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Donald Mansour 2019-10-28
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CEO Evan Goldberg on Big Red migration and the Suite smell of Success

Oracle-owned NetSuite has plugged cookie-cutter SuiteSuccess tooling at its London SuiteConnect shindig as customers face up to a migration to Big Red's cloud.

When we put it to CEO Evan Goldberg that businesses might find the cost daunting, he laughed and said: "That's true."

Microsoft and its Dynamics 365 have started nibbling at the turf NetSuite has spent the last two decades carefully tending to.

Goldberg acknowledged his Seattle competitor, saying: "Microsoft has made big progress overall in adapting their solution," before insisting NetSuite's take was "very, very different".

These aren't totally off-the-shelf ERP or CRM products and still need a bit of customisation because every business is different.

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Gaston Alexander 2019-03-28
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We sat down with Evan Goldberg, founder and executive VP of NetSuite, to talk about life three years after the company was acquired by Oracle for $9.3 billion.

Goldberg talks about how a 5-minute phone call with Ellison two decades ago set everything in motion, including a game plan that it's still largely following today.

The year was 1999, and Evan Goldberg was working on his young software company, NetLedger, based on an idea (and a sizable investment) from his friend and mentor Larry Ellison.

NetLedger is arguably the first cloud software company, beating fellow former Oracle executive Marc Benioff's Salesforce.com to the punch by a month.

It was there that he ran into Apple founder Steve Jobs, who was also a close friend of Ellison's.

Read more:Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins tells us how he led the $200 billion company to growth when everybody expected it to get crushed in the cloud wars

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Billy Haigh 2016-05-27
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AMC s new series Preacher premiered over the weekend to quite a bit of good buzz, and now the network is making the first episode available to watch online with commentary from directors and producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.

Along with discussing the episode itself, Rogen and Goldberg talk at length about the process of adapting the series and some of the decisions that had to be made in order to finally bring the groundbreaking comic book series to the screen.

Executive produced and developed by Rogen and Goldberg, the series follows a small-town Texas preacher played by Dominic Cooper who acquires a powerful, mysterious ability and embarks on a mission that will shake both Heaven and Hell.

actress Ruth Negga, and an Irish rogue named Cassidy played by Misfits actor Joseph Gilgun.

Breaking Bad writer and producer Sat Catlin serves as head writer and showrunner on the series.

The series premiere aired Sunday, May 22, and the series will continue to air Sundays at 10 p.m.

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Kabita Bhatta 2019-12-10
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Fix Easily Outgrowth Of Quick Books And Easy Business

Many little business homeowners begin with mistreatment QuickBooks to manage their Easy Business.

fortuitously, QuickBooks remains comparatively simple to use and cheap.

however, you discover over time you've got put in too many various systems.

On this week’s Little Easy Business Radio Show, Interview of Evan Goldberg.

The Goldberg is the co-founder.

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Bhagaban Pradhan 2019-12-17
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Fix Easily Outgrowth Of Quick Books And Easy Business

Many little business homeowners begin with mistreatment QuickBooks to manage their Easy Business.

fortuitously, QuickBooks remains comparatively simple to use and cheap.

however, you discover over time you've got put in too many various systems.

On this week’s Little Easy Business Radio Show, Interview of Evan Goldberg.

The Goldberg is the co-founder.

collect
0
Bradley James 2018-06-25
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Tonight, draws, season 3 is started by the Preacher.

the Series based on the comic book from DC Comic and is created by Sam Catlin, Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogen.

the Series on the chain-smoking and alcoholic priest who takes to the help of his vampire friend to find god, continues tonight at 20: 00 on Viaplay.see.

the Undersigned intend to sit bänkad in front of the tv to be swallowed up into this brilliant, sick, and entertaining series.

collect
0
Ryan Pak 2016-05-18
img

The Predator

Arnold Schwarzenegger could appear, according to Shane Black:

These things all happened in 1990, but now it s 25 years later.

