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Television / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on January 21, 2021, 07:31:35 AM »
Snowpiercer full release schedule – each episode’s Netflix release date
It’s been less than a year since the first season of Snowpiercer aired, but the post-apocalyptic sci-fi series is already returning to Netflix for its second run – with none other than Sean Bean joining the cast.

As with the first season, the 10 episodes will not all be arriving at once – so unlike most shows on the streamer, it won’t be possible to binge the entire season all in one go, at least not until all the episodes have dropped.

Read below for the full schedule and when to expect new episodes.


Today, Thursday 1/21, we’re releasing a brand new beer in cans!
Snowpiercer is a White Ale brewed with Orange Peel, Coriander and Chamomile.
This beer was brewed in partnership with @snowpiercertv, starring Jennifer Connelly, @daveeddiggs and @sean_bean_official!
For each 4 pack sold, you get to take home a branded Snowpiercer glass (while supplies last)! So come to both locations (our Brewery & Taproom in Long Island City, or our Barrel Room in Brooklyn), starting today, to grab some!

For those who can’t wait until Monday, there will be a screening of episode 1 today! #snowpiercertv

Photo Shack / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on January 21, 2021, 05:53:48 AM »
Random Shots / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on January 21, 2021, 03:15:28 AM »
"Snowpiercer, your great leader has returned. Join me in this great odyssey as I take back the world that was stolen from me and reclaim what has always been mine..."
— Mr. Wilford


You’re all caught up, but this is only the beginning. Brace yourself for the chilling Season 2 premiere of #Snowpiercer starring Jennifer Connelly, Sean Bean, and Daveed Diggs—Monday 9/8c on TNT.

Television / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on January 20, 2021, 01:13:54 PM »
Star Sean Bean Boards The "Snowpiercer" Train For Season 2
"The wardrobe is fantastic — so much so, I’ve asked whether I can keep it when we finish filming."  — Star Sean Bean, on the Snowpiercer wardrobe for his character, Mr. Wilford
Television / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on January 19, 2021, 03:23:29 AM »
Hey Snowpiercer fans! On Friday Alison did an interview which gave a sneak peek! It’s unavailable internationally so I recorded it... I apologize for any random mouse movements, and I turned off captioning because it was laggy and wrong

Snowpiercer Season 2 Interview with Alison Wright and Sneak Peek

Garfield Wilson rides the rails in second season of Snowpiercer
Garfield Wilson has been sworn to secrecy.

He isn’t allowed to divulge anything about the second season of Snowpiercer, the small-screen adaptation of director Bong Joon-Ho’s 2013 post-apocalyptic thriller set aboard a perpetual motion train rolling through a sub-zero world.

But the Vancouver-based actor will admit to being excited about a couple of things. The first is that he is returning in his role as Jackboot Kaffey.

 The second is that he got to meet Sean Bean, who turns up in season two playing the mysterious reclusive billionaire and, possibly, genius inventor Mr. Wilford.

“I’m a big fan of his work dating back to before Lord of the Rings, because he brings so much heat to every scene that he is in,” said Wilson. “I can’t say anything more about that, save that season two is going to be a real trip, as this storyline for this show is so complex and it just gets more so this time around. When I first booked the role, I had no idea how this cool, modern day apocalyptic Noah’s Ark was going to expand on the initial Chris Evans’ film to become such a global phenomenon.”

A part of the paramilitary security force on the class-stratified train, Wilson’s character is facing new demands to his role in the on board society as it faces all manner of internecine plots and twists.

‘Snowpiercer’ Renewed For Season 3 By TNT Ahead Of Season 2 Debut
TNT has ordered a third season of Snowpiercer ahead of the Jan. 25 premiere of sci-fi thriller’s second season.

The renewal cements Snowpiercer‘s status as TNT’s only remaining ongoing original scripted series, with Animal Kingdom and Claws coming to an end.

The first season of Snowpiercer launched in May with 3.3 million Live+Same Day total viewers across TNT and TBS to rank as the #1 new cable drama series of 2020. The series, which logged TNT’s most watched premiere since The Alienist in 2018,  has reached 32 million viewers to date across TNT’s linear and digital platforms. Season one is now available to stream on HBO Max.

