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Helen Mirren is in negotiations to join Will Smith in the drama "Collateral Beauty" for New Line. David Frankel is taking over for Alfonso Gomez-Rejon as helmer. Shooting kicks off early next year in New York City.
Allan Loeb penned the script about a Manhattan advertising executive (Smith) who experiences a personal tragedy. When his colleagues devise an unconventional plan to break him out of his depression, it ends up backfiring. [Source: The Wrap]
"Bosch" and "Argo" star Titus Welliver is set to play a powerful mobster in the prohibition-era crime drama "Live By Night" at Warner Bros. Pictures. Chris Messina, Sienna Miller, Zoe Saldana, Elle Fanning, Max Casella, Scott Eastwood, Anthony Michael Hall and Chris Cooper will co-star.
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Us-based Angel Grace Worldwide (Agw) starts sales at the Afm this week on Isn’t It Delicious from Skyline-nyc Productions and Empekay KayJayKay Productions.
Kathleen Chalfant, Keir Dullea, Alice Ripley, Mia Dillon and Robert LuPone star in the comedy about a feisty East Coast matriarch who sets out to put things straight with her family after she learns she is dying.
Michael Patrick Kelly makes his feature directorial debut. »
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As season two of The Strain commences, we flash back to young Abraham (Sammy Silver) dutifully devouring soup with a wooden spoon at the behest of his bubbe (The Affair’s Kathleen Chalfant), who’s spinning him a carefully chosen yarn about a benevolent giant whose body is claimed by an insatiable but ailing vampire. “Evil takes many forms,” his grandmother warns. “True dat,” Abe all but tacitly replies with a look belying both fear and curiosity. He knows these stories have a source but still accepts them as parabolic hearsay. Only years later, after enduring Nazi encampment and encountering the Master, does he discover what even Bubbe may not have realized: The bogeyman is real, and it currently takes the form of a seven-foot-plus immortal bloodsucker with a yen for converting humans into its kind and conquering the planet forthwith.But after present-day Abe slashed and burned the Master, »
- Kenny Herzog
Recently, NBC released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Law And order: Svu" episode 18 of season 16. The episode is entitled, "Devastating Story," and it turns out that we're going to see some very dramatic and intense stuff go down as a very highly publicized rape case trial delivers quite a few complications for the Svu crew, and more. In the new, 18th episode press release: A College Student's Rape Case Puts National Attention On The Svu. Press release number 2: Popular television host ,Skip Peterson (guest star Rob Morrow),is going to air an interview with college student ,Heather Manning (guest star Ally Ioannides), who claims she was gang raped in a fraternity house. While the tragic account of Heather's story brings national attention to the epidemic of rape on campus, the sensational details of the she-said, they-said case is going to leave Sgt. Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and »
On ABC’s Secrets and Lies (Sunday, 9/8c), Private Practice alum KaDee Strickland plays Christy Crawford, a successful real estate agent whose marriage is on an ever-shaky foun- dation, especially since husband Ben (Ryan Phillippe) emerged as the prime suspect in the murder of a neighbor boy who turned out to be his son.
As Ben’s intrepid mission to clear his name only digs him in deeper and deeper, Christy’s stance as supportive spouse if increasingly tested. But maybe she has sordid secrets and lies of her own?
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Strickland spoke with »
5 items from 2015
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