Presented by Citi. Stars and co-creator of Adult Swim's Rick and Morty (Dan Harmon, Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, and Spencer Grammer) gather with moderator Michael Schneider at PaleyFest NY 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: "dramatic improvements" to the creative process in the COVID-19 lockdown; Chalke's views on the Beth/Space Beth clone storyline and what it means for the story; the show's impressive 70-episode pickup; finding new sides to Jerry, including his increased bond with Rick; avoiding "Flanderization"; the gradual development of Summer and Rick's complex sibling relationship; favorite moments, including an appearance by Werner Herzog as an alien; the viral popularity of "snake jazz"; cryptic hints about seasons five and six; and the strangely addictive challenge of breaking stories and overthinking their outlandish details. Watch Rick and Morty Sundays on Adult Swim or Stream seasons 1-3 on HBO Max now. All of Season 4 will be available on HBO Max Nov 1.
The acclaimed filmmaker explores an unusual booming business in his new film "Family Romance LLC." He also tells us he knew "Parasite" would "be so big."
“It was like one of the weirdest and best things that ever happened with Werner,” Deborah Chow says.
Anyone still on the fence over whether they're more excited about The Mandalorian than they are about The Rise of Skywalker has probably just had their minds made up.
The first trailer for the Disney+ series "The Mandalorian" premiered at D23 and "Star Wars" fans are thrilled.
Jon Favreau and friends presented the first footage from upcoming live action series "The Mandalorian" at Star Wars Celebration.
“The Mandalorian” cast has taken shape. The upcoming live-action “Star Wars” streaming series has revealed that the cast now includes Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Carl Weathers, Omid Abtahi, and Werner Herzog. They join previously announced cast members Pedro Pascal, Nick Nolte, and Gina Carano. As with all things “Star Wars,” the exact nature of each actor’s […]
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Michael Shannon just earned his second Oscar nomination for his turn as a cop with a somewhat lax attitude toward vigilante vengeance in last fall’s Nocturnal Animals. It was yet another in a long line of menacingly intense performances from the 42-year-old actor, and he’ll again assume a similar role as the villain of this April’s Salt and Fire from legendary director Werner Herzog. In the clip, Shannon’s CEO Matt Riley takes Veronica Ferres’ ecologist Laura to an abandoned train graveyard in the middle of the South American desert.
Director Werner Herzog recently said in an interview, “There are some films I can see so clearly that it’s as if I’m watching it in a theater."
Want to compose tweets with your mind alone? It’s going to be possible — and sooner than you’d think. A new film by renowned documentarian Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Rescue Dawn) explores our quickly evolving interconnected lives. Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World premieres Monday at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. And the new trailer (above) offers more hints at what’s in store, including the idea that artificial intelligence could already be spontaneously evolving on the Internet undetected.