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London — Benedict Cumberbatch has been nominated for the BAFTA Television Awards for the third time for his role in “Sherlock,” while James Corden is on the short-list as the co-creator of comedy thriller “The Wrong Mans.”
“Marvellous,” which is the true story of Neil Baldwin, who refused to let the label of being someone learning difficulties hold him back, received nominations for single drama, leading actor for Toby Jones and supporting actress for Gemma Jones.
- Leo Barraclough
Mark Wahlberg, Scott Stuber, Dylan Clark, Stephen Levinson and "60 Minutes" senior producer Michael Radutzky are all set to produce "Patriots' Day," a film about the events of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, for CBS Films.
No director or actor is attached to the project, but Wahlberg himself may take on one of those roles. Matt Charman ("Bridge of Spies") is writing the screenplay based on the account of Boston Police commissioner Ed Davis.
Davis worked with the FBI, Watertown Police Department, Boston P.D., Massachusetts State Police and local first responders to track, identify and apprehend the suspected bombers.
Source: Variety »
- Garth Franklin
There are now officially two competing movies about the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013. 20th Century Fox already has "Boston Strong" in development with Daniel Espinosa ("Safe House") directing. Now, CBS Films has announced "Patriot's Day" is in the works from screenwriter Matt Chapman ("Bridge of Spies") and producers Scott Stuber, Mark Wahlberg, Dylan Clark, Stephen Levinson and Michael Radutzky. Based on the personal account of Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis, "Patriot's Day" is the first collaboration between "60 Minutes" and CBS Films and will feature information revealed in a report by Radutzky. The studio has also secured Davis' life rights to tell the story and Mark Wahlberg is likely on board to play him. According to a release from CBS, "Commissioner Davis played an integral role in working with the FBI, Watertown Police Department, Boston Police Department, Massachusetts State Police and local first responders to track, identify and apprehend the suspected bombers. »
- Gregory Ellwood
The 1983 breakup of The Police was a mystery and a disappointment to their fans who looked to the band's fusion of multicultural sounds and musical proficiency on songs like "Roxanne," "Message in a Bottle," and the great paranoia anthem, "Every Breath You Take," as an oasis in the pastel, plastic 1980s sonic landscape. Guitarist Andy Summers documents the interrupted rise of the band in Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police. He chatted with me about what exactly happened, what it took to reunite, and how Sting "wasn't a team player."The Lady Miz Diva: Why did you feel now was the time for this documentary? Andy Summers: Well, you know, actually, I felt the time was many years ago. It's been around for quite...
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The Voice judges on Alan Carr’s Chatty Man sofa, Dexys’ Duke of York’s residence in Nowhere Is Home and Js Bach’s home help explored in Written By Mrs Bach. Plus: Bear Grylls continues his Mission Survive, a Big Easy slaying in NCIS: New Orleans and the origin of Frank Drebin in Police Squad!
It is recognised that Johann Sebastian Bach composed his greatest works after meeting his second wife, singer Anna Magdalena Wilcke. In this film, musicologist Martin Jarvis, composer Sally Beamish and forensic scientist Heidi Harralson explore the theory that Mrs Bach’s influence may have extended beyond service as a muse and stenographer. This has been a crusade for Jarvis for many years, and has been just as persistently rubbished by many. Still, he remains endearingly undaunted. Also featuring silly reconstructions. Andrew Mueller
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- Andrew Mueller, John Robinson, Mark Jones, Graeme Virtue, Rachel Aroesti, Ali Catterall and David Stubbs
In the creatively combative trio the Police, guitarist Andy Summers is the quiet one, less comfortable with the spotlight than singer/bassist Sting, and more reserved than drummer Stewart Copeland. Director Andy Grieve uses Summers's memoir One Train Later as the basis for Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving the Police, a documentary that echoes the musician's measured tone. Summers was a wunderkind and late bloomer, immersed in London's Swinging Sixties music scene by his early twenties, but not achieving his own success until nearly forty. (In footage from the Eighties, his decade-younger bandmates try to convince one interviewer that the Andy Summers who played with the Animals and Soft Machine was actually his father.) Through disappointment and stardom »
Kendall Jenner walking in the Chanel fashion show at Paris Fashion Week may have been her best gig yet. But was it shady that sister Kim Kardashian missed the big event even though she was in Paris at the time? If you remember correctly, Kendall didn’t want her there to begin with.
When she walked for Chanel this week, mom Kris Jenner and Anna Wintour were among the stars in the crowd, yet Kim was nowhere to be seen. Her rep tells The Gossip Table that she missed the show for a “business meeting for a prior engagement.”
