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RUNAWAYS: James Marsters talks Season 1 of Hulu’s Marvel series – Exclusive Interview

James Marsters in MARVEL'S RUNAWAYS - Season 1 | ©2018 Hulu

At this point, actor James Marsters has done plenty of straight drama and comedy – and time in a rock band, Ghost of the Robot – but he continues to uphold his genre cred. After his indelible performance as the vampire Spike in BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and ANGEL, Marsters’s roles have included anti-human Brainiac on SMALLVILLE, religious zealot Barnabas Greeley on CAPRICA, galactic traveler Captain John Hart on TORCHWOOD, and many more. Now Marsters has added series regular Victor Stein in Hulu’s RUNAWAYS to the list. Adapted by Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage from the Marvel Comics saga created […]Read On »

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BAD SAMARITAN: Director Dean Devlin tackles new thriller starring David Tennant – Exclusive Interview

Director Dean Devlin on the set of BAD SAMARITAN | ©2018 Electric Entertainment

In BAD SAMARITAN, in theaters now, a nice guy making wrong choices finds himself tangling with a psychopath. Dean Devlin directed the script by Brandon Boyce, which introduces us to parking valets Sean (Robert Sheehan) and Derek (Carlito Olivero), who have found a much better income source than tips. Using the tech in the cars they handle, they burglarize the owners’ homes, then get the vehicles back before the people have finished their meals. One night, Cale Erendreich (David Tennant), who demonstrates that he’s a major jerk in the brief space of time it takes him to turn over his […]Read On »

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BAD SAMARITAN: Robert Sheehan plays cat and mouse with David Tennant – Exclusive Interview

Robert Sheehan in BAD SAMARITAN | ©2018 Electric Entertainment

In the thriller BAD SAMARITAN, opening today, Robert Sheehan stars as Sean Falco. Sean is a young Irishman living in Portland, Oregon, where he works as a parking valet – and moonlights as a burglar, using the tech inside the cars to get into the owners’ homes while they’re dining. Directed by Dean Devlin and written by Brandon Boyce, BAD SAMARITAN explores what happens when Sean stumbles upon a kidnap victim (Kerry Condon) in a home he’s planning to rob. Too scared to free her, Sean flees. Consumed with guilt, Sean promptly resolves to save the woman, which puts him […]Read On »

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David Tennant chats about his new thriller BAD SAMARITAN – Interview

BAD SAMARITAN poster | ©2018 Electric Entertainment

In the new film thriller BAD SAMARITAN, opening nationwide on Friday, May 4, parking valet/burglar Sean, played by Robert Sheehan, tries to rescue a kidnapped woman from wealthy, techno-savvy American psychopath Cale Erendreich, portrayed by David Tennant. BAD SAMARITAN is written by Brandon Boyce and directed and executive produced by Dean Devlin. Tennant and Boyce both appeared at a press conference with Sheehan and Devlin to discuss the creepy new thriller (watch this space for exclusive interviews with the latter two). Scottish actor Tennant is beloved worldwide for playing the Tenth Doctor on DOCTOR WHO. Other recent roles have included […]Read On »

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LIVING BIBLICALLY: David Krumholtz talks about new CBS comedy and his Tweet about Woody Allen – Interview

David Krumholtz as Rabbi Gil in LIVING BIBLICALLY - Season 1 | ©2018 CBS/Smallz + Raskind

In CBS’s Monday night comedy LIVING BIBLICALLY, based on the nonfiction book by A.J. Jacobs, Chip Curry (Jay R. Ferguson) determines that he’s going to spend a year trying to live as closely as possible to the dictates of the Bible – even though nobody around him is doing the same. David Krumholtz plays Rabbi Gil, who along with Ian Gomez’s character Father Gene, is one of Chip’s spiritual consultants. Native New Yorker Krumholtz costarred last year in HBO’s THE DEUCE as adult film director Harvey Wasserman. The actor also starred in six seasons of the CBS procedural NUMB3RS as […]Read On »

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THE AMERICANS: Actor Matthew Rhys on the final season – exclusive interview

Matthew Rhys as Philip Jennings in THE AMERICANS | © 2018 Fx

FX Networks’s THE AMERICANS is now in its sixth and final season on Wednesday nights. It’s now the mid-‘80s. Matthew Rhys’s character, the secretly Russian Philip Jennings, has stopped spying for the K.G.B. and is now really working as the travel agent he’s been pretending to be for years. However, since Philip’s wife Elizabeth (Keri Russell) is more devoted than ever to the Soviet cause and has recruited their daughter Paige (Holly Taylor), danger is still present in family life. Things become especially tense as Philip and Elizabeth find they disagree over what they think Russian policy should be going […]Read On »

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WISDOM OF THE CROWD: Natalia Tena also talks GAME OF THRONES and HARRY POTTER – Interview

Natalia Tena stars as Sara Morton in WISDOM OF THE CROWD - Season 1 | ©2017 CBS/Brendan Meadows

In CBS’s Sunday-night drama WISDOM OF THE CROWD, Jeremy Piven plays tech billionaire Jeffrey Tanner. After his daughter is murdered, Jeffrey walks away from his phenomenally successful company to concentrate on a crime-solving crowd-sourced algorithm. It’s meant to catch the killer, but it winds up helping solve a lot of other cases as well. Natalia Tena (pronounced, she says, TEN-ah) plays Sara Morton, Jeffrey’s business and romantic partner. The English actress is recognized all over the world for playing the Wildling Osha in GAME OF THRONES and Nymphadora Tonks in the HARRY POTTER franchise (and, it turns out, for a […]Read On »

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Movie Review: INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY

INSIDIOUS THE LAST KEY movie poster | ©2017 Universal Pictures

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Lin Shaye, Angus Sampson, Leigh Whannell, Caitlin Gerard, Spencer Locke, Rob Stewart, Kirk Acevedo, Ava Kolker, Pierce Pope Writer: Leigh Whannell, based on characters created by Leigh Whannell Director: Adam Robitel Distributor: Universal Pictures Release Date: January 5, 2018 INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY is the fourth film in the INSIDIOUS series, following the effectively scary 2010 original, the retcon-happy 2013 sequel and the decent 2015 prequel. In the manner of STAR WARS chronology, INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY is set after the events of INSIDIOUS 3 but before the first INSIDIOUS. Not to worry: even for people who haven’t […]Read On »

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Movie Review: STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI

STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI movie poster | ©2017 Lucasfilm

Rating: PG-13 Stars: Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Lupita Nyong’o, Domnhall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, Gwendoline Christie, Kelly Marie Tran, Laura Dern Benicio Del Toro, Joonas Suotamo Writer: Rian Johnson, based on characters created by George Lucas Director: Rian Johnson Distributor: Disney Release Date: December 14, 2017 By now, it is evident that any kind of adaptation of pre-existing material – sequels, books into films, films into TV series, and so on – is going to get a very strong reaction from people who have strong sentiments about the original. This means […]Read On »

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Dorking Out – Episode 79: The Last Jedi Review Spectacular Edition

Dorking Out Podcast | © 2017 Dorking Out Show

Hey there, dorks. In this episode, we review a little movie called THE LAST JEDI. Raymond Scott Daigle joins us to talk about it. We have a good discussion about what we want from our STAR WARS movies, and what we got (or didn’t get) from this new installment. We get into spoilers pretty quick, so you should definitely see the movie first before listening. We hope you enjoy our dorky podcast. You can listen to us here, or you can find us on iTunes and Stitcher. Related: Movie Review: STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI

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