The implication seems clear: She’ll be playing the Marvel character Domino.Domino Effect. He managed to (sort of) spell out Zazie Beetz’s name in dominoes.
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) March 9, 2017Beetz is new to Marvel flicks, but she’s not new to acting. The character is known from the comics for being an excellent shot and skilled fighter … Posted March 9, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongNothing about “Deadpool” is ever boring, not even a casting announcement.Ryan Reynolds put together a creative tweet to announce his newest “Deadpool 2” co-star on Thursday. She’s a member of the X-Force, just as Deapool has been.We’ll see how the Domino effect affects the Merc with the Mouth when the film comes out. “Deadpool 2” is expected to hit theaters in 2018.[via: Ryan Reynolds/Twitter] and she just so happens to be able have probability-altering mutant powers. She currently stars as Vanessa on the Golden Globe-winning series “Atlanta” and previously appeared in Netflix’s “Easy.” Her role in “Deadpool 2” will be her highest-profile to date.Domino should be a fun role for Beetz.

It’s going to go out in style, though. Posted March 9, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongIt’s the end of an era, and there are going to be tears.”Vampire Diaries” co-creator and executive producer Julie Plec has teased that the upcoming series finale is going to be an “emotional experience.” She opened up to Variety about what’s to come and warned that it made her and her writers cry. You know what that means: Get your tissues ready.”Seeing where these characters grew up, how these characters grew up, and what they grew into and what their future is going to be, I think it’s an emotional experience,” she told the publication.With the show having cast its spell on audience over the past eight years, saying goodbye will definitely be hard. ET/PT.[via: Variety] She discussed how the show “launched out of grief” (the death of Elena’s parents) but “comes to its proper close.””It’s a show that ends with a sense of what peace means, and that was on purpose,” she said.”The Vampire Diaries” series finale airs Friday, March 10 at 8 p.m. Plec promised “so many familiar faces” and other blasts from the past.”There is so much in this last episode that is either calling back on, celebrating, or mentioning things that happened in the early seasons,” she said.Although it might make you cry and at least one more death looks guaranteed, Plec seems to hint at a happy ending.

Hit us up on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #CANTWAIT.CAN’T WAIT! (Seriously, there are a lot of trash fires and snake-loving ne’er-do-wells in this movie’s version of L.A.)Next week’s movie, “John Carter,” comes courtesy of special guest Drew Taylor, who will somehow try to convince us that watching a loincloth-clad Taylor Kitsch learn how to battle aliens in low gravity for two hours and 12 minutes is time well spent.Listen to CAN’T WAIT! podcast:iTunesGoogle PlayStitcherHave thoughts/feelings/feedback about the podcast? Join Moviefone editors Tim Hayne, Rachel Horner, Phil Pirrello, and Tony Maccio as they extol the virtues and expose the failings (with love!) of nostalgic movies. Posted March 9, 2017 by Moviefone Staff”We are those ‘The Craft’-loving weirdos, mister.” Well, half of us are, the other half want to invoke Manon and get back the hour and 40 minutes spent watching the movie.Tim picked the (apparently divisive) ’90s teen witch thriller, which stars perhaps the most ’90s cast ever assembled: Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell, Fairuza Balk, Rachel True, and Skeet Ulrich. Have a movie you really, really want us to watch and talk about? A Movie Lover’s Podcast Episode 16: ‘The Craft’Total runtime: 54:02Subscribe to the CAN’T WAIT! Topics discussed include obvious wigs, Catholic schools with no rules, terrible special effects, terrible parents, Breckin Meyer’s stellar douche acting, and the hell-on-Earth that is Los Angeles. A Movie Lover’s Podcast by Moviefone celebrates Hollywood’s guiltiest pleasures by taking a fresh look at critically ignored movies and giving them a second chance at life.

