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After closing a slew of deals on Loving Vincent in the run-up to Cannes, the upcoming film continues to entice buyers and the public alike, with Noeltner claiming that more than 110million people have watched the teaser.
Rights have gone in Japan (Parco), Scandinavia (Non-Stop), Italy (Adler), Colombia (CineColombia), and Israel (Shoval). Noeltner is in talks with interested parties for Us rights.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
CBS has released the first trailer for its upcoming crime drama series Training Day. A follow-up to Antoine Fuqua’s 2001 film (with Fuqua executive producing alongside Jerry Bruckheimer), the show picks up fifteen years after the movie and stars Drew Van Acker, Bill Paxton, Katrina Law, Lex Scott Davis, Julie Benz, Justin Cornwell and Marianne Jean-Baptiste. Check it out here…
Inspired by the Oscar®-winning movie, Training Day is a crime thriller that asks: do the ends justify the means? When a young, idealistic police officer goes undercover in the elite Special Investigation Section of the Lapd, he’s tasked with spying on his new partner, a seasoned detective who engages in questionable methods. As this rogue cop starts teaching his principled trainee the way of the streets, they form an uneasy alliance that will irrevocably change the course of both their lives.
- Amie Cranswick
During its upfront presentation in New York City today, CBS unveiled the first look at their new fall lineup, which features two titles that many viewers may recognize. The network will debut the new shows MacGyver and Training Day this season, with MacGyver debuting this fall in the Friday 8 Pm time slot, while Training Day is being held for a midseason debut. After the network's presentation, the first trailers and photos were released for both of these upcoming shows, which you can check out below.
A secret agent unlike any other, MacGyver escapes perilous situations with nothing but a paper clip, his trusty knife and his wit. A dynamic reimagining of the hit TV series, this action packed origin story follows a young hero as he undertakes missions to save lives and change the world. This action-adventure drama from CBS follows 20-something Angus "Mac" MacGyver (Lucas Till) who creates a clandestine organization within the U. »
CBS has released the trailers for the new shows debuting during the network’s 2016-17 season, including the upcoming revival of “Star Trek.” The first look teaser for the sci-fi series had no footage, but promised “new crews, new villains, new heroes, new worlds.”
Though the logo simply says “Star Trek,” Variety has learned that the series will have a more specific title to be unveiled at a later date. Later installments in the “Star Trek” television franchise had titles that differentiated them from the original series — “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” “Star Trek: Voyager,” and “Star Trek: Enterprise.”
Check out the videos for the new series below.
“MacGyver,” a reimagining of the classic series, is an action-adventure »
- Laura Prudom
CBS is ready to jumpstart its fall season with a paper clip, rubber band, and lighter.
The network has ordered six new shows, including a reboot of the 1980s action series "MacGyver" and an adaptation of the movie "Training Day." The new shows also include comedies with big names as headliners: Matt LeBlanc and Joel McHale.
CBS has a lot of holes to fill in its schedule this fall. "The Good Wife" ended, "CSI: Cyber" was canceled (leaving the network without a "CSI" series for the first time in 16 years), and "Supergirl" is moving to The CW.
Here's a rundown of all the new CBS shows:
Synopsis: A drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw as the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time. »
- Kelly Woo
CBS is enlisting MacGyver to help fortify its 2016-2017 schedule.
The much-hyped reboot was one of four dramas the Eye network ordered to series on Friday, joining Jerry Bruckheimer’s Training Day remake, the Michael Weatherly-fronted Bull, and Jason Katims’ medical entry Pure Genius (fka Bunker Hill).
On the comedy side, CBS has Ok’d Joel McHale’s workplace sitcom The Great Indoors and Matt LeBlanc’s family satire Man With a Plan (fka I’m Not Your Friend). Speaking of the latter, The Office‘s Jenna Fischer — who was set to play LeBlanc’s wife — has exited the project for creative reasons. »
CBS has greenlit a slew of series for the 2016-2017 season.
