Recent cast news update on the next season of Netflix's hit superhero series "Daredevil" suggests that actor Jon Bernthal is fully committed to giving the best Frank Castle/The Punisher performance.
"The Walking Dead" star does so by engrossing himself on the source materials of the Marvel anti-hero. A report from ComicBook.com said that the actor has been seen going over and over again at a Ventura, California-based comic book store to grab copies of the Punisher comics.
"Jon Bernthal liked the stuff I gave him to read, hooked up again today," the publication cited Hypnocomics owner George Chase's Instagram post. "He's doing his work! It feels good to know I'm helping my favorite Superhero show in some small way." more >>
Dr. Ephraim Goodweather (Corey Stoll) will soon be getting a new ally in his quest to clear off the rapidly-spreading evil epidemic in New York City on the upcoming second season of FX's "The Strain."
According to a casting update from TV Line, actress Samantha Mathis will play a "very cool new character."
"She's a city councilwoman in Staten Island who decides, 'I'm going to do something about this vampire plague myself.' She's amazing," showrunner Carlton Cuse told TV Line. more >>
Cast member Tony Denison recently previewed what looks to be, a possible romantic link between his Andy Flynn and its captain Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell).
Although, not explicitly implied, Denison shared his thoughts about the news of the hook-up.
"I liked it, for a lot of reasons. First of all, I love working with Mary McDonnell — I've been a fan of hers since forever — so the chance to work with her on the show alone is fantastic. And because of that, sometimes Andy's glee is based on the fact that Tony gets to work with Mary!" he told TV Line. "Now that they're developing a relationship, kind of like, 'Oh, and I get that too?' It's wonderful. The short answer is: It's wonderful." more >>
While fans have been waiting for the arrival of the new installment of ABC's hit medical TV drama series "Grey's Anatomy" this fall, latest casting renewal information hints a possible number of seasons left for the scripted program.
A report from TV Line indicated that Jessica Capshaw, the actor who plays Dr. Arizona Robbins, has been "inked a new three-year-contract" with the long-running series. Capshaw's contract has ended back in May prior to the renewal.
The new contract signing, according to the media outlet, will expect to see the 38-year-old's character at the popular Grey Sloan Memorial hospital "until May 2018." more >>
Fans are already excited for the arrival of the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's ciritically-acclaimed novel, "American Gods," on Starz. What has been thought to be an "unfilmable story" was given a straight-to-series order by the cable network with its premiere date yet to be announced.
To further intensify the hype, the book author himself will be penning a few episodes of the upcoming series.
"Hannibal" executive producer Bryan Fuller told Collider that "we are cranking away" at scripts for the first two episodes of "Gods." He added that "Neil Gaiman is going to be writing episodes of the show." more >>
Fans won't only be looking forward to the next season of Fox's hit superhero TV drama series "Gotham" for its new set of villains. They should also be on the lookout for the development of David Mazouz's young Batman.
Mazouz, who played the young Bruce Wayne on the show, will continue to tread on the path to becoming the dark guardian of the city. The 14-year-old actor teased that his character will now start to embody the "dual personality" of the Dark Knight.
"He's on a mission and he really is going to start his dual personality into being Batman," Mazouz told Monkeys Fighting Robots. "When he's Batman there is his Batman side and then his public persona which is his playboy/party boy persona. In Season Two, he's really going to start developing that second persona." more >>