For anyone who missed it, AMC released an official trailer for their upcoming new series NOS4A2 this past weekend. The supernatural horror series is based on Locke & Key and Horns writer Joe Hill‘s novel of the same name.
The series tells the story of an immortal who feeds on the souls of children and then sends whatever is left of them to a place where it’s Christmas every single day, and the young woman with a gift who poses a threat to him.
Click on over to the other side for an official synopsis for NOS4A2 and to give the trailer a watch.
As we found out in November of last year, a Breaking Bad movie from the creator of the TV series Vince Gilligan is on the way, and it will followAaron Paul‘s character Jesse Pinkman and his quest for freedom.
At the time it wasn’t clear if the movie would air on AMC, or if it would be released in theaters or elsewhere. Now we have an answer to that question. It’s being reported that the movie will air not only on AMC, but on Netflix as well.
All reports of The Walking Dead‘s demise have been greatly overstated. By 9:15am on Saturday (over an hour before doors opened to the general public), the parking lot of the New Jersey Convention and Expo Center was jam packed and lines were forming outside for this year’s Walker Stalker Con. When the doors opened at 10:30am, it was as if the zombies had broken through the gates! Fans of the AMC television series, which is currently in its ninth season, packed the convention hall to meet their favorite stars, get autographs, take photos, and sit for Q&A panels.
Though Breaking Bad as a televised series is officially over, Jesse Pinkman’s (Aaron Paul) ending was pretty ambiguous. That being said, it opened the door for fans to theorize if he would create a new life in Alaska, pick up Brock, or just stay on the run. So for those who are looking for some sort of closure may actually get it with the newly announced movie.
A new report says the Breaking Bad movie will center on Jesse Pinkman and his “quest for freedom.” More on the report, below.