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11/22/63 centers on high school history teacher Jake Epping (James Franco) who travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy – but his mission is threatened by Lee Harvey Oswald, falling in love and the past itself, which doesn’t want to be changed.
11/22/63 is set to premiere on Hulu on February 15th 2016, with a cast that also includes Sarah Gadon, Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, T.R. Knight, Cherry Jones, Lucy Fry, George MacKay and Daniel Webber.
- Gary Collinson
The official teaser trailer for Hulu's original series adaptation of Stephen King's popular time travel novel, "11/22/63" has dropped and, as a fan of the book, I think it looks pretty great. The nine-hour limited event series premieres Presidents Day, Feb. 15, 2016, on Hulu.
Here's the official synopsis:
High school English teacher Jake Epping (James Franco) travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy — but his mission is threatened by Lee Harvey Oswald, falling in love and the past itself, which doesn’t want to be changed.
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Hulu has set President's Day, February 15, 2016 for the premiere of 11.22.63, based on Stephen King's bestselling novel. Here’s the first look at the nine-hour limited event series which centers on high school English teacher Jake Epping (James Franco), who travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, T.R. Knight, Cherry Jones, Sarah Gadon, Lucy Fry, George MacKay and Daniel Webber also star in the series… »
Hulu has given a short first look at its nine-hour limited event series, “11.22.63.”
The show is based on the Stephen King novel and stars James Franco as Jake Epping, a modern-day English teacher who is tasked with going back in time and stopping Lee Harvey Oswald from assassinating the president.
“I’m going to tell you something that might seem crazy. You go through there, it’s 1960. I need you to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy,” teases a voice — presumably that of Chris Cooper’s Al Templeton, the owner of the diner with the portal that allows Jake to teleport in time.
Like in the book, Jake can only travel back to a certain point in time. This means he has to live in the past for a number of years leading up to the assassination. Along with his mission being threatened by Oswald himself and falling in love, »
- Jacob Bryant
“I’m gonna tell you something that’s gonna seem crazy.” So James Franco is told in this teaser trailer for Hulu’s adaptation of Stephen King novel “11/22/63.” Here’s the crazy part: There’s a pantry in a diner that’s a portal to the past. Franco’s character, Jake Epping, takes on the task of attempting to change history and prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Watch the 30-second teaser below: Fans of the book will be quick to point out one change from the novel: Jake isn’t traveling back quite so far in time. In the book, the pantry in the diner is a portal to September 9, 1958, but in the teaser, we hear Al say, “If you go through there, it’s 1960.” So is the eight-part series shortening Jake’s time in Jodie, Texas with Sadie or his time stalking Lee Harvey Oswald? Or both? »
- Emily Rome
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Hulu on Thursday released the first teaser trailer for its eight-part miniseries 11.22.63, in which Franco’s Jake Epping, a seemingly mild-mannered English teacher, must travel through time to stop the aforementioned historical tragedy.
