This summer, Tom Cruise will return as Ethan Hunt for a seventh time in Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One.
Cruise is filming the latest Mission: Impossible near the Call The Midwife studio.
Producer Brad Winderbaum, director Bryan Andrews, writer A.C. Bradley and star Jeffrey Wright talk new Marvel animated series “What If?”
In a promising fall season with shows like Pitch, This Is Us, and The Good Place, all of which had strong pilots and even stronger second episodes, it’s easy to forget that not all shows begin so perfectly. In fact, even critically acclaimed shows like Parks and Recreation have had rocky first episodes and sometimes entire first seasons.
Created, written by and starring Community’s Donald Glover, Atlanta is a semi-autobiographical comedy-drama about two cousins as the attempt to find their big break in rap music. The eight-part Doctor Who spin-off written by young adult author Patrick Ness follows the sixth former’s of Coal Hill Academy. The show features a cast of fresh new talent as well as Mr Selfridge’s Katherine Kelly.
ABC likely agrees with me, it seems, because they’ve recently ordered to series a new legal drama, called Conviction, which stars Hayley Atwell as a lawyer working on cold cases and examining potential miscarriages of justice. Hayes Morrison, a lawyer and former first-daughter, is blackmailed into heading the new Conviction Integrity Unit in New York City, which was created to reexamine cases where there is credible suspicion of wrongful conviction. Obviously, at its core it remains a procedural, but I think that framing it in terms of miscarriages of justice has the potential to this show present the formula in a new light.
Tonight is the UK premiere of the second season of Marvel’s acclaimed Agent Carter TV series, following Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter from the first Captain America movie. Hayley Atwell is brilliant (although the “Crikey O'Reilly” line is awful, she delivers everything else more or less perfectly) and some fairly interesting plot lines have been set up.