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Brian d’Arcy James, Mackenzie Astin, More Join Cast of HBO’s Love & Death

The cast of HBO Max’s upcoming limited series Love and Death is growing, as Deadline is reporting that a handful of actors have joined the cast of the series. RELATED: Love & Death Photos: Elizabeth Olsen is Axe-Killer Candy Montgomery According to the report, Brian d’Arcy James, Olivia Applegate, Mackenzie Astin, Adam Cropper, and Bruce McGill have been cast. The handful of actors join a cast that already features the likes of Elizabeth Olsen, Jesse Plemons, Patrick Fugit, Lily Rabe, Keir Gilch...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Texas, Movies, Drama, Nicole Kidman, Scott Brown, TV News, Streaming, Brian, Mcgill, Elisabeth Moss, Elizabeth Olsen, James, Krysten Ritter, Golden Globe

Emily Blunt in Talks to Join Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer Biopic

According to Deadline, Golden Globe winner Emily Blunt has entered negotiations to star opposite Cillian Murphy in Christopher Nolan’s forthcoming biographical drama film Oppenheimer for Universal Pictures. Should the deal pushes through, Blunt would be playing the role of the wife of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the scientist who led the invention of the atomic bomb. This project would also mark the reunion between Blunt and Murphy, after previously co-starring in this year’s A Quiet Place Part II. R...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Drama, Nolan, Emily Blunt, Manhattan Project, Cillian Murphy, Universal Pictures, Murphy, Oppenheimer, Bhagavad Gita, Blunt, Los Alamos Laboratory, Robert Oppenheimer, ComingSoon, Movie News

Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast Trailer Debuts Ahead of November Premiere

Focus Features has revealed a brand-new Belfast trailer for actor-director Kenneth Branagh’s upcoming comedy-drama film starring Jamie Dornan, Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, and Ciaran Hinds. The video, which you can check out below along with new character posters, highlights a coming-of-age story about a 10-year-old boy in Belfast, whose life is about to change with his parents planning to move their family away from their home due to the the social tumult of the late 1960s. The film had its wor...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Movies, Drama, Jamie Dornan, Ireland, BAFTA, Judi Dench, Belfast, Kenneth Branagh, Dame Judi Dench, Caitriona Balfe, Golden Globe, Ciarán Hinds, Focus Features, ComingSoon

Pablo Schreiber Joins Hulu’s True Crime Miniseries Candy

Following the recent casting of Melanie Lynskey as Betty Gore, Variety brings word that Emmy nominee Pablo Schreiber has officially signed on to star opposite Jessica Biel in Hulu’s forthcoming true-crime drama Candy, centering around the real-life Texas axe killer Candy Montgomery. Schreiber is set to portray the role of Betty’s husband named Alan Gore, who is a Silicon Prairie engineer. The Wire vet is best known for his roles in TV shows such as Orange is the New Black, American Gods, and Def...
Tags: TV, Texas, Movies, Drama, TV News, Streaming, Hulu, Paramount, Jessica Biel, Montgomery, Elizabeth Olsen, Pablo Schreiber, Jacob, Betty, Biel, Melanie Lynskey

Male Pregnancy Netflix Series Hiyama Kentaro no Ninshin Suffers Endlessly

The live action Netflix adaptation of Hiyama Kentaro no Ninshin, which takes place in a world where men can become pregnant, has teased some of its drama-laden scenes as the pregnant protagonist struggles to deal with the many difficulties and challenges of being pregnant, despite the biological impossibility of such a concept. The trailer and […]
Tags: Japan, Politics, TV, Drama, Trailer, Lgbt, Pregnancy, Bizarre, Netflix, Feminism, Anime, Live Action, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Hiyama Kentaro

How did The Morning Show become the messiest show on TV?

