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14 items from 2010


'Lights Out' - Check out an in-depth portait of "Lights" Leary and a "Strong" Clip!

28 December 2010 1:39 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Watch an in-depth portrait of “Lights” Leary from FX Network's "Lights Out" and follow his epic rise and reign, and hear from rival Death Row Reynolds. We also have a "Strong Clip" from the boxing TV drama which makes its series premiere on Tuesday, January 11th at 10Pm Et/Pt only on FX. Starring are Holt McCallany as Patrick "Lights" Leary, Stacy Keach as Pops, Catherine McCormack as Theresa Leary, Pablo Schreiber as Johnny and Reg E. Cathey as Barry K. Word. "Lights Out," from Executive Producer/Showrunner Warren Leight (In Treatment), stars Holt McCallany (CSI: Miami) as an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring. Financial problems leave him at a perilous crossroads »

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'Lights Out' - Check out an in-depth portait of "Lights" Leary and a "Strong" Clip!

28 December 2010 1:39 AM, PST | Upcoming-Movies.com | See recent Upcoming-Movies.com news »

Watch an in-depth portrait of “Lights” Leary from FX Network's "Lights Out" and follow his epic rise and reign, and hear from rival Death Row Reynolds. We also have a "Strong Clip" from the boxing TV drama which makes its series premiere on Tuesday, January 11th at 10Pm Et/Pt only on FX. Starring are Holt McCallany as Patrick "Lights" Leary, Stacy Keach as Pops, Catherine McCormack as Theresa Leary, Pablo Schreiber as Johnny and Reg E. Cathey as Barry K. Word. "Lights Out," from Executive Producer/Showrunner Warren Leight (In Treatment), stars Holt McCallany (CSI: Miami) as an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring. Financial problems leave him at a perilous crossroads »

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A "Fair Game" at Armani

8 October 2010 10:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Cinema Society & Giorgio Armani hosted a screening of Doug Liman's "Fair Game" at NYC's MoMA Wednesday night with a party at Armani Ristorante afterward. Pictured are: Roberta Armani, Naomi Watts, Doug Liman, Valerie Plame Wilson, Joe Wilson. Joining in for the festivities were: Liev Schreiber, Michelle Monaghan, Julian Schnabel, Katie Couric, Christie Brinkley, Griffin Dunne & Anna Bingemann, Paul Haggis, Pablo Schreiber, Piper Perabo, Anthony Mackie (“Hurt Locker"), David »

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First Promo for FX’s Boxing Drama Series Lights Out

20 September 2010 10:12 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Though the fall TV season is going into full force this week, there’s still shows on the horizon that won’t be showing up for a view months. Enter FX’s new drama series Lights Out starring Holy McCallany as an aging former heavyweight boxing champion as he looks to find himself and support his family without getting back into the ring. The first promo for the series, which starts in January 2011, has just showed up online and it definitely looks like more solid programming from FX. Check out the video after the jump along with the official synopsis of the show.

Here’s the synopsis for Lights Out:

Lights Out, from Executive Producer/Showrunner Warren Leight (In Treatment), stars Holt McCallany (CSI: Miami) as an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring. »

- Ethan Anderton

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FX Gets Boxed In With "Lights Out"

20 September 2010 6:36 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

"Lights Out", the new FX Network 'boxing' TV series, debuts January 2011, from executive producer Warren Leight ("Mother's Day"), starring actor Holt McCallany (CSI: Miami") as former heavyweight boxing champion 'Lights Out Leary' who struggles to find his identity after retiring from the ring.

"...Financial problems leave him at a crossroads - battling the urge to return to boxing or reluctantly accepting a job as a 'debt collector'..."

Catherine McCormack ("Braveheart") co-stars as 'Theresa Leary', Lights' wife who is finishing her medical residency, Pablo Schreiber ("Law & Order") as 'Johnny Leary', Lights' brother/business manager and Stacy Keach ("Fat City") as 'Pops', Lights' father and former trainer who runs a boxing gym.

Canadian actor/director Clark Johnson ("The Shield") and Norberto Barba ("CSI: NY") directed the pilot episode.

