I’ve finally got all of Dom’s event photos from 2013 uploaded to the gallery! More updates coming soon!
Actors Dominic Monaghan and Shawn Ashmore will star in Remedy Entertainment’s time-stopping shooter Quantum Break.
From Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment, Quantum Break is a story-based game in which players attempt to prevent the end of time.
Launching alongside a TV series in 2015, in-game actions will impact on the events of the episodic series, while the TV show will offer hints about how to progress in the game.
— Remedy Entertainment (@remedygames) November 21, 2014
Dominic will be one of the final guests of “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”. He’s scheduled to appear on December 1. Lisa Kudrow will also be a guest on the same day. Tickets are sold out, but stand-by tickets might be available.
Stand-by tickets available! Come on down by 3pm any day we have a show, even if we are sold out we may be able to get you in!
CANNES: HBO Nordic has snapped up the pay-TV and SVOD rights for 100 Code, a crime series from the Red Arrow International catalogue, for broadcast in Sweden, Finland and Denmark, while Iceland’s 365 Media took the pay-TV rights and MTG acquired the free-TV rights for Denmark.
Starring Dominic Monaghan (Lost) and Michael Nyqvist (the Millennium trilogy), 100 Code is about an NYPD detective who investigates a series of brutal homicides in Sweden, where he teams up with a Swedish cop. The program was developed by Red Arrow Entertainment’s Fabrik Entertainment and is produced by 100 Code AB and Zen Productions. Executive producers include Klaus Zimmermann, Henrik Bastin, Mikkel Bondesen and Bobby Moresco.
Line Mykland, the executive VP of programming, operations and technology for HBO Nordic, said: “We are very excited about 100 Code, and incredibly happy to be able to present it as an exclusive premiere to our subscribers across the Nordic countries. It is set in Sweden with a mainly Swedish cast headed by excellent actor Michael Nyqvist, but the U.S. writer Bobby Moresco (famous for the feature film Crash) and the American detective played by Dominic Monaghan lend a distinct international flavor to the project and sets it apart from other local series in this genre.”
Johanna Margret Gisladottir, the director of TV at 365 Media, commented: “365 Media is very excited to secure the rights for 100 Code in Iceland next fall. Icelanders are always interested in crime series both American and Scandinavian so we believe 100 Code will be a great addition to our programming.”
Jakob Mejlhede, the senior VP of acquisitions and programming at MTG, noted: “Both English- and Nordic-language crime is very popular with Danish viewers. The plot has great potential and both actors are instantly recognizable, so we’re very delighted to have secured it for our free-TV channels in Denmark.”
Tim Gerhartz, the senior acquisitions and sales manager for Scandinavia at Red Arrow International, added: “100 Code is top-notch Scandi crime with an American spin! With its outstanding talent on and off camera, 100 Code is absolute must-see TV for crime lovers—I’m really excited about the series launch in the Nordics in early 2015.”