In its second season, the star-studded Apple TV drama is a chaotic, uneven and ham-fisted yet compulsively watchable rumination on workplace ethics amid the pandemicWatching The Morning Show, Apple TV+’s messy, star-studded morning news drama whose second season premiered this fall, is for me a very vocal experience – the road from concept to execution so bumpy and the choices so chaotic as to provoke several guffaws an episode. The biggest “NO” comes in the beginning of the second season’s thir...
Tags: Apple, Television, Nbc, Drama, Reese Witherspoon, Apple TV, Culture, Beijing, Television & radio, Jennifer Aniston, US television, TV streaming, Uba, Daniel Henderson, Mitch Kessler Steve Carell, Bradley Jackson Reese Witherspoon

Meryl Streep, Kit Harrington, & More Join Apple TV+’s Climate Change Anthology Series

Meryl Streep, Kit Harrington, and Matthew Rhys will lead an ensemble cast for a new, eight-episode anthology series on climate change for Apple TV+. The series will be called Extrapolations. MORE: Ozark Season 4 Part 1: Netflix Sets 2022 Release Date According to a recent report from The Hollywood Reporter, the three actors have all been cast in starring roles, joining a crew that will also include the likes of Sienna Miller, Gemma Chan, Tahar Rahim, Daveed Diggs, David Schwimmer, and Adarsh Gou...
Tags: Apple, TV, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Meryl Streep, TV News, Streaming, Sienna Miller, David Schwimmer, Burns, Daveed Diggs, Matthew Rhys, Kit Harrington, Media Res

Ozark Season 4 Part 1: Netflix Sets 2022 Release Date

Netflix has officially announced the release date for the first half of the upcoming fourth and final season of Ozark. The award-winning drama is scheduled to make its long-awaited return on January 21, 2022.  The date announcement also came with the release of a brief teaser for Ozark Season 4 Part 1, which you can check out below, giving us a new look at Jason Bateman’s Marty and Laura Linney’s Wendy. RELATED: Netflix Renews You for Fourth Season Ahead of Season 3 Premiere Ozark is a thrilling...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Drama, Chicago, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, Jason Bateman, Laura Linney, Marty, Ozark, Bill Dubuque, ComingSoon, Julia Garner, Chris Mundy

Elle Fanning Becomes the Mother of Russia in The Great Season 2 Trailer

Hulu has dropped the full The Great Season 2 trailer for the upcoming return of Hulu’s acclaimed period comedy series, teasing the ongoing feud between Catherine and Peter. The video, which you can check out in the player below, highlights the aftermath of Catherine’s coup d’etat against Peter for the Russian throne as she tries to prove to the citizens of the country that she’s a worthy leader. The series is scheduled to make its return on November 19. Holy Mother of Russia is right! #TheGreat...
Tags: Video, Comedy, TV, Movies, Drama, Russia, TV News, Streaming, Gillian Anderson, Hulu, Catherine, Peter, Nicholas Hoult, Elle Fanning, Catherine the Great, Matt Shakman

XO, Kitty: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before TV Spin-Off Greenlit at Netflix

Netflix has officially granted a series order to the upcoming To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before spin-off series titled XO, Kitty, which hails from creator and author Jenny Han. The announcement comes after eight months since the popular teen rom-com franchise had concluded its film trilogy with To All the Boys: Always and Forever. The project has been in development since last April. It is expected to turn the spotlight on the youngest Covey sister, portrayed by Anna Cathcart, who is set to repr...
Tags: South Korea, Comedy, TV, Movies, Drama, Netflix, TV News, Streaming, John Cho, Kitty, Dae, ComingSoon, Matt Kaplan, Spike Spiegel, Jenny Han, Rothchild

Being the Ricardos Teaser: First Look at Nicole Kidman’s Lucille Ball

Amazon Prime Video revealed the first teaser trailer for Aaron Sorkin’s newest biographical drama film Being the Ricardos, centering around the relationship between TV legends Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. The film is scheduled to arrive in theaters on December 10, followed by its streaming debut on December 21. The Being the Ricardos teaser, which you can check out below along with the poster, offers us our first look at Oscar winners Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem’s leading performances as Luc...
Tags: Video, Movies, Drama, Aaron Sorkin, Chicago, Nicole Kidman, Oscar, Lucy, Ball, Amazon Prime Video, Linda Lavin, Lucille Ball, Desi, Javier Bardem, Christopher Denham, Lucille

