Everyone loves Boba Fett. He’s the coolest looking bounty hunter in the galaxy. Paramount among his fans, however, seems to be Star Wars creators who continually put the bounty hunter on the periphery of seemingly ever major Star Wars story there is.
Back when Good Omens first came out, Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman had plans for a sequel—one that never came to pass, just like the planned movie adaptation of the novel. But now ideas from the sequel are being given new life in Amazon and the BBC’s TV miniseries remake, in the form of Jon Hamm.
Yesterday, we brought you more details on From a Certain Point of View, a new 40th Anniversary Star Wars anthology tale gathering short stories set in and around the events of A New Hope. The audiobook just had its cast announced, and includes a surprising star: Jon Hamm as the legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett.
How much does Cable creator Robert Liefeld want Jon Hamm to play the time-traveling, gun-toting pouch enthusiast? So much so that when Hamm won his Golden Globe last night, Liefeld tweeted this photoshop of Hamm as the prodigal son of Jean Grey and Cyclops:
We’ve loved the UK anthology show Black Mirror, and we’re excited to see more episodes coming in the near future to Netflix. While we wait, the Christmas episode has appeared on Netflix streaming, and it’s a creepy one.
Sure, we all know Jon Hamm as the star of Mad Men, but the guy has crazy range. He’s done a lot of comedy, some family stuff and even a little scifi—his episode of Black Mirror is one of the series’ best. And now he’ll return to that genre in an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-finalist play Marjorie Prime.
Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker's brilliant techno-dystopian anthology series, has both three-episode seasons available to stream on Netflix. If you haven't watched it yet, it's a worthwhile but disturbing holiday binge. And now there's a new addition to the unsettling show: A 90-minute holiday special called "White…
The idea of Black Mirror, the twisted British dystopian series, having a Christmas special might seem odd. But while White Christmas does give us a dark near future that's not all tinsel and lights, its trio of tales is really all about a truly Christmassy message of compassion and empathy. Spoilers ahead...
Charlie Brooker's creepy British dystopian series Black Mirror is back this month for a one off feature-length Christmas Special. Nothing says Christmas like sinister Jon Hamm and a real life version of Social Media's blocking functions, right?
Charlie Brooker's fantastic dystopic anthology series Black Mirror is returning to Channel 4 later this December for a Christmas special - and it's got one hell of a cast.
Last night at the 65th annual Emmy Awards, there were plenty of nice, safe, beautiful gowns… But the red carpet also saw a few ugly dresses and ill-conceived ensembles. Let's just jump right in, shall we?
The premise for Sucker Punch might be a bit muddled, but the imagery grabs your face by the ears! This latest banner is no exception, Zack Snyder's army of ladies is almost dancing through this surreal war-torn world.
You've all seen the super shiny long-haired Nic Cage-as-Superman supposed test shot. Now we've, umm, uncovered some other "pictures" from Cage's lesser-known Superman projects. Plus, your chance to vote on whether the original image was Photoshopped or not!
Oh yes, that is Mad Men's Jon Hamm asking our government for a billion bucks because his previous "trying to kill Superman" project hasn't gone as well as he'd hoped.
At the premiere for Day the Earth Stood Still, we nabbed cast member Jon Hamm and asked what his Mad Men character Don Draper would do to stop angry alien Klaatu.
The delay-plagued The Day The Earth Stood Still remake gained a shot of credibility with the casting of Jon Hamm, fresh from his Golden Globe nod for Mad Men. The movie, also starring Keanu Reeves (playing the alien Klaatu) and Jennifer Connelly, started principal photography Dec. 12. [Reuters] A new Jericho pic, plus…