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The already star-studded voice cast of Netflix’s multi-Emmy-winning Trollhunters is about to get another healthy dose of star power, as Deadline reports that three acting heavyweights have signed on for recurring roles in the show’s second season.
Film and TV stars Mark Hamill (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Lena Headey (Game of Thrones) and David Bradley (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix) will lend their voices to the acclaimed animated children’s Netflix program, which comes from Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water) and DreamWorks Animation TV. They will be joined by returning season 1 cast members Charlie Saxton, Jonathan Hyde, Kelsey Grammer, Ron Perlman, Amy Landecker, Steven Yeun and Anjelica Huston. The star of the show, Anton Yelchin, recorded nearly all of his lines through season 2 before his untimely death, so his voice will once again be heard in the forthcoming season.
Hamill will play »
- Justin Cook
It's official, my fellow fantasy fans! Mark Hamill and Game Of Thrones royalty, Lena Headey and David Bradley, have signed on to join the recurring voice cast for Season 2 of Dreamworks and Guillermo del Toro's Trollhunters! After signing on the dotted line, the high-profile trio will join the animation's season one cast that features Kelsey Grammer in his Emmy-winning role... Read More »
- Steve Seigh
Mark Hamill (Star Wars franchise), Game of Thrones‘ Lena Headey and David Bradley (Doctor Who) have joined the recurring voice cast for Season 2 of Netflix's acclaimed DreamWorks Trollhunters, from Guillermo del Toro and DreamWorks Animation TV. They join the Season 1 cast that includes Kelsey Grammer in his Emmy-winning role as Blinky, Ron Perlman (Bular), Steven Yeun (Steve), Anjelica Huston (Queen Ursurna), Jonathan Hyde (Strickler), Amy Landecker (Barbara) and Charlie… »
Network: Amazon. Episodes: Nine (hour). Seasons: One. TV show dates: July 28, 2017 — September 11, 2017. Series status: Cancelled. Performers include: Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Lily Collins, Rosemarie DeWitt, Dominique McElligott, Enzo Cilenti, Mark O’Brien, Jessica De Gouw, Koen De Bouw, Jennifer Beals, Saul Rubinek, and Eion Bailey. TV show description: A drama, The Last Tycoon TV show centers on "Hollywood's Golden Boy" Monroe Stahr (Bomer). The young impressario struggles with studio boss Pat Brady (Kelsey Grammer), over the path the studio should take. When the Nazi regime informs the studio that they will have to abide by Hitler's standards, if they want to release their films in Germany, Stahr refuses to go along. Brady allows them to nix Stahr's new film project -- a love »
Vulture Watch What future awaits Monroe Stahr? Is The Last Tycoon TV show cancelled or renewed for a second season on Amazon? The television vulture is watching all the latest TV cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Last Tycoon season two Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? Streaming on the Amazon Prime Video paid subscription platform, The Last Tycoon stars Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Lily Collins, Rosemarie DeWitt, Dominique McElligott, Enzo Cilenti, Mark O’Brien, Jessica De Gouw, Koen De Bouw, Jennifer Beals, Saul Rubinek, and Eion Bailey. Inspired by the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, the period drama centers on “Hollywood’s Golden Boy” Monroe Stahr (Bomer). The young producer struggles with studio boss Pat Brady (Grammer), over the »
On the heels of reversing its decision to renew Z: The Beginning of Everything for a second season, Amazon has cancelled The Last Tycoon TV show, after only one season. The drama series -- inspired by F. Scott Fitzgerald's unfinished novel of the same name -- comes from writer and director Billy Ray. Streaming on the Amazon Prime Video paid subscription platform, The Last Tycoon stars Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Lily Collins, Rosemarie DeWitt, Dominique McElligott, Enzo Cilenti, Mark O’Brien, Jessica De Gouw, Koen De Bouw, Jennifer Beals, Saul Rubinek, and Eion Bailey. The period drama centers on “Hollywood’s Golden Boy” Monroe Stahr (Bomer). The young producer struggles with studio boss Pat Brady (Grammer), over the path they should take. The two clash, when the Nazi regime informs them that they will have to abide by Hitler’s standards, if they want to release their »
Demi Lovato was spotted at Disneyland this weekend with her friends, but among the familiar members of her squad like Kelsey Kershner, Sirah, Matthew Scott Montgomery, and Tucker Cauble, we couldn't help but notice a new addition. The 25-year-old "Sorry Not Sorry" singer walked hand in hand with Lauren Abedini, who goes by Kittens, while at the park in California. The two had huge smiles on their faces as they enjoyed their time in the happiest place on Earth, and we guess that's why people on Twitter were quick to assume the two were a couple. Neither of them has confirmed or denied anything, but that hasn't stopped Demi's fans from freaking out. Demi making the decision to go public with her girlfriend pic.twitter.com/dKCQ9kxo4h - ❈ (@dopeIectric) September 11, 2017 Yes Honey Yes Yes Omg Look At Her And Her Girlfriend pic.twitter.com/jqvKuyiLh3 - Drea (@Flawless »
- Celia Fernandez
While Hurricane Irma races its way through Florida, those seeking refuge at the Meadow Woods Middle School in Orlando had a dash of sunshine Sunday morning when Kristen Bell graced their premises on Sunday morning, as reported by Vulture.
