Was one Fargo sneak peek not enough for you? Well, prepare for all the murder, McGregor and Minnesota you can handle, as the first full “Installment 3” trailer takes us into the world of competitive bridge-playing. Yes, you read that correctly.
Slowly, but surely, Fargo Season 3 is shoveling itself out from the snow. We finally saw first photos of the star-studded cast, and now those clever teasers have given way to actual footage of “Installment 3,” and the “unfathomable pinheadery” of a first official promo.
Early looks at Fargo Season 3 gave us a glimpse of both Ewan McGregor’s dual role and Carrie Coon’s Chief Burgle, and the full cast is finally coming out to play, See Mary Elizabeth Winstead, David Thewlis and more in the first official photos from our third tale of Minnesota murder and mayhem!
Winter is finally beginning to thaw (it lasted a good few weeks), and with it, FX is pulling Fargo out of the snow, and into an April premiere. Season 3 has officially set a date for spring, taking us all back to 2010 with a star-studded cast and dueling Ewan McGregors.
Nothing aches quite like first love. It grips hold of you like a disease, consuming you with desire, enveloping your day dreams with only thoughts of another’s face, scent, or smile. In Call Me By Your Name, Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino takes us to the sun-drenched Italian countryside for an exquisite queer romance that you’ll want to soak up every minute of.
At long last, Fargo Season 3 is finally starting to thaw out of that Minnesota cold. Not only do we have an impressive cast list, but also a spring premiere window, as cast and crew discuss the third year’s notably modern setting. Plus, what “kiss with the past” can we look forward to?
Slow and steady, Fargo Season 3 has been assembling a murderer’s row of talent for its cast. Now, as production gears up for a January 2017 start, FX confirms the full roster of names headed into the cold, including Coen brothers favorite Michael Stuhlbarg, Shea Whigham and more.
If the cast of Guillermo del Toro’s new movie is any indication, it could be the fantasy-horror master’s best film yet. (Then again, Crimson Peak had a knockout cast and most people disliked that film. Most people are nuts.) Joining the great Sally Hawkins and Octavia Spencer in the untitled project is Michael Stuhlbarg, one of the absolute best actors on the planet.
With Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tilda Swinton, Rachel McAdams and Mads Mikkelsen, you could be forgiven for thinking that the cast of Marvel’s Doctor Strange could not possible get any better. But then, Michael Stuhlbarg joins the cast, and you are proven wrong.
Steve Jobs isn’t following the typical biopic formula — director Danny Boyle and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin constructed the film in three acts to mirror the launch of three iconic Apple products. As such, it will hopefully offer riveting glimpses into the life of the Apple co-founder and CEO. But the format of the film isn’t the only unconventional aspect of production. According to co-star Michael Stuhlbarg, Boyle and Sorkin had a very interesting and somewhat unusual approach to shooting the film.