There are not one, but two recent films about renowned psychological experiments: the first is The Stanford Prison Experiment, based on the project of the same name, which hits VOD this Friday and is currently in select theaters. Then there’s Experimenter, starring Peter Sarsgaard as Stanley Milgram, the social psychologist known for his controversial “obedience experiments.” The new trailer for Experimenter gives us a peek inside the mind of the provocative experimenter himself.
By now you’re likely familiar with the story of Bobby Fischer, the young chess prodigy who became the youngest chess grandmaster in history. As he grew older, Fischer began to suffer from some mental issues, which is the main focus of the new film Pawn Sacrifice. The first trailer has arrived, featuring Tobey Maguire in the role of the older Fischer, struggling to prepare for one of the biggest chess matches of his life.
The Magnificent Seven has built itself an interesting cast, but they just lost one valuable member: Jason Momoa has departed Antoine Fuqua’s remake of the classic western, presumably due to his Aquaman commitments. On the flip side, the film may have lost Momoa, but it just added Peter Sarsgaard in the role of the big bad villain.
As surprised as we were to hear that AMC and Netflix would grant 'The Killing' a third season after all, we were even more taken aback to learn that respected character actor Peter Sarsgaard had signed on for an important convicted killer role in the new episodes beginning June 2. Now, we've gotten our first look at Sarsgaard's enigmatic Ray Seward, but what killer secrets is he hiding about Holder and Linden's new case?
'The Killing' is still very much alive and kicking over at AMC, where the cast for the upcoming third season continues to grow. Peter Sarsgaard is the latest name to join that list.