13 years after the first Underworld movie hit theaters, the vampire and lycan war rages on and yet, somehow, Kate Beckinsale is not exhausted. You’d think that five movies in, Beckinsale’s vampire protagonist might need a quick nap, but nope — someone’s gotta stay in the middle of this battle, which looks to be just as ridiculous and bloody and blue-tinged as ever in the first trailer for Underworld: Blood Wars.
A couple of months ago we learned that Game of Thrones star Charles Dance (aka Tywin Lannister) is appearing in Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters, though his part in the upcoming film remains a mystery. Is he a ghost? A human? More importantly, he has to be playing a bad guy, right? You don’t get Charles Dance and cast him as a good guy…or do you? The actor has dropped a few hints about his part in Ghostbusters, and it sounds like he’ll be playing against type.
The cast of Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters has been pretty well established by now, with SNL stars Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones teaming with Feig faves Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig as the central ghost-busting quartet. And we haven’t even gotten to the supporting cast, which is equally as exciting. Today brings a bit of late-in-the-game casting news, as Game of Thrones star Charles Dance has reportedly joined the lineup — probably playing someone charming but quite sinister, we imagine.
Following the debut of the first teaser a couple of weeks ago comes the first full trailer for Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Seth Grahame-Smith’s mashup that combines — well, the title makes it obvious, no? Corsets, zombies, proper ladies training themselves in the art of war…it’s all just sort of delightfully bonkers. Here’s hoping the full film can live up to the insanity of the trailers.
Underworld is one of the more surprisingly enduring film franchises, and after rumors of a potential reboot following 2012's Underworld: Awakening, Kate Beckinsale’s vampire hero Selene is returning for the tentatively-titled Underworld 5. Filming has officially begun in Prague for the upcoming sequel, which features a few familiar faces and a handful of potentially exciting, new ones.
Game of Thrones has opened its iron doors for another year with Sunday’s Season 5 premiere, but what striking tone does it set for “The Wars to Come”? We break down that shocking death and tonight’s premiere for what it means toward Game of Thrones Season 5 to come.
Of all the myriad details leaked from ‘Game of Thrones‘ season 5, perhaps the most simultaneously surprising and expected is that of Charles Dance’s return to the role of Tywin Lannister. And while the show’s introduction of flashbacks might craft any number of returns for the fallen Lannister patriarch, Dance himself has confirmed details of the character’s reappearance.
'Game of Thrones' fan-favorite Charles Dance fueled speculation we might see his character again after season 4 finale "The Children," as have a number of production reports suggesting we might head into the past now again again for season 5. Now, showrunners confirm that 'Game of Thrones' season 5 will include flashbacks for the first time, allowing the possibility of other characters to return as well.
Depressing though it may be, 'Game of Thrones' fans have gotten somewhat used to the fact that the series' most beloved characters have a tendency to meet their makers beyond a certain point. Season 4 finale "The Children" said goodbye to several major characters from the HBO fantasy-drama, but one actor teases that his/her character may yet return in season 5.
'Dracula Untold' is looking to do to the world's most famous vampire what 'Batman Begins' did for The Dark Knight. This doesn't just look like a simple origin story, which could be a good thing! Or it could be a bad thing! What we do know is that Luke Evans is inspired casting as Dracula himself and that a new series of fresh videos arrived to let you start pre-judging this film as you see fit.