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The Oath Season 2 Trailer, Release Date, Cast and More

Joseph Baxter Jan 10, 2019

Crime drama The Oath unveils its second season, which streams for free on Sony's Crackle.

The Oath Season 2 will see the Sony Crackle crime series starring Sean Bean continue fulfilling its title.

News of The Oath Season 2 renewal arrived at the upfront presentation at Sony Headquarters in New York, just a little over a month after The Oath made its March 8 premiere on Crackle. The series is, as Sony Crackle claims, the most-watched new original series in the platform’s history, with the highest episode-to-episode retention rate.

The Oath Season 2 Trailer

The trailer for the second season of The Oath has arrived, teasing a rapidly-evolving dynamic for the Ravens, resulting in the formation of shady secret alliances.

Video of The Oath Season 2 Official Trailer - Only on Sony Crackle February 21 The Oath Season 2 Release Date

The Oath Season 2 is set to stream for free on Crackle starting on February 21.

The series,
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Jonas Akerlund on Black Metal, Mayhem and the Making of 'Lords of Chaos'

Jonas Akerlund on Black Metal, Mayhem and the Making of 'Lords of Chaos'
Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund may be most celebrated for his extensive music video and concert film output, collaborating with everyone from Madonna to Metallica, Roxette to Rammstein, the Smashing Pumpkins to the Prodigy. His movies, however, brim with an equally intense aesthetic and off-the-cuff kineticism: Spun, Åkerlund's delirious 2002 debut feature, is now widely considered a pinnacle of drug-culture–cinema epics; Small Apartments, his 2012 movie about an outsider searching for his place in the world, would probably attain similar cult status if only it'd reached a larger audience. (In between, he also made the crime-thriller Horsemen,
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TVLine Items: Good Omens First Look at Jon Hamm, The Oath Trailer and More

TVLine Items: Good Omens First Look at Jon Hamm, The Oath Trailer and More
Jon Hamm is looking positively angelic in Amazon’s forthcoming adaptation of the Neil Gaiman/Terry Pratchett fantasy novel Good Omens.

As previously reported, the Mad Men alum will assume the role of archangel Gabriel. The photo below, released on Thursday, features our first glimpse of Hamm as God’s impeccably dressed messenger.

Good Omens is set to premiere in 2019.

RelatedAmerican Gods EPs Bryan Fuller and Michael Green Exit Ahead of Season 2

Ready for more of today’s newsy nuggets? Well…

* Crackle’s 10-episode drama The Oath, starring Ryan Kwanten (True Blood) and Sean Bean (Game of Thrones), will premiere on Thursday,
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Good Omens casts its Beelzebub and Horsemen

The adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens has just filled out several more of its cast.

The series has found three of four Horsemen of the Apocalypse as well as the ultimate demon Beelzebub for the Amazon and BBC Two series. Anna Maxwell Martin (Becoming Jane) will star as Beelzebub while Mireille Enos (The Killing) will play War, Lourdes Faberes (Knightfall) as Pollution and Yusuf Gatewood (The Originals) as Famine.

On Martin’s casting, Gaiman said “We already have a stellar cast, and now Anna Maxwell Martin will be the Beelzebub of our dreams. Well, nightmares.”

“A script this clever, this smart, this current is very rare,” said Enos. “How could I turn down playing one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse??? Especially with the incredible group who’s come together to make it. It’s going to be Fun!”

“It’s a gift for
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Good Omens Casts Catch, Originals Actors as Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Good Omens Casts Catch, Originals Actors as Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Amazon’s Good Omens has cast Beelzebub and the Horsemen of the Apocalypse — but there’s a Catch… actor involved.

The Catch‘s Mireille Enos and The OriginalsYusuf Gatewood will play the Horsemen of War and Famine, respectively, in Amazon’s forthcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s novel, TVLine has learned.

RelatedJon Hamm Joins Amazon’s Good Omens in Expanded Angelic Role

“A script this clever, this smart, this current is very rare,” Enos said via statement. “How could I turn down playing one of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse??? Especially with the incredible

group
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Mads Mikkelsen Set To Star in The Action-Thriller Polar Based on the Dark Horse Graphic Novel

Mads Mikkelsen (Rogue One, Hannibal, Doctor Strange, Casino Royale) is set to star in a feature film adaptation of the Dark Horse graphic novel Polar: Came With the Cold by Victor Santos. The film is an action-thriller that will simply be called Polar and it's set in the dark underworld of political assassins. Mikkelsen will play one of these assassins and it sounds like a freakin' great role for him to take on!

