HAP AND LEONARD is turning heads across the web! If you’re not caught up, you can watch the premiere online now at sundance.tv. (No login required). The season’s third episode airs this Wednesday at 10/9c on SundanceTV. Meanwhile, Salon, The A.V. Club and others examine the series’ unique historical and artistic qualities while Indiewire and Playboy sit down with the series’ stars.
Nick Damici’s Sherlock Holmes script is now ready for your own interpretation.
A pair of kids out hunting scare each other with ghost stories before stumbling upon an actual horror: the mutilated corpse of the policeman Angel killed behind some trash cans. The boys run off, screaming.
Hold up: You’ve never seen “Croupier,” “Sexy Beast,” “Snatch,” or our other picks for the best British capers? That’s criminal!
On “Hap and Leonard,” Michael Kenneth Williams portrays the latest in a string of movie and TV characters offering up positive representations of black, gay characters. Here are some of our other favorites.
Pollyanna McIntosh on becoming Angel: “I lifted and did an hour of cardio daily, and I ate more carbs than I dreamed possible.”
“What drew me most to this character was his state of mind.”
HAP AND LEONARD’s first season has begun! If you missed the premiere last Wednesday, you can watch it online now at sundance.tv. Before you tune in for the next episode, see what the critics are saying.
In 1968 Texas, a pair of wounded bank robbers tear down a highway in a car full of cash, police cars in hot pursuit. The getaway driver steers off the road and manages to shake the cops, but accidentally plunges the car into a river. One of the robbers manages to escape the sinking vehicle before succumbing to his injuries and passing out as cops close in.
Two-time Academy Award nominee (The Elephant Man, Midnight Express) and THE LAST PANTHERS star John Hurt discusses what sparked his interest in the show, the importance of the political landscape it portrays, and what it was like to work with Samantha Morton for the first time.
THE LAST PANTHERS star Samantha Morton reflects why she wanted the part, and the rigorous military training she underwent for the role.
The former star of “Mad Men” discusses her new (very different roles) in SundanceTV’s new series “Hap and Leonard.”
Fans of James Purefoy, Michael Kenneth Williams, and Christina Hendricks: Set your calendars for Wednesday, March 2 at 10PM ET/PT.
James Purefoy discusses what drew him to the character of Hap Collins.
Here’s your chance to win a two-book HAP AND LEONARD prize-pack. Find out how to enter.
First and foremost, there’s Bob Odenkirk and Jonathan Banks in “Better Call Saul.”
From MTV’s “Undressed” to AMC’s “Mad Men.”
Michael Kenneth Williams shares what it’s like to trade in Brooklyn style for East Texas swagger.
From Walt strangling Krazy-8 with to the final shootout the season finale, a lot of people went down but whose demise found you shedding the most tears?
Because he’s so much more than Omar on “The Wire.” (Although that was pretty amazing.)
Remember when he played a serial killer on “The Following” and Marc Antony in “Rome”?
What has the cast of “Mad Men” been up to lately? Christina Hendricks’ role in HAP AND LEONARD is just the tip of the iceberg.
Talent in Season 1B includes Ice Cube (“Straight Outta Compton”), Quentin Tarantino (“Hateful Eight”) and Jennifer Lawrence (“Joy”).
“Friendship and loyalty are everything, but they always get into trouble because of it.”
The Hollywood Reporter’s editors talk to documentary world stars Michael Moore, Alex Gibney, Amy Berg, Liz Garbus, Kirby Dick and Chai Vasarhelyi.