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Wormwood Interview: Christian Camargo on Errol Morris' Netflix Series

Wormwood, all new 6-part Netflix series created by master documentarian Errol Morris, streams and also gets a limited release in theaters as a 240-minute film on December 15. Morris, known for his unique style and journalistic candor in finding the truth, achieves something truly unique and remarkable here. I had a chance to talk to one of the stars (in the narrative part of the series), Christian Camargo, a veteran stage actor, known for his dramatic roles in Dexter and Penny Dreadful. Camargo plays a conflicted military scientist who witnesses a murder of a fellow scientist and the government cover-up.  Eager to share his enthusiasm on the project, Camargo elaborates at length on what it's like working with Errol Morris, playing a real life character...

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“Jessica Jones” Season 2 Gets a Premiere Date and Teaser

Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones is back and as deadpan as ever. “If you say with great power comes great responsibility I swear I’ll throw up on you,” says our favorite antihero in a date announcement for Season 2 of “Jessica Jones.” New episodes of the Krysten Ritter-starrer will hit Netflix March 8.

Created by Melissa Rosenberg (“Dexter”), the series centers on Jessica, a former superhero turned hard-drinking detective who’s dealing with Ptsd. The first season of the show saw Jessica confronting Kilgrave (David Tennant, “Doctor Who”), a man capable of controlling minds — including Jessica’s.

While the clip doesn’t reveal much about “Jessica Jones’” sophomore season, a synopsis from Netflix does. Jessica is “beginning to put her life back together after murdering her tormenter, Kilgrave. Now known throughout the city as a super-powered killer, a new case makes her reluctantly confront who she really is while digging deeper
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When good TV goes bad: how bad twists and incest fantasies put Dexter on death row

For five seasons, it marshalled its absurdities to deliver a unique, darkly funny show. Then it tangled with the Doomsday trope – and saw its world end

It began with a lethal formula of black comedy and revenge-killing procedural, but bad twists and incest put Dexter on death row. It had a good run: from its debut in 2006, Showtime’s adaptation of Jeff Lindsay’s Dexter novels expertly marshalled its own absurdities to deliver a confident, darkly funny show like nothing around at the time. It was television’s first serial-killer procedural: a monster of the week format where Dexter assessed, tracked and killed whichever rapist, spree killer or assassin was in his sights. Rooting for the villain was nothing new, of course, but this took fanboying the bad boy to the next level.

Working as a blood-spatter analyst for Miami-Dade police offered Dexter the intel and expertise to carry out his campaign.
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Awesome Fan Art Imagines Dexter’s Michael C. Hall As Reverse-Flash

With Justice League failing to meet financial expectations at the box office, it’s forced many of us to ponder the future of the DC Extended Universe. And regardless of said gross, it’s the hope of many – this writer included – that we continue to see new territory being charted that, of course, includes heroes and villains who’ve not had much exposure on the big screen.

And while none of us can be too sure as to what awaits DC’s premier heroes – at least as far as team-up flicks go – some hope has been offered, because Warner Bros. are said to be keen on the Legion of Doom concept. For those unfamiliar, this cabal could be best described as the antithesis of the Justice League, uniting some of the most formidable supervillains around. Basically, if you were witness to the much talked about post-credits scene, you saw the
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Is Fear The Walking Dead now better than The Walking Dead?

Jamie Andrew Nov 27, 2017

Jamie's finally ready to make the previously unarguable argument that Fear The Walking Dead is currently stronger than its parent show...

Warning: contains spoilers for The Walking Dead and Fear The Walking Dead season 3.

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My partner and I had just finished watching the first part of Fear The Walking Dead's third season premiere. Despite new characters, a new setting, new peril, and wall-to-wall (not to mention zombie-through-wall) action, by the time the credits rolled she’d made up her mind that this was as far as she'd be following the Clark family and co on their cross-border, walker-stalker, Ex-Mex shenanigans.

“I'm done,” she said. “You’re on your own with this one.”

