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'Suits' Boss and Star Talk 100th Episode, Network Notes and Series Evolution

30 August 2017 7:01 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

[Warning: The story below contains spoilers from Wednesday's episode of Suits, “100.”]

Batman and Robin were back in action Wednesday night for a landmark episode of Suits, and it was about time for many fans of the long-running USA series. In the show’s 100th episode, Mike (Patrick J. Adams) and Harvey (Gabriel Macht) took on their two largest clients in an underhanded move that both brought justice to wronged prisoners and cleared new Psl member Alex Williams (Dule Hill) from taking the fall for the companies.

The episode was also rife with returning guest-stars, including Wendell Pierce, Jay Harrington, »

- Amber Dowling

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The Best TV Shows Critics Wrote Off but Then Grew to Love — IndieWire Survey

22 August 2017 11:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What’s a show that you may have quit or written off, but were happy that you gave a second chance?

(This could mean a show that got better as it went along, a show that course-corrected, a show that you felt got lumped together with others and therefore didn’t get a fair shake at first, or one that you see differently because of some changed perspective in your own life.)

Pilot Viruet (@pilotbacon), Vice

This question is good timing because I just spent my weekend watching all of Halt and Catch Fire! I remember watching the first episode at a preview screening and struggling »

- Hanh Nguyen

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The Best TV Shows Critics Wrote Off but Then Grew to Love — IndieWire Survey

22 August 2017 11:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What’s a show that you may have quit or written off, but were happy that you gave a second chance?

(This could mean a show that got better as it went along, a show that course-corrected, a show that you felt got lumped together with others and therefore didn’t get a fair shake at first, or one that you see differently because of some changed perspective in your own life.)

Pilot Viruet (@pilotbacon), Vice

This question is good timing because I just spent my weekend watching all of Halt and Catch Fire! I remember watching the first episode at a preview screening and struggling »

- Hanh Nguyen

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Chicago Pd: Season Five; Actor from The Wire to Guest on NBC Series

23 July 2017 4:53 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Wendell Pierce is coming to NBC. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Wire star has joined season five of Chicago Pd.Pierce will play "Alderman Ray Price, a shrewd, intelligent and determined Teflon politician who seemingly plays neutral and picks sides all at once" on the upcoming season of the cop procedural. The cast also includes Sophia Bush, Patrick John Flueger, Laroyce Hawkins, Elias Koteas, Jon Seda,  Jesse Lee Soffer, Marina Squerciati, and Amy Morton.Read More… »


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'Chicago Fire' Taps 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Alum to Recur; 'Chicago P.D.' Enlists Wendell Pierce (Exclusive)

19 July 2017 12:23 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

Dick Wolf's Chicago franchise is adding a few familiar faces for fall.

Fifty Shades of Grey actress Eloise Mumford has been tapped for a recurring role on Chicago Fire, while The Wire alum Wendell Pierce has signed on to guest-star on the season premiere of Chicago P.D., The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Mumford will recur as Hope Jacquinot, an old friend of paramedic Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer). She is described as a playful, charming girl-next-door turned up a notch who has sprung free of her tiny hometown in Indiana to hit the streets of Chicago.

Pierce will play Alderman Ray Price, »

- Kate Stanhope

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The Grudge Reboot Gets Eyes of My Mother Director

6 July 2017 6:56 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Nearly six years after The Grudge reboot was first announced by Sam Raimi's Ghost House Pictures, a director has finally been found. Filmmaker Nicolas Pesce, whose critically-acclaimed directorial debut The Eyes Of My Mother debuted at Sundance last year, has signed on to direct The Grudge reboot, and rewrite the script. While no production schedule or release date has been announced yet, it seems this horror reboot is finally moving forward in the right direction, after years of languishing in development hell.

