FX Network has partnered up with the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas, for a special closing-night program that will feature the world premiere of the pilot for the upcoming drama The Strain and an unaired episode of the limited series Fargo, and EW has some of the amazing Mondo posters that will be shown at Saturday’s event. READ FULL STORY
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Ryan Murphy’s upcoming HBO movie The Normal Heart has its first official poster, featuring a shattered glass heart.
Glee and American Horror Story showrunner Murphy adapted The Normal Heart from Larry Kramer’s play of the same name, which follows the HIV/AIDS crisis in New York during the 1980s. The film stars Mark Ruffalo, Taylor Kitsch, Julia Roberts, Matt Bomer, and Jim Parsons.
The Normal Heart premieres on HBO May 25 at 9 p.m.
Yes, friends, that’s Larry David.
And, yes, that’s Jon Hamm as Time magazine’s Person of the Year.
The pieces of this strange puzzle come together in David’s upcoming HBO film Clear History. (That’s the official poster above, being premiered exclusively on EW.com.)
In the movie, which debuts Aug. 10, David plays an executive who loses out on extreme wealth after prematurely walking away from what would become a billion dollar stake in the company for which he once worked. Years later, with nothing to show for his life — not even hair — David’s character sets out to get even with the man who DID get rich (Hamm).
Tomorrow morning, come back to InsideTV for a look at some exclusive character posters from the flick, featuring Kate Hudson, Michael Keaton, and more.
Shhh. Can you hear that? It’s the winds of change… and they’re blowing blank pieces of paper all over the Desert of Discontent, or wherever ACN’s News Night team has gathered for The Newsroom season 2’s promotional campaign. (Thought we were done with tumbleweeds and moody stares after that second Newsroom trailer? Think again!)
These nine new posters — which feature each of the show’s regulars, as well as a group shot — come on the heels of a Newsroom event at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in which series creator Aaron Sorkin teased a few more specific details about his drama’s sophomore outing. (Spoilers, naturally, follow.)
With each season of Breaking Bad comes a new poster featuring Walter White (Bryan Cranston). Every new expression of the show and our devolving antihero has managed to become more sinister than the last, culminating in season 4’s “extremely volatile” evil stare and season 5’s demand to “all hail the king.”
AMC just revealed the new poster for the highly anticipated final eight episodes, which start up on AMC on Aug. 11. It’s the most foreboding yet, and Walt is nowhere to be found. READ FULL STORY
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