Basket of News, November 13, 2015

 Posted by on November 13, 2015 at 7:41 am  Media-Web-News
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Congratulations to Vincent Kartheiser and Alexis Bledel, who are expecting their first child. All the best!

And more happy news. Alanna Masterson (Tara on The Walking Dead), whose pregnancy we previously announced, has given birth.

Here’s John Slattery on his new film, Spotlight, as well as Mad Men (video).

Season 2 trailer for Better Call Saul is here! And here’s an interview with Bob Odenkirk about season 2.

Odenkirk also stars in With Bob and Dave, a new comedy series from Netflix.

Fans of The Walking Dead comic books have been waiting eagerly for the casting of a comic villain named Negan. After numerous rumors, we appear to have an answer! Jeffrey Dean Morgan of The Good Wife, Grey’s Anatomy, and Watchmen has the part. If you’re not averse to comic book spoilers (that may or may not spoil the show), here’s a spoiler-filled write-up on the comic character. 

AMC is exploring ways of marketing and merchandising The Walking Dead, they give use to a toronto seo expert for their online marketing.

Lesli Linka Glatter of Homeland and Mad Men discusses diversity in Hollywood with Variety.

We’ve previously reported that Jon Hamm is appearing on the British comedy The Toast, here’s a longish article about it.

Hell on Wheels is coming to a close, so there’s a prop sale!

Hell on Wheels stars Byron Mann and Tzi Ma talk about Asians in Hollywood (video).

Breaking Bad props join the Smithsonian collection. Breaking Bad stars go visit. dug up a 1997 advertisement that was a tie-in for the then-forthcoming Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies. The ad stars Pierce Brosnan as Bond and co-stars Christina Hendricks.

EW talks Fear the Walking Dead season 2.  Plus, here’s a video interview with Fear the Walking Dead star Frank Dillane. And an interview with showrunner Dave Erickson.


  One Response to “Basket of News, November 13, 2015”

  1. Kiernan Shipka’s tribute to the Bobby Drapers.

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