NBC has announced their 2015/2016 fall schedule premiere dates and The Blacklist season 3 is set to premiere on Thursday, September 24 at 9pm.
Let’s start counting the days!
“I have a terrible time getting out of bed in the morning. I think I’m more suited to some kind of a Proustian lifestyle. So once I’ve accomplished getting out of bed in the morning, the day’s challenges just pale in comparison to that.”
Whether they search for challenges, juicy stories or characters whose shoes they want to walk in, James Spader, Keri Russell, Allison Williams, Téa Leoni and other Emmy contenders reveal how they choose roles at Variety’s Actors on Actors studio.
The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of James Spader in the last two The Blacklist season two episodes. What did everyone think of the season finale?
Reddington (James Spader) is still keeping the truth from Liz (Megan Boone). Find out his secret on the Season 2 finale of The Blacklist, Thursday at 9/8c on NBC.
The upfronts are currently taking place in New York City and NBC was the first to present their new shows and fall schedule at the Radio City Music Hall on Monday morning. James Spader was in attendance along with his The Blacklist co-stars. The gallery has been updated with pictures of the event with some thanks to my friend Claudia. Enjoy the new additions!
The gallery has been updated with seven episode stills of James Spader in the The Blacklist season two finale titled Masha Rostova. Enjoy the new additions.
Now that she’s made the FBI’s Most Wanted list, Liz remembers everything on The Blacklist season finale, Thursday at 9/8c on NBC.
The gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures of James Spader in last week’s The Blacklist episode titled Quon Zhang. Enjoy the new additions.
Think of him as the ultimate malware.
James Spader is the man inside the mechanical terror in Avengers: Age of Ultron, breathing fetid acrimony into the artificial intelligence program that decides the world would be a nicer place if we weren’t on it anymore.
As the movie opens across the country, and to cap off EW’s Age of Ultron week, we bring you an exclusive deep-dive into why The Blacklist star played hard-to-get for Marvel over the years – and what he thinks Ultron may have right about us.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Joss told me he wanted Ultron as the villain for the Avengers sequel before he even finished the first movie. When did you come into the process?
JAMES SPADER: It started with my agent and Kevin Feige talking about the idea of doing something at Marvel. She also represents Sam Jackson, and I had said at one point, “It might be fun to do one of these comic book movies.” My middle son, at the time, was a teenager, and he always loved superhero movies and things like that.
Were you into them growing up?
I have fond memories as a child where I had a great friend who had a trunk of every kind of comic book. I would go over for sleepovers at his house, and I used to just climb in that trunk and read everything I could.
So this one was for the kids.
And my youngest son, at the time, was coming along. I have three boys, and I had never really chosen any films for the kids – quite the contrary! [Laughs.] Most of the time, kids wouldn’t really be able to see or, certainly not, appreciate them until they were considerably older.
I suppose Less Than Zero isn’t good for a family movie night.
None of them have been! Crash [the 1997 David Cronenberg thriller about people sexually aroused by car collisions], probably even less – or maybe not! Both are … cautionary tales.