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Our gallery was updated with screen captures of the latest Fargo video released. Also, Entertainment Weekly has published on their site the pictures available on the latest issue and you can now find it in our gallery as well.



After releasing some new pictures (in the latest EW issue) and nine small clips, FX finally released the full trailer for next Fargo season.

The story follows Patrick Wilson as Lou Solverson, the part played by Keith Carradine in season one, as a freshly returned Vietnam veteran in 1979. It has venues in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Luverne, Minnesota with a potential “botched robbery” and a Watergate name drop. Plus Ronald Reagan shows up on the 1980 campaign trail – and he’s played by Bruce Campbell. The new cycle of Fargo is set to debut in October – just before the weather turns colder across the nation.


The current issue of Entertainment Weekly (already on stands) has the first look of Fargo with two new pictures of Kirsten as Peggy Blumquist. You can check digital HQ scans added in our gallery now:


A full trailer for new “Fargo” trailer has been released, with around 17 little scene cuts for us to wildly theorize around plot, the characters and their deceptions.

The story picks up on Lou Solverson (the father of Molly Solverson, star detective from Season 1), when he’s 33-years-old, back from Vietnam and working on the police force, with the story taking place in Sioux Falls, S.D.; Luverne, Minn. and, of course, Fargo, N.D.

Dunst is Peggy Blomquist, “a small town beautician with big city dreams who is trying to figure out who she really is and what she really wants as she struggles with traditional societal expectations.”

Fargo returns to FX in September.


Entertainment Weekly has published today a first look of Kiki at Fargo season 2. On the clip, “Curl Up & Dye,” Kirsten Dunst’s beautician character Peggy Blomquistis is introduced, and you can watch it below:

Fargo returns this fall.


Our gallery was updated with promos, posters and screencaptures (this thanks to my friend Ann) of 2010 short film The Second Bakery Attack, directed by Carlos Cuarón.

The short follows the story of a newlywed couple’s post-marriage blues and stars Kirsten Dunst and Brian Geraghty (who was featured on Dunst’s Mike Eizenger-scored short, “Bastard,” staring Juno Temple). Enjoy the new additions!


The Hollywood Reporter – Los Angeles fashion designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy, founders of the Rodarte label, are turning their attention to filmmaking.

The sisters are set to make their feature directorial debut with Woodshock, starring longtime friend Kirsten Dunst. Plot details are being kept under tight wraps, but the storyline is described as an original concept derived from a screenplay written by the duo that’s been in development for several years.

Ken Kao’s Waypoint Entertainment, which will be in Cannes this year with Gus Van Sant’s The Sea of Trees, is financing and producing Woodshock alongside Ben LeClair and Michael Costigan of Cota Films.

In a big show of confidence, A24 — known for turning out hip and edgy fare, including current box office hit Ex Machina — has preemptively scooped up theatrical U.S. rights to Woodshock. WME Global brokered the deal.


I have added one scan of Total Film magazine, which had on its July issue a Sci-Fi special preview, including Midnight Special on it. Also, the newest issue of Sci-Fi Now brings four pages dedicated to Jumanji for its 20 years release.


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