So that’s going to be a big issue for them. I hope she’d come back. And now they’ve hit against this big issue of the baby. asked McKidd if he keeps in touch with Oh — who is now co-starring on another ABC show, “American Crime” — and if he thinks she’d ever come back to “Grey’s.”Here’s what he said:”I’d hope she would come back. on ABC, then the Japril standalone episode in Montana, and then more from Owen and Amelia in “Til I Hear It From You.”Want more stuff like this? I don’t know why I think that. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneOwen Hunt (Kevin McKidd) and Amelia Shepherd (Caterina Scorsone) just got married, but they’re already having so many problems in “Grey’s Anatomy” Season 13 that we kinda wish Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) would just step in and shake the whole thing up. Like us on Facebook. Owen has always imagined having a family, and now she seems to be changing her view on that. It’s just a gut feeling I have.””Grey’s Anatomy” airs “Civil War” tonight at 8 p.m. Yeah, we do stay in touch, and she’s doing really well. But sometimes that’s what’s so interesting about the show and I think what’s clever about the show is that it looks like the story’s pulling you in one direction and one thing will happen and it will change everything.”He did add this hopeful tease, though:”I’ve got a feeling that Amelia’s going to sort of come to Owen’s rescue somehow. Interestingly enough, actor Kevin McKidd seems to want the same thing.Sandra Oh recently talked about returning to “Grey’s,” giving it a no for now, but leaving the door open for a potential return when the series ends. It would be really fun to have her character come in and shake things up and see what that would do to Amelia and Owen. I have to say, it’s not looking good. Although they seem to have enough problems.”Yeah, tonight’s (March 9) episode, “Civil War,” includes the note that “Amelia finally faces her feelings about Owen.” But in the March 23 episode, “Til I Hear It From You,” it says, “Owen and Amelia hash out their problems as they work a trauma case together.” The photos ABC shared to promote that later episode look tense.McKidd teased problems ahead for the newlyweds, telling E!:”It’s a hard one because she’s got all these demons. He does too. I’ll be interested to see what happens, but, at the moment, it’s not looking good. E!

Posted March 9, 2017 by Rachel Horner”Game of Thrones” fans, now is the time to celebrate — we finally have a Season 7 premiere date!The seventh season of the show will premiere July 16, 2017, so get your viewing party costumes and snacks ready. We really hope so, because that sounds AWESOME. HBO unveiled the premiere date in fiery, dramatic (and insanely malfunctioning) fashion via Facebook Live, melting a block of ice containing the precious digits in realtime.HBO released a fire and ice-themed poster for the new season earlier today, giving book lovers something to really get excited about — after all, the first book in the series is titled “A Song of Ice and Fire.”Season 6 ended with Daenerys finally making her way to Westeros, where we can only assume she meets up with Jon Snow and that winter that’s been coming for what feels like forever.Is the poster telling us that Daenerys’s dragons are bringing their fire to the ice of Westeros?

“He freaks out over this. Colbert’s performance was called “uneven” even by CBS execs, and there was chatter that the network might give his timeslot to James Corden. [He’s been] uncomfortable talking about politics, and that’s not what the people want.”Fallon’s “Tonight Show” is more about lighthearted banter and games than politics, although he does do a great Trump impression. “The Late Show” is new, with guests Kristen Stewart, Maz Jobrani, and Dawes.Want more stuff like this? He took some heat for being too soft on Trump when DT was a guest during the campaign. Like us on Facebook. “We have as much fun doing political humor as we do skewering pop culture. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneJimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert are much too nice to be “feuding,” but behind-the-scenes it sounds like they’re in a bit of a late-night ratings race.Page Six talked to sources who claim “The Tonight Show” host is being pushed to try new things in response to “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” beating Fallon in overall viewers for a fifth straight week. “We always strive to unveil new sketch material,” this person told Page Six. 16 show with Jessica Biel, Ricky Martin, Robert Irwin, Rag’n’Bone Man, and Chad Smith. They’re doing great stuff. “The Tonight Show” still leads “The Late Show” in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demo, but a source told Page Six the numbers are still getting to Fallon. He has to be on top.”Another source told Page Six, “[Fallon] is feeling the pressure. They had to figure out a way to get Trump [into his routine] because he’s too weak on Trump, and viewers are going elsewhere. I mean, Stephen Colbert is now beating him in a big way and he has to change his format to keep up because he’s losing viewers. But others appreciate that Fallon keeps things light, and they may not like the idea of him being pressured to get more political.An NBC rep simply praised Fallon’s entire team for keeping “The Tonight Show” “fresh and entertaining,” and still another source kept things positive to say Fallon is a fan of Colbert and there’s no rivalry or changes based on viewerships. There’s no shortage of material every night.”It wasn’t that long ago that Colbert was the one facing tough questions, shortly after he took over for David Letterman. (Never mind politics; it was probably kissing Andrew Garfield that turned things around for Colbert.)”The Tonight Show” is in repeats this week, and tonight (Thursday, March 9) they have a replay of the Feb. But that talk is gone. …We love Stephen’s show.

