Juan Antonio Bayona
The first bit of casting news has arrived for Juan Antonio Bayona's next film, A Monster Calls, which is being produced by Belen Atienza (The Impossible, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Orphanage), as Felicity Jones is making a deal to star.
With just three weeks to wait until the premiere of "Penny Dreadful" on Showtime, the network has released another production blog (this one focusing on British exploration and the search for the Nile) plus another promo!
In order to entice an actor of Timothy Dalton's stature to the small screen, the role of Sir Malcolm Murray in Showtime's "Penny Dreadful" must be quite juicy indeed. The network has just released a new promo video in which he and co-star Josh Hartnett discuss the character.
Several days ago Showtime released "Penny Dreadful" character posters for Dorian Gray and Brona Croft, portrayed by Reeve Carney and Billie Piper, and now they're back with a new video that reveals a bit more about them both.
On tap right now is your first look at a trio of new "Penny Dreadful" character posters including Victor Frankenstein - a Romantic poet-turned-surgeon fascinated with the mysteries of life and death, Sir Malcolm - a hardened African explorer determined to right the wrongs of his past, and Sembene - Sir Malcolm's sentry and confidant.
River Road Entertainment, Participant Media, Lionsgate International, and Focus Features have announced an October 14, 2016, release date for Juan Antonio Bayona's next film, A Monster Calls, which is being produced by Belen Atienza (The Impossible, Pan’s Labyrinth, The Orphanage).
In case you're still on the fence about Showtime's "Penny Dreadful," the network has released another behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming new series to help tempt you to tune in next month.
Meet two characters who seek pleasure within life's darkness: Dorian Gray and Brona Croft. You can tell from their recently unveiled "Penny Dreadful" posters that both have a taste for the erotic... and don't mind having some blood on their hands.
We have a few more weeks to wait until "Penny Dreadful" debuts on Showtime, and a new production blog has arrived to help fill the time! Author/historian Matthew Sweet takes Reeve Carney (Dorian Gray) on a tour of London to learn about the role of prostitution and sex in the Victorian age.
Eva Green is certainly riding high right now with 300: Rise of an Empire doing boffo box office and "Penny Dreadful" about to debut. Learn more about her "Dreadful" character, Vanessa Ives, along with Josh Hartnett's, Ethan Chandler.
Curious about what Showtime has up its sleeve with the new series "Penny Dreadful"? Then be sure to watch this latest video from the network featuring creator and executive producer John Logan discussing the development process.
Showtime debuted its new "Penny Dreadful" at SXSW this past Sunday night, March 9th, and has released a video of the highlights, which include cast and crew interviews, crowd reactions, a bit of footage from the series, and more.
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.
Although that headline may sound like the beginning of some sort of dirty joke, it's actually the title of the next project from the director of The Orphanage, Juan Antonio Bayona. Read on for details.
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...