Joe and Cameron Remember Things Differently (What Else Is New?) in Exclusive Halt and Catch Fire Clip
AMC's Halt and Catch Fire is one of the best, and most underrated shows on TV right now. If you haven't been watching, you'll soon be able to binge the entire thing, as the show is currently in its final season. For those of you who watch Halt religiously (or those of you who aren't caught up and don't care about spoilers), AMC has provided us with an exclusive preview clip to share after the jump!Read More
AMC's new slate of "scripts-to-series" projects includes a darkly humorous alien series from Rainn Wilson, a sci-fi drama in which the Earth's rotation is slowing down, a B-movie anthology series, and adaptations of Ted Chiang's "Liking What You See: A Documentary," and Victor LaValle's The Ballad of Black Tom.Read More
Steven Yeun used to play Glenn on AMC's The Walking Dead. I say "used to," because—SPOILER ALERT—[spoiler]he was killed at the beginning of Season 7[/spoiler]. This fact seemed to cause a lot of people grief, because he was the one Asian main character on the whole show. Yeun has some stuff to say about that outpouring of grief over Glenn. Like, for starters, where was all that emotion when he was actually on the show? **Hate spoilers? STOP HERE**Read More
We've still got a ways to go before our favorite shows return from their winter breaks, and that's especially true for The Walking Dead, which doesn't come back until February 12. That gives them some time to stir up a whole new round of hype, though, and AMC's strange Walking Dead teaser images are doing just that.Read More
He's sticking around.
Like it or not, Jeffrey Dean Morgan's murderous, quippy villain Negan is sticking around—at least through next season.Read More
By now, you likely have either watched the season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead or spent enough time on social media to be spoiled about who Negan killed in the end. If you're one of the magical unicorns who evaded said spoilers, congratulations! Now turn away from this post and return when you have watched the complete episode.Read More
The Walking Dead finally returned last night—and after months of repeatedly teasing out the same cliffhanger (and trying to justify it), we finally learned the identity of the unlucky victim of last season's finale, in which Negan (played to brutally memorable degree by Jeffrey Dean Morgan) murdered someone with a bat.Read More
AMC has announced that Halt and Catch Fire will be getting a fourth, final season.Read More
AMC is going to screen Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Blazing Saddles in honor of Gene Wilder at 55 of their locations.Read More
Also: they originally wanted to get rid of the zombies.
It's interesting that rather than choosing to pick up an adaptation that would have been closer to Robert Kirkman's comic book series, they wanted to shape and mold the show into something more like Law and Order: The Walking Dead.Read More
There you have it, folks, a brand new trailer for season 7 of AMC's The Walking Dead.Read More
All things considered, it kind of seems like... overkill.
According to sources at The Hollywood Reporter, The Walking Dead team has gone one step further to try and preserve the secrecy surrounding the name of the character who got the ax (or, well, in this case the bat) in last season's finale.Read More
I mean, he's even got "super" in his name!
A seven-year-long study conducted by students at the University of Leicester in the U.K. has concluded that Superman is the best superhero in terms of who had the most useful superpowers versus weaknesses. Well, we know that Superman really only has one!Read More
Fandom worlds collide!
Co-stars Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus were trying to come up with something to cope with all the "blood and gore" on their show, and in an attempt to do something "lighter" decided to spoof the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special--which is just as awesome as it sounds.Read More
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg Discuss How The Walking Dead and Pineapple Express Paved the Way for Preacher
The show premieres tonight on AMC.
In a press interview, Rogen and Goldberg sat down to talk about the road to adapting Preacher--Rogen explained how it was actually during the making of Pineapple Express that they first wanted to put their names in consideration to bring the series to television.Read More
Interview: The Night Manager Director Susanne Bier
Danish filmmaker Susanne Bier has already proven herself a force in films, becoming the first—and so far only—woman to direct two films nominated for the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film (she wrote and directed 2006’s After the Wedding and 2010’s In a Better World). Recently, she’s ventured into English language directing, first replacing Darren […]Read More
It's Reedus on the open road with more motorcycles and a lot less walkers.
The star of Boondock Saints and The Walking Dead is going to be heading up his very own six-episode reality series for the same network that brought him into the homes of fans as Daryl Dixon.Read More
We will not be silenced! Except, like, in movie theaters.
Just yesterday, we got word of an interview in which AMC Theatres' new CEO, Adam Aron—in a fantastic display of trying not to judge the youths on their cell phone use while simultaneously insinuating they can't live for two hours without them—said that the key to getting millennials into movie theaters was allowing them to use their phones during movies. Then, we all had post-apocalyptic movie theater hellscape nightmares, and AMC realized that maybe wasn't the best idea.Read More
That's it. I'm ready for the Sunset Squad robot now.
AMC, the biggest movie theater chain in the United States, has a new CEO in Adam Aron, and he's up for some changes to the moviegoing experience. Granted, there are plenty of things that could be improved about theaters, but "allowing texting in theaters" isn't one of them—despite his willingness to try it. This is it. This is the hill my youth dies on. I guess I'm glad it's a movie theater-shaped hill, anyway.Read More
We've been really excited about AMC's upcoming adaptation of the Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon Vertigo title Preacher, which is coming to AMC next month thanks to Executive Producers Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and Sam Catlin. Now, AMC is prepared to offer the most excited fans the chance to attend one of four advance screenings of the Preacher premiere.Read More