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Film Acquisition Rundown: Netflix Buys Drake Doremus’ ‘Newness,’ Gravitas Picks Up ‘Abundant Acreage Available’ and More

16 June 2017 10:07 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Keep up with the wild and wooly world of indie film acquisitions with our weekly Rundown of everything that’s been picked up around the globe. Check out last week’s Rundown here.

– Netflix has acquired the worldwide Svod rights to Drake Doremus’ “Newness,” Deadline reports. The film stars Nicholas Hoult and Laia Costa as a couple in contemporary Los Angeles navigating the world of online dating and social media–driven hookup culture. The film was a last-minute addition to the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, and co-stars Matthew Gray Gubler, Courtney Eaton, Danny Huston and Courtney Eaton. Netflix acquired the rights in a reported seven-figure deal.

Gravitas Ventures has acquired writer-director Angus MacLachlan’s second feature film, “Abundant Acreage Available.” The film premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, where it won the Best Screenplay Award in the U.S. Narrative Competition. The film focuses on siblings Tracy (Amy Ryan) and Jesse »

- Graham Winfrey

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Amy Ryan’s ‘Abundant Acreage Available’ Lands at Gravitas for Fall Release

15 June 2017 5:15 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Gravitas Ventures has secured North American rights to Angus MacLachlan’s family drama “Abundant Acreage Available,” starring Amy Ryan and Terry Kinney.

Abundant Acreage Available” won the best screenplay award in the U.S. narrative competition at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. Martin Scorsese executive produced the film, which will be released in theaters and on demand in the fall.

MacLachlan directed from his own script about grown siblings coming to terms with the death of their father and the future of their North Carolina tobacco farm. Their quiet and simple existence is unexpectedly disrupted by the sudden arrival of three mysterious brothers, camping on their land and setting the two sets of siblings on a collision course.

MacLachlan also produced “Abundant Acreage Available” alongside Kate Churchill (“Spotlight”). Scorsese executive produced with Jeanne Hagerty.

Variety’s Peter Debruge gave the film a strong review, highlighting Ryan’s performance: “Only »

- Dave McNary

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Glenne Headly Remembered: ‘She Was a Total Perfectionist’

9 June 2017 2:23 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Glenne Headly was a very serious actress with a gift for comedy. That’s how Anna D. Shapiro, artistic director of Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Co., remembered the theater’s longtime ensemble member, who died Friday at the age of 62.

“Glenne was a very, very serious actor and one of the hardest-working people I’ve ever worked with,” Shapiro told Variety. “She was a total perfectionist and she was obsessed with the science of acting comedy…She would focus on what it was that made something true, and by that uncovering why it was funny.”

Headly joined the famed Chicago theater company in 1979, five years after it was founded by Gary Sinise, Terry Kinney and Jeff Perry. Even after Headly moved to the West Coast to work in movies and TV, she maintained a regular presence in Steppenwolf productions through 2005. She won Chicago’s local Joseph Jefferson Awards for her »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Glenne Headly Remembered: ‘She Was a Total Perfectionist’

9 June 2017 2:23 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Glenne Headly was a very serious actress with a gift for comedy. That’s how Anna D. Shapiro, artistic director of Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Co., remembered the theater’s longtime ensemble member, who died Friday at the age of 62.

“Glenne was a very, very serious actor and one of the hardest-working people I’ve ever worked with,” Shapiro told Variety. “She was a total perfectionist and she was obsessed with the science of acting comedy…She would focus on what it was that made something true, and by that uncovering why it was funny.”

