It's always nice to kick off a news week on a high note, and that's exactly the case here as we're happy to announce that production has officially begun on Joe Lynch's sophomore feature film, The Knights of Badassdom.
Finally an official synopsis for Joe Lynch's next film, Knights of Badassdom has hit online and with the killer context coupled with a killer cast, we could all be in for a real treat!
Director Joe Lynch is hard at work prepping his latest film, Knights of Badassdom, for public consumption, but that doesn't mean he isn't taking a moment every now and again to share some images from all the upcoming craziness.
And the names just keep on coming for Joe Lynch's upcoming horror/comedy/thriller Knights of Badassdom, and when we think badass chick, this latest addition more than fits the bill!
While we anxiously await the 12th and final official promo poster for Season Three of HBO's "True Blood", here's a little something to make the waiting suck a little less: Nine new character posters for the show!
More casting news has come in regarding Joe Lynch's next feature film, Knights of Badassdom - a very funny and familiar face will be joining the ensuing fight against evil!
It's been a while since last we spoke about Joe Lynch's next feature film effort, Knights of Badassdom, but some unexpected casting news just sneaked its way online so we had to share!
The final "Drop of True Blood" has hit the Net via Minisode #6, which features a tormented Jason Stackhouse dealing with the aftermath of another character's death at the end of Season Two.
The "True Blood" Ultimate Fan Experience, a 50-city, one-night-only event featuring a live simulcast Q&A with creator Alan Ball and a majority of the cast members happened last night, and we've got it available on video along with the extended Season Three trailer.
Another True Blood production teaser video has hit online, this one featuring Ryan Kwanten, aka Jason Stackhouse, Sookie's sexy sibling.
One film that made a splash over at this year's European Film Market was Patrick Hughes' bloody revenge thriller Red Hill. So the question beckons ... when will we see it here?
And the powers-that-be behind HBO's popular series True Blood still aren't done filling out the character roster for Season Three. Today another new female was added, one named Crystal Norris, who shares an "electric connection" with Jason Stackhouse (Ryan Kwanten).
Last night the Paley Center hosted a panel entitled "Inside the Writers Room: True Blood", and representing the HBO series were creator/executive producer Alan Ball along with writer's assistant Elisabeth Finch, script coordinator Kate Barnow, co-executive producer Brian Buckner, co-executive producer Nancy Oliver, supervising producer Alexander Woo, and producer Raelle Tucker. Read on for a few choice tidbits of what was said and some hints of what fans can expect during Season 3.
Say it isn't so -- There are only three more episodes of "True Blood" left. This week's installment, entitled New World in My View, looks to amp things up a notch in anticipation of the season's conclusion on September 13th. And to get you amped up for it, HBO has provided a sneak peek.