— Game Of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) March 9, 2017LAME.The stunt followed the reveal of the official Season 7 poster, which certainly fits into the theme of fire and ice. A giant melting block of ice being pelted with dragon fire was meant to reveal the date.But then the live video stopped without revealing a date, just confusing fans further and leading them to keep commenting even though the video said it had ended.We were just left with this, around 2:20 p.m. Like us on Facebook. Type “FIRE” in the comments to reveal the #GoTS7 premiere date:
— Game Of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) March 9, 2017That’s right. ET:We will be back and ready for more fire soon. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneHBO sure knows how to rally the realm. We’re still waiting for the big official trailer … On March 9, “Game of Thrones” got fans going on Twitter and Facebook, asking us to type “FIRE” in the comments to reveal the Season 7 premiere date.Twitter sent fans to a Facebook Live video, with each fan’s “FIRE” appearing to blast an icy cube melting down to reveal the date.Rally the realm. and the actual premiere date.Want more stuff like this?

things start to get more intense and heartbreaking, and yet everyone has to sort of band together and keep going.” On that hopeful note, Gimple said the Season 7 finale “has darkness and light, real horrific moments, betrayal, and real moments of beauty, redemption, love, and friendship. Will Eugene betray the group? It’s sort of the panoply of human and ‘Walking Dead’ experience.”Look at him dropping 50-cent words like “panoply”! Beauty, love, and friendship sound good. “As the stakes get higher and higher… on AMC.Want more stuff like this? We can’t handle the loss of the one true king, Jerry!At this point, we’re only up to Episode 13, “Bury Me Here,” which airs March 12, so it’s possible several answers are coming even before the big finale, Episode 16, which is titled “The First Day of the Rest of Your Life.””The Walking Dead” airs Sunday at 9 p.m. The betrayal sounds ominous. Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes) previously teased that he “did a little jig” and punched the air when he read a certain section of the Season 7 finale script; Lennie James (Morgan Jones) said the finale has “a sexy moment, on all levels – it’s huge, it’s just so lovely.”Without getting spoilery — ’cause we don’t even know what will happen to spoil — it does sound like we should expect to lose Sasha, just because Sonequa Martin-Green booked the lead on the CBS show “Star Trek: Discovery.” Whenever any star has landed a major role in the past, that has meant their character was about to leave TWD.Will Sasha and Rosita get into trouble with their Kill Negan NOW plan? Will anyone ever tell Carol about Glenn? Like us on Facebook. Will the first shots of All Out War be fired? Gimple told TVLine the Season 7 finale will actually be less relentlessly dark than the Season 6 finale — which introduced Negan’s lineup, then took a break for several months while we waited at the edge of our seats — but it will still include deaths.”Well, there are losses,” Gimple said. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneYeah, people are going to get back to dying on “The Walking Dead” Season 7, but don’t worry, Carol will still probably be told they’re fine.Showrunner Scott M. Will Jerry survive?

