One of the most entertaining new series of last season was the CW’sThe Flash. The program certainly made an impact for The CW being the top rated show for the network in its freshman season. Along with its top notch writing, The Flash has been blessed with a career making performance from lead actor Grant Gustin. The 25-year-old Glee veteran recently took home a Teen Choice Award in the “Breakout Star” category, beating out The Flash co-star Candice Patton in the process.
Along with a new costume and the addition of Keiynan Lonsdale as Wally West (who in the DC Comics universe also became The Flash), the series is moving forward with some highly anticipated changes.
Flash fans can’t to see what in season 2 and The Flash himself Grant Gustin gives a preview what to expect when it returns October 6. (Click on the media bar below to hear Grant Gustin)
Keanu Reeves was last seen kicking major you know what in John Wick, but this time he’s a family man who has definitely met his match in the Eli Roth (Hostel, upcoming The Green Inferno) directed Knock Knock.
Left alone for the weekend, Evan Webber (Reeves) plays the Good Samaritan by letting two stranded young women (Lorenza Izzo, Ana de Armas) into his domicile. His kindness leads to their eventual seduction, and while a one night tryst with two youths may seem like the dream fantasy for a middle-aged dude, Evan’s adultery turns into a karmic nightmare.
Whether he’s being tied to a bed or about to be thrown into a makeshift grave in his backyard, Evan is definitely in over his head. Will our hapless protagonist survive from this ordeal and can he outwit these young ladies and beat them at their own game? Since this is an Eli Roth movie, we’re guessing the villains come out on top.
Shot for under $10 million, Knock Knockscreened earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival and it hits theaters and On Demand October 9.
For insight on why Eli Roth loves infusing humor with his thriller and horror driven narratives, check out Deepest Dream.
Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think!
Robbie Kay, best known for his run as Peter Pan in Once Upon A Time, plays Tommy Clarke, a teenager with the power to make people disappear in the upcoming event series Heroes Reborn.
While promoting Heroes Reborn during the NBC/Universal Press Tour, Kay was asked if he envisions more Heroes stories in the coming years. “Absolutely,” said the actor. “I think it all depends where the show goes but I think there is a lot of mystery surrounding this world. That is what is so exciting about Heroes – there is so much suspense. They always leave a little bit more, kind of like a breadcrumb trail so nothing is ever really properly finished up.”
Kay’s acting path started at an early age while living in the Czech Republic. Though his scenes were cut out of the movie The Illusionist, it was still a pivotal moment in the actor’s nascent career.
Click on the media bar to hear Robbie Kay talk about his initial foray into the acting field:
Heroes Rebornpremieres September 24 on NBC (8/7c). To read about co-star Ryan Guzman’s journey with Heroes Reborn, check out the following Deepest Dream post.
Jennifer Aniston is one of the most in-demand actresses in Hollywood. Granted, there are times when we wish she would make better choices about the roles she takes. Because while we love her and the bubbly energy she brings to her movies, some of the films have been painfully unwatchable. Of the more than 20 movies she’s made, the 1999 cult classic Office Space remains the most beloved among her fans.
When we talked with Aniston, she reminisced about Office Space and told us whether she kept any of the “flair.” (Click on the audio player to hear Jennifer Aniston)
Jennifer Aniston currently stars with Owen Wilson in PeterBogdanovich’s She’s Funny That Way which is currently playing on Demand.
One of the biggest hits this summer on television has been the freshman USA Network series Mr. Robot starring Christian Slater and Rami Malek will have it’s season finale on September 2. Audiences shouldn’t worry because the show was renewed for a second season before the first episode even aired.
Being renewed early gave series creator Sam Esmail time to think about the future of the show and its many different directions. Malek and Slater are very excited about the future of the show saying there are plans for the show to continue for many years to come.
Check out the video below, as the actors discuss the road ahead for Mr. Robot.
Catch the Mr. Robotseason finale September 2 10/9c on USA Network.