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- 07/11/16--13:00: Fargo Season 3: The Leftovers’ Carrie Coon Joins Cast as Female Lead
- 03/22/17--12:00: Ewan McGregor’s Got Dual Roles in Full Trailer for Fargo Season 3
- 05/17/17--14:30: Why The Show Fargo is Better than the Movie Fargo
- 05/25/17--13:30: Five Things You Didn’t Know About Allison Tolman
A heck of a lot of characters died throughout Fargo‘s terrific second season in many different ways. There were shootings, stabbings, hit and runs, and even aliens, all of these elements playing big roles in the demises of some of this season’s most major players and even with some its least memorable characters as well. Fargo doesn’t pick favorites, though, and now matter what part a character played in Season 2, if he or she bit the bullet, they were remembered in the video below. Spoiler warning for anyone who has yet to finish Fargo Season 2. The “In Memoriam” tribute goes through
The Leftovers star Carrie Coon will be leaving one great television drama and heading to another when the critically-acclaimed HBO series finishes filming its third and final season. Once her work as Nora on The Leftovers is complete, Coon will be taking on a brand new role in Fargo Season 3, joining Ewan McGregor for the highly anticipated third season of Noah Hawley’s FX anthology series. As first reported by TVLine, Coon will play Gloria Burgle in Fargo Season 3. Gloria is described as “a practical woman who grabs the fire extinguisher when the bacon catches fire and everyone else panics. Gloria is the
Before we get to the new Fargo Season 3 trailer let’s talk about the show as a whole. Did anyone think this show was going to make it when it first came out? The degree of skepticism I personally had was pretty deep. I loved the Coen Brothers movie but it was hard to picture a realistically successful show to come out of it. Granted the premise of Carrie and her tales as a police officer in Brainerd could make sense, it just didn’t feel like the show could live up to the movie. What I’ve discovered and so have
I mentioned this a few days ago but Fargo is a show that has done an excellent job of completely separating itself from the film. I’m not referring to the fact that it’s got a similar setting or a few character names that match up, but that is a completely independent extension of the film. Noah Hawley has so far brought us two great seasons of Fargo thus far, and given Ewan McGregor’s new dual role, the third is one of the most anticipated TV shows of the year. Now that the full trailer is out we get to see
I’ve always said that any movie can be made 100 times better with the right music. Some movies there’s simply no hope for but there are other movies that are made infinitely better by the correct usage of music. The same goes for television shows. Imagine how Shawshank Redemption would have been had Thomas Newman not scored that movie? Think about how different it would have felt. What if John Williams never scored Jaws? What would we have had? Like I said, some movies and shows are just poorly acted and directed so there’s zero hope. But it’s my contention
When Season 1 of the FX show Fargo premiered, fans of the movie Fargo were both excited and skeptical. When we met Lester Nygaard we could not fail to see the similarities between this character and Jerry Lundegard from the movie. Martin Freeman’s accent and appearance paid homage to William H. Macy reminding us of the movie, so that was a great start to plant us right dab center back in the Fargo universe. Just this time the nebbish unhappy salesman has Lorne Malvo to light his violent fire and help him become more of the awful person he really
For most actors, landing a highly successful part comes after years of struggling to get by and taking any small role that is available. For a lucky few, however, a combination of timing, talent, and the right role allow an actor to jump right into the spotlight of a major production. While these instances are rare, they can allow fans to see an actor grow and develop as they adjust to the fame that comes with high profile roles. One such burgeoning star is Allison Tolman, one of the stars of the highly acclaimed Fargo. This role catapulted Tolman into