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Wolf Creek 6-Part Series to Make Us Premiere on the Pop Network this October

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Following its debut on the Australian streaming service Stan this past May, the six-part Wolf Creek series—featuring John Jarratt once again playing the malevolent Mick Taylor—will make its Us premiere on the Pop network on October 14th.

Comprised of six one-hour episodes, the Wolf Creek series was directed by Tony Tilse and Greg McLean (director of Wolf Creek and Wolf Creek 2) from a script by Peter Gawler and Felicity Packard. The series pits a vengeful young woman named Eve (Lucy Fry) against infamous Outback killer Mick Taylor (Jarratt):

Press Release: Los Angeles, CA – July 27, 2016 – Inspired by one of the most terrifying, cult movie franchises ever released in theaters, named one of “The 25 best horror movies since 2000” (Av Squad), one of “The 100 Best Horror films” (Time Out), and one of “The 25 Best Horror Movies Since The Shining” (Vulture), the six-part television event, Wolf Creek, is a psychological »

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'Stranger Things': How Netflix's Retro Hit Resurrects the Eighties

21 July 2016 6:30 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It's one thing to set a TV series in the 1980s; it's a whole other thing, however, to make it feel like it was actually shot during the Reagan-and-Rubik's-Cube era. Matt and Ross Duffer's new Netflix series Stranger Things is full of nostalgic nods to the decade and its pop-cultural products, but it's also uncommonly rigorous about getting the details just right — whether it's the many pitch-perfect music cues, the hat-tipping nods and homages to Eighties movies, or simply nailing the cringeworthy fashion statements of the day (those Mom jeans! »

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Broad City is More New York Than Friends Ever Was

12 July 2016 12:30 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

The Changing Face of Sitcom FriendshipsHow Broad City is more New York than Friends ever was.Comedy Central / Fsr Illustration

Sitcoms often reflect the attitudes, aesthetics, and fears of their times. These reflections of ourselves in the faces of very pretty people is what makes sitcoms relatable and therefore engaging. Friends was a cultural phenomenon. Today, with the myriad of other content options available, sitcoms don’t reach the same level of viewership. Even with its diminished cultural significance, the sitcom is still a soft zeitgeist of our times, if Broad City is any indication.

Friends and Broad City share a core premise; they’re sitcoms about friendship. They’re both shows set in New York City. They’re both about the lives of somewhat privileged twenty-somethings — that was the original premise of Friends, anyway. The differences in the two shows reflect some greater differences between Generation X and Millennials, particularly »

- Allison Bigelow

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Olympic Silver Medalist Gus Kenworthy on Espy Nomination and Life After Coming Out

11 July 2016 5:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In October 2015, Olympic freeskier Gus Kenworthy became the first action sports athlete to come out as gay on the cover of Espn magazine. "At that point I had told my friends and family but when it came time to tell the world I mean I was really scared," Kenworthy, 24, tells People. "I didn't know what was going to happen." What followed was a wave of support for the silver medalist, from athletes, celebrities and strangers alike. Kenworthy was inundated with messages, but one kind stood out. "What made me most happy about coming was getting messages from kids saying that »

- Tiare Dunlap, @tiaredunlap

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Olympic Silver Medalist Gus Kenworthy on Espy Nomination and Life After Coming Out

11 July 2016 5:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In October 2015, Olympic freeskier Gus Kenworthy became the first action sports athlete to come out as gay on the cover of Espn magazine. "At that point I had told my friends and family but when it came time to tell the world I mean I was really scared," Kenworthy, 24, tells People. "I didn't know what was going to happen." What followed was a wave of support for the silver medalist, from athletes, celebrities and strangers alike. Kenworthy was inundated with messages, but one kind stood out. "What made me most happy about coming was getting messages from kids saying that »

- Tiare Dunlap, @tiaredunlap

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Julianne Moore Says Her Teenagers Live 'Regular' Lives

9 July 2016 2:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

In a new interview with Australia's Daily Telegraph, Julianne Moore opened up about raising son Caleb, 18, and daughter Liv, 14, to have relatively normal lives, despite having a very famous mom. "They live a regular life. I make breakfast for them, my husband drives them to school and we all go to basketball games," Moore, 55, said. "Both my kids play a lot of basketball - my son's a really, really good player." She added: "We have family vacations. We're involved in their lives and they don't have jobs. I don't think it's a good thing for kids to work." Related Video: »

- Andrea Park, @scandreapark

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James Franco’s Movie Column: Civil War Meets Mumblecore in ‘Men Go To Battle’

