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'True Detective': The Do's and Don'ts of Onscreen Death

Posted 4 hours ago
Credit: indiewire.com
Ray Velcoro died. It's not even that Colin Farrell's character appeared to die in "True Detective" Episode 2; it's that he really did die.

After taking a shotgun blast to the chest, everyone's favorite mustached feminist lay cold and unmoving on the ground as the masked shooter slowly sauntered over him. The suspect — dressed in black and wearing a crow's ...
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True Detective Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: Tomorrow Never Comes

Posted 11 hours ago
Gotcha! If you paused the opening moments of True Detective Season 2 Episode 3, you could probably hear showrunner Nic Pizzolatto celebrating one of the great fake-outs in recent TV history.



Last week, we were led to believe that Detective Ray Velcoro (Colin Farrell) had been murdered - shot dead by a bird-masked assailant who finished the deed with a point-blank coup de grace ...
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True Detective ‘Maybe Tomorrow’ recap: so much brooding, so little police work

Posted 1 day ago
Credit: celebitchy.com
MAJOR SPOILERS for last night’s episode of True Detective, “Maybe Tomorrow”
Well, as it turns out, that thing that sort of happened last week didn’t really happen. I mean, it did happen and we saw the blood spurt out of Velcoro’s gunshot wounds and everything, and then the show opened on his seemingly lifeless body the morning after... and then he woke up. He had ...
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'True Detective' Episode 3: Where Men Are Men

Posted 1 day ago
The show's recurring theme of challenged masculinity steps to the fore in episode three.read more
Related Links: Vince Vaughn, True Detective (2014)
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TRUE DETECTIVE Season 2 Recap: “Maybe Tomorrow”

Posted 1 day ago
Credit: collider.com
The title of True Detective Season 2's third episode is the final line of the episode, uttered by Frank Semyon after his wife asks him to sit down and talk with her. The meaning of that utterance, of course, means much more than just waiting another day to discuss their marital issues or Frank's increasing alienation from her. Over the course of the episode, Frank continues to hunt for rep ...
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Review: 'True Detective' - 'Maybe Tomorrow': Death becomes him

Posted 1 day ago
Credit: hitfix.com
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Maybe Tomorrow," the new episode of "True Detective," starring Colin Farrell, Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch.
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'True Detective' Episode 2 Discussion: It's a Shame About Ray, or Maybe Not

Posted 2 days ago
Whether you believe Colin Farrell's Ray is dead or alive, the consensus after the episode was that almost no one saw it comingread more
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Did Vince Vaughn really refuse to take a photo with a disabled kid?

Posted 3 days ago
Credit: celebitchy.com
The other day, I read something (I think it was on Pajiba?) where someone said that Vince Vaughn’s turn on True Detective was his last shot at some kind of legitimate Hollywood career, and that if he messed it up, he wouldn’t be working much. To that I say... never underestimate Hollywood’s ability to find consistent work for middle-aged white men. If Vince screws up his “ ...
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Mega Buzz: Is Ray Really Dead on True Detective?

Posted 6 days ago
Credit: tvguide.com
True Detective's slow-burn second season delivered a gut punch in the closing moments of Episode 2, when leading man Colin Farrell appeared to take two shotgun blasts to the torso. But the show wouldn't kill off Ray Velcoro this early, would it?

While logic suggests there's still much more to learn


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HBO’s ‘All the Way’ Adds Anthony Mackie as Martin Luther King Jr Opposite Bryan Cranston as LBJ

Posted 6 days ago
Credit: thewrap.com
Anthony Mackie has been set to play Martin Luther King Jr. in HBO’s adaptation of Broadway play “All the Way,” which stars Bryan Cranston as President Lyndon B. Johnson, TheWrap has learned.
Cranston won the Tony for lead actor for his LBJ role in addition to the Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Theater World Awards.
Jay Roach is directing the adaptation.
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