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The second season of AMC’s Preacher aims to be one heck of a holy road trip.

Small-town Texas preacher Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), given extraordinary powers from the spawn of an angel and demon living in his body, embarks on a journey to find God — currently missing from heaven — with his two best pals, ex-girlfriend Tulip (Ruth Negga) and 119-year-old Irish vampire Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun). And his quest is only going to get weirder.

“I don’t ever know really know how to describe what we’re creating here,” Cooper says of the show, which returns June 25 (10 ET/PT) for 13 new episodes. “I’m endlessly shocked and surprised by the characters who are walking out of trailers or scenes unfolding before my very eyes.”

Dominic Cooper is a conflicted man of God in ‘Preacher’
The first season of Preacher made its mark with violence, insane plot twists (Tom Cruise was blown up in the premiere episode) and crazy characters, from the pair of angels (Tom Brooke and Anatol Yusef) assigned to return Genesis home to the troubled disfigured boy named Arseface (Ian Colletti) who confides in Jesse and winds up in hell.
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Posted on 05/22/2017 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Articles, Gallery, Preacher, Press


I’ve scanned in the pages from Empire magazine and added them to the gallery. I’ve also found another behind the scenes photo from season 1. Enjoy!

Magazine Scans > Scans From 2017 > Empire (Summer 2017)
Movies and Television > 2016 – 2017 – Preacher (TV) > Season 1 > Behind The Scenes



Posted on 05/22/2017 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Articles, Gallery, Preacher, Press


Hallelujah! Preacher is back, and in the new issue of Empire (on sale from Thursday), we visit the New Orleans set of the show’s sophomore run, chatting to cast members Dominic Cooper, Joseph Gilgun and Ruth Negga along the way, and grabbing a few early looks at the show – including the exclusive never-before seen image you see before you now.

“It feels like we’re working on a different show,” says Cooper, speaking from the set. “We’re playing the same characters, but the tone has changed dramatically.” With Season 1 ending, quite literally, with a bang, Season 2 shifts gears, introducing new characters, a deeper backstory and more black comedy, as the key trio of Jesse Custer (Cooper), Tulip O’Hare (Negga) and Cassidy (Gilgun) embark on a road trip to find God, whereabouts unknown.

“I think the tone has changed,” agrees Gilgun. “It’s had to. Initially it was a stationary show where we needed people who hadn’t read the comics to invest into these characters. Now that we are on the move, it is tonally going to feel like a change.”

For more on Preacher Season 2, pick up a copy of the new issue of Empire magazine, on sale in all good and evil newsagents from Thursday 18 May.

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Posted on 05/17/2017 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Gallery, Preacher, Press


Movies and Television > 2016 – 2017 – Preacher (TV) > Season 2 > Posters/Promotional Images

The Preacher star on Cassidy and Tulip’s secret, and delivering ‘a totally different show to some extent’

Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy hit the roaring road, on the search for God Almighty, as Preacher returns to AMC on Sunday, June 25th at 10/9c.

We’ve got a first look at some “powerful” new Season 2 key art for you, as well as a revealing chat with star Dominic Cooper, where he discusses this year’s crazy road-trip premise, Jesse’s continued mishandling of the Genesis power, Tulip’s secret, insane new fights scenes, and more.

Based on the popular cult comic book franchise of the same name, Preacher is an absurdly twisted and action packed thrill ride. When Jesse Custer (Cooper), a small-town preacher with a criminal past, realizes God is absent from Heaven, Jesse sets out to find Him. Along for the ride are Tulip (Ruth Negga), Jesse’s volatile true love, and Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun), an 119 year old Irish vampire and Jesse’s best mate. In Season 2, the gang ends up in New Orleans, where they must dodge local gangsters, dangerous secret agents in white suits, and the Saint of Killers (Graham McTavish), an unstoppable killer cowboy from Hell.

Check out the new key art in the gallery below (look for a shadowy glimpse of the aforementioned Saint of Killers), along with more new Season 2 art, and then continue on to see what Dominic Cooper has to say about the chaos of Season 2…

IGN: Season 1 was centered in Annville but now you’ve left that behind in a very explosive way, literally. What’s it like having Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy be on the road this season?

Dominic Cooper: It’s been odd, actually. But it’s been odd in a great way. It almost feels like we’re in a totally different show to some extent. And the landscape and the backdrop of where we are is playing a role, as it did before, just like the backdrop of Annville and the slower pace of the town were very much a part of the atmosphere of that first season. I think now things are much more hectic and ever-changing. Evolving as we visit new landscapes and areas. It’s lends itself to the madness of our inner psychology, I suppose. Which seems, at first, like a straight road complete with clarity. And the idea that Jesse is following is very specific. But that very quickly starts to deteriorate and fall apart. I think that’s been very cleverly integrated into the scripts with this idea of being on the road.
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Posted on 05/09/2017 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Articles, Gallery, Preacher, Press


Posted on 02/27/2017 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Appearances, Gallery, Press


Dominic along with Sophie Turner announced the BAFTA Nominations this morning. You can watch it again below:

I’ve also updated the gallery and found a couple of interviews Dominic has done.

Public Appearances > 2017 > EE British Academy Film Awards – Nominations Announced, London (10/01/17)

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Posted on 01/10/2017 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Appearances, Gallery, Press


Actor Dominic Cooper has starred in a wide range of roles since his big break in Alan Bennett’s The History Boys. From period dramas to musicals and big action blockbusters, he is a Brit who has worked on both sides of the Atlantic, becoming an established Hollywood star.

In this special programme for BBC Music’s My Generation Season, he plays a selection of music from an iconic decade of cinema, the 1980s. Choosing from an era that gave the world classics including E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Dirty Dancing and The Breakfast Club, Dominic handpicks the best super soundtracks from this golden age of movies. He also shares some memories from the decade, from his Lost Boys inspired goth band to revealing how Ferris Bueller’s Day Off gave him the dream of becoming an actor.

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Public Appearances > 2016 > BBC Radio 2, ‘Dominic Cooper’s Day Off’, London (29/11/16)



Posted on 11/30/2016 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Appearances, Gallery, Press


Some, like The Flash, Arrow and Gotham, embrace the worlds of costumed characters and larger-than-life villains. These are shows about secret identities, fancy gadgets and traditional comic-book mythology.

Others, such as The Walking Dead and Lucifer, are based on comic books that exist in a far grittier world. These are shows that are often about strangers trying to survive in a strange land.

The latest in that second category is AMC’s Preacher, based on the comic book created by Garth Ennis. It is a dark and twisted story of a West Texas preacher, Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper). He’s living in a world populated by a cast of characters from Heaven, Hell and places in-between.

Almost every TV series adapted from a comic book deviates from the source material, as fans of The Walking Dead can confirm. Preacher is no different — but the changes were made after talks with the author.

Ennis told the executive producers to make all the small changes they wanted. Keeping the general story will appease fans and small changes will make it less predictable.
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Posted on 11/29/2016 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Articles, Preacher, Press


Dominic has recorded a programme for BBC Radio 2 titled Dominic Cooper’s Day off which will air Tuesday 29th November at 10pm.

Actor Dominic Cooper has starred in a wide range of roles since his big break in Alan Bennett’s The History Boys. From period dramas to musicals and big action blockbusters, he is a Brit who has worked on both sides of the Atlantic, becoming an established Hollywood star.

In this special programme for BBC Music’s My Generation Season, he plays a selection of music from an iconic decade of cinema, the 1980s. Choosing from an era that gave the world classics including E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Dirty Dancing and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Dominic handpicks the best super soundtracks from this golden age of movies.

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Public Appearances > 2016 > BBC Radio 2, ‘Dominic Cooper’s Day Off’, London (29/11/16)
Magazine Scans > Scans from 2016 > The Observer (November 2016)
Candids > 2016 > Out in Hampstead (22/11/16)



Posted on 11/23/2016 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Appearances, Gallery, Press, The Libertine


Dominic Cooper: ‘I eat vast quantities of cheese to wind down’

Brought up in Greenwich, London, Dominic Cooper trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. In 2001 he made his stage debut in Mother Clap’s Molly House and in 2003 starred in His Dark Materials, both at the National Theatre. In 2004 he was cast as Dakin in Alan Bennett’s play The History Boys; he played the role around the world and starred in the film adaptation in 2006. The same year, he was nominated for a Drama Desk award for the play’s Broadway production. He is starring in The Libertine at the Theatre Royal Haymarket until 3 December.

What’s your pre-stage ritual?
It always starts with such good intentions, but ends up getting more and more chaotic. When I begin, I head to the stage when the auditorium is still closed; I like to lie down on the stage and breathe. Before the first night, I go among the stalls with another cast member, feeding each other lines to get a sense of the acoustics. But when you become more comfortable, you push it to the brink. I remember, from The History Boys in New York, a bunch of boys hurtling through the stage door with a red-faced stage manager in a sweaty panic, while we had pizza falling out of our mouths.

Have you ever missed an entrance?
Yes. I’ll never forget sitting with one of the History Boys, Andrew Knott, on the fire escape, chatting some sort of garbage about how one would rob a bank, and hearing these screams: our cue had been made and people were just improvising on stage because they didn’t know what else to do, and we’d missed almost the entire scene. That was lack of professionalism – it was after doing the play for years, but you can’t ever allow that to happen.

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Posted on 11/20/2016 by Hannah with 0 Comment(s) Filed under: Press, The Libertine


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