In case you missed the news, Outsiders, “NCIS: Los Angeles” star Eric Christian Olsen has a new TV show and it’s related to “Chicago Fire.”. Olsen, who plays Marty Deeks on the CBS crime drama, is executive producer for “Rescue: MIA.” The show is set to air on CBS, so how can it be connected with one of NBC’s “One Chicago” franchise shows?
Despite having taken part in all kinds of multi-genre adventures over the years, The Muppets never truly embraced the world of horror until this year's Disney+ special Muppets Haunted Mansion, the ingenius combination of Jim Henson's fun-loving creations and one of Disneyland's most iconic attractions. Considering how excellent the special is, one can only hope that the characters aren't too far away from making fright-filled projects. So it seemed only fitting when CinemaBlend spoke to Walking Dead superfan and MHM co-star Yvette Nicole Brown and Gonzo the Great for me to ask about the latter's chances of survival during a zombie apocalypse.
James Gunn has revealed his original plans for a scrapped ending to The Suicide Squad – an ending in which Ratcatcher 2, played by Daniela Melchior, dies at the hands of Amanda Waller (Viola Davis). "At the very end of the movie, Ratcatcher 2 had taken the information about [Project...
“Law & Order: SVU” celebrated its 500th episode with a towering Manhattan-themed black-and-blue cake, plus a table full of cupcakes. According to a picture tweeted by star Mariska Hargitay, the NBC drama rung in its 500thepisode with a massive dose of sugar. Hargitay shared the picture on Monday. Five Hundredth...
© Provided by CinemaBlend james spader as red the blacklist season 9 premiere. The Blacklist is returning for Season 9 with some big changes from what fans were used to from the first eight seasons, not the least of which will be the absence of Megan Boone following Liz Keen’s death. A two-year time jump will find the surviving characters in some new positions, and now a new actress is on the way after a role on the first season of Law & Order: Organized Crime. Blacklist fans, prepare to say hello to Diany Rodriguez, whose character definitely doesn’t sound like Liz 2.0.
Halloween Kills boasts plenty of familiar faces including, of course, Jamie Lee Curtis and that infamous Michael Myers mask. Cinemagoers aren't likely to have spotted Breaking Bad star Bob Odenkirk in the cast, though – but he did actually have a very small cameo. Picking up right where the 2018...
Chicago Fire is just days away from hitting its 200th episode, and it has remarkably managed to hold on to almost all of the original cast from Season 1 all the way to Season 10 while still adding new characters. That said, even though the series premiere aired nearly ten years and 200 episodes ago, some of those cast members still have vivid memories of shooting that very first episode. According to them, it was downright brutal, and not because it delivered the first death of the series with Darden. It was the heat!
Actress Katey Sagal is recovering after a recent car accident and hospitalization. The Sons of Anarchy star had been crossing a street in Los Angeles when the driver of a Tesla making a left turn didn't see Sagal and struck her with the vehicle. Per TMZ, the driver stopped to help Sagal while emergency services were dispatched. The actress was transported to a local hospital and treated for her injuries.
DC FanDome kicked off with a stunning first look at Dwayne Johnson's "Black Adam," including the first few minutes of footage from the film itself. CinemaBlend's DC experts Sean O'Connell and Law Sharma of course had to discuss everything we saw from behind-the-scenes and from the film itself, including the new costumes, Black Adam's powers, and what this first look unveiled about his origin story.
The latest installment of the Halloween franchise captures Michael Myers' next killing spree in harrowing detail. James Jude Courtney once again reprises his role as the ruthless murderer, while Jamie Lee Curtis continues to portray Laurie Strode. What about the rest of the cast? Are the rumors anything to go by — does Bob Odenkirk appear in Halloween Kills?
Blink and you'll miss it, but Bob Odenkirk has a cameo in the new slasher sequel Halloween Kills. Now playing in theaters and on Peacock, the second installment of Blumhouse's planned Halloween trilogy picks up right from where the 2018 movie left off. As a way of acknowledging the past, director David Gordon Green also brought back several actors from the 1978 movie to reprise their roles.
DC FanDome showed off a sneak peek of Andy Muschietti's "The Flash" movie (starring Ezra Miller, Michael Keaton, Sasha Calle and Ben Affleck). In this video CinemaBlend's Hannah Saulic and Sean O'Connell analyze the teaser and theorize where Ben Affleck's Batman is, and if we got a tease of reverse-flash.
Over 25 years after Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Ryan Phillippe starred in the teen horror mystery I Know What You Did Last Summer, it’s coming back for a new show from Amazon Prime. The binge-able series brings the story into the modern era as a group of childhood friends become the center of an incident that haunts them a year later. But there are some changes to the stories this time around, as well as a wild connection to Sam Raimi's Evil Dead.
After far too long a wait, we’re getting ready for James Gunn’s third Guardians of the Galaxy movie to go in front of cameras. For Dave Bautista and Zoe Saldana, this will mean long hours in makeup chairs to get themselves ready each day, but it will also, apparently, mean serious grooming for Chris Pratt’s beard.
The David Gordon Green-directed Halloween films have featured cameos, callbacks, and Easter eggs to various entries from across the franchise, but the director recently revealed that one of the most unexpected cameos in Halloween Kills comes in the form of Better Call Saul star Bob Odenkirk. Green recently recalled then, when attempting to find a yearbook photo of one of Michael Myers' victims from the 1978 film, he came across a yearbook photo of Odenkirk that he thought resembled original actor John Michael Graham, with rights issues seeing Green use Odenkirk's photo instead of the actual actor. Halloween Kills is in theaters and streaming on Peacock now.