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Irish Horror Beyond The Woods To Screen At Fright Night Film Festival

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Seán Breathnach's debut horror film is set to screen at the largest genre film festival in the USA, Fright Night Film Festival in Kentucky from November 25th to 27th. Written and directed by Breathnach, Beyond the Woods tells the story of a gang of friends who meet up for a weekend away in an isolated holiday home in the middle of a forest. Unfortunately for them, a fiery sink-hole has opened nearby, roads have been closed and there's a real stench of sulphur. The friends won't let a small thing like that spoil their plans to party, but as the weekend progresses some of them start acting out of character, one goes missing and little by little they realise that it's not just a sinkhole that opened up nearby but something altogether more horrific. The film stars Irene Kelleher (Game of Thrones), Ross Mac Mahon (Penny Dreadful) and Claire Loy »

- noreply@blogger.com (Tom White)

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Game of Thrones Season 7 Premiere Pushed to Summer 2017

18 July 2016 9:07 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Game of Thrones fans, new episodes aren’t coming for at least another year.

HBO on Monday confirmed that the drama’s seven-episode Season 7 won’t premiere until Summer 2017 as a result of a winter-imposed production delay. The move will take Thrones out of the 2017 Emmy race, seeing as how the eligibility period ends on May 31 (first day of Summer 2017 is June 21).

Prior to this, Thrones‘ latest premiere date was April 24 (for the just-wrapped Season 6.)

“Now that winter has arrived on Game of Thrones, executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss felt that »

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Rob Lowe Joins Code Black Season 2 as Series Regular

5 July 2016 2:56 PM, PDT | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

Code Black wasn't an out of the gate hit.

But it really put the pedal to the metal as far as the medical drama was concerned. Every week, Code Black Season 1 had a very strong medical case, sometimes involving their own characters. 

Rob Lowe is about to become one of those characters. He's joined as a series regular!!

His character will be introduced on the second season premiere on September 28.

A doctor in the U.S. Military’s prestigious Combat Casualty Care research program, Colonel Ethan Willis, has been pulled out of a combat hospital in Afghanistan and embedded at Angels Memorial to teach what the military has learned about combat medicine.

His aggressive, rule-breaking style is greeted enthusiastically by Dr. Leanne Rorish (Marcia Gay Harden), but not by all the other doctors.

In addition to Harden, he’ll join Code Black stars Luis Guzman, Melanie Chandra, Harry Ford, Benjamin Hollingsworth, »

- Carissa Pavlica

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Rob Lowe Joins Code Black as New Regular Amid Season 2 Shakeup

5 July 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Dr. Vegas is trying his luck at Angels Memorial.

Rob Lowe is joining CBS’ retooled Code Black as the medical drama’s new co-lead, TVLine has learned. The actor, fresh off his one-season run on Fox’s The Grinder, will play Colonel Ethan Willis, a doctor in the U.S. Military’s prestigious Combat Casualty Care research program who has been pulled out of a combat hospital in Afghanistan and embedded at Angels Memorial to teach what the military has learned about combat medicine. His aggressive, rule-breaking style is greeted enthusiastically by Dr. Leanne Rorish (Marcia Gay Harden), but not by all the other doctors. »

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Rob Lowe Joins ‘Code Black’ Season 2 as Series Regular

5 July 2016 2:30 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Code Black” was just diagnosed with some major star power.

Rob Lowe is joining the cast of the CBS medical drama as a series regular for the second season, which premieres this fall.

Lowe will make his debut in the season premiere on Sept. 28. He will play Colonel Ethan Willis, a doctor in the U.S. Military’s prestigious Combat Casualty Care research program who has been pulled out of a combat hospital in Afghanistan and embedded at Angels Memorial to teach what the military has learned about combat medicine. His aggressive, rule-breaking style is greeted enthusiastically by Dr. Leanne Rorish (Marcia Gay Harden), but not by all the other doctors.

Along with Harden, Lowe joins the ensemble cast, including Luis Guzman, Melanie Chandra, Harry Ford, Benjamin Hollingsworth, Jillian Murray, Boris Kodjoe and William Allen Young.

Lowe’s casting is one of “Code Black’s” many changes, as the series heads into its sophomore season, and »

- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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The Musketeers series 3 episode 5 review: To Play The King

4 July 2016 12:04 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Rob Kemp Jul 4, 2016

The Musketeers delivers a heist episode in this week's To Play The King...

This review contains spoilers.

3.5 To Play The King

If we can but hope that last week’s The Queen’s Diamonds was this season at its lowest, then at least To Play The King shows some improvement, but unfortunately is still some way short of the quality of those opening few episodes and the series as a whole.

Written by Ellen Taylor (who is credited with many, many Coronation Street episodes as well as other British staples like Casualty), the story has a solid central plot and one I don’t think we’ve seen in The Musketeers before – a good, old fashioned heist. Except, it’s not just that. With unfortunate echoes of last week’s overstuffed mess, To Play The King treads a similar path and fills the hour to its absolute max, »

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First trailer for Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood

17 June 2016 4:57 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its release in August, Lionsgate has debuted the first trailer for Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood, which you can check out below…

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realizes it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. Noel Clarke (Star Trek into darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood.) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist Stormzy appearing alongside him as Yardz. The film is written and directed by Noel Clarke who also produced alongside Jason Maza, Maggie Monteith and Gina Powell.

BrOTHERHOOD showcases a supporting cast that includes Steven Cree (Brave, 300: Rise of an Empire, Maleficent), Olivia Chenery (Penny Dreadful, The Anomaly), Tonia Sotiropoulou (Skyfall), Jason Maza (Hooligan Factory, Welcome to the Punch »

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Two new trailers land for the upcoming ‘Brotherhood’

17 June 2016 2:18 AM, PDT | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

It’S Time For #TheEnd

Two new trailers for the upcoming instalment in the ‘Hood’ series, Brotherhood, have just landed ahead of its big release in August.

BAFTA award – winning actor, writer and director Noel Clarke returns to direct the film and also stars alongside grime artist, Stormzy, Arnold Oceng (Adulthood), Jason Maza (Fishtank) and Olivia Chenery (Penny Dreadful).

Here’s