Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are officially returning to the pages of Garth Ennis. The Preacher creator’s superhero satire The Boys is officially ordered to series on Amazon, with a 2019 premiere already in mind.
The second season of AMC’s Preacher may not have caught up to God, but someone’s smiling down on the series. Executive producer Seth Rogen confirm that Jesse, Tulip and Cassidy will return for Season 3 next year.
Preacher is about to close the book on Season 2, but another Seth Rogen-Evan Goldberg-Garth Ennis collaboration might be heating up. Initially eyed for Cinemax, a take on superhero satire The Boys is nearing a straight-to-series order at Amazon.
Seth Rogen and longtime partner Evan Goldberg recently launched And Action!, a new high school program that offers young, aspiring filmmakers the chance to learn the business by making a short film. But it probably never occurred to 17-year-old director Eduardo Cho and his creative collaborator, 16-year-old Kimberly Carrillo, that Rogen himself would actually show up to set — and bring several of his famous friends with him to star in Cho’s short.
We've only one more week before Preacher hits the road to search for God, but there's plenty of time to look ahead. Get your best look yet at Season 2 with an in-depth featurette highlighting some of the grosser aspects, along with a tone closer to the comics.
AMC’s Preacher will finally become the road-faring series it was destined to become in Season 2, and that means new locations. Co-creators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are also back behind the camera, as a new featurette explores the comic drama’s trip to New Orleans.
Following their small screen success with Preacher, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are setting their sights on another comic-series, but this time they’re taking it to the big screen. The creative duo will write and direct a film adaptation of Invincible, based on the comic-book series by Robert Kirkman, best known as the creator of the series that inspired that other popular AMC TV show.