7 July 2016 6:15 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

James + Semaj is a column where James Franco talks to his reverse self, Semaj, about new films. Rather than a conventional review, it is place where James and Semaj can muse about ideas that the films provoke. James loves going to the movies and talking about them. But a one-sided take on a movie, in print, might be misconstrued as a review. As someone in the industry it could be detrimental to James’s career if he were to review his peers, because unlike the book industry—where writers review other writer’s books—the film industry is highly collaborative, and a bad review of a peer could create problems. So, assume that James (and Semaj) love all these films. What they’re interested in talking about is all the ways the films inspire them, and make them think. James is me, and Semaj is the other side of me. »

- James Franco

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‘Carrie’: Brian De Palma’s Empathetic Reflection of Abuse

6 July 2016 10:08 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Brian De Palma‘s Carrie begins in the soft-haze of a high-school girls’ locker room. The camera lingers of the naked bodies of Carrie’s (Sissy Spacek) abusers and clearly sets them apart from the frail girl who showers by herself. As the others frolic and laugh among themselves, Carrie rests inside of her own body. In close-up, Carrie washes her face, breasts, and abdomen until she reaches her inner thigh. She drops her bar of soap and the lilting score from composer Pino Donaggio changes key into something more sinister when it is revealed that Carrie has begun her first period and menstrual blood slides down the side of her leg. She screams at the arrival of the punishment of Eve, and blood will be a harbinger of everything to come for one Carrie White.

Carrie is De Palma’s most empathetic picture in large part because of Spacek »

- The Film Stage

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Karlovy Vary: Roberto Ando on Mystery Thriller ‘The Confessions’

6 July 2016 6:32 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Karlovy Vary — Italian director Roberto Ando’s latest film, “Le confessioni” (The Confessions), is a spiritual sequel to his 2013 hit “Viva la liberta” (Long Live Freedom). While his previous film provided a satirical look at Italian politics, “The Confessions” broadens the filmmaker’s canvass to skewer global economic institutions.

The mystery thriller, which is vying for Karlovy Vary Film Festival’s Crystal Globe, centers on a simple monk, played by Toni Servillo, who upsets the goings-on at a G8 meeting in a seaside hotel in northern Germany (the Grand Hotel Heiligendamm, which actually hosted a G8 meeting in 2007) after a high-ranking official is found dead. The film’s international cast includes Daniel Auteuil, Connie Nielsen, Marie-Josee Croze, Pierfrancesco Favino, Lambert Wilson and Moritz Bleibtreu.

Produced by Angelo Barbagallo, the film has already sold to a number of territories worldwide via Italian sales company True Colours, including major markets in Europe, »

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Is it time for a horror movie about the evils of Donald Trump?

5 July 2016 6:31 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

The anxieties of Vietnam and Reagan found expression in horror films – so now that America has a truly scary candidate, who can sum up the country’s fear?

A noxious reality TV star is a mainstream political party’s candidate for president, running on a platform of prideful ignorance and alarmist bravado. Voters have been sold on the logic of punishing the American government for toadying up to the rich – by voting directly for the rich.

A much larger proportion of the electorate is terrified of a Donald Trump presidency, of course. This alarm has led to protests of all kinds. One image circulated on Facebook depicts the “Make America great again” huckster as one of the mossy-colored, skull-exposed aliens from John Carpenter’s They Live. Below this monstrous caricature is a caption that will be familiar to fans of the horror film: Obey.

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- Chuck Bowen

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Comic-Con 2016: Scream Factory Announces “Inside Look” Panel & The Return Of The Living Dead Autograph Signing

30 June 2016 12:20 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Scream Factory celebrates over three decades of Dan O'Bannon's graveyard bash at this year's Comic-Con with a special Return of the Living Dead autograph signing, and their annual "Inside Look" panel will feature the eagerly anticipated announcements of future releases

Taking place at Shout! Factory's booth (#4118) on Friday, July 22nd, The Return of the Living Dead autograph signing will feature cast members Thom Mathews (Freddy) and John Philbin (Chuck), as well as Sean Clark, who hosted a new episode of Horror's Hallowed Grounds for the Collector's Edition Blu-ray of the beloved horror comedy.