I didn’t know what to say. We'd been through TV
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‘Batman: Gotham by Gaslight’ Looks Bloody Interesting

Inspired by the the one-shot Elseworlds tale by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola, Batman: Gotham By Gaslight puts Batman against the real world serial killer, Jack the Ripper. Take a look at the trailer below as well as additional information about the upcoming DC and Warner Bros. Animation film.

Batman: Gotham By Gaslight takes place at the turn of the century as America’s continued industrial revolution is to be showcased at a World’s Fair hosted by Gotham City. But while the world prepares to witness the glittery glory of Gotham’s technological advances, there is a killer loose in the city’s darkest shadows. Preying on the city’s women, this killer is as precise as he is cruel. As Police Commissioner James Gordon tries to calm the fears of Gotham’s citizens regarding the butcher called Jack the Ripper, the masked vigilante Batman enacts his own detective
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‘Splitting Up Together’: Geoff Pierson Set To Recur In ABC Comedy

Dexter alum Geoff Pierson has booked a recurring role opposite Jenna Fischer and Oliver Hudson in ABC’s single-camera comedy series Splitting Up Together, from Suburgatory and Selfie creator Emily Kapnek, Ellen DeGeneres' A Very Good Prods. and Warner Bros TV. Written by Kapnek, based on the 2016 Danish series created by Mette Heeno and directed by Dean Holland, Splitting Up Together is the story of a couple, Lena (Jenna Fischer) and Martin (Oliver Hudson) whose marriage…
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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Just Received Extra Great News From ABC

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Hey, "Grey's Anatomy" fans. We've got some extra great news for you guys that we think you'll certainly enjoy hearing. Recently, the folks over at Deadline recently put out a report revealing that ABC is so pleased with the way the current season 14 is going that they decided to extend it! That's right. Apparently, ABC only originally ordered 22 episodes for this season, but now they've bumped that number up to a full 24. That means you guys can expect to get an additional two more episodes before this season is over. How do you guys feel about that? We're sure most of you are ecstatic about it. In addition to ABC extending out Grey's Anatomy's 14th season, Deadline also reported that ABC gave their hit comedy series "Black-ish" another two episodes, and they gave their show American Housewife another two episodes. That gave both of those series a total 24 episodes each.
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Grey’s Anatomy Season 14 Is Bringing On A New Female Guest

  • OnTheFlix
Hey, "Grey's Anatomy" fans. We've got some very interesting new casting news for you guys in regards to this current season 14. Recently, the folks over at Entertainment Weekly put out a new article revealing that the show has hired former"One Tree Hill" actress Bethany Joy Lenz. If any of you were "One Tree Hill" fans, you'll remember her as the one who played character Haley James Scott on that show. Entertainment Weekly pointed out that this new casting comes just after they got rid of season regular Martin Henderson aka Dr. Nathan Riggs. Bethany is scheduled to just be a guest character on Grey's Anatomy. So, it doesn't sound like she'll be sticking around for long. She might come in and do an arc that spans a few episodes and then head out. But, who knows? Anything can happen. She might stick around the whole season if they decide its better for the show.
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Grey's Anatomy: Bethany Joy Lenz Joins Season 14 Cast for Arc

Grey's Anatomy: Bethany Joy Lenz Joins Season 14 Cast for Arc
Grey’s Anatomy taketh away and now Grey’s Anatomy giveth.

On the heels of Martin Henderson’s out-of-nowhere departure as Nathan, the ABC drama has recruited One Tree Hill grad Bethany Joy Lenz to join the Season 14 cast in a recurring role, TVLine has confirmed. All that is known about the actress’ character is her name: Jenny.

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THR.com first broke the news of Lenz’ casting.

Lenz and Grey’s creator Shonda Rhimes’ paths (very briefly) crossed three years ago when Lenz was tapped to star in the original pilot for The Catch.
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'Manhunt' Producer John Goldwyn Inks First-Look Deal With Lionsgate TV

John Goldwyn is setting up shop at Lionsgate Television.