Exclusive: Vandal Trailer Starring Daniel Zovatto, Otmara Marrero & Beau Knapp

ComingSoon is debuting the exclusive trailer for the drama thriller Vandal, starring Daniel Zovatto (Station Eleven, Penny Dreadful: City of Angels, Don’t Breathe), Otmara Marrero (Connecting…, Clementine, Florida Man), and Beau Knapp (Seven Seconds, The Lost Symbol, Death Wish). 1091 Pictures will release the film on Digital and On Demand on November 16. RELATED: Exclusive: Acorn TV’s Manhunt: The Night Stalker First Look Clip “Vandal is the story of the young leader of an infamous graffiti cre...
Tags: Video, Florida, Movies, Drama, Miami, Exclusive, Tony Gonzalez, Vandal, Beau Knapp, ComingSoon, Movie News, Acorn TV, Daniel Zovatto, Rob Weiss, Paul Sloan, Freixas

Mushoku Tensei Bravely Rescues a Tribe of Cat People

Mushoku Tensei‘s Rudeus finds himself in a sorry state after being captured by a tribe of cat people, resulting in a few comical moments before things quickly get murderous with the arrival of bandits, prompting Rudeus to help save his captors. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Oppai, Image Gallery, Exhibitionism, Nekomimi, Isekai, Mushoku Tensei, Studio Bind, Rudeus

Mieruko-chan Never Given a Single Moment’s Rest

Nightmarish creatures continue to terrorize the poor heroine of Mieruko-chan as the latest airing will probably have watchers excited to learn the show might have some form of plot and isn’t entirely dedicated to mentally scarring the heroine for the sake of entertainment. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Horror, Anime, Schoolgirls, Moe, Image Gallery, Passione, Mieruko-chan, Mieruko

Nicolas Cage Goes Bald in Butcher’s Crossing First Look Photo

Nicolas Cage is showing off a new look for the upcoming western drama Butcher’s Crossing, based on the novel by John Williams. Cage will play a buffalo hunter named Miller in the film. You can check out the first look photo below! Nicolas Cage looks to be giving audiences another fun character to add to his long list of iconic roles — Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) October 18, 2021 RELATED: Nicolas Cage Says He Has No Plans to Retire From Acting “The story is about a...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Harvard, West, Kansas, Gabe Polsky, Nicolas Cage, Cage, Miller, ComingSoon, Movie News, Will Clark, Saban Films, Polsky, Andy Mayson, Red Penguins

Succession Season 3 Promo: What to Expect in the Weeks Ahead

Following last night’s return of Succession, HBO has released a brand new promo for the remaining eight episodes of the acclaimed drama series’ third season. The video, which you can check out in the player below, promises a more heated war within the Roy family. It also teases the potential downfall of Waystar Royco due to Kendall’s damaging actions against his father which might lead to them losing ownership. Check out the Succession Season 3 promo in the player below.  RELATED: The Last ...
Tags: Video, Hbo, TV, Movies, Drama, TV News, Brian Cox, Streaming, Roy, Larry David, Kendall, Succession, Jeremy Strong, Fisher Stevens, Logan Roy, Logan Roy Cox

The Lost Daughter Trailer: Olivia Colman Leads Maggie Gyllenhaal’s Netflix Drama Pic

Netflix has released the official The Lost Daughter trailer for Oscar nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal’s upcoming directorial debut film, based on Elena Ferrante’s 2006 novel of the same name. The video, which you can check out below, begins with a woman as she tries to enjoy a beach vacation. However, her peace and quiet get disturbed with the loud arrival of a family with a young mother. The woman has now found herself obsessed with the young mother which leads her to recall secrets from her past. St...
Tags: Video, Movies, Drama, Netflix, Streaming, Olivia Colman, Jennifer Garner, Halle Berry, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Dakota Johnson, Elena Ferrante, Gyllenhaal, LEDA, Jessie Buckley, ComingSoon, Movie News

