Excited though we were to see ousted 'Walking Dead' showrunner Frank Darabont take his talents to TNT for its impressive period drama 'Mob City,' we certainly saw this coming. Despite its six-episode "limited series" billing, TNT has officially declined to produce any additional episodes of the Jon Bernthal-starring drama, effectively canceling 'Mob City' and its Hollywood dreams.
We've been keeping an eye toward TNT's forthcoming noir crime drama 'Mob City,' not only for its impressive star pedigree, but especially for the involvement of former 'Walking Dead' showrunner Frank Darabont. Our longest look yet at the gritty new drama has arrived in a brand-new trailer, along with synopses of the first few hours we'll spend in TNT's 'Mob City'!
Along with the fresh new look at 'Falling Skies' season 4, TNT took us back in time for a preview of one of its other high-profile upcoming projects, the Frank Darabont-helmed crime drama 'Mob City'! Forget the teases, the newest look at the 'Mob City' full trailer reveals the full breadth of stars, while the bullets fly around the City of Angels.
After finally setting a December premiere date and undergoing yet another name change from 'Lost Angels' to 'Mob City,' TNT's new star-studded Frank Darabont-created period crime drama finally has a proper trailer. Featuring the likes of 'The Walking Dead''s Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey DeMunn and even Simon Pegg himself, are you ready for our best look yet at TNT's trip to 'Mob City'?
Production on Brad Pitt's next project, the WWII pic 'Fury,' commenced with production not too long ago, with the actor giving his hair a new sartorial look for the effort. Director David Ayer ('End of Watch') has been keeping the fans updated by releasing various set photos, but now, aside from a slew of paparazzi shots, we have our first look at the film.
A 'Walking Dead' star is going from the realm of flesh-eating zombies to the arguably worse world of greed-driven Wall Street stockbrokers -- but at least he gets to work with director Martin Scorsese while doing so.
Boy, you just can't keep that wily Jon Bernthal down. You can stab him in the heart and shoot him through the head, but his career just keeps on comin'. And where Bernthal left 'The Walking Dead' and signed to breathe new life into Frank Darabont's 'L.A. Noir,' first he's going to have to go to trial.
We're warning you, right now, about major spoilers for both 'The Walking Dead' as a comic series, and likely forthcoming spoilers for the remaining episodes of AMC's 'The Walking Dead' this season. So if you'd rather not know any major plot points, this sentence is your port of harbor. Be gone!