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Paramount Home Media Distribution (Phmd) has acquired select Us home entertainment rights to the acclaimed film.
“We are thrilled and delighted to bring Richard Linklater’s extraordinary film to home viewing audiences,” said Amy Reinhard, president of worldwide television and home media acquisitions at Paramount.
Phmd will handle all physical and “internet digital” distribution following the theatrical run, while IFC will handle simultaneous VOD and Est sales to cable, satellite and telco providers.
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“Boyhood” has grown up to impress Hollywood’s studio system.
After breaking out this summer as a critical and box office hit for IFC Films, Paramount Home Media Distribution has acquired U.S. home entertainment rights to Richard Linklater’s drama. Deal should give the film considerable exposure at retail when it makes its way onto homevideo platforms sometime this fall.
The studio has yet to disclose when it will release the film, but Paramount will handle all physical and Internet digital home entertainment distribution following the film’s theatrical run. IFC Films will handle VOD and Est sales to cable, satellite and telco providers, releasing it simultaneously with Paramount’s efforts on certain platforms.
Linklater, who also wrote “Boyhood,” lensed the film over the past 12 years with Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette and Lorelei Linklater, in order to document star Ellar Coltrane growing up on screen as the character of Mason. »
- Marc Graser
Recently, HBO delivered the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Boardwalk Empire" episode 1 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "Golden Days for Boys and Girls,” and it sounds like things will get quite intriguing as Nucky teams up with Sally Wheet to get some stuff done, and more. In the new, 1st episode press release: Nucky (Steve Buscemi) is going to be awash in memories from pier-boy days growing up in 1884 Atlantic City, when the young Nucky (Nolan Lyons) caught the eye of the Commodore (John Elllison Conlee). In 1931 Cuba, Nucky is going to join Sally Wheet (Patricia Arquette) and, with a U.S. Senator in tow, will forge ties with Bacardi Rum in hopes of Prohibition’s repeal in the U.S. Working on Wall Street, Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) will find herself in the hot seat when her boss, facing an internal investigation, decides his own future. Down but never out, »
Looking at Boardwalk Empire, especially before I started to watch it I thought it was Sopranos in the probation era, but in truth it’s much more. Boardwalk Empire: The Complete Fourth Season reaches a time when organised crime was growing and the government was slowly taking notice. The rise of Al Capone was taking form, and although we do see his rise to power, for the most part this is still the tale of Enoch ‘Nucky’ Thompson and his Boardwalk Empire.
Having started to watch the show in the third season luckily I knew where the story was up to so far, or at least could place enough of the pieces together. Nucky played by Steve Buscemi is fixing a lot of the problems created by going on the offensive in the previous season and his deal with Chalky White (Michael K. Williams) is in place in the »
- Paul Metcalf
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The youngster is ordered by a judge to work with Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) “on loan” to assist with a cyber case — or else he goes to prison. Nelson struggles working for the Feds while trying to keep his fingertips out of the Deep Web, where he was groomed »
Shad Moss (aka Li'l Bow Wow, or just Bow Wow), has been cast as a series regular on CBS' "CSI" spinoff, "CSI: Cyber" - the 4th series in the "CSI" franchise, which, as the title suggests, will focus on cyber crimes. Moss will play a 19-year-old hacker named Brody "Baby Face" Nelson. "Baby Face" is a genius hacker - one of the most well-known and prolific in the world - who, after being apparently busted, is ordered by a judge to work with Special Agent Avery Ryan (the star of the series played by Patricia Arquette), applying his skills on cyber cases. Further, we are told that he grew up without any parental »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Moss has joined CSI: Cyber as a series regular, playing the role of Brody “Baby Face” Nelson. His character is described as “a cyber-intrusion savant,” or in other words, a really, really good hacker who’s ordered by a judge to work with Patricia Arquette’s Special Agent Avery Ryan. With jail as his only other option, Nelson agrees to help on with a cyber case. His series-long »
- Samantha Highfill
CBS’ upcoming spinoff “CSI: Cyber” continues to add to its cast, in the form of rapper/actor Shad Moss — aka Bow Wow. The series centers around a time when technology, as we know it, has amplified human behavior to the point where faceless criminals are committing crimes at global proportions with the touch of a button. Patricia Arquette will star as Avery Ryan, a special agent in the FBI's Cyber Crime Division. Also read: James Van Der Beek to Star in CBS’ ‘CSI: Cyber’ Moss will play Brody “Baby Face” Nelson, a hacker who's ordered by a judge to either work with. »
- Tim Kenneally
CSI: Cyber is going hip-hop. Rapper and TV personality Bow Wow, born Shad Moss, has been cast as a series regular on CBS' CSI spinoff, the network announced Tuesday. Moss will play 19-year-old hacker Brody "Baby Face" Nelson. A cyber-intrusion savant, he's been ordered by a judge to work with Special Agent Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette) "on loan" to assist with a cyber case. Growing up without any parental guidance, Nelson joined "hacktivist" groups to give himself an extended family. His dilemma will be working for the feds while trying to keep his fingers out of
- Philiana Ng
TVLine has learned that the onetime resident of TV’s Eureka and Eastwick has landed the recurring role of Laura Kell, a premiere attorney in the public defender’s office who finds herself assigned to a suspected serial killer fingered by Los Angeles police detective Harry Bosch (played by Lost‘s Titus Welliver).
The freshman finale of The Blacklist left us with plenty of unanswered questions — and from the looks of it, Season 2 will pose even more.
