We'll be seeing a lot more of these already established characters...
Though 'The Walking Dead' season has wound down following the dramatic conclusion to the show's seventh season a little earlier this year, talk is still rife as to what fans should expect when the series makes its return for the start of season 8 in October.
Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon in 'The Walking Dead'
While we know that there's an 'All Out War' on the way - which means a lot more for comic book readers than it does for those who are fresh to the story arc - those behind 'The Walking Dead' have often changed the narrative to surprise everybody watching.
Continue reading: 'The Walking Dead' Adds Three New Series Regulars For Season 8
Pollyanna McIntosh - UK premiere of Filth held at the Odeon - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Monday 30th September 2013
Pollyanna McIntosh - UK premiere of Filth held at the Odeon - Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 1st January 2000
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Bruce Robertson is a vile, devious and emotionally disturbed individual who also happens to be a Detective Sergeant. Off duty, he lives a life of debauchery; snorting line after line of cocaine and indulging in sordid sexual encounters with numerous women while trying to control his unpredictable bipolar personality. On duty, he does everything within his power to trick, deceive and ruin the lives of his colleagues with whom he competes to achieve a promotion to detective inspector. He does nothing to hide his radical views on race and women as he attempts to solve a grisly murder that seems to have more to it than he initially thought. With the web of lies he weaves throughout his life, will he be able to sort out truths from the untruths in order to maintain his sanity as his deteriorating mental health threatens to cripple him? And will he ever be reunited with the wife he is so desperate to resolve things with?
Adapted from the novel by Irvine Welsh, 'Filth' has been directed and written by Jon S. Baird ('Cass') and sees an intense star-studded cast convert to screen an compelling story of insanity, romance and deceit. This shocking 18-rated crime drama is set to hit UK cinemas in September 2013.
Eight people are called into an examination room by the Invigilator (Salmon) and given simple instructions to get through the last phase of a job interview.
But when the 80-minute clock starts ticking, they realise there's no question on their exam sheet. Trying to work out what to do involves collaborating and competing, and eventually turning on each other. And everyone seems to know something they're not telling the others.
Continue reading: Exam Review
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