Series creator Justin Zackham ("The Bucket List"), Phillip Noyce ("Salt") and Ross Fineman will also executive produce "Lights Out" for Fox Television Studios and FX Productions. »

- Michael Stevens

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First Trailer for FX’s Boxing Drama Lights Out

9 September 2010 9:01 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

I’ve been raving about new FX shows for months now.  Archer, Justified, Louie, Terriers: they’re having a helluva 2010.  While the January premiere leaves Lights Out just outside FX’s calendar year of excellence, a rough cut of the pilot has been earning strong early reviews.

The boxing drama stars Holt McCallany as “an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring.”  You can check out the stylish new trailer for the show after the jump.

The official synopsis:

Lights Out, from Executive Producer/Showrunner Warren Leight (In Treatment) and Creator/Executive Producer Justin Zackham (The Bucket List), stars Holt McCallany (CSI: Miami) as an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to find his identity and support his wife and three daughters after retiring from the ring.  Financial problems leave him at »

- Brendan Bettinger

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Watch: FX teases the boxing drama 'Lights Out'

9 September 2010 4:33 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

FX's "Lights Out" won't premiere until January, but the boxing drama already has a pulse-pounding new teaser trailer.   The series stars Holt McCallany as Patrick Leary, a former heavyweight champ facing various difficulties in his life outside the ring.    "Lights Out" was created by Justin Zackham and steered by showrunner Warren Leight ("In Treatment") and also features Stacy Keach, Catherine McCormack, and Pablo Schreiber.   [As an editorial aside, the "Lights Out" pilot is really great. McCallany is a strong and unconventional star and despite the familiarity that comes from most pugilism dramas, "Lights Out" manages to maintain the »

- Daniel Fienberg

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“Breaking Upwards”: A gem of an indie film

9 April 2010 9:54 AM, PDT | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

By Robert W. Welkos

When Daryl Wein informed Zoe Lister-Jones that he was thinking of writing a screenplay about a 20-something New York Jewish couple who experiment with an “open relationship,” she didn’t exactly warm to the idea.

In fact, Wein recalled, “Zoe did not like that at all.”

And who’d blame her? What young woman (perhaps besides one of Tiger Woods’ flings) would want her love life splashed all over the big screen?

In real life, Zoe had come to Daryl one day with a proposition: she wanted a “break” from their two-year serious relationship. Not a break-up, she said, but a break. Fearful and unsure where this would end up, Wein said they agreed to take days off from each other, see other people, and see where it goes?

The more he thought about it, however, the more Wein saw cinematic possibilities in their suddenly free-to-be-with-someone-else lifestyle. »

- Robert W. Welkos

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"Breaking Upwards" and "The Greatest" Explore Young Love's Doldrums

5 April 2010 2:36 PM, PDT | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

Now is the early spring of our discontent. Every year around this time, many of the films clotting theaters are the indies no one thinks will secure an Oscar nomination or the big-budget features studios don't have the faith will score sweet summer box-office numbers. Admittedly, these movies can turn out to be real gems -- ones that are too original to be reduced to the glib two-term descriptions (Vampire Juno! The Graduate 2!) that calm distributors down. But more often, cinematically speaking, April is the cruelest month.

Take "Breaking Upwards," twentysomething director Daryl Wein's ostensibly fictional feature about Daryl (Daryl Wein)'s codependent breakup with Zoe (Zoe Lister Jones, who cowrote and coproduced the film with -- wait for it -- Daryl). The meta-meta premise may sound sketchy, but its execution is far, far worse. Overprivileged and fearful, 23-year-olds Zoe and Daryl inhabit a West Village bubble financed by »

- Lisa Rosman

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Sundance Audience Award Winner Happythankyoumoreplease Set For August 27 Release

30 March 2010 9:13 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Hannover House has picked up the rights and will release happythankyoumoreplease, the Dramatic Audience Award Winner at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival on August 27 (via Variety).  Written, directed and starring Josh Radnor (How I Met Your Mother) the romantic comedy follows a New York writer and his friends who begin caring for a foster child who gets lost on the subway.

