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Before They Were ‘Gods’: Mr. Wednesday Met Crockett & Tubbs. Twice.

So welcome back to another edition of Before They Were ‘Gods’, where we pull back the curtain on some of the past projects of the cast and crew connected with American Gods and give them their proper due. Since we’re still a little while off from any major Season 2 news, it’s a little something […]

Bryan Fuller, Michael Green And Their ‘Temple Of The (American) Gods’

Even with Starz’s American Gods wrapping-up its highly-watched  and critically-acclaimed first season only a few weeks ago and Emmy buzz around the series continuing to grow, co-creators and showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green are already at work on the show’s ten-episode second season (expected to premiere in mid-2018). But even in the midst of […]

American Gods Recapping A Prayer For Mad Sweeney: I Was A King Once

So Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane) and Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) are having to speed-up their road trip a little bit…but then again, you’d think that killing a god who betrayed you with the very sword he made you as new gods are breathing down your neck would necessitate a change-in-plans. Meanwhile…back at the taxi…Mad Sweeney […]


Emily Browning Pulls Double-Duty To Say “Prayer For Mad Sweeney”

As STARZ‘s American Gods marches onward towards an inevitable “war of the gods” (possibly) and the show’s season finale (definitely, as STARZ announced the show’s renewal for a Season 2 a few weeks back), we get a brief break in the action this week with “Prayer for Mad Sweeney,” with Emily Browning (Laura Moon) also starring […]


New American Gods Character Vulcan Will Address Issue Of Guns In America

Back in August, actor Corbin Bernsen was announced as securing the role of Vulcan in the Starz TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods. Though we know that Vulcan is the Roman god of fire, including volcanoes and metalworking, the character did not appear in Gaiman’s 2001 novel, so it was unclear how he would […]

Mackenzie Davis To Join Blade Runner Sequel

According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Martian and What If‘s Mackenzie Davis has joined the upcoming Blade Runner sequel. The film will star a returning Harrison Ford as Blade Runner Rick Deckard. The script by original film co-writer Hampton Fancher and Michael Green, based on a story by Fancher and Blade Runner director Ridley Scott, is shrouded […]

Blade Runner 2 To Come Out Of Retirement Earlier Than Expected

The Blade Runner sequel has a new release date. According to The Wrap, the Denis Villenueve-directed film will debut on October 6th 2017, several months earlier than its original January 12th, 2018 release date. The film will star a returning Harrison Ford as Blade Runner Rick Deckard — who may or may not be a […]

American Gods Finds Its Mr. Wednesday In Ian McShane

Deadwood‘s Ian McShane will play Mr. Wednesday in Starz‘s upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s American Gods. The series, executive produced and written by Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, tells the tale of the brewing war between the gods of mythology and the newer gods of technological progress. Into this conflict comes McShane’s Mr. Wednesday. Accompanied by […]


So What Is Actually Going On With Supergirl? Or Super? Or Girl? (UPDATE)

Two days ago, Bleeding Cool ran a story about DC Entertainment pitching a Supergirl series to TV Networks, following on from Gotham, Flash, Constantine and iZombie creating a Golden Age of DC Comics live action adaptations. We’d also heard that Michael Green, one of the writers who relaunched Supergirl as a comic book in the […]

DC Entertainment Actively Pitching A Supergirl TV Series, With Michael Green?

Michael Green is a producer on TV shows including Gotham, American Gods, Smallville, and Heroes, writer on Smallville, Heroes, Gotham, and films such as Green Lantern and the upcoming Flash. So, you know, he has form. He also worked with Mike Johnson on the New 52 reboot of Supergirl. Well, we understand Green is now taking […]




Dark Knight And Green Lantern Writers Might Hold The Key To Saving Akira

Pre-production on Warner Bros. Akira was brought to a screeching halt with staff sent home and offices closed. It would seem that the project is mortally wounded. So… who might save it? Though neither has been contracted yet, the studio are said to be considering Jonathan “Jonah” Nolan, writer on The Dark Knight and The […]