Maybe he’ll need Lucille after all.”Rampage” is expected to hit theaters on April 20, 2018.[via: Deadline] Posted April 5, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongJeffrey Dean Morgan gets to take a break from playing his notorious “Walking Dead” character, Negan, and take on a part that doesn’t involve carrying around a barbed wire-wrapped bat called Lucille.The actor has nabbed a supporting role in “Rampage,” an upcoming film based on the 1980s arcade game, Deadline reports. The move makes him part of a star-studded ensemble cast that also includes Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Akerman, and Joe Manganiello, among others.It sounds like Morgan might get to be on the side of the good guys this time, though we’re just guessing at this point. Plot details are still limited, but the gist of the story is that the military will have to take on three giant monsters rampaging around North America. He’ll play the swaggering Agent Russell, a member of the secret government division OGA.

The series follows that journey, along with her adjustment to Green Gables, including her budding friendship with Diana Barry (Dalila Bela) and rivalry with Gilbert Blythe (Lucas Jade Zumann).Based on what we’ve seen so far, the show looks like it’ll be as heart-warming as the book series.As Anne says, “it’s so easy to love Green Gables, isn’t it?”The series premieres May 12 on Netflix. H. When they get Anne instead, they mean to send her back, but she ends up working her way into their hearts and home. Thomson) and Marilla (Geraldine James), who had wanted a boy to help out on their farm. The trailer introduces us to Anne (with an “e,” of course), the spirited and imaginative heroine of the classic L.M. Posted April 5, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongRaise a glass of raspberry cordial, because Netflix’s official “Anne” trailer is here.The “Anne of Green Gables” adaptation hits the streamer in May, so Netflix unveiled a new preview on Tuesday. Montgomery books.We get all of the basics of the story: Orphan Anne Shirley (Amybeth McNulty) is mistakenly sent to live with the aging Cuthbert siblings, Matthew (R.

He said that his character, Trench Mauser, “was not well written” in the third film and he didn’t feel like he added any value. Stallone had starred in and co-written each of the series’ prior three films, plus directed the first.On top of the Stallone issue, though, Schwarzenegger voiced other concerns. It’ll be interesting to see how it plays out. Although there are certainly enough actors in the franchise to carry a film without two of its stars, the upcoming film would look very different without Schwarzenegger and Stallone.[via: EW] He explained his decision in very definitive terms.”There is no ‘Expendables’ without Sly,” Schwarzenegger said. There were reportedly creative differences, and the big-name action star decided to leave the project. “I would never do the movie without him, no.”The problem here is that Stallone is indeed out — his rep confirmed the news to EW last week. Posted April 5, 2017 by Stephanie Topacio LongIf Sylvester Stallone doesn’t return for “The Expendables 4,” the action film series looks likely to lose another big star.Arnold Schwarzenegger recently told EW that he isn’t interested in appearing in the franchise’s next film without his longtime co-star. As such, even if Stallone were to return, Schwarzenegger wants to see a “very well-developed” part before reprising his role in “The Expendables 4.” So far, he hasn’t seen a script.There are a lot of big ifs here that need to be ironed out, especially if the film is going to shoot in August as Schwarzenegger says they usually do.

We’ll get there.”Posey recently finished filming the the sixth and final season of “Teen Wolf,” which airs this summer on MTV.Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook. As the show teased recently, Jane “has been passionately in love with exactly three men in her life.” Two of them are Michael, her dead husband, and Rafael, the father of her child.But as the narrator said, “The first was … Posted April 5, 2017 by Kelly WooLooks like “Jane the Virgin” has a thing for werewolves!”Teen Wolf” star Tyler Posey is joining the cast of the CW dramedy, in a role that will continue into Season 4, which has already been given a greenlight. He’ll first appear in Season 3’s finale on May 22. No details about his character were revealed, other than that he’s someone from Jane’s (Gina Rodriguez) past.Perhaps Posey will play Jane’s mysterious first love. actually, I’m not ready to introduce him yet.

