The cast and director of Fox’s The Following, talked at New York Comic Con about the midseason drama, what sets it apart from Dexter, and how star Kevin Bacon was lured from movies to television.
Stars Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy joined executive producers Kevin Williamson and Marcos Siega at Comic-Con International to screen the pilot of Fox’s midseason thriller The Following.
Rome alum James Purefoy will match wits with Kevin Bacon in the Fox pilot from Kevin Williamson about a serial killer who creates his own cult and the retired FBI profiler drawn into his web.
Kevin Williamson (Scream, The Vampire Diaries) has tapped Kevin Bacon to play an FBI agent in his serial-killer drama pilot for Fox.
Robert Knepper, the scene-stealing T-Bag from Fox’s Prison Break, will appear opposite Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges in the adaptation of the Dark Horse miniseries.
The two actors have been added to the rapidly expanding cast of director Robert Schwentke’s supernatural comedy, based on the 2000 Dark Horse miniseries.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue model will play Jeff Bridges’ human avatar in director Robert Schwentke’s supernatural comedy based on the Dark Horse miniseries.
The Weeds star is in negotiations to round out the cast of R.I.P.D., joining Ryan Reynolds, Jeff Bridges and Kevin Bacon in the Universal Pictures adaptation of the Dark Horse miniseries.
The X-Men: First Class star will play the villain opposite Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges in the Robert Schwentke-directed supernatural comedy, based on the 2000 Dark Horse miniseries.
The Matthew Vaughn-directed film got off to a good start, grossing an estimated $3.4 million in midnight showings at the domestic box office — on par with the $3.3 million earned by Thor, which went on to see a $65.7 million opening weekend.
Twentieth Century Fox has released more clips from the Matthew Vaughn-directed film that cast a spotlight on Sebastian Shaw, Emma Frost, Magneto, Azazel, Riptide and Banshee. X-Men: First Class opens on June 3.
Twentieth Century Fox has premiered a U.K. banner and French poster for the Matthew Vaughn-directed film that’s an improvement on anything it’s released previously.