"LOST" actor Michael Emerson gives his perspective on providing a voice for the Joker in this series of clips from from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment about "The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" : Read More...
Person of Interest stars Amy Acker, Kevin Chapman, and Michael Emerson talk the surveillance state in this New York Comic-Con interview with MTV Geek's Steven Smith about the second season of their CBS series. Get some tantalizing hints about where some of the characters are headed in the back half of season two--along with Emerson's turn as the Joker!
Back in July, we exclusively premiered the trailer for the DC Universe animated feature "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1" and it was pretty freakin' awesome. Well now, we're unleashing the exclusive first look at "The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2" trailer and guess what? It's pretty freakin' awesome too!
Benjamin Linus as The Joker? Count me in! TV Guide has revealed that Michael Emerson, currently starring in "Person Of Interest," has been tapped to provide the voice of the Clown Prince Of Crime in "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2." Emerson will be squaring off against Peter Weller's Batman in the animated movie, which is scheduled to hit DVD & On-Demand in early 2013.
It’s a cold, very early morning in October, and I’m outside a fancy hotel in New York’s Soho district, killing time until I can go inside and meet Michael Emerson, star of CBS’ Person of Interest, and Jonathan Nolan, Executive Producer of the show. I check my phone, try not to freeze, and wait for one of the other reporters to show up on the scene.
When one finally does, I enter the lobby with her and find a few other assorted writers milling around. We’re all tired, but we know we’ll be sitting down to breakfast shortly. Honestly? I don’t know exactly what to expect. I’ve been in roundtable interviews before, where writers for various outlets sit around, and get five minutes with one of the actors on a show before they move to the next table, and get asked the same questions again, and again, and again.
But breakfast is weird. I don’t know if we’re going to get the same amount of time, if we’re just going to grab a few croissants and call it a day, or what. Adding to the weirdness? It’s breakfast with Michael Emerson, who most of you probably know best as Ben Linus on LOST, and Jonathan Nolan, who you might know better as Christopher Nolan’s – director of The Dark Knight – little brother. That’s a little daunting. Read More...