Benedict Wong

Deadly Class: Detention is the Least of Your Worries at THIS School (TRAILER)

With the cable network’s adaptation of Rick Remender (Black Science, Tokyo Ghost) and Wes Craig‘s critically acclaimed Image Comics comic book Deadly Class set to open the doors on its freshman year in January 2019, Syfy is giving us a brand new look at the series. This time, the focus is less on the violence (though there’s some) or the visuals (though […]

Deadly Class Trailer Released at NYCC, Premieres January 16

Deadly Class certainly knows how to turn heads at NYCC, as this afternoon Syfy not only revealed a new trailer, but announced its premiere date. The show based off the Image Comics series by Rick Remender and Wes Craig, will make its grand entrance on January 16. Check out the trailer below: Set in a […]

Deadly Class ‘Cliques’ Teaser: At The Academy, The Wrong Lunch Table Can Get You Killed

With Syfy‘s adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s critically acclaimed Image Comics comic book series Deadly Class set to open its doors in 2019, we’re getting a new teaser that shows us just how brutal the social clique scene can be at The Academy. Adapted for television by Remender and Miles Orion Feldsott (American Koko), and spearheaded by Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo, here’s […]

Syfy’s ‘Deadly Class’ Teaser: Welcome to The Academy – Hope You Survive!

With Syfy‘s adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s critically acclaimed Image Comics comic book Deadly Class set to start its school year in 2019, we’re getting a new look at the series in the form of a teaser that welcomes us to The Academy – in it’s own “special” way. Adapted for television by Remender and Miles Orion Feldsott (American Koko), and […]

Syfy’s ‘Deadly Class’ Enrolls Chicago P.D.’s Mick Betancourt as Co-Showrunner, EP

With their adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s critically acclaimed Image Comics graphic novel series Deadly Class set to open its doors for enrollment in 2019, Syfy has announced that Chicago P.D.‘s Mick Betancourt is transferring onto the project as both co-showrunner and executive producer. Adapted for television by Remender and Miles Orion Feldsott (American […]

Syfy Offers First Look at Russo Brothers ‘Deadly Class’ Series Adaptation

Taking its turn during Monday’s NBCUniversal upfront presentation to Madison Avenue ad buyers, Syfy offered a behind-the-scenes first look at their series adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s comic book Deadly Class, courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter. From executive producers Joe and Anthony Russo (Avengers: Infinity War), director Lee Toland Krieger (Riverdale), and showrunner Adam Targum (Banshee), […]

Deadly Class: Syfy Orders Rick Remender, Wes Craig Image Graphic Novel to Series

Seven months after the network ordered the project to pilot, Syfy has ordered the pilot adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s graphic novel Deadly Class to series. From executive producers Joe and Anthony Russo (Avengers: Infinity War), director Lee Toland Krieger (Riverdale), and showrunner Adam Targum (Banshee), the series is set in a dark, comic book world against the backdrop of late 1980s counter culture. The […]

Deadly Class: Russo Brothers Release First Look At Syfy Series Cast

Less than a week after Syfy has announced the full cast for their adaptation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s graphic novel Deadly Class, executive producers Joe and Anthony Russo took to their Instagram account on Monday to give fans their first look at the “student roster:” Deadly Class boasts a script from Remender and Miles Feldsott; with Lee Toland Krieger set to direct and Adam […]

Syfy’s Deadly Class Cast Announced: Benedict Wong, Lana Condor, And More

Less than two months after ordering the series adaptation to pilot, Syfy has announced the full cast for Deadly Class. Based on Rick Remender and Wes Craig‘s graphic novel of the same name, the pilot was written by Remender and Miles Feldsott; with Lee Toland Krieger set to direct and Adam Targum (Banshee) serving as showrunner. Avengers: […]

Rich Johnston At The London Film And Comic Con Tomorrow, Table 38

Tony Lee talked about running the comic book side of the London Film And Comic Con on Bleeding Cool yesterday. Well, it seems that I am going to be giving him an even greater headache. I will be at the London Film And Comic Con as a guest. I’ll have a table and everything. But it […]

Benedict Wong Can Neither Confirm Nor Deny A Doctor Strange Sequel

This morning I had the opportunity to speak with actor Benedict Wong about his role in Doctor Strange, how his character of Wong differed from the comic version and where he’d like to see the relationship between Strange and Wong go moving forward. I caught him in what he called his painter fatigue as he […]

Making A Modern Wong

In a new video interview, Benedict Wong talks about adapting his character of Wong from the comic page to the film Doctor Strange. But the character in the comics is very much a man of his times with a lot of stereotypical limitations that would not do in a modern film. So they had to […]

Fifth of November Brings Memorable Doctor Strange Box Office Debut

Remember, remember, the… wait, what were we supposed to remember again? We’ve been wearing this really tight Guy Fawkes mask while hanging out in a cellar underneath Rich Johnston’s AirBNB last night, and we think it may be cutting off the circulation to our brain. Maybe we’ll just step outside for a breath of fresh air. But before we […]

Doctor Strange’s Wong Will Be In Avengers: Infinity War

Doctor Strange is just a few days away (at least for those of us in the the UK), with the mythical side of the MCU opening up a little. Seeing how that affects future films in the series will be quite interesting. It seems like there will be a constant from that realm popping up […]

Mongol Strike – Netflix Uses Video Game Format To Promote Marco Polo

The second season of Marco Polo starts today on Netflix and stars Benedict Wong, Lorenzo Richelmy, Michelle Yeoh, Joan Chen, Tom Wu and Gabriel Byrne. And to show that this is a historical drama mixed with a martial art film, the producers have put together nine different videos showcasing fights from the two seasons done […]

Season 2 Of Marco Polo Gets Darker

We are two days away from the release of Marco Polo season 2 on Netflix. The first season was the first thing I’d ever binge-watched, getting caught up in the first couple episodes late one night after “giving it a try” and finding myself watching the last episode as the sun rose the next day. […]