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'Mr. Mercedes' Season 3 Adds Gabriel Ebert, Rarmian Newton as Regulars; Glynn Turman to Recur
Mercedes currently underway Charleston, South Carolina, we're learning that Gabriel Ebert (Ricki and the Flash) and Rarmian Newton (Rise) have joined as series 3 regulars; while Glynn Turman (How To Get Away With Murder) will recur. David E Kelley (Big Little Lies, Ally McBeal) will oversee the writer's room, with Jack Bender (Lost, Under the Dome) returning to direct the[...]
Matt Reeves' Ordinary Joe Gets Put Pilot Commitment from NBC
Written more than ten years ago, Reeves is set to executive produce the story of Joe, who faces a dramatic crossroads: Will he choose love, loyalty, or his artistic passion? It then jumps forward 10 years and follows three different paths Joe's life takes based on each choice he could have made a decade earlier. Gage Skidmore/Wikimedia[...]
Jeff McComsey Talks Z-Men, Rise And Double Take
Jeff writes Z-Men and co-writes Rise with Michael Coast Here he talks about the two series and how he got involved. BLEEDING COOL: How did you get hooked up with Double-Take? JEFF MCCOMSEY: I had been brought in last year to develop a few idea with Double Take and they kept me on when they decided to pursue[...]
Ultimate Night Of The Living Dead – 3 New Comics From Double Take
This June, the will dead rise again as Double Take (2T) launches Ultimate Night of the Living Dead, with three new comics set in the universe of the 1968 film Two series, Rise and Z-Men are written by Jeff McComsey, while the third, Home, is written by Moth Grand Slam Champion, Peter Aquero Digital previews[...]
How To Plan A Heist Movie – With Rowan Athale, Director Of The Rise
When he can be bothered. The Rise, which hits the UK on DVD and Blu-Ray today, is one of the best heist movies of the last decade Sharp, witty and clever, it's also  far more emotionally engaging than the average low-budget Brit-crime-flick Director Rowan Athale, who has just been named a 'Breakthrough Brit' by BAFTA, recently[...]
So How Did Rise Of Arsenal Win That PRISM Award Anyway?
Bleeding Cool was not the only site to express surprise that Justice League Of America: Rise Of Arsenal won a PRISM award for an accurate portrayal of drug use and mental illness. But rather than whinge and whine (okay we did a bit of that), I thought I'd actually ask them "what up?" Larry Deutchman, Exec[...]