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Oh won't you stay, just a little bit longer? The news coming out of the last day of the 2016 TCA summer press tour makes it sound likely that Cameron Crowe's Roadies TV show may be cancelled after its first season on Showtime. The comedy series about a team of roadies stars Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.When asked about the show's performance, Deadline reports Showtime CEO David Nevins said, "It’s going according to vision. I like the show. It’s a very different tone for us and for pay cable in general. I think it gets better, but it hasn’t caught on big. We’re evaluating what its future is one way or the other.” Other reports took a more pessimistic tone.Read More… »
Drew Barrymore has been in the spotlight for over four decades, but there are probably still some things you may not know about her, including her dating history. While Drew is back on the market after ending her marriage to Will Kopelman in April, the actress and mom of two has been vocal about her fondness for falling in love; over the years, Drew has dated fellow Hollywood stars like Justin Long, Luke Wilson, and director Spike Jonze, as well as musicians Fabrizio Moretti and Eric Erlandson - and she's even guilty of "ghosting" on Christian Bale after one date back in the '80s! Related Stories: 11 Celebrities Who Got Married When They Were Teenagers;18 Actors Who Couldn't Seem to Stop Dating Their Costars;11 Inspiring Drew Barrymore Quotes That Will Make You Believe in a Better Tomorrow;Famous Friends Who Also Share Exes »
- Brittney Stephens
From the writer of AMC’s The Night Manger, The Ones Below comes out on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD on September 6th. Also in today’s Horror Highlights: updated release details for Steve Balderson’s Hell Town and the official start of filming on The Ninth Passenger.
The Ones Below Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD Release Date Announced: Press Release: “Los Angeles – Written and directed by David Farr (“The Night Manager,” Hanna, “Mi-5”), the intense psychological thriller, The Ones Below, arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD on September 6th from Magnolia Home Entertainment under the Magnet Label. The Ones Below features riveting performances from Clémence Poésy (Harry Potter franchise), BAFTA® nominee David Morrissey (“The Walking Dead,” “Stage Of Play”), Stephen Campbell Moore (Burnt) and Laura Birn (Purge).
Expecting their first child, Kate (Poésy) and Justin (Moore) become friendly with their new neighbors, Jon (Morrissey) and Theresa (Birn), who are also expecting, »
- Tamika Jones
The sixth season of Homeland is scheduled to go into production later this summer. The show was recently nominated for its fourth outstanding drama series Emmy, while Claire Danes earned her fifth nod for lead actress in a drama series.
“[Homeland] has drawn in audiences for years on Showtime and we cannot wait to give even more viewers the chance to watch and discover it on Hulu,” said Craig Erwich, senior vice-president and head of content for Hulu.
Mark Goldblatt has won the run-off election for the open film editors branch seat on the 2016–17 board of governors. Goldblatt returns to the board after a one-year hiatus and joins Carol Littleton and Michael Tronick. He earned an Oscar nomination for Terminator 2: Judgment Day.Lionsgate executives »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Alec Govi)
Title: Outlaws And Angels Momentum Pictures Director: Jt Mollner Writer: Jt Mollner Cast: Chad Michael Murray, Francesca Eastwood, Madisen Beaty, Ben Browder, Frances Fisher, Keith Loneker, with Luke Wilson, and Teri Polo Running Time: 120 min Rated: R (Violence, Gore, Language, Sexual Situations) In Theaters And Available On VOD: July 15, 2016 Henry (Chad Michael Murray, Agent Carter), Charles (Nathan Russell, Henry John and the Little Bug) and Little Joe (Keith Loneker, Leatherheads) are a trio of bank robbers whom have just terrorized a small town. They lose their horses on their way down to Mexico, when they happen upon a small farm in the middle of nowhere. Inside the [ Read More ]
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I’ve never been a fan of spaghetti westerns, but with the release of Bone Tomahawk this past year and now Outlaws And Angels I may need to seriously consider watching more thriller/horror-esque western films. Outlaws And Angels is the debut film from writer/director Jt Mollner and stars Chad Michael Murray, Luke Wilson, Teri Polo, Francesca Eastwood, Ben Browder and Madisen Beaty. The story centers around a trio of outlaws on the run that decide to invade the home of an unsuspecting family for the night; however, not all is as it seems as roles are reversed and deadly secrets come bursting through the surface.
