The trickle of trailers hyping Sundance premieres continues with a new glimpse at The Discovery, an enigmatic sci-fi project that Netflix snatched up back in the summer. As we say in showbiz, there’s a lot of heat behind this one: the stacked cast collects endearing goof Jason Segel, Rooney Mara (how dare she look this good with bleached-blonde hair), Kirsten Dunst spouse Jesse Plemons, starlet on the rise Riley Keough, and how about that, Sundance king Robert Redford. Director Charlie McDowell also arrives with a handsome pedigree, having last helmed the metaphysical romance The One I Love, and it looks like he’s going high-concept once again for his new feature.
While there may be no shortage of dramedies about death and sexuality coming from the independent arm of Hollywood, these films do at least offer us a chance to get to know writers and directors who might otherwise be lost in the system. The new trailer for Other People, by first-time director and Saturday Night Live alum Chris Kelly, may seem more than a little familiar, but there is something to be said for small, personal films, derivative or not.
In ‘Other People,’ the opening night film at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, Jesse Plemons (‘Fargo,’ ‘Breaking Bad’) plays a struggling gay comedy writer who travels home to care for his terminally ill mother. If that synopsis doesn’t shout Sundance, nothing
If you haven’t caught on to the brilliance of FX’s Fargo by now, we’re comfortable spoiling something for you - people die. Yep, decapitations, rabbits, even deadly window-washing wrought many an end in Fargo‘s second season, all neatly outlined in a spoilery memoriam segment of the many we lost this season
After only ten short weeks, Fargo has once again shoveled out the closing chapter of its blood-soaked story, as Season 2’s Sioux Falls massacre claimed yet more victims. Season 3 will be well on the way soon enough, but in the meantime, who won’t be taking in another Fargo sunrise after tonight’s “Palindrome?” And what familiar Season 1 characters put in surprise returns?
We’re less than a month away from the October premiere of FX’s Fargo Season 2, even with the onslaught of fall TV looming over the next few weeks, but the ‘70s-set series has something to warm us over in the meantime. Check out the full set of cast photos, as well as a look at the Fargo Season 2 premiere!
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FX’s Fargo shoveled out a few Season 2 teases of late, but the snow has officially thawed to bring us a full two and a half-minute trailer of the ‘70s-set tale of homespun murder and mayhem. See the star-studded cast on full display and watch for blood stains with a full preview of Fargo Season 2!
FX’s Fargo Season 2 recently unearthed its first trailer out from under the snow, and before the next storm hits, the Coen brothers-inspired true crime tale has a few more bloody gems. Return to homespun murder and mayhem with some quaint new blood-soaked teasers, as well as photos of the all-new cast.
FX’s Fargo got a jump on Season 2 over the Comic-Con weekend with a few fresh teasers, and by golly, that snowfall isn’t about to let up. Our first full trailer to the sequel-prequel season of FX’s breakout hit has arrived, and the Sioux Falls ‘70s look to be even more dryly violent than the first time around.