In a delightful twist that livens up the fourth installment of the series, the hunter becomes the hunted. The mystery texter immediately seems to know Joe well, forcing him to confront the contradictions inherent in his obsessive cycles of love and death. He finds himself particularly drawn to Rhys Montrose (Ed Speleers), a man who has a checkered past similar to Joe’s. While Joe is in familiar moneyed territory, the cast of new characters livens up the world of the show. If you’ve recently seen Rian Johnson’s film Glass Onion, the concept might sound more than a bit familiar.
In 1899, he plays ship’s captain Eyk, a grieving man who comes to suspect foul play at the shipping company. In 1899, he plays the mysterious Daniel, a man who comes aboard when things start to get weird. The stage and screen actor played the lead in 2016’s National Theatre production of As You Like It. In 1899 she plays Tove, a pregnant Swedish passenger in steerage whose family of devout Christians becomes tangled up in the bonkers and tragic developments. In 1899, Tonnesen plays Krester, the brother of Clara Rosager’s Tove.4 months ago Den of Geek
Getting him out of Metropolis and out into the cosmos where he can cut loose will help mitigate any fears that audiences won’t accept another “traditional” Superman movie centered around Clark, Lois, The Daily Planet, and whatever else. Green Lantern Corps has long been in development as an HBO Max series (and at one point was slated for a 2020 release as a feature film). But why not use the character who kickstarted the DC Universe as a way to introduce the new screen Green Lantern mythology? Adding the Green Lantern Corps to a Superman sequel (I’m not suggesting giving him a ring, calm down) hits three important DCEU notes. Darkseid and The New GodsOn a similar note, WB could use Superman to solve one of the problems they caused in Justice League.5 months ago Den of Geek
JANUARYStonehouseSuccession‘s Matthew Macfadyen and Crossfire‘s Keeley Hawes star in this three-part ITV drama, based on a real-life political scandal. It aired between Monday 2nd and Wednesday 4th of January on ITV and is now available to stream on ITVX. Like huge Welsh hit Keeping Faith, it’s a bilingual drama filmed and broadcast in both Welsh (as Y Golau) and English. Attack the Block and The Kid Who Would Be King‘s Joe Cornish has adapted the novel for screen and directs. FEBRUARYNollyBefore we see Russell T Davies return as Doctor Who showrunner for the show’s 60th anniversary this November, ITVX (and later ITV) has a three-part drama to air from the screenwriter.2 months ago Den of Geek
And even though parents knew better by then, they still let their kids watch it. Yes, it was a legitimate kids’ TV show. The Pink WindmillOk this isn’t a horror show, but seriously, the Pink Windmill was a particularly indelible slice of hell. Pink Windmill was a live show which had different elements to it. Season eleven episode ‘Familiar’ featured a demonic character called Mr Chuckleteeth, a life-sized version of a children’s TV character who leads kids into the woods to their death.5 months ago Den of Geek
While she was trapped in the Quantum Realm, Janet befriended Kang and worked with him to build a vehicle to escape. As a result of Janet’s decision, Kang turned his attention to ravaging the Quantum Realm, making her persona non grata. Introduced at the end of the first Ant-Man, the Quantum Realm has played a surprisingly major role in the MCU. Furthermore, both Doctor Strange and members of the Agents of SHIELD have visited the Quantum Realm. In fact, the names of those characters might point to more Quantum Realm adventures in the MCU.1 month ago Den of Geek
The Last of Us (HBO) Episode 1 – Faithful Retelling Deviates in the Right WaysThe live-action version of The Last of Us has finally arrived after a protracted wait. Bringing even a small amount of its enchantment to this new television medium was a difficult assignment, but by the grace of God, director Craig Mazin and video game director Neil Druckmann succeeded admirably. The Last of Us’ tone has been wonderfully captured by Mazin and company, and they have managed to keep both newcomers and seasoned players entertained. There are a few clever fake-outs for video game lovers, and it also toys with your expectations. Although it errs on the side of being true in all the right ways, those who are familiar with the original material will find the deviations to be intriguing.2 months ago Geek Reply
Warner Bros. and New Line are taking a trip back down the hobbit hole with a deal that could spell many more Lord of the Rings (LOTR) works in the future. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings books and The Hobbit. This blast from the past, announced during Warner Bros. Discovery’s investor call, is a show of assurance from CEO David Zaslav to Wall Street that Warners is still playing ball in the franchise game. “Warner Bros. and Embracer have kept us in the loop every step of the way. However, the movie rights will allow the studio to explore the Third Age where, allegedly, the best-known events happened, and the best characters live.1 month ago Geek Culture