If you're in Austin at SXSW, you can catch an early screening of "Penny Dreadful" on Sunday, but if you're stuck at home like the rest of us, you can content yourself with this new production blog that focuses on The Grand Guignol.
The "Penny Dreadful" website is undergoing a transformation, and IGN got hold of new photos and bios for several characters that will be a part of the site plus something Frankenstein fans should appreciate...
Part 2 of the "Penny Dreadful" production blog focusing on "The Artisans" who work on the show has arrived. Check it out, and let us know if you'll be among the lucky few who'll be catching the series premiere at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival.
A couple more photos from the May 11th premiere of "Penny Dreadful" have come in, which give us our first look at Danny Sapani as Sembene along with an up-close peek at Eva Green as Vanessa Ives.
If you're a fan of Goth horror who was as disappointed in NBC's "Dracula" as we were, then check out this new trailer that arrived for Showtime's "Penny Dreadful." Pretty much all we can say is, "Wow!" It looks like some fun and freaky good times are ahead indeed!
With "Penny Dreadful" getting set to premiere at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival in advance of its debut on Showtime, a new production blog has arrived, this time focusing on the team responsible for set decoration and props.
Ready for another quick teaser video for Showtime's upcoming "Penny Dreadful"? Of course you are, and we have for you here "A Place in the Shadows" along with the official premiere date!
Showtime is starting to dole out the goods for its upcoming "Penny Dreadful," and following up on this morning's new teaser and production blog, we now have another still, again featuring stars Josh Hartnett and Eva Green.
Two new videos have arrived for Showtime's upcoming "Penny Dreadful." One is a teaser titled "Not Human," and the other serves as Chapter 3 of the series' Production Blog, detailing the pre-production process.
We don't know about you cats, but we are seriously stoked for Showtime's upcoming genre series, "Penny Dreadful." So much so that we're issuing a warning to the network now... If any characters decide to fake their deaths and become lumberjacks, WE RIOT!
Showtime has released Chapter 2 of its Production Blog for the upcoming "Penny Dreadful," and this time we have creator/executive producer John Logan discussing the series' ties to horror literature like Dracula, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Frankenstein, and The Picture of Dorian Gray.
News on the TV project from John Logan and Sam Mendes, who worked together on Skyfall, came out of Showtime's TCA presentation: The show will be called "Penny Dreadful," and it will begin production in London in the second half of 2013.
Last November we got word that the duo behind Skyfall, co-writer John Logan and director Sam Mendes, were working on something for TV, and now that the project has found a home at Showtime, we have a few more details.
While the new James Bond film, Skyfall, is doing boffo box office overseas, its co-writer John Logan and director Sam Mendes are already teaming up again for a TV project dealing with vampire hunters that features an assortment of fictional literary characters.
As Elaine mentioned in her list of "Summer Reading to Chill Your Bones", Justin Cronin's The Passage is turning into THE book to read this summer so no doubt Fox 2000 will be fast-tracking its screen adaptation, on which Cronin recently provided a small update.