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Television / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on July 14, 2020, 03:12:43 AM »
Snowpiercer Star Says Things Get a "Lot Weirder" in Season 2
The first season of Snowpiercer had its season finale earlier this week and brought with it some major reveals, which included the appearance of a second train and actor Sean Bean making his presence known. While fans do know that a second season of the series is on the way, the coronavirus pandemic having shut down productions of nearly all movies and TV shows means we have no idea when that season could head into production, let alone when it could debut. Whenever we might get the continued adventures of the sci-fi series, star Sheila Vand promises that those season finale teases mean things will get even more bizarre in the next season.

"I'm trying to balance exactly what I'm allowed to reveal, because it's always so sticky with these things. But there is this whole other train, so another world kind of clashes with ours," Vand revealed to "What I can say is that there's another society of people operating a lot differently than the train from Season One. And what I think I can say is that it gets a lot weirder, that the people on the other train have not necessarily had the resources that we've had to survive, and so what they've gone through is a lot bleaker and it's led to some creepier and stranger things. And I'm into that because I like when the show leans more into the genre side of things. I think people can expect to see a bit more of that, a bit more of the sci-fi element of things, in Season Two."

Snowpiercer's finale sets up what could be a much better second season
This whole time, we've been led to believe that this train carries all that's left of humanity. The arrival of a second train called Big Alice changes things on an existential level, and then there's another big reveal to grapple with too.

Contrary to what Melanie revealed earlier this season, Mr Wilford is alive, and he's the driving force behind Big Alice. It took seven years for him to catch up with Snowpiercer, and this only happened now because the Great Ark train gradually lost speed with each revolution.

While the man who started this whole thing doesn't appear in the finale, it's now been confirmed that Sean Bean will bring the enigmatic billionaire to life in season two. And his arrival is perhaps the biggest change this show has faced yet.
On the one hand, he and Big Alice represent hope, bringing Snowpiercer the vital resources it needs to replenish supplies and repair the train itself. However, Wilford also brings a refined form of chaos, especially for some of our biggest players. Not only will he likely seek revenge against Melanie, but his established greed for power will also play havoc with Layton's fragile democracy.

Showrunner Graeme Manson discusses the genesis of the game-changing twists and how the show might eventually return to filming.
I would figure you don't hire Sean Bean just to do a couple of voiceover clips and leave it at that, right?

I did not … who? [Laughs] Yeah.

Television / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by bratty1973 on July 13, 2020, 08:07:03 PM »
Oh Geez I can't wait. its too long of a wait summer 2021 wtf  :(
Photo Shack / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by lasue on July 13, 2020, 01:58:30 PM »
HOT !! HOT!! HOT !! THANK YOU Patch !!
Marty's Sports Grill / Re: Sheffield United
« Last post by patch on July 13, 2020, 04:29:52 AM »
"Is football corrupt?" - Sheffield United fans react after Manchester City win UEFA ban appeal
Manchester City had their two season European ban from UEFA overturned this morning
Manchester City have had their two season ban from competing in either of UEFA’s club competitions overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

City were originally handed the suspension in February following breaches of UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Rules. However, after the club appealed the suspension, CAS have this morning ruled that punishment as too much, with Pep Guardiola’s side now able to compete in next season’s Champions League.

For Sheffield United, that puts a dent in their hopes for qualifying for either the Champions League or the Europa League. Had City been banned from competing in Europe next season, seventh place would have been enough for Europa League qualification and a top five finish would have taken Chris Wilder’s side into the Europa League places.

Today’s verdict means that the Premier League’s top four will qualify for the Champions League, with fifth and sixth qualifying for the Europa League.

However, seventh could be enough for a Europa League finish if either Chelsea, Manchester United or Manchester City win the FA Cup next month.

Blades fans have been reacting to today’s news on Twitter and whilst some supporters have questioned the decision, others are still hopeful of qualifying for Europe.

Random Shots / Re: Legacy of War
« Last post by patch on July 13, 2020, 04:06:00 AM »
Bean Alert / Re: Legacy of War
« Last post by patch on July 13, 2020, 01:51:51 AM »
Legacy of War    Today 09:30   BBC RADIO 4

Episode 6

Episode 6

Random Shots / Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on July 13, 2020, 12:03:47 AM »
Snowpiercer Season 2 Teaser Trailer Snowpiercer 2x01 Promo (HD)


If Season One left you speechless, then Season Two & Sean Bean will blow. your. mind. Check out this preview for the next season of #Snowpiercer!

The Train
If you thought season 1 of #snowpiercer kept you at the edge of your seat, you haven’t seen anything yet. Mr Wilford is coming your way in season 2 🚊
Television / Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on July 13, 2020, 12:02:58 AM »
Snowpiercer Season 2 Teaser Video Reveals Sean Bean as [Spoiler]
The following contains spoilers from the Snowpiercer Season 1 finale.

In one of the greatest plot twists ever, Sean Bean — whose TV and film characters have a knack for getting whacked — has been cast as someone who is already dead.

The Game of Thrones alum can be heard and seen in the above Season 2 teaser for TNT’s Snowpiercer, which wrapped its freshman run on Sunday night. As strongly hinted at the close of the post-apocalyptic drama’s Season 1 finale, the titular train’s enigmatic creator, Mr. Wilford, is in fact alive, having cheated death at the time of departure seven years ago by finding refuge aboard Big Alice, a prototype train he had also developed.

'Snowpiercer' Episode 10: Show reveals Mr Wilford is actually alive, fans say 'winter is coming'

SEASON 2: SNOWPIERCER Teases Next Season With Sean Bean as [Spoiler]

I’m back and I’ve come to take what’s mine — Mr Wilford.
Mr. Wilford is alive. When Snowpiercer returns with season 2 we discover the train’s creator Mr. Wilford (Sean Bean) did not die when the train left the station in Chicago without him seven years ago. He took  refuge aboard his prototype of Snowpiercer called Big Alice,
In the season one finale, Big Alice attached herself to Snowpiercer and brought both trains to a halt. Now Wilford plans to reclaim from Melanie Cavill (Jennifer Connelly) what is his.

The Train
 If you thought season 1 of #snowpiercer kept you at the edge of your seat, you haven’t seen anything yet. Mr Wilford is coming your way in season 2 🚊

Photo Shack / Re: Get the Picture?
« Last post by patch on July 13, 2020, 12:00:56 AM »
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