Mikkelsen will play the world’s top assassin Duncan Vizla, A.K.A the Black Kaiser who is retiring when his former employer marks him as a liability to the firm. Against his will, he soon finds himself being hunted by an army of younger, faster, ruthless killers who will stop at nothing to have him silenced. Having no choice but to return to the shadowy life he thought he’d left behind, he must use
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Wonder Woman 2 Brings in Expendables and Godzilla Writer

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Wonder Woman 2 Brings in Expendables and Godzilla Writer
Warner Bros. is certainly wasting no time moving forward on Wonder Woman 2. Just two days after Wonder Woman 2 director Patty Jenkins closed her deal to direct the superhero sequel, the studio has brought in writer Dave Callaham (The Expendables) to work on the script with the director and Geoff Johns. Unfortunately, no story details for the sequel have been confirmed, but with a new writer on board, we may hear more about this superhero sequel soon.

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news today, revealing that both Patty Jenkins and Geoff Johns had been working on a Wonder Woman 2 treatment for the past several months, and now Dave Callaham will join the writing fold. Patty Jenkins has talked about setting this sequel in two very different time periods. Just after the theatrical release of Wonder Woman, the director stated that she plans to bring the story back to present day for the sequel,
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‘Twin Peaks’: Let’s Talk About the Birth of Bob, Laura Palmer, the Woodsmen and Whatever That Critter Is

‘Twin Peaks’: Let’s Talk About the Birth of Bob, Laura Palmer, the Woodsmen and Whatever That Critter Is
[Editor’s Note: The following contains spoilers from “Twin Peaks” Episode 8 titled “Part 8 – Gotta Light?”]

What was only hinted at in the third episode of “Twin Peaks” became a full-blown surrealistic experience in Sunday’s avant-garde “Part 8.”

Despite the experimental filmmaking and very little dialogue, the 50-minute bombardment of sound and fury coalesced into an intriguing origin story that promised a lot more sense in the contemporary story to come. Giving historical context to some of the things we’ve seen so far anchors the story in a way that it hasn’t been before. But this wasn’t just the story of one birth, but of many. Let’s break those and a few other theories down:

Read More: ‘Twin PeaksReview: Part 8 Aims for Maximum Weirdness and Succeeds

What About Bob?

The evil spirit (Frank Silva) we first met in the original series has been riding along with Evil Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) in some sort of weird, mutual symbiosis. It seemed that
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Theresa vs Boris: How May Became Pm review – a timely mix of treachery and Mayhem

This docudrama is a lot of fun – until you remember that these are the people running the country

Ha! Nice choice of music at the start of Theresa vs Boris: How May Became Pm (BBC2, Sunday). Johnny Cash’s The Man Comes Around, with all its biblical references – Revelations, the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, which in turn leads you to infectious disease, evil, empire prosperity, empire division, imperial oppression, destroying an empire … it’s perfect isn’t it? Almost as if Johnny C wrote it about the Tory party.

This docudrama, which covers the three weeks between the Brexit vote and Theresa May being installed at No 10 was obviously commissioned pre the snap election – they must have thought all the action was in the past. But the timing works well. Now that May seems to be very much on the way down, what better time for a reminder of how her rise came about?
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U.K. Now Casting: Supporting Roles in Feature Film + More Jobs

These four projects are looking for U.K. actors like you, and we have all the details you need to apply. Don’t head off into the weekend without checking out these great gigs! “Awakening”“Awakening,” a feature film billed as “a different angle of the Four Horsemen of the apocalypse,” is casting male and female talent of various ages for four supporting roles. The project will shoot in Dublin, Ireland, on to-be-announced dates, and will provide some pay. Brendon Hansford Music Videoa music video “with a focus on choreographed dance” is casting dancers for supporting roles. Seeking male and female performers ages 18–45 who are “physically and technically strong dancers who can portray emotion on film,” the piece will shoot in London. Pay will be £250, minus 20 percent commission. “Bullet Hole”Actors are needed for two leading roles in “Bullet Hole,” a nonunion play about a “young woman in London who
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U.K. Now Casting: Nonunion Touring Production of ‘Matilda the Musical’ + More