Deadline reports that Nicolas Pesce will rewrite the existing script, which was first worked on by Jeff Buhler (Midnight Meat Train), who came aboard to write the script in 2014. No details have been given about the existing script, or Nicolas Pesce's new vision for the project, or how it may diverge from the original Japanese movie, or the American remake. The original Japanese movie, Ju-on: The Grudge »

- MovieWeb

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Glenne Headly, 'Dick Tracy' Actress, Dead at 62

9 June 2017 8:18 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Glenne Headly, star of films like Dick Tracy, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Mr. Holland's Opus, died Thursday night at the age of 62. The actress died from complications of a pulmonary embolism, her husband Bryan McColloch told the New York Times.

Headly's representative confirmed the actress' death to Deadline. "It is with deep sorrow that we confirm the passing of Glenne Headly," the rep said. "We ask that her family's privacy be respected in this difficult time."

At the time of her death, Headly was co-starring alongside Josh Hutcherson and Ed Begley Jr. »

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The Odd Couple (2015)

15 May 2017 4:53 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Network: CBS. Episodes: 38 (half-hour). Seasons:Three.TV show dates: February 19, 2015 -- January 20, 2017.  Series status: Cancelled. Performers include: Matthew Perry, Thomas Lennon, Lindsay Sloane, Wendell Pierce, and Yvette Nicole Brown. TV show description:      Based on the Neil Simon stage comedy (which later spawned movie and a couple TV show incarnations), this sitcom revolves around two single friends who are trying to figure out how to live together without killing each other. Endearing slob Oscar Madison (Matthew Perry) is a sports-writer and uptight neat freak Felix Unger (Thomas Lennon) is a photographer. They're two former college buddies who become unlikely roommates after the demise of their marriages. Felix has been kicked out by his wife Ashley while Oscar's ex Gaby (Lauren Graham) divorced him because of he's such a »


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The Odd Couple: Cancellation Confirmed; No Season Four on CBS

15 May 2017 4:41 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Say goodbye to Oscar and Felix. The Odd Couple TV show has been cancelled. There will be no season four of the CBS sitcom reboot. Deadline has confirmed the cancellation.  The Odd Couple centers on two former college pals, slobby sportswriter Oscar Madison (Matthew Perry) the uptight Felix Unger (Thomas Lennon), a photographer and neatnik. Lindsay Sloane, Wendell Pierce, and Yvette Nicole Brown round out the CBS sitcom’s cast.  Read More… »


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The Odd Couple Officially Cancelled After 3 Seasons at CBS

15 May 2017 11:03 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

Oscar and Felix, consider this your official eviction notice.

CBS has formally cancelled The Odd Couple after three seasons, TVLine has learned.

Related2017 Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Getting Cancelled? What’s on the Bubble?

The writing had been on the wall for the Matthew Perry/Thomas Lennon-led sitcom for months. Back in November, the network opted not to order an additional back-nine episodes for the series’ third season, capping it at just 13. What’s more, co-star Yvette Nicole Brown has already moved on; the Community vet is a series regular on ABC’s new comedy The Mayor. »

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Marvel’S Deadpool Adult Animated Series Coming to Fxx

10 May 2017 11:05 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

If you can't get enough of the Merc with a Mouth on the big screen, then you'll be pleased to know that Fxx has ordered a 10-episode first season of a new, untitled Marvel's Deadpool animated series, with Donald Glover and Stephen Glover set as the showrunners, executive producers, and writers of the adult-geared show.

Press Release (via The Futon Critic): Los Angeles, May 10, 2017 - Fxx has placed a series order with Marvel Television and FX Productions for the untitled Marvel's Deadpool series, an animated adult action-comedy TV series adaptation of the hit Marvel character Deadpool, it was announced jointly today by Eric Schrier and Nick Grad, Presidents of Original Programming, FX Networks and FX Productions, and Jeph Loeb, Head of Marvel Television.

