Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons stars as a pair of siblings who unearth something monstrous in their tiny Oregon town.
Robert De Niro gets a digital makeover in the first trailer for Martin Scorsese's awards-hopeful "The Irishman."
Jesse Plemons is in talks to co-star with Brie Larson in Charlie Kaufman’s “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” for Netflix, sources tell Variety. Plemons will play Jake, a man going on a road trip to meet his parents on their secluded farm with his girlfriend (Larson), who is thinking of terminating their relationship. When Jake […]
Dunst and her fiancé, Jesse Plemons, attended their first red carpet event since she gave birth to a baby boy when she arrived at the Emmys Monday night.
Major snubs were unleashed Thursday morning as the nominations for this year's Emmy Awards were announced. Here are the biggest shows and performers left out in the cold — and the most unexpected nods too.
Jesse Plemons is setting sail with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in Disney’s “The Jungle Cruise,” sources tell Variety. Plemons will play one of the film’s villains. As previously announced, Edgar Ramirez and Jack Whitehall are also on board. Jaume Collet-Serra is directing the movie based on the classic theme park attraction, which operates in […]
Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons's 'Fargo' co-star, fiancée, and future baby mama, quickly passes by in the background during a scene in 'Black Mirror.'
The actor says a highly polarizing moment on the show was among certain provocative plot points dictated by network execs.
"It was nice to play a creep that has some redeeming qualities," Jesse Plemons told us during a Facebook Live interview about his role in the new action-comedy "Game Night."
Chances are if you’ve dived into Season 4 of “Black Mirror” on Netflix you’ve already seen the episode “USS Callister,” given that it’s first in the given order on the streaming service. It’s a good one to kick off the season, because it’s a nice mix of the standard “Black Mirror” cynicism with a dose of cathartic triumph over the toxicity of nerddom — an example of the tech nightmares the show loves to present as obstacles rather than just a permanent quagmire of sadness. Within that story there’s a couple of Easter eggs in the form of actors making surprise appearances: Kirsten Dunst and Aaron Paul, both of whom have a real life connection to “USS Callister” lead actor Jesse Plemons.
Charlie Brooker's anthology series about the dangers of future technology is back for a fourth season of unnerving tales on Netflix.
Season 5 will feature Tiffany Haddish's debut as a narrator and the return of Evan Rachel Wood, Taran Killam, and more of our favorite lip-syncers.
On October 3, 2006 — ten years ago today — NBC aired the pilot of Friday Night Lights. Despite consistent critical praise, two Emmys, seven nominations, and a Peabody, the beloved series lasted for two seasons before a move to DirecTV’s The 101 Network for the final three.
First look at promo for laughter-and-tear-filled hit Sundance drama arriving in theaters on Sept. 9, and playing the closing night of the LGBT Film Festival OUTFEST in Los Angeles on July 17
We’re halfway through the new season of Fargo, and I’m really surprised this superb edition of the show isn’t more of a hit, more talked-about and discussed. Here are five reasons you ought to be watching, and a preview of tonight’s episode, titled “Rhinoceros.” 1. Fargo has everything you love about good TV. Drama, comedy, action, a pleasingly intricate plot that mixes thriller action scenes and a murder mystery.
Related: Ken Tucker Reviews the New Season of ‘Fargo’ Let’s play detective and examine tonight’s Season 2 premiere to determine what we liked (a lot), what we didn’t like (not very much), and the burning questions we’re looking forward to seeing the rest of the season answer. What We Liked: First off, this season looks great, visually. Yes, Season 2 is technically a prequel, with Molly’s state trooper dad Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) investigating a grisly triple homicide at a local Waffle Hut.
The show is packed with plot, yet creator-writer Noah Hawley is so confident in his storytelling, the show feels leisurely — there’s always time to tuck in a small laugh-line or a neat little character detail. This brings State Trooper Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) and his father-in-law, Sheriff Hank Larrson (Ted Danson) onto the scene.
Joel Edgerton realized the importance of getting the accent right as he made his way into the U.S. from Canada to film the new gangster thriller, Black Mass. “He was from South Boston and he knew that I was doing this movie,” Edgerton, who plays corrupt FBI agent John Connolly, told Yahoo Movies. Black Mass, which tells the story of crime boss James 'Whitey’ Bulger (Johnny Depp), who ruled the streets of South Boston through much of the 1970s and '80s, is an ensemble brimming with excellent performances and spot-on “Southie” accents.
Fans of the Coen brothers’ Oscar-winning 1996 film Fargo were understandably skeptical when FX announced they were turning it into a TV series. But those who did tune in were rewarded with one of last year’s best TV shows, one that honored the original movie while telling a fresh story all its own. And a similar leap of faith may be needed as Fargo moves into Season 2 (debuting Oct. 12): The new season, a prequel set in 1979 and starring Patrick Wilson as a young version of Molly’s dad Lou Solverson, is strikingly different in style, using ‘70s-style, Tarantino-esque split-screens and freeze-frames to tell another tale of small-town murder, but still keeping its pitch-black sense of humor intact. Watch the trailer for Fargo Season 2 right here: “It’s a completely new invention, it’s a completely new story,” showrunner Noah Hawley told reporters Friday during FX’s summer press tour.