“Master of None” season 2 begins streaming May 12 on Netflix.Want more stuff like this? Posted April 5, 2017 by Kelly WooCall him the Italian stallion.Netflix unveiled the trailer for “Master of None” season 2, which takes Dev (Aziz Ansari) to Italy. At the end of last season, Dev decided to embark on a pasta making mission after the end of his relationship. Like us on Facebook. Now, he’s living up in Italy, motoring around on a scooter, eating cheese, jumping into pools with hot Italian women, and partying with friend Arnold.However glamorous that all sounds, there is a touch of melancholy in the trailer, as Dev continues to go on date after date, looking for love. A glimpse of Ansari’s parents! The official synopsis reads: “After traveling abroad, Dev returns to New York to take on challenges in his personal and family life, a new career opportunity, and a complex, developing relationship with someone very meaningful to him.”The best part of the trailer?

“Man Down,” starring Shia LaBeouf as a U.S. It made $454,490 in its limited theatrical run this past December in the U.S.”Man Down” was released on Digital HD on February 21, and Blu-ray/DVD/On Demand March 7, so you could argue that anyone who wanted to see the movie just watched it from the comforts of home.Want more stuff like this? Posted April 5, 2017 by Gina CarboneOuch. It was only playing in one theater, though, and the manager of that theater told The Hollywood Reporter the film has now sold three tickets, but will likely end its weeklong run this Thursday without more sales.(Unless some fans in the town of Burnley, England, rush over now to see what the lack of fuss is about.)”Man Down” co-stars Gary Oldman, Jai Courtney, and Kate Mara, so there was certainly enough combined starpower to draw in a crowd of more than three. Still, that makes it one of the lowest openings ever for a movie with such a famous cast, and the theater manager told THR she hadn’t “experienced anything like it before.”If “Man Down” does end its U.K. But THR pointed out that the movie only played in that one Reel Cinema in Burnley, and only once a day, and with no real promotion. Like us on Facebook. The movie premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2015, and went on to the Toronto Film Festival the same year. run with three tickets sold, that’s a total of £21 ($26.20). Marine with PTSD returning home from Afghanistan, made headlines this week when it opened in the United Kingdom with just one ticket sold.

I think what he was saying is that he didn’t realize that there was a plan B, that Negan was intending on killing Carl. You never really see Dwight firing the gun in that episode at anybody. What exactly was he trying to communicate, though? There’s a lot that Dwight could and could not have known.Finale director Greg Nicotero explained the meaning in a talk with Yahoo TV.”Dwight’s obviously the one who knocked the tree over to slow the Saviors. Posted April 5, 2017 by Gina CarboneYou can’t text in “The Walking Dead” apocalypse, so sometimes you have to communicate by wooden toy soldier. Dwight, on the other hand, may be viewed as more expendable.We’ll have to wait for October to see the next move in this intriguing All Out War chess game … Dwight has to be careful in his double-agent role so that Negan does not suspect him. We kept it purposely vague, but he needs Daryl and everybody there to know that he’s still on their side.”From here, it seemed like Dwight might’ve also been trying to say he didn’t know that the Scavengers had a deal with Negan, and maybe he didn’t know Sasha was in the coffin either. Negan now suspects Eugene for giving Sasha pills, but Eugene is very useful to Negan, so it’s not likely he’d kill the guy. Like us on Facebook. That’s what happened in the Season 7 finale, when Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) picked up a soldier with the note “Didn’t Know.” Some fans were confused on who sent it, perhaps not recalling the toy soldier Dwight (Austin Amelio) carved in Season 6 when he and Daryl first met.Dwight knew Daryl would understand that “Didn’t know” note was from him. with wooden toy soldiers as the pawns.Want more stuff like this? Dwight needs them to know that he’s still on their side.

