As it did a great many others, the tragic passing of actor Anton Yelchin, gave significant pause to a series adaptation of Stephen King’s Mr. Mercedes. The role was since recast, while AT&T series now officially releases a full cast list before the fall 2017 premiere. There’s Holland Taylor, Mary-Louise Parker, Brendan Gleeson and plenty more.
We’ve spent most of 2016 watching one or more billionaires battling it out, so what’s a few fictional ones in 2017? At least Showtime will keep it entertaining, with a first look at Billions Season 2, and a few new guest stars this side of Weeds.
The lastest 'Red 2' trailer shows us Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker and Helen Mirren returning for some old-timer fun in this follow-up to the 2010 hit. As the previous poster tagline stated, the best certainly never rest.
'Red 2' is the sequel to 2010's surprise hit 'Red,' and it reunites Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker and Helen Mirren and ropes in new cast members Catherine Zeta Jones and Anthony Hopkins. Now there's a teaser for the film, and it looks fun.
Sometimes to move forward, we must revisit the past. Such is the case when Nancy, Silas and Andy pack up and head back home to Agrestic -- also known as Majestic, and now known as the reborn town of Regrestic -- to see some very familiar faces in this week's 'Weeds.'
"Convenience" is a word we fear in television shows -- a word that indicates an avoidance of effort for the sake of tidying up a narrative. This week 'Weeds' embraced convenience by evaporating Jill and sending Andy off on his next relationship adventure. "Abrupt" is also a word that comes to mind.
It may not begin shooting until next spring, but you can check out a teaser poster for the upcoming sequel 'Red 2' right now. Yes, right this second, you, avid reader of the internet, can look at some famous people from behind and existentially ponder what all of it means.
"How far is it from beginning to end," Stevie asks Nancy near the end of this week's 'Weeds' as she stares existentially at a map of New England, where her job is sending her for two weeks out of every month. And even though Nancy left her drug business behind, she's still traveling down the same path -- it's up to her where it ends.
There are still quite a a few questions to be answered when Showtime's long-running pot comedy 'Weeds' returns for an eighth, and potentially final season on July 8, and details are being kept tight, but a fresh offering from the garden might be just what we need to get back in the high spirits.