They’re like car-denting hailstones. It was really awkward. I was like, ‘I wanna clap, I don’t wanna not be clapping,” which would be worse, right? Like us on Facebook. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneNicole Kidman can act her way to an Oscar, but she can’t successfully put her hands together for applause.Fans noticed, and mocked, her seal clap during the 2017 Academy Awards; the “Lion” nominee has now finally explained why she did this all night:via GIPHYKyle of Australia’s “Kyle and Jackie O” radio show defended Kidman’s “seal hands,” guessing she was just trying to protect the millions-of-dollars in bling she had on her fingers.”It’s so true,” Kidman replied. Maybe just go with a necklace next time, if clapping during an awards show is going to be such an issue.[via: TheWrap]Want more stuff like this? Like, ‘Why isn’t Nicole clapping?’ So therefore I’m clapping, but it was really difficult because I had a huge ring on that was not my own — but it was absolutely gorgeous — and I was terrified of damaging it.”Ah, the problems of the rich and famous. “I’m so glad you clarified that. You can see the size of her rings in the photo at top.

We are a family and I appreciate all your love and support. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneScarlett Johansson is hosting “Saturday Night Live” on March 11, with Lorde as musical guest, and she might have overdone her prep work.The “Ghost in the Shell” star has her own fight training montage in NBC’s new promo.”Hosting ‘SNL’ is a big deal, and I know how to prepare for a role. I have to look the part. Remember to never give up hope because sometimes that’s all we got. He explained why he was gone, and why he’s back, in a post earlier this week:Just wanted to let you guys know I’m okay. It’s nice to be back in action ❤️A post shared by Pete Davidson (@petedavidson) on Mar 6, 2017 at 3:48pm PST”SNL” with Johansson and Lorde airs Saturday, March 11 at 11:29 p.m. on NBC. Like us on Facebook. It’s also good to see Davidson again, since he had been missing from “SNL” for a while. I have to transform my body and my mind.”Yeah, but she didn’t really have to go that far for “SNL.” The promo ends with Pete Davidson asking Aidy Bryant if all hosts do that. No, Bryant responds, but she’s not going to tell Johansson that.Nice to see more Junior Mints and Red Vines (or did he go with Twizzlers?) after the Oscars. It wasn’t easy, but I got a great girl, great friends and I consider myself a lucky man. Want more stuff like this? I know I’ve kinda been missing, on social media and on the show. I quit drugs and am happy and sober for the first time in 8 years. I’ll always be here for you guys, I promise.

Like us on Facebook. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina Carbone”Harry Potter” fans, please send your healing magic to actor/comedian Jim Tavaré, who played Tom the Leaky Cauldron inkeeper in “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.” He was last said to be in intensive care, preparing for surgery after a serious head-on collision car accident.Tavaré’s wife Laura updated on the actor’s status on Tuesday, March 7:Scary! It’s not a bad fate.Tavaré has several 2017 roles listed as “completed” or in “post-production,” so here’s hoping he has a swift recovery and gets back to doing what he loves — serving butterbeer. And also acting![via: People]Want more stuff like this? There were no other details on the accident, and we’ve yet to see any updates on his surgery, but his Facebook timeline is now filled with photos, memories, and best wishes.The British actor and comedian, trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in England, has 44 acting credits on his IMDb resume — including seven episodes of “The Jim Tavare Show” and 16 episodes of “The Sketch Show” — but the second you join the Potter family, you are known for that for life.

