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A Broadway veteran has been cast in a surprising and pivotal role on Showtime’s Homeland.

EW can exclusively report that Tony-winning actress Victoria Clark (stage versions of Sister Act, Cinderella) has shot a top-secret part on the show.

We’re going to reveal who she plays below, but first here’s a big spoiler warning: Do not keep reading if you don’t want to know about an unexpected key character coming this… Continue reading ‘Homeland’ casts Broadway star Victoria Clark in big surprise role

Last year, Man of Steel proved to be a commercially successful reinvigoration of the Superman film franchise. It wasn’t a critical darling, and the reaction to the film by Superman comics fans can likely be generously described as “mixed.” If you began a debate surrounding the film in a comic book store, you’d likely find both ardent defenders and detractors of the finished product. The usual suspects… Continue reading Comics on Film: What Quentin Tarantino Got Wrong About Clark Kent

Warcraft

Warcraft: Filming on Warcraft, the big-screen version of popular video game World of Warcraft, has begun, and the first image from the set has been released, featuring director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) hard at work. The movie will smash into theaters on March 11, 2016. [Coming Soon]

 

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How was Clarke Gregg’s fan-favorite doomed character Agent Coulson resurrected for ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.?

Well, you won’t learn the answer to that burning question in the show’s first episode. You get some of the answer. But not everything right away.

“I thought they were pranking me a little bit because there was so much blood on the set of The Avengers,” said Gregg while on the carpet of EW and ABC’s… Continue reading ‘SHIELD’: Clark Gregg on how Agent Coulson lives

October 3, 2012

Clark Baker’s sci-fi short Vessel is headed to the big screen. Variety reports that Paramount Pictures has acquired the rights to turn the project into a feature film with Baker directing.

Likened to Alien, The Thing and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the short blends practical creature effects with modern VFX, telling the story of Liberty Airlines’ Flight 298 and its passengers. Shortly after