With the Struckers dealing with the news about Andy and Lauren, the rest of the mutants look to Trask Industries. With Esme (Skyler Samuels) the new mutant with psychic powers apparently manipulating the situation, is she all she seems?
If there is one thing that the Mutant Underground has handled so far, it is not to overstretch themselves and get into trouble. This week though as time is running out, the need to act slowly worms its way into the group. The audience gets to see that Esme is doing a good job at pushing this too, raising the potential that she may be a mole in the group.
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Because whereas Eclipse, Polaris et al previously thought that Sentinel Services agents were their worst nightmare, they now know that Trask Industries — the company Reed’s mutant father used to work for — now is using powered people for unspeakable ends.
Emma Dumont, who plays Lorna aka Polaris (aka the Magneto’s daughter), shared with TVLine a look at how her character’s pregnancy might give birth to “scary” new powers,
When the Mutant Underground collect a group of mutant refugees from a safe house that is in danger from Sentinel Services one of them is exposed as a spy. When they discover that this mutant is being controlled by Trask Industries, the company Dr. Campbell (Garret Dillahunt) works for, Reed (Stephen Moyer) finds himself paying a visit to his estranged farther who once worked for the company.
The episode begins with a flashback to a scene featuring Andreas von Strucker and Andrea von Strucker, bother and sister,
This week Eclipse (Sean Teale) must do as promised and answer the call of the Cartel. When Reed (Stephen Moyer) finds out about Lauren’s (Natalie Alyn Lind) new friend’s past tension is caused between father and daughter. Thunderbird (Blair Redford) tracks down Blink (Jamie Chung) to help her in her search, and Jace Turner (Coby Bell) and Dr. Campbell (Garret Dillahunt) work together on a plan to take down the Mutant Underground.
When Eclipse went to the Cartel for help in his bid to free Polaris (Emma Dumont) he knew that the price he would have to pay would cause tension, and that is
We briefly chatted to Stephen Moyer about X-Men, Bill Compton in True Blood, potential X-Men crossovers and more...
Stephen Moyer shot to fame following his role as Bill Compton in True Blood and, after taking some time away to explore directing and producing, he’s back on our screens as part of one of the biggest franchises around. We spoke to him about The Gifted, Safe House and more...
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What made you take the role in The Gifted? How was it originally pitched to you?
I was in Toronto doing a directing job and I didn’t really have my head in acting at that point - not because I was stopping, but just because I was in my directing head. It kind of came out of the blue and, obviously because Anna (Paquin, Stephen’s partner) has a
With Jace Turner (Coby Bell) even more focused on using the forces of Sentinel Services to capture the mutants, he agrees to work with Dr. Campbell (Garret Dillahunt) who is very interested in getting hold of the Strucker kids. Reed (Stephen Moyer) and his son Andy (Percy Hynes White) go on a mission with Eclipse (Sean Teale) to find out if they can find out any details about missing mutants.
In splitting the Strucker family up we are given a chance to see how both Reed and Kate (Amy Acker
With Reed (Stephen Moyer) and Polaris (Emma Dumont) now free the mutants must escape Sentinel Services who are fast tracking them down. With the mutants wary of him, Reed takes a big risk to earn their truest, while Polaris and Eclipse (Marcos Diaz) come face to face with Jace Turner.
The episode starts with a flashback to the day of the event that we keep on hearing about. What we see is what makes Jace hate the mutants so much, and it humanises him more. It is hard to not relate to
Jones became the first person to ever be put on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list without ever committing a violent crime. The project was announced Friday at the American Film Market.
Gold Star Films co-chairman, Joey Tufaro, Signature Films founder, Marc Goldberg, and production executive Sarah Gabriel are producing the film. John Watson and Kellie Davis will also be producing alongside Gold Star Films co-chairman, Todd Trosclair, who will serve as an executive producer. The film is slated to be shot in the greater New Orleans area.
The story will center on Jones being falsely sentenced to 10 years of hard labor in a chain gang, then escaping and beginning a life on the run as a master escape artist. Described as handsome,
Plans are put into motion this week to save Reed and Polaris from Sentinel Services. To do this though Eclipse (Sean Teale) must take a trip back to old friends he thought he left behind. When the plans are put into motion, another long-lost friend makes an appearance too, threatening the plan.
While there is plenty of action in this episode, the build up to it is surprisingly slow. The Gifted takes time to look at the emotional impact of the decisions made and build up the tension. This feels like a brave move for a show like this,
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One of the original stars of the film franchise, portraying Rogue back in 2000’s X-Men and a number of subsequent features, Anna Paquin has revealed her thoughts on a cameo appearance in the latest X-Men themed TV series The Gifted.
The Gifted stars her husband and former True Blood co-star Stephen Moyer, and Paquin has been asked about the potential of appearing alongside him in the series.
Speaking to CinemaBlend about her Netflix miniseries Alias Grace, she came out as being against the idea:
“I feel like that would be distracting, honestly. I mean, look, who knows? But I feel like that’s one of those things that probably takes people out of the story in a weird way. If I was the creative force behind it, I’m not sure I would want to
In an attempt to reunite with his family, Reed Strucker (Stephen Moyer) makes a deal with Sentinel Services. Meanwhile his wife Kate (Amy Acker) takes Lauren (Natalie Alyn Lind) and Andy (Percy Hynes White) away from the compound looking to her family for help.
This week the theme of family is the focus, not only the Strucker family, but also for other characters. When Reed makes a deal with the Sentinel Services he not only puts his own family in danger, but also other innocent families that put their trust in him.
It is in the scenes
Last week’s episode of The Gifted was a good start, and introduced us to the world of the mutants. This week looks at the aftermath of the escape last week, and the repercussions of the Strucker’s actions.
With Reed Strucker (Stephen Moyer) in the hands of the Sentinel Services they start to apply pressure to make him talk. His family now with the Mutant Network, Kate (Amy Acker) finds herself working with Eclipse (Sean Teale) to help Blink (Jamie Chung). Last week I felt things were a little rushed and Reed and Kate didn’t get much time as characters to connect with the audience. Thankfully this week there is more of a focus on them, including a flashback to a mutant event
The Gifted is running strong with episode 2 “rX” and Matt and BC are back to break down the episode! On this episode of Gifted Talkers we once again talk what happened on the episode, and what we liked and didn’t like. As well as predict what we will see next week on Fox’s new mutant series, The Gifted.
Gifted Talkers is an episode of Jackass Reviews which is a spoiler heavy review of films, so if you have not seen the film or current episode, come back and check this episode out after you have!
Fong (Jamie Chung) falls unconscious from the effort of teleporting the group back to the underground's hideout, losing control of her abilities. Portals begin to open to an unknown road, causing an accident that is brought to the attention of police.
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