Headly joined the famed Chicago theater company in 1979, five years after it was founded by Gary Sinise, Terry Kinney and Jeff Perry. Even after Headly moved to the West Coast to work in movies and TV, she maintained a regular presence in Steppenwolf productions through 2005. She won Chicago’s local Joseph Jefferson Awards for her work in productions of “Say Goodnight, Gracie »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Exclusive: How ‘Taxi’ Informed Danny DeVito’s Tony-Nominated Broadway Debut

31 May 2017 12:20 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

It may seem odd that an actor as firmly associated with New Yawk as Danny DeVito would wait till his early 70s to make his Broadway debut, in this year’s revival of Arthur Miller’s The Price. Mind you, DeVito -- who’s actually a Jersey boy, born in Neptune Township and raised in Asbury Park -- initially prepared for a stage career, graduating from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and performing at major regionals and off-Broadway before landing the TV role, as dispatcher Louie De Palma on Taxi, that made him a star.

“I’d come close to doing Broadway a couple of times a while ago, but it didn’t work out,” says DeVito. “As an actor, you go where the work is” -- and DeVito’s had no shortage, between his seemingly endless film credits (as a producer and director as well) and his numerous television projects, among them the »

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Festival Feature: The Films of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival

7 May 2017 9:47 AM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Chicago – The 16th Tribeca Film Festival wrapped last Sunday (April 30, 2017) and the award-winning films of the festival have been named. Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com was there for the first week of Tribeca and files his personal best of the films he experienced.

This is Patrick switching to first person, and I was able to see 13 media and film works, and took a turn in the “Immersive” or Virtual Reality arcade (there will a separate article on that experience). I sampled TV, short films, documentaries and narrative films, and rank them from first preferred on down, but honestly I didn’t see anything that I didn’t like, which is a testament to the programmers of this iconic film festival.

The following are the prime 13, and an indication of when they are scheduled to release…

Flower

Flower,’ Directed by Max Winkler

Photo credit: Tribeca Film Festival

What seems like a “Juno” rip-off, »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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Watch: Danny DeVito Gives Lessons on Eating While Acting in Broadway’s ‘The Price’

3 May 2017 1:30 PM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Eight times a week at Roundabout’s American Airlines Theatre, Danny DeVito eats a hard-boiled egg onstage. Playing the slovenly, fast talking furniture dealer in the Terry Kinney-directed revival of Arthur Miller’s “The Price,” the scene brings the house down nightly. In this tutorial for the New York Times, DeVito—who just received a Tony Award nomination for Featured Actor in a Play for the role—breaks down how he manages to both peel and consume what he refers to as a “masticating conflict,” while getting to the yolk of the bit’s comedic center.   To find an onstage gig yourself (no egg-eating required), check out our theater audition listings! »

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Tribeca Review: ‘Abundant Acreage Available’ is a Quietly Moving Character Study

26 April 2017 5:35 PM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Faith-based cinema is as diverse a genre as there is, from the extreme, often violent portraits of devotion from established directors like Martin Scorsese and Mel Gibson, to the attacks on logic in the God’s Not Dead and Left Behind pictures. Angus MacLachlan, a great storyteller of the not-too-deep south, offers a nuanced example of what this genre can bring, returning with the moving Abundant Acreage Available. The title may signal a light-hearted film, and given MacLachlan’s previous feature (the charming sex comedy Goodbye To All That) and writing credits (which include Phil Morrison’s masterpiece Junebug), you might be forgiven for having that expectation. However, MacLachlan’s latest is a departure from his previous work: a quiet, powerful portrait of two families at a crossroads, featuring the middle-aged Ledbetters — including the reformed alcoholic Jesse (Terry Kinney) and his adopted sister Tracy (Amy Ryan) — and three aging brothers (Max Gail, »

- John Fink

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Tribeca Film Review: ‘Abundant Acreage Available’

21 April 2017 11:45 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

If you liked “Manchester by the Sea” — or the kind of low-key emotional drama in which men break down and sob uncontrollably — then Martin Scorsese has the movie for you. It’s called “Abundant Acreage Available,” and it’s pretty much the opposite of anything Scorsese has directed, which stands to reason, because he didn’t direct it. North Carolina playwright-turned-director Angus MacLachlan did, and like the “Junebug” script for which he’s best known, this one achieves a tricky kind of subtlety amid so much stage-style chatter. (Just to be clear about Scorsese’s involvement, he agreed to executive produce after seeing MacLachlan’s promising debut feature, “Goodbye to All That,” which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival two years earlier.)