When it came to reviewing this film, I needed a few days to really take everything in since Outlaws And Angels is unlike anything I’ve seen this year. From the opening scene (which was bloody and hilarious) to the ending (which left »
- Shannon McGrew
A few quick thoughts on tonight's Roadies coming up just as soon as I really like jazz... In my initial review of this show, I alluded to the dire nature of last week's episode, "The Bryce Newman Letter." Noel Murray and Mo Ryan did an excellent job of pointing out the many things that went awry with that one, and if a show with a creator I respected even slightly less than Cameron Crowe put out an hour like that, I'd be a cloud of dust with motion lines getting the hell away from it. Instead, I decided to give Roadies one more shot to see if "Bryce Newman" was an aberration, and was rewarded with easily the best episode of this young series in "The City Whose Name Must Not Be Spoken." Neither Crowe nor Winnie Holzman do cruel all that well, which is one of the many reasons "Bryce Newman" went so sour. »
- Alan Sepinwall
Kirsten Howard Jul 19, 2016
So far in this series of pieces that look at the straight-to-dvd or VOD movies of some of our favourite actors who have fallen on hard times, we’ve only looked at men (to date: Bruce Willis, Nicolas Cage, John Cusack and John Travolta). That’s because, mostly, actresses find themselves almost completely out of the game once they hit 30ish – an unnecessary full stop that a lot of us would like to see removed in the future.
Denise Richards, sadly, is no different. After marrying a man she found herself in an abusive relationship with, her career climb stumbled and she was forced back down into TV roles, where she’s currently still putting in the hours.
Richards had a sparkling, American Dream-like start in life. »
However, there is nobody quite like Will Ferrell in the business. Going from the funniest guy on SNL to the funniest guy on the big screen isn’t always an easy transition, but Ferrell has proven that his skills are suitable for more than just sketch comedy. Don’t get us wrong, we loved him on SNL, but we’re thankful we get to experience longer-form Ferrell as well.
- Amanda Wood
Roadies is packing up the stage. This week, Showtime announced the series has wrapped production on its first season.From Cameron Crowe, the show explores the lives of the people who make live music happen—the backstage crew. The cast includes Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.Read More… »
To help sift through the increasing number of new releases (independent or otherwise), the Weekly Film Guide is here! Below you’ll find basic plot, personnel and cinema information for all of this week’s fresh offerings.
Starting this month, we’ve also put together a list for the entire month. We’ve included this week’s list below, complete with information on screening locations for films in limited release.
See More: Here Are All the Upcoming Movies in Theaters for July 2016
Here are the films opening theatrically in the U.S. the week of Friday, July 15. All synopses provided by distributor unless listed otherwise.
Director: Paul Feig
- Steve Greene
It's Summer, which is great for your tan and all, but it's bad for filling your pop culture tank. Network comedies wrapped up months ago for the season, Game of Thrones tucked itself in for another year last month, and Orange Is the New Black's latest season flashed in and out of our lives like a Summer storm. Those are all factors that should make you go outside and play Pokémon Go or whatever, but if you're like me, it just propels you toward trying to find new TV shows to be obsessed with. There are scores of vintage shows you could binge, of course, but there are a handful of intriguing new series for the Summer. There's one in particular that's growing on me, slowly and sweetly: Roadies. It's not like the instant chemistry I felt from The Night Of, which inspires conspiracy theories and paranoia from the first viewing; instead, »
- Shannon Vestal Robson
A new adaptation of “Behind Enemy Lines” is in the works at Fox with a new writer, Nikki Toscano, replacing Jeffrey Nachmanoff, who was originally developing the series for the network last year. The series would take place in the midst of Us and Russia peace negotiations as three American soldiers are shot down behind enemy lines in Eastern Ukraine. Davis Entertaiment, which produced the 2001 feature starring Luke Wilson and Gene Hackman, will also be producing the series. Deadline first reported the news.
Hulu has announced that Reed Morano (“Halt and Catch Fire,” “Billions”) will direct the first three episodes of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Based on the dystopian novel by Margaret Atwood, the series is executive produced and written by Bruce Miller, with Warren Littlefield, Daniel Wilson, Fran Sears, and Ilene Chaiken serving as executive producers. Atwood is a consulting producer for the series. Morano will also serve as an executive producer on the first »
- Maria Cavassuto
Like a heavy Southern drawl that lazily meanders through conversation, Outlaws And Angels drags its scenes far longer than contextually necessary. Imagine a Southerner leaking “Hooowwwwdddyyy folkssssss!” like a deflating balloon instead of clear, concise dictation (“Howdy!” and done). Characters just glare at the screen as director Jt Mollner has a field-day with zoom ins and outs that turn his dried-out, rawhide script into a crackly piece of fragile leather. Overindulgence mars this grim, rough-and-tumble Western splatterfest, which is comparable to a more interesting (but still tiresome) take take on Jane Got A Gun (with a darker, strangely jovial mean streak). Death certainly was a byproduct of the Old West, but could people really be so terse about it all?
