the Templar) is a strange film; in fact it should not work. It’s a simple slasher wrapped around the legend of the Knights Templar, the plot is simple, the kills themselves are not really imaginative and the acting is for the most part is quite poor (probably down to wafer thin character development). The fact is though I actually found it quite enjoyable.
When one of the Knights Templar is double-crossed by the other knights he swears revenge by returning after “ten lifetimes”. Jump about seven hundred years to get to the present day and a group of people are brought together for a fantasy weekend. It’s not too long before each of the group start to die strangely at
In the course of one night, identities will be revealed, destinies met and a poetic justice of the macabre will be maniacally served, as a merciless Knight resurrects after 700 years to fulfill his vow and bestow a blood-thirst reprisal upon his enemies' reanimated spirits.
They had their time... Now it's His! This is Night of the Templar, from actor, writer, and director Paul Sampson, a new blend of action, comedy, horror and mystery that is set to debut at Cannes on Sunday, May 13th. We have the exclusive poster for you to check out,
For those unfamiliar with the show, the series star Raylan Givens as played by Timothy Olyphant is described as a a quirky but dedicated U.S. Deputy Marshal who, having committed a justified killing in Florida – he shot a hit man who had drawn a gun on Raylan with the intention of killing him – finds himself re-assigned to a backwater town in Kentucky. Raylan is familiar with the area, having grown-up near by and spent much of his life trying to escape from it. Suffice to say Raylan was not pleased to be transferred there. While adjusting to his new life ghosts from Raylan’s past including former lovers, friends who are now involved in criminal activity,
Arkin has directed five episodes of "Justified," including the Season 1 finale. He'll be appearing in episode 311 and the Season 3 finale.
Executive producer Graham Yost tells EW that viewers will get more back story on Quarles and Theo in episode 310.
"Theo saved his life, but in a weird way," Yost says.
He also adds that Arkin will have a unique look for his "Justified" acting debut.
"I don't want to give it away. There is a physical tweak that Adam asked for," he says. "Adam wanted to be distinctive, so when you see it, it's like, Oh wow, that's pretty wild. He's not dressed as a pirate or anything. But he looks cool."
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