Marvel's next foray into TV, Inhumans, has just cast its first star. It's Iwan Rheon, who most people know as the deplorable Ramsay Bolton from Game of Thrones. He's playing Maximus, brother to the king and a major thorn in the side of Black Bolt.
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Video: Nearly a month after HBO unveiled the first eerie teasers for The Leftovers' third and final season, we have the closest thing yet to a trailer for the apocalyptic drama. And if you thought the mass disappearance of season one was bad, get ready for more Biblical-style drama to come.
Riverdale loves nothing more than casting former teen idols as the adults of this show. So far, this show has gifted us with Luke Perry as Archie's dad, Fred. We know that soon his mum will show up, played by Molly Ringwald. And in the latest episode we met Jughead's dad, Skeet Ulrich. These former stars add a layer of meta-irony to the show, but why stop there?
This past weekend, the BBC aired Terry Pratchett: Back in Black, a part-drama, part-documentary tribute to mark the death of one of fantasy's most beloved authors. Typically, these sorts of specials about dead celebrities include "talking head" insight from fellow celebrities, but rarely cover the indelible mark left on seas of ordinary fans. Back in Black does, and it's what makes it stand out as a stunning farewell to Pratchett.
Last month, Archie Comics CCO and Riverdale producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa hinted at the comics publisher's plans to expand its television ventures beyond Riverdale and into a whole Archie empire. Now, those plans just got a bit more official, with the announcement of a new deal between the publisher and Warner Bros.