HBO's period drama 'Boardwalk Empire' has been relatively quiet going into its fifth and final season, in spite of the tagline's promises that "no one goes quietly." We've seen a few trailers to be sure, but now a new look behind the scenes reveals our most yet about the big time jump, and what characters we'll catch up with (and even flash back to) when 'Boardwalk Empire' pours its final round.
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'Boardwalk Empire''s fifth and final season has come in somewhat quietly in its brief trailers, but as the tagline tells us, no one goes quietly. Check out the final season's time jump in action with some new looks for our favorite characters, and our best preview yet of 'Boardwalk Empire's final season in a brand-new trailer!
We weren't altogether surprised to learn that HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' would make the upcoming fifth season its last call, what with showrunner Terence Winter wanting to move onto his new series, though the latest on season 5 is more than a little sobering. As revealed by one of the cast, could 'Boardwalk Empire' season 5 see a major time-jump pushing Nucky Thompson into a brand-new era?
Screenwriter Tom Gormican makes his directorial debut with 'That Awkward Moment', starring Zac Efron (who also executive produced the film), Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller and Imogen Poots. We sat down with the director to talk about the pressures of his first time in the driver's seat, his personal inspirations for the script (which he wrote), working with the cast and how the film's surprise post-credits cameo came about.
And so another season of 'Boardwalk Empire' has been lain to rest, bringing with it a few expected character deaths, and even more surprising survivals. Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) will have a world of new troubles for the HBO prohibition drama's upcoming fifth year, but what do cast and crew have to say of the shocking turnout of season 4 finale "Farewell Daddy Blues?"
Each year 'Boardwalk Empire' fans prepare for the inevitable onslaught as characters face the barrel of a gun, last year taking fan-favorite star Charlie Cox, but is former 'The Wire' star Michael K. Williams about to die his second HBO death? The latest trailer for 'Boardwalk Empire' season 4 has hit, and things don't look too good for Chalky White this time around.
If movies are “won” in the casting department, then Jose Padilha’s planned ‘RoboCop’ reboot currently has a 50-point lead on its competition. The director already has completed a number of inspired hires for his 2013 tentpole thriller, surrounding his lead actor, Joel Kinnaman (‘The Killing’) with supporting talents like Samuel L. Jackson, Gary Oldman and Hugh Laurie. Today, another stellar actor has been added to the mix.
If you're one of the faithful followers of the Killa Beez you'll be happy to hear that a biopic is currently in the works for who was arguably the most popular member of the rap group, The Wu-Tang Clan, the late Ol' Dirty Bastard. And look who's just been cast...