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Condor Season 3 Release Date, Storyline & More



Condor is an American thriller television series. The second season of Condor has recently premiered on June 9, 2020. However, the first part of the series has arrived in 2018 that is two years before. Along with this, Condor has acquired positive reviews for the storyline as well as the acting of the actors. Now the devotees are eagerly waiting for the third season. Based on the first season of Condor on the novel Six Days of the Condor by author James Grady. The series is all about millennial CIA judge Joe Turner who discovers a conspiracy which involves a lethal biological weapon.

The release date of the third season of Condor

The official release date of the third season of Condor is not out yet. Even the makers have not announced the arrival of the third season. At the same time, the two seasons of Condor will premier in the U.K. as well as in the U.S. but with some different storylines. Moreover, Condor will return to America on HBO.

The cast details of the third season of Condor

Till now, there is no confirmed declaration about the cast members of Condor. Everyone is predicting the return of the prior members from the first two seasons. The members include Max Irons as Joseph “Joe” Turner, William Hurt as Robert “Bob” Partridge, Leem Lubany as Gabrielle Joubert, Angel Bonanni as Deacon Mailer, Kristen Hager as Mae Barber, Mira Sorvino as Martin Annie “Marty” Frost, Bob Balaban as Reuel Abbott.

The plot details of the third season of Condor

The story of the series Condor revolves around Joe Turner. He is a young CIA analyst who develops a whole process to solve and identify terrorists. During this process, his entire team was killed, and meanwhile, he runs away. In the first season, it is elaborated how Joe has always stayed one step ahead of those that want him dead. Apart from saving himself from the dangerous people, he also tried to unfold them a conspiracy within the U.S. government. During the process of solving the case, Joe has confusion about whom he should trust. Later he went to his uncle Bob Partridge, who recruited him into the CIA, and his friend Sam Barber. However, in the end, the table turns, and maybe his enemies converted into his supporters.

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The second season of the series Condor portrays how Joe confronts the kind of lifestyle and consequences which he had left behind before. However, nothing is confirmed about the storyline of the third season of Condor.

Is there any trailer of the third season of Condor is out?

Till now, there is no information about the renewal of the third season of the series. So the question of the arrival of the series doesn’t arise. However, the fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming third season.

As per the sources, there is no other information about the third season of the series Condor apart. However, if we obtain any information, we will indeed convey it to everyone as the fans are waiting for it.


Fyre Festival’s Billy McFarland Has Recorded a Podcast From Prison




A little over two years into his six-year prison sentence and three years since Fyre Festival burned spectacularly on the funeral pyre of internet schadenfreude, Billy McFarland is back. He’s back in podcast form, one called  Dumpster Fyre, according to the Daily Mail. The brains behind the doomed festival is releasing the episodes from inside prison, while “Billy’s team” markets it on his Instagram, per his account’s bio. 

So far, all the media around the podcast—the trailer, the photos on Instagram—are pretty outré, let’s call it. It uses all the visual touchstones of prison to glorify McFarland’s situation, like photos of him with his fellow inmates in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution yard and an apparent stock photo of a person in an orange jumpsuit. In the opening teaser, he introduces himself by his inmate number first, and then says, “otherwise known as Billy McFarland.” 

To make the podcast, host Jordan Harbinger reportedly recorded 15-minute conversations with McFarland over the course of a week. It’s like Serial, the 2014 Sarah Koenig and Julie Snyder joint that launched a billion podcasts! Koenig relied, in part, on recorded phone calls from the inside to make that one as well. And speaking of the inside, Earlonne Woods’ Ear Hustle is an exploration of prison life created inside San Quentin State Prison. That one is done well.

This one, well. You hate to judge a podcast by its 27-second trailer and marketing materials but it’s hard to see the guy who got six years for some of the most obvious, spectacular public fraud this side of Bernie Madoff (and then ran another fraud while out on bail) handling this with delicate self-reflection and honestly earned remorse. People can surprise you though.

McFarland reportedly makes gestures at a mea culpa in the podcast, saying, “I’m not going to hide behind my mistakes; I’m going to share everything that happened.” But underpinning all is McFarland’s need to take hold of the narrative. Most people who find themselves in white-collar legal trouble wait until they’ve served their time to do a well-placed sympathetic interview and get accepted back into society, but it’s 2020 I guess. Why not do a podcast? Plus, “just wait” doesn’t seem to be in this guy’s vocabulary.

