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Pablo Picasso Set as Season 2 Subject of National Geographic Channel’s ‘Genius’
The legendary Spanish artist, who died in 1973 at the age of 91, was chosen for the depth of his impact on art and the perception of what constitutes art in the modern era. He also fit the bill as a historical figure whose name is well known but his life story is less familiar. Picasso’s story offers plenty of dramatic twists and turns, from the backdrop of two world wars and the Spanish civil war, to myriad romantic relationships and a »
- Cynthia Littleton
Daniel Day-Lewis Retired From Acting Once Before, Remember?
When it comes to the world of acting, Daniel Day-Lewis is in a league all his own. Despite his notoriously sparse filmography, he has proven time after time that he is absolutely without peer. And in a statement made to Variety on Tuesday, he unceremoniously announced his retirement from acting. The sixty-year-old thespian told the news outlet that he “is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years. This is a private decision and neither he nor his representatives will make any further comment on the subject.” He will appear in one final film, The
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- Brian Hadsell
The Bold and the Beautiful Spoilers: Brooke Runs Into Sheila
The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers tell us there is a lot going on right now, and things are taking a turn for the crazier. Brooke hasn’t had the pleasure yet of seeing Sheila, but we hear she’s in for a fun surprise in the near future when she gets to run into her. It will be anything but a friendly reunion, and it’ll be awkward for certain. These two have very little to share with one another that’s good, but they also have very little to share with one another at all. Brooke is not going to talk to
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- Tiffany Raiford
General Hospital Spoilers: Jason Gets A Surprising Offer
General Hospital fans are going to see that Sam is finally in a happy place when a surprise visitor shows up at her home. it’s Michael Quartermaine. He wants to have Jason work with them at Elq in the family’s business. He wants him back, and Jason has a lot to think about. Sam knows what she wants right away. She is all over this, and she wants her husband to take this job. She wants it because she can guarantee his safety if he takes this job. It’s a desk job at an office, and it’s not one that
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- Tiffany Raiford
Days of Our Lives Spoilers: Chloe Decides to Do the Right Thing
Days of Our Lives spoilers tell us that Chloe’s news she’s leaving town is going to change. Nicole and Brady are upset, shocked, and heartbroken over all that’s happened, and it’s finally time for them to get a little good news. Nicole is worried that her freedom means nothing without living life with her daughter, and she’s about to get the news of a lifetime. Chloe has decided she doesn’t want to keep Holly from her mother. She wants to let her have Holly so they can be a family, and she doesn’t want to get in their way anymore.
- Tiffany Raiford
How to Stream the 2017 NBA Draft
The NBA Draft is always an exciting night for all types of basketball fans. This year’s draft will take place at 7:00 p.m. Et on Thursday, June 22nd. There’s a ton of hype that goes into the NBA Draft every year and the predictions for the draft order basically started one day after last year’s draft. We’ve now finished the season and heard plenty of If you’re interested in watching the event, you’ll have several ways to stream the NBA Draft on Thursday night. A lot of the attention heading up to the draft has been around the top two
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- Chris Brantner
Constantin Inks First-Look Film and TV Deal with Prime Universe
The two-year agreement covers movie and TV projects and is the latest step in Munich-based Constantin’s efforts to ramp up its English-language slate. In the wake of the deal, Prime Universe Films will be based at Constantin’s West Hollywood offices.
Askarieh’s last film was 20th Century Fox’s video game-based “Hitman: Agent 47.” Upcoming movies include “Just Cause,” based on the Square Enix video game and which Jason Momoa (“Aquaman”) Brad Peyton (“San Andreas”) attached to direct.
“We are welcoming Adrian into the Constantin family, »
- Stewart Clarke
TV Characters We’re Most Proud Of in the Past Year
The 2016-2017 year was very busy for television! At times it was tough to keep up with, but we at TVOvermind were able to manage. What’s more, we’ve come together to discuss the best, the worst, and the wacky that happened this year. We’ve decided to come up with a numerous amount of categories for “best” and “worst” of and today we’re going to go over those characters that truly made us proud. Whether they experienced personal growth, accomplished something great, or just made us cry, we hope you enjoy our staff’s picks! Jasef Wisener – Jessica Day (New Girl) I’ve
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- Araceli Aviles
‘War and Peace’ Producer Lookout Point Staffs Up
Hopkinson, who counts “Wallander” among his credits, will be an executive producer at Lookout Point, developing his own slate and working on “A Suitable Boy,” the upcoming adaptation of the Vikram Seth novel for the BBC. He will also be part of the management team at Benchmark, the drama business run by former BBC director of television Danny Cohen, and which was set up by Access Entertainment, BBC Worldwide, and Lookout Point. »
- Stewart Clarke
Spain’s Boomerang, Argentina’s Underground Link for ‘El Extranjero’
Santiago De Compostela, Spain — Spain’s Boomerang TV Group and Argentina’s Underground Producciones, two of the most active TV fiction production houses on the Spanish-language TV scene, have inked to co-produce “El Extranjero,” a TV series adding new elements to the Nordic Noir mix.
The deal was sealed and unveiled at Conecta Fiction, the new Latin American TV co-production forum which runs June 20-23 in Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, northwest Spain.