Based on the novel by Stephen King, »
James Franco is given an an impossible task in the first teaser released for Hulu’s limited series adaptation of Stephen King‘s novel “11/22/63.” Franco plays Jake Epping, an ordinary high school teacher who is given the opportunity to go back in time — specifically, to 1960, just three years before JFK is assassinated. The series also stars Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, T.R. Knight, Cherry Jones, Sarah Gadon, Lucy Fry, George MacKay and Daniel Webber. Also Read: Fall TV Preview: 126 New and Returning Shows Premiere Dates The series, based on the 2011 best-selling novel by Stephen King, hails from J.J. Abrams‘ Bad Robot. »
- Linda Ge
Hulu's eight-part original series "11.22.63," debuting Feb. 15, 2016, has its first teaser trailer, in which high school English teacher Jake Epping (James Franco) travels back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy—and finds his mission threatened by Lee Harvey Oswald, falling in love, and the past itself. Read More: "James Franco Is Everywhere: New Trailers For '11/22/63,' 'Yosemite,' And 'Every Thing Will Be Fine'" The series, executive produced by J.J. Abrams and Stephen King, co-stars Chris Cooper, Josh Duhamel, T.R. Knight, Cherry Jones, Sarah Gadon, Lucy Fry, George MacKay and Daniel Webber. Based on King's bestselling 2011 novel, the first two episodes are directed by Kevin Macdonald ("Last King of Scotland," "State of Play"). Read More: "James Franco's Movie Column: Why 'Mustang' is the Best Film of the Year" »
- Matt Brennan
When it comes to James Franco, he doesn't just give you one project at a time, there's usually a handful to choose from. And as per usual, he's got a bunch of stuff on the way, and they've all received trailers of late, so let's jump right in. The actor returns to television in the upcoming "11/22/63," and it comes with the producing powers of J.J. Abrams attached to it. The adaptation of Stephen King's book sets up a simple premise: a man is sent back in time to prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. And he's given plenty of time to do it, arriving back in 1958, with five years to sort his plan. Chris Cooper, Cherry Jones and Josh Duhamel co-star in the 8-part series that will launch on Hulu on President's Day. Read More: Brian Cranston And James Franco Team For Comedy 'Why Him?' At the arthouse, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Stephen King explores the consequences of time travel in his 2011 best-seller "11/22/63" and now Hulu has produced an eight-part event series adaptation of the work. King, J.J. Abrams, Bridget Carpenter are executive producers on the project which will launch on February 15th - appropriate timing for President's Day.
James Franco stars as an English teacher from small-town Maine who is shown a portal that leads directly to America's past, specifically 1958. He chooses to go through, giving him five years to plan a mission to save President John F. Kennedy from being shot whilst also trying to avoid outing himself as a visitor from the future. Chris Cooper, Cherry Jones and Josh Duhamel also star.
- Garth Franklin
That birthday dad has one cute kid... Fergie posted a photo of her and husband Josh Duhamel's 2-year-old son Axl wearing a firefighter costume on the actor's 43rd birthday on Saturday. "Let's fire it up for your birthday daddy!!!" she wrote on Instagram. Duhamel celebrated his birthday a day after a series of horrific, coordinated attacks in Paris, carried out by the terrorist group Isis. More than 129 people were killed in six locations in the French capital. Hours before posting her photo of her son, Fergie shared an image expressing solidarity with the victims. The singer's pic contains the blue, white and red pattern of the French flag and the »
Fergie and Josh Duhamel welcomed their first child, Axl Duhamel, in August 2013, and he's been winning our hearts on Instagram ever since. The family often delivers adorable photos of the little guy, whether his face is on Fergie's birthday cake or he's cheering on Team USA at the World Cup on Josh's shoulders. On Saturday, Fergie shared a precious snap of Axl dressed up as a firefighter in honor of Josh's 43rd birthday, writing, "Let's fire it up for your birthday daddy!!!" Keep reading to see all of their heart-melting moments, and then check out even more sweet celebrity families on Instagram. »
- Alyse Whitney
Happy 43rd birthday, Josh Duhamel! The actor first stole our hearts as baby-faced Leo du Pres on the ABC soap opera All My Children and continues to do so to this day, more recently in the 2013 tear-jerker Safe Haven with Julianne Hough and the action-packed Transformer flicks. It's no secret he's always been one of our favorite Hollywood hunks, but the role we just can't get enough of Josh in? Fatherhood, of course! Just over two years ago, Duhamel and wife Fergie welcomed their absolutely precious son Axl into the world. Lucky for us, the loving parents have never shied away from sharing a few of Axl's childhood milestones with fans, further proving our »
Title: Lost in the Sun Entertainment One Films Director: Trey Nelson Writer: Trey Nelson Cast: Josh Duhamel, Josh Wiggins, Lynn Collins, Emma Fuhrmann Running time: 1 hour 36 min Rating: Not Rated (language, violence, mild sexuality) Theatrical, VOD And iTUNES Release Date: November 6, 2015 Louis (Josh Wiggins) is attending the funeral of his mother, who raised him alone. He has grandparents in New Mexico, but getting there would take a long bus ride. A stranger named John (Josh Duhamel, Transformers franchise) shows up at the church and sees young Louis waiting for his ride to the bus depot, and offers to take him there. Louis shows displeasure in taking the [ Read More ]
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All eyes were on Fergie and Josh Duhamel when they hit the red carpet at the WildAid Gala in La on Saturday night. The duo, who tied the knot in 2009, shared a couple of cute moments upon arriving at the fete, which also included Paula Abdul. The event benefited the conservation charity, which focuses on ending the illegal wildlife trade. Josh has been all over our radar lately. Just before Halloween, the actor stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show dressed up as Lloyd Christmas and showed off an impressive Jim Carrey impression, and during a recent appearance on The Late Late Show, Josh revealed that his first words to his wife weren't exactly romantic. Keep reading to see pictures from Fergie and Josh's latest red carpet appearance, and then take a look at their sweetest moments together. »
- Monica Sisavat
Josh Duhamel stars in the film that opens today [Nov 6] in the Us via eOne and tells of a small-time crook who takes a newly orphaned teenage boy with him on a string of robberies.
