With 'Man of Steel' currently flying high at the global box office, we can already begin speculation about who we'll be seeing in 'Man of Steel 2'. It's inevitable that Superman's legendary archenemy Lex Luthor will show up, either in the first sequel or the one after that, and just yesterday came the first casting rumor for the role: Mark Strong. So would he be a good fit for the character?
Yesterday we were privy to a first-look trailer from AMC's upcoming UK-adapted drama 'Low Winter Sun,' bringing together the impressive casting of Mark Strong ('Kick Ass'), Lennie James ('The Walking Dead') and David Constabile ('Breaking Bad') for a summer release. To go along with the fresh new trailer, AMC has released multiple photos from the new series, so get a fresh look at 'Low Winter Sun' inside!
After basking in the success of 'The Walking Dead,' 'Breaking Bad' and 'Mad Men,' AMC is looking to add another hit drama series into the mix with the Mark Strong-led 'Low Winter Sun.' While we still have to wait until this summer for the pilot to hit, we now have our first extended look via the all-new teaser trailer.
A flurry of recent activity surrounding AMC's development slate has suggested that the network remains on the move to find its next buzz-worthy success. We've heard of several new projects and even a comedy or two, but now it seems the 'Walking Dead' network has offically given an order to proceed with 'Low Winter Sun' an adaptation of a UK miniseries, with actor Mark Strong once again taking lead. Find out how many episodes you'll see, and why 'Low Winter Sun' will have you talking inside!
AMC is always on the lookout for its next great drama, after the runaway success of 'Mad Men,' 'Breaking Bad,' and 'The Walking Dead.' There's still no word on the fate of 'The Killing,' 'Low Winter Sun' and another AMC pilot are poised to be the next drama on everyone's lips. The original British 'Low Winter Sun' boasted the imposing Mark Strong, and now it seems the 'Green Lantern' actor may reprise his role for American audiences.