The Watchmen are coming to HBO in 2019.
While we don’t know for sure which characters any of them are playing, the first cast members of HBO’s upcoming Watchmen pilot have been revealed. And they’re pretty fantastic.
Watchmen is heading to television—but in a way you might not expect, according to producer and writer Damon Lindelof. In a new letter to fans, the creator channels some of the series’ most beloved moments to explain what’s in store when it eventually makes its way to HBO.
Damon Lindelof and his team are moving right along with their adaptation of the iconic Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons comic Watchmen for HBO. While the network hasn’t announced any cast members yet, it’s already hired a director to helm the pilot.
Tuesday afternoon, writer and producer Damon Lindelof posted the above image on his Instagram. The caption read “Day One.” And if you know comics, the connection is obvious. Lindelof has begun work on the Watchmen TV series.
It’s only been a few weeks since the excellent series finale of Damon Lindelof’s The Leftovers left us all reeling and wondering what he’d be working on next. According to a new report, the showrunner is staying with HBO, where he’s developing a new live action Watchmen series.
The ending of Lost was almost much bigger than what audiences saw. Nothing was that different. The characters and island were always going to be what they ended up being. But, one big addition would have changed things significantly: a volcano.
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.
Season two of HBO’s The Leftovers ended almost exactly a year ago by bringing karaoke king Kevin Garvey (Justin Theroux) back to life—and making it seem like Jarden, Texas was going to be his permanent home, sweet, home. But the first tidbits from the show’s third and final season suggest that might not be true.
As The Walking Dead wraps up its sixth season, its shows no signs of stopping. The zombie apocalypse drama continues to be one of the most popular shows on television, and there are always new characters and settings to keep the story evolving. Even so, you have to wonder: How much longer can it go?
Star Trek Into Darkness had plenty of unfortunate flaws, but if there’s one thing that it’s still mocked for, it’s how the production team approached keeping the identity of Benedict Cumberbatch’s villain away from moviegoers. Two years after the film came out, they’re finally starting to admit that was a mistake.
Lots of movies have a wonderful first half, followed by a blah second half. Setup is often easier than follow-through. But Tomorrowland, out today, might become the clearest example of this syndrome. And the reason Tomorrowland falls apart halfway through is because it sinks into Baby Boomer angst. Spoilers ahead...
Back when Lost was nothing but an outline for the most expensive pilot to date, the writers were struggling to come up with more story ideas. Including stuff like: "Shannon trades sexual favors for sunscreen, which has rapidly become the most prized commodity on the island." That's just one of the revelations from a…
There's simply nothing to dislike in the first full trailer for Damon Lindelof's new Rapture drama The Leftovers. The show is about 2% of the world's population simply disappearing one day, and how the survivors deal with this inexplicable loss. Spoiler: They don't handle it very well.
We are very, very excited about this series about everyone left behind after the Rapture. Please do not fail us, Damon Lindelof.
Here it is, the very first look at Damon Lindelof's TV adaptation of after-the-Rapture book The Leftovers. So far, so good.
If you take a peek inside an early series guide to the TV series Lost, it's immediately clear that there are some major differences between that early production piece and the show itself. That's because the document served as a not entirely honest pitch to sell ABC executives on the series.
Oh man, we are loving the retro feel of these set photos from Brad Bird's Tomorrowland. Every single extra, prop and set piece looks like it stepped right out of the classic Disney reels. We are loving this!
Everybody loves blowing up major cities in widescreen action movies. Wholesale municipal destruction looks great in 3-D and even better in IMAX, and every movie needs those "trailer moments" regardless of story or plot. But are are nine questions we wish film-makers would ask before destroying another city.
Damon Lindelof is so tired of your summer disaster porn flicks, unless they have a ripped albino in them.