When the first things you see on a TV show about a preacher in Texas are the words “Outer Space,” you know you’re in for something special. And special is exactly what the first episode of AMC’s Preacher is. The long-awaited live-action adaptation of the 1995 comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon done with…
“This is how you make a bazooka.” If you weren’t already incredibly excited for AMC’s Preacher, this new 30-second sizzle-reel should do the trick. It’s jam-packed with the kind of violence, insanity, and action that’ll hopefully define the show once it airs.
We’re less than a month away from AMC bringing the legendary Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon comic Preacher to the small screen. It’s gonna be a slightly different take than you remember, but this giant collection of new photos should make every fan say a prayer of thanks.
When AMC announced it was making a Preacher TV show, fans were equally elated and worried. The comic series by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon is considered an all-time classic, but everyone thought it was nigh-impossible to adapt. And that’s what the show’s executive producer believed, too.
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For years, fans probably never believed we’d get to see a live-action adaptation of the incredible comic series Preacher. But now, finally, you can watch the first trailer from the show, which will premiere in 2016.
From cosmopolitan billionaire to small-town Texas preacher? It's not generally considered a positive move, but it may be for actor Dominic Cooper. Word is the man who plays Tony Stark's father in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Agent Carter is the top choice to star as Jesse Custer in the Preacher adaptation.
There was really no doubt in our minds that Dominic Cooper would be reprising his role as Howard Stark for the Agent Carter series. But now that we have (some sort of) confirmation we are legit excited.
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