"An Inside Look at Shout! Factory and Scream Factory" panel, meanwhile, will be held in Room 29Ab at 8:00pm. Below, we have the official press release with full details:

Press Release: Now a mainstay at San Diego Comic-Con International, pop-culture purveyor Shout! Factory returns to the convention in 2016 with a dynamic lineup, featuring captivating panel events, »

- Derek Anderson

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John Carpenter Talks To Marc Maron About His Bloody Great Filmography, Rages at Modern Reaganites – Listen

30 June 2016 10:15 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

John Carpenter loves to work. In the 1980s, he made a new movie almost every single year, including soon-to-be-classics like “The Thing,” “Escape From New York” and “They Live.” Even in semi-retirement, he has re-emerged as a musician, releasing a new album with his bandmates (his son Cody and godson Daniel Davies), “Lost Themes II,” this year.

The 68-year-old artist appeared on Marc Maron’s “Wtf” podcast to, in traditional Maron fashion, discuss his entire career. They talked Carpenter’s friendship with longtime collaborator Kurt Russell, his confusion about the generational of movie-watching and most incisively his fear that the politics he attacked in “They Live” are more alive than ever today.

Read More: ‘The Thing’ Making-Of Documentary: John Carpenter, Kurt Russell & More Go Deep on the Cult Classic

“I wanted to be a director,” said Carpenter. “I didn’t care about the money. I wanted to be a movie director. »

- Russell Goldman

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Review: The Purge: Election Year Might be the Most Important Horror Movie of 2016

29 June 2016 6:37 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Right now, the United States is at a major crossroads, and as a citizen, I don’t think I’ve ever been more worried about what the future holds for us than I have been over the last nine months. Regardless of whatever your political or social beliefs are, there’s no denying that collectively our nation is on the crux of something huge, which is why The Purge: Election Year might truly be the most important horror movie to be released this year.

While its message can be clunky at times, The Purge: Election Year is still purposeful in its storytelling, and considering everything that is happening around us—from the presidential campaign to gun debates to race relations to police violence to terrorism—I can’t help but feel we need a movie like this now more than ever. As someone who grew up watching films like Dawn of the Dead, »

- Heather Wixson

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‘The Thing’ Making-Of Documentary: John Carpenter, Kurt Russell & More Go Deep on the Cult Classic

22 June 2016 4:50 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Though widely considered a classic of sci-fi/horror, “The Thing” was hardly greeted as such when it first came out in 1982. John Carpenter’s best film — which is saying a lot, considering he’s also directed “Halloween,” “Assault on Precinct 13” and “They Live” — made just under $20 million domestically against its $15 million budget, a disappointing result that couldn’t have been helped by “E.T.” hitting theaters two weeks earlier. In a new making-of documentary, Carpenter and his collaborators both in front of and behind the camera take a deep dive into the cult classic.

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Carpenter speaks about his first exposure to Howard Hawks’ “The Thing from Another World,” which came out when was a small child, while star Kurt Russell (who went on to collaborate with the writer/director several more times) fondly recalls scenes in which »

- Michael Nordine

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’31’ Trailer: Rob Zombie Returns With Carnies Who Have Twelve Hours To Survive

14 June 2016 9:48 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In Rob Zombie’s latest horror film “31,” a group of carnival workers are traveling through the country in an Rv on Halloween night in 1976. On their trip, they’re stopped and attacked with only six of them taken alive. Soon, they’re taken to a strange building where three strangers in aristocratic garb force them to play a survival game: For the next 12 hours, they must wander through a maze of rooms evading murder and torture the entire time. If they survive for the full 12 hours, they’ll be set free, but if not, they’ll join their carnival friends in the grave. “31” stars Malcolm McDowell (“A Clockwork Orange”), Sheri Moon Zombie (“The Lords of Salem”), Richard Brake (“Game of Thrones”), E.G. Daily (“Rugrats”), Meg Foster (“They Live”), Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs (“Cooley High”), and more. Watch the trailer for “31” above.

Read More: Kevin Smith and Rob Zombie Lead 2016 Sundance Film Festival Midnight Section

Rob Zombie rose to fame as the founding member of the ’80s heavy metal band White Zombie. They released four albums between 1987 and 1995; their debut record “Soul-Crusher” was particularly acclaimed, especially by musicians like Kurt Cobain of Nirvana and Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth. He briefly focused on his solo work before shifting his attention to directing horror films. Some of his previous credits include “House of 1000 Corpses” and its sequel “The Devil’s Rejects,” the remake of “Halloween” and its sequel “Halloween II,” and “The Lords of Salem.”

“31” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January. It will be released on VOD platforms on September 16th and in a limited theatrical release on October 21st.