Atlanta creator and Golden Globe(R) Award Winner Donald Glover and Stephen Glover will serve as Showrunners, Executive Producers and Writers of the series. Marvel's Jeph Loeb »

- Derek Anderson

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The Odd Couple: Matthew Perry Assumes the CBS Sitcom Is Cancelled

13 April 2017 8:48 PM, PDT | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Is The Odd Couple gone for good? Recently, star Matthew Perry revealed he's pretty certain the CBS TV series has been cancelled.Based on the play by Neil Simon, the sitcom follows two unlikely roommates—endearing slob Oscar Madison (Matthew Perry) and uptight neat freak Felix Unger (Thomas Lennon). The cast also includes Lindsay Sloane, Wendell Pierce, and Yvette Nicole Brown.Read More… »


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Suits: the show's 13 best moments so far

6 April 2017 11:05 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Tim George Jun 21, 2017

With Suits season 7 arriving next month, we look back over some of our favourite moments on the show so far...

Contains spoilers for Suits seasons 1-6.

Anchored by a great cast of characters and a fine line in witty repartee, Suits has been going strong since 2011, slowly gathering steam and fans. Created by Aaron Korsh, Suits’ best moments are a product of the well-drawn characters and their relationships. With the end of the sixth season, here are thirteen scenes which highlight Suits’ ensemble at their best (and worst).

The first meeting/blackmail (season 1, episode 1)

“I got knocked into a different life and I have been wishing for a way back ever since.”

Part of a show’s success is a strong hook, and the delivery of the hook can be almost as important as the hook itself. On the run from a drug deal gone wrong, Mike Ross (Patrick J. Adams) ends up in a hotel room with hotshot attorney Harvey Spector (Gabriel Macht). It could be patently ridiculous, but taking place just over 20 minutes into the pilot, the scene makes total sense based on what has been established about these characters.

Punctuated by some good comedy (the perfectly-timed explosion of the briefcase), it establishes their easy dynamic almost immediately. This scene is bookended by the later scene in which Mike threatens to blackmail Harvey if he fires him. Impressed by his gumption, Harvey keeps him around and we get six seasons of a show.

Harvey and Donna get back together (season 1, episode 12)

“I’m sorry...”

“For what?”

“Don’t push it.”

After Harvey’s right-hand woman Donna (Sarah Rafferty)went behind his back in the previous episode, it looked like the teflon duo are not on as solid footing as we’ve been led to expect. This is the first real test of Harvey and Donna’s relationship, and the way it resolves perfectly epitomises their bond: Harvey barely apologises and Donna gets out the can opener. Compared with the scrapes they get into in later seasons, it’s short and sweet, but maintains the show’s ability to hit emotional cues without coming off saccharine, or betraying the characters’ natural reserve.

Michael’s grandmother dies (season 2, episode 9)

“Someone kept calling the office for you...”

The dead relative is a familiar trope that should be entirely predictable, but the moment Mike learns his grandmother has died comes out of nowhere. What makes it worse is that Mike spends his off-hours this episode finding her a new place to live. Sadly, that is where he has to take the news that she has died. It’s a nice scene, beautifully underplayed by Patrick J. Adams and Meghan Markle, which makes it hit even harder. The cut to a wide shot of Rachel holding Michael in the empty apartment is strong enough by itself. It’s a great example of the show’s willingness to just let the drama play out naturally.

Mike and Harvey get high (season 2, episode 10)

“Don’t mind if I do…”

After his grandmother’s death, Mike (and the audience) needed a breather. After Daniel Hardman retakes control of the firm from Jessica Pearson (Gina Torres), Harvey is also in need of a break. For a few glorious minutes in the middle of this episode, amid funerals and corporate skullduggery, our heroes can kick back and just shoot the breeze (with the help from Mike’s old friend Mary Jane). It’s a real humanising moment for Harvey -- it’s not often he lets his guard down, and we get a little insight into his psyche that reveals far more than he perhaps intended. The fact that this scene winds up helping our heroes coming up with a way to get back at Hardman makes it all the better.

