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• New Luther Photo Released As BBC Announce He’ll Be Back This Summer. Posting the snap on its Facebook page, the BBC wrote: “Hey Luther fans! BBC One has just confirmed that LUTHER IS COMING THIS SUMMER!! As soon as we have the exact dates we promise you’ll be the first to know.” The third season, which will air a year after the second one, sees his return with two conflicting crimes to investigate and a ruthless ex-copper determined to bring him down. This series will also see the return of murderer Alice Morgan, Luther’s unlikely friend and sometime accomplice, played by Ruth Wilson, who disappeared at the end of the first series.
• Pacific Rim Official Trailer 2013 (HD)
• Gillian Anderson’s new thriller The Fall drew 3.5 million viewers with its May 13 premier. The psychological thriller is BBC Two’s highest-rated program since 2005. As reported by Hollywood Reporter, the five episode season follows the story of a police detective and the serial killer that she is tasked with capturing. Gillian Anderson plays detective Stella Gibson, with the Metropolitan Police. Gibson struggles with her own demons as she hunts down the killer.
• Thomas Jane as Rick Grimes? It might have happened if “The Walking Dead” creator Frank Darabont had had his way. At a special Q&A following a Hero Complex Film Festival screening of “The Mist,” Darabont, addressing a question from an audience member, spoke briefly about the thematic similarities between two pairs of projects on his resume — the Stephen King adaptations “The Shawshank Redemption” and “The Green Mile,” and his 2007 horror film, which follows a group of people trapped in a shopping market after a mist envelopes their town and charts their personal devolution as they face terrible, heartbreaking choices, and the hit AMC zombie series he launched in 2010. He also pointed out that he initially had wanted the star of “The Mist,” actor Thomas Jane, to play lawman Rick Grimes, the part that eventually went to actor Andrew Lincoln.
• A big asteroid will cruise by Earth at the end of the month, making its closest approach to our planet for at least the next two centuries.The May 31 flyby of asteroid 1998 QE2, which is about 1.7 miles (2.7 kilometers) long, poses no threat to Earth. The space rock will come within 3.6 million miles (5.8 million km) of our planet.