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Exclusive: Billy Bob Thornton, Nina Arianda, Jena Malone, Tania Raymonde & Brandon Scott Talk ‘Goliath’ [Video]
Billy Bob Thornton, Nina Arianda, Jena Malone, Tania Raymonde, and Brandon Scott are sad to say goodbye to Amazon’s Goliath.
Exclusive: All-Star Cast Talks Beautiful New Love Stories Featured in ‘Modern Love’ Season 2 [Video]
Your favorite love stories from the famous “Modern Love” column in the New York Times, turned to an Amazon original hit series is back for another season of intricate, beautiful, and passionate story telling.
In the small town of Carp Texas, Panic is a ruthless game the local graduating seniors participate in for the chance to win a life-changing grand prize of $50,000.
Exclusive: Lauren London Updates On Her Next Moves Including Upcoming Amazon Action-Thriller ‘Without Remorse’ [Video]
Lauren London (ATL) debuts in her first action film beside Michael B. Jordan in Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse. The action-thriller premieres on Amazon Prime Video on April 30, 2021. Along with Jordan, The Knockturnal checked in with London on the upcoming release and what’s next in her career.
Exclusive Interview: Michael B. Jordan Shares Excitement on Starring as Tom Clancy Operative in ‘Without Remorse’
Michael B. Jordan stars in upcoming action-thriller Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse as a Navy SEAL caught in conspiracy. The film is adapted from the renowned novel of Tom Clancy, a dream come true for a fan of the author like Jordan. Ahead of its Amazon Prime Video premiere, MBJ chatted with The Knockturnal to tell us more.
On Monday, March 22nd Amazon Prime Video held a virtual premiere for Robert Kirkman’s newest animated series Invincible, starring Steven Yeun, J.K. Simmons, Sandra Oh, and many other big names in Hollywood.
Invincible tells the story of Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun), a seemingly average teenage boy, who is the son of the most powerful superhero in the world Omni-Man (J.K. Simmons). Since Mark’s mom Deborah (Sandra Oh) is a human, he gets to live a somewhat normal life. Or at least he does up until he starts developing his own powers right at the start of the series and decides he wants to fight bad guys just like his dad does.
This series is based on a comic book series by the same name from Skybound Comics. The first Invincible comic was released in 2003 and had a fifteen-year run, before concluding in 2018. Over the years, Invincible appeared in 144 issues and many spinoff series. He has become a beloved superhero by comic book fans around the globe.
The Invincible series is already being recognized for its impressive voice cast, which includes Seth Rogen, Gillian Jacobs, Zazie Beetz, Jason Mantzoukas, Mahershala Ali and so many more stars. The series is also being applauded for the diversity within this cast. Robert Kirkman, who created the Invincible comic series alongside Cory Walker and Ryan Ottley, serves as the creator of the animated series. This is not the first time one of Kirman’s comic book series has been adapted for television. Back in 2010, his comic book series The Walking Dead was turned into the wildly successful television series of the same name.
Amazon announced in 2018, that the first season will consist of eight episodes. The first three episodes will debut on Friday, March 26th and the rest of the episodes will air weekly on Amazon Prime Video.
Academy Award nominee Sophie Okonedo is back on the small screen once again. While some may hold in recent memory her character in Ratched, she’s taken on something completely new in this series, Flack, which will be streaming soon on Amazon Prime Video.
Exclusive: Sheyi Cole Talks Landing the Lead Role in ‘Alex Wheatle’ From Steve McQueen’s ‘Small Axe’ Series [Video]
Sheyi Cole was still in his first year of drama school when he saw the casting call for Small Axe.
Small Axe is Steve McQueen’s new anthology series streaming on Amazon Prime. The series follows five stories of the West Indian experience in London over different decades. Even though auditioning for professional roles while still in school was “frowned upon”, Cole knew this was a once in a lifetime chance to get himself in front of Steve McQueen. Luckily for him, this was a risk that paid off.
Sheyi Cole beat out hundreds of other young men for the role of Alex Wheatle in the movie of the same name. Alex Wheatle is the fourth film in the Small Axe series, and it details the author’s life growing up in London’s foster care system before moving to a youth hostel in Brixton where he developed his crucial rocker sound. After being arrested during the Brixton riots, Wheatle met a Rastafarian, Simeon, who helped him change his path and influence him into the person he is today. Cole sat down with The Knockturnal to talk about how he felt when he learned he got the role and what it means to him to be a part of Small Axe.
Steve McQueen does it again, but this time through SMALL AXE, a collection of five films. Amazon Prime presented a drive-thru experience this past weekend in Los Angeles, which fully immersed the guests into these powerful stories.