FX's forthcoming vampire thriller 'The Strain' has yet to debut a formal trailer in advance of its July premiere, but we needn't wait that long for a fresh taste of creature master Guillermo del Toro's newest horror. Get up close and personal with 'The Strain' with a full set of photos from the pilot, as well as as introductory photos to all the major players!
Everything we've seen thus far of FX's forthcoming adaptation of Guillermo del Toro's 'The Strain' has been right on point for the vampire drama thriller, though with its ongoing presence at SXSW, we're getting a better look at the cast, at least. Check out 'House of Cards' star Corey Stoll, along with 'Game of Thrones' David Bradley and more in brand-new photos from the series!
The other day we were exhaustively relieved to learn that FX's Guillermo del Toro vampire pilot 'The Strain' had officially been picked up to series, following a long development process. However, scheduling conflicts forced out del Toro regular and 'Doctor Who' star John Hurt, which is why 'Game of Thrones' baddie David Bradley has now joined the cast!
'Doctor Who' has been plenty generous in recent weeks with a new 50th anniversary trailer for "The Day of the Doctor," as well as photos and an inside treat of the series' history in surprise cameo minisode "The Night of the Doctor." That said, now we can go back further into 'Doctor Who' genesis with the trailer for series' origin movie 'An Adventure in Space and Time'!
For as long as 'Doctor Who' has been resurgent in the public consciousness, especially given the imminent 50th anniversary of the franchise, fans have clamored for the Time Lord to star in his own movie. There had been talk of rebooting the franchise as a film with 'Harry Potter' director David Yates, but now the truth of the matter has emerged. 'Doctor Who' will indeed see a movie airing this year, but one chronicling the real-life development of the franchise itself, with 'Harry Potter's' David Bradley appearing as original Doctor William Hartnell for 'An Adventure in Space and Time!'