We're just days away from the fourth and final premiere of 'The Killing,' moving its new season to Netflix to wrap up the exploits of detectives Holder (Joel Kinnaman) and Linden (Mireille Enos) for good. Sad as we'll be to say goodbye to the rain-soaked murder mystery, what better way to kick things off with our first full clip from the new episodes, complete with showering Linden and a bit of Holder-smolder!
The first trailer for Netflix's fourth and final iteration of Seattle murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' seemed to turn the focus inward, focusing more on the bloodied hands of Detectives Holder and Linden themselves, while their new case took the backseat. Now, two moody new posters have emerged for the final Netflix season, and Holder and Linden look more dour than ever.
Our beloved rain-soaked Seattle murder-mystery 'The Killing' will pour down a fourth and final season on Netflix this coming August, and from the looks of things, it's detectives Holder (Joel Kinnaman) and Linden (Mireille Enos) who are on the wrong side of the law this time around. Check out the first full trailer for Netflix's debut of 'The Killing' season 4, and find out what the final episodes have in store!
We were only mildly surprised when AMC's 'The Killing' escaped yet another cancelation to line up a fourth season on Netflix, though given the reduced episode order, and increasing demand for actors Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos, additional seasons seemed questionable at best. Now, showrunner Veena Sud has spoken out on future episodes beyond 'The Killing' season 4, and what changes the Netflix model has offered for the series.
We nearly forgot Netflix rescued 'The Killing' from its second cancellation in as many seasons and set a six-episode farewell to debut exclusively on the streaming service, but at long last Holder and Linden (and the rain) returned. Check out the first teaser trailer for 'The Killing''s fourth and final season, along with the announcement of its August premiere!
A few weeks back I was watching TV with friends who don't follow movies that closely. On came the ad for 'RoboCop.' They were baffled. “Who needs this?” they asked.
Forget that we were all old enough to remember the first one. This wasn't just defending our childhoods. If you want to step on a classic – and 'RoboCop' is something of a classic – you better come correct. What's this new one going to offer? The original's action and sly satire aren't dated. Who needs this?
I am afraid I must report that nobody needs this.
If you think the 'RoboCop' marketing machine has spent the past few weeks in high gear, you're right. After all, no 2014 film has to win over movie fans quite like this one, but that's the baggage you take on when you decide to remake one of the most beloved films of the '80s. Will a new batch of photos from the film change any minds? Probably not, but the more we see from 'RoboCop' '14, the more adjusted (and the less annoyed) we get by its mere existence.
If there's one thing we know for sure, it's that the upcoming remake of 'RoboCop' will be, by default, bigger, louder and faster than the original. A new clip from the film only confirms this, making it very clear that this particular iteration of the cyborg police officer was created in the age of CGI.
AMC's twice-canceled detective drama 'The Killing' gambled in its third season with the addition of award-winning character actor Peter Saarsgard, and now its fourth and final Netflix run has been given similar acclaim. Oscar nominee Joan Allen will join the Seattle murder-mystery series in its final six episodes, taking an important role in the military school setting Holder and Linden come to investigate.