Ok we're going to ask it anyway, is 'Tyrant' the next BIG THING?
Ok, so we're not going to bore you with Homeland references for this entire article, but there's a new show. It's called 'Tyrant.' It's a bit like Homeland. It's on FX and stars Adam Rayner as Dr Barry Al Fayeed, a family man who travels from California to the Middle East for the wedding of his nephew. As wedding's go, it's not a particularly enjoyable one, given he must confront his dictator father whom he left behind 20 years ago.
Can Tyrant emerge as one of the better shows of 2014?
The pilot episode airs on FX tonight though the critics have already had their say.
Twilight star Taylor Lautner will mark his departure from the fantasy series in new parkour action thriller, 'Tracers', set for release in 2014.
Taylor Lautner is currently filming scenes for an action-packed new movie that could see the actor climb even further up the acting ladder. Due for release in 2014, Tracers will chart a NYC bike messenger Cam's journey into the world of parkour after he is wanted by a crime gang that he is indebted to.
Known for his role as topless werewolf in the Twilight franchise, Lautner is well placed to play such a physically demanding role having been a martial arts pro since a young age and earning the prestigious black belt at aged eight.
The title, Tracers, is derived from the slang term used to describe those who engage in the practice of Parkour - a non-competitive discipline that sees tracers moving through their environment, using only their body and the obstacles they come across. Cue incredible footage of tracers scaling buildings by leaping between parallel walls and death-defying leaps from obstacles.
Wrong. If Steel Trap was actually about surviving different floors of horrific traps and surprises, it might have made for a decent Saturday night guilty pleasure. There are no steel traps, though. Not one.
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The teaser promises plenty of scares when 'IT' hits theatres later this year.
The late singer's funeral took place, among a small gathering of close family and friends, on Wednesday in London.