The Manhunt: Unabomber and Dexter producer has signed a first-look deal at the independent TV studio, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Through the pact, Goldwyn will develop and produce scripted TV projects for networks as well as streaming platforms through his John Goldwyn productions banner. Goldwyn will also remain attached to all future potential seasons of anthology Manhunt, which hailed from Lionsgate and aired on Discovery.

"John Goldwyn is a singular creative force in both television and film, and he is doing an incredible job leading the creative team on the Manhunt: Unabomber series...
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Film News Roundup: Live-Action ‘Dora the Explorer’ Moves Forward With Nick Stoller

Film News Roundup: Live-Action ‘Dora the Explorer’ Moves Forward With Nick Stoller
In today’s film news roundup, Paramount Players hires Nick Stoller for “Dora the Explorer,” Sean Patrick Flanery will star in racecar action film “Dirt Track,” Steve McQueen signs an overall deal with New Regency, “Mudbound” wins at Middleburg Film Festival, and Orion hires Kevin Shelby.

Project Development

The fledgling Paramount Players division has hired writer-director Nick Stoller to work on the script for a live-action “Dora the Explorer” movie.

Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes partners Andrew Form and Brad Fuller are producing the movie, which has been in the works since 2015.

Details are under wraps beyond the movie centering on Dora as a teenager. The animated “Dora the Explorer” television series ran on Nickelodeon from 2000-2014 with 172 episodes aired following a young Latina girl who went on adventures around the world.

Platinum Dunes has a first-look deal with Paramount. Stoller’s writing credits include “Get Him to the Greek,” “Neighbors,” the Muppet movie reboots,
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The Scariest Serial Killers on TV, According to Critics — IndieWire Survey

The Scariest Serial Killers on TV, According to Critics — IndieWire Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: Who is the scariest serial killer on TV? You define “scary.” Old and current shows fair game.

Daniel Fienberg (@TheFienPrint), The Hollywood Reporter

Landry from “Friday Night Lights.”

Damian Holbrook (@damianholbrook), TV Guide Magazine

Ok, so he wasn’t necessarily a serial killer, but “Nip/Tuck’s” The Carver gave me a serious case of the scareds. After his first appearance near the end of Season 2, the porcelain-masked serial-slashing maniac who was all about slicing up hot people (because “beauty is a curse,” of course!) ran amok in Season 3 and the amount of series-regular characters he went after was kind of unprecedented. All of the leads
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The Scariest Serial Killers on TV, According to Critics — IndieWire Survey

The Scariest Serial Killers on TV, According to Critics — IndieWire Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: Who is the scariest serial killer on TV? You define “scary.” Old and current shows fair game.

Daniel Fienberg (@TheFienPrint), The Hollywood Reporter

Landry from “Friday Night Lights.”

Damian Holbrook (@damianholbrook), TV Guide Magazine

Ok, so he wasn’t necessarily a serial killer, but “Nip/Tuck’s” The Carver gave me a serious case of the scareds. After his first appearance near the end of Season 2, the porcelain-masked serial-slashing maniac who was all about slicing up hot people (because “beauty is a curse,” of course!) ran amok in Season 3 and the amount of series-regular characters he went after was kind of unprecedented. All of the leads
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Outlander Season 4 Adds Downton Abbey Veterans in Pivotal Roles

Outlander Season 4 Adds Downton Abbey Veterans in Pivotal Roles
Outlander is adding some familiar faces to its cast for season four. The Starz drama has cast Orphan Black and Downton Abbey veteran Maria Doyle Kennedy as Jocasta, Jamie's strong-willed aunt. Ed Speleers of Wolf Hall will play Irishman Stephen Bonnet, a pirate and smuggler. Doyle Kennedy, who viewers remember as Siobhan Sadler, also played Mr. Bates' wife on Downton Abbey. Her other credits include Dexter, Albert Nobbs, The Tudors, Sing Street and The Conjuring 2. She's also an accomplished singer. Speleers played Jimmy Kent on Downton Abbey from seasons three-five. His other credits include Howl, Wolf Hall, Alice Through the Looking Glass and Eragon. Season four began filming in Scotland this...
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‘Brawl in Cell Block 99′ gets a UK poster & release date

From S. Craig Zahler, the writer and director of Bone Tomahawk, and featuring a stellar cast, including Don Johnson (Django Unchained), Udo Kier (Iron Sky), Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter) and featuring Vince Vaughn (Hacksaw Ridge) in the most powerful and transformative performance of his career, Brawl in Cell Block 99 is a brutal account of one man’s journey to the most punishing incarceration imaginable.

