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Castle of Horror: Doctor Sleep: The Stephen King Retrospective

The Death of “Doctor Sleep”: Is Retail Cinema at Death’s Door?

Warner Bros. woke up this morning to some really sad, but ultimately predictable news this morning. Their $50 million some odd sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep, literally died in theaters this past weekend, with possible losses of more than $20 million expected to come home to roost. That news would be a shock for […]

HBO Picks Up Hugh Jackman-Starrer Bad Education Out Of TIFF

HBO Picks up Hugh Jackman-Starrer “Bad Education” out of TIFF

HBO has acquired Cory Finley‘s Thoroughbreds follow-up, Bad Education, following the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival. The acquisition by HBO is said to be for $17.5 million–a record-breaking purchase for any film to screen in Toronto. The film team had been looking for $20 million and an Oscar push. This isn’t to say that theatrical […]

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An Oral History of ‘Deadwood: The Movie’ from Dan F**kin’ Dority (aka W Earl Brown)

Today is the day! The continuation of David Milch-created Shakespearean Western series Deadwood by way of Deadwood: The Movie. 13 years ago, the series was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it’s tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had been snuffed far too soon for the […]

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Molly Parker on Returning for ‘Deadwood: The Movie’, Character Chemistry

We are SO CLOSE to the premiere of HBO’s much-longed for continuation of David Milch-created Shakespearean Western series Deadwood by way of Deadwood: The Movie. 13 years ago, the series was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it’s tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had […]

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Brad Dourif on ‘Deadwood: The Movie’, Don Mancini’s Chucky, ‘Dune’

It’s been nigh-on 13 years since HBO’s incredible Shakespearean Western series Deadwood was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it’s tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had been snuffed far too soon for the David Milch-masterclass of a show in 2006, and […]

Robin Weigert Talks ‘Deadwood: The Movie’, Returning to Calamity Jane

It’s been nigh-on 13 years since HBO’s incredible Shakespearean Western series Deadwood was unceremoniously cancelled before getting to end it’s tale of the South Dakota mining town denizens. It felt, to fans and cast alike, that the camp candle had been snuffed far too soon for the David Milch masterclass of a show in 2006, and […]

HBO Takes Us Behind The Scenes of 'Deadwood' The Movie

HBO Takes Us Behind The Scenes of ‘Deadwood’ The Movie

We still can’t believe we’re actually, FINALLY getting Deadwood the Movie from HBO, and it’s hitting the cable giant soon! If you missed the first trailer, before we get into the newly-released behind-the-scenes look, here it is: Former rivalries are reignited, alliances are tested and old wounds are reopened, as all are left to navigate […]

HBO Says "Welcome the F**K Back" to 'Deadwood'

HBO Says “Welcome the F**K Back” to ‘Deadwood’ [Trailer]

Is it time yet is it time yet?! Maybe you’ve noticed- but we’re rather partial to Deadwood round here. Imagine our glee every time HBO posts anything new about the continuation film. Like today’s “Welcome the f**k back to Deadwood” post, which ALSO HAD a new trailer. Former rivalries are reignited, alliances are tested and old […]

NEW YORK - AUGUST 29, 2016: American actor and singer Leslie Odom Jr. at the red carpet before US Open 2016 opening night ceremony at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York

Leslie Odom Jr. Joins ‘Sopranos’ Prequel Film, ‘Newark’

Seems like the upcoming Sopranos prequel film Newark (the shortened official title from the previously announced one of The Many Saints of Newark) isn’t done casting yet, as Hamilton alum Leslie Odom Jr. has joined the production. According to Deadline, Odom Jr.’s role is a “key” one, but nothing more than that. Alan Taylor is directing a script by The Sopranos series […]


‘The Many Saints of Newark’ Gains Ray F**king Liotta

The Sopranos prequel film The Many Saints of Newark just added a notorious goodfella to the cast, and we’re pretty f**king keen on seeing who Ray Liotta will be playing. “I am thrilled to be working with David Chase and Alan Taylor on The Many Saints of Newark,” Liotta said of the news. “David’s talent is unmatched and the […]


‘Deadwood’ Movie End “Leaves You Wondering” Says Ian McShane

Almost 10 years following the cancellation of HBO’s western drama Deadwood, we’re FINALLY getting the continuation, but in film-form. The Shakespeare-with-swearing series from creator David Milch is getting a feature-length movie release from HBO, which will reportedly pick up in the South Dakota mining town post-statehood. During the HBO TCA (Television Critics Association) Winter Press Tour […]

HBO’s ‘Deadwood’ Movie Coming THIS SPRING

HBO boss Casey Bloys has announced when the cabler will release the much anticipated Deadwood film, set 10 years after the third season. While it wasn’t a date-date, we do know the film will hit the network sometime THIS SPRING, so break out the peaches and the goddamn cinnamon. Almost all the original cast (minus those […]

Michael Gandolfini to Play Young Tony in ‘The Sopranos’ Movie

This casting news is a bit of an emotional roller coaster- The Sopranos prequel film The Many Saints of Newark have cast young Tony Soprano, and there is most definitely a family connection. Michael Gandolfini, son of the late James Gandolfini (who played the Jersey mobster in the HBO series), will be taking on the role of […]

Corey Stoll, Billy Magnussen Join ‘The Sopranos’ Prequel Film

The Many Saints of Newark is rounding out their cast, with two new names being added to The Sopranos sequel film from series creator David Chase. According to Variety, Corey Stoll and Billy Magnussen have both joined the HBO / New Line Cinema film, joining the previously announced cast of Vera Farmiga, Alessandro Nivola, and Jon Bernthal. Alan Taylor is directing The […]

Vera Farmiga, Jon Bernthal Join ‘The Sopranos’ Prequel Film

The prequel film The Many Saints of Newark based on the early days of notable characters from HBO’s hit series The Sopranos is gaining more cast members. It was just revealed that Vera Farmiga and Jon Bernthal have joined the feature film, according to a report from Variety. The Many Saints of Newark doesn’t have much public detail […]

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The Sopranos Creator David Chase Confirms Young Tony Soprano in Prequel Film

HBO‘s groundbreaking series The Sopranos is celebrating its 20th anniversay this week – let that sink in for a minute as you think back to where you were (and what you were wearing) in 1999. Looks like you’re not the only one thinking about the past, with series creator David Chase moving ahead with series […]

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‘Deadwood’: A Postscript Dispatch from the Thoroughfare

One of our favorite things ’round these parts is discovering that someone who worked on a series/film that we loved loves it just as much. Like W. Earl Brown and Deadwood, which should surprise no one. Brown played Dan Dority on the HBO series across its three seasons, and is returning to the role of […]