It’s been a role that’s been good to me so far […] There’s quite a high death count in ‘Game of Thrones’ and they don’t blanch at removing favorite characters. There’s one season left, and it’s expected to start filming this coming fall. Is he, though? We last saw him in a sad farewell with his beloved khaleesi, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), who told him to go off and find a cure, then rejoin her posse as she takes the Seven Kingdoms. Is his end close? As much as we love Jorah, that’s the great silver lining of his exile.”Game of Thrones” Season 7 premieres Sunday, July 16 on HBO.Want more stuff like this? Like us on Facebook. Will Iain be around to film it? They just get rid of them in a brutal way. Does Ser Jorah survive Season 7? My end may well be close but so far I’m doing OK.”So far he’s doing okay. Will he even be in Season 7?You know his greyscale must still be spreading. Posted April 5, 2017 by Gina Carbone”Game of Thrones” actor Iain Glen (Jorah Mormont) gets this week’s gold star for expertly riding the line of hope and doom.Season 7 is finished filming and will premiere this July on HBO. Will he last to the end? Will he be MIA like Gendry for an extreme length of time, leaving fans to ask “Where’s Jorah?” Will he head back to Bear Island, where he’s originally from, a redeemed man at Dany’s side, and earn the respect of his cousin, Lyanna Mormont? No pressure, though!Iain Glen recently talked to Winter Is Coming about his character’s fate:”I’ve always enjoyed playing Jorah. If Ser Jorah hadn’t fled the Seven Kingdoms in disgrace, he’d be the head of House Mormont right now, instead of our adored mini queen.

