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GKIDS Announces English Voice Cast for M*F*K*Z, Sets Premiere Date!

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GKIDS has announced the English Voice cast for M*F*K*Z (Definitely not for kids!) from the studio that gave us Tekkonkinkreet.

The story of a kid who discovers he is only half human stars Michael Chiklis, Giancarlo Espositio, Jorge Gutierrez, Dascha Polanco, RZA, Vince Staples and Danny Trejo.

Check out the trailer below. GKIDS and Fathom Events present screenings on October 11th and 16th.

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Gotham Cast Talks About the Rise of the Villains in Season 2

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Join Ben Mckenzie (Jim Gordon), James Frain (Theo Galavan), Erin Richards (Barbara Kean), Jessica Lucas (Tabitha Galavan), Michael Chiklis along with Executive Producer John Stephens as they delve into Season 2 of “Gotham” to explore the rise of the villains. “Gotham” airs Mondays 8/7c on Fox.

Interviews after the jump!

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Peek Behind The Curtain–The First Trailer for American Horror Story: Freak Show!

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While it certainly doesn’t give anything away plot-wise, the first official extended trailer for FX’s American Horror Story: Freak Show certainly gives us a good look at many of the show’s characters. Does it look a wee bit freaky? Yes, yes it does.

Check it out after the jump. American Horror Story: Freak Show premieres on October 8th.

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American Horror Story: Freak Show Premiere Date Announced!

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The latest iteration of American Horror Story – American Horror Story: Freak Show – will premiere on Wednesday, October 8th (10/9C).

The new season is set in a sleepy Florida  hamlet called Jupiter, in 1952. A traveling freak show has arrived in town – just as a strange, dark entity emerges that will threaten townsfolk and freaks alike. American Horror Story: Freak Show is the tale of the struggle for survival ‘amidst the dying world of the American carny experience.’

For more, follow the jump.

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Hot Trailer: Parker–Jason Statham Takes On Richard Stark’s Iconic Hard-Boiled Career Criminal!

A lot of very good actors – including Mel Gibson and the late Lee Marvin – have played Richard Stark’s Parker. He’s a career criminal with a simple code: don’t steal from people who can’t afford it; don’t hurt anyone who doesn’t deserve it, and if you say you’ll do something and don’t, he’ll make sure you regret it.

Now Jason Statham is taking on the hard-boiled career criminal with a code in a movie simply called Parker, opening on January 25, 2013. Seems like a pretty good fit, to me…

No Ordinary Family – Not The Incredibles So Much as The Fantastic Four!

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In most of the promotional pieces for ABC’s No Ordinary Family [Tuesdays, 8/7C], the series has been called a live-action The Incredibles, but it far more closely resembles the earliest issues of The Fantastic Four – before the group started wearing costumes. No matter what might happen as a result of their new-found powers, they still have all the joys and trials of regular life to deal with. That’s what makes the show unique – and really, really good.

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