“It’s a genuine »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
“Lost in the Sun” gets most elements right in order to put together one of those gritty and melancholic southern crime dramas, except for when it comes to producing a unique screenplay and direction that rises above mediocrity. Robert Barocci’s cinematography captures the desolation of southern highways with static and grand vista shots worthy of the film his lens is clearly aping, The Coen Brothers’ nihilist masterpiece “No Country For Old Men.” Meanwhile, Mike Choi’s deftly paced editing makes sure the audience soaks in Barocci’s solid Dp work without resorting to needless quick cuts or narrative gimmicks in order to create a more “modern” or “edgy” indie. And Daniel Hart’s subtle yet effectively somber score, although derivative of many examples of the genre, infuses the film with just enough dramatic credibility. For the past ten years, Josh Duhamel has been stuck as a pretty boy placeholder »
- Oktay Ege Kozak
A small-time crook has a secret in “Lost in the Sun,” but it takes nearly 90 minutes of secondhand outlaw behavior to get it out of him in writer-director Trey Nelson’s somnolent road picture. By then, the audience is likely 80 minutes ahead of the big reveal and perhaps wondering why some obvious questions aren’t being asked. Sprawling the drama out across the arid expanse between Texas and New Mexico — and catching seemingly every “magic hour” exterior along the way — Nelson seeks a more tender variation on the traditional Middle American crime spree, but the central relationship between a ne’er-do-well and an orphaned teen rarely rings true. A perfunctory release in theaters and on VOD on Nov. 5 will be the farthest this broken-down Josh Duhamel vehicle stands to travel before stalling out.
“There are certain things I just can’t change about myself,” confesses ex-con John Wheeler (Duhamel), and »
- Scott Tobias
<span id="selection-marker-1" class="redactor-selection-marker"></span>Josh Duhamel and Fergie have been married for almost seven years now, and it's safe to say they are one of Hollywood's cutest couples. From their jaw-dropping Halloween costumes to their adorable 2-year-old son, Axl, they seem to be the pair that keeps on giving. And Josh's recent appearance on The Late Late Show was no exception! The actor revealed to host James Corden that he developed a crush on his wife before he ever met her, and when they finally did come face to face, his first words to her weren't exactly romantic. Watch the video above to find out the whole story, then check out 45 ridiculously good-looking pictures of Josh. »
- Quinn Keaney
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
And now for some "Ironic" clucking! This is (probably) the most random thing you will see this week: Alanis Morissette, Meghan Trainor, Jimmy Fallon, and Chris Tartaro -- aka The Jagged Little Chicks -- doing an all-clucking version of Alanis's hit song on "The Tonight Show." Don't ask why. Just be glad (or disappointed?) that Bill O'Reilly wasn't involved, since he was on the show Tuesday night, too.
Sharon Stone was a guest on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," looking gorgeous and showing off a nude spread she did for Harper's. It's a very odd pose. Sharon said she does get asked out from time to time, but for some reason »
- Gina Carbone
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