This week’s U.K. casting roundup is for talent of all ages, including lead and supporting roles in the Olivier Award–winning “Matilda the Musical.” Apply for that and more right now! “Matilda The Musical”Young actors, ages 8–13, are needed for an upcoming touring production of the Olivier Award–winning “Matilda the Musical.” Seeking nonunion talent for multiple roles including the titular troublemaker, for the production running December–September 2018, throughout Ireland and the U.K. “Awakening”Talent is needed for four supporting roles in “Awakening,” a feature film billed as “a story with a different angle of the Four Horsemen of the apocalypse.” The piece will shoot at to-be-determined dates in Dublin, Ireland, and will provide some pay. “Scrooge”Male and female talent ages 8–21 is needed for “Scrooge,” a nonunion musical that will be a “magical new version” of the classic “A Christmas Carol.” A performance run is slated for Nov.
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Watch the reveal trailer for Darksiders III

Thq Nordic and Gunfire Games have released a reveal trailer for Darksiders III, the latest entry in the hack and slash RPG series; check it out here…

“As promised, we have taken our time to ensure that this next Darksiders will be everything action-adventure gamers and especially Darksiders loyalists could dream of and more,” said Lars Wingefors, Co-Founder and Group CEO, Thq Nordic Ab.

“The Gunfire team brings an intimate involvement with every aspect of the Darksiders franchise since its inception,” added Reinhard Pollice, Director of Business and Product Development, Thq Nordic. “There is simply no team better qualified to create Darksiders III, beginning with our unpredictable and enigmatic hero Fury – a mage who is considered the most powerful of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse!”

Return to an apocalyptic planet Earth in Darksiders III, a hack-n-slash action adventure where players take on the role of Fury in her quest
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THQNordic Confirms Darksiders III With A Trailer

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Another day, another retailer leaking out details of a game that hasn't been announced yet.  In an effort to get ahead of the story, THQNordic has confirmed Darksiders III with a swanky new trailer!

After Amazon inadvertantly (or possibly advertantly) posted a retail page for Darksiders III, THQNordic wasted no time in confirming the leak to be true, acknowledging that the developer had been in cahoots with the Gunfire Games studio to create a 3rd game in the Darksiders franchise.  Since that wouldn't be enough to sate our thirst for more, they gave IGN the honors to release the first trailer for Darksiders III.

Just as Dustin reported in his previous article, Darksiders III follows Fury, the sister of the Horsemen of the Apocalypse, as she tries to fend off the seven deadly sins that are ravaging the mortal world. 

As of now, Darksiders III is slated for a 2018 release date.
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Entertainment or Propaganda? A Brief and Critical Look at 'Christian Films'

Christian movies: Starring Nicolas Cage, the widely panned 2014 apocalyptic thriller 'Left Behind' was a box office bomb – unlike (relatively) recent popular 'faith movies' such as 'Heaven Is for Real,' 'Son of God' and 'War Room.' A thought on the New Christian American Cinema: Tired of the blatant propaganda found in 'mainstream' Christian movies Two films that might be called “Christian movies” opened last week, and I decided that I wouldn't watch them, write about them, or review them – at least directly. I'm not even going to mention their titles here because I don't promote propaganda films, and that's what this recent advent of Christian movies has become: propaganda. After all, since nearly all American cinema is Christian cinema, the New Christian American Cinema is in fact pure propaganda – not cinema. Worse yet, it bores me. So, here's the thing about what we've come to call
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Sleepy Hollow Ep Teases Henry's Role in Finale, Crane's 'Ultimate Challenge'

Sleepy Hollow Ep Teases Henry's Role in Finale, Crane's 'Ultimate Challenge'
Will the real Henry Parrish please stand up?

John Noble made his heralded (second) return to Sleepy Hollow Friday, but not quite as his usual alter ego, Henry Parrish. Instead, the Fringe vet showed up as an amalgam of Ichabod’s memories of him — preserved in the glass jar at The Vault since the despair demon incident — mixed with the blood of the Horseman of War.

