Along with a roomful of journalists, Daily Dead participated in the Preacher press conference at this summer's Comic-Con in San Diego, and we have highlights from the event that will be of interest to fans of the series, including comments from executive producer Seth Rogen and co-stars Ruth Negga, Joseph Gilgun, and Dominic Cooper.
As they do every year, Scream Factory made this summer's Comic-Con one to remember by announcing a bunch of horror Blu-rays to look forward to throughout the upcoming year, and if you weren't in attendance for their "Inside Look" panel, you can now watch it online right here on Daily Dead, including a sneak peek at an entertaining Ty Burrell interview for the Dawn of the Dead remake Collector's Edition Blu-ray.
I never thought I'd see the day when we got a sequel to Blade Runner, let alone a VR and immersive experience at Comic-Con. For those of you who attended the pop culture celebration in San Diego and are obsessed with Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi masterpiece—and I know there are many of you—I hope you didn't miss out on the chance to step into the world of Blade Runner in Alcon Entertainment and Johnnie Walker's special event to promote the upcoming release of Warner Bros.' Blade Runner 2049. And, in case you couldn't make it to the event, I have impressions and 50 photos from the experience.
Following the explosive and emotional season 10 finale of Doctor Who, there was plenty to talk about with the cast and crew of the BBC America series at Comic-Con, and in addition to speaking with Peter Capaldi and Pearl Mackie, Daily Dead was honored to take part in roundtable interviews with showrunner Steven Moffat, writer (and co-star) Mark Gatiss, and co-stars Michelle Gomez and Matt Lucas.
This year marked the end of The Strain's annual visits to Comic-Con, as the series is currently in its fourth and final season on FX. The cast and crew gathered in San Diego to discuss what's to come in the final episodes, and if you couldn't make it to Comic-Con this summer, you can watch the panel online now.
Following the explosive and emotional season 10 finale of Doctor Who, there was plenty to talk about with the cast and crew of the BBC America series at Comic-Con, and Daily Dead was honored to take part in interview roundtables with Pearl Mackie (Bill) and Peter Capaldi, who reflected on his tenure as the Twelfth Time Lord, which is coming to an end in the upcoming Christmas special.
Set to premiere this fall is SYFY’s new paranormal-themed series, Ghost Wars, which boasts an incredible ensemble that includes Vincent D’Onofrio, Kim Coates, Meat Loaf, Avan Jogia, and Kandyse McClure. While in San Diego last weekend at Comic-Con, Daily Dead spoke briefly with two of Ghost Wars’ co-stars, and veteran actors, Vincent D’Onofrio and Meat Loaf. The duo discussed the big appeal of joining the cast of Ghost Wars, and Meat Loaf also reminisced about his time collaborating with Dario Argento for his episode of Masters of Horror, entitled "Pelts."
When Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency returns with new episodes this fall on BBC America, we'll see the return of familiar faces as well as plenty of new characters looking to either align themselves with or hunt down Dirk (Samuel Barnett) and Todd (Elijah Wood). At San Diego Comic-Con, Daily Dead had the opportunity to take part in roundtable interviews with returning cast members Barnett, Wood, Hannah Marks, and Jade Eshete, as well as new additions Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine, to discuss what's to come in season 2.
After watching the end of its first season, fans of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency know that the show is going to be quite a different experience in season 2, and at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, Daily Dead took part in roundtable interviews to look ahead at the future of the series and also reflect on season 1 with co-stars Fiona Dourif and Mpho Koaho, as well as executive producers Robert Cooper and Max Landis.
Coming to SYFY this fall is Ghost Wars, a new paranormal-themed series which features an incredible cast including Vincent D’Onofrio, Kim Coates, Meat Loaf, Avan Jogia, and Kandyse McClure. While in San Diego last weekend at Comic-Con, Daily Dead briefly spoke with Ghost Wars creator and executive producer, Simon Barry, and he discussed the challenges of creating a unique supernatural story for television, working with his ensemble, and he teased the new series’ unusual spin on ghosts and defying fans’ expectations of those kinds of entities in their entertainment.
Brianna Hildebrand (Deadpool) and John Cho (Star Trek Beyond) are the latest additions to the world of The Exorcist TV series, joining several returning actors in a new season that will take Father Marcus (Ben Daniels) and Father Tomas (Alfonso Herrera) from the streets of Chicago to a foster home off the West Coast. While at Comic-Con in San Diego, Daily Dead took part in interview roundtables with The Exorcist cast and executive producers Jeremy Slater and Sean Crouch, who shared what fans can expect in the second season that premieres on Friday, September 29th on FOX.
Set to premiere this fall (hopefully in time for the Halloween season) is SYFY's new paranormal-themed series Ghost Wars, which boasts an incredible ensemble that includes Vincent D’Onofrio, Kim Coates, Meat Loaf, Avan Jogia, and Kandyse McClure. While in San Diego last weekend at Comic-Con, Daily Dead briefly spoke with Ghost Wars executive producer Dennis Heaton during a press event for the show, and he chatted about creating a supernatural series that can stand out amongst its peers, his experiences working with SYFY, putting together the cast of Ghost Wars, and more.
Set to premiere on Sunday, September 10th on FOX is The Orville, an hour-long sci-fi dramedy created by Seth MacFarlane (who also co-stars) and featuring a talented ensemble including Adrianne Palicki, Scott Grimes, Penny Johnson Jerald, Chad L. Coleman, J. Lee, Mark Jackson, and more. During the 2017 Comic-Con, Daily Dead briefly chatted with the trio of executive producers behind The Orville—Brannon Braga, Jason Clark, and David A. Goodman—and they discussed the balance of humor and heart in the new series, collaborating with MacFarlane, and more.
If you’ve ever watched a single episode of any one of Seth MacFarlane’s animated shows, from Family Guy to American Dad to the now-defunct Cleveland Show, it should come as no surprise that his appreciation for pop culture—and particularly, sci-fi entertainment—runs deep, which makes his newest network TV endeavor The Orville something of a dream come true for the multi-hyphenate MacFarlane, who is ready to venture into new territories this fall.
In the violent world of The Strain, no survivor lives completely unscarred, either mentally or physically. Offering a humorous look into these emotional wounds (and following up on last year's unforgettable "Vamps Boom" Comic-Con music video), the characters of The Strain gather for a therapy session led by showrunner Carlton Cuse that you can watch right now: