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11 items from 2017


Epic seals deals on thriller 'Radius'

19 May 2017 11:00 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: Film stars Diego Klattenhoff and Charlotte Sullivan.

Epic Pictures has closed key territories in Cannes on its thriller Radius starring Pacific Rim, Homeland and The Blacklist star Diego Klattenhoff and Charlotte Sullivan

Deals have concluded in Italy (Minerva), Japan (At Entertainment), Indonesia (Cgv), Taiwan (MovieCloud), and Vietnam (Skyline Media).

Shaked Berenson, Patrick Ewald and their team also licensed rights in Middle East (Eagle Film), Mexico (Sky Distribution), and Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile (Bf Distribution). CineSky acquired airline rights.

Radius tells of a man who awakes from an accident and discovers that everything that comes within 15 metres of him dies.

The film marks the Los Angeles-based company’s second collaboration with Turbo Kid producers Anne-Marie Gélinas and Rkss.

Epic’s Cannes sales slate includes Sam Elliot in The Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot, about a war hero summoned to hunt down a plague-carrying beast in the Canadian wilderness. 

Writer-director Robert »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Mary Kills People and Chicago Fire star Charlotte Sullivan interview on her roles, depression and playing Marilyn

14 May 2017 8:45 AM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

On Lifetime’s provocative Mary Kills People, the touchy subject of euthanasia is wrapped in a dramedy that sees a doctor moonlight as a mercy killer. One of her inner circle of confidantes is her own sister, played by Toronto-born actor Charlotte Sullivan. The six-episode series, created by Tara Armstrong and from Rookie Blue showrunner Tassie Cameron, sees Caroline Dhavernas play Dr. Mary Harris — the doctor called upon by those who are at the end of life and want out with dignity. Meanwhile Sullivan, who starred as the memorable character Gail Peck in ABC’s Rookie Blue and is currently in NBC’s Chicago...read more »

- April Neale

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Caroline Dhavernas Teases Assisted-Suicide Series Mary Kills People: 'There's Comedy in the Deepest Drama'

22 April 2017 2:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

There’s no need for a spoiler alert when talking about Caroline Dhavernas‘ new series. Her character’s big secret is right there in the title: Mary Kills People.

But unlike the protagonist of Dhavernas’ former series, Hannibal, the lead in Lifetime’s new drama ends lives for mercy — not art (or dinner).

Mary is a medical doctor who, unbeknownst to her family, provides suicide assistance to the terminally ill on the side. Season 1 already aired in Dhavernas’ native Canada, a country that recently voted to legalize the practice.

VideosHannibal‘s Caroline Dhavernas Delivers Fatal Mercy in Mary Kills People »

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‘Mary Kills People’: Caroline Dhavernas Is a Caring Doctor and Killer in Exclusive New Trailer

30 March 2017 2:42 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Lifetime continues to lead the way in female-produced and -distributed content with the release of its upcoming dramedy series “Mary Kills People.” The network has released an all-new trailer for the show, which is created and executive produced by Tara Armstrong. “Mary Kills People” tells the story of Dr. Mary Harris, played by Caroline Dhavernas (“Hannibal”), a loving, overworked single mother and caring ER doctor who just happens to spend her nights euthanizing patients.

Read More: Allison Anders on Why Remaking ‘Beaches’ Made Sense, And What She’s Learned From Directing TV

The show is just one example of Lifetime’s continued commitment to developing and distributing female-centric content. The network has been instrumental in including female-led productions and in creating opportunities for up-and-coming female artists with such productions as its critically acclaimed series “UnReal.” Lifetime will also be releasing films under its own banner, including the much-anticipated feature debut of Eleanor Coppola, »

- Juan Diaz

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‘Mary Kills People’: Caroline Dhavernas Is a Caring Doctor and Killer in Exclusive New Trailer

30 March 2017 2:42 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Lifetime continues to lead the way in female-produced and -distributed content with the release of its upcoming dramedy series “Mary Kills People.” The network has released an all-new trailer for the show, which is created and executive produced by Tara Armstrong. “Mary Kills People” tells the story of Dr. Mary Harris, played by Caroline Dhavernas (“Hannibal”), a loving, overworked single mother and caring ER doctor who just happens to spend her nights euthanizing patients.

Read More: Allison Anders on Why Remaking ‘Beaches’ Made Sense, And What She’s Learned From Directing TV

The show is just one example of Lifetime’s continued commitment to developing and distributing female-centric content. The network has been instrumental in including female-led productions and in creating opportunities for up-and-coming female artists with such productions as its critically acclaimed series “UnReal.” Lifetime will also be releasing films under its own banner, including the much-anticipated feature debut of Eleanor Coppola, »

- Juan Diaz

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Hannibal's Caroline Dhavernas Delivers Fatal Mercy in Mary Kills People Trailer

30 March 2017 12:25 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

At first glance, the exclusive trailer for Mary Kills People — as well as the title of Caroline Dhavernas’ new Lifetime drama itself — may make you think that the Hannibal alum is back on familiar, murderous ground.