Coming Soon

X-Force

X-23, the female clone of Wolverine and current Wolverine in Marvel s comics , is on the cards to appear in the film, according to Bryan Singer—who phrases it in the most alien manner he could:

I have discussed that with the studio.

Marvel Television

In an extensive interview for The Hollywood Reporter, ABC s new Entertainment Chief Channing Dungey discusses the recent tumultuous news about the network cutting Agent Carter and passing on Marvel s Most Wanted for a second time, leaving Agents of SHIELD as ABC s sole Marvel venture.

Here s the good news: According to the site, Dungey challenged claims that the network was distancing itself from Marvel output by revealing that the network is currently working on several undisclosed TV projects with Marvel presumably one of these was the previously uncovered Damage Control comedy , with the aim of creating new shows that would be beneficial to both brands.

Krypton

A very early and still unreleased teaser for Syfy s new DC prequel series was shown at NBC s upfronts presentation.

Gotham

Finally, pictures from the season finale, Transference, have been released.

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1
Daniel Patel 2016-08-15
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Moviegoers have been feasting on Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg s latest film, Sausage Party, at the box office, but the duo is busy looking ahead to new projects.

They now have plans delve into an artificial intelligence-filled future with Silicon Valley writer and producer Sonny Lee, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

FX has given a pilot order to Singularity, a comedy written by Lee and produced by Rogen and Goldberg.

Lee s premise explores a future society in which artificial intelligence is much more advanced than human intelligence.

The writer reportedly decided to reach out to Rogen and Goldberg because its tone is similar to that of This Is the End.

The duo wrote, produced, and directed the 2013 comedy flick, which starred Rogen, James Franco, Emma Watson, Jonah Hill, and more.

collect
0
Eddie Waldo 2019-08-01
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Amazon's new superhero TV series, "The Boys," was originally set up at Cinemax, but was out of the network's budget, according to showrunner Eric Kripke.

"They wanted something edgy that still appealed to a broader audience," Kripke told Business Insider.

"We were a perfect fit and checked all the boxes.

And we were happy because they have that sweet, sweet Bezos money."

Showrunner Eric Kripke, who cocreated the series with Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, told Business Insider in an interview last month that the trio originally sold the pitch to and wrote the pilot for Cinemax.

"To their credit, they let it go.

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0
Antonio Barron 2018-11-29
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If you thought video games have featured some brutal fights, wait until you hear what goes on in real life.

A new TV show produced by Seth Rogen will reveal the knock-down drag-down fight between Sega and Nintendo.

Rogen and his producing partner Evan Goldberg are developing a TV show based on the book Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo and the Battle that Defined a Generation by Blake J. Harris.

When the book was first published in 2014 Rogen and Goldberg announced plans to turn it into a film, but it's now planned to be a limited TV series.

No network is yet confirmed.

Corporate skullduggery is always entertaining -- look at HBO's Silicon Valley or the much underrated Halt and Catch Fire, which was inspired by true events in the growth of the computer industry.

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Robert Tuohy 2017-04-30
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The streaming service is also doubling its original content output

In what Hulu svp of advertising sales Peter Naylor calls a “fortuitous” bit of timing, The Handmaid’s Tale made its critically acclaimed debut just a week before Hulu’s NewFronts presentation on Wednesday morning, where execs will be touting the drama’s instant breakout success to buyers and clients.

Explains Hopkins: “There’s a lot of momentum and exciting things happening across the board at Hulu this year.”

Chief among them will be the launch later this month of Hulu’s live TV bundle, which will offer livestreaming access to dozens of networks from companies like CBS Corp., 21st Century Fox, Disney, Turner and A E Networks—as well as a standard Hulu subscription—for $40 a month.

That will debut as Hulu rolls out a new, personalized user interface for all subscribers, which will integrate its live and on-demand programming.

“We’ve taken care to make sure that when we launch, it makes sense, it’s easy to use and it’s seamless,” says Hopkins.

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0
Jermaine Dusenbery 2016-12-01
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The Oracle logo on the side of a yacht at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco on Oct. 27, 2015.

Until now, the 18-year-old company based in San Mateo, California, has focused on English-speaking countries and Japan.

As part of Oracle, it plans to localize its products for many more countries while expanding its data-center capacity, sales operations, partner channel and other assets to reach customers in those new areas.

NetSuite products will go on forever, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd said.

Though Oracle is also getting into the cloud-based software business, it targets large enterprises while NetSuite is primarily for small and medium-sized businesses, he said.

NetSuite offers a range of productivity tools, including ERP enterprise resource planning and CRM customer relationship management , using a single data repository for all core business processes.

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0
Stephen Somogyi 2018-02-08
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This week the folks at CBS were reportedly working on a TV show with Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg that’s been described as “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but with a guy.” The show will likely attempt to collect those people who love the idea of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but need more of a male perspective.

You know, instead of a woman stalking an ex-boyfriend across the country, it’s a man, and he’s stalking a woman.

The premise of this television show should sound eerily similar to that of the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend show that’s been on TV since 2015.

That show is currently up to Season 3, Episode 11.

What better way to capitalize on the success of that woman-led musical comedy than to… copy the entire story?

The show is described by its makers as follows: “The hybrid comedy follows twenty-something Kyle who comes to Austin to finally convince his old best friend from camp they are perfect for each other.

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Earl Rizvi 2017-06-23
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"There's a preacher, his best friend is an Irish vampire, his girlfriend is an assassin, and he's being stalked by a cowboy from the 19th century…"

Sitting in a cafe in New Orleans watching his kids colouring, actor Graham McTavish is trying to explain "Preacher", the outrageous and iconoclastic TV series in which he plays a major part.

Talking to me on the phone in a break from filming the second series of the show, he hints at the insane twists that might even out-shock the boundary-pushing comic on which the show is based.

"There were moments when I read the scripts that I honestly can't believe what we're about to do," he laughs.

"We ended the first season by killing an entire town.

Running from 1995 to 2000, the strip is infamous for its hilariously foul-mouthed combination of vigorous blasphemy and extreme violence.

collect
0
Carl Dechant 2018-11-28
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Hollywood production company Legendary is developing a limited-series television event based on the book Console Wars by author Blake J. Harris, as Nerdist first reported.

The book documents how Sega battled with Nintendo over the hearts and minds of gamers throughout the ’90s.

The miniseries will now bring that story to television screens.

Point Grey Pictures, which produces Preacher for AMC, is working with Legendary on this project.

Hollywood veterans Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Weaver — the founders of Point Grey — will stay on as executive producers after they acquired the film rights to Console Wars in February 2014.

Other producers on the film include Annihilation producers Eli Bush and Scott Rudin.

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Jerrod Fenton 2016-05-22
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This weekend, Preacher premieres on AMC, the network that gave the world Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead, and the new show seems poised to up the ante when it comes to intense — and likely controversial — subject matter.

An adaptation of writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon s hit comic book series of the same name, Preacher casts Captain America: The First Avenger and The Devil s Double actor Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, a small-town Texas preacher who gains an extraordinary, supernatural power that sends him on a wild and occasionally terrifying adventure.

Ennis celebrated series tackled some heady themes over the course of its 75-issue run, including organized religion, redemption, and the nature of good and evil, and the series path to the screen goes back nearly two decades at this point.

Many comic readers are already well-acquainted with Jesse Custer s crazy journey, but as with any story making the leap from page to screen, the show is likely to earn Ennis reluctant hero and his supporting cast more than a few new fans in the months to come.

the show s controversial religious themes.