When former boxer (Vince Vaughn) loses his job and is faced with the breakdown of his marriage, he decides to take a job as a drug courier to turn his fortunes around and provide a comfortable life for his wife Lauren (Jennifer Carpenter). Just as his situation begins to improve, a savage gunfight lands Bradley in jail where he has to make a series of impossible, chilling decisions to protect those he holds dear. Backed into a corner, Bradley now finds himself forced to commit ever
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'Brawl in Cell Block 99' Review: Vince Vaughn Gets Nasty in Brutal, Batshit Prison Flick

'Brawl in Cell Block 99' Review: Vince Vaughn Gets Nasty in Brutal, Batshit Prison Flick
Say "Vince Vaughn," and what's the first image that comes up? His "you're so money" suit-wearing Swingers alpha male? His heroic environmentalist-slash-shutterbug in the first Jurassic Park sequel? Maybe your go-to Vaughn is The Break-Up–era bloated version that graced tabloid covers and Jennifer Aniston's beach pics, or the smarmy comic Casanova of Wedding Crashers? Forget those other Vinces. Whenever someone says the actor's name, you'll now see a glowering, menacing hulk of a man, one with a tattoo of a cross on the back of his shorn skull
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October 2017 VOD Releases Include Cult Of Chucky, Better Watch Out, War For The Planet Of The Apes

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With the Halloween season finally upon us, that we’ve got a ton of horror and sci-fi titles headed our way via VOD and various digital platforms throughout the month of October. Things kick off with the 1992 horror comedy Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which hits Digital HD for the first time ever on October 2nd. The very next day, Cult of Chucky, Super Dark Times, The Forlorned, and Realive all make their respective debuts, and just a few days later the holiday horror flick Better Watch Out arrives on October 6th.

October 10th is another busy day, with the digital releases of Wish Upon, Dementia 13, The 13th Friday, War for the Planet of the Apes, and Wes Craven’s cult classic Summer of Fear, and for those looking to spend their Friday the 13th at home, you’ve got M.F.A., Brawl in Cell Block 99, and the Psycho-themed documentary 78/52 to look forward to.
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'Marvel's Inhumans': What the Critics Are Saying

Is Marvel's latest ABC drama, Inhumans, the worst new show of the fall TV season? According to the latest round of reviews, the series that initially bowed in Imax theaters just might be. 

The show from showrunner Scott Buck (Dexter) stars Anson Mount, Serinda Swan, Ken Leung, Isabelle Cornish, Ellen Woglom and Iwan Rheon and follows a group of mutants known as Inhumans as they fight to get back to their home following a military coup. 

As of press time, Inhumans has a paltry Rotten Tomatoes score of 4 percent. Critics across the board are panning the show, including The Hollywood Reporter's...
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‘Marvel’s Inhumans’ Gets A Home In The UK On Sky

Sky 1 is set to be the home of Marvel’s Inhumans in the UK, the broadcaster announced today. The series, which debuts on ABC Stateside this month, will premiere on Sky 1 this autumn. More on the Inhumans UK broadcast news below.

Marvel’s Inhumans UK broadcast details revealed!

Marvel’s Inhumans explores the never-before-told epic adventure of the Royal Family including Black Bolt, the enigmatic, commanding King of the Inhumans, with a voice so powerful that the slightest whisper can destroy a city. After the Royal Family of Inhumans is splintered by a military coup, they just manage to escape to Hawaii where they are greeted with surprising interactions with the lush world and humanity around them. Now they must find a way to reunite with each other and return home to Attilan before their way of life is destroyed forever.

The series stars Anson Mount (Hell on Wheels), Iwan Rheon (Riviera,
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