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12 Monkeys - Season 4Tv SeriesUniversal Television Enterprises LLCProd.: Michael Wray
Cardinal: Blackfly SEASONMini SeriesSienna Films/eOneProd.: Jessica DanielDir.: Jeff RenfroeMay 29 – Aug 4/17
Carter TV SeriesSony / AmazeProd.: Victoria HirstDir.: VariousJul 10 - Oct 13/17
Code 8FeatureCode 8 Films Inc.Prod.: Jeff ChanDir.: Jeff ChanMay 29 - Jul 14/17
Designated SURVIVORSeason 2 TV Series Designated 1 Ltd. Prod.: Llewellyn WellsDir.: VariousJul 4/17 - Mar 31/18 Tbc
Dino Dana Season 2Tv SeriesSinking Ship EntertainmentProd.: Eric BeldowskiDir: VariousJun 6 - Jul 28/17
- Michael Stevens
Rice will play a shy teenage girl who falls in love with an entity named A, who inhabits a new body of another teenage boy each day. The entity wakes up in the body of teenage boy named Justin one day, meets his girlfriend and decides he has found someone he wants to be with day after day. The novel was published in 2012 by the Random House imprint Alfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers.
- Dave McNary
Exclusive: MGM has acquired the rights to produce Every Day, the feature adaptation to David Levithan’s bestselling Ya novel that Michael Suscy will direct with Angourie Rice starring. Me And Earl and the Dying Girl scribe Jesse Andrews adapted the novel, and with MGM aboard, the film has been fast tracked to begin production next month in Toronto. Pic is a co-production between Likely Story and Filmwave, and Christian Grass, Paul Trijbits, Anthony Bregman and Peter Cron… »
27 April 2017 2:03 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The film pays tribute to Paxton with a "For Bill" note in the end credits. And prior to The Circle's world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on Wednesday night, Ponsoldt, cast member Ellar Coltrane (of Boyhood fame) and producer Anthony Bregman all took time to remember their late colleague.
- Hilary Lewis
A program aimed at connecting promising American and Israeli filmmakers, the inaugural edition of the Bloom/Spiegel Partnership is set to introduce its eight fellows at Tribeca Film Festival.
The Bloom/Spiegel Partnership, an alliance between New York’s Ifp Marcie Bloom Fellowship in Film and Jerusalem’s prestigious Sam Spiegel Film School, selected Albert Tholen, Antoneta Kusijanovic, Elianette Foumbi, Richard Miron, Ariel Richter, Benjamin Domenech, Eitan Mansuri and Stav Meron to participate in the five-day program.
As part of the initiative, the four Sam Spiegel film grads (Richter, Domenech, Mansuri and Meron) traveled to New York to meet with their American counterparts (Tholen, Kusijanovic, Foumbi, Miron), as well as participate in Tribeca festivities. Hosted at the New York offices of production/financing banner Tadmor, the program allows its participants to meet with several professionals, including Anthony Bregman, Nick Britell, Tristine Skyler, Sarna Lapine, David Kaplan, Alysia Reiner, Sonia Hines, »
- Elsa Keslassy
Denis O’Hare has been cast in the Netflix drama film Private Life, joining Kathryn Hahn, Paul Giamatti, and Molly Shannon. Tamara Jenkins is directing the pic from her own screenplay, which is about an author (Hahn) who is undergoing multiple fertility therapies to get pregnant, putting her relationship with her husband on edge. O’Hare will co-star as fertility specialist Dr. Dordick. Likely Story’s Anthony Bregman and Stefanie Azpiazu are producing. O’Hare, a recurring… »
Marvel will portray Sophie, a friend of Mendelsohn and Falco’s characters, who’s troubled son befriends their son. Britton will play one of the female leads, following her departure from Cmt’s “Nashville.”
Holofcener is directing “The Land of Steady Habits” from her own script, which follows a man in his 50s who experiences a midlife crisis and leaves his wife. When the character — played by Mendelsohn — realizes his mistake, he tries to redeem his personal and professional missteps. Britton will play a divorcee »
- Dave McNary
Tamara Jenkins: Nyu Tisch School of the Arts
It’s been a decade since Tamara Jenkins released her last film, but the writer-director has a project on the way, and it sounds amazing: “Private Life,” a Netflix original film, will star Kathryn Hahn (“Bad Moms”), Paul Giamatti (“Billions”), and Molly Shannon (“Divorce).
Variety reports that the drama centers on a couple (Hahn and Giamatti) “in the throes of infertility, trying to maintain their marriage as they descend deeper and deeper into the weird world of assisted reproduction and domestic adoption.” Shannon, who recently won an Independent Spirit Award for her supporting turn in “Other People,” plays a friend of the couple.
Jenkins most recently directed “The Savages.” The critically-acclaimed 2007 dramedy centers on adult siblings (Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman) dealing with their father’s ailing health. The film earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Jenkins also wrote and directed the 1998 cult classic “Slums of Beverly Hills,” starring Natasha Lyonne (“Orange Is the New Black”).
“Writing is weird and lonely and makes you grumpy and strange,” Jenkins has said of the writing process. She emphasized, “To write you really should be writing every single day to keep the muscle going. But then if you write and make a movie, the year of working on the movie goes by and then you’re supposed to start writing again and you have kind of forgotten how.”
Tamara Jenkins to Direct “Private Life,” Starring Kathryn Hahn and Molly Shannon was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Laura Berger
After nearly a decade-long absence, director Tamara Jenkins is finally returning with a long-overdue new feature called “Private Life.” The acclaimed director will write and direct the Netflix drama. “The Circle” producers Anthony Bregman (“Synecdoche, New York“) and Stefanie Azpiazu (Nicole Holofcener‘s “Enough Said“) are on board to produce.
- Tess Bonn
It’s been exactly 10 years since Tamara Jenkins made her last feature film, “The Savages.” Now, the director returns with “Private Life,” as reported by Variety. The Netflix drama stars Molly Shannon, who just won an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female for her role in “Other People,” where she plays a mother dying of cancer.
Per the film’s official plot synopsis, the film follows “Richard and Rachel, a couple in the throes of infertility, [who] try to maintain their marriage as they descend deeper and deeper into the weird world of assisted reproduction and domestic adoption. When their doctor suggests third party reproduction, they bristle. But when Sadie, a recent college drop out, re-enters their life, they reconsider.” Read More: Jennifer Aniston Joins Cast of Anne Fletcher’s ‘Pitch Perfect’-Esque Indie Teen Comedy
Written by Jenkins, »
- Yoselin Acevedo
This year will mark a decade since the release of The Savages, the second feature from Slums of Beverly Hills director Tamara Jenkins. Starring Laura Linney and Philip Seymour Hoffman, it was a powerfully-acted, perceptive look at familial struggle, and we’ve been waiting ever since for her follow-up. 10 years later, it is finally coming and a cast has already been set.
Financed and distributed by Netflix, Private Life stars Paul Giamatti, Kathryn Hahn, Molly Shannon, and John Carroll Lynch. Jenkins’ script follows a married couple (Giamatti and Hahn) who are struggling with infertility and its damaging effect on their relationship, but when their niece offers up her eggs, things change. Shannon, who picked up an Indie Spirit award for Other People this year, will play the niece’s mother, while Lynch plays Giamatti’s brother and Shannon’s husband.
- Jordan Raup
Tamara Jenkins is writing and directing the movie. The drama follows a couple (Hahn and Giamatti) in the throes of infertility, trying to maintain their marriage as they descend deeper and deeper into the weird world of assisted reproduction and domestic adoption. Shannon plays a friend of the couple.
- Justin Kroll
Britton is joining Ben Mendelsohn, Edie Falco and Thomas Mann in “Steady Habits,” based on the Ted Thompson novel. Anthony Bregman and Stefanie Azpiazu are producing through their Likely Story production company.
Holofcener is directing from her own script, based on a man in his fifties who implodes in the middle of affluent Connecticut life by leaving his wife. When the character — played by Mendelsohn — realizes he’s made a mistake, he tries to redeem his personal and professional missteps. Britton will play a divorcee who develops a connection with Mendelsohn’s character.
