A&E offered an all-too-brief tease for Bates Motel season 2 a few weeks ago, but now we have a pair of extended teasers that actually have some meat on them. In this case, we’re actually getting some footage featuring Norman and Norma Bates.
Season two begins early next year with Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga reprising their roles as Norman and Norma Bates. Kathleen Robertson, Paloma Kwiatkowski and Michael Vartan are going to be newcomers to the series. No debut date has been set.
The action franchise heading back the big screen in 2015, Skydance Productions and Annapurna Pictures are now looking at bringing Terminator to television as well. The Hollywood Reporter today brings word that a new series is in development that will tie into the Alan Taylor film. Ashley Miller and Zack Stentz, the pair behind X-Men: First Class and Thor, will provide the script for the pilot.
Ouija, the supernatural thriller produced by Blumhouse Productions and Platinum Dunes, is casting fast. It was just revealed yesterday that Daren Kagasoff joined the cast. Now, THR is reporting today that Olivia Cooke will star.
Cooke is best known to genre fans for her turn on Bates Motel. On that hit A&E series, she plays Emma opposed Freddie Highmore’s Norman Bates and Vera Farmiga’s Norma Bates.
Sarah Paulson hit up VH1′s Big Morning Buzz Live With Carrie Keagan this morning to discuss her turn on American Horror Story: Coven as Cordelia Foxx.
The actress was grilled for scoops about what’s to come. What did she say about Stevie Nicks’ upcoming cameo? What’s her favorite freakiest scene? Check out this interview…
FX airs the next installment of AHS, “Head,” on December 11th. In the upcoming episode, Cordelia’s attacker is revealed. Fiona looks to form an alliance with Marie Laveau. Nan learns a disturbing truth about Luke’s past.
RJ MacReady. Nancy Thompson. Sidney Prescott. Ash. David Kessler. Herbert West. Seth Brundle.
Names we know. Protagonists we love. Some of them final girls. Others tortured protagonists or men asked to step up against horrific scenarios. We recognize the faces. Maybe we can quote them. The important thing is: They’re memorable.
The examples I used here are just some incredibly well-known genre characters. They’re some of my favorites. Horror is populated with a bunch more. But when you look back at the last 20 years who do you think of (beyond Sidney, who stands out)? It’s kind of a problem, because I have a hard time thinking of anyone.
Next week sees the VOD release of The Banshee Chapter, a Zachary Quinto-produced supernatural thriller arriving on December 12th. We have an exclusive clip to share with you called “creatures approaches the car.”
On the trail of a missing friend (Michael McMillian) who had been experimenting with mind-altering drugs, a young journalist (Katia Winter) – aided by a rogue counter-culture writer (Ted Levine) – finds herself drawn into the dangerous world of top-secret government chemical research and the mystery of a disturbing radio signal of unknown origin.
Regina King (Southland) and Melanie Merkosky are set to join the cast of The Strain. Guillermo del Toro is directing the pilot for The Strain which kicks off next July.
According to Deadline, King is playing Ruby Wain “the smart and accomplished manager of philandering rock star Gabriel Bolivar.” Merkosky will play Sean Astin’s wife on the show.
Out of the many films we introduced you to at the American Film Market last month, the Mo Brothers’ Killers sounded the most promising. You know them from their work on the film Macabre which is now out here in the U.S.
Scripted by Timo Tjahjanto (one half of the Mo Brothers) and Takuji Ushiyama, Killers is premiering at Sundance and we have several images to share with you.