Read More: Rob Zombie on Going for Broke With ‘Lords of Salem’ and Why Making a Third ‘Halloween’ Would Be ‘Masochistic’

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- Vikram Murthi

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DreamWorks’ Kendal Cronkhite Unveils ‘Trolls’’ Art and Craft at Annecy

14 June 2016 4:29 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Annecy — Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrik stole the show at the Cannes Festival’s presentation of DreamWorks Animation’s musical comedy ‘Trolls,’ dueting its finale song “True Colors” in the Palais des Festivals, with Timberlake on acoustic guitar.

At the Annecy Animation Festival on June 14, the central stage belonged to DreamWorks’ trolls themselves, six-inch-high forest folk with pudgy faces and an obelisk of straight-up hair the color of tropical dyes.

In an 80-minute presentation, featuring a continuous 17 minutes of fully-lit final footage, Kendal Cronkhite, “Trolls’” production designer, talked at length about how through film’s interplay of theme and craft contributed towards embodying its directors’ vision. Made up of mostly young animators, many from French animation schools, the sometimes dazzling show of artistry played to an appreciative audience.

An original story directed by Mike Mitchell (“Shrek Forever After”) and Walt Dohrn,  a story artist on “Shrek 2” and “Madagascar,” “Trolls” turns on “finding one’s true self and true happiness, which is all inside,” Cronkhite commented at Annecy. The trolls themselves seem to have mastered that life art. Poppy (Anna Kendrick), “Trolls” heroine, has a slightly hippy air with her straight-up red hair topped off in a pony tail and a blue headband bedecked in green flowers. She scrapbooks, has sleepover parties, and wears a wrist watch which blossoms and lights up every half hour, reminding her to hug all her fellow trolls.

From the extended sequence shown at Annecy, it’s clear that those who could do with more happiness training, are the Bergens – monster urban human-scale trolls who, in a ‘70s retro touch, wear polyester, consume fast food and are pale, poor and miserable. They are only content one day a year, at Trollstice, when they feast on the mini troll folk. Doing so, they experience fleeting joy.

Also in need of a crash course in happiness is Branch (Justin Timberlake), who’s about as downbeat as mini-Trolls get, a near curmudgeonly loner who lives in a bunker, fearing imminent Bergen attack. When the Bergens capture her 12 best friends, Poppy sets out to rescue them. Plucked from “Trolls’” late second act, the 17-minute sequence at Annecy took in Poppy trying to persuade Branch to accompany her to Bergen Town. He refuses. On the way, Poppy sings an anthem, “Get Back Up Again,” as her environment, designed by Cronkhite, goes through 27  fantasy locations.

“Poppy” is a super-positive, happy loving personality,” Cronkhite said, though the near psychedelic environments she encounters on her way to Bergen Town really kick her butt, whether gummy sugar candy geysers or a knit macrame snake that chases her through the jungle of its body, or a hill creature whose mouth she falls into, or popping balloon eyeballs. But Poppy doesn’t lose one ounce of optimism. Branch, a Bergen expert, reluctantly catches up with her to take her into Bergen Town.

Cronkite also showcased the various stages of production. Using a sequence where Poppy sings Simon and Garfunkel classic “The Sounds of Silence” to Branch, Cronkhite broke down the film into a progression reel – a four-panel split-screen – of b/w storyboard drawings with soundtrack; lay-out of sets and characters’; animation, with the characters acting in the scene; and the final surface-light pass. All parts played simultaneously. The demonstration was a testament to the skill of the story artists whose tight work matched pretty closely the end result.

Designing the look of a film, the characters and environments, a production designer boards early on and works in tandem with the head of story, writers and directors and editors, Cronkhite said.

A DreamWorks veteran – she art designed “Antz,” DreamWorks Animation’s first CGI movie – Cronkhite’s challenge was to transfuse “Trolls” informing themes into the look of the movie. Her aim was to create “a very fuzzy, fibre-art inspired world” in CG, she explained.

Danish woodcutter Thomas Dam carved the first troll doll in 1959. The first part of “Trolls’” process was to take the character and break it down, according to Cronkhite. DreamWorks kept the trolls’ hair and the “stubby, fat, rounded fat language of the troll,” she added.

Cronkite had a “lightbulb moment,” she said, when she wondered  “if the whole Troll world could be wool. Because of their positive nature, diversity and their communal lifestyle, it made sense that their environment should reflect them,” she added.

“Since we were going with a fiber-felted world, we decided to do the same with the characters.”

For Cronkhite, the ‘70s was an important inspiration. “That’s when the doll became very popular. We decided that the trolls would be our hippies of the ‘70s. They live in nature. They macrame. They’re probably vegetarians.”

