Back in November, it was reported that the "From Dusk Till Dawn" TV series has started shooting, with Robert Rodriguez (director of original film) on board to direct the first two episodes.
Today, we have the first poster and trailer for the new TV series, giving us a look at DJ Catrona (GI Joe: Retaliation) and Zane Holtz (The Perks of Being a Wallflower) as Seth Gecko (played by George Clooney in film) and Richard "Richie" Gecko (played by Quentin Tarantino in film). Check everything out below.
"We see things that led up to events in the film, and much deeper character motivations and storylines to sort of launch into the new story that we're doing," said Rodriguez. "The film was a short story. This is the novel version."
The new TV series, which co-stars Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day, will debut this Spring on the El Rey Network.
Yea robert patrick is classic, he gets roles, but "they" are always trying so hard to make him a bad ass, or hilarious...just stop trying because he's a f*cking natural. He was great in Xfiles, would like to see a final movie with him in it.
PORN-FLYwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 1:00:23 PM
BadChadB33writes: on January 13th, 2014 at 2:32:21 PM
Porn- lol just caught that. I meant meh.
lppintowrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 3:08:08 PM
Isn't that guy Don Johnson?
Bane_Riseswrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 3:59:27 PM
Michael Douglas cast as Hank Pymn in "Ant Man."
shiteaterwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 4:15:51 PM
Variety is now reporting that Michael Douglas will play ant-man. You see, Alex, that's why you don't post rumors as facts in your trolling headlines. I'm referring to WP stating that Paul Rudd signed to play Ant-man in a headline.
And apparently Justin Bieber is going to star in Expendables 4? Really.. I don't mind the kid, but that makes no sense at all. He doesn't fit that movie.
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 7:00:31 PM
Bieber's a worthless c*nt, and I hope a fat gay woman with a rusty spoon brutally murders it by sawing off its vagina while it's taking a sh*t.
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 7:54:01 PM
I'm starting to see why this place needed a highly-energetic wackjob screwball like Ranger to keep it afloat, because without someone like him, this place is a total drag.
You folks should try harder (as in "at least a little") to make this place what you want it to be without lazily waiting on someone else to do the work for you.
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 9:31:12 PM
They're trying to humanize him, methinks, and it does him (the character) a huge disservice because what we love about Holmes is his brutal honesty and insight, not him kowtowing to social mores and society's artificial and arbitrary conventions, which is what he does in The Sign of Three.
But yeah, we'll have to wait till 2016 to see more, which is just effing stupid. Three episodes every two years, whereas the crew of 24, for example, threw out 24 ~hour-long episodes every year.
Sherlock's good, damned good, even, but it's not THAT damned good.
Deaft0newrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 9:35:21 PM
Speaking of 24 mink, here's an update on the new season:
Deaft0newrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 9:39:42 PM
Yeah and 24 will have the traditional 2 hour premiere which is cool too.
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 9:43:23 PM
I'd love to see 24 go to Showtime, if only so Tanman can finally see Kiefer's ass.
(yeah I know, a gay joke, but that's all the comedy I know, apparently)
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 9:55:35 PM
I enjoyed The Sign of Three, but I think that was because I had such low expectations going in.
The thing that got me, though, wasn't really Sherlock's off-character deportment but the idea someone could be stabbed in the back without them knowing it, only to then nearly bleed to death in the shower.
What, he didn't know he was bleeding so profusely? And how does such a little hole, little enough to not make the victim immediately aware, kill someone so quickly without them raising even the slightest alarm?
Look, if someone stabs you through a belt with an ice pick, you're going to feel it. Think of the pain a mosquito causes when it takes a bite. And the belt will have a rather large hole through which you'll immediately commence bleeding.
Even if somehow not, you'll start bleeding when you remove the belt, and not only after you've made it to the shower as depicted in the show.
It's also rather stupid the writers thought we would think the cops in the show wouldn't investigate everyone with a motive to kill the captain, especially the brother (who attended the same wedding as said captain) of one of the me the captain "killed". Yes, he was a photographer, but people are going to remember him regardless. Yes, he's more invisible than the guests, perhaps, but not so damned invisible there won't be any record of him attending, even if Lestrade is a veritable moron.
I find it ironic that a show about the most intelligent crime-solver the world has ever seen uses some of the dumbest crimes for plot devices.
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 9:57:04 PM
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 10:07:33 PM
We'll find out Magnussen faked his death too in season 5, which will premier in the spring of 2022.
By then Sherlock will be chasing purse snatchers in his wheelchair with Watson pushing it.
minkowskiwrites: on January 13th, 2014 at 10:10:48 PM
And I refuse to watch that Elementary garbage either.
A tattooed Sherlock living In New York with "Joan" Watson, played by Lucy Liu of Ecks vs Sever and Charlie's Angels fame?
A Sherlock who brings home prostitutes by the bucketload because he's just that kind of "cool" American?
Yeah, no, will never watch such classless, tactless, graceless trash. Ever.