Reviving old TV series practically seems like old hat at this point, though HBO’s Deadwood ranks up among Firefly as a fabled reunion we’d come to relinquish hope for. Well, you may want to start practicing your swears, as HBO has unofficially resumed negotiations for a Deadwood movie, as confirmed by one its stars.
We don’t know who Ian McShane is playing in Game of Thrones and the original announcement seemed to indicate that his role may remain a secret for at least a little while. We do know that his screen time will be limited but that “his character is of key importance.” With only those clues to go on, we can narrow this down. There are five characters that we think he can play in Game of Thrones season six.
Pardon the pun, but all the cloak and dagger mystery of Game of Thrones Season 6 just got a major shot to the gut. The 2016 return to Westeros just swore in its biggest addition yet, adding Al Swearengen himself, Deadwood alum Ian McShane for a major new role.
Summer is nearly upon us again, and with it Showtime trots out its Masters of Sex and Ray Donovan for a third year. Both will occupy their usual summer slots, but where Masters of Sex has added The Good Wife castoff Josh Charles for Season 3, Ray Donovan already has a bevy of new trailers, showcasing cast additions Katie Holmes and Deadwood alum Ian McShane.
Nick Frost is back, but not with his Cornetto Trilogy buddies Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg. The 'Cuban Fury' trailer showcases the 'World's End' star and Chris O'Dowd in a 'So You Think You Can Dance'-like salsa battle for the heart of Rashida Jones.
Bryan Singer's 'Jack the Giant Slayer' has been a big question mark since the picture got bumped from June of this year to March 1, 2013. But now there's a new trailer that makes it look like it could be some fun. Maybe.
As if we weren't already eagerly anticipating the second season of FX's terrifying Ryan Murphy thriller 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' with its cavalcade of big name stars and that spooky sneak-peek released earlier today, 'Deadwood's Al f$%king Swearengen has joined the cast. That's right, the already-menacing Ian McShane will appear on the second season of the horror thriller to "tussle" with Emmy-winner Jessica Lange's character, but who will McShane play?