Real-life Jewish mobster Ben “Bugsy” Siegel wasn’t just any old thug, he was a celebrity gangster, who craved the limelight. So when executive producer Frank Darabont was casting the role for TNT’s noir series “Mob City,” he searched for an actor who could play that rare breed of movie-star mobster — and he came up […]
Jon Bernthal played one of the walking wounded as Shane on “The Walking Dead.” And, he is still playing a guy who knows how to take his lumps as Detective Joe Teague on TNT’s new noir series “Mob City.” [xfinity-record-button id=”6207093096050066112″ program_type=”series”] “I think potentially there might be some similarities on what the two characters […]
In his first project since exiting “The Walking Dead,” executive producer Frank Darabont takes us back in time to 1940s Los Angeles with the noir series “Mob City,” which premieres on TNT Wednesday, Dec. 4, at 9/8c, and tells the story of the epic battle between the L.A.P.D. and the mobsters who tried to get […]
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Former “Walking Dead” showrunner Frank Darabont might have been ousted from the AMC hit, but like the zombie characters from his former show, he has risen again. TNT has ordered six episodes of Darabont’s crime drama “L.A. Noir,” which chronicles the epic battle between mobster Mickey Cohen and Los Angeles Police […]
When last we saw the Grimes family on “The Walking Dead” — Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) and Carl (Chandler Riggs) — they had just reunited on the highway after the deadly infestation of Hershel’s (Scott Wilson) farm by the Walkers, which took several lives. DVR the Season Premiere of “The Walking Dead” […]
After what could generously be described as a bumpy second season, AMC’s “The Walking Dead” set itself up for an intriguing third season during last night’s finale. In what was a heart-pounding first half, the surviving members of the ragtag gang of zombie apocalypse survivors were forced off the farm of Hershel Greene (Scott Wilson) […]
Jon Bernthal: Scourge of zombies and criminals alike. The “Walking Dead” star, who has played plenty of cops, told David Letterman on Monday’s “Late Show” that he once busted a purse snatcher on his way home from work.
When you’re a fan of “The Walking Dead,” you have to accept some trade-offs. If you want an exciting episode, one where the ragtag gang of zombie apocalypse survivors do more than just ruminate and furrow their brows, you have to accept some amount of plot holes in with your story development.
Sunday night’s shocking death on “The Walking Dead” was caused by another character doing something really stupid. We’re starting to wonder who the smarter people are on this show: the humans or the zombies.
On its website yesterday, AMC spoiled a major “Walking Dead” season 2 plot point on an ad for the season’s Blu-ray set. And it’s a doozy.