After all, as the video above warns viewers, “Everywhere that Mary goes, there will be no tomorrow.”

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But appearances are a bit deceiving: The upcoming series — which premieres Sunday, April 23, at 10/9c — is actually about a medical doctor (Dhavernas) who moonlights as someone providing suicide assistance to the terminally ill. The first season, »

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Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 17 Review: Babies and Fools

28 March 2017 11:17 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Thank god that's over.

Not the guy throwing cement off of bridges (terrible, sure), or mopey Otis (definitely painful). No, it was Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 17's continuous use of "portapotty" and "portatoilet" that was killing me.

I hate those words. Couldn't they have gone with the classier "portalet"? 

Despite the unfortunate word choice, "Babies and Fools" was really solid. Sure, Gabby was becoming a little obsessed, but that's just Gabby. Honestly, it's a shame her job at the arson investigators office didn't pan out. She's got the chops for it.

 

With Gabby throwing herself into danger as a way to deal with her own emotions about the state of her and Matt's "family," I can't help but wonder if another pregnancy is in their future.

I'm also left wondering if Gabby and Matt are still on the same page about things.

On the surface, Matt's response to her inquiry was very sweet, »

- Elizabeth Harlow

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Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 15 Review: Deathtrap

1 March 2017 9:02 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

There's no bigger episode of Chicago Fire than Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 15. In terms of scale, story and just general approach, "Deathtrap" was as big as it gets. No wonder why it started off the entire three-hour Chicago Crossover.

From the beginning of this episode you could tell that it was a different episode for Chicago Fire. The decision by Andrea Newman to open the episode with no dialogue amongst the firefighters until they were heading toward the fire was incredibly effective and set the tone for all that followed.

The choice to include all four Chicago shows on an opening title card was a nice touch, too - reminding us that this was one united event instead of just three TV shows that happened to be using the same story.

Unless they're calling from the inside.

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- Brittany Frederick

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Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 11 Review: Who Lives and Who Dies

24 January 2017 11:43 PM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Chicago Fire has been a roller coaster for the last few weeks, up and down and stomping on our heartstrings. Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 11 starts out as a way for both the characters and audience to decompress from that - and then promptly goes nuts again because it can.

The major thrust of the episode is Casey and Dawson trying to resume their lives after losing Louie to his biological father Andre. Both of them take it badly but they express their grief in two totally different ways.

Casey gets the anger side of the equation, snapping at everyone else around him and turning into the world's biggest neat freak when Herrmann thinks there's a rat in Firehouse 51. Seriously, Niecy Nash would be proud of how much cleaning he makes everyone else do. After she gave him a talking-to about his attitude.

Hey, Lieutenant, is there something you want to get off your chest? »

- Brittany Frederick

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Chicago Fire Sneak Peek: Is Severide Growing Too Close to Anna?

13 January 2017 12:00 PM, PST | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

If there’s a rule against a bone marrow donor and donee getting emotionally attached, Chicago Fire‘s Severide and leukemia patient Anna (Rookie Blue‘s Charlotte Sullivan) are definitely breaking it in this exclusive look at next Tuesday’s episode (NBC, 10/9c).

RelatedWinter TV Preview: Scoop on Chicago Fire and 30+ Returning Favorites!

Although Anna’s health was waning during the Fire/P.D. crossover, “She is going to take a turn for the better,” executive producer Derek Haas tells TVLine. But Severide might not be able to come to her rescue after a work accident thwarts his donation plans. »

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James Franco to Star In and Executive Produce ‘High School Lover,’ His Second Lifetime Movie

13 January 2017 11:30 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Back in June, James Franco starred in the remake of the 1996 slasher “Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?” for Lifetime. The film was something that traditional Lifetime movie audiences weren’t used to seeing, but it seemed to have worked out well for Franco and the network.

Now, the ever busy filmmaker is set to star in and executive produce his second Lifetime film, “High School Lover.” Not much is known about the TV movie, only that it will debut February 4. The first image, which you can see above, was also released.

Read More: ‘Beaches’ Remake Trailer: Idina Menzel Belts ‘Wind Beneath My Wings’ in Lifetime Promo

Additionally, Lifetime also announced a handful of other projects that they will be debuting and producing this year.

Currently in pre-production is “Michael Jackson: Searching for Neverland,” a movie from Suzanne de Passe which follows the iconic singer’s final years. It will star Navi, »

- Liz Calvario

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