At the end of Snowpiercer season one, the survivors of the revolution are trying to pick up the pieces and maintain a fragile peace amongst the now merged classes with Layton (Daveed Diggs) emerging as the train’s leader. Discovering Mr. Wilford (Sean Bean) is alive and headed their way on a rival train, Melanie (Jennifer Connelly) risks going outside to prevent him from invading Snowpiercer. While she’s out there, it’s revealed that Alexandra (Rowan Blanchard), Melanie’s daughter, who she thought had died, is alive and has become Wilford’s dedicated protegee. In season two, an entirely new power struggle emerges, causing a dangerous rift as people are divided between their loyalty to Layton and to Mr. Wilford, who has a new train, new technology and a game plan that keeps everyone guessing. While Layton battles Wilford for the soul of Snowpiercer, Melanie leads the charge on a shocking new discovery that could change the fate of humanity.

'Snowpiercer' - Meet the new boss

Mr. Wilford has arrived to re-take his rightful place as the head of “Snowpiercer,” and the tentative peace aboard the 994-car supertrain will soon be history.

Indeed, as the TNT sci-fi actioner opens its second season Monday, Jan. 25, the inhabitants of the titular post-apocalyptic train find they have new neighbors. The 40-car Big Alice that attached itself to the tail of Snowpiercer at the end of Season 1 brings forth their once and future leader (new cast member Sean Bean, “Game of Thrones”) and his protegee, Alexandra Cavill (new cast member Rowan Blanchard, “Girl Meets World”) – engineer Melanie’s (Jennifer Connelly) believed-dead daughter – to deliver their demands.

Their arrival threatens the fragile democracy and merging of the classes aboard Snowpiercer, prompting revolutionary-turned-de-facto-leader Layton (Daveed Diggs) and his foot soldiers to take up arms. Also not thrilled with Wilford’s re-emergence is entertainer Miss Audrey (Lena Hall), who has a tortured past with him. But Ruth from hospitality (Alison Wright) is overjoyed to see her old boss back in charge.

Of course, the big news this season is the casting of Bean, a classically trained British actor whose nearly 40-year career spans stage, film and television. He gleefully plays Wilford as a brilliant eccentric with big appetites and an even bigger capacity for cruelty.

“I wouldn’t really say Wonka-esque,” explains series showrunner Graeme Manson, “but he’s a larger-than-life character and he’s the smartest man in the world. I mean, he was the smartest man in the world before everybody else died. Now there’s only less than 3,000 of them. He’s a formidable character. … Sean just plays him with such relish. He’s pretty delightful and delicious and like all our villains, he’s not completely black or white, either.”

And that element of the character reveals itself in scenes with Hall’s Audrey, who fights a fatal attraction to her former paramour. In playing opposite Bean, Hall admits to having been thrown by the actor’s fiery intensity.

“It’s interesting because he’s very quiet in person when you meet him and he’s very quiet and internal, I guess, on set,” Hall explains. “And then when he acts a scene, when they say, ‘Action,’ he completely changes into whatever character he’s playing. In this case, he’s a monster. Like he transformed while we were acting together and it was so amazing for me to watch that like my reactions are pretty much there. …

“Like my reactions are pretty much in the moment because he would change things up and he would get really intense sometimes and it would scare me, like for real, dude,” she continues with a laugh. “So it was fun. It was always so fun to do these scenes with him. And then when they stop action, he’s back to being really sweet.”

Television / Re: Time
« Last post by patch on January 18, 2021, 07:48:46 AM »
“Time” at Virtual BBC Studios Showcase 2021
Now its 45th year, the event — which normally takes place in Liverpool across five days — is fully digital due to the pandemic. Independent British producers and BBC executives will present a range of new TV projects available to acquire and partner on to the world’s leading content buyers.

Several shows are making their debut at the Showcase. BAFTA-winning writer Jimmy McGovern’s BBC Studios prison drama “Time” stars Sean Bean (“Game Of Thrones”) and Stephen Graham (“Line Of Duty”).

The Showcase takes place Feb. 22-24.

Critics' Corner / Re: Snowpiercer Season 2 Reviews
« Last post by patch on January 18, 2021, 03:24:20 AM »
'Snowpiercer' 2.01 Review: The Time of Two Engines
Who will win in the war of Snowpiercer vs. Big Alice?

Television / Re: Snowpiercer
« Last post by patch on January 18, 2021, 03:13:54 AM »
Hey, @SnowpiercerTV @SnowpiercerFans, if you live in
LA, check out Randy’s Donuts!

'Snowpiercer' Season 2 Spoilers: Meet Mr. Wilford; What Is Melanie Cavill's Next Move?

Snow isn’t the only thing falling this season. It’s also my heart, into my stomach. ❄️
Snowpiercer returns in ONE WEEK!

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