TVLine also mentioned another role being cast for the Season 6 finale/potential Season 7: “A precocious 10-year-old with a ‘constant twinkle of mischief in her eye.’ And though this girl comes from a broken home, those struggles have only made her stronger — something which will come in handy when darkness threatens ‘everything she holds dear.'” That sounds like young Emma, whom we’ve already met on OUAT, so maybe they’ll flip the script and make Henry a “Savior” of sorts to a little girl? That could be wrong, but there was talk, as you probably heard, that if Season 7 does happen, it may “hit the reset button” to expand the story. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneThis may be a hint on the future of “Once Upon a Time.””The Walking Dead” alum Andrew J. Just guessing now.”Once” Season 6 has 22 episodes and, as of this week, we are up to Episode 12, “Murder Most Foul,” which airs Sunday, March 12 at 8 p.m. West (Gareth the cannibal, memba him?) has been cast in the Season 6 finale, TVLine reports, with an option open for him to be a series regular in Season 7, if Season 7 officially happens.TVLine described the role as a “‘strong yet vulnerable’ leading man in his late 20s to mid-30s, a gent who was once optimistic and hopeful but now is a friendless, cynical recluse. This could be a hint in that direction, with the story perhaps following adult Henry and rekindling the magic? His little girl? That said, he still possesses a dormant, deep-seated spark of hope that waits for the right person to reignite it.”Many fans think that points to adult Henry, with perhaps something happening to crush his spirit into adulthood. Like us on Facebook. on ABC.Want more stuff like this?
— emma freud (@emmafreud) March 8, 2017Last night, our last night on #rednosedayactually. Keira Knightley more beautiful than ever. But he still loves her….
— emma freud (@emmafreud) March 7, 2017’I thought you were bringing the boards?’
— Red Nose Day (@rednoseday) March 7, 2017Love still all around on set yesterday. (And shouldn’t he be with Michonne?) It’s sweet to think Juliet and Peter are still married, though. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneDude, she’s just not that into you!The “Love Actually” sequel short for Red Nose Day, called “Red Nose Day Actually,” had its last day of filming on March 7. And noses.
— emma freud (@emmafreud) March 7, 2017Andrew Lincoln + Cards + Doorstep = Deep Joy
— emma freud (@emmafreud) March 7, 2017At least someone thinks Andrew Lincoln is funny. Check out what she and the Red Nose Day account shared for the Juliet/Peter/Mark love triangle:FINAL DAY FILMING for #rednosedayactually. on May 25.Want more stuff like this? Marital bliss, the best pyjama bottoms I’ve ever seen, and major
— emma freud (@emmafreud) March 8, 2017It was 13 years ago. So – who is it today…. And she’s even gotten comfortable enough to hang out in PJs instead of looking done-up and perfect all the time.The Red Nose Day special airs in March in the U.K. Keira Knightley and Chiwetel Ejiofor returned to their roles as married couple Juliet and Peter, with Andrew Lincoln back as the world’s worst best friend, Mark.Producer Emma Freud has been sharing photos from set, from the Daniel, Sam, Joanna, and Carol storyline to David and Natalie. before arriving on NBC in the U.S. Like us on Facebook.
— emma freud (@emmafreud) March 8, 2017
It may be time for a restraining order against Mark. Everyone on the #rednosedayactually SO happy these guys are here tonight. There is more facial hair now. — emma freud (@emmafreud) March 7, 2017Final day Filming with this hero for #rednosedayactually –
— emma freud (@emmafreud) March 7, 2017Brothers in arms. Esp me.

