Rudy Jones has been on death row for twenty years for a crime he did not commit, but he’s not done fighting. Maya is both Jones’ lawyer and closest friend, and she’s not about to give up on the injustice that has affected his life for decades.
Golden Globe®-nominee Dennis Haysbert 9above left) is Rudy Jones and Oscar®-nominated Sophie Okenedo is Maya in BBC America and BBC One’s Undercover – the first co-production between BBC Worldwide and AMC. Undercover is slated to premiere in 2016. Follow the jump for further details.
Syfy’s Incorporated – the first television series from Ben Affleck and Matt Damon’s Pearl Street Films – has added three quality genre veterans to its cast: Dennis Haysbert (pictured – 24, Now and Again), David Hewlitt (Stargate Atlantis, Dark Matter) and Ian Tracey (Wayward Pines, Continuum).
Set in a world where corporations run everything, Incorporated follows an executive, Ben (Sean Teale, Reign) who must change his identity to infiltrate a cutthroat world to save the woman he loves.
Haysbert plays Julian, Head of Security for one such corportation, SPIGA – he’s part investigator, part Torquemada (so, scary!). Hewlett plays Chad, a SPIGA executive who has risen through the ranks by sucking up to superiors and taking credit for the work of those below him. Tracey is Terrance, a corrupt businessman who may become a threat to Ben’s plans for SPIGA.
Backstrom, the new series from the creator of FOX’s long-lived Bones, is a procedural that features a despicable, alcoholic, lazy, yet brilliant detective – the Backstrom of the title – played by Rainn Wilson. Yup, he sounds like Gregory House as a cop – but he may be even less functional outside business hours.
Backstrom is coming soon to FOX. Check out the new teaser after the jump.
When Sin City came out, seemingly eons ago, the idea of a film being almost entirely CG was something that hadn’t really been done to such an extent. It was visually groundbreaking, technologically breathtaking, and for fans of film noir, exhilarating. A Dame To Kill for is still visually arresting and mega-noir, but its impact comes more from the performance of Eva Green than anything else.