"Game of Thrones'" actor Peter Dinklage inadvertently let slip a major spoiler for season five of the award-winning epic miniseries, which returns to HBO next month.
Dinklage, who plays witty and sarcastic Tyrion Lannister on "Game of Thrones," just released a big spoiler for season five, which premieres April 12 on HBO.
Dinklage was interviewed by Popsugar recently and accidently revealed Tyrion's fate on the show, which sees him journeying to Meereen to meet the Mother of Dragons, and coming face to face with a dragon himself. more >>
OUARZAZATE, MOROCCO — The director of National Geographic Channel's upcoming "Killing Jesus" movie says audiences will not be getting the standard issue "wimpy" Jesus, but instead a "muscular" messiah who is every bit as human as the people who made him famous.
"We wanted to go for a muscular Jesus, someone who was in a way a sort of a rock star in his time," director Chris Menaul told The Christian Post in October during a visit to the set of "Killing Jesus" in the rocky plains of Ouarzazate, a city dubbed the "Hollywood of Morocco."
Menaul, known for Fatherland and The Passion of Ayn Rand, noted that news of Jesus' miracles traveled word of mouth, and that every time he entered a village "it was a huge event." more >>
Those who watch the Detroit Lions play their games say that if the team is going to take the next step it needs better, or maybe more consistent, play for its quarterback Matthew Stafford.
Stafford has put up a lot of numbers in his NFL career but rarely have those stats led to on the field success for his team. In what was a very down 2014 year for Stafford, in his sixth season as a NFL starter, his team won 11 games and made the playoffs. In his statistical best season, 2011, the Lions went 10-6. In each of those seasons the Lions lost in the opening round of the NFL playoffs.
That led his Coach, Jim Caldwell, to make the following comments as reported by Pro Football Talk: more >>
"Game of Thrones" ingénue Maisie Williams admitted to doing her own stunts on HBO's critically acclaimed miniseries.
17-year-old Williams, who plays House Stark's tomboy, Arya for the last four seasons of the show, says she has performed all her stunts in the series, including sword fights with her character's beloved sword, Needle.
Williams, whose portrayal of the fierce and indomitable younger daughter of the doomed House Stark has earned her a large and loyal fan base, told Jimmy Kimmel Tuesday she'd decided to do all her own stunt work for the challenge. more >>
TV's favorite FBI agents are coming back. Fox has ordered "a limited-series event" with six new episodes of "The X-Files" starring David Duchovny as Agent Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson as Agent Dana Scully. Production is set to start in summer of this year.
The series ran for a record nine seasons which ended in 2002. Two feature films were made: the 1998 "X-Files: Fight the Future" and the more recent one in 2008 "The X-Files: I Want to Believe." According to a report in E! Online, the new episodes will follow the events in the 2008 movie. Chris Carter, the show's creator and executive producer, has admitted that no scripts have been written yet, but that "he has been thinking about the story" since talks of a revival started in November 2014.
In the 2008 movie, Mulder was a fugitive on the run and Mulder went back to medical practice in a Catholic hospital. The FBI, however, put them back together to investigate a series of disappearances. It is also important to note that the partners were living together and still romantically linked at the end of the movie. more >>
Another comic book series is going the way of live-action adaptation. This time, it's the obscure "Lazarus" comic book series of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark, which was published under Image Comics in 2013. Legendary Television and Mark Tolmach of Tolmach Productions will be working on a TV adaptation of the comic book series after they acquired the rights to the series recently.
The story is interesting enough. It is set in a dystopian futuristic world, where only a handful of families control society. Each family has their own Lazarus, a genetically-engineered, invincible being who is the family's protector. As protector, the Lazarus will use any means possible to protect the family's interests.
The key character in the series is a Lazarus called Forever Carlyle. Like any other Lazarus, "she uses force and deception to keep her family and their interests safe," according to a report in The Hollywood Reporter. more >>