Before the Shade Police come out to attack, think back to November when Kendall admitted that she didn’t want her sister at her shows. “It was more of a mutual understanding,” she told Good Morning America. “I think if my sister was sitting front row, and my sister is who she is, »
- Taylor Ferber
"...police 'Chief Wiggum' is mistakenly delivered a military jet pack, which he gleefully accepts and uses in order to fight crime.
"But when the jet pack crashes into the church, the congregation, led by 'Marge' must resort to gambling and counting cards in order to collect money to repair the damage done..."
Voice cast includes Dan Castellaneta as 'Homer Simpson', Julie Kavner as 'Marge Simpson', Nancy Cartwright as 'Bart Simpson' and 'Nelson', Yeardley Smith as 'Lisa Simpson', Hank Azaria as 'Moe', Harry Shearer as 'Skinner', Tress MacNeille as 'Dolph' and Pamela Hayden as 'Milhouse'.
- Michael Stevens
This week in wrestling left us with a lot of questions. For example, does Jbl know that The Daily Show airs on Comedy Central and not “The Comedy Channel?” Does Dolph Ziggler realize that referring to himself as good looking isn’t an endearing babyface trait? And how do people continually keep stealing The Undertaker’s urn? You’d think after the second or third time that thing was taken he’d buy a safe to keep it in.
Sometimes, I just want WWE to at least pretend that other wrestling companies that they don’t own exist. On Raw, Hhh questioned Booker T why Sting didn’t show up in WWE sooner. If only he had responded “Because we were in The Main Event Mafia together sucka!” It’s not like Booker T and Sting played different roles in Tna, they were the same guys they were in WCW. »
- Andrew Soucek
Bobbi Kristina Brown's aunt, Leolah Brown, publicly claimed on Saturday that her niece's boyfriend, Nick Gordon, is under investigation for "attempted murder" in connection with the 22-year-old's near drowning. Brown made the claim on Facebook after it was revealed that Gordon would be taking part in an intervention that will be aired during an episode of The Dr. Phil Show on March 11. A source told People that a "distraught" Brown had already checked into rehab following the appearance. Brown's post, which was directed to Dr. Phil, took issue with the fact that Gordon was appearing on the show. "Nick Gordon »
- Maria Mercedes Lara, @maria_mercedes
Bobbi Kristina Brown's aunt, Leolah Brown, publicly claimed on Saturday that her niece's boyfriend, Nick Gordon, is under investigation for "attempted murder" in connection with the 22-year-old's drowning. Brown made the claim on Facebook after it was revealed that Gordon would be taking part in an intervention that will be aired during an episode of The Dr. Phil Show on March 11. A source told People that a "distraught" Brown had already checked into rehab following the appearance. Brown's post, which was directed to Dr. Phil, took issue with the fact that Gordon was appearing on the show. "Nick Gordon »
- Maria Mercedes Lara, @maria_mercedes
Nick Gordon - the boyfriend of Bobbi Kristina Brown - has checked into rehab, a source tells People. "Nick did go to rehab," says a source close to the Brown family. "He is very distraught over what is going on. He really wants to see her. He is upset about a lot of things: her being sick, him never getting respect (from her family.)" It was revealed on Thursday that Dr. Phil McGraw held an "emotionally charged" intervention with the man Bobbi Kristina has called "her husband" on The Dr. Phil Show, which will air March 11 on CBS. In the episode, »
- K.C. Baker, @kcbaker77777
There were only two steals left going into tonight's round of battles on The Voice UK, so it was always going to be a bit dramatic, right? Sure enough, the 12 remaining battle pairings pulled no punches as they took to the ring to persuade their coaches to put them through to the knockouts.
So without further ado, here are all the details of tonight's action - who made it, who didn't, and who grabbed those final two steals from Will and Rita...
Battle #1: Letitia George vs Vikesh Champaneri
Song: 'Under Pressure' - Queen
What happened in rehearsals? Letitia was pulling out the fighting talk pretty quickly (even surprising herself!) whereas Vikesh suddenly had a crisis of confidence - and even got a little bit annoyed with Letitia singing his bits ("Shh! It's my turn!") He admitted to Ricky that he didn't feel he could keep up with Letitia, »
Lloyd William Fonvielle Jr., whose work encompassed essays, short stories and Hollywood screenplays, died Feb. 19 in Las Vegas. He was 64.
The cause of death was hypertension and Copd, according to the Las Vegas coroner’s office.
