The Exorcist premiered on Fox last year amid skepticism that a hit horror film could be transformed into a viable television series. However, the first season had both a compelling/terrifying story and an amazing cast of characters. Now the priests, Father Marcus (Ben Daniels), Father Tomas (Alfonso Herrera), & Father Bennett (Kurt Egyiawan) are back to fight off a new supernatural threat.
We got the chance to talk to Jeff Morris, the founder and writer of the FutureDude comic and television entertainment label. He created Parallel Man in comics and then translated it to an animated series and a video game, starring Ming-Na Wen, John Cho and Lance Reddick.
Fight fire with fire, they say. Well, okay, in the case of this week’s Sleepy Hollow episode, “The Kindred,” it was more like fight monsters with monsters.
At SDCC 2014, Sleepy Hollow stars Tom Mison, Nicole Beharie, Orlando Jones, Lyndie Greenwood, John Noble and Katia Winter, along with producers Robert Orci, Heather Kadin, and Mark Goffman talked about what we ‘Sleepyheads’ have to look forward to this fall.
This year’s Paley Festival was hosted at the Dolby Theatre (same as the Oscars) and brought the cast of Sleepy Hollow. This gave us a chance to talk to Tom Mison (Ichabod Crane), John Cho (Andy Brooks), Lyndie Greenwood (Jenny Mills), Orlando Jones (Captain Irving) and a couple of the executive producers. These interviews can be seen below.
Here’s the teaser for the new Star Trek movie, Star Trek: Into Darkness.