NBC has released a handful of photos from the drama’s Season 2 premiere (airing Sept. 22 at 10/9c), and there’s a whooooole lot that we need cleared up.
Among the head-scratchers:
* What could be inside not one, but two important-looking envelopes?
* Where are Liz and Red currently laying low? On one hand, the duo is sitting in plain sight on the front »
On Monday’s episode of Under the Dome (CBS, 10/9c), Barbie learns firsthand that there are secrets beyond Chester’s Mill — and TVLine has an exclusive first look at his big discovery.
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When Barbie hacks into his dad’s computer (with the help of tech whiz Hunter, played by The Young and the Restless‘ Max Ehrich), he finds that his father knows a bit more about the dome than he’s letting on — and it could mean trouble for Julia.
Press Play on the video above, then hit the comments with your theories »
Reunited and it feels so… quirky.
MacLachlan’s comeback will coincide with the previously-announced return of Carrie Preston’s Elsbeth, with whom his character generated major sparkage (both in the courtroom and out).
Will lightning strike twice for the loopy lawyers?
“They haven’t sent me any scripts [yet]… the only thing I know is that he and I have a little sparring thing that we do,” Preston told TVLine »
IFC Films expanded “Boyhood” into 771 theaters nationwide, and Richard Linklater‘s tale of a family's evolution moved into the top ten at the North American box office with $2.1 million. That's a $2,789 per-location average for the drama, which is up to $13.8 million overall since its limited opening six weeks ago. Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke and Lorelei Linklater star in the 12-years-in-the-making film. The opening of the comedy “The Trip to Italy” provided more good news for IFC. Also read: ‘The Trip to Italy’ Review: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon Serve Up More Delicious Mid-Life Crises The film, based on a British. »
- Todd Cunningham
Faces both familiar and new will be a part of Blue Bloods Season 5.
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For starters, TVLine has learned that Lights Out pugilist Holt McCallany is set to recur on the CBS drama as Robert McCoy, the speed-dating match-up whom Erin wound up (awkwardly) facing in the courtroom during Season 4. Now, though, McCoy is serving as the interim D.A.
Additionally, McCallany’s Lights Out castmate Bill Irwin (also of CSI, Svu) will recur as Cardinal Brennan, the Archbishop of the New York Diocese, while Tony nominee Latanya Richardson Jackson (A Raisin in the Sun »
Patricia Arquette will soon return to the scene of the crime.
Ahead of CSI: Cyber’s spring debut on CBS, Arquette will reprise her role as Special Agent Avery Ryan, head of the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division, on the Nov. 2 episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, per Entertainment Weekly.
Arquette first appeared on the procedural last April, on a backdoor pilot for the Cyber spinoff.
Season 15 of CSI kicks off Sunday, Sept. 28 at 10/9c.
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* Oz alum/recent »
We are still two weeks away from the official start of the movie awards season with the launch of the Venice, Telluride and Toronto fall festivals but quite frankly the Hollywood Foreign Press Association got things rolling Thursday night with their annual Grants Banquet. The organization doled out $1.9 million for worthy charitable causes. This year marks the first time the event, held at the Beverly Hilton each August, took place in the evening rather than as a luncheon. Considering that just about every studio awards consultant was present and that several hopefuls from seen and yet unseen movies were enlisted to accept the various grants, you could say the race is off and running. Especially given that the HFPA’s Golden Globes show ranks only behind the Oscars and Grammys in viewership among kudofests.
Second-term HFPA President Theo Kingma told me that switching the event to nighttime was his idea »
- Pete Hammond
The timing was different from past years, but the goals remained the same for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and its guests: the organization handed out $1.9 million in grants Thursday, while many in Hollywood used the event as an opportunity for awards schmoozing.
Channing Tatum, Morgan Freeman, Sofia Vergara and Minnie Driver were among the stars who got laughs with their ad libs, but mostly the emphasis was on fast efficiency. In one hour, more than 20 stars, including Robert Pattinson, Chris Evans, Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette and Kerry Washington announced donations to nearly 50 non-profit organizations and scholarship programs.
The HFPA’s Grants Banquet, held at the BevHilton Thursday night, followed the tradition of formally introducing the HFPA slate of officers, who were elected two months ago. The event was switched to the evening, rather than the usual luncheon, so that the 400 industry guests could be less distracted by emails, texts »
- Tim Gray
Patricia Arquette is returning to CSI this fall.
EW has learned exclusively that the actress will reprise her role as Special Agent Avery Ryan in an episode slated for Nov. 2. Ryan is the head of the FBI’s Cyber Crime Division that will be explored on the new spin-off series CSI: Cyber. Arquette previously appeared on CSI in a backdoor pilot episode for Cyber last spring.
CSI returns Sept. 28 at 10 p.m., while CSI: Cyber will air on Sundays at 10 p. »
- Natalie Abrams
With each passing week (and really each passing day, considering the numbers), Richard Linklater’s incredibly well received film Boyhood is becoming a bigger and bigger indie box office success. Ever since it debuted to an almost religious response at the Sundance Film Festival back in January, we’ve known that the movie would be a critical favorite. The question was always if the flick would be seen by anyone outside of the niche independent audience that goes to art houses and pays attention to reviews. Well, I’m here to say that Boyhood is being seen by way more folks than that, which is only helping it become a more and more viable Oscar player. It’s made $10.5 million and there’s plenty more to come. The movie was never going to be an easy sell. A nearly three hour coming of age story that rewards patience and noticing subtle changes? »
- Joey Magidson
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