I know enough about a baseball game, I just don’t have enough general knowledge of enough teams to just walk in, and to kind of know who you’re talking about.Peet: And contextualize everything.Azaria: Yes, that I could do. I sit there and describe it to my seven-year-old son. That was one of the basic comedic premises I had from when I was 15 years old was, “Are these guys always like this? Lately, I had one …Peet: You did?Azaria: I did, like, this “Sesame Street” thing. There’s talk of me going down to spring training and actually taking an inning. I’m an expert on the Mets, because they’re my beloved team. So the character’s dilemma became mine, which was exactly what we wanted. It was pretty great.”Brockmire” premieres Wednesday, April 5th, on IFC. I’d be like, “Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Sometimes you watch someone for years, and then you meet them and they’re an a**hole, and they’re not funny. No, Hank is actually really funny. Do they always sound this way? I was genuinely on takes really enjoying watching Amanda do her thing.I’ll tell you something else. Almost to an annoying degree. It’s like, “It doesn’t matter. How did you get there?Azaria: A lot of practice. I love, love, love, love baseball, and the older I get, the more I love it.Are you developing a love for it at all, Amanda?Peet: We shot really quickly, so I didn’t really have time. He’d been writing stuff for this character. I absolutely could for the Mets, because all I would need to know is get familiarized with the opposing team’s stats and salient information. There were times, some takes it’s like, “Wow, she’s really upset right now.” And it really gets you, your acting is on a personal level, like “Oh sh*t.”So your instinct is to sort of take care of someone or respond honestly, but I had to do that as Brockmire, which was weird. After launching a prototype of the character on Funny or Die five years ago, Azaria’s taking Jim Brockmire to television.In the series, a decade after a vicious, profanity-laden rant — still in those controlled broadcast intonations — upon learning of his wife’s infidelity launched him into Internet meme infamy, Brockmire’s trying to rebuild what’s left of his life and career at a rust belt minor league team owned by the strong-willed Jules (Amanda Peet), who’s surprisingly confident in Brockmire’s potential to turn things around, both for the ball club and himself.Azaria, a passionate Mets fan offscreen, and Peet, whose general lack of knowledge of the sport is in stark contrast to her characters, joined Moviefone for some “inside baseball” chat about the new series — including Moviefone’s unexpected influence.Moviefone: The character obviously started with you, Hank. So I thought it was original.How’s your level of baseball fanaticism?Azaria: Mine is very high, hers is quite low. No, I don’t know anyone personally. One of the influences of this voice was the Moviefone guy that you used to call up. We had a really good time.Azaria: We did. Yeah, and then I think the idea of playing a middle-aged woman who’s a baseball fanatic and the owner of a minor league team was very appealing. He’s at a level above. Again, one of the comic premises was, “Did this guy sound this way when he’s in trouble with his girlfriend? “Elmo looks on in horror as Hank Azaria wears the disembodied head of Cookie Monster.” But that’s about the worst. Just say the line.”Do you think you could actually call a game?Azaria: It’s an interesting question, and it might come up in promotion of this. I did look like you had chopped Cookie Monster’s head off and stuck it on my head.And there was, like, a meme, right? There’s been a lot of practice and back and forth. But for the new IFC series “Brockmire,” he’s zeroed in on one style of speaking in particular, and what a voice it is.Since he was a teenager, Azaria admits he’s been fascinated by the verbal cadences of the classic baseball play-by-play announcer — think Phil Rizzuto, Vin Scully and Bob Murphy — and whether they carried that same distinctive delivery from the playing field into their everyday lives. “If you would like to press three, press four …” All that nonsense was one of those generic, iconic announcer voices that I got fascinated with, but especially in sports, and especially baseball.That cool, calm, and collected qualitywhile he’s actually losing his mind — the humor in that is so funny, but it’s so hard to pull off. Did you build him from the voice up?Hank Azaria: Oh, absolutely. I don’t usually have a job or anything. The word of the day was “imposter,” and I pretended with Elmo to be Cookie Monster, and Grover, and whatnot. When they’re having sex, when they’re having a nervous breakdown, when they’re drunk off their a**es, do they still sound like this?” I thought it would be hilarious if they did.Did you ever do a variation of him anywhere else before the Funny or Die bit?Azaria: Occasionally on “The Simpsons” over the years, for a line or three, but that’s pretty much about it.Amanda, for you, when they brought this to you, what was the immediate “yes factor” that you saw in the story and your character?Amanda Peet: I was a huge fan of Hank’s, for one thing.Azaria: That was it.Peet: I didn’t mean it. I was wearing hats. I love baseball. Most of the roles that I get are to be someone’s wife or girlfriend. I wore a Cookie Monster hat to imitate Cookie Monster. I know he’s a great writer, but he’s, like I said, knows his baseball stuff. Oh, it was Reddit. He writes those so meticulously that I pretty much do them as written.I don’t need you to name names — unless you really feel like it — but have you ever had a friend or a colleague that’s gotten caught in a meme or a viral video, and you’ve seen it just cause their life to really melt down in some way?Peet: I just learned what a meme was when we were shooting.Azaria: Even I knew that!Peet: I learned what Snapchat is, too.Azaria: You didn’t know that either? Joel is at a level of he could go on any sports talk show and actually talk with authority as an analyst. Should I be happy or sad?” Face acting.Azaria: She took great pains to make sure, rather meticulously, to know exactly what it was she was talking about, what was being referred to, what was the situation baseball, what was the term and why. Almost every character I’ve done was built from the voice up. I watched some of Ken Burns’s documentary, and I watched “The Battered Bastards of Baseball.” And yet, it was really difficult for me to get some of the jargon down, and I definitely had to be coached by Hank during a lot of close-ups where I was supposed to be responding to a nail-biter, or anything actually, not even a nail-biter, just a regular play. Joel is a true expert — the writer of the show, Joel Church-Cooper. Posted April 5, 2017 by Scott HuverFor ages, Hank Azaria’s been the man of a thousand voices, at least within the city limits of “The Simpsons'” Springfield U.S.A. I had one, it was a very benign one. I know what’s happening in a game. I’m maybe a level or two just below that. It’s not much different, what’s going on.How much of the patter that he has is just full-on written out, and how much do you get to go off in your own direction with it?Azaria: That patter is about 97% full-on written out. I know everything about the Mets. You’re actually worse than I am. I will occasionally adjust a line, or come up with a little thing, but not much. We actually had a genuinely great time, which I think comes through in the performance, in the performances. Especially on those long baseball-oriented monologues. Wasn’t there like some Snapchat-y meme with me and Cookie Monster or something for a while? Joel is a savant. Have you seen “Winnebago Man”?Oh God, yes.Azaria: That was incredible, chronically, of how somebody’s life was destroyed by being a viral video.What was the fun discovery working together?Peet: I can’t catch — that’s something I discovered about myself. It’s amazing. We’ve been working together for about five years. Yeah, it got really big on Reddit. When he’s arguing with his wife?” And Amanda was so real and raw and committed to this role.

