Be sure to pick up the August 2014 issue of Empire magazine: Guardians Of The Galaxy is the star! There are two covers available; one features the “guardians” while the other has three villains from the upcoming Marvel film. You can find Lee Pace (as Ronan The Accuser), Djimon Hounsou (Korath The Pursuer), and Karen Gillan (Nebula) all on the “baddies” cover, which is pictured above. You can also see the alternative cover at ScreenCrush.
Way back on May 22nd, Lee Pace was in Los Angeles to attend the “Halt And Catch Fire” premiere. He stars in this new AMC drama, playing the visionary Joe MacMillan who will do anything to have his voice heard in the computing boom of the early ’80s. His co-stars were in attendance at the event as well, including Scoot McNairy (Gordon Clark), Mackenzie Davis (Cameron Howe), Kerry Bishé (Donna Clark), and Toby Huss (John Bosworth).
“Halt And Catch Fire” is currently airing on AMC. You can catch new episodes every Sunday at 10/9c.
Check out these new – and quite beautiful! – posters for Marvel’s upcoming film, Guardians Of The Galaxy. Sadly, Lee Pace as Ronan The Accuser is not featured on any of them. Instead, we get individual artwork for Peter Quill/Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax The Destroyer (Dave Bautista), and both Rocket Raccoon and Groot paired together (voiced by Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel, respectively). There’s also a power poster featuring the main Guardian cast.
Multiple episode stills from AMC’s “Halt And Catch Fire” have been added to the gallery! You can now find stills from the first four episodes, including the three that have already aired: “I/O,” “FUD,” “High Plains Hardware,” and the upcoming episode, “Close to the Metal.” Lee Pace, of course, is featured in all the stills. For those keeping up with the show: what do you think of it so far? Thoughts on Joe MacMillan?
For a limited time only (until June 1st), you can watch the first episode of “Halt And Catch Fire” on AMC’s official site. As a special treat, the network has debuted the episode ahead of its June 1st premiere date on the channel. I’m unable to directly embed the video, so you’ll have to click the above photo of Lee Pace to reach AMC’s site.
If you’re impatient like me, definitely check it out — and report back to LPO with your thoughts! How do you feel about Joe MacMillan so far? Will you be tuning in for episode two and beyond? I have to say, I absolutely love Cameron so far and can’t wait to see where the series goes after the ending on this first episode.
The second (and highly-anticipated) trailer for Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy was finally released on Monday. At 2.5 minutes, we get a great look at the upcoming sci-fi flick, including further insights on the main characters: we even get to hear Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper) and Groot (Vin Diesel). Most exciting for fans of Lee Pace is the true debut of his character, Ronan The Accuser. Although we don’t get to see much of him, we get better visuals on his costume and overall look in the film — which is to say, pretty awesome. Hopefully we’ll get film stills featuring Ronan soon.
I’ve added four more episode stills from “Halt And Catch Fire” to the gallery, all featuring Lee Pace as Joe MacMillan. These are from AMC’s official site from the series, and I do believe they all come from the first/pilot episode. Co-stars Scoot McNairy (Gordon Clark), Mackenzie Davis (Cameron Howe), and Toby Huss (John Bosworth) are featured in the stills as well. Enjoy!
AMC has released the first trailer for their new series, “Halt And Catch Fire.” Our first look at the upcoming drama is only 30 seconds long, so it’s essentially just a tease of things to come, but there’s plenty of Lee Pace footage for those interested. Excited yet? “Halt And Catch Fire” premieres Sunday, June 1st at 10/9c on AMC. Check out an official synopsis below:
“Halt and Catch Fire” is set roughly one year after IBM all but corners the market with the release of its first major product: the IBM PC. In this fictional drama, a former IBM executive, Joe MacMillan plans to reverse engineer the flagship product of his former employer and forces his current company, Cardiff Electric, into the personal computer race. MacMillan enlists the help of Gordon Clark, a once great engineer who dreams of creating a revolutionary product while trying to manage his initially unsupportive wife Donna, and Cameron Howe, a volatile prodigy who puts her future in jeopardy to join MacMillan;s rogue PC project. “Halt and Catch Fire” thrives on the spirit of innovation and explores what it’s like to stand at the forefront of something world-changing and work towards it, no matter the risk.
I’ve added the first four episode stills available for “Halt And Catch Fire” which feature Lee Pace. Presumably, these are all from the pilot episode, which will air June 1st on AMC. My apologies for the delay in getting these uploaded to the gallery. The images are all HQ, so hopefully you’ll find some enjoyment out of them.