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“Batman”: Aaron Eckhart Says Heath Ledger, Joaquin Phoenix Set Performance Bar

“Batman”: Aaron Eckhart Says Heath Ledger, Joaquin Phoenix Set Performance Bar

Aaron Eckhart loves sharing advice to other among the Batman film family. He played Harvey Dent/Two Face in The Dark Knight (2008), the second of director Christopher Nolan’s trilogy.  Regarded as the best live action Batman film, Eckhart feels a bond whenever an actor enters the Batman world. Eckhart spoke to Entertainment Weekly while promoting […]

‘Green Eggs and Ham’: Netflix’s Animated Series Serves Up Teaser, Voice Cast

Beloved childrens author/artist Dr. Seuss‘ (Theodor Seuss Geisel) Green Eggs and Ham is serving up a heaping helping of enjoyable animation when the series debuts on Netflix in Fall 2019. Now viewers are learning that the series has some very well-known voices making a season-long reservation at the Ellen DeGeneres-produced adaptation: Michael Douglas, Adam DeVine, Diane Keaton, […]

The Bleeding Cool TV Top 10 Best of 2018 Countdown: #3 Westworld

“Television is becoming a collage – there are so many channels that you move through them making a collage yourself. In that sense, everyone sees something a bit different.” – David Hockney There was a time when working for television was labelled a “demotion,” a professional death sentence for movie stars whose careers were on […]

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Jeffrey Wright the Wolf Expert in Trailer for ‘Hold the Dark’

Netflix has been releasing several of their upcoming original movie trailers this week, and the next on the docket is the Jeffrey Wright-wolf expert film Hold the Dark. Jeremy Saulnier, who directed Green Room, helmed this feature for Netflix, and the trailer is as creepy as it is snowy: Based on the novel by William Giraldi, a wolf […]

Let’s Talk About Westworld Season 2 Episode 3, “Virtu e Fortuna”

HBO’s highly acclaimed series Westworld is back, season 2 continuing in earnest last week with episode 2, “Reunion”. The wait has been long for fans of the show, the ending of season 1 leaving most viewers with more questions than answers. The premiere, following in the same first-season footpaths, did similar, leaving the door [what door] […]

Let’s Talk About Westworld Season 2 Episode 2, “Reunion”

HBO’s highly acclaimed series Westworld is back, season 2 kicking off in earnest last week with episode 1, “Journey Into Night”. The wait has been long for fans of the show, the ending of season 1 leaving most viewers with more questions than answers. The premiere, following in the same first-season footpaths, did similar, leaving the […]

Let’s Talk About Westworld Season 2 Premiere, “Journey Into Night”

Tonight HBO’s acclaimed series Westworld returns for the premiere of season 2 with episode “Journey Into Night”. The wait has been long for fans of the show, the ending of season 1 leaving most viewers with more questions than answers. Returning cast members have been nothing but excited for the episode to air, attendees at the […]

[Tribeca 2018] A Look at HBO’s Westworld Season 2 Red Carpet Event

With the Hosts ready to stake out their own declaration of independence from Delos Inc. by any means necessary beginning with Sunday night’s Season 2 premiere, HBO‘s Westworld held a special screening event on Thursday, April 19th at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Along with a screening of the second season (subtitled […]

Pacific Rim’s Rinko Kikuchi Looks to Create the Apocalypse in Westworld Season 2

While I’m sure there’s a really great jaeger/host joke just ready to be dropped with an accompanying “ba-dum-ch,” Oscar nominated actress Rinko Kikuchi looks less interested in jokes and much more interested in creating – not cancelling – the apocalypse. The Pacific Rim actress is set to join the second season of HBO‘s sci-fi series […]

Westworld Season 2 Trailer: Delos Destinations Will Pay for Its “Sin”

With less than a month to go before it’s April 22 second season premiere, HBO has released the first full official trailer for Westworld‘s sophomore season. And as we can see from the preview below, Delos Destinations Inc. looks to have its hidden “sin” exposed by the hosts – by any means necessary: https://youtu.be/sjVqDg32_8s In […]

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Westworld: First Images of Season 2 Released, Dolores Gets New Look

HBO’s hit series Westworld won’t be back on the air anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean we’re not LIVING for the teases from the park. Today, Entertainment Weekly dropped a whole mess o’ images from the second season of the series, including Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) with a new look. All these photos are by John P. […]

Westworld Season 2: Evan Rachel Wood Teases Spring 2018 Premiere

Sometimes it really doesn’t hurt to just ask, as one Westworld fan found out on Monday when star Evan Rachel Wood responded to their tweet with a reveal of the show’s second season premiere time frame: Spring 2018 https://t.co/qM5VqCwoPA — #EvanRachelWould (@evanrachelwood) November 6, 2017 Wood was responding to a tweet from Twitter follower @Mystasiaboss, who […]

‘Westworld’ Season 2: HBO Reveals New Footage In 2018 Preview Video

HBO has a tradition of putting out videos where they essentially remind you of all the shows they’ve had on for the past year — I guess you could call it their version of taking a victory lap. Considering the cable giant has scripted series like Ballers, Big Little Lies and Insecure; and specials like […]

Westworld Adds Jeffrey Wright, Shannon Woodward, Rodrigo Santoro And 3 More

HBO series Westworld has cast six actors according to TVLine. Most notably Jeffrey Wright of Boardwalk Empire and the James Bond franchise, Shannon Woodward of Raising Hope and Rodrigo Santoro of Lost. Also cast  Ingrid Bolso Berdal (Hercules), Angela Sarafyan (The Good Guys) and Simon Quarterman (The Devil Inside). The series is being produced by J.J. Abrams, […]

Review: Source Code

Kate Atherton writes for Bleeding Cool: It’s fair to say that audiences and critics alike expect great things from Duncan Jones’ Source Code. That’s what happens when your debut movie is as big a favourite as Moon has become. But the pressure isn’t for Duncan Jones alone as there is hardly a scene in this […]

Second Source Code Trailer Gets Its Polygons On

Still looking, good, I think. This second trailer for Duncan Jones’ Source Code is shorter than the first, and takes a slightly different tack in trying to relate a relatively complex plot premise. It also gives away some of the more showy FX stuff. That’s a great cast. Trailer via Moviefone.

UK Trailer For Duncan Jones Source Code

Okay, I have no idea why but the new, UK trailer for Duncan Jones’ Source Code is some 10-15 seconds shorter than the US one. I’m scratching my head as to why. There doesn’t appear to be anything contentious in the missing seconds, and it’s not like this new edit is much smoother or more […]