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Emmy Awards 2014 Live-Blog

25 August 2014 4:57 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Never again, TV Academy.  Never again. I don't care if NBC has to do the Emmys in August because of football and if NBC is scared of going head-to-head with a competing award show. Doing the Emmys on Monday is just wrong. But we shall trudge on! Seth Meyers is hosting. Some fantastic TV shows and actors are nominated.  Follow along. Comment below. Join the fun. Make the fun. 8:00 p.m. Et. That was some of the worst Red Carpet pre-show I've ever watched between E! and NBC. I never thought I'd miss Ryan Seacrest, but there ya go! 8:00 p.m. Seth Meyers was just outside being interviewed by Billy Bush just two minutes ago. How will he make it inside? How?!?!? 8:00 p.m. A countdown! 20 seconds to go. 8:00 p.m. And now Seth is inside on-stage. How Is That Possible, Billy Bush?!? 8:01 p.m. »

- Daniel Fienberg

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Tyler Ross Talks The Killing Season 4, Moving to Netflix, Where His Character Ends Up, Henry Gamble’S Birthday Party, and More

22 August 2014 12:24 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The fourth and final season of the drama series The Killing, available exclusively on Netflix, wraps up previously unresolved story threads and takes viewers on a journey through a new crime.  Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) and Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) struggle to manage the fall-out from their shocking actions at the end of last season, while also trying to solve the murder of a picture perfect family, survived only by the son, Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross), who was shot in the head during the massacre and left with no clear memory of what happened.  The season also stars Joan Allen, as Colonel Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of the all-boys military academy that Kyle attends, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden, as two of the other students there, and Gregg Henry. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actor Tyler Ross (who gives a terrific, heartbreaking and haunting performance as Kyle Stansbury »

- Christina Radish

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‘The Killing’s’ Joel Kinnaman Signs With Wme

21 August 2014 5:29 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Joel Kinnaman has inked with Wme for representation.

He first broke out in the “Snabba Cash” film series before he was cast in his star-making role on the TV series “The Killing.”

The actor can be seen in the fourth season of “The Killing,” which is streaming on Netflix. He starred earlier this year in Sony and MGM’s “RoboCop.”

He has several films set to bow in the next year, including Summit’s “Child 44″ opposite Tom Hardy and “Run All Night” opposite Liam Neeson.

He continues to be managed by Shelly Browning of Magnolia and attorney Hansen Jacobson.

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- Justin Kroll

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Wme Signs Joel Kinnaman

21 August 2014 5:28 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Wme has signed The Killing‘s Joel Kinnaman, the agency said in a wide announcement. The Stockholm-bred thesp crossed over stateside as the street-tough Detective Holder on AMC’s cop show and starred in MGM and Sony’s RoboCop reboot earlier this year. The Killing was revived for a fourth season on Netflix this month. Kinnaman, previously with CAA, stars opposite Liam Neeson in WB’s 2015 crime actioner Run All Night and has Summit/Lionsgate’s Child 44 with Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, and Noomi Rapace opening in April. The fast-ascending actor first broke out in his native Sweden thanks to roles in the Johan Falk film series and Daniel Espinosa’s Snabba Cash (Easy Money) trilogy. He also appeared in Espinosa’s English-language crime pic Safe House, Lola Versus, and David Fincher’s The Girl With THe Dragon Tattoo. Kinnaman continues to be repped by manager Shelley Browning at Magnolia and attorney Hansen Jacobson. »

- Jen Yamato

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Joel Kinnaman Signs With Wme (Exclusive)

21 August 2014 5:28 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Killing star Joel Kinnaman has landed at Wme, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. He was most recently at CAA and at UTA before that. The Swedish actor already has a full film slate ahead of him as the fourth and final season of his police serial, formerly at AMC, wraps up on Netflix. Next spring he'll appear in both Warner Bros.' crime drama Run All Night, starring opposite Liam Neeson, and Summit/Lionsgate's Soviet-era thriller Child 44, starring opposite Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace. The latter film reunites him with director Daniel Espinosa, who made him a star

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- Rebecca Sun

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Review: 'The Killing' concludes on Netflix, more miserable than ever

