A new Preacher teaser has been released. Set to the ’80s song, Mickey, the teaser is only thirty seconds long, but it gives us loads of action and fun. Tulip, Jesse, and Cassidy seem to be on the run from someone, or are after someone, who is only being described as the “beast.” With the three characters sharing more scenes, this’ll hopefully bring us more fun in season two because they have a great dynamic.
You can check out the teaser below.
Preacher stars Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, Joseph Gilgun as Cassidy, with Ruth Negga as Tulip, and Graham McTavish as The Cowboy, aka The Saint of Killers. Season 2 has also added Noah Taylor, Pip Torrens and Julie Ann Emery as series regulars, while Malcolm Barrett, Ronald Guttman and Justin Prentice will appear as recurring characters.
Below is the official synopsis for season two:
Preacher follows a West Texas preacher named Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), who is inhabited by the renegade spawn of an angel and demon and gains the power to control people with just a word. The series’ second season returns this summer and follows Jesse, his badass ex-girlfriend Tulip (Ruth Negga) and an Irish vampire named Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) as they embark on a road trip to find God, dealing with issues both worldly and other-worldly along the way.
10 Movie & TV Villains Who Actually Beat The Heroes
A few weeks ago, the sci-fi horror film Life hit theaters. The tale of an unstoppable alien stalking a group of heroic astronauts on the International Space Station had the right amount of terror, intrigue and characters. We here at Heroic Hollywood liked it. One thing about the movie that was awesome was its ending. It’s been a few weeks, so most of you all probably know, but the alien ends up being the victor, killing the crew and assumingly conquers planet Earth. Life continues the fun trend of when the villains in the movie win.
This makes you think… what about other times where the villain actually wins? In the world of heroes who constantly face insurmountable odds and almost always end up being the victor (after all, who wants it for the good guy to not be triumphant?), there have been a few times many films based on comic book properties where the villain is actually the victor, even when they lose.
Here are a few examples of when our heroes are actually bested by the bad guys, even if the heroes technically win the day. Click Next to take a look….