Apart from its diverse cast, FOX's forthcoming 'Batman'-prequel TV series 'Gotham' has revealed relatively little of its core premise beyond the Gotham police department, Bruce Wayne and early incarnations of his colorful foes. Now, thanks to series star Donal Logue, we have a bit of insight into the unusual time and place we can expect 'Gotham' to evoke, as well as the Batman comics that will end up influencing it.
Well, this isn't much of a surprise. Following the news that Fox's Batman-prequel TV series 'Gotham' had cast Alfred, The Penguin, and others atop Ben McKenzie in the leading role of Detective James Gordon, 'Sons of Anarchy' and 'Vikings' vet Donal Logue has officially been confirmed for the DC role of gruff detective Harvey Bullock.
Much as we love 'Sons of Anarchy' and 'Vikings' star Donal Logue, we had to pause at the recent rumor that suggested FOX's 'Gotham' TV series had offered Logue the role of a young Commissioner Gordon. Logue has since corrected the rumor, but now it seems the 'Terriers' breakout star may end up on the 'Gotham' police force after all, in the role of another famous DC detective!
Just yesterday we learned that FOX's Batman prequel 'Gotham' TV series would in fact include a number of characters from the Dark Knight mythology, among them Bruce Wayne and his most iconic foes, but has Commissioner Gordon's leading role already been cast? 'Sons of Anarchy' and 'Vikings' star Donal Logue has reportedly been offered the part!
Just before the holidays, History's 'Vikings' season 2 officially set a season 2 premiere for February 27 to accompany the first images from the epic battles to come. Now, History's 'Vikings' are ready to fight their fate with a brand-new trailer teaser featuring Lorde's "Glory and Gore," but what can we learn in the absence of new footage?
Last night's 'Sons of Anarchy' bloodbath, "Wolfsangel," saw the demise of at least four major characters for the series, including one who had largely proven to be the major villain over the course of the sixth season. With the bodies on the ground, series creator Kurt Sutter explained the reasoning behind the episode's sudden deaths, as well as how the original plan may have extended through the seventh and presumably final season.
With 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6 soon to return actor Donal Logue to FX for another season as his mysteriously villainous character Lee Toric, Logue recently took to a Reddit AMA to answer fan questions, many of which pertained to Logue's canceled cult classic series 'Terriers.' Surprisingly, Logue opened up about the ambiguous ending that closed the series back in 2010, and the "realistic" possibility for a second season.
It may be awhile yet before SAMCRO rides for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6, but thankfully series creator Kurt Sutter isn't afraid to speak freely now and again. The prolific FX showrunner was recently on hand for the FX Upfront, where he answered a number of questions about the acclaimed motorcycle drama's upcoming sixth season, including what makes Donal Logue's Lee Toric character different from any prior 'Sons of Anarchy' villain. Get the inside scoop on season 6 inside!
As tends to be the case with 'Sons of Anarchy' over the first five seasons on FX, fans will remember that a large can of worms was opened around Donal Logue's character of retired U.S. Marshal Lee Toric. Enraged by the death of his sister at Otto (series creator Kurt Sutter)'s hands, Toric swore revenge on those responsible, though the action of season 5 left little time to explore the thread. Now, FX confirms that Donal Logue will return, providing some major menace for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 6!
It only took 2 years, but it looks like FX's 'Terriers' is finally getting the reunion it deserved (sort of). On the heels of 'Sons of Anarchy's' big casting announcement yesterday that rocker Dave Navarro would guest on the final episodes of the current season, we've now learned that Donal Logue will appear in the back episodes as well. But who could the former 'Terriers' star be playing, and will he interact with former co-star Rockmond Dunbar?