'Lost' star Daniel Dae Kim confronted the creators of the TV series about the way his character in the show played on Asian stereotypes.
The creator of HBO's acclaimed "Watchmen" series, which debuted last year with a depiction of the Tulsa Race Massacre and which was set in the city, has donated $19,021 toward construction of a history center about the 1921 events.
Oklahoma Humanities will match Damon Lindelof's fundraising challenge benefiting the Greenwood Rising history center and exhibit set to open in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 2021.
The filming of movies and TV shows has been shut down, but the pandemic hasn’t kept studios and filmmakers from making new deals for future projects, and includes several Oklahomans and Oklahoma-made projects.
The Tulsa Juneteenth Block Party livecast can be accessed beginning 6 p.m. Saturday, June 20.
The "Watchmen" series sprang from a critically acclaimed graphic novel.
The HBO show based in Tulsa dealt with a lot of the problems that have come into sharp focus for America this past month.
Damon Lindelof, the creator of this limited series — set in Tulsa and telling a story that begins with the 1921 race massacre in the Greenwood District— dedicated the award to the victims of the tragedy.
Correction: In the original version of this story, the first name of "Watchmen" creator Damon Lindelof was incorrect. The story has been updated.
Tulsa County data for COVID-19 was incorrectly reported Monday. As of May 31, 1,014 cases of COVID-19 had been confirmed in Tulsa County.
In a Monday Tulsa World story, the first name of "Watchmen" TV series creator Damon Lindelof was incorrectly reported.
HBO will not pursue a second season of its Tulsa-set series “Watchmen” because of the departure of its writer and creator Damon Lindelof.
When Tulsa actor Tim Blake Nelson told the Tulsa World that the creator of HBO’s “Watchmen” series had built a “weird, provocative and dangerous world,” he wasn’t kidding.
Nelson plays Looking Glass, a Tulsa Police detective who wears a mirrored-mask and is a partner to Angela Abar/Sister Night, the main character portrayed by Oscar-winner Regina King.
There were two reasons to choose Tulsa, said Damon Lindelof, the show's creator.
Nicole Kassell is the executive producer/director of "Watchmen," and she directed the pilot, including the staging of the Tulsa Race Massacre, that premieres on HBO on Sunday, Oct. 20.
Who will watch the “Watchmen” when it premieres on HBO this month?
Speaking with the assembled press at the Television Critics Association, series creator Damon Lindelof last month revealed that the show —based on the Alan Moore graphic novel to be set in Tulsa — will tackle social issues related to the political ideology that has been at the center of present-day issues regarding race in America.
'Watchmen' will debut in the fall, but no release date has been announced. Here's what we know about the series so far.
The series will be based on one of the most revered comic-book series in history, and Nelson has worked previously in the superhero genre on film in "The Incredible Hulk" and "Fantastic Four."
Damon Lindelof is "remixing" the 1986 graphic novel "Watchmen" for an HBO pilot. What's the Tulsa connection?
“Tomorrowland” is a Disney film that takes its name directly from one of its theme parks’ many “lands.” It is intended to be one of the most magical places you could possibly visit, with one thrill-ride after another — both the theme park and the new movie.
The Disney film leaves you wanting much more out of this beautifully designed science-fiction fantasy that expects more out of all of us if the Earth is to survive.