I think that was key, really, to why he is so drawn to Jane, and then she’s intelligent as well. G. It’s exciting to know what the future has in store. G. Yeah. It’s probably a bigger jump. You can tell the future. At the heart of it, there’s a lot of banter, a lot of give and take, push and pull, and we both provide that I think — I hope — for the audience.Stroma: Also, we’re not just playing friends. Things were happening. We try to influence whatever we could.By coincidence, I recently interviewedNicholas Meyer, the writer and director of the original. I think they were both pretty specific on the page. That’s why I love those scenes with us.”You’re a psychopath, but you get me.”Stroma: “You’re crazy, but you know who I am.” G. There was integrity.Stroma: It was an economic boom. We started in a very period look and went to a very, very modern look. Wells. We’ve modernized it and made our own version for television. It was from the ’70s. So the first thing you notice, I think anyone would notice now, it was in a different time period of filmmaking. And like him, I shaved and changed my look. Wells and the still-enigmatic serial killer Jack the Ripper, respectively — they also have to do so in the shadow of the two renowned actors, Malcolm McDowell and David Warner, who originated the roles in the 1979 cult classic film the TV series is based on.But the two British gents are more than game for the task, as they revealed in a candid chat with Moviefone — as well as disclosing the very specific time and place in American history where they’d both like to take a time-traveling vacation.Moviefone: I discovered the original “Time After Time” movie when I was maybe 11, so I’m very fond of it. I guess we kind of do a bit of that.To me, I think it’s always the idea of knowledge. I suppose that’s when America was at its greatest. It’s that what if thing.For yourselves, for your own curiosity, is there an era that fascinates you? Even the figures are different, and all sort of different shapes, and sizes, and colors. G. I think it’s the same as magic movies. Brando, James Dean, Monty Clift. Hopefully it’s a fun journey for the audience. So whenever we have a scene together, we are finally speaking to someone who’s from our time period. But back then, movie stars were movie stars. And then the other aspect is someone will go to the future, which is just seeing what they would think of such things. And obviously the special effects [then] — that’s as it was.Josh Bowman: We’ve taken it and modernized it. Tell me about finding your give and take as actors as you started playing the role and circling around each other.Bowman: Straight off the bat, it was fairly easy, for me anyway. “[A] Streetcar [Named Desire],” to me, that was the time acting in movies changed — it was Brando in “Streetcar,” coming in and going, “Wait, he’s being real.” And you look and you go, people do that now. I think they were great in the film. I think it’s power. Wells that was definitely in Kevin [Williamson’s] writing was his obsession with utopia. He’s in awe when he comes across bar with women wearing revealing dresses, and cleavage is out, and they have all sorts of amazing makeup. Yeah, he definitely goes into that world wide-eyed and taking it all in, drinking it all in.Because the love story is part and parcel of what “Time After Time” has been, Freddie, tell me about finding what you needed to find there — working with Genesis Rodriguez to get that spark and that rapport that you guys needed, and carry it forward past where we know the setup of the story’s going to be. It’s honestly like a kaleidoscope of people for him. And acting, that’s what it’s like to shift as well from “the stage” to people who were just like embodying characters, inhabiting characters, and you’re like, how do they do that? We watched it after. If you had this power, what would you do? We try to do the best we could under all the circumstances, and also try and create something that’s different. Wells.Bowman: Kevin definitely created these two characters, and I think they’re quite different from the movie. It was a great place to go and shoot. Imagine smoking cigars, drinking Scotch. You must have that intelligence, social intelligence to understand that.” So it helped seeing it in the movie going, “OK, yeah, I can do that. He would just walk up to Jack the Ripper and say, “All right, we’re going now.”I was worried about that level of wide-eyed, sort of positive belief, as opposed to just idiocy — it’s like, “You know he’s a killer. Better or worse, I don’t know about any of that. We’ve all lost our [swagger] now, everyone. He’s unbelievable, so I did the best with what I could. Stroma: To me, it comes down to the fact that H. So for me, it was in ’79. People like the idea of going back with knowledge, and you can tell people things. There’s bits of “Scream” in this.Hell, there’s probably bits of “Dawson’s Creek.” There’s a great love story with these two. I was definitely struggling with how much this man is in love with utopia, and he really believes the best in people. Either in visiting an era that you never had access to, or the possibility of correcting a mistake in your own past, what is it that appeals to you guys most about the time-travel concept?Stroma: I think it’s a similar thing to magic movies and the rest of it. Wells pretty much invented the time-travel story, it’s been a fascinating concept and it’s been great for books, and movies, and TV shows. I always say I’d be there in a heartbeat.Stroma: Yeah. Like Freddie said, what was on the page. Everything is completely different. It’s definitely younger, a lot younger than what they were.Stroma: I couldn’t steal anything. He’s very much the protagonist, and I’m the antagonist, and you see that. He was so present.Really, the key relationship in this show is the two of you. G. We’re playing two people who every scene we have with any other character, they’re from a different time period. Wells is in such a place where he’s so upset about utopia not being in the future, and he keeps meeting people that don’t really help him. It’s not uber, uber drama, but it is in a world that’s dramatic. One of the things that he said, in the way that Wells is struggling with this lack of utopia, the dystopian qualities of our society now, the Ripper had just come home, in a sense. I was a bit more of a realist and excited to see this new world, and ran amok. How did it hit you guys, and what were your takeaways, seeing it now?Freddie Stroma: We read the script first. We had a lot of fun in New York. We’ve changed the setting Manhattan instead of San Francisco and it takes place over 12 episodes, so we really stretch it out.As you started building your versions of these characters, tell me where you started. I said that at Comic-Con for my answer and [director] Marcos [Siega] and Genesis just kept laughing at me. People love, “What if? So yeah, he’s definitely taken away with that, drug use, alcohol. Or it’s fun to have the power of knowledge to go back and know what’s going to happen. He just constantly believes the best in people, and he still believes the best that he will own up, and he will come back, and he will do what is righteous, and that to me has been the biggest point of H. It makes sense. G. You’re almost a deity of sorts. I have to play him as if he’s that sure.”Ever since the real H. There was class. We go on this crazy adventure. There was innovation It’s an incredible moment in history in America.Bowman: Music is great now, but music was amazing. People weren’t doing that back then. I think we really ran with that. There’s nothing I saw that I was like, “Ooh, I’m going to save that.” But I would have done so if I’d suddenly seen something that would work for us!Bowman: The deep underbelly of it was very similar. For sure. That sort of makes sense. So we can actually connect in the way that we are used to. Wells to look at, knowing that there’s at least Ripper lore to look at, how did you start creating these characters?Stroma: It started with what we had on the page. All those aspects which make her very attractive to him.Did you guys see any character bits in Malcolm McDowell’s or David Warner’s performances that you were like, “I’m going to remember that and keep it in my back pocket, and maybe use it to inform something here or there.”Bowman: I can’t compare myself to him! We went from quite a different look. Would they frown upon the things we do, or would they marvel at it? I think the majority of the time it was get what we need from the scene and why we’re saying what we’re saying, but we already had a rapport to do that. The main thing that I saw from H. Is there a place that you would love to go and visit if time travel existed?Stroma: I think ’50s America –Bowman: Rat Pack!Stroma: Oh yeah!Bowman: Walk around with Sammy Davis, Jr., Dean Martin, and Frank Sinatra, go to Palm Springs when Marilyn Monroe was there, Brando was coming up –Stroma: America in the ’50s!Bowman: Imagine rolling the dice in Vegas with them. I think that’s kind of his through thing, is his absolutely innocence.So he really believes in that utopia, and that plays every scene. Certain aspects are a little slower. But also the modern look now is different from the ’70s, right? If you could cast any spell, what would you do?” Same with superheroes. Kevin knows how to write for some of these things — he’s done it for a long time. It’s a timeless piece now, Malcolm McDowell and David Warner and Mary Steenburgen.Stroma: There was one moment: there’s a scene in the hotel where he comes up. We had fun. I was like, “Why is that weird?” It’s an incredible time!Bowman: It’s a guy’s thing. And then suddenly, he finds this woman who is kind to him, and it’s this weird glimpse I think into, “Wait, there can be a utopia,” and she’s this strong woman who shows strength and kindness, and feminism is something that he’s never really experienced before. Posted March 9, 2017 by Scott Huver”Time After Time” stars Freddie Stroma and Josh Bowman have to deal with some serious history — as much off-screen as on.Not only do the two actors have to bring to life two of the most intriguing and legendary real-life figures from the Victorian era as they journey through time — the pioneering science fiction novelist and futurist H.G. It’s really romantic and beautiful, and I’m in there to try and mess it all up. But you also see this relationship that’s important throughout, the relationship between these two characters.I’m playing a fictional character, effectively, so we read the novels of H. I read the first and then watched it. It’s a classy time. Not just America: the whole f*cking world. I read into some of these guys, types of people who did these heinous things, psychopaths. All those amazing actors. Did you find that?Bowman: Yeah, definitely. What were the things that initially as you were analyzing it, knowing that there is an H. He believed in this utopian society.