Britton has been nominated for four Emmys, including one for “Nasvhille” and two for “Friday Night Lights.” She appeared in »
- Dave McNary
23 February 2017 6:03 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »
The 2015 tome centers on a man (Mendelsohn) in his fifties who, just when he seems to have it all, implodes in the middle of affluent Connecticut life. He leaves his wife, buys a condo, »
- Borys Kit
IFC has ordered the Living With Yourself TV show to series. Former Daily Show Ep Timothy Greenberg created and is writing the show. He will also executive produce with Anthony Bregman and Jeff Stern. Jeff Blitz will direct and executive produce, as well.The Living With Yourself season one order is for eight episodes. IFC says it should premiere in 2018. Learn more from the press release. Read More… »
IFC have given a series green light to Living with Yourself, a scripted comedy from longtime Daily Show producer Tim Greenberg. No cast was announced, but Emmy winner Jeff Blitz (The Office) is attached to direct and executive produce alongside Anthony Bregman and Jeff Stern of Likely Story. The eight-episode series will bow next year. The logline: George Elliot is burned out and facing an impasse in both his personal and professional life. When he undergoes a novel… »
IFC has ordered new scripted comedy “Living With Yourself” to series, Variety has learned.
The series comes from “The Daily Show” exec producer Tim Greenberg, who will write and executive produce. Jeff Blitz (“The Office,” “Parks and Recreation”) is attached to direct and executive produce alongside Greenberg and Anthony Bregman and Jeff Stern of Likely Story.
The story centers George Elliot, a man who is burned out and facing an impasse in both his personal and professional life. When George undergoes a novel treatment to become a better person, he finds he’s been replaced by a new and improved George — revealing that his own worst enemy is himself and raising the question, do we really want to be better?
“’Living With Yourself’ is a wonderfully unique, funny show that is both improbable and completely relatable at the same time, and it complements IFC’s slate of slightly off comedies that are created by and feature some »
- Oriana Schwindt
Stx Entertainment has unveiled the second trailer for The Circle, written and directed by James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now) and based on Dave Eggers' best-selling novel. This comes just a few months after the first Circle trailer debuted in December, giving us our first glimpse at a unique social media company that is literally watching the entire world. The highly-anticipated thriller has an incredible ensemble cast, and opens in theaters nationwide on April 28, 2017.
The Circle is a gripping modern thriller, set in the not-too-distant future, starring Emma Watson (Harry Potter), Tom Hanks (Sully) and John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens). When Mae (Emma Watson) is hired to work for the world's largest and most powerful tech & social media company, she sees it as an opportunity of a lifetime. As she rises through the ranks, she is encouraged by the company's founder, Eamon Bailey (Tom Hanks), to engage in »
One of the finest comedy directors working today, Friends with Money and Enough Said helmer Nicole Holofcener has set her ensemble for her latest feature The Land of Steady Habits. The premise is based on the novel by Ted Thompson of the same name, and it will be using the script written by Holofcener herself. Leading the ensemble is Ben Mendelsohn (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Edie Falco (Nurse Jackie) and Thomas Mann (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl), with Netflix revealing they will finance and distribute the film.
The acclaimed director and screenwriter will be reuniting with collaborator Anthony Bregman, who will produce the project through his New York-based banner Likely Story with Stefanie Azpiazu. According to Deadline, the story of the film will focus on the main character Anders Hill (Mendelsohn), who is “a man in his mid-fifties and newly retired. He has long been drenched »
- The Film Stage
Coming off a stellar period in his career which included a blistering turn in the Netflix original series Bloodline, and more famously portraying the main villain in Disney’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Ben Mendelsohn has now been cast as the lead in a new Netflix movie.
The Australian actor has cemented his status as one of the finest character actors working today, and with more high profile roles like that of Orson Krennic in mega hit Rogue One, the interest in his smaller projects is bound to rise.
The film which is titled The Land of Steady Habits, focuses on a man (Mendelsohn) in his mid fifties as he embarks on a heartbreaking journey to reconcile his past with his present.
Anthony Bregman will be helming the project for Netflix who is fully-financing the project and distributing worldwide. »
- Samuel Brace
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