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In this exclusive first look at the film — a dark comedy about a woman’s struggle with anorexia — Collins appears gaunt sitting in a doctor’s office wearing a medical gown. Keanu Reeves, who plays Collins’ physician in the film, stands across from her with a stethoscope in hand.
Based on writer-director Marti Noxon’s real-life experiences, the film tells the story of a young artist of divorced parents (Collins) going through an emotionally turbulent time. Carrie Preston plays her difficult stepmother, while Reeves »
The narrator of the book is a teenage boy who watches his parents’ marriage start to come apart after the family moves to Montana. ”In the fall of 1960, when I was 16 and my father was for a time not working, my mother met a man named Warren Miller and fell in love with him,” the book begins.
Neither Dano nor Kazan are expected to act in “Wildlife.” Dano’s credits include “Little Miss Sunshine,” “There Will Be Blood,” “12 Years a Slave,” “Love & Mercy” and “Swiss Army Man.” He’s currently in production on “Okja” with “Snowpiercer director Bong Joon-Ho.
- Dave McNary
Exclusive: Alexandra Shipp, who plays Storm in Fox’s recent X-Men: Apocalypse and was Ice Cube’s wife in Straight Outta Compton, has signed with Wme. She also is known for portraying Aaliyah in the 2014 Lifetime biopic. Upcoming, Ship has the indie pic Dude from Olivia Milch starring opposite Lucy Hale, Kathryn Prescott and Nora "Awkwafina" Lum. Also a songwriter, pianist and avid guitar player, she is currently working on her first Ep. Shipp had been with ICM Partners… »
Jones is directing from a script by Julie Yaeger Rudd, centering on four moms whose only common ground is their kids’ preschool class, who decide to get together for a harmless “fun mom dinner.” When the night suddenly takes an unexpected turn and things gets real, these unlikely new friends soon realize they have more in common than just marriage and motherhood.
June Pictures and Gettin’ Rad Productions are the production companies. Producers are June Pictures’ partners Andrew Duncan and Alex Saks with Gettin’ Rad’s Naomi Scott. Paul Rudd and Adam Scott will executive produce.
- Dave McNary
Episodes: 36 (hour)
TV show dates: July 8, 2014 -- December 15, 2015
Series status: Cancelled
TV show description:
This family drama revolves around Carter Stevens (Kathryn Prescott), a teenage girl who believes she has the perfect life. That all changes one night when the police raid a high school party and she learns that her single mother, Lori (Milena Govich), abducted her as a toddler.
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Despite the fact that the show's creator had plans for season three, here won't be a third season of the Finding Carter TV show on MTV. The cable channel has cancelled the drama after 36 episodes.
On Finding Carter, a teenager (Kathryn Prescott) discovers that her beloved single mom actually abducted her as an infant and she's reunited with her birth family. The cast also includes Cynthia Watros, Anna Jacoby-Heron, Alexis Denisof, Zac Pullam, and Alex Saxon.
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“Finding Carter” will not be returning for a third season.
Zac Pullam, who played Grant on the teen family drama, tweeted news about the cancellation on Friday.
Sad to say it but if you don’t already know, Finding Carter won’t be returning for a season 3
— Zac Pułłam (@zacpullam12) January 29, 2016
Following Pullam’s tweet, Variety confirmed with an MTV spokesperson that the series is in fact canceled.
Debuting in summer 2014, “Finding Carter” wrapped its second season this past December, after 36 episodes in total. In its second season, the series averaged only 720,000 same-day viewers, according to Nielsen, down from 1.14 million for its first season in 2014.
Created by Terri Minsky and Emily Silver, the show starred Kathryn Prescott as a young girl who finds out that the woman she thought was her mother actually abducted her from her biological family when she was three years old.
When “Carter” premiered, Variety‘s »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
“Finding Carter” has been canceled by MTV and will not return for a third season. Cast member Zac Pullam first revealed the news on Twitter Friday. “Sad to say it, but if you don’t already know, Finding Carter won’t be returning for a Season 3,” he wrote. The series starred “Skins” alum Kathryn Prescott as Carter, a teenage girl who was abducted at age three and finds herself reunited with her long-lost blood relatives. Also read: Crystal Reed to Return to 'Teen Wolf' The show’s second season finale, which will now serve as a series finale, »
- Reid Nakamura
8 items from 2016
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