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Anthony Mackie to Play Martin Luther King in HBO’s Bryan Cranston LBJ Movie

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 days ago
Marvel / Mike Coppola, Getty Images
HBO had enough star power on its hands in adapting Bryan Cranston’s Tony-winning Lyndon B. Johnson show All The Way with Stephen Spielberg’s help, and now a Falcon has heeded the call. Civil War star Anthony Mackie will play the role of Martin Luther King Jr. himself, as All The Way gets ready to go before cameras this September.

‘House of Cards’ Season 4 Puts Neve Campbell in Office

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 days ago
Netflix / Jonathan Leibson, Getty Images
It’s been a good while since we’ve checked in with Frank Underwood and his increasingly fragile House of Cards, but with Season 4 confirmed for 2016, our erstwhile President has officially begun staffing up. Scream icon Neve Campbell will take a stab at House of Cards Season 4 in a regular new role, but who might need to brush up on their favorite scary movie?

FOX’s ‘Minority Report’ Adds Another Pre-Cog, Rewrites the Movie a Bit

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 days ago
FOX / CBS
FOX’s Minority Report TV series took the rare path of following its cinematic inspiration as a straight sequel, though the latest bit of casting makes a few minor adjustments. Not only has Nick Zano joined the future-flung fall series as a new Pre-Cog, but so too does the actor replace who we’d thought to play the role.

‘Agent Carter’ Season 2 Confirms James D’Arcy and Enver Gjokaj to Return

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 2 days ago
Marvel / ABC
Given Agent Carter’s January airdate, this time last year had news of Peggy’s first season somewhat hard to come by. Compounding that mystery box for Season 2 is Agent Carter’s relocation to the West Coast, but fear not, shippers of all sides, James D’Arcy’s Jarvis and Enver Gjokaj’s Daniel Sousa will indeed join Peggy once again next year.

New Details on ‘Star Trek’s Complicated TV Rights and Potential Return

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 days ago
Paramount
Now that Star Trek Beyond has officially gotten its warp core up and running, Star Trek’s franchise future has fans wondering more than ever if a return (or extension) to TV lies in store. Now, a new report lays out some of the complicated rights issues keeping Starfleet affixed to cinemas for the moment, though not without some hope for the upcoming 50th anniversary.

NBC ‘Heroes Reborn’ Teases New and Old Faces in First Character Posters

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 days ago
NBC
Heroes Reborn finally lifted the curtain a bit last week, confirming itself as an actual thing NBC is doing by a first trailer. Familiar faces were in short supply however, and now the new (and old!) Heroes have their own character posters to confirm that they too, were contractually hired to act in an actual Heroes revival. Let’s watch in horror, shall we?

‘BoJack Horseman’ Turns Over a New Hoof in First Season 2 Trailer

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 days ago
Netflix
Netflix’s BoJack Horseman flew in (okay, ran in) under the radar last year, hiding one of the most layered and subversive comedies this side of Arrested Development behind a star-studded cast, and now has a brand-new attitude to debut in Season 2. The first full promo for BoJack Horseman’s 2015 run has arrived, bringing out plenty of new stars to boot.

Chris Pratt Channels Jason Statham in Cut ‘SNL’ Sketch…From September

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 days ago
NBC
Between Donald Trump, Confederate flags, Rachel Dolezal and marriage equality, it’s a painful time for SNL to be on hiatus. Thankfully, the NBC sketch comedy today bring us one step closer to September (okay, last September) with a cut sketch from the Season 40 premiere featuring Guardians of the Galaxy favorite Chris Pratt putting on his best Jason Statham.

Amy Schumer Says She’d Be ‘The Bachelorette’ Under Three Conditions

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick 3 days ago
ABC
Pop culture’s current fixation on all-around perfect human Amy Schumer has Bachelorette fans clamoring for the comedienne to take the title role, given her occasional association with the ABC series, but would the Trainwreck star ever really sign on? Apparently yes, though Schumer outlined three major conditions The Bachelorette would first need to meet.