The new distributor, which is best known for its home video market, reportedly paid $1 million for the film and will open it in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Dallas before expanding it to 20 more markets on Labor Day. happythankyoumoreplease, which feels like a cousin to (500) Days of Summer and Garden State, also stars Malin Akerman (Watchman), Zoe Kazan (Me and Orson Welles), Tony Hale (Arrested Development), Kate Mara (Shooter) and Pablo Schreiber (The Wire).

At this year’s Sundance, Steve had the chance to speak with Josh Radnor and Malin Akerman, »

- Germain Lussier

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Exclusive Clip from Indie Break-Out 'Breaking Upwards'

25 March 2010 3:45 PM, PDT | Cinematical | See recent Cinematical news »

Every year there are those small little festival indies that I somehow become personally involved with because I saw the film at a fest, fell kinda in love with it and then took it upon myself to champion the thing into theaters so that folks like you will discover it and find some new entertainment that you may not have otherwise known existed. That's my favorite part of this job by far, and it is with great pleasure that we premiere this exclusive clip from Breaking Upwards, a film that carved a little hole in my heart back when it premiered at the 2009 SXSW Film Festival, and I've followed it ever since. (I even conducted a Q&A for the movie during the Big Apple Film Festival, and presented co-star Zoe Lister-Jones with the fest's NY Emerging Talent Award, which she whole-heartedly deserved.)

Set in New York City, Breaking Upwards »

- Erik Davis

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Exclusive Video: New Breaking Upwards Sneak Peek Video

24 March 2010 3:45 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

We have a brand new exclusive clip from the indie film Breaking Upwards, which will hit theaters on April 2. Click on the video player below for our exclusive clip, which features an incredibly awkward yoga encounter.

Exclusive: Yoga

Two twenty somethings explore alternatives to monogamy in this contemporary indie feature film set in NYC. Made by and starring the couple it's based on, Zoe Lister Jones and Daryl Wein. Also starring Olivia Thirlby, Julie White, Andrea Martin, Pablo Schreiber, Heather Burns, Peter Friedman, Ebon Moss-Bachrach.

Breaking Upwards stars , Zoe Lister Jones, Daryl Wein, Julie White, Andrea Martin, Peter Friedman, La Chanze, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Olivia Thirlby, Pablo Schreiber, Heather Burns, Tate Ellington and will be released in theaters on April 2. »

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Sundance Wrap-Up: Blue Valentine and the "Best Ofs"

30 January 2010 9:01 PM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Three more movies... But in truth I'm not sure which day we're on. I may have scrambled up the chronology just like Blue Valentine does. I am typing this on Saturday for publication on Sunday about movies from Friday. Where am I? When Am I? I spent today being sick so no more movies. The sickness is why, even though it seemed like i was seeing a bajillion movies, I really wasn't. I worry that I missed a few great pictures and that I saw too many that ended up with or already had distribution deals that I could have seen later. But it's my first Sundance trip. I was doin' it wrong. Better luck next time.

The Romantics

Old college friends gather at a seaside home to celebrate the upcoming wedding of Lila (Anna Paquin) and Tom (Josh Duhamel). Laura (Katie Holmes), their maid of honor, used to be »

- NATHANIEL R

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'The Wire' actor joins FX's 'Lights Out'

4 January 2010 4:00 AM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Pablo Schreiber has joined FX's upcoming drama series "Lights Out" as a regular.

"Lights Out" centers on Patrick "Lights" Leary (Holt McCallany), an aging former heavyweight boxing champion who struggles to support his wife (Catherine McCormack), a pediatric orthopedic surgeon, and three daughters after his fighting days are over. Diagnosed with a neurological disorder called pugilistic dementia, he takes a job as a legbreaker, collecting on unpaid gambling debts.

Schreiber will play Leary's brother and boxing manager. He replaces Elias Koteas, who played the role in the original pilot.

Following its pickup to series, "Lights Out" is undergoing a revamp, which includes the recasting of most key roles except for Leary. In addition to Schreiber, the show's new additions include McCormack and Stacy Keach, who plays Leary's dad.

Schreiber, who recurred on HBO's "The Wire," next appears in the indie "HappyThankYouMorePlease," which will premiere at Sundance this month. He is »

- By Nellie Andreeva

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