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Cory Michael Smith's The Riddler will follow a path adapted from fan-favourite comic series 'Batman: Zero Year'.
This time last week, it looked like 'Gotham' could be cancelled by Fox, without getting a proper ending that the fans deserved. Fortunately, the network came through with an order for a shortened 13-episode-long fifth and final season, which would see Bruce Wayne (David Mazouz) finally complete his journey into becoming the Dark Knight.
Cory Michael Smith plays Edward Nygma aka Riddler in 'Gotham'
Since that point, not much has been revealed about what the show's final episodes would include. We've seen the various villains of Gotham battling for control of the city, in a storyline ripped from the brilliant 'No Man's Land' comic book story arc, and now it looks like showrunners will be returning to the pages of DC's comics to find inspiration for their series' conclusion.
Continue reading: 'Gotham' Season 5 Will Adapt Iconic 'Batman: Zero Year' Comic
The actor delves deeper into his character's "identity issues".
When we left 'Gotham' following the season 3 finale, there were a lot of threads left hanging to be picked up when the series would make its inevitable return for a fourth season. One of those threads was the fate of Edward Nygma, aka the Riddler (Cory Michael Smith), who had been frozen in a black of ice by Mr. Freeze on the orders of Penguin.
Cory Michael Smith (left) as Riddler in 'Gotham' season 3
The angst between the pair grew when Penguin fell in love with Ed, only to be cast aside by his former best friend. Though it looked like Nygma's time was up, we should expect him to be thawed out before too long.
Continue reading: Cory Michael Smith Teases The Riddler's Journey In 'Gotham' Season 4
As in his gorgeous film Far From Heaven and TV series Mildred Pierce, filmmaker Todd Haynes tells a simple story with visual impact and thematic resonance. All three of these projects centre on characters who feel like outsiders in their societies, offering staggeringly complex roles for Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet and now Cate Blanchett. This one is also based on a Patricia Highsmith novel (published originally as The Price of Salt), so it has an added layer of underlying intensity.
The story is set in the run-up to Christmas 1952, as New York department store clerk Therese (Rooney Mara) becomes intrigued by Carol (Blanchett), a glamorous customer who seems unusually attentive. Therese finds a reason to contact her, and the two become friends despite the difference in age and class. Meanwhile, Carol is trying to extricate herself from her marriage to Harge (Kyle Chandler), who is still feeling wounded by Carol's relationship with another woman (Sarah Paulson) and threatens to use her friendship with Therese to deny custody of their young daughter. And Therese also has a nice-guy suitor in Richard (Jake Lacy), who is becoming increasingly suspicious. With all of this pressure on them, Carol and Therese make an impulsive decision to take a road trip together.
The events unfold with delicate precision, as Phyllis Nagy's script smartly allows these woman to circle around each other trying to work out how they feel. There's a gun-in-the-suitcase element that adds a bit of spark, but the real story here plays out between the lines in exquisite performances from Blanchett and Mara, who convey most of their feelings through offhanded glances and subtle gestures. This adds beautifully to the depiction of the period's repressive attitudes without ever being obvious about it, and it also reveals the deep emotions that come with feeling like you don't fit in with what society expects of you.
Continue reading: Carol Review
Therese Belivet is just starting out in life, bored by her simple job in a department store and even more so by her relationship with Richard. She dreams of bigger things; a career as a set designer and experiencing true love. Love has never found its way into Therese's life, that is until she meets a privileged and sophisticated older woman named Carol with whom she immediately bonds. While Carol's life is the opposite of Therese's in that she enjoys luxury on an everyday basis, she is equally dismayed by her love life; trapped in a marriage with a man she does not love, so that she may continue seeing her young daughter. As her relationship with Therese deepens, their attraction for each other becomes clear to everyone else, as well as Carol's intriguing friendship with close companion Abby, and she faces losing everything in her quest to discover herself once and for all.
Continue: Carol Trailer
It's 1952 and 20-something Therese Belivet is struggling to contend with her humdrum life working in a New York department store, repulsed by her relationship with a man named Richard and dreaming of a career in set design. Soon she meets a customer named Carol; an older, refined and supremely elegant woman who she immediately forms a connection with. Carol herself is in a marriage that brings her no joy and is hoping desperately for a divorce, but this only seems to threaten her relationship with her daughter, whom she cannot afford to lose. Meanwhile, Therese is struggling to control her feelings for Carol; torn between admiration, deep sexual attraction and jealousy over Carol's history with her best friend Abby. It's a difficult time for both parties as they attempt to find order in their feelings in a decade not altogether supportive of their closeness.
Continue: Carol - Clips
Upon first arrival at Guantanamo Bay detention camp, Private Amy Cole (Kristen Stewart) is given a set of strict instructions: refer to the people in cells as detainees, not prisoners; do not let the detainees know anything about you or get inside your head; and understand that they are in a war zone. Unfortunately, these rules start to become stronger enforcers of the idea that 'black and white' state of affairs are entirely fabricated. As Cole steadily befriends a man named Ali (Peyman Moaadi) who is kept confined in one of the cells, she begins to realise that outlines of good and bad are totally askew in this weird and alien place.
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The stars of superhero spin-off TV series 'Gotham' arrived at the show's premiere held at the New York Public Library. Among them were Jada Pinkett Smith, who plays Fish Mooney in the series.
Stars from various current and upcoming TV series all arrived at the special FOX Network Upfront presentation held at The Beacon Theater in New York. Among them were 'Gotham' stars Cory Michael Smith and Camren Bicondova.
Cory Michael Smith - Stage Door of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" at the Cort Theater - New York, Ny, United States - Tuesday 9th April 2013
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