Mike and Rachel finally get together (season 2, episode 16)


Well, that took long enough. Under the gun, Mike finally tells Rachel that he never went to Harvard. Their romantic clinch in the file room is a solid example of the one time an obvious cliche (the whole ‘I Hate You!’-to-passionate make-out’ set piece) feels totally appropriate. It’s melodramatic, but the long-simmering tension between Mike and Rachel needed to break at some point, and it feels earned.

Elliott Stemple rolls over (season 3, episode 13)

“Don’t you look ready to rumble.”

Harvey has quite the rogues' gallery, and no one rankles more faster than Elliott Stemple (Patrick Fischler). Harvey’s old nemesis from law school, Stemple is a diabolical lizard brain in human form. Constantly thinking five moves ahead, Stemple is so slippery he manages to have both Harvey and Mike on the ropes. The fact that he does so with a permanent smirk stamped on his face makes it all the more aggravating every time he manages to worm his way out of trouble.

Cheerfully walking over anyone who gets in his way (even his family gets tossed under the bus), Stemple manages to make himself the most hateable character on the show in the space of 40 minutes. It makes his ultimate downfall all the more satisfying, as our heroes manage to finally deliver a knockout blow. The way he hisses defeat is extremely satisfying. A wonderfully toxic character, he returns to plague Harvey and co. in season six.

Louis collapses in court (season 3, episode 14)

“Mr Litt, are you okay?”

Louis (Rick Hoffman) starts this episode in good stead — he has a girlfriend and he is about to close his latest case. Even the moment he collapses, while shocking, is a testament to his character: ever the pro, he manages to give his closing argument and retreat to his chair before passing out. It forces the other characters to realise how much he matters to them, leads to Louis making a marriage proposal And giving Harvey a hug.

It’s rare to see Louis have an entire episode where he is the most lovable character on the show, and it is a delight. The bit where he asks Harvey to be his best man is truly affecting, as the veteran rivals are finally able to share a moment of genuine mutual regard, with no ulterior motives.

Louis discovers Mike’s secret (season 4, episode 10)

“You know what an Oscar looks like?”

Season Four is not the best time to be to Louis Litt, and this episode finds him at his nadir. Kicked out of the firm, unable to find work and abandoned by the woman he loves, Louis is not in a good place when Mike pays him a visit halfway through this episode. When Mike makes a slipup about Harvard, Louis finally figures out what has been going on for the last four years. This revelation takes place in a confrontation with Donna, which represents one of the show’s darkest (and saddest) moments. Already hurt and betrayed, Louis is even more disturbed by the fact that she had manipulated their relationship in order to cover for Mike.

It’s a painful moment, made even more so by the fact that it is the indomitable Donna who is at a loss. She is always the one constant, the one character who can be counted on as a calm voice of reason. Not here.

Louis’ secretary dies (season 4, episode 16)

“She was a battle axe!”

Starting as Louis’ unseen whipping boy, his secretary Norma went from joke to emotional catalyst in the space of one episode. After she dies, Louis is tasked with putting together her funeral arrangements. After spending the majority of the episode barraging the dead woman with insults, Louis finally breaks down while arguing about the quality of urns the funeral home has on offer.

Starting out as a delightful black comedy, with Louis continuing to vent his frustrations about the deceased’s incompetence at every turn, the scene concludes with a surprisingly emotional finale. Finally forced to confront his real feelings about Norma, it is a wonderfully humanising moment for Suits’ resident anti-hero. The fallout from Norma’s death makes for one of the most affecting scenes in the series, and gives Rick Hoffman one of his best showcases.

Donna quits (season 4, episode 16)

“This isn’t working for me any more.”

