I’ve added scans from this week’s issues of Entertainment Weekly and TV Guide which are promoting The Man In The High Castle. Big thanks to my friend AliKat for these.
As you can see we have a new design on the site. In honor of The Man In The High Castle premiere next month I thought I would promote the series on the design because I love the series so much already. This design is mobile friendly so enjoy that mobile visitors. As the time approaches for The Man In The High Castle to fully release the series on Amazon, more and more photos are surfacing. I will do my best to share the ones I come across on the site. Enjoy a new promotional photo of Alexa and an episode still for a future episode.
This will most likely be my last update for the night. I’ve added a bunch of photos of Alexa from The Man In The High Castle. Be on the lookout for the new magazine editions of Entertainment Weekly and People which will both be featuring something on The Man In The High Castle. Thanks to Lily for one of the Behind the Scenes photos!
• The Man in the High Castle: Trailer #2 Screencaps
• The Man In The High Castle: Cast Promotional Images
• The Man In The High Castle: Solo Promotional Images
• The Man in the High Castle: Unsorted Stills
• The Man In The High Castle: On The Set (08/26/15)
• The Man in the High Castle: Behind the Scenes (Unsorted)
Press/Video: What If the Nazis Won WWII? Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle Trailer Imagines a Very Different America
New Trailer for The Man In The High Castle:
Life seems good for Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos). She is intelligent, has a loving family and great at martial arts. But things aren’t as perfect as they seem in the exclusive trailer for Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle.
Her martial arts class is taught by the Japanese conquerors who rule part of America, and being part of the Nazi Youth is expected of young men in the U.S.
The series takes place in an alternate history of the U.S., imagining what would have happened if the Allied Powers lost World War II. The series takes place 17 years after that loss. The Nazis control the eastern United States, while Japan controls the Pacific Coast.
Meanwhile, the Rocky Mountains have become a neutral zone, where a group of U.S. resistance fighters battle for independence. They believe the key to their success lies in old war footage, which shows that the Allies actually won the war.
The drama is based on sci-fi writer Philip K. Dick’s 1962 alternate history novel.
The Man in the High Castle debuts Nov. 20 on Amazon Prime.
Coming off its first-ever wins at the Emmys, Amazon is now setting its sights on the Comic-Con crowd. The studio is set to make its New York Comic-Con debut this year with a panel for its alternative history drama The Man in the High Castle, from X-Files producer Frank Spotnitz.
Sponitz is set to appear on the panel alongside stars Alexa Davalos, Luke Kleintank, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Joel De La Fuente and DJ Qualls on Friday, Oct. 9 at 4:15 at the Javits Center.
A new trailer will be screened, followed by a Q&A moderated by Mashable’s senior TV reporter, Sandra Gonzalez. Amazon is betting big on this series, based on the 1962 Philip K. Dick novel of the same name. It’s set in 1962 and imagines a world in which the Axis powers won World War II.
The same weekend as Comic-Con, Amazon will also host an exclusive fan screening of the show’s pilot — available for viewing now — as well as its second episode. That screening is set for Saturday, Oct. 10 at 9 p.m. at the IFC Center (323 Sixth Ave) in New York City. Prior to the screening, Mashable will host a Q&A with the cast and Spotnitz.
The Man in the High Castle will debut its entire 10-episode first season on Amazon Prime Nov. 20.
A great man with a fedora, a whip and a resemblance to Harrison Ford once said, “Nazis. I hate these guys.”
Though the thought of them running America kinda freaks us out a scosh, the alternate-history drama The Man in the High Castle debuting Nov. 20 on Amazon’s streaming-video service is awfully provocative. Based on the Philip K. Dick 1962 novel, the series imagines what happened if America had lost World War II and our land was divvied up among the Axis powers, with Germany ruling New York City and the East Coast while Japan took West Coast locales such as San Francisco. Bay Area woman Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) comes into possession of a mysterious film reel called The Grasshopper Lies Heavy — which contains strange (at least to her) footage that shows the Allies victorious and were created by someone known as “The Man in the High Castle” — and she takes it to the neutral Rocky Mountain States, where a resistance is forming to this new world order. There she runs into kind young New Yorker Joe Blake (Luke Kleintank), though in this world, it’s pretty much hard to trust anybody.
With Man in the High Castle having a major presence beginning Thursday at New York Comic Con, Amazon commissioned comic-book artist Ted Naifeh to create three limited-edition prints based on the show — you can check them out exclusively below. There will only be 1,000 of each, and fans and attendees can get them at the Comixology Artist Alley at the Javits Center.
I’ve added a couple new stills of Alexa in The Man In The High Castle and generously recapped all of Alexa’s episodes on Angel the series with higher quality screencaps. Enjoy!