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Drool Over the Latest Promos for Noah Hawley ‘X-Men’ Series ‘Legion’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick September 9, 2016 @ 10:48 AM
It seems fair to say that Noah Hawley’s FX-tinged take on X-Men series Legion will prove a bit more … off … than what we’re used to, and the promos are certainly capturing that. Following that incredible first trailer, drool over some new footage previewed during FX’s Atlanta.

‘Drunk History’ Goes Full ‘Hamilton’ in First Season 4 Trailer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 17, 2016 @ 9:04 PM
Comedy Central
Drunk History has made its way around the block, from web series to Emmy nominations, and Season 4 on Comedy Central may be the most satisfied year yet. Not only do we get a first taste of Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda retelling the famous duel, but the first trailer brings a bevy of celebrities from Elizabeth Olsen to Ronda Rousey.

Aubrey Plaza and Alia Shawkat Take ‘Hamilton’ Roles for ‘Drunk History’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 14, 2016 @ 11:14 PM
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It was Lin-Manuel Miranda himself who pointed out that the first Drunk History had already chronicled Alexander Hamilton’s rivalry with Aaron Burr, before signing on to Season 4's post-Broadway recreation. Now, Arrested Development alum Alia Shawkat and star Aubrey Plaza have landed the new Hamilton roles, along with other details of the November bow.

FX ‘X-Men’ Series ‘Legion’ Goes Completely Crazy in First Trailer

by Kevin Fitzpatrick July 23, 2016 @ 6:52 PM
Noah Hawley’s FX X-Men drama Legion might have skipped out on Comic-Con 2016 itself, but when better to drop a first look? Up is down, cats and dogs are living together, and everything seems bonkers insane in the first full Legion trailer, complete with dance number!

‘X-Men’ TV Series ‘Legion’ Gets FX Series Order With First Photo

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 31, 2016 @ 3:44 PM
Well, even the strongest may not have survived X-Men: Apocalypse’s meager opening weekend, but Marvel’s mutants will officially have a whole new proving ground on TV. FX has picked up Noah Hawley’s Legion for its first season, debuting a first look at Dan Stevens in the title role.

FX’s ‘Legion’ Will Be More David Lynch Than ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’

by Kevin Fitzpatrick May 27, 2016 @ 2:35 PM
Marvel Comics
The reception of this weekend’s X-Men: Apocalypse will surely have a hand in deciding the future of the franchise, but leave it to TV to explore the decidedly weirder corners of the X-universe. Take FX’s Noah Hawley-drawn Legion, which the Fargo showrunner claims will deliver “something whimsical and imaginative and unexpected,” rather than punching and kicking.

‘Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates’ Trailer Sends Four Stars to Hawaii

by Charles Bramesco February 8, 2016 @ 9:32 AM
Destination weddings are, by anyone’s measure, the absolute worst. You shell out big-ass cash money to fly to some far-flung corner of the tropics, just to bear witness to someone else’s happiness? A vacation you take as a favor to someone else, the destination wedding is the scourge of the social calendar, but Adam DeVine and Zac Efron inadvertently stumble upon the perfect antidote to the lameness in the newly revealed trailer for Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates. As the title may suggest, the brothers Mike (DeVine) and Dave (Efron) Stangle need wedding dates. What they get is more than either had bargained for.

‘X-Men’ TV Series ‘Legion’ Sets Dan Stevens, Aubrey Plaza and More as FX Leads

by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 4, 2016 @ 1:24 PM
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For a major new comic book property, FX’s X-Men TV series Legion has been curiously silent in recent weeks, following its first casting, and a few TCA updates. Now, showrunner Noah Hawley drops a huge X-bomb, as Dan Stevens, Aubrey Plaza and another Fargo alum have been tapped for the lead roles of Professor Xavier’s child David Haller, and support cast.

‘Dirty Grandpa’ Review: I Can’t Believe How Bad This Movie Is

by Matt Singer January 22, 2016 @ 9:55 AM
Earlier this week, Buzzfeed’s Anne Helen Petersen wrote an essay called “The Shaming of Robert De Niro,” in which she criticized cinephiles who think De Niro should retire rather than continue to harm his legacy as one of his generation’s finest actors by appearing in subpar material. Such arguments, Petersen says, are “snobbery at best and thinly veiled ageism at worst.” Starring in films like The Bag Man, Red Lights, and Killing Season “might not be working with Scorsese for 10 years,” she adds, “but it’s not shameful.”