Winter is coming, and with it the first still from "Game of Thrones" season three.
The image comes courtesy of HBO's Making Game of Thrones blog and shows an actor (with his back facing the camera unfortunately) filming a scene in Northern Ireland. The blog post says they're filming a very important fight between "two main protagonists" who become an "unexpected pairing" and that it is a "character-defining scene, for more than one who is involved, so it has to be done well."
We have a couple of theories about who it could be (Jaime and Brienne? Sandor Clegane and Beric Dondarrion? Arya and The Hound?) but the folks over at HBO aren't spilling anything. Fortunately, that's why we have actors. After the jump you can read a bit more about season three, straight from the lips of Gendry.
It's the final countdown: We only have months left until "Arrested Development" returns to us after being off the air for six years.
The cast and crew are busy filming the fourth season of the cult hit around southern California, but creator Mitch Hurwitz took time off his busy schedule to chat with Vulture about the return of "Arrested Development." The entire interview is very much worth your time, but to make life easier we've broken down Hurwitz's hilarious comments into the most newsworthy bites. Just wait until you see what he has to say about "JarJar Bluth."
If Eddie Murphy has his way about it, we will soon be seeing a "Beverly Hills Cop" TV show.
This isn't the first we've heard about the planned TV show, but it is the first time the series has seemed like it could actually become a reality. Vulture has learned that Murphy has teamed up with "The Shield" creator Shawn Ryan to develop the "Beverly Hills Cop" series pitch, and that the duo have partnered with Sony Pictures Television to adapt the story to the small screen. Murphy would act as executive producer and also play an on-camera role. That team started pitching the "hour-long crime procedural" to broadcast networks yesterday.
"Beverly Hill Cops" is a franchise that's very important to Murphy, so it's no surprise that he's trying to resurrect it in a way that stays faithful to the overall story. Read on to find out some details about the show's planned plot.
With every day of production on the new season of "Arrested Development," the long-awaited continuation of the cult favorite comes more and more into view. Earlier this week, we learned that the original ten episodes may be expanded into 13, since according to star David Cross, "There's too much story. Some characters will have two-parters."
Now there is word from The Huffington Post and an unnamed source within Netflix that the vague release date of 2013 for the new season has between specified a bit. The entire new season of "Arrested Development" will hit Netflix at once during the Spring of 2013.
This is certainly good news for all you never nudes out there, so hopefully you're as excited as we are!
"Game of Thrones" fans, meet your King-Beyond-the-Wall.
After a long and lengthy search process, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss have finally cast Irish actor Ciarán Hinds as Mance Rayder. Entertainment Weekly announced the casting, and we couldn't be more thrilled about the news. While we always pictured Mance to be a bit younger, the "Rome" star has the look and the acting prowess to pull off the complicated Night's Watch deserter-turned-Wildling leader.
We are a little over a month away from the return of full-gangster Nucky Thompson. Season three of "Boardwalk Empire" is sure to be a dramatic shift from the second considering all that went down on that rainy beach during the season finale.
New photos from the upcoming season have shown up online (via The Playlist), and they give us a sense of which returning characters will be at the center of this year's story.
Click after the jump to check out more.
Thank you, Jason Bateman, for being our inside look into the set of "Arrested Development." The star of the series has been keeping us up to date on the status of the show, even tweeting pictures of the half-completed sets last week.
Now he has surpassed himself. With the fourth season of "Arrested Development" starting to film yesterday, Bateman posted an image to confirm to fans that everything was going smoothly. "First day. Away we go..." he tweeted.
By Ashleigh Schmitz
M. Night Shyamalan is headed to a television near you. According to The Hollywood Reporter, SyFy has picked up Shyamalan's scripted series "Proof" on a put-pilot commitment.
"Proof" centers on the orphaned son of billionaire parents who, following their death, offers a reward to anyone who can provide proof of life after death.
Marti Noxon, whose sci-fi credits includes writing and producing "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (as well as producing other hit shows like "Glee," "Mad Men," and "Grey's Anatomy") will join Shyamalan as co-writer and co-executive producer. Ashwin Rajan, who has worked with Shyamalan on "Devil" and "After Earth," will also executive produce, while Shyamalan directs.
The third season of "Game of Thrones" is headed to the Riverlands, and now we have our first taste of what they will look like.
Some new set photos that show the Tully estate Riverrun have hit the web courtesy of HBO Watch. Though the show follows the story of Catelyn Tully, the widowed wife of Eddard Stark, and we've met her sister Lysa in the first season, we've never had a chance to see the lands where the Tullys come from. Until now, that is.
Despite the fact that Riverrun is introduced earlier in George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels, the HBO series will be visiting the ancestral seat of House Tully for the first time in the upcoming season. Two major Tully family members have already been cast: Clive Russell as Brynden "Blackfish" Tully, Catelyn's uncle, and Tobias Menzies as Edmure, Catelyn and Lysa's younger brother. No word yet on who will play Hoster Tully, the sick patriarch of the family.
When it comes to knowing the time, precision is key, and no other character on TV is as precise as Heisenberg himself, "Breaking Bad"'s Walter White.
That's why it's fitting that as part of the consistently badass "Breaking Gifs" art project, Vannen Watches and artist/toy designer Tristan Eaton have teamed up for the campaign's first timepiece. The imagery of the "Contaminant" watch should immediately connect with hardcore fans of the show.
Pulling inspiration from season three's bottle episode, "Fly," the watch looks like what you'd expect a "Breaking Bad" watch to look like—exact measurement markings on the band and a face that resembles a pressure gauge—except there's one feature that would drive Walter White insane. Encased in the glass is a little pest that could ruin an entire batch. A life-size fly is printed right on the face.
Check out more pictures of the watch after the jump!