Yesterday saw FX's biker bro drama 'Sons of Anarchy' planting a flag on September 9 for its seventh and final season premiere, but there are even more SAMCRO goods in store before next Sunday's Comic-Con 2014 panel. Check out our first photo from the 1 hour 45 minute premiere with guest star Marilyn Manson, and be prepared for some spoilery new details of the final 'Sons of Anarchy' season at hand!
It’s been a good while since ‘Sons of Anarchy’ revved out any new details of the seventh and final season, but with the fall fast approaching, our first major casting bombshell has hit. Following notable guest turns in HBO’s 'Eastbound and Down’ and more, shock rocker Marilyn Manson will next bring his dope show to ‘Sons of Anarchy’ season 7 in a recurring role.
'Sons of Anarchy' became something of a running gag in critical circles this past year for its ever-expanding runtime, with its sixth season frequently extending episodes to the 90-minute mark. Now, as the seventh and final season of FX's road-rashing biker drama looms, series creator Kurt Sutter has revealed his intent to expand 'Sons of Anarchy' even further, adding additional episodes to the swan song. Plus, what might shock-rocker Marilyn Manson have to do with it?
We'd known of some impressive guest stars to throw heat during 'Eastbound & Down''s ongoing fourth and final season, but the latest could prove the strangest yet. Shock rocker Marilyn Manson dropped by this past Sunday's "Chapter 27" for a brief cameo as someone other than himself, perhaps even more unusually than his recent 'Talking Dead' appearance.
Well, we have to give it to ABC's 'Once Upon A Time,' they certainly go all out when it comes to voice talent for the series. Where such previous vocal guest stars as The Who's Roger Daltrey and 'Dexter''s John Lithgow have given life to iconic fairy tale characters, dope shock rocker Marilyn Manson will next loan his throaty pipes to play the mysterious Shadow of Neverland, a much darker character than we've come to remember from the stories.
Marilyn Manson, the controversial rock star who has had everything thrown at him by the press, including the kitchen sink, is branching out from his leather-clad, lipstick wearing, metal-infused rock operas to go into another medium -- acting.
Here’s a strange news item: Johnny Depp has recorded a song with Goth rocker Marilyn Manson. Now this is where the strange news item gets slightly more bizarre: they chose Carly Simon’s ‘You’re So Vain’ as the track on which they wanted to collaborate. So when and where can you listen to this odd collaboration?