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Showtime has put in development The Brand, a 10-episode limited series from Narcos executive producer/director José Padilha. Written by Padilha and Alessandro Camon (The Messenger), The Brand is inspired by the 2004 New Yorker article by author David Grann. It tells the epic tale of the rise of prison gangs, particularly the Aryan Brotherhood, in the 1970s and 1980s, when mass incarceration resulting from the war on drugs caused the prison population to explode. Camon and… »
Steven Soderbergh and his "Out of Sight" scribe Scott Frank are re-teaming for the limited period western series "Godless" on Netflix. Frank is penning, directing and executive producing the series which Soderbergh and Casey Silver will also executive produce.
Set in 1884 in a New Mexico mining town, plot specifics are being kept under wraps. Casting is now underway with filming about to take place in Santa Fe.
Alessandro Camon ("The Messenger") penned the script about the rise of prison gangs, particularly the Aryan Brotherhood, in the 1970s and 1980s when mass incarceration caused the prison population to explode.
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- Garth Franklin
Protagonist will introduce to buyers to the Oren Moverman-directed film at Efm next month.
Richard Gere, Steve Coogan, Laura Linney, Rebecca Hall and Chloë Sevigny are to star in The Dinner, a film based on the bestselling novel by Herman Koch, which will start shooting in New York on Jan 21.
Cotty Chubb, Lawrence Inglee, Eddie Vaisman and Julia Lebedev are the producers of the film, which is a Code Red, ChubbCo and Blackbird production. Code Red is fully financing and Protagonist Pictures is handling international sales and will introduce the title to buyers at the European Film Market (Efm) in Berlin next month.
The Dinner begins as Paul and Claire Lohman (Coogan, Linney) get ready for a dinner with Paul’s politician brother Stan (Gere »
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“The Dinner” starts as Paul and Claire Lohman (Coogan, Linney) get ready for a dinner with Paul’s politician brother Stan (Gere), and his wife Barbara (Hall). Tensions already exist between the two brothers — Stan is a smooth-talking celebrity who is the favorite to win the governor’s race, while Paul has a chip on his shoulder and is currently not working.
But, as the evening in a chic restaurant progresses, dark secrets emerge about their respective children. A monstrous crime has been committed by the Lohman kids, and the two couples are divided about how to handle the situation.
Moverman, whose last film was Gere’s “Time Out of Mind,” has adapted Koch’s novel and will direct. »
- Leo Barraclough
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