15 August 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Two weeks ago, Netflix released the fourth season — and what is allegedly the final season, though I have a hard time believing that, given history — of "The Killing," having revived the show after AMC canceled it for a second time. I have seen all six episodes, and while I already discussed it on this week's podcast, I had a few thoughts I wanted to write up, as well as provide a space for non-podcast listeners to weigh in on how they felt about the series' latest conclusion, with spoilers aplenty coming up just as soon as I’m somehow the most depressing character in a TV universe that also includes The Leftovers"... Season 3 of "The Killing" wasn't great, but it was easily the best of the show's three years on AMC. Confining the mystery to a single season reduced a few of the show's more aggravating tics to a more manageable size, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Ed Harris Joins HBO’s ‘Westworld’ as Key Villain

11 August 2014 12:54 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Ed Harris is heading to TV in a villainous role.

The “Apollo 13″ and “The Abyss” actor has signed on to join HBO’s “Westworld” in key evil role, Variety has confirmed. He joins an already-announced cast of Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright and Shannon Woodward.

Harris will star as The Man in Black, described as the “distillation of pure villainy into one man.”

J.J. Abrams, Jerry Weintraub and Bad Robot’s Bryan Burk are producing the adaptation of Michael Crichton’s 1973 film, which followed a robot malfunction that led to terror in a theme park. “Person of Interest’s” Jonathan Nolan will produce and direct the Warner Bros. Television one-hour drama, and co-wrote the pilot with exec producer Lisa Joy. Kathy Lingg serves as co-executive producer, with Athena Wickham as a producer, David Coatsworth as co-executive producer and line producer and Susie Ekins as co-producer.

The role is a return to HBO for Harris. »

- Alex Stedman

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Ed Harris cast in HBO's 'Westworld' as top villain

11 August 2014 12:15 PM, PDT | EW - Inside TV | See recent EW.com - Inside TV news »

Ed Harris is coming to series TV: The Abyss and Apollo 13 actor has signed on as the Big Bad in HBO’s Westworld reboot.

The four-time Oscar nominee’s character is called The Man in Black, and is described as “the distillation of pure villainy into one man.” He joins previously cast star — and fellow series television newcomer—Anthony Hopkins, along with Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, and Shannon Woodward.

The Warner Bros.-produced sci-fi pilot produced by J.J Abrams, Jerry Weintraub, and Bryan Burk updates Michael Crichton’s 1973 classic film about a theme park where androids fulfill dark human desires. »

- James Hibberd

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Way Out West breaks audience record

11 August 2014 3:37 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Ruben Ostlund presents Cannes hit Force Majeure [pictured] as a gala screening; Jens Lien previews TV series Viva Hate.

Gothenburg’s Way Out West wrapped its fourth film edition on Saturday with a record-breaking 27,000 in attendance and 42 films, including a gala premiere of local Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure and Nordic premieres of Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and Alex Gibney’s Finding Fela.

Running alongside the Way Out West music festival, now in its ninth year, additional film programming catered to the music fanbase by screening world premieres of Swedish actress Alexandra Dahlström’s All We Have is Now, documenting Stockholm-based rock band Vulkano; and Liza Minou Morberg’s Alone Together that follows three women on a journey to Way Out West.

Other music-oriented films included Eric Green’s guitar documentary Beautiful Noise, Nick Cave doc 20,000 Days on Earth, Tom Berninger’s depiction of his brother on tour with The National in Mistaken for Strangers, and [link=tt »

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Way Out West offers rock and films in largest edition

11 August 2014 3:37 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Ruben Ostlund presents Cannes hit Force Majeure [pictured] as a gala screening; Jens Lien previews TV series Viva Hate.

Gothenburg’s Way Out West wrapped its fourth film edition on Saturday with a record-breaking 27,000 in attendance,42 films, including a gala premiere of local Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure and Nordic premieres of Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and Alex Gibney’s Finding Fela.

Running alongside the Way Out West music festival, now in its ninth year, additional film programming catered to the music fanbase by screening world premieres of Swedish actress Alexandra Dahlström’s All We Have is Now, documenting Stockholm-based rock band Vulkano; and Liza Minou Morberg’s Alone Together that follows three women on a journey to Way Out West.

