The limited series focuses on the failed attempt to blow up the House of Lords in Britain, which made Guy Fawkes (or at least his face) famous.
The man responsible for bringing in Transformers and rebooting Star Trek could be packing his office.
The new series will star Brian Cox as the head of a media empire family … and will not be a comedy.
Although McBride and David Gordon Green’s concentration has been in comedy, they have the endorsement of original ‘Halloween’ director John Carpenter.
It’s the actor’s first foray into a regular series television role since his Showtime program ended in 2013.
It’s pilot season, and GeekNation continues its look into what the networks might turn into series in the fall.
Sorry, it won’t be the next book in the series, but instead another ‘historical’ look at the world of Westeros.
One winning horror film pitch will win a $300,000 production budget as well as the ‘Hellraiser’ director as an executive producer.
Both actors have significant ties to director Baz Luhrmann, and could be picking up equally significant parts in the DC Comics film.
While two actors from the James Bond film franchise have been mentioned, there is some speculation Chris Chibnall could reach into the past.
The actors are best known for roles in HBO and Disney.
For a very short time after his audition, actor Conleth Hill really thought he would be the short-lived king. Instead, he came Master of Whisperers.
PLUS: CBS All Access could delay the series yet again …
While series creator David Milch is still working on a wrap-up film, it’s hard to ignore it’s been more than a decade since the series left the air.
The writer and voice actor is returning to animation for the first time since ‘King of the Hill’ and ‘Beavis and Butt-Head.’