Rounding out the cast is Oscar nominee Jackie Earle Haley Little Children , who plays the owner of a local slaughterhouse, Odin Quinncannon.

collect
0
Donald Mansour 2019-10-28
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CEO Evan Goldberg on Big Red migration and the Suite smell of Success

Oracle-owned NetSuite has plugged cookie-cutter SuiteSuccess tooling at its London SuiteConnect shindig as customers face up to a migration to Big Red's cloud.

When we put it to CEO Evan Goldberg that businesses might find the cost daunting, he laughed and said: "That's true."

Microsoft and its Dynamics 365 have started nibbling at the turf NetSuite has spent the last two decades carefully tending to.

Goldberg acknowledged his Seattle competitor, saying: "Microsoft has made big progress overall in adapting their solution," before insisting NetSuite's take was "very, very different".

These aren't totally off-the-shelf ERP or CRM products and still need a bit of customisation because every business is different.

Billy Haigh 2016-05-27
img

AMC s new series Preacher premiered over the weekend to quite a bit of good buzz, and now the network is making the first episode available to watch online with commentary from directors and producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.

Along with discussing the episode itself, Rogen and Goldberg talk at length about the process of adapting the series and some of the decisions that had to be made in order to finally bring the groundbreaking comic book series to the screen.

Executive produced and developed by Rogen and Goldberg, the series follows a small-town Texas preacher played by Dominic Cooper who acquires a powerful, mysterious ability and embarks on a mission that will shake both Heaven and Hell.

actress Ruth Negga, and an Irish rogue named Cassidy played by Misfits actor Joseph Gilgun.

Breaking Bad writer and producer Sat Catlin serves as head writer and showrunner on the series.

The series premiere aired Sunday, May 22, and the series will continue to air Sundays at 10 p.m.

Bhagaban Pradhan 2019-12-17
img

Fix Easily Outgrowth Of Quick Books And Easy Business

Many little business homeowners begin with mistreatment QuickBooks to manage their Easy Business.

fortuitously, QuickBooks remains comparatively simple to use and cheap.

however, you discover over time you've got put in too many various systems.

On this week’s Little Easy Business Radio Show, Interview of Evan Goldberg.

The Goldberg is the co-founder.

Ryan Pak 2016-05-18
img

The Predator

Arnold Schwarzenegger could appear, according to Shane Black:

These things all happened in 1990, but now it s 25 years later.

Coming Soon

X-Force

X-23, the female clone of Wolverine and current Wolverine in Marvel s comics , is on the cards to appear in the film, according to Bryan Singer—who phrases it in the most alien manner he could:

I have discussed that with the studio.

Marvel Television

In an extensive interview for The Hollywood Reporter, ABC s new Entertainment Chief Channing Dungey discusses the recent tumultuous news about the network cutting Agent Carter and passing on Marvel s Most Wanted for a second time, leaving Agents of SHIELD as ABC s sole Marvel venture.

Here s the good news: According to the site, Dungey challenged claims that the network was distancing itself from Marvel output by revealing that the network is currently working on several undisclosed TV projects with Marvel presumably one of these was the previously uncovered Damage Control comedy , with the aim of creating new shows that would be beneficial to both brands.

Krypton

A very early and still unreleased teaser for Syfy s new DC prequel series was shown at NBC s upfronts presentation.

Gotham

Finally, pictures from the season finale, Transference, have been released.

Eddie Waldo 2019-08-01
img

Amazon's new superhero TV series, "The Boys," was originally set up at Cinemax, but was out of the network's budget, according to showrunner Eric Kripke.

"They wanted something edgy that still appealed to a broader audience," Kripke told Business Insider.

"We were a perfect fit and checked all the boxes.

And we were happy because they have that sweet, sweet Bezos money."

Showrunner Eric Kripke, who cocreated the series with Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, told Business Insider in an interview last month that the trio originally sold the pitch to and wrote the pilot for Cinemax.

"To their credit, they let it go.