The season four finale is to Harvey and Donna what the Godfather Part II was to Michael Corleone: we spend the episode intercutting between Harvey and Donna’s first interactions, as the cocksure attorney falls under her sway, and the present, where she finally decides to throw in the towel. It’s short, it’s brutal and it ends with Donna working for Louis. Talk about rubbing salt in the wound! You can almost hear Harvey’s brain exploding as he receives this one-two punch of bad news.

Mike is arrested for fraud (season 5, episode 16)

“It’s done...”

Kudos to Aaron Korsh for not taking the blue pill on this one. Mike has been skating on thin ice for five years — to have him get away with his facade forever would have meant a slow death for the show. Further kudos for dropping that plot point at the tailend of the last episode and then letting it play out over the course of the finale.

The episode’s pivotal moment is Harvey’s confrontation with the jury foreman. He reveals that the verdict would have been ‘not guilty’, making Mike’s decision all the more depressing. When Mike appears in his office doubting his decision, Harvey has to lie in order to spare Mike the truth. While there are a few glimmers of hope, the overall tone of this episode is about acceptance, and coming to terms with what is happening. It’s a more mature and sophisticated approach than most primetime shows, and provided a resolution to Mike’s dilemma that felt earned.

It’s testament to how well-played this finale is that you don’t realise until it’s over that the show has basically thrown out its hook. Korsh manages to make it feel like the end of something, and the beginning of something else.

She’s gone (season 6, episode 10)

“You sure about this?”

The euphoria over Mike’s release has not even dissipated when vindictive client-turned-convict William Sutter (Alan Rosenberg) starts disparaging the firm to their major clients. Reasoning that if Harvey and co. would turn on a big client like Sutter he could also turn on them, they start leaving Pearson Spector Litt. Rachel’s father, Robert Zane (Wendell Pierce), appears with an offer to merge their respective firms, but Jessica decides to quit rather than have her name as an add-on to someone else’s firm. Softened by the fact that she has just got a wrongfully convicted man off Death Row, Jessica finally remembers the reason she became a lawyer (hint: not for the money or power) and leaves with her head high.

Jessica’s big save (season 6, episode 16)

“I don’t think I can add anything to that...”

For most of this finale, it feels like nothing will go right. Mike’s sworn enemy, federal prosecutor Anita Gibbs (Leslie Hope), manages to get herself on the committee that will be deciding whether Mike gets admitted to the bar; Donna’s patent runs into trouble; Louis is scrabbling to repair his relationship with Tara (Carly Pope); and Harvey can’t find an angle to get Gibbs booted off the committee. For awhile it feels like season five all over again. And then Jessica Pearson strolls in like a boss and hits Gibbs where it hurts.

Jessica has not had as many chance to show off her chops as Harvey and Louis, but every time she does you remember why her name was first on the wall. A fine send-off for Gina Torres, a clean slate for Mike and a fresh canvas for season seven. »

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Archer Season 8 Review

3 April 2017 8:39 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Four episodes were provided prior to broadcast.

The eighth season of Archer picks up where the seventh left off, with the titular character’s bullet-riddled body floating in a Los Angeles swimming pool. It begins without humor, in the midst of death. Woodhouse is eulogized and buried, while Archer lies in a coma and a voiceover recites Bible verses. Lana and Mallory wait next to Archer’s comatose body for him to wake up, wondering what he might be dreaming about.

This is the framing device for Archer: Dreamland, the eighth season of the animated action comedy. Like several of its preceding seasons, this new installment drops us into a long form exploration of a theme. The fifth season gave us the team as drug dealers (Archer Vice), the sixth made them spies again, and the seventh turned them into Hollywood private detectives. Now, the entire season appears to be »

- D.F. Lovett

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Master P Biopic Gearing Up for a Summer Production – Queen Latifah & Wendell Pierce Attached

28 March 2017 7:35 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

Percy Miller (aka Master P) will begin filming his biopic this summer with Queen Latifah and Wendell Pierce committed to be a part of the project, although in what capacity, the press release doesn’t state. However, it was previously reported… Continue Reading → »

- shadowandact

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American Crime's Timothy Hutton Boards Amazon's Jack Ryan

16 March 2017 8:59 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

American Crime‘s Timothy Hutton will soon be investigating international crimes with Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, booking a recurring role on the Amazon original series.

