John Corbett Wants Two More 'Sex & the City' Seasons on HBO & Not Third Film.

by MovieCreedLive on January 9, 2015

John Corbett Wants Two More 'Sex & the City' Seasons on HBO & Not Third Film.

You can probably agree that HBO's 'Sex & the City' TV series had raised millions of eyebrows throughout its long lasting series and it continued to raise eyebrows with two films.

But honestly, the films never touched what a season could and it seems a recent co-star of the series thinks the same thing.

Sarah Jessica Parker may have hinted at another Sex and the City movie, but her former TV love John Corbett wants even more.

"I think there are a lot of stories to tell," Corbett, who played Carrie Bradshaw's furniture designer beau Aiden on the series, told me yesterday while promoting his new thriller The Boy Next Door (in theaters on Jan. 23).

Corbett says SJP should take a page from another beloved HBO series. "There's a lot of story left to tell with those women and if HBO got it together, I'd like ...

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'Better Call Saul' Latest Teaser Revealed.

by MovieCreedLive on December 23, 2014

'Better Call Saul' Latest Teaser Revealed.

To Saul Goodman “MONEY is the point,” Walter White’s future ATTORNEY explains on the AMC throwback series

Saul Goodman is seeking atonement in the new teaser trailer for AMC’s “Better Call Saul.”

Well, that’s not entirely correct: It is actually James M. McGill — what Goodman used to be known as — who makes that declaration in the 30-second snippet for the upcoming “Breaking Bad” prequel. And, also, he doesn’t really care about the humanity aspect of the atonement — he just wants the money and the courtroom “W.”

At one point during the short-yet-footage-filled teaser, Goodman/McGill is dumped in the desert, tied up and gagged with duct tape. That’s a look the lawyer would get used to later in his career.

Also popping up in the short video is star Bob Odenkirk‘s fellow sketch comedian Michael McKean, who clearly is less about the Benjamins than ...

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'Almost Human' Star Michael Ealy Gets Cast as 'The Following' Season 3 Villain.

by MovieCreedLive on November 19, 2014

'Almost Human' Star Michael Ealy Gets Cast as 'The Following' Season 3 Villain.

For the better part of two years of Fox's 'The Following,' ex-FBI agent Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) has pursued serial killer Joe Carroll ( James Purefoy) through a very long line of mind boggling situations, like-minded disciples and also as well as dead bodies.

The two bitter rivals have been locked in a deadly battle of wits, playing a dangerous cat and mouse game. But while Purefory will return to do battle again season 3 when it premieres in early 2015, it seems his days as the lead antagonist may be coming to a halt.

Season 2 of the televised thriller already relegated Joe to the background by choosing to also focus on a new cult led by Lily Gray (Connie Nielsen) and her twin sons Mark and Luke (Sam Underwood). Now that Joe is in jail following the season 2 finale, and his ex-wife Claire (Natalie Zea) and their ...

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'Orange is the New Black' Season 2 Trailer: Don't Mess with Piper.

by MovieCreedLive on April 17, 2014 2 Comments

'Orange is the New Black' Season 2 Trailer: Don't Mess with Piper.

The new trailer for 'Orange is the New Black' is finally online. The new glimpse at season two reacquainted with old friends and introduces some new faces who may not be friends.

When we last saw Piper (Taylor Schilling) she was beating the crap out of Pennsatucky (Taryn Manning). The trailer sees Piper in solitary, you know, the not so great place. "It's starting to feel like home in here," she says touching the bare wall. Oh Piper, how we've missed you.

"I am a lone wolf and a vicious one, don't make me rip your throat out," Piper says. Season two is going to be interesting!

Lorraine Toussaint joins the cast of Orange is the New Black season two and to say things are frosty between her character, Vee, and Kate Mulgrew's Red, is an understatement. "A woman I knew a long time ago came ...

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New Silicon Valley' Trailer: Take the Money of Keep the Company.

by MovieCreedLive on February 24, 2014 0 Comments

New Silicon Valley' Trailer: Take the Money of Keep the Company.

Beavis and Butt-head creator Mike Judge went and took a torch to the hellish landscape of 1990s cubicle gigs with his first live-action film, Office Space, and his upcoming HBO series Silicon Valley takes similar aim at the heart of the tech start-up culture in Northern California.

Loosely based on Judge’s own experiences as an engineer in the 80s, Silicon Valley follows a group of computer programmers played by The Pete Holmes Show regular Thomas Middleditch, Josh Brener (The Internship), Martin Starr (Party Down) and Kumail Nanjiani (Burning Love) as they set out to build a start-up from scratch. A tech millionaire played by T.J. Miller (Search Party) allows the group to live in his house in exchange for a 10% stake in their business.

A previously released teaser trailer gave us the rough sketch of the overall plot, but now full-length trailer codes things out a little ...

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