Regular TV watchers know Giancarlo Esposito best as the ruthless Gus Fring on "Breaking Bad" or the meek Sidney Glass on "Once Upon a Time", but he's about to tackle another role: brutal militia enforcer Captain Neville on NBC's new series "Revolution."
With "Revolution" set to premiere on Monday, September 17th, NBC has released a trio of new videos: an extended preview, a behind-the-scenes "first look", and a character profile of Charlie Matheson, portrayed by Tracy Spiridakos.
With a resume that goes all the way back to the 90's in such films as Independence Day and Godzilla, Derek Webster has definitely paid his dues. Next up for him is a recurring role in NBC's "Revolution."
Well then. We have no idea what this latest project is about, or even how Dread-worthy it will prove to be; however, given the talent involved, we'd be horribly remiss if we didn't bring this one to your attention.
Everything we're hearing about NBC's new series "Revolution" is positive, including a comment from our contact at the network promising that it should be right up the alley of Dread Central readers. So how about a few more interviews with the cast and creator from Comic-Con?
One of our biggest disappointments about this year's Comic-Con was not having time to check out the "Revolution" panel moderated by Jon Favreau. Well, the gods must have been listening because NBC has released it in its entirety along with a few other cast interview videos.
Our anticipation for NBC's “Revolution” from director Jon Favreau and the fertile imaginations of J.J. Abrams and Eric Kripke just went up a notch with the news that "Lost" and "V" alumna Elizabeth Mitchell has joined the show as a series regular.
Add another name to the growing list of cast members signing on to NBC's new horror show "Revolution". An actor from the cult comedy Wet Hot American Summer has officially joined the ranks. Read on.
No, not Robert Downey, Jr., though that would be kind of neat given the talent involved already. We're talking one of his co-stars who's about to make a jump to the small screen for NBC!
Chilling. That's a word that is easily used to describe actor Giancarlo Esposito's portrayal of the nefarious to the very end Gus on TV's "Breaking Bad". His latest gig on "Once Upon a Time"... not so much. Hopefully the actor can bring back his unique sense of menace for NBC!
Several days ago we brought you the news that "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke and the master of all things mysterious, J.J. Abrams, were working together on a new pilot for NBC. Today a director has been found to kick off the spooky!
If there are two people in this world that have a stellar chance at creating absolute magic together, it would be the pairing of "Supernatural" creator Eric Kripke and the master of all things mysterious, J.J. Abrams. Luckily for us? That's exactly what we're getting!
Excited for the DVD and Blu-ray release of Super 8 (review here)? Then you don't want to miss a second of these clips from the upcoming home video package!
Hats off to Paramount. Not only have they wholeheartedly embraced viral marketing, but they've found new and exciting ways to bring fans into the fun. Case in point: the Super 8 Hide and Tweet promotion! Read on for instructions of how to get your hands on a copy of the flick for FREE. You just have to go find it!