In the comedy department, the network has ordered projects starring Matt LeBlanc and Joel McHale. As for dramas, CBS will be rebooting “Training Day,” “MacGyver,” plus has picked up a medical drama from Jason Katims and a new show starring “NCIS” star Michael Weatherly.
“Training Day” is based on the 2001 movie that starred Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke. The series revival stars Bill Paxton and newcomer Justin Cornwell. A crime thriller that begins 15 years after the events of the feature film left, the show is about an idealistic young police officer (Cornwell) who is appointed to an elite squad of the Lapd where he is partnered with a seasoned, morally ambiguous detective (Paxton). Drew Van Acker, Katrina Law, Lex Scott Davis and Julie Benz star alongside Paxton and Cornwell.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Bill Paxton will star in the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced 'Training, which picks up fifteen years after the events of the original film. He'll play a morally grey detective who gets partnered up with a young officer (Justin Cromwell). Julie Benz and Katrina Law also star.
Lucas Till stars in "MacGyver" which follows the twenty-something detective as he creates a clandestine organization to prevent disasters. George Eads is also onboard as a government employee with a love of eccentric conspiracies.
Those are just two of several shows CBS has picked up to series, the others being the Michael Weatherly-led "Bull" based on the early career of Dr. Phil, the medical technology drama "Pure Genius," the Matt LeBlanc-led multi-camera comedy "Man with a Plan, »
- Garth Franklin
Cornwell will play Kyle Craig, “an idealistic young African American police officer [who] is appointed to an elite squad of the Lapd, where he is partnered with a seasoned, morally ambiguous Caucasian detective (Paxton).”
Furthermore, the network has announced that Drew Van Acker, Katrina Law, Lex Scott Davis and Julie Benz have all signed on to appear in the pilot, which has been scripted by Will Beall and will be directed by Danny Cannon (Gotham).
- Gary Collinson
Danny Cannon helms and Will Beall pens the present-day reimagining of Antoine Fuqua's acclaimed 2001 feature. Set fifteen years later, the show centers on a bright, idealistic young African-American police officer named Kyle Craig (Cornwell) appointed to an elite squad of the Lapd where he is partnered with seasoned, morally ambiguous detective Frank Rourke (Paxton).
Kyle is fearless in the face of terrible odds and driven to avenge the murder of his cop father. Re-assigned to the Special Investigation Section, his secret job is to take down rogue cop Rourke. Drew Van Acker, Katrina Law, Lex Scott Davis and Julie Benz co-star.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Secretive sweethearts and lying ladies were in plentiful supply this Friday on CBS’ Hawaii Five-0.
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First and foremost — and tying into the Case of the Week in a neat way — was the truth about Catherine Rollins’ “aid work in South Asia” aka the reason she bailed on Steve at the start of the season. This week’s episode revolved around stolen data that could expose undercover CIA operatives all over the world. In and of itself, that’s pretty high stakes. But when Steve »
RelatedPilot Season ’16: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows and Stars
Penned by Castle vet Will Beall and picking up 15 years after the Denzel Washington/Ethan Hawke movie, the drama pilot centers on an idealistic young African-American police officer who is appointed to the Lapd’s elite Special Investigation Section (S.I.S.), where he is partnered with Frank Rourke, a seasoned, morally ambiguous detective (to be played by Big Love‘s Bill Paxton).
Per our sister site Deadline, »
Defiance star Julie Benz is set as a regular role opposite Bill Paxton in CBS’ drama pilot Training Day. Written by Will Beall and directed by Danny Cannon, Training Day is a present-day reimagining of Antoine Fuqua's acclaimed 2001 feature. Set 15 years after the film left off, the show centers on an idealistic young African-American police officer, Kyle Craig, who is appointed to an elite squad of the Lapd where he is partnered with seasoned, morally ambiguous detective… »
The Astronaut Wives Club actress will play an upbeat young doctor named Zoe in Jason Katims’ CBS drama pilot, our sister site Deadline reports.
The potential series from the Friday Night Lights and Parenthood executive producer follows a young Silicon Valley tech titan (The Borgias‘ Augustus Prew) who enlists a veteran surgeon with a controversial past (Enlightened‘s Dermot Mulroney) in starting a hospital with a cutting edge, “new school” approach to medicine.
