He’ll kill you, then he’ll read his kids a bedtime story.
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He bores his victims to death.
And he’s probably right.
New York’s most attractive bike messengers take on New York’s most corrupt cops.
If that’s not a mo-cap suit, but rather a costume, then the costume designer ought to be executed where he or she stands.
Michael Shannon has decided that he’s going to ride this wave of playing troubled, intense men until it breaks.
All hail General Zod.
The story is about a screenwriter — trust me, it does get better — who investigates the “suicide” of pop star Bobby Fuller in 1966.
Michael Shannon does not play a very convincing teenager.
Del Toro, Franco, and Shannon have been snagged for the upcoming film The Iceman, the true story of a mafia hitman.
We've seen the teaser and the first trailer for HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," and now there's a new trailer that is by far the most gangsta. The show, created by "The Soprano's" writer Terence Winter and exec produced by Martin Scorsese, who also directed the pilot, looks like "The Soprano's" but with fedoras, speakeasies, and hot lather barbershop shaves. Steve Buscemi is the new Tony Soprano, so we're trading in a weight problem for a dental one, but he appears just as menacing and short-tempered as the wheezing Mafia boss. He plays "the undisputed ruler of Atlantic City and town Treasurer, Enoch “Nucky” Thompson, who is described as “a political fixer and backroom dealer who is equal parts politician and gangster and equally comfortable in either role." Get ready for "Boardwalk Empire" to come at you like gangbusters this fall on HBO. And for God's sake, hide your barrels of bathtub gin. I recommend the bathtub. Check out the new trailer after the jump.