Other music-oriented films included Eric Green’s guitar documentary Beautiful Noise, Nick Cave doc 20,000 Days on Earth, Tom Berninger’s depiction of his brother on tour with The National in Mistaken for Strangers, and [link=tt »

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'The Killing' Star Joel Kinnaman Exits CAA (Exclusive)

10 August 2014 10:13 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Joel Kinnaman, the Swedish actor best known for AMC’s The Killing, has left CAA, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. The 34-year-old actor joined the agency in May 2013 after he and several other clients of manager Shelley Browning split with UTA. Browning clients Rosamund Pike and Noomi Rapace remain at CAA. Kinnaman gained a following in Hollywood for his work in The Killing, which recently streamed its fourth and final season on Netflix. But the movie that was to have been his breakthrough into the mainstream, Robocop, fizzled in the U.S. when it was released earlier this year.

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- Borys Kit

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The Killing Post Mortem: Ep Veena Sud Talks That Last Scene, the Lost Kiss, an Offscreen Wedding and... a Season 5?

7 August 2014 11:22 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

By now, you have probably Netflix-binged The Killing‘s final season — and you no doubt have questions of the burning and nagging variety. (If you’re still making your way through the six-episode swan song, bookmark this story and return when you are finished.)

Well, we had questions too — loads of them. About that final scene. About the rumored Holder-Linden kiss. About the surprise cameo. About a possible fifth season. And, after talking to The Killing‘s puppet master Veena Sud, we now have answers.

Related 2014 Cable Renewal Scorecard: What’s Cancelled? What’s Coming Back? What’s on the Bubble? »

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News Bits: 99, Austen, Run, Leprechaun, Smaug

6 August 2014 6:33 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

99 Homes

The first photo is out of Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon in "99 Homes," the upcoming Ramin Bahrani film about a desperate blue-collar construction worker whose family is evicted. He is forced to work for Michael Shannon's crooked real-estate broker, the same man who caused his trouble in the first place. [Source: EW]

Lost in Austen

"Portlandia" co-creator Carrie Brownstein ha been hired to complete the late Nora Ephron's script for the American cinematic remake of the UK mini-series "Lost in Austen" at Columbia Pictures, Neal Street Productions and Good Universe.

The story follows a woman living and working in Brooklyn is transported into the fictional world of Jane Austen’s Pride And Prejudice. Sam Mendes, Nathan Kahane and Pippa Harris will produce. [Source: Screen]

Run All Night

Following "Unknown" and "Non-Stop," the latest action-thriller team-up of Liam Neeson and director Jaume Collet-Serra is "Run All Night" which has now been delayed »

- Garth Franklin

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Liam Neeson Will Run All Night In April 2015

6 August 2014 6:14 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

When the Wachowskis’ space epic Jupiter Ascending was taken off the summer calendar and slotted for next February, we had a feeling that the shift might mess up Warner Bros.’ previously laid plans for early 2015. Now, the studio has officially announced what it’s changing – the Liam Neeson actioner Run All Night has been moved from February 6th (when Jupiter will now open) to April 17th next year.

Even if effects work hadn’t caused Warner Bros. to delay Jupiter, it was possible Run All Night still would have ended up moving forward. After all, Fox is releasing Taken 3, also with Neeson, next January.

Run All Night will mark Neeson’s third collaboration with Unknown and Non-Stop director Jaume Collet-Serra. Brad Inglesby (Out of the Furnace) penned the script, which centers on an aging hitman (Neeson) who is forced to go up against his brutal, sadistic former employer (Ed Harris »

- Isaac Feldberg

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Liam Neeson's 'Run All Night' Moves to Spring 2015

5 August 2014 8:54 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Back in February, Warner Bros. handed out a February 6, 2015 release date for Run All Night, but today, the studio has pushed it to April 17, 2015.

Both its current and former release slot are quite competitive, with a number of high-profile projects set on each date. Run All Night will go up against Lionsgate's Child 44, Focus Features' Selfless, Sony's Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 and Disney's Monkey Kingdom on April 17. Its former date, February 6, is currently occupied by Jupiter Ascending, Seventh Son, Mortdecai and The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water.

Liam Neeson stars in Run All Night as Jimmy, a hitman who squares off with his employer, a ruthless mafia boss (Ed Harris) to ensure the safety of his estranged son (Joel Kinnaman). Common, Vincent D'Onofrio, Boyd Holbrook, Genesis Rodriguez and Nick Nolte also star in director Jaume Collet-Serra's action-thriller.

