True Detective
Nic Pizzolatto and Matthew McConaughey last collaborated on the acclaimed first season of HBO's "True Detective."
Emmy-nominated editor Leo Trombetta had to keep a complicated time-switching plot things straight, even when his characters couldn't.
"The Nutty Professor" and "Amadeus" were instrumental inspirations for the creation of the old age makeup for Ali's tour de force performance.
In an interview with IndieWire, the "True Detective" showrunner explains how directing for the first time helped change his on-set behavior.
The creator, writer, and director told IndieWire he's plotting a new season that's "the most exciting thing we could do with 'True Detective.'"
As for the next season of "True Detective," that all depends on the idea creator Nic Pizzolatto comes up with for the series.
He's "psyched about the third season," however.
Nic Pizzolatto debunked a circulating "Jacob's Ladder" theory after last week's finale.
No Season 1 cameos, one welcome twist, and a whole lot of closure bring a solid third season to a satisfying close.
Daniel Sackheim tells IndieWire how the case from Season 1 may affect the "heartbreaking" ending of Season 3.
Nic Pizzolatto goes after big money in the second-to-last "True Detective," all but guaranteeing the conspiracy theories are real.
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