Set on a family-owned North Carolina tobacco farm, recognizable as such from its almost blood-red clay, “Abundant Acreage Available” begins as many a play has, with a pair »

- Peter Debruge

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Amy Ryan Gives Her Best Performance In a Decade With ‘Abundant Acreage Available’ — Tribeca 2017 Review

21 April 2017 5:11 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

If “Abundant Acreage Available” didn’t have closeups or outdoor scenes, it could have been filmed theater. Writer-director Angus MacLachlan’s second feature focuses on grown siblings Tracy (Amy Ryan) and Jesse (Terry Kinney) in the immediate aftermath of their father’s death. Stuck with his expansive farmland, they’re unsure what to do next, until the arrival of three older men who knew the deceased stake a claim to it. Set in a single location with a cast of five, the movie offers a lesson in minimalist drama, unfolding as a sharply acted mood piece that never crescendos, but hums along with wise observations and first-rate performances.

A intergenerational family drama that wouldn’t look out of place in the oeuvres of Tennessee Miller or Arthur Miller, “Abundant Acreage Available” is a noticeably more somber work for MacLachlan, whose directorial debut “Goodbye to All That” was a vulgar black comedy about overcoming divorce. »

- Eric Kohn

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'Abundant Acreage Available': Film Review | Tribeca 2017

20 April 2017 4:20 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

A tight ensemble of five seasoned actors explores questions of grief, faith, mortality and legacy in Abundant Acreage Available, which takes director Angus MacLachlan to a lonely North Carolina tobacco farm, not too distant from the setting of his breakout screenplay, Junebug. This drama is an altogether more somber affair, with Amy Ryan and Terry Kinney lending gravitas as siblings still absorbing the death of their father when strangers arrive with unsettling revelations. However, while the intriguing setup pulls you in, this gentle American heartland story peters out into an unsatisfying payoff.

Unfolding entirely in and around the farmhouse where »

- David Rooney

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Good Behavior: Joey Kern to Have Bigger Role in Season Two of TNT Series

17 February 2017 7:00 PM, PST | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Get ready to see more Joey Kern on Good Behavior. Deadline reports the actor has been upped to a series regular for season two of the TNT TV show.Kern plays Rob on the drama, which follows the story of a female thief and con artist named Letty Raines (Michelle Dockery). The cast also includes Lusia Strus, Terry Kinney, and Juan Diego Botto.Read More… »

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Good Behavior: Season Two Renewal for TNT TV Show

14 January 2017 6:21 PM, PST | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

The seduction will continue. Despite the fact that the Good Behavior TV show has some of the lowest ratings of any original scripted drama on TNT, this seductive thriller has been renewed for a second season. According to the cable channel, season two of Good Behavior will begin airing sometime during Fall 2017.Here's the press release:TNT Renews Seductive Thriller Good BehaviorTop 20 Cable Drama Charts Key Demo Growth Across First Season as Latest Data Shows Best Performance to Date with Adults 18-49Turner's TNT has ordered a second season of its hit drama series Good Behavior, starring award-winning actress Michelle Dockery. Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney and Lusia Strus also star in the seductive thriller, which is executive-produced by Chad Hodge and Blake Crouch and based on a series of books by Crouch. The entire »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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‘Good Behavior’ Renewed for Season 2 by TNT

14 January 2017 12:20 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

TNT has renewed Michelle Dockery thriller “Good Behavior” for a second season. In addition to the “Downton Abbey” alum, “Good Behavior” stars Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney and Lusia Strus. The series is executive-produced by Chad Hodge and Blake Crouch, based on a series of books by the latter. Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements also executive produce. The sophomore run of “Good Behavior” is slated to launch in the fall. The renewal announcement took place Saturday during parent company Turner’s time at the Television Critics Association press event. Also Read: Michelle Dockery Teases 'Downton Abbey' Movie Spinoff: »

- Tony Maglio

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