Fonvielle’s screenplay credits include two films directed by Franc Roddam, “The Lords of Discipline” and “The Bride,” with Sting and Jennifer Beals; as well as “Gotham,” which he also directed. In 1996 he wrote “Little Surprises,” a 36-minute comedy directed by Jeff Goldblum that was Oscar-nominated for live-action short. He was accorded story credit on 1999’s “The Mummy,” and on Prince’s “Cherry 2000,” which he also executive produced.
Born in Wilmington, N.C., Fonvielle grew up in North Carolina and Washington, D.C., attended prep school in Concord, New Hampshire, and spent a year at Stanford before he dropped out to pursue writing. He lived in New York City and Southern California for 30 years, »
- Seth Kelley
Per our sister site Deadline, the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel (fka Hallmark Movie Channel) has greenlit Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise, with an eye on a fall premiere.
Selleck’s most recent turn as Jesse Stone circa May 2012 drew 12.8 million viewers for CBS, easily topping that Sunday night in total audience, but mustered just a 1.2 demo rating, placing it behind an America’s Got Talent rerun.
Related storiesTVLine Items: New Doctor Who Baddie, Shameless Upgrade, »
We are into March and it is only a little more than a month until WrestleMania 31 in California. Last week was one of the times when I felt like I’d wasted time watching Raw, so I was hoping the Road to WrestleMania might take a more interesting and entertaining turn tonight, and I’m glad to say that, for the most-part, it did.
With the same old matches now being booked again, and some surprising things happening, this episode of Raw from New Jersey was good. It wasn’t great, but some of the parts of it were, and we’ll get into that in this column.
Dean Ambrose defeated Bad News Barrett The Uso’s & Naomi beat Tyson Kidd, Cesaro & Natalya John Cena squashed Curtis Axel Paige beat Nikki Bella via Dq Daniel Bryan defeated Luke Harper Seth Rollins beat Roman Reigns
The opening segment of »
- Chris Cummings
According to The Mirror, Essex Police have decided not to take any action over the recording, which was leaked to The Sun over the weekend.
In the tape, Osborne is allegedly heard telling his ex-girlfriend Megan Tomlin - the mother of his son Teddy - that he will stab her if she sleeps with another man.
However, a spokesperson for Essex Police has now said: "A 23-year-old man from Barking will face no further police action in relation to this matter."
The rep also insisted that there is "no suggestion" that the recording was leaked to the media by an officer.
The Los Angeles Police Department took to Twitter late Sunday to address a fatal shooting of a homeless man on Skid Row earlier in the day, while others used the social media service to express outrage over the incident caught entirely on camera. “It’s important to #Lapd that the facts related to this and all officer involved shootings are shared with the community,” the department tweeted. “We will continue to keep you updated on this investigation in an effort to continue to enhance transparency between the #Lapd and Community.” See video: Samuel L. Jackson Challenges Celebrities to Sing Out Against Police. »
- Joe Otterson
Rizzoli & Isles has been around for five seasons, and the 18-episode release of the latest season is headed your way. It hits June 9th, and has some interesting bonus features.
The show has had some ups and downs, with some episodes feeling decidedly clunky, but it hasn’t hurt the ratings, and the show has become the hit of TNT.
The release puts this one in your hand in time for the sixth season premiere, in case you need to do any catching up and/or revisiting.
Check out all the info below, and make sure to pick up your copy.
Four-Disc Set Includes All 18 Episodes from the Show’s Fifth Season
Plus Never-Before-Seen Bonus Material
Get set for another exciting season of the chartbusting, suspenseful hit cable series Rizzoli & Isles, with Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s (Wbhe) release of Rizzoli & Isles: The Complete Fifth Season, available June 9, 2015. Angie Harmon »
- Marc Eastman
Looks like Fifty Shades of Grey might be a one-pump chump.
Though the movie made a record $80-something million during its first weekend, The Hollywood Reporter reports that its box office saw a “massive” 73 percent decline in the U.S. the second weekend. (Though it’s still made over $400 globally, so really, who cares?)
To be honest, we’re surprised: We assumed fans of the book and the plus ones they dragged with them would see it the first weekend, then word would spread that it wasn’t as bad as expected and everyone else would see it the next weekend. Here are nine possible reasons that proved untrue:
Watch: Dakota Johnson argues with her mom about ‘Fifty Shades’ at Oscars
1. Everyone Who Wanted to See It Already Saw It: As evidenced by that massive haul the first weekend. Fifty Shades is the fastest-selling R-rated movie in history, but maybe anyone who had any interest in ever »
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