RelatedCable/Streaming Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled? What’s On the Bubble?

The eight-episode drama — which is based on an idea conceived by Lost‘s Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland and therefore not a direct adaptation of Clancy’s popular book series — stars former Office staffer John Krasinski as the eponymous hero. Per the official logline, Ryan is an “up-and-coming CIA analyst” who gets thrust “into the center of a »

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The Odd Couple: Season Four Would Be a "Surprise" to CBS Sitcom Star

16 February 2017 2:08 PM, PST | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

It looks like Telly Vulture isn't alone in expecting there will be no season four of The Odd Couple TV show on CBS. Thomas Lennon, who plays Felix Unger on the low-rated sitcom reboot expects The Odd Couple will be cancelled. Matthew Perry, Lindsay Sloane, Wendell Pierce, and Yvette Nicole Brown also star.Speaking to TV Line, Lennon said that although he has not heard anything, and feels The Odd Couple is "hanging in there," he expects it will not return for a fourth season on CBS.Read More… »


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Mia Wasikowska and Christopher Abbott Starring in Nicolas Pesce’s Upcoming Thriller ‘Piercing’

8 February 2017 3:21 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Mia Wasikowska and Christopher Abbott are set to topline the upcoming film “Piercing.” According to Variety, the pair has wrapped production on the psychological thriller directed by Nicolas Pesce.

Read More: Jack Nicholson to Star in ‘Toni Erdmann’ Remake

Based on Ryu Murakami’s 1994 novel of the same name, “Piercing” follows the story of a man (Abbott) who leaves his wife and daughter at home as he says he’s heading on a business trip. However, he checks into a hotel and calls an escort service with the intention of killing the unsuspecting call girl, played by Wasikowska. After arriving at his room, the seductive and enigmatic prostitute manages to hinder his plan of killing her.

Wasikowska is known for her work in such films as “Jane Eyre,” “The Kids Are All Right” and last year’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass.” Abbot has appeared in films like “James White” and “A Most Violent Year, »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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Mia Wasikowska, Christopher Abbott Starring in Thriller ‘Piercing’ (Exclusive)

7 February 2017 4:55 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Mia Wasikowska and Christopher Abbott have wrapped production on Nicolas Pesce’s psychological thriller “Piercing,” Variety has learned exclusively.

“Piercing” is based on Ryu Murakami’s 1994 novel of the same name. Abbott plays a man who kisses his wife and baby goodbye, seemingly headed away on business, with a plan to  check into a hotel, call an escort service and kill an unsuspecting prostitute. His plan is thwarted by the alluring and mysterious call girl — played by Wasikowska — who arrives at his room, leading to a pulsating game of cat-and-mouse.

Additional cast members include Laia Costa (“Victoria”), Maria Dizzia (“Martha Marcy May Marlene”), Wendell Pierce (“Treme”) and Marin Ireland (“Hell or High Water”).

Memento Films International will launch sales at the Berlin Film Festival. UTA Independent Film Group arranged financing for the film and will co-represent North American rights with Wme.

“Piercing” is produced by Borderline Films’ year-old label Borderline Presents. »

- Dave McNary

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The Odd Couple: Season Four of CBS Sitcom Still Possible

3 February 2017 5:29 PM, PST | | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Season three of The Odd Couple ended earlier this week, but will there be another season? CBS boss Glenn Gellar recently spoke to Deadline about the future of the CBS TV show.The sitcom stars Matthew Perry as Oscar Madison, a sports writer who lives with his former college buddy, Felix (Thomas Lennon), an uptight neat freak. The cast also includes Lindsay Sloane, Wendell Pierce, and Yvette Nicole Brown.Read More… »


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