Announced Thursday, the co-production takes Nordic Noir beats – there’s a murder in a far-flung location, and person from outside the local community who attempts to solve the »
- John Hopewell
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Zach Cregger
The vast majority of individuals working in the entertainment industry find themselves in a particular role, such as producer, actor, comedian, or writer. The talent and work ethic required to succeed in any one art can make it difficult to branch out into other fields. A select few performers are able to use their gifts in a variety of positions. Such is the case with the hilarious and talented Zach Cregger. Although Cregger has appeared in some high profile productions, he is perhaps best known for his work with the sketch comedy group The Whitest Kids U’ Know. He can
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- Timothy Hickey
‘Downton Abbey’ Movie To Start Production In 2018
The wheels are moving on the Downton Abbey movie as NBCUniversal International Studios confirmed on Wednesday that production for a big screen adaptation of the hit series is set to begin next year. NBCU Int’l Studios President Michael Edelstein told the Associated Press that the company hopes to assemble 20 cast members from the Carnival Films/Masterpiece series, which ran on ITV in the UK and PBS in the U.S., for a production start date in 2018. "We are working on… »
‘Downton Abbey’ Movie Aims for Production in 2018
The much anticipated “Downton Abbey” movie project is moving forward, with the big screen adaptation of the period series set to head into production next year.
The series, which follows the lives of an aristocratic English family, ended its six season run on ITV in the U.K. and PBS in the U.S. in 2015 and 2016 respectively, and the producer of the show, Carnival Films, and its studio owner, NBCUniversal, have frequently spoken about making a “Downton” movie.
- Stewart Clarke
At the Monte Carlo TV Fest Stana Katic Shines As the Star of Absentia
Actress Stana Katic was smiling all weekend at The 57th Monte Carlo TV Fest, and with good reason. The Sony Pictures Television series Absentia opened the festival and she’s its star – and one of the executive producers. It’s a great place to be a little over a year after that strange business with the end ABC’s Castle. Doing Monte Carlo Stana Katic Style Stana’s always been a style queen on red carpets and she’s definitely continued the tradition at the Monte Carlo TV Fest! Aside from her red carpet looks, Stana also attended a Monte Carlo TV Fest Cocktail party on the arm of her husband
- Joy D'Angelo
Whatever Happened to the Cast of Burn Notice?
I can remember when the Burn Notice first hit television. It was a new spin on the spy genre that provided plenty of excitement and thrills. There were so many twists in the plot along the way that viewers were constantly kept on the edge of their seats. With a star-studded cast that included Jeffrey Donavan, Gabrielle Anwar, Coby Bell, Bruce Campbell and Sharon Gless, there is no doubt that the show possessed the firepower to be great. The writing for the show was nothing short of spectacular, but as with everything, all good things must come to an end.
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- Rick Wallace
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Ginger Gonzaga
Wrecked has emerged as a highly popular new show with a talented and diverse cast. One of the most intriguing characters on the show is Emma, portrayed by Ginger Gonzaga. Gonzaga is a highly talented and versatile actor who has appeared in notable productions like Togetherness, Legit, and Ted. Despite the popularity of the productions she has performed in, many people know little about Gonzaga. This is a shame, as her background reveals her to be a multi-talented, hard working individual. For those who want to know more about this Wrecked star, here are five of the most interesting facts
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- Timothy Hickey
The Top Five Best Uses of Beatles Songs in Movies
Although they were together for just a decade, The Beatles music is the soundtrack of our lives. Their rich variety of tunes and poetic lyrics can fit just about any occasion. Love songs, angry songs, whimsical tunes, it’s all there in the treasure trove left behind by four men who changed the course of musical destiny. Usually, when we hear a Beatles song as part of a film, it’s a cover version, but it works nonetheless. From wedding scenes to a Michael Moore documentary, here are five of the best uses of Beatles songs in films. All You Need is
- Virginia Repka-Franco
Five Movies That Were Way Ahead of Their Time
Sometimes there are movies that make us think the writer had a magic ball that revealed to him events that were yet to happen or what the world would look like in years or even decades in the future. And it’s not always movies that are necessarily about the future itself. Sometimes the movies are just way ahead in term of their thinking and rationale. Today we’re going to countdown 5 movies that did just that. These flicks were way ahead of their time… 1. The Terminator (1984) Cyborgs from the future, machines taking over the world, Artificial intelligence networks
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- Matt Clark
Designated Survivor: Virginia Madsen Says She's Not Returning for Season 2
Okay, what is going on in Hollywood? Network shows returning for new seasons are seeing casting shake ups left and right. Following massive actor departures on Quantico and Taken, the latest to feel the sting of kicking actors to the curb is ABC's Designated Survivor, which heads into its second
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- Tim Surette
Galicia’s Vaca, Portocabo Bet on Thriller ‘Garbo’ to Kickstart TV Fiction Alliance
Santiago De Compostela, Spain — Portocabo and Vaca Films, two production outfits based out of Spain’s Galicia, both with an international scope, are teaming on historical thriller mini-series “Garbo, El espía que engañó a Hitler” (literally: Garbo, The Spy Who Double-Crossed Hitler), as the start to a TV fiction alliance.
Inspired by the life of the one-off Juan Pujol, alias Garbo,a Spanish double agent who helped change the course of World War II, the six-episode TV drama is penned by film director and screenwriter Patxi Amezcua (“25 Carat,” “7th Floor,” “Capture the Flag”) with Pujol’s biographer and WWII espionage expert, »
- Emiliano De Pablos
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