It’s been a good long while since we’ve heard anything substantial from True Detective Season 2, but for those wondering if the borderline-obscene sexuality quotient would remain intact, have we got a treat for you! Season 2 will apparently feature a “colossal orgy sequence,” recruiting real-life porn stars Amia Miley and Peta Jensen for aid.
Tis the season, and to get in the holiday spirit of things, the new Vince Vaughn comedy ‘Unfinished Business’ is offering up your choice of red or green band trailers. Or both, if you’re feeling particularly inclined to watch basically the exact same trailer twice. One is suggestive, while the other is more blatant with the profanity. It depends on what you’re in the mood for, or how many relatives are already hanging around at your house on this lovely Thanksgiving eve.
Observing the pre-production and casting process of ‘True Detective’ season 2 has long been an exercise in rumor control. For months now, we’ve talked about the roles and supporting cast of actors like Taylor Kitsch and Rachel McAdams, despite the fact that HBO could only confirm Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn officially cast. Now at least, Kitsch and McAdams have formally joined the party, while Kelly Reilly too has been set in a supporting role.
HBO and 'True Detective' season 2 have only formally confirmed Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn among the cast, with Taylor Kitsch and Rachel McAdams ostensibly assured, though the dark and dreamy drama has kept right on casting. Kelly Reilly, Abigail Spencer, Michael Irby and Leven Rambin have all been added to 'True Detective' season 2 but as whom, you ask?
While HBO finally made 'True Detective' season 2 castings official the other day with confirmations of Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn, the lead female role remained in upheaval with at least 7-10 major actresses up for the part. Now, a new reports says Rachel McAdams has all-but-definitively landed the female role of 'True Detective' season 2, with Taylor Kitsch's role as the fourth soon to follow.
Finally! After months and months of speculation upon rumor, 'True Detective' season 2 has finally begun announcing its official cast leads. Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn have been confirmed, along with 'Fast and Furious' director Justin Lin, but who else can we expect to join the HBO drama, and what new plot details have emerged?
Casting on 'True Detective' season 2 has been equal parts crapshoot, publicist spin and investigative free-for-all, but where we thought a female lead had been narrowed between 'Mad Men''s Elisabeth Moss and Rachel McAdams, the dam has burst wide open to suggest that Jessica Biel, Rosario Dawson, Marvel favorite Jaimie Alexander and at least 4 more names are all in the running for our next 'True Detective' mystery.
Amid the myriad of speculation and dead horse meme-bashing, yesterday saw HBO’s ‘True Detective’ season 2 rumor mill circling Vince Vaughn as its latest claim, adding fuel to the fire of reported series stars Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch. Now, with an irritatingly endless wall of silence rivaling ‘Star Wars 7,’ HBO is leveled with yet more ‘True Detective’ casting talks from the likes of ‘Mad Men’ maven Elisabeth Moss, and genre favorite Michelle Forbes, among a treasure trove of new casting details.
Casting for HBO's 'True Detective' season 2 was a joke long before it became an actual joke, and the latest A-list name attached to the project is no laughing matter. Following rumors that Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch were in talks for the lead, 'The Internship' funnyman (if you can call it that) Vince Vaughn is the latest Hollywood star circling the lead roles of our new 'True Detective.'
In 1998, filmmaker Gus Van Sant released his remake of 'Psycho,' starring Vince Vaughn in the role of iconic serial killer and hotel owner Norman Bates. Though much of the film was a shot-for-shot remake, Van Sant's film also (somewhat) updated Alfred Hitchcock's classic tale of a woman who embezzles money from her work only to find herself in deeper trouble when she stops for a stay at the Bates Motel. Sixteen years later, we look back at the cast of the film and see what they're up to now.