Bell was in Florida when Irma hit the coasts, filming a new comedy called “Like Father” starring alongside Kelsey Grammer. Earlier during the weekend, as the storm was getting to Florida, Bell turned to Twitter to look for a rather unusual collection of supplies in the Orlando area: a keyboard, a microphone, and an amp.
Anyone in orlando near epcot play piano? And have a keyboard and Mic and amp?
— Kristen Bell (@IMKristenBell) September 9, 2017
Orlaaando, i looove you! I found a mic, amp, keys and accompanist… thank you orlando!! #Irma2017
— Kristen Bell (@IMKristenBell) September 10, 2017
This was in an attempt to bring some bliss to the citizens of Florida through songs. “When #HurricaneIrma is at your heels, »
- Alberto Achar
Although the X-Men film franchise has proven to be among the most enduring and bankable in the superhero genre today, it’s impossible to deny that it’s experienced a few missteps along the way. Luckily, director Matthew Vaughn put the series back on track with 2011’s First Class, a flick that many would describe as a “soft reboot.” Followed soon after by Days of Future Past and Apocalypse (both directed by Bryan Singer), one could say that Fox is embracing the source material like never before.
Next on the agenda is that of X-Men: Dark Phoenix, which we can only hope will right the wrongs of 2006’s The Last Stand. Granted, it’s been said the upcoming blockbuster will be a bit more “grounded” and less cosmic than the comic book arc serving as inspiration, but Simon Kinberg couldn’t possibly do more damage than Brett Ratner did, right? »
- Eric Joseph
Kirsten Howard Sep 11, 2017
There's some unfortunate news for viewers who have recently made their way through the first season of Amazon's The Last Tycoon, we're afraid - plans to continue the series have been ditched.
Confirmation of the series' cancellation has arrived hot on the heels of last week's revelation from the retail giant and streaming service that they'd reversed their decision to renew Z: The Beginning Of Everything.
Amazon are on a bit of a cancellation spree at the moment, nixing shows with low ratings to concentrate on spending their cash more wisely on projects that might be bigger hits. It's a »
Meanwhile, having previously given the go ahead to a second season of Z: The Beginning of Everything (and spending $7 million during pre-production), the streaming service also opted to pull the plug on the Christina Ricci-headlined show, which based on the life of Fitzgerald’s wife Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald.