According to the Daily Mail, McFarland tells Harbinger that he wants to set the record straight in light of the documentaries on Netflix and Hulu, the latter of which he was reportedly paid to consult for. Which brings us to the question: after the actual Fyre Festival in 2017 and all the reporting on the Fyre Festival and its pop culture and legal fallout in 2018 and the documentaries about the Fyre Festival in 2019, do we really need to relitigate Fyre Festival right now? Short answer is no. 

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre Reboot Confirmed In Canon With 1974 Movie




The upcoming Texas Chainsaw Massacre reboot from Legendary is confirmed to be a continuation of Tobe Hooper’s original 1974 horror classic.

The next Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie is confirmed to be in canon with the first film in the franchise. Tobe Hooper’s original Texas Chain Saw Massacre came out in 1974 and is considered one of the most popular and grotesque horror films of the decade. This movie introduced Leatherface to the horror community, a cannibalistic maniac who was partly inspired by the serial killer Ed Gein.

Due to the graphic nature of the original, the franchise is still popular today. After Legendary Entertainment bought the rights to the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise in August 2018, it was announced that a reboot was in development along with a possible TV series. After a week of filming the Texas Chainsaw Massacre reboot, the directors were replaced in favor of David Blue Garcia, who is mostly known as a cinematographer. The next Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie recently wrapped production, which has allowed Legendary Entertainment to not only release a new poster featuring Leatherface, but also give fans an idea of what the story will be about.

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In a recent press release from Legendary Entertainment for the Call of Duty “The Haunting of Verdansk” event, it was revealed that the Texas Chainsaw Massacre reboot will be a continuation of Tobe Hooper’s original film. Legendary announced this by saying, “The new film, a continuation of Tobe Hooper’s shocking 1974 seminal horror classic, marks the return of Leatherface, re-introducing one of the most iconic villains of the horror genre to a whole new generation.”

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 1974 Family Dinner Table

Like many popular horror movies, the success of Hooper’s original Texas Chain Saw Massacre paved the way for several lackluster entries to the franchise. Hooper returned to direct Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, which got mixed reviews from fans and critics but eventually garnered a cult following. The following six films continued to deteriorate the quality of the franchise. Future Texas Chainsaw Massacre movies muddled the canon by some following the events of the original and others ignoring the events of past sequels.

Taking place after the first Texas Chain Saw Massacre clearly seems like the best route to go for the reboot. 2018’s Halloween was a successful sequel that took place 40 years after John Carpenter’s 1978 film and effectively retconned every sequel. While the Texas Chainsaw Massacre reboot will be a continuation of the original, it remains to be seen when the film will be set. It could take place in the ’70s and directly pick up where the original left off, or it could take a page from Halloween and be set in the present day. Regardless, Legendary Pictures has a real opportunity to successfully reboot The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

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Jeff Bridges Reveals Cancer Diagnosis, Says He’s Starting Treatment




The Oscar-winning actor revealed his lymphoma diagnosis on Twitter Monday evening.

Jeff Bridges took to Twitter Monday evening to reveal he’s been diagnosed with lymphoma. In a nod to his iconic role in “The Big Lebowski,” the Academy Award-winning actor tweeted, “As the Dude would say.. New S**T has come to light. I have been diagnosed with Lymphoma. Although it is a serious disease, I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors and the prognosis is good. I’m starting treatment and will keep you posted on my recovery.” See below.

Bridges, who last starred in 2018’s “Bad Times at the El Royale” and will next be seen starring in the FX on Hulu series “The Old Man,” also added, “I’m profoundly grateful for the love and support from my family and friends. Thank you for your prayers and well wishes. And, while I have you, please remember to go vote. Because we are all in this together.” He then urged fans to head to before signing off his message with “Love, Jeff.”

Bridges has been nominated for seven acting Academy Awards throughout his career, and won Best Actor in a Leading Role in 2010 for his moving turn as a country music legend grappling with alcoholism in “Crazy Heart.” The upcoming “The Old Man,” currently in production, centers on a former intelligence officer living off the radar who finds himself targeted for assassination and is forced back into the world he left behind. It’s based on the novel by Thomas Perry, and co-stars John Lithgow, Amy Brenneman, Alia Shawkat, and Gbenga Akinnagbe.

FX provided a statement to media regarding the news. “Our thoughts go out to Jeff and his family during this challenging time and they have our love and support. We wish him a safe and full recovery. And, as Jeff always says, ‘We are all in this together.’ Jeff, we are all in this together with you.”


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