For me, that’s a central thrust and drive of the season.”So get used to that mystery. The premiere left him brushing off bro Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) as a stranger.Show creator Paul Scheuring talked to The Hollywood Reporter about the surprise twist of Michael insisting he’s not Michael, he’s Kaniel Outis. It’s part of that question: What happened to Michael in the last seven years? on FOX.Want more stuff like this? is not? It’s going to be a little bit challenging for people, but hopefully in a good way. It becomes this trope in ‘Prison Break’ where one brother comes up and says, ‘I’m going to get you out.’ And the other one goes, ‘Good!’ But if we take that entire idea and turn it on its head, and this man denies his brother — that he says, ‘I’m not Michael Scofield’ — then that’s a twist that no one will see coming. #PrisonBreak
— Prison Break Writers (@PBWritersRoom) April 5, 2017Scheuring said he didn’t want to just throw Michael into the mix right away; instead, he wanted to take us down the rabbit hole for a long-unwinding mystery:”It’s sort of withholding from the audience a big thing that they want. It’s something that takes episodes and episodes to unpack. I feel like it was done in Season 3. Posted April 5, 2017 by Gina Carbone”Prison Break” is back, but Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller) … Odysseus tells Cyclops his name is Nobody as part of his trick. Nobody did this,'” Scheuring said. (@Will_CLT_2017) April 5, 2017Here’s a preview of what’s ahead in this mini season:This season on #PrisonBreak… YOU’RE ALIVE!”
Michael: “My name is not Michael & I don’t know who you are.”
Me & Lincoln:
— Will H. We don’t give you all the answers right away.”You have to be wary when a showrunner openly admits a storyline will be “challenging” for viewers, but “Prison Break” fans have always been a patient lot. That last name Outis, Scheuring explained, is Greek for “nobody” and pulled from the name Odysseus used after being presumed dead in “The Odyssey.””It’s this tease: ‘Who did this?
— Prison Break (@PrisonBreak) April 5, 2017
“Prison Break” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. He’s nobody.””Nobody” is an Odyssey reference. He continued:”I wanted it to be a far more mystifying reason that he went missing. He’s there, but like Arya Stark, he is now No One. You’ll find out a lot more in subsequent episodes. “I thought that would be nice, if Michael had a name that’s almost a phantom name. It puts you in Lincoln’s shoes of discovering it, and it deepens the mystery. Fans turned out in force for the return of “Prison Break,” and had great reactions to the Michael twist:Me when Michael Scofield said ” i don’t know you ” to Lincoln, than i remember that he has a plan
— كريس (@Crisyaeh) April 5, 2017#PrisonBreak@PrisonBreak
Michael: -” I don’t now who you are”
— The invisible man (@invisibleman_17) April 5, 2017Lincoln: “Michael! Like us on Facebook. Initially, if it was just Lincoln walking up to Michael at the end of the episode, and he walks up to Michael and says, ‘I’m here to break you out,’ and Michael says, ‘Good,’ it just feels like …

Their plan? Well, they’re going to rob a bank of course. It’s light-hearted and deeply entertaining, and when we had the chance to interview the cast of the film (including Ann-Margaret and John Ortiz), we decided to play a little game with them: Steal It or Leave It.Their answers are pretty hilarious and speak to the kind of kooky fun to be had in “Going in Style.” Posted April 5, 2017 by Drew TaylorThis weekend’s “Going in Style” is an amiable comedy that’s sure to put a smile on your face. The Zach Braff-directed remake of the 1979 original sees Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin screwed out of their corporate pension and thirsty for revenge.