It’s been a good long while since we checked in with FOX’s twisty upcoming mystery-drama Wayward Pines, but consider the mystery officially out of the box. We’ve all taken a knee on M. Night Shyamalan‘s film career, but does the newest full trailer for Wayward Pines feel original enough to escape the Twin Peaks comparisons?
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything from the front of M. Night Shyamalan's forthcoming FOX event series drama 'Wayward Pines,' but considering the performance of 'After Earth,' we were a bit understandably hesitant. Now you can check out the first photo of star Matt Dillon channeling 'Wayward Pines' 'Twin Peaks' vibe, with new intel on the series from Shyamalan himself.
'To Die For,' released in 1995, starred Nicole Kidman as a fame-hungry and ruthless local weather girl who hires three dopey teenagers from a high school to murder her husband. The dark comedy was based in part on a true story and told in mockumentary style, and it helped launch the careers of Joaquin Phoenix and Casey Affleck. Now, 18 years later, we take a look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to these days.
And the hits keep on coming! FOX's 2014 M. Night Shyamalan limited series 'Wayward Pines' made a strong casting move recently in tapping former 'Iron Man' and 'Law & Order' star Terrence Howard, and today adds yet another figure in 'Mistresses' star Shannyn Sossamon, but which lead character will she have the most ties with?
Along with 2014's '24: Live Another Day' and a second season of 'The Following,' FOX has continued its commitment to limited series with next year's M. Night Shyamalan-adapted thriller 'Wayward Pines,' starring Matt Dillon. Now we've learned 'The Fighter' Oscar-winner Melissa Leo will join Dillon in the eerie new series, but who will the veteran actress play?
Kristen Wiig is the 'Girl Most Likely' -- or least likely? -- in this new trailer for the upcoming film in which Wiig plays a woman who fakes a suicide attempt to get her boyfriend back, but gets her mom back instead.