SEVEN KINGS MUST DIE
STREAM DATE AND FIRST PICS
After five super popular seasons and nearly a decade on the small screens, The Last Kingdom series is ending with a spin off movie SEVEN KINGS MUST DIE which will land on Netflix April 14th with a battle for the crown that ensues following the death of King Edward as rival heirs and invaders compete for power. Today you can check out the first images from it.
SEVEN KINGS MUST DIE
continues the story of “The Last Kingdom,” with Alexander Dreymon returning to the role of lord Uhtred of Bebbanburg. Uhtred must ride once more across a fractured kingdom with several of the series’ much-loved returning characters (Mark Rowley, Arnas Fedaravicius, return as Finan and Sihtric), as they battle alongside, and against, new allies and enemies. Following the death of King Edward, a battle for the crown ensues, as rival heirs and invaders compete for power. And when an alliance comes seeking Uhtred’s help in their plans, Uhtred faces a choice between those he cares for most, and the dream of forming a united England!
PERRY MASON SERIES
SEASON TWO TRAILER IS OUT!
|The series returns this March at HBO|
it looks pretty good, just hope they go easy on the mexican subject otherwise they'll have a fiasco like in "Penny Dreadful: City of Angels", and I wish they could find a prettier latina to play Mason's love interest. That Lupe Gibbs is so ..fugly!ReplyDelete
She sure is, but then again Matthew has gone fugly too, looks like he works as a drag queen at night in this trailer image above LOLDelete
Anything with king or loyal tires me..PERRY MASON seems okay, but we don't have HBO.ReplyDelete
Really? It attracts me, on the other hand, like a magnet lOL I will buy any book or any film with KING, EMPIRE, IMPERIAL in the title.Delete
Looks like I can finally start catching back up on The Last Kingdom. I'll have to start all over again as it seems like I've already forgotten what happened in the first two seasons that I watched so many years ago.ReplyDelete
It has always been the same / he saves them / they betray him / he saves them again / lots of people die / we drool over Sitrick and Finan.Delete
Ah, so nothing changed from the first two seasons then.Delete
It is like that till the end, he even wants to forgive that cunt Brida in the final episode even though she killed half of his daughter's village and cut off his young son's balls. In the end his daughter, who knows he will try to forgive Brida, comes and shoots the bitch with an arrow. He just never learns.Delete
I'm a bit of a sucker for stories with a historical theme (there are exceptions, I'm not so struck on the work of the lady writer who thinks the public at large don't know Ann Boleyn had a sister). The late Raymond Burr will always be Perry Mason to me (says she showing that she's an old trout) but of course he isn't here these days.ReplyDelete
Is that the one that died recently? I did not like The Other Boleyn Sister movie, atrocious casting, minus Eric Bana who is always brilliant.Delete
Not the late Hilary Mantel. I was thinking of Philippa Gregory whose work(s) isn't/are not my cuppa.Delete
I always mix those two up, I think I have a book on Catherine of Aragon from Gregory, but I am not sure if it is hers. My publisher does Mantel in my country, but sadly they never gave her to me for translation, I usually get fat three part sagas and such stuff.Delete