Category Archives: TV
Yeah, this is a bit anticlimactic since we’ve already gotten quite a good look at him in set photos.
UFO graffiti, a lab coat and some aliens. What does it all mean?
We met Harvey Bullock and Selina Kyle, and now Fox have released the first official image of Gotham’s Alfred Pennyworth, played by Sean Pertwee. I’m not sure if we’ve seen any unofficial paparazzi pics of him yet, but they’re probably …
Olly MacNamee writes for Bleeding Cool: [*Spoilers for Season One of Sleepy Hollow!] For fans of the first season of Sleepy Hollow, the finale did not disappoint. Revealing to viewers that Henry Parrish was actually Ichabod and Katrina’s vengeful son, …
While the first trailer for FX’s Fargo miniseries focused on “Story” (well, sort of) this one is all about the cast. Actually, I think this one tells us a lot more about what we’re in for. Quick snippets of each …
For being a remake that I’m not sure anyone really wants, this is a pretty cool poster.
Top class tag line too.
I bet that lad is having the time of his life knowing that he’s kinda sorta Batman.
He’ll be an asset to SHIELD, I’m sure, and I’m definitely looking forward to seeing on the show.
Fox is starting to do a little more marketing for their Batman prequel series Gotham. First came the logo and website and synopsis, and now, the first official character image. I wonder if they’re pissed the paparazzi got the jump …
Though FX’s attempts to realise Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming’s Powers as a TV show faltered not once but twice, there turns out to have been a happy ending. Well, the promise of one, at least.
AMC is really sticking to its airport theme in marketing the seventh and final season.
According to the author, there have been real and meaningful discussions about taking the series to the big screen.
All the elements that made the original Faro so good is here.
If you can’t guess what Billy Dee William’s dancing partner will be wearing then I suppose you’re still waiting for your first coffee of the day.
The young Jim Gordon is a good looking TV star type, manifest in the form of Ben McKenzie. It stands to reason that Oswald Cobblepot, the man who will one day be The Penguin, would be younger too.
This is, if nothing else, a rather unusual look. There’s a rather more simple texture to the CG than in many recent movies, and then there’s a very pen-like line style over the top. All things considered, it’s not scary. …
When Kristen Bell Called Up Bleeding Cool To Chat About Veronica Mars – The Character, The Movie, The Novels
Veronica Mars, in person. Sort of. Close as can be.