Tag Archive

Tag Archives for " Watchmen "

Why HBO Greenlit ‘House of the Dragon’ But Passed on the Other ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel; ‘Watchmen’ Season 2 Probably Won’t Happen Without Damon Lindelof

It’ll be at least another year before we return to Westeros. During today’s Television Critics Association winter press tour, HBO’s head of programming, Casey Bloys, said that House of the Dragon, the network’s first big Game of Thrones prequel series, is expected to debut sometime in 2022. Bloys explained why he gave a series order […]

Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About ‘Westworld’ Season 3

It’s been 16 months since “Westworld’s” second season ended, and while Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy’s sophomore effort received more mixed reviews than their freshman debut, no one can deny just how highly-anticipated its upcoming third season is ahead of its March 15 debut. Especially in the wake of a “Game of Thrones” conclusion and […]

Continue reading

HBO Dominates the TV DGA Nominations, Sweeping the Drama Category — Analysis

After delaying the announcement of the group’s final three TV categories due to voting issues, the Directors Guild of America (DGA) released its last batch of nominations on Friday, with just four networks splitting the 15 eligible slots in dramatic, comedy, and variety/talk/news/sports special.Overall, it was HBO that came out ahead in the DGA Award […]

Continue reading

Directors Guild of America Announces 2019 TV Award Nominations

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Watchmen,” and “Game of Thrones” lead the Directors Guild of America nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television Dramatic Series; Comedy Series; and Variety/Talk/News/Sports – Specials for 2019. Winners will be announced at the 72nd Annual DGA Awards on Saturday, January 25, at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.The nominees […]

Continue reading

‘Parasite’, ‘Fleabag’ & More Win Big in Rotten Tomatoes’ Golden Tomato Awards

The 21st Golden Tomato Awards winners have been announced, and the people behind 2019 standouts like Parasite, Avengers: Endgame, Fleabag, Watchmen, and more can add one more trophy to their mantles. Read on for a full list of Rotten Tomatoes’ best-reviewed movies and TV shows of 2019, with prizes handed out to Chernobyl, Toy Story […]

Continue reading

NAACP Image Award Nominations Honor ‘Watchmen,’ ‘Us,’ and More

The 51st Annual NAACP Image Award nominations were announced today, honoring the “outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in the arts, as well as those individuals or groups who promote social justice through their creative endeavors.” The ceremony will air February 22 on Bet, hosted by Anthony Anderson, a nominee himself for black-ish. […]

Continue reading

‘Watchmen’ Star Tim Blake Nelson on Wearing That Mask and Working With Regina King [Interview]

Watchmen showed audiences another side of actor Tim Blake Nelson. As Wade Tillman (a.k.a. Looking Glass), Nelson is more imposing than ever before. The reserved cop, to put it mildly, doesn’t need to beat anybody to a pulp to prove or illustrate his immense strength. Look no further than the interrogation scene to see a […]

Continue reading

Superhero Bits: ‘Celebrating Marvel’s Stan Lee’ Clip, Why Nite Owl Didn’t Make It Into HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ & More

Want to see a clip from the upcoming ABC special Celebrating Marvel’s Stan Lee? Why wasn’t Nite Owl in the first season of Watchmen? Which critics group awarded Joker the honor of Best Picture? What was a certain action sequence cut from Justice League? Did Sebastian Stan really put on enough muscle that his Winter […]

Continue reading

‘Watchmen’: How the Finale Explains Every Damon Lindelof Love Story

There is a moment roughly two-thirds of the way through the finale of Damon Lindelof and company’s “Watchmen” that I finally understood love. That is, perhaps, an overstatement, but not much of one. Put more accurately, I finally understood love stories as they exist within Lindelof’s worlds, where they often serve as a foundational element. […]

Continue reading
1 2 3 7