Apparently, Amazon is tightening its belt and shifting its focus as it continues to search for a large-scale hit. »
- Gary Collinson
- Amanda Hayman
Amazon Studios has decided to close up shop on “The Last Tycoon,” pulling the plug on the expensive hour-long drama based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s final, unfinished novel. The show, which took place in 1930s Hollywood, starred Matt Bomer as film producer Monroe Stahr and Kelsey Grammer as his boss, Pat Brady, as the two battled for control of their studio. “The Last Tycoon” also featured Lily Collins, Dominique McElligott and Enzo Cilenti. It’s the second drama canceled by the streaming giant in three days, as Amazon pulled the plug on Cristina Ricci’s Zelda Fitzgerald (F. Scott’s wife) series “Z, »
- Matt Pressberg
Amazon’s adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s unfinished novel The Last Tycoon has been canceled, Deadline has confirmed. The announcement of its cancellation comes shortly after the streaming giant axed Z: The Beginning Of Everything, another Fitzgerald-centric project starring Christina Ricci. Written and directed by Billy Ray, the period drama starred Matt Bomer, Kelsey Grammer, Rosemarie DeWitt and Lily Collins and was inspired by the life of film mogul Irving… »
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The Last Tycoon was released on July 28 to mixed reviews. Based on the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel, the hour-long drama took viewers back to the glory days of Hollywood, as golden boy Monroe Stahr (Bomer) battled his father figure (Frasier‘s Kelsey Grammer) for the soul of their studio; Lily Collins (The Blind Side) and Rosemarie DeWitt (United States of Tara) co-starred.
Amazon’s decision »
Amazon Studios scrapped plans for a second season of another Fitzgerald drama, “Z: The Beginning of Everything,” starring Christina Ricci, just a couple of days ago. Both cancellations seem to reflect a sea change at Amazon Studios, one mandated by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
Variety broke the news on Friday night that Bezos is pushing Amazon Studios toward a massive strategy shift, looking for the streaming service to find its own global hit like “Game of Thrones.” In an interview, Amazon Studios chief Roy Price said they’re looking for “big shows that can make the biggest difference around the world.”
- Alex Stedman
Kelsey Grammer and ex Camille Grammer's daughter Mason Grammer is back on the runway! The 15-year-old walked the catwalk Thursday at the Malan Breton Collection spring/summer 2018 fashion show in a gorgeous, off-the-shoulder, teal patterned ball gown. She also showcased a belted bronze skater mini dress. "Mason I'm so proud of you my angel," her mom, best known as a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, wrote on Instagram. "@mason.grammer so happy you had a great time. Love you so much." This is not Mason's first rodeo; The teen had made five past appearances at New York Fashion Week, including last February, when she walked the runway at the Malan Breton »
The 15-year-old made her sixth appearance at the New York Fashion Week on Thursday, according to Page Six.
“It always feels like the first time, it’s just an amazing experience,” she told the outlet. Her mother was with her and said she only lets her daughter work Fashion Week if she keeps her school grades up.
“I am so proud, she’s a good person, she’s a good girl, in school she’s getting all A’s right now,” Camille said. “She’s »
- Alexia Fernandez
The hilarious Forbidden Shakespeare – The Tempest offers an evening of improvised Shakespeare and song featuring Charles Lester playing a theremin and an intergalactic star-studded cast including Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks, William Shatner, Kyle Maclachlan, Michael Chiklis, David Cross improvising their way through a condensed version of The Tempest. Additional participants will be announced shortly.
The evening is sponsored by the Entertainment Industry Foundation and includes a pre-show wine reception kindly provided by the Gallo Family of Wines, followed by a post performance reception with the cast. All proceeds from the event support the Scla and its arts-based employment programs for chronically unemployed veterans and urban youth, that blend White House award-winning »
One of the unexpected joys of Amazon’s “The Last Tycoon,” which debuted in July, is actress Jennifer Beals’ turn as Margo Taft, an ambitious screen siren who is caught between feuding studio heads Pat Brady (Kelsey Grammer) and Louis B. Mayer (Saul Rubinek, playing the real-life mogul behind MGM). Margo’s storyline is the liveliest of “The Last Tycoon,” largely due to the vim of Beals herself — after finagling her way into a Brady picture, she demands that the director come to her dressing room and drop his pants, so that she can take the measure of the man who might try to order her around. (Margo doesn’t make the poor sucker go through with it — but the point, as she explains with a sultry air, is that he was willing to.)
But ultimately Margo is nearly undone by a long-buried secret that comes to light mid-season. When her beloved maid Lucille (L. Scott Caldwell) dies »
- Sonia Saraiya
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