Mollner’s tale of frontier justice follows three robbers who interrupt a family’s dinner and demand safe haven for the night. Led by a ruthless drifter named Henry (Chad Michael Murray »
- Matt Donato
“Outlaws and Angels” follows Henry (Chad Michael Murray), a seasoned outlaw who leads a gang of bandits into a high stakes bank heist set to make them all rich and give them a chance at a new life across the Mexican border. Unfortunately, the plan goes awry and they end up killing a U.S. Marshall. With a large bounty on their heads, Henry and the gang head south through dangerous territory. When all hope seems lost, the crew stumble upon the frontier home of George Tilden (Ben Browder), who lives there with his wife Ada (Teri Polo), and two daughters Charlotte (Madisen Beaty) and Florence (Francesca Eastwood). They invade the home and terrorize the family, but eventually unlikely bonds form and Henry is given one last shot at redemption. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below when Henry and the bandits learn that there’s a bounty on their heads. »
- Vikram Murthi
Alexia Fast (“Jack Reacher”) also stars with Tom Maden (“Scream: The TV Series”), Veronica Dunne (“K.C. Undercover”), Sabina Gadecki, Corey Large (“It Follows”), David Hennessey, Cinta Kiehl and Timothy V. Murphy.
Ian Pfaff is directing from a script by Large and Steve Albert. Large’s 308 Enterprises is producing with Gary Ousdahl of Advanced Management, with Isaac LeFevre and Felipe Dieppa serving as executive producers.
“The Ninth Passenger” follows a group of college students on a spontaneous midnight sea voyage that turns to horror when they drift to a dark island and are hunted by a mysterious ninth passenger.
“I am excited to be back in my hometown of Vancouver,” said Large. “This is the first of several productions we (308 Entertainment) plan on bringing here. With this first-rate cast, »
- Dave McNary
The 10-episode first season of the Roadies TV show premiered on Showtime, June 26, 2016. Executive producer Winnie Holzman talks about the possibilities a second season of Roadies might bring. Holzman previously worked on TV series including Huge, which was cancelled after one season on ABC Family (now Freeform), Once and Again, which was cancelled after one season on ABC, and My So-Called Life which was also cancelled after one season on the Alphabet Network.A musical comedy drama series from Cameron Crowe, the Roadies TV series has yet to be renewed for season two. The cast includes: Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.Read More… »
With just two weeks to go until its Us release, a red band trailer and poster have arrived online for writer-director Jt Mollner’s upcoming western thriller Outlaws and Angels which stars Chad Michael Murray, Luke Wilson, Francesca Eastwood, Madisen Beaty, Ben Browder and Teri Polo; check them out below…
When Outlaws on the lam invade the home of an unsuspecting, seemingly innocent, frontier family to hide out for the night, an unexpected game of cat and mouse ensues, leading to seduction, role reversal, and ultimately, bloody revenge.
Outlaws and Angels is set for release on July 15th in the States.
- Amie Cranswick
Cameron Crowe‘s Roadies, which stars Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots and Rafe Spall is set to debut on Amazon Prime Video in the UK. What’s more it’s coming to the streaming service very soon – Monday.
The show is executive produced by Crowe, J.J. Abrams and Winnie Holzman, and episodes 1 & 2 of the music-inspired comedy series will debut on Monday 4thJuly, with subsequent episodes launching weekly, only a day after they premiere in the Us, starting on Monday 11th July. Great news, right?
Roadies is a new comedy series that follows the day-to-day life of a successful rock tour, but with a simple twist: the band is in the background, and the roadies take the spotlight. This is an inside look at the reckless, romantic, funny and often poignant lives of a committed group of characters who live for music, and the improvised family they’ve formed along the way. »
- Paul Heath
Earlier this year, HBO launched their music industry drama, Vinyl. It was a disappointment and was ultimately cancelled. How will the Roadies comedy series perform for fellow premium channel Showtime? Will it be cancelled as well? Stay tuned.Created by Cameron Crowe, the Roadies comedy TV series gives an insider's look at the reckless, romantic, funny and often poignant lives of a committed group of the backstage workers. They're touring the United States with a successful arena-level rock band. The cast includes Luke Wilson, Carla Gugino, Imogen Poots, Rafe Spall, Keisha Castle-Hughes, Peter Cambor, Colson Baker, and Ron White.Read More… »
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