Have you been watching ABC’s Agents of Shield? Well, if not add it’s time to play catch up because a storm is coming to Agents of Shield in the form of Dylan Minnette! Dylan will play a young Donnie Gill, but Marvel fans may know him better as the alter ego of the super-villain Blizzard. Dylan Minnette will be in the episode “Seeds” which will premiere on January 14th. With both Ian Quinn and Donnie Gill involved it may be a safe assumption that this episode will delve into Blizzard’s origin story. However, ABC isn’t giving the plot away, saying only that “Coulson and May uncover startling information about Skye’s past, while the team is swept into a storm at S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy.”.
“Seeds” will also guest star David Conrad as Ian Quinn, Christine Adams as Agent Anne Weaver, Daniel Zovatto as Seth Dormer, Boyd Kestner as Richard Lumley, Zachary Burr Abel as Tad and Maiara Walsh as Callie Hannigan.
Don’t miss Dylan on Agents of Shield January 14th at 8PM on ABC!
Dylan Minnette will appear in the new movie, Labor Day, coming to theaters this January!
Labor Day stars Josh Brolin, and Kate Winslet. Winslet plays a depressed single mom, Adele. Adele and her son, Henry, offer a wounded man a ride. However, the police are searching for an escaped convict and mother and son soon learn the true story of their hitchhiker.
Watch for Dylan Minnette, as he will be playing teenage Henry! Check out the trailer below!
Prisoners is up for Favorite Dramatic Movie at the People’s Choice Awards! The other nominees for the Dramatic Movie category are Captain Philips, Gravity, The Great Gatsby, and Lee Daniels’ The Butler! It’s stiff competition from great movies, but your vote can help Prisoners take home the award with a simple vote!
Voting is easy! You can vote here on the official People’s Choice Awards Site! Gather your friends and vote as often as you’d like!
The People’s Choice Awards will air on January 8th, 2014 on CBS!
Dylan Minnette will appear in this weekend’s all new episode of R.L. Stein’s “The Haunting Hour” titled “Funhouse.“
Bitter and angry over his father abandoning his family and his mother too busy with work to care, a boy named Chad (Dylan Minnette) becomes addicted to visiting a traveling funhouse, where he can let out his familial frustrations with sadistic glee by smashing a model replica of a family arguing at the dinner table, but the more time Chad spends at the funhouse, the meaner and more addicted to the violence he becomes. Is the funhouse turning Chad evil or are his inner demons making a monster out of him?
Don’t miss the episode when it airs Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 7:30PM ET / 4:30PM PT on the Hub Network!
“Prisoners” had it’s Los Angeles premiere last night at the AMPAS Theatre in Beverly Hills. Dylan Minnette joined his costars Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrence Howard, Paul Dano, Maria Bello, Viola Davis, Melissa Leo and many more on the red carpet for its Hollywood debut.
The buzz has been building since ‘Prisoners’ had its surprise debut at last weekend’s Telluride Film Festival. This weekend, ‘Prisoners’ is being screened by audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival.
See what the critics are saying so far:
“A spellbinding, sensationally effective thriller with a complex moral center that marks a grand-slam” – Variety
“Add this to the list of strong Oscar contenders. That is, if audiences and Academy members can handle the intensity of this superbly directed and produced film that features career-best performances, for sure, from Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman plus a brilliant supporting cast .” – Deadline
“It’s a brilliant mystery that will be remembered. More than anything, the movie succeeds thanks to Villeneuve’s excellent direction of Guzikowski’s script, and a cast that really gives it their all. Prisoners is a great exercise in telling a compelling story that runs two hours and yet keeps viewers enthralled up until the final second.” – Firstshowing
“A first-rate thriller with a blackened bite… the picture is often graphic and pulls no punches in its disturbing violence.. [and] its unflinching nature gives it a memorable sear that won’t soon be forgotten.” – Indiewire
“It is expert, tasteful craft in the Hollywood sphere. We just don’t get it often enough.” – Hitfix.com
“I really can’t praise PRISONERS highly enough, as to me it feels like some kind of masterpiece. It’s without a doubt the best movie I’ve seen this year.” – Joblo.com
“It’s an emotionally intense edge-of-your-seat thrill ride that won’t let go of your mind, body and soul until the title card appears in the end credits.” – Movies.com
Check out the latest Prisoners TV Spot and mark your calendars! Prisoners hits theaters September 20th!
Disney is bringing the beloved Judith Viorst book “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” to the big screen! Dylan Minnette will be starring as Alexander’s older brother.
Disney is adding to the cast of Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Dylan Minnette (Lost, Let Me In) has joined the Judith Viorst book adaptation as the older brother to Alexander (Ed Oxenbould), the young hero who goes through the mishaps of a terrible day for his family after he wishes they all would experience the same troubles he does.