If it gets picked up, Bunker Hill »
RelatedPilot Season ’16: Scoop on This Fall’s (Possible) New Shows, Who’s In Them
The TV vet has landed the female lead in CBS’ comedy pilot What Goes Around Comes Around — reuniting her with Jason Lee, with whom she guest-starred on My Name Is Earl. Our sister site Deadline broke the news.
The potential series, written by Dan Kopelman (Rules of Engagement, Galavant), follows two fortysomething parents — Robin (Milano) and Kenny (Lee) — who were wild and reckless teenagers and now face their worst nightmare: raising three adolescents of their own.
The Week in Trailers brings you all the cinematic teasers of movies to come from the last seven days – including the first trailer for the all-female Ghostbusters reboot, the first full-length trailer of Finding Dory, a new look at Tom Hiddleston in High-Rise and much, much more. Just click the images to watch…
The biggest trailer this week was undoubtedly the first look at Paul Feig’s all-female reboot/sequel/gender bender Ghostbusters. It hasn’t gone down too favourably in the Flickering Myth writers’ room.
Hot on its Ghostbuster car trails (now quite appropriately a hearse) comes the first full-length trailer of Finding Dory. Be warned of spoilers for the series’ first instalment, Finding Nemo: they found him.
Sticking with the animated genre, this week also saw new trailers for The Angry Birds Movie (yes, that’s actually a thing)…
…and Ice Age: Collision Course (yes, they’re »
- Oli Davis
A troubled young woman, Jackie (Julie Benz), with an unyielding alcohol addiction, is released from rehab and given a second chance with a new job and a furnished apartment at Havenhurst. Guilt-ridden over the tragic loss of her 8-year-old daughter, Jackie is quickly drawn into the mysteries of Havenhurst, in particular the unsolved disappearance of the apartment’s previous occupant, a young woman (Danielle Harris) she befriended in rehab who disappeared recently without a trace.
Aided by a hardened New York police detective (Josh Stamberg) and a lonely foster child (Belle Shouse) who lives under the shadow of her caretakers’ sadistic whims, Jackie must not only battle her inner demons… but the very real ones that live deep within the walls of Havenhurst. »
- Amie Cranswick
Havenhurst is a co-production from Protocol Entertainment and Twisted Pictures. This horror title, from director Andrew C. Erin, takes place in a strange apartment building. Here, residents succumb to dark forces. The film stars Julie Benz, Danielle Harris and Josh Stamberg. The film's first trailer is hosted here. The trailer is slightly dark. In the clip, a woman checks out of rehab and she checks into a mysterious locale. A manager has her own plans for Jackie (Benz). And, all of the exits are dead ends. A release date for the film has not been confirmed. With the film now complete, fans will not have to wait much longer as the film searches for a distributor. More details on Havenhurst are below. Release Date: Tba. Director: Andrew C. Erin. Writers: Andrew C. Erin and Daniel Farrands. Cast: Julie Benz, Fionnula Flanagan, Belle Shouse, Josh Stamberg and Danielle Harris. The film's »
- email@example.com (Michael Allen)
Voltage Pictures has premiered a new trailer for high-wire thriller Life on the Line, starring John Travolta as a blue-collar worker risking life and limb to restore downed power lines across the country.
Described as one the most dangerous occupations out there, the subject matter wouldn’t look out of place in a straight-to-tv documentary, though director David Hackl has moulded a story around the employment regardless. It’s a dated one, too, with Travolta on board to play Beau, a grizzled veteran who reluctantly takes newcomer Devon Sawa under his wing.
In his time dealing with power outages and unforgiving storms, Beau has witnessed his fair share of tragedies. Plus, the fact that he acts as a surrogate father to Kate Bosworth’s character, a potential love interest to Sawa’s maverick, evokes a romantic subplot not dissimilar to Michael Bay’s Armageddon – only with decidedly less Aerosmith. Sharon Stone, »
- Michael Briers
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