Exclusive: Acorn TV’s Manhunt: The Night Stalker First Look Clip

ComingSoon is excited to debut an exclusive first look clip at the first episode of Acorn TV’s Manhunt: The Night Stalker, the second season of the streamer’s Manhunt crime drama series. The new season will premiere exclusively on Acorn TV on October 18, with four episodes rolling out weekly. RELATED: Exclusive: Every Last One of Them Clip Starring Paul Sloan in Action Flick “The highest-rated new drama of 2019 on all UK television is back, with BAFTA and SAG Award-winning actor Martin Clunes (D...
Tags: Video, UK, TV, London, Movies, Drama, TV News, BAFTA, Streaming, Exclusive, Colin, Sutton, ACORN, ComingSoon, Manhunt, London Metropolitan Police

The Tragedy of Macbeth Teaser Featuring Denzel Washington & Frances McDormand

Apple TV+ has dropped a new The Tragedy of Macbeth teaser for A24’s upcoming film adaptation of the classic Shakespeare tale, which hails from Oscar-winning filmmaker Joel Coen. The film had its world premiere last September at the 2021 New York Film Festival. It’s currently scheduled for a limited theatrical release on December 25, followed by an Apple TV+ debut on January 14, 2022. The Tragedy of Macbeth teaser, which you can check out in the player below, provides us with a new look at Oscar ...
Tags: Apple, Video, Movies, Drama, Washington, Apple TV, Tom Hanks, Frances Mcdormand, Streaming, Shakespeare, Brendan Gleeson, A24, Macbeth, Denzel Washington, Coen, Joel Coen

FX on Hulu’s Y: The Last Man Series Canceled After One Season

Y: The Last Man showrunner Eliza Clark took to Twitter to announce that FX on Hulu has officially decided not to renew the post-apocalyptic drama for a second season. The cancellation comes ahead of the series’ final two episodes titled “Peppers,” and “Victoria,” which are set to air on October 25 and November 1, respectively. Despite the early cancellation, Clark remains hopeful for the future of Y: The Last Man as she expresses their team’s commitment to finding a new home for the series, reve...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Action, TV News, Streaming, Victoria, Hulu, FX, Jessica Biel, Elisabeth Moss, Comic Book, Y The Last Man, Clark, Ben Schnetzer, Brian K Vaughan

Hakozume ~Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu~ Combines Cops & Comedy

Hakozume ~Kouban Joshi no Gyakushuu~ has blended police and comedy together as the show follows female officer Kawai trying to find a renewed sense of justice and purpose after reconsidering her resignation, the show bound to be completely despised by police-hating degenerates should it ever venture West. The rather hyperactive and comedy-laden trailer: January 2022 […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Trailer, Police, Anime, Kawai, Image Gallery, Madhouse, Hakozume, Kouban Joshi

Platinum End Brings an End to a Womanizing Lecher

Platinum End has started to build things up as its next airing has teased a lecherous male taking advantage of his powers to accrue a harem of women, only to swiftly face justice by a masked justice-seeker, and all the while thrusting the protagonist into a situation he can’t escape from. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Anime, Blood, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Platinum End

The Batman Posters Unveil New Look at Caped Crusader & The Riddler

Ahead of tomorrow’s DC FanDome 2021, Warner Bros. Pictures continues to hype up the second edition of the virtual fan convention by debuting two new The Batman posters for Matt Reeves’ long-awaited superhero film. The posters, which you can check out below, offer us a new look at Robert Pattinson’s upcoming iteration of the Dark Knight along with Paul Dano’s mysterious Riddler. Fans eagerly waiting for the film will be treated with a brand new trailer at tomorrow’s one-day streaming event DC Fan...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Ben Affleck, Action, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Dc, Warner Bros, Max, Comic Book, Paul Dano, Charlie Carver, Reeves, Bruce

Spooky Who: 11 Modern Doctor Who Episodes to Watch for Halloween

It’s October! Obviously, that means we need to make a list of spooky things to aid in your celebrations and what better place to look than Doctor Who? Filled with bizarre monsters, creepy aliens, and some downright unnerving humans, there’s no shortage of nightmare fuel in this series, but we’ve narrowed it down to pick out the best, scariest episode from each season. Allons-y! Doctor Who Series 1 “The Unquiet Dead” Admittedly, “The Unquiet Dead” is not a terribly well-written episode. It’s...
Tags: Halloween, TV, Movies, Drama, Horror, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Bbc, TV News, Harry Potter, Charles Dickens, Venice, David Tennant, Bill, Bbc America, Clara

