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December 20, 2013 Author: Holly Comments Off on Max Talks Bates Motel Season 2

This is rather old, but I wanted to post it anyway seeing as how I missed the House At The End Of the Street promotional period.

December 07, 2013 Author: Holly Comments Off on House At The End Of The Street featurette with Max Thieriot


December 07, 2013 Author: Holly Comments Off on Bates Motel Season 2 Teasers

The first trailer for the upcoming season of “Bates Motel” has been released, watch it below:

November 26, 2013 Author: Gabby Comments Off on “Bates Motel” Season 2 Trailer

Earlier this year, Max was featured in ContentMode Magazine and I have added screencaps of it to our gallery.

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October 03, 2013 Author: Holly Comments Off on Max in ContentMode Magazine

“Bates Motel” made a splash when it premiered its modern day reimagining of “Psycho” on A&E earlier in the year. The first season ended with a cliffhanger showing with Freddie Highmore’s Norman Bates seemingly committing a murder, and fans shouldn’t expect for it to take long for the facts surrounding Miss Watson’s death to be revealed.
“At that moment with Miss Watson it’s not immediately obvious which conclusion to draw. This show is infinitely more exciting for that, especially when your main characters are so ambiguous, you find yourself almost rooting for Norman despite the fact you know he’s going to become this infamous serial killer,” Highmore tells Zap2it while promoting the Sept. 17 release of the “Bates Motel” Season 1 Blu-ray. “That conflict is what makes the show fun — for me, anyway.”

Nestor Carbonell, who plays Sheriff Romero on the show, similarly suggests audiences remain skeptical about the murder. “Assuming it was Norman. You never know,” he says of the implied murder. “One of the great things about this show is, even with cliffhangers, they’re pretty much dealt with head-on, so the payoff is always going to be there. We definitely tackle that pretty quickly in Season 2 and the ramifications of what happened with the teacher at the end of Season 1. Not that it’s all wrapped up in a neat bow, but it’s definitely being dealt with for sure.”
It’s unclear how Romero’s relationship with the Bates’ will change — if at all — going into Season 2. In Season 1, he was hot on Norma’s trail after the death of his friend Keith Summers, but the pair reached an uneasy truce by the season’s end. Whether Romero ends up being suspicious of Norman in regards to Miss Watson’s death or not, his relationship with Norma will likely remain strained.

“I think he’s always going to butt heads with Norma to a certain extent because they’re both control freaks,” Carbonell says. “They go about it in different ways, but they’re both trying to control the situation. I don’t think he’s used to getting anybody to say no to him or really to go against him as much as she does.”

Highmore teases that Season 2 will continue to show Norman trying to navigate his life amid his blackouts. This will lead Norman on a “journey of greater self-awareness,” Highmore says, so it’s unclear how that will alter Norman as a sympathetic character on the show.
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September 19, 2013 Author: Holly Comments Off on Freddie Highmore, Nestor Carbonell tease Season 2 of Bates Motel

“Bates Motel”: Season One will be available to own on Blu-rayTM and DVD, each with Digital including UltravioletTM on September 17, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

Academy Award® nominee Vera Farmiga (Up in the Air) and Freddie Highmore (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) star in “Bates Motel”: Season One, a contemporary prequel to the genre-defining film, Psycho. “Bates Motel”: Season One will be available to own on Blu-rayTM and DVD, each with Digital including UltravioletTM on September 17, 2013 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

From the producers of “Lost” and “Friday Night Lights” comes the “moody, twisty, creepy and gloriously insane” (Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times) “Bates Motel”: Season One. This re-imagining of one of Alfred Hitchcock’s beloved masterpieces weaves a web of deception, murder, and unexpected twists in a small town where nothing is what it seems.

“Bates Motel”: Season One also stars Nestor Carbonell (Lost), Max Thieriot (House at the End of the Street), Mike Vogel (Cloverfield), Nicola Peltz (The Last Airbender) and Olivia Cooke (Blackout). Filled with gruesome horrors, nail-biting suspense, and an eerie visual landscape ideal for Blu-rayTM Hi-Def, experience all 10 episodes back-to-back and uninterrupted of the hit series critics say is “impossible to look away” (Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times). The Blu-rayTM and DVD also include a set of collector cards featuring artwork from the show (“Jiao’s Sketchbook”) for a limited time only.

“Bates Motel” was A&E’s most-watched original drama series debut in the network’s history. Be sure to watch more drama unfold with season two on A&E in 2014.

Source: EDGE

September 03, 2013 Author: Gabby Comments Off on “Bates Motel” – Season One on Blu-ray!