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‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ Set Photo Reveals Some Returning Favorites and Also Maybe Karl Urban

by Britt Hayes January 9, 2017 @ 1:20 PM
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Aside from headliner John Boyega, there aren’t any “big” names in the Pacific Rim sequel, aside from Scott Eastwood (who isn’t quite as well-known as his surname). Guillermo del Toro’s original plan for Uprising (previously titled Maelstrom) was for Charlie Day, Burn Gorman and Rinko Kikuchi to reprise their roles from the first film, but when Steven S. DeKnight took over directing duties, those plans became far less certain — and we’ve been left to wonder which characters, if any, might actually return. Thankfully, a new set photo helps clear things up a bit.

‘Pacific Rim 2’ Update: Guillermo del Toro Offers Plot Details and Confirms the Return of Your Favorite Bickering Scientists

by Britt Hayes November 25, 2014 @ 6:27 PM
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When Guillermo del Toro last spoke about ‘Pacific Rim 2,’ we learned that the sequel would feature some—but not all—of the characters from the first film, and that he wanted to have the remaining characters appear by the end as a way to (hopefully) build to a third installment. And now we have a more detailed update from the director as the sequel takes shape and prepares to enter production, including more plot specifics and at least two characters who will definitely be returning for ‘Pacific Rim 2.’

Exclusive 'Turn' Season Finale Sneak Peek: Major Hewlett Fires on "The Battle of Setauket"

by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 6, 2014 @ 2:54 PM
The Revolutionary War reaches its final 'Turn' of the season as the AMC period drama heads into "The Battle of Setauket," and Abe Woodhull (Jame Bell) faces all-out war to keep the Culper Ring alive. Before Sunday's all-new season finale installment brings things to a temporary halt, we have an exclusive first look at the latest AMC episode to 'Turn' the tide in "The Battle of Setauket."

'Torchwood' Star Burn Gorman Joins AMC Revolutionary Drama 'Turn'

by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 15, 2013 @ 5:45 PM
Burn joins 'Turn,' or so we've learned. We've previously told you all about AMC's upcoming Revolutionary War drama 'Turn,' certainly one of the pilots to keep your eyes on as the acclaimed network looks expand its brand with new reality series and potential dramatic replacements for the likes of 'Breaking Bad' and 'Mad Men.' After a few casting the other day, it seems 'Turn' has struck again casting fan-favorite 'Torchwood' star Burn Gorman, but will 'Turn' live up to its namesake with viewer's heads?