Moon Knight: Oscar Isaac on the ‘Most Challenging Role’ of His Career

In a recent interview with Variety, award-winning actor Oscar Isaac has once again opened up about his experience working on Marvel Studios’ upcoming Moon Knight series, revealing that the titular superhero has been the “most challenging role,” of his career. He went on to tease all the workload he has done during the project’s pre-production stage and filming, which just recently wrapped after eight months. However, despite the risk and heavy workload that came with the role, Isaac expresses ho...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, Action, TV News, Streaming, Oscar Isaac, Marvel Studios, Comic Book, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Isaac, Kathryn Hahn, Spector, MCU, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead

The Last of Us BTS Videos Show Pedro Pascal, Bella Ramsey Dancing on Set

The HBO television adaptation of The Last of Us is currently in production, and after some set photos were shared earlier this week, we have now have some video footage to go along with it. RELATED: The Last of Us Set Photos Show Pedro Pascal as Joel, Apocalyptic Environment Recent videos were taken during certain sections of filming from the series and show Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey — who are set to play Joel and Ellie, respectively — walking throughout the apocalyptic set, as well as danci...
Tags: Games, Hbo, TV, Movies, Drama, America, Action, TV News, Streaming, Sony Pictures Television, Pascal, Joel, Ramsey, Tess, Ellie, Marlene

Millicent Simmonds & Rachel Brosnahan to Star in Helen Keller Biopic

A Quiet Place star Millicent Simmonds and two-time Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan have officially signed on for the leading roles in Cornerstone’s forthcoming biographical drama film titled Helen & Teacher, centering around the bond between disability activist Helen Keller and her teacher Anne Sullivan. Production on the project is expected to begin in the summer of 2022. “Most people only know of Helen Keller’s story from when she was a child,” director Wash Westmoreland said in a stateme...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Alice, Keller, Golden Globe, Sullivan, Helen Keller, Simmonds, Alison Thompson, Mark Gooder, Wash Westmoreland, ComingSoon, Movie News, Rachel Brosnahan, Anne Sullivan, Millicent Simmonds

Mayor of Kingstown Trailer: Jeremy Renner Leads Crime Thriller Drama

Paramount+ has dropped a brand new Mayor of Kingstown trailer for Taylor Sheridan’s newest crime thriller drama, featuring an acclaimed cast led by Marvel Cinematic Universe vet Jeremy Renner. The series will be available for streaming on Sunday, November 14. The Mayor of Kingstown trailer highlights the McLusky family’s power over their town’s penitentiary facility. It also provides a better look at their multiple roles in bringing order within the prison as couriers, fix-it men, and part-time ...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Drama, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Paramount, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Yellowstone, Marvel Cinematic Universe, ComingSoon, Taylor Sheridan, Kingstown, Paramount Plus

Love & Death Photos: Elizabeth Olsen is Axe-Killer Candy Montgomery

As production continues on the Love & Death miniseries in Texas, HBO Max has unveiled the first-look photos for the forthcoming true-crime drama, centering around axe-murderer Candy Montgomery, who killed her friend Betty Gore in 1980. The series is currently set to make its debut sometime in 2022. The Love & Death photos provide us with our first look at Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Olsen’s leading performance as a churchgoing suburban housewife-turned-killer, Candy Montgomery. [New] Eliza...
Tags: TV, Texas, Movies, Drama, Horror, Scott Brown, TV News, Streaming, Hulu, Jessica Biel, Elisabeth Moss, Elizabeth Olsen, David E Kelley, Dane DeHaan, Per Saari, Jesse Plemons Jungle Cruise

‘It’s barely started and I’m already terrified’: my crash course in Succession

Blackmail! Backstabbing! Boar on the Floor! I binged seasons one and two of the dazzling drama about a dysfunctional, super-rich family. Bring on season three!My to-be-watched pile is worse than my to-be-read pile, but at least all the prestige shows I need to watch have ended. I will get to them, but there is no urgency. Not so with Succession, another award-laden entity, urged upon me by critics and friends. Two series have passed me by and now the third season of the epic tale of media baron ...
Tags: Television, Drama, Culture, Television & radio, Succession, Logan Roy