Who happened to be Ichabod at the time. (Don’t worry: The Revolutionary War captain was back to his normal self by the end of the episode.)

RelatedFox’s Sleepy Hollow: Keep or Cut?
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Thelma Schoonmaker interview: editing Silence, Scorsese, Michael Powell

Ryan Lambie Dec 23, 2016

Editor Thelma Schoonmaker talks to us about Martin Scorsese’s new film, Silence, taking risks in filmmaking and lots more...

Name a great Scorsese movie, and it’ll almost certainly have been edited by Thelma Schoonmaker. From 1980 onwards, the pair have been inseparable, with Schoonmaker cutting such classics as Raging Bull, The King Of Comedy, After Hours, Goodfellas, Casino and Gangs Of New York. Scorsese’s latest film is Silence, a powerful, heartfelt period piece about the limits of faith. Starring Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver as a pair of Jesuit priests who witness the torture and execution of Christians in 17th century Japan, the movie is a stark tonal contrast to The Wolf Of Wall Street, Scorsese’s wilfully gaudy, giddy account of drug-addled millionaire corporate crook Jordan Belfort.

See related John Carney interview: Sing Street, X-Men, Hitchcock & more Den Of Geek films of the year:
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‘Darksiders: Warmastered Edition’ Review: Angels, Demons, I’m The Guy With The Sword

The Darksiders series -- well, at least the first half of the proposed four games -- has developed a rabid fanbase in the almost seven years since it first hit the PS3 and Xbox 360. The story of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, thrust into the Endwar between heaven and hell, has resonated with many gamers, and now developer Vigil Games and the newly branded Thq Nordic have released a remastered version of the first game, Darksiders: Warmastered Edition for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One (and Wii U), and there is no better time to try out this amazing series and see for yourself why these first two games are so beloved.

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition is a single player action button masher that plays like an unholy marriage of Sony's God of War and Nintendo's Legend of Zelda games. Taking control of the horseman War, the player is tasked with
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Darksiders: Warmastered Edition Review

Despite opening its doors in 2005, comic book artist Joe Madureira’s Vigil Games didn’t bring anything to market until 2010, when it unleashed the original Darksiders unto the world. A debut effort worth celebrating, it did a great job of mixing God of War-inspired combat with the puzzle solving and large-scale exploration of a game like Zelda, with an interesting story to boot. However, as is sometimes the case, the mash-up’s release window did it no favours, given that Platinum’s beloved Bayonetta launched in close proximity and took the brunt of gamers’ attention.

As someone who played through both of those titles at release, I’ve always held the opinion that Darksiders didn’t get the attention it deserved, and that it still doesn’t. Sure, it has a fanbase and was enjoyed by those who played it, and while I may be in the minority in saying this,
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'Game of Thrones': Inside Four of the Biggest Battles

'Game of Thrones': Inside Four of the Biggest Battles
"Blackwater." "The Watchers on the Wall." "Hardhome." "The Battle of the Bastards." It's rare enough for characters on a TV show to become household names, but on Game of Thrones, all it takes is a major battle for an episode title to lodge into pop-culture consciousness – like a sword plunged through steel armor.

So far, HBO's smash-hit series has served up a quartet of colossal clashes: the episode-spanning fights for King's Landing and Castle Black that served as climaxes for Seasons Two and Four, and the shorter but no less
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X-Men: Apocalypse Review: Quicksilver Steals the Show Again

X-Men: Apocalypse Review: Quicksilver Steals the Show Again
X-Men: Apocalypse is a solidly entertaining film that doesn't quite reach the lofty heights of Captain America: Civil War. Some parts are excellent, truly magnificent to see, while others fall prey to convention and formula. Director Bryan Singer and three-time X-Men screenwriter Simon Kinberg do a fantastic job weaving together all of the films into a cohesive storyline. There's a mountain of history on screen for these characters. Even though we're introduced to the core X-Men as teenagers, they are supremely familiar to us. Everyone has a favorite walking in, but just as he did in X-Men: Days of Future Past, Quicksilver (Evan Peters) runs away with this film. That's it for spoilers.

The story picks up ten years later in 1983. Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence) has become an icon to disaffected mutants. She crusades to save her kind from the worst exploitation, while Charles Xavier's (James McAvoy) school for mutants has flourished.
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