In the wake of the success of The Invisible Man, Elisabeth Moss has started crafting several new and interesting genre projects, including what sounds like a nifty little piece of anthology television that could see one of the best actresses working today taking on Femme Fatales and a neo-noir Los Angeles.
It’s being reported that Moss is developing an anthology titled Black Match for Hulu, in which she will star. The series is described as a psychosexual neo-noir thriller set in modern-day Los Angeles and comes from an original script written by Ian McCulloch. Mike Barker is attached to direct the pilot, who previously directed Moss in twelve episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale, and has shows like Fargo and Outlander on his resume.
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The clihéd stereotypes about superheroes on screen, which were mostly established by the 1960’s Batman series and the Superman movies of the 1970s and 80s, are still often lampooned, but seldom actually used. The 2019 Warner Bros. film Shazam! was pretty wholesome, and both Spider-Man and Captain America have certainly had their moments, but for the most part, the genre has moved away from its roots. From the wisecracking Tony Stark to the brooding Dark Knight to the Netflix Defenders, we’ve gone decidedly darker and more layered than the stereotype should allow. This was a natural progression, and then in 2016, they gave Deadpool his own movie, and suddenly, the whole genre seemed to shift a bit.
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HBO has released a trailer for its upcoming docuseries which draws from the late Michelle McNamara’s book of the same name that investigates the Golden State Killer case.
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark will also give a voice to the survivors and their families, documenting an era when sex crimes were often dismissed or hidden in shame. A timely inquiry into our macabre preoccupation with true crime and a cautionary tale of the dangerous lure of addiction, the series is a riveting meditation on obsession and loss, chronicling the unrelenting path of a mysterious killer and the fierce determination of one woman to bring the case to light.
Check out the trailer for HBO’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark below: Continue reading I’ll Be Gone In The Dark: HBO’s First Trailer For The Golden State Killer Docuseries
The first season of Doom Patrol launched on the streaming platform, DC Universe. As the second season is now launching on HBO Max, the unlikely superhero team is looking to reach a larger audience.
Following the defeat of Mr. Nobody, the members of the Doom Patrol now find themselves mini-sized and stranded on Cliff’s toy race car track. Here they begin to deal with their feelings of betrayal by Niles Caulder a.k.a. the Chief, while confronting their own personal baggage. And as each member faces the challenge of growing beyond their own past traumatic experiences, they must come together to embrace and protect the newest member of the family: Dorothy Spinner, Niles’ daughter, whose powers remain a mysterious but real threat to bringing on the end of the world.
Check out the trailer for Doom Patrol Season 2 below: Continue reading Doom Patrol Season 2 Trailer: The Superhero Weirdos Are Back On HBO Max
Everyone is guilty of something.
HBO premiered the latest, full trailer for their forthcoming Perry Mason reboot.
The new original series Perry Mason, starring Emmy winner Matthew Rhys, premieres very soon. Based on characters created by Erle Stanley Gardner, this drama series follows the origins of American Fiction’s most legendary criminal defense lawyer, Perry Mason. When the case of the decade breaks down his door, Mason’s relentless pursuit of the truth reveals a fractured city and just maybe, a pathway to redemption for himself.
Check out the trailer for HBO’s Perry Mason below: Continue reading Perry Mason: HBO’s Noirish Reboot Looks Like Prestige TV Viewing At Its Finest
The Snyder Cut of Justice League isn’t the only thing hitting the streaming service! Launching on May 27, HBO Max comes with dozens of Looney Tunes Cartoons, which is Warner Bros. Animation’s latest reboot of the classic cartoon characters. Continue reading New Looney Tunes Cartoons Coming to HBO Max
We’ve seen all too often movie sequels take missteps after great starts. Be it too many villains – the ’90s Batman sequels, Spider-Man 3, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, etc. – or too much reliance on bringing back past characters, which has been a big knock on much of the Disney-Era Star Wars Universe. Too much reliance on the Skywalkers makes a vast galaxy seem small.
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Netflix released the first trailer for its upcoming horror series, Betaal which finds a team tasked with clearing away the inhabitants of a village and their unwitting involvement in unleashing a horrific enemy.
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What. You thought this was a joke? Netflix has released the first trailer for Steve Carell’s new sitcom, his first since departing The Office.
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The limited-series presents an alternative version of history wherein actors and writers of color are more openly part of the Hollywood studio system.
As described in the official plot synopsis, Hollywood “exposes and examines decades-old power dynamics, and what the entertainment landscape might look like if they had been dismantled.” From prostitution and sexual harassment to racism to homophobia and the fascination with homosexuality, these burgeoning young stars are faced with the challenges of an unfair system, with biases against racism, gender, and sexuality that still feel prominent to this day.
Check out the first trailer for Netflix’s Hollywood below:
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