DreamWorks hired Portland-based Sayuri Sasaki Hemann, a fabric, fibre and encaustic paintings artist, to take early development drawings from the film’s stylist, Amelie Flechais, a French comic and children’s book illustrator, and build a fibre, six-feet model world.

The Trolls always have a song on their lips. Indeed, the comedy highlight of the 17-minute continuous footage shown at Annecy was Poppy singing “The Sounds of Silence” to Branch, backed up by a forest creature chorus. In one of the film’s latest talent announcements, Crondhike’s Annecy preview comes as DreamWorks Animation has officially confirmed that Christophe Beck (“Frozen,” “The Hangover”) will serve as “Trolls’” composer. Justin Timberlake is executive producing “Trolls’” entire soundtrack, and has written four original songs for the film, including “Can’t Stop the Feeling” which, released on May 6, has topped charts in the U.S. and U.K. As “Frozen” suggested, Beck is adept at working in such a structure.

“We are delighted to be working with Chris; he is masterfully unifying our patchwork tapestry of song cues from many eras and giving our film an emotional and harmonious sophistication,” said “Trolls’” producer Gina Shay.

From a screenplay by Jonathan Aibel and Glenn Berger, who co-penned “King Fu Panda 3,” “Trolls” is slated for a Nov. 4 release from Fox becoming Dwa’s second-half 2016 title, before DreamWorks’ “Boss Baby,” another Annecy sneak-peek, bows in the U.S. on March 10, 2017.

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- John Hopewell

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John Carpenter’s The Thing 2-Disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray set & Special offers

11 June 2016 7:00 AM, PDT | Horror News | See recent Horror News news »

John Carpenter’S Iconic Masterpiece The Thing 2-disc Collector’S Edition Blu-ray™ Set Arrives September 20, 2016 In 1982 legendary genre filmmaker John Carpenter (Halloween, They Live) unleashed The Thing–a chilling sci-fi thriller that raised the bar on shocking special effects and terrified movie audiences worldwide. On September 20, 2016, the Scream Factory™ home entertainment brand is …

The post John Carpenter’s The Thing 2-Disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray set & Special offers first appeared on Hnn | Horrornews.net - Official News Site »

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Scream Factory Reveals Features/Pre-Order for The Thing Blu-ray

8 June 2016 10:13 AM, PDT | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Scream Factory Reveals Features/Pre-Order for The Thing Blu-ray In 1982 legendary genre filmmaker John Carpenter (Halloween, They Live) unleashed The Thing–a chilling sci-fi thriller that raised the bar on shocking special effects and terrified movie audiences worldwide. On September 20, 2016, the Scream Factory home entertainment brand is proud to present this landmark horror film…

The post Scream Factory Reveals Features/Pre-Order for The Thing Blu-ray appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »

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John Carpenter’s The Thing Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Release Details & Cover Art

8 June 2016 8:58 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Scream Factory has revealed the special features list and cover art for their Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of John Carpenter’s The Thing, due out on September 20th with a new 2K scan of the film’s inter-positive, a new audio commentary with director of photography Dean Cundey, and much more:

Press Release: In 1982 legendary genre filmmaker John Carpenter (Halloween, They Live) unleashed The Thing–a chilling sci-fi thriller that raised the bar on shocking special effects and terrified movie audiences worldwide. On September 20, 2016, the Scream Factory™ home entertainment brand is proud to present this landmark horror film in a 2-disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray release which includes a brand new 2K scan of the film (supervised by Director of Photography Dean Cundey) and over 5 hours of extras.

Directed by Carpenter, The Thing stars Kurt Russell (Escape from New York, Big Trouble in Little China) and features special visual effects »

- Derek Anderson

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Alan Yang, Kenya Barris on TV’s Diversity Boom, the Upside of Awards

8 June 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Kenya Barris and Alan Yang have never worked together, but they have played together. The breakout comedy showrunners first met in a regular pickup basketball game organized by ABC exec Cort Cass. At the time, Yang was on staff at NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” and Barris was establishing a resume including Bet’s “The Game” and TBS’ “Are We There Yet?” Now, they’re running their own series: Barris is prepping season three of ABC’s “Black-ish” and Yang is at work on season two of Netflix’s “Master of None.” Fresh off Peabody wins for their acclaimed half-hours, Variety spoke with the pair about the upside of awards, TV’s diversity boom and why it’s a great time to be working in comedy.

Congratulations to you both on your Peabody wins. Having just experienced that, what are your feelings on awards?

Alan Yang: You don’t »

- Geoff Berkshire

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