We’re on standby for the big honkin’ trailer that always gets us hyped for the next season. Season 7, which will include seven episodes, premieres this summer on HBO, but no official date has been revealed. Posted March 9, 2017 by Gina CarboneWhen asked for a one-word tease to promote “Game of Thrones” Season 7, actor Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark) picked “connections.” You can see some of the connections right in the Season 7 poster, which debuted at SXSW in Austin.The HBO show is called “Game of Thrones,” but that’s just the name of the first book in author George R.R. Martin’s seven-tome series, called “A Song of Ice and Fire.” From the beginning, it’s looked like Jon Snow represents the ice, and Daenerys Targeryen is the fire. (Probably late June or July, is a safe bet.) Season 8, the final season, is rumored to start filming in September.[via: Entertainment Weekly]Want more stuff like this? Points the ponder…Season 6 ended with Dany crossing the Narrow Sea to Westeros, and we’re expecting her dragon fire to meet Jon’s Northern ice, as they (hopefully?) team up to battle the true threat to mankind, the White Walkers making their way to The Wall.Fans noticed that HBO has been airing very brief “In Production Now” teases from the set of “Game of Thrones” Season 7, and now we have this poster. Are they finally ready to combine?Should we read into the fact that it’s mostly ice with just a little bit of fire? Like us on Facebook. It could show up at any time. Does winter win this round, in the penultimate season?