Run All Night comes to theaters April 17th, 2015 and stars Liam Neeson, »

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Warner Bros Sets Liam Neeson Actioner ‘Run All Night’ For Spring

5 August 2014 5:21 PM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

The studio said in February that the pic starring Liam Neeson and Joel Kinnaman would come out next year, and now it has a firm date. Run All Night, directed by Jaume Collet-Serra from a Brad Ingelsby script, is set for April 17. Action hero Neeson stars as a graying hitman forced to take on his brutal ex-boss to protect his estranged son and his family. Genesis Rodriguez, Vincent D’Onofrio, Ed Harris, Shawn Maguire, Common, Boyd Holbrook and Holt McCallany co-star. The summer-runup weekend is a crowded one, with Run All Night facing off against Sony’s comedy sequel Paul  Blart: […] »

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The Killing, Ep. 4.01, “Blood in the Water” kicks off a new whodunit

4 August 2014 9:53 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Killing, Season 4, Episode 1, “Blood in the Water”

Written by Veena Sud

Directed by Nicole Kassell

Premiered Friday, August 1st on Netflix

A fourth season of The Killing seemed unlikely, to say the least, after the show was canceled. Fortunately for fans, Netflix stepped in and the series’ change in venue will likely shape the final season (it should, for example, allow Joel Kinnaman to drop an f-bomb, which I’ve been waiting for Holder to do since he was introduced back in the first season). What hasn’t changed is the series’ murder-mystery core. The premiere introduces two intertwining plots: the massacre of the Stansbury family (save for one survivor, son Kyle Stansbury, who does not remember the night of the murder), and whether Linden and Holder will be able to successfully cover up Linden’s shooting of Lt. Skinner from last season’s finale. The whodunit of who »

- George Morvis

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The Killing

2 August 2014 11:39 AM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Network: AMC, Netflix

Episodes: 44 (hour)

Seasons: Four

TV show dates: April 3, 2011 -- August 1, 2014

Series status: Revived for final season

Performers include: Mireille Enos, Joel Kinnaman, Billy Campbell, Brent Sexton, Eric Ladin, Jamie Anne Allman, Kristin Lehman, and Michelle Forbes.

TV show description:

Set in Seattle, this TV series initially connects three different stories as they relate to the murder of a teenage girl named Rosie Larsen; the detectives assigned to the case, the victim's grieving family, and the politicians involved in a hotly-contested Seattle mayoral race.

A smart and competent cop, Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) is a homicide detective with the Seattle Police Department. She's a silent watcher who takes in everything without ever revealing her hand. She's also a distance runner and a single mom to whom motherhood doesn't come naturally. »

- TVSeriesFinale.com

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I Spent 4 Seasons Waiting for The Killing to Be Great. It Didn’t Happen.

1 August 2014 2:35 PM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

The Killing returned for a fourth and final season on Netflix today with its greatest asset, its creepy-beautiful atmosphere, intact. Adapted from the superior Danish original by Veena Sud, this onetime AMC drama might feel like a classic if you projected it without sound on a large wall on the back room of a nightclub, where the show's voluptuously beautiful shots of misty mountains, rain-slicked streets, and characters traversing endless hallways could merge in the mind with a synthesized backbeat and whatever cocktails the place serves (probably something rain-themed). As is, The Killing has the same problems as always: a gravely solemn, we-are-reinventing-the-genre swagger that doesn't sync up with the stereotype-driven, sub-Special Victims Unit procedural you're actually watching; a fondness for red herrings and mistaken assumptions that make the two lead cops, Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman), look like total dipsticks; pacing and emphasis problems »

- Matt Zoller Seitz

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The Killing First Look: Will Holder and Linden "Fight to Keep Their Friendship" in the Final Season?

30 July 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Will six episodes be enough to repair one of TV's most complicated relationships? The Killing's resurrection is just days away, with all six episodes of the fourth and final season available to Netflix users on Friday, and we're seriously concerned over Holder and Linden's fractured partnership.  The seriously intense trailer hinted at the divide between the partners, and now we've got exclusive intel from stars Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos and executive producer Veena Sud on the new season and the "complicated" relationship between Linden and Holder after the shocking events of the season-three finale... "There's this break of trust between them. They have to »

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