Sunday’s Westworld premiere answered at least a few of our burning questions, including the fate of one enigmatic character. That said, a familiar voice was heard in Season 2’s “Journey Into Night,” and producers confirm said actor is indeed returning for more episodes.
HBO made a point of correcting pay parity among its male and female stars, though the network understandably declined to name examples. Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood has no such qualms, however, and reveals her raise won’t take effect until Season 3.
At long last, Westworld is providing more answers than questions. New intel on the second season confirms at least three missing characters will be back in action, as well that a surprising tweak will be made to one of the HBO drama’s most recognizable faces.
In an interview with the British Film Institute, Jodie Foster dropped a few tasty behind-the-scenes morsels about the production process of 1991’s ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ — like the fact that Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Dustin Hoffman were all considered for the role of Hannibal Lecter.
The 2017 Emmy Awards have brought us one of our biggest wins yet. After winning in another category last year, Sterling K. Brown has taken home another statue for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for This Is Us.
The new Transformers movie is all about buried secrets. Texan Bostonian inventor bro Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) and brainy Oxford professor Vivian Frumplebumple (okay I admit it: I didn’t catch her last name so I made that up) discover a world they never knew: The hidden history of Transformers on Earth. It turns out the Transformers have played a role in every armed conflict throughout time. The Transformers helped King Arthur, and they threw an assist to the Allies during World War II. There’s more to meets the eye in those history books, doncha know.