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Have you been watching True Detective this season? I have, and I’ve been hooked.
Adi Tantimedh writes: Three new cop shows this month have caught my eye: True Detective, Bosch and the British series Babylon. Cop shows are like the bread-and-butter of TV drama. They have a pre-sold audience that’s hungry for a genre …
After months of teases, the premiere is finally less than two weeks away.
Can it be January 12th yet?
Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson go deep and dark.
I don’t really know exactly what’s happening in each of these clips, but it’s definitely making me very interested in watching the show. Job well done, HBO.
Christian Bale, Casey Affleck and Woody Harrelson are not happy. But their poor diction makes it hard to understand why.
True Detective has been directed by the very assured and talented Cary Fukunaga from teleplays by Nic Pizzolatto.
He may have hung up his Dark Knight cape for good, but Christian Bale is showing no sign of giving up in the pursuit of evil.
Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Dave Franco and Isla Fisher have some tricks to show you.
First Look At Philip Seymour Hoffman And Other Supporting Players In More Hunger Games: Catching Fire Images
Finally, the grown ups get a look in. Well, and Prim.
The Hunger Games is a new, hard-edged sci-fi classic in the vein of 70s movies like Soylent Green or Rollerball. You can thank director Gary Ross for making sure it worked out the way it needed to.
Box office forecasters now predict that The Hunger Games will break $100 million on its first weekend of release in the US. I’m absolutely certain that they’re right. Indeed, I think this is going to be the biggest grossing film …
None of Bleeding Cool’s core team has yet seen Owen Moverman’s Rampart, but I dare say one or two of us will catch it over the weekend as it opens across the UK today. So, for us as much as you, …
Everybody and their blogging dog, it would seem, stopped by the set of Ruben Fleischer’s upcoming pizza delivery comedy, 30 Minutes or Less, and came back with the same flavour of comments on his in-the-works Zombieland sequel. Here’s the Reader’s …