Among this year’s collection of blockbusters is one that has the potential to truly surprise audiences: Tomb Raider, starring Alicia Vikander as the iconic eponymous video game hero — who does a little more hanging off of and jumping over things than any actual tomb raiding in the latest trailer for the upcoming reboot, directed by Roar Uthaug. (If nothing else, this movie boasts the director with the coolest name ever.)
Where once HBO’s Vice Principals pit Danny McBride and Walton Goggins against one another in a low-stakes battle of wits, Season 2 is going full murder-mystery. See for yourself, as Neal Gamby hunts his would-be killer in an extended trailer for the September premiere.
If the first trailer for Vice Principals Season 2 left you wondering if Neal Gamby survived, rest assured HBO will grant his revenge. Season 2 of the Danny McBride-Walton Goggins comedy gets its first full trailer, as Gamby begins a NSFW hunt for the truth.
Walton Goggins has officially joined the MCU. What a time to be alive. The character actor and star of Vice Principals, The Hateful Eight and the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot has signed on for Ant-Man and the Wasp, the upcoming sequel featuring Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly as the eponymous superheroes. Goggins is the third recent addition to the cast, joining fellow newcomers Randall Park (Fresh Off the Boat) and Hannah John-Kamen (Black Mirror) for Ant-Man’s next big (semi) solo adventure.
School is back in session for the Vice Principals of HBO, and so is revenge. Season 2 of the Danny McBride-Walton Goggins comedy will ring its opening bell in mid-September, and there’s a freaking tiger in the first teaser!
After a bit of a rocky start involving an injury suffered by star Dylan O’Brien, Maze Runner: The Death Cure, the third installment in the series based on the YA novels, is set to begin production in South Africa very soon. And a new character is joining the fray: Walton Goggins has boarded the film, so I guess that means we all have to watch it now.
If you had any doubt about the necessity, validity, integrity or any other –ity of the new Tomb Raider movie, this bit of casting news should immediately mitigate any and all of your concerns. Walton Friggin’ Goggins has joined the cast of the upcoming reboot, in which he’ll play — oh come on, like we need to even tell you — the film’s villain. And with that piece of casting, Tomb Raider was just elevated from “Yeah, sure, I guess I’ll see this movie at some point” to “Can I pre-order my tickets now or nah?”