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Olivia Colman Is a Frightening Appalachian Woman in
Them That Follow
These snake-handling Pentecostals seem fun.
Season Two Is a Comedic Achievement
“Ultimately, we’re not asking the audience to show sympathy for these guys.”
Jesse David Fox
Season 2 Trailer: Who Tried to Kill Danny McBride?
America’s public-education system is crumbling.
Walton Goggins to Play a Self-Absorbed Movie Star in Showtime Comedy […]
Vice Principals star Walton Goggins has a new comedy series lined up at Showtime. According to Deadline, Goggins is set to star in a new comedy […]
Walton Goggins to Lead New Showtime Dark Comedy
Emmy bait is the new Oscar bait.
Walton Goggins Has a Horrifying Story About Losing His Teeth
Who is out here whipping baseballs at kids’ mouths? Simpler times.
The Problem With HBO’s
Is this the right time to laugh at two white men trying to destroy a black woman?
Walton Goggins on 25 Years of Playing ‘That Guy’
Until he found a crazy fan in Quentin Tarantino.
Stacey Wilson Hunt
Walton Goggins Replaces Joe Manganiello in
It’s a tough-guy shuffle!
Walton Goggins on How Tarantino Is a Words Oasis
“You can’t stay in the mind-set of
I can’t believe this is happening to me
for too long.”
Walton Goggins on the Emotional End of
“I couldn’t hold it together that last day.”
Walton Goggins and Shea Whigham Join Danny McBride’s HBO Comedy ‘Vice […]
Last May, HBO ordered 18 episodes of a new comedy from Danny McBride and Jody Hill called Vice Principals, and today the network revealed two […]
Casts Its Hateful 8
Some cows are going to get punched.
Kim Coates Breaks Down That ‘Sweet’ Kiss on Last Night’s
Sons of Anarchy
“It was a really sweet day all around.”
Enlists Walton Goggins
Do you play a violent criminal on a drama? Come visit
Walton Goggins on Playing Bad-Guy Roles
“I would never have gotten the jobs I did without the advent of cable television, which brought back the kinds of raw, authentic leading actors you had in the seventies.”
Mary Kaye Schilling
The Three Ways That
Went From Good to Great in Its Second Season
Mags: Now that’s a nemesis!