We have no idea if she can talk about her fight club or not, but we do know that she goes into the ring with multiple challengers at a time and comes out basically unscathed.The fact that even Colleen is impressed with Danny’s combat skills shows how good he is. Posted March 8, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongNetflix’s next Marvel series, “Iron Fist,” hits the streamer this month, and it is preparing to make a big impact.Although the show’s hero is Danny Rand (Finn Jones), he isn’t the only intriguing character. A new featurette, released Wednesday, focuses on Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick), his equally tough ally and love interest. In fact, the featurette shows her joining an honest-to-goodness fight club. Thanks to the video, we get to learn more about her backstory and the superhero series itself.Colleen, a martial arts instructor, might not have the golden fist of fury that Danny has, but she can certainly fight, too. Together, the make a formidable team — all while having what Henwick describes as “a very dramatic relationship.” She promises the series “keeps you on your toes” and says it is in “a league of its own.”Watch the full featurette below.”Marvel’s Iron Fist” premieres March 17 on Netflix.[via: Netflix]

Simpson predicted that Season 2 “will blow our minds.”[via: CinemaBlend] Posted March 8, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio Long”Westworld” Season 1 has come and gone, and Season 2 is on its way, but we still don’t know exactly who will be along for the ride.Jimmi Simpson recently talked to CinemaBlend about whether or not we’d see more of his character, William, when the sci-fi thriller returns. — he was revealed to be an earlier version of the Man in Black (Ed Harris), and his storyline came to a neat end.”I feel like this story, the love affair [with Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood)], we know everything, we know what happens, we don’t have to belabor that point,” he told CinemaBlend.If the creative team did decide to bring him back, he thinks they’d need “a whole new kind of story.” That said, he sounds open to the possibility.”I wouldn’t be surprised if William showed up Season 3 or something,” he said.With “Westworld,” anything is possible, so no need to say your goodbyes yet. If you’re hoping the answer is yes, don’t get your hopes up too high. He didn’t make the outlook sound good.Simpson referred to his Season 2 involvement as “unclear,” which makes sense given that — Season 1 spoiler alert! Just prepare yourself for another addicting season.