Robert Tuohy 2017-04-30
img

The streaming service is also doubling its original content output

In what Hulu svp of advertising sales Peter Naylor calls a “fortuitous” bit of timing, The Handmaid’s Tale made its critically acclaimed debut just a week before Hulu’s NewFronts presentation on Wednesday morning, where execs will be touting the drama’s instant breakout success to buyers and clients.

Explains Hopkins: “There’s a lot of momentum and exciting things happening across the board at Hulu this year.”

Chief among them will be the launch later this month of Hulu’s live TV bundle, which will offer livestreaming access to dozens of networks from companies like CBS Corp., 21st Century Fox, Disney, Turner and A E Networks—as well as a standard Hulu subscription—for $40 a month.

That will debut as Hulu rolls out a new, personalized user interface for all subscribers, which will integrate its live and on-demand programming.

“We’ve taken care to make sure that when we launch, it makes sense, it’s easy to use and it’s seamless,” says Hopkins.

Stephen Somogyi 2018-02-08
img

This week the folks at CBS were reportedly working on a TV show with Seth Rogan and Evan Goldberg that’s been described as “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but with a guy.” The show will likely attempt to collect those people who love the idea of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but need more of a male perspective.

You know, instead of a woman stalking an ex-boyfriend across the country, it’s a man, and he’s stalking a woman.

The premise of this television show should sound eerily similar to that of the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend show that’s been on TV since 2015.

That show is currently up to Season 3, Episode 11.

What better way to capitalize on the success of that woman-led musical comedy than to… copy the entire story?

The show is described by its makers as follows: “The hybrid comedy follows twenty-something Kyle who comes to Austin to finally convince his old best friend from camp they are perfect for each other.

Carl Dechant 2018-11-28
img

Hollywood production company Legendary is developing a limited-series television event based on the book Console Wars by author Blake J. Harris, as Nerdist first reported.

The book documents how Sega battled with Nintendo over the hearts and minds of gamers throughout the ’90s.

The miniseries will now bring that story to television screens.

Point Grey Pictures, which produces Preacher for AMC, is working with Legendary on this project.

Hollywood veterans Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and James Weaver — the founders of Point Grey — will stay on as executive producers after they acquired the film rights to Console Wars in February 2014.

Other producers on the film include Annihilation producers Eli Bush and Scott Rudin.

Gaston Alexander 2019-03-28
img

We sat down with Evan Goldberg, founder and executive VP of NetSuite, to talk about life three years after the company was acquired by Oracle for $9.3 billion.

Goldberg talks about how a 5-minute phone call with Ellison two decades ago set everything in motion, including a game plan that it's still largely following today.

The year was 1999, and Evan Goldberg was working on his young software company, NetLedger, based on an idea (and a sizable investment) from his friend and mentor Larry Ellison.

NetLedger is arguably the first cloud software company, beating fellow former Oracle executive Marc Benioff's Salesforce.com to the punch by a month.

It was there that he ran into Apple founder Steve Jobs, who was also a close friend of Ellison's.

Read more:Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins tells us how he led the $200 billion company to growth when everybody expected it to get crushed in the cloud wars

Kabita Bhatta 2019-12-10
img

Fix Easily Outgrowth Of Quick Books And Easy Business

Many little business homeowners begin with mistreatment QuickBooks to manage their Easy Business.

fortuitously, QuickBooks remains comparatively simple to use and cheap.

however, you discover over time you've got put in too many various systems.

On this week’s Little Easy Business Radio Show, Interview of Evan Goldberg.

The Goldberg is the co-founder.

Bradley James 2018-06-25
img

Tonight, draws, season 3 is started by the Preacher.

the Series based on the comic book from DC Comic and is created by Sam Catlin, Evan Goldberg & Seth Rogen.

the Series on the chain-smoking and alcoholic priest who takes to the help of his vampire friend to find god, continues tonight at 20: 00 on Viaplay.see.

the Undersigned intend to sit bänkad in front of the tv to be swallowed up into this brilliant, sick, and entertaining series.

Daniel Patel 2016-08-15
img

Moviegoers have been feasting on Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg s latest film, Sausage Party, at the box office, but the duo is busy looking ahead to new projects.

They now have plans delve into an artificial intelligence-filled future with Silicon Valley writer and producer Sonny Lee, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

FX has given a pilot order to Singularity, a comedy written by Lee and produced by Rogen and Goldberg.

Lee s premise explores a future society in which artificial intelligence is much more advanced than human intelligence.

The writer reportedly decided to reach out to Rogen and Goldberg because its tone is similar to that of This Is the End.

The duo wrote, produced, and directed the 2013 comedy flick, which starred Rogen, James Franco, Emma Watson, Jonah Hill, and more.

Antonio Barron 2018-11-29
img

If you thought video games have featured some brutal fights, wait until you hear what goes on in real life.

A new TV show produced by Seth Rogen will reveal the knock-down drag-down fight between Sega and Nintendo.

Rogen and his producing partner Evan Goldberg are developing a TV show based on the book Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo and the Battle that Defined a Generation by Blake J. Harris.

When the book was first published in 2014 Rogen and Goldberg announced plans to turn it into a film, but it's now planned to be a limited TV series.

No network is yet confirmed.

Corporate skullduggery is always entertaining -- look at HBO's Silicon Valley or the much underrated Halt and Catch Fire, which was inspired by true events in the growth of the computer industry.

Jermaine Dusenbery 2016-12-01
img

The Oracle logo on the side of a yacht at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco on Oct. 27, 2015.

Until now, the 18-year-old company based in San Mateo, California, has focused on English-speaking countries and Japan.

As part of Oracle, it plans to localize its products for many more countries while expanding its data-center capacity, sales operations, partner channel and other assets to reach customers in those new areas.

NetSuite products will go on forever, Oracle CEO Mark Hurd said.

Though Oracle is also getting into the cloud-based software business, it targets large enterprises while NetSuite is primarily for small and medium-sized businesses, he said.

NetSuite offers a range of productivity tools, including ERP enterprise resource planning and CRM customer relationship management , using a single data repository for all core business processes.

Earl Rizvi 2017-06-23
img

"There's a preacher, his best friend is an Irish vampire, his girlfriend is an assassin, and he's being stalked by a cowboy from the 19th century…"

Sitting in a cafe in New Orleans watching his kids colouring, actor Graham McTavish is trying to explain "Preacher", the outrageous and iconoclastic TV series in which he plays a major part.

Talking to me on the phone in a break from filming the second series of the show, he hints at the insane twists that might even out-shock the boundary-pushing comic on which the show is based.

"There were moments when I read the scripts that I honestly can't believe what we're about to do," he laughs.

"We ended the first season by killing an entire town.

Running from 1995 to 2000, the strip is infamous for its hilariously foul-mouthed combination of vigorous blasphemy and extreme violence.

Jerrod Fenton 2016-05-22
img

This weekend, Preacher premieres on AMC, the network that gave the world Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead, and the new show seems poised to up the ante when it comes to intense — and likely controversial — subject matter.

An adaptation of writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon s hit comic book series of the same name, Preacher casts Captain America: The First Avenger and The Devil s Double actor Dominic Cooper as Jesse Custer, a small-town Texas preacher who gains an extraordinary, supernatural power that sends him on a wild and occasionally terrifying adventure.

Ennis celebrated series tackled some heady themes over the course of its 75-issue run, including organized religion, redemption, and the nature of good and evil, and the series path to the screen goes back nearly two decades at this point.

Many comic readers are already well-acquainted with Jesse Custer s crazy journey, but as with any story making the leap from page to screen, the show is likely to earn Ennis reluctant hero and his supporting cast more than a few new fans in the months to come.

the show s controversial religious themes.

Rounding out the cast is Oscar nominee Jackie Earle Haley Little Children , who plays the owner of a local slaughterhouse, Odin Quinncannon.