Ahead of its penultimate first season episode tonight, FOX has announced its renewal of The Resident for a second season.
Gerald and Jessie are trying to rekindle the spark in their marriage. When he dies in the middle of a sexplay game, she is left handcuffed to a bed.
Based on the Stephen King novel, Gerald’s Game stars Bruce Greenwood and Carla Gugino. It was directed by Mike Flanagan (Oculus).
Gerald’s Game premieres at Fantastic Fest later this month – and will premiere on Netflix on September 29th.
Mackenzie has had a pretty awful year – her father died (in what manner is not specified) and her mother has fallen apart. Now, she has been shipped off to stay with her uncle in Alaska while mom goes into wilderness treatment rehab.
Could things get worse? Yes. Yes they could.
Bruce Greenwood has played a lot of interesting characters over the course of his career, including JFK, the rebooted Star Trek’s Admiral Christopher Pike and the guy who got Joan to try cocaine on Mad Men.
Now he’s joined the cast of American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson as Los Angeles County District Attorney Gil Garcetti, the man who prosecuted O.J. Simpson.
The FX series is currently in production. For more, follow the jump.
As one of the characters says in the trailer, ‘War is a first-person shooter.’ Good Kill is a unique war movie that looks at today’s drone warfare from the point of view of Tom Egan, a former combat pilot turned drone pilot, and asks just what does today’s warfare mean?
Ethan Hawke, January Jones, Zoe Kravitz and Bruce Greenwood star in Good Kill, from director Andrew Niccol (Gattaca). Check out the chilling trailer after the jump.
The River [ABC, Tuesday, 9/8C] is the latest attempt to produce a scary horror show for network television. Co-created by Oren Peli – of Paranormal Activity fame – it’s a show that follows the family, friends and crew of a famed explorer/television host as they follow a previously unknown offshoot of the Amazon River six months after he disappeared. And, yeah, it’s scary.
Eclipse Magazine was on hand at the press panel for the latest release in the Warner Brothers line of animated Batman movies, Batman: Under the Red Hood. Your roving Eclipse reporter had a chance to speak with the writers, producers, directors and voice talent Bruce Greenwood to get the inside scoop on this exciting new installment of the Batman legacy.
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In this this teaser video, Bruce Greenwood who plays Batman/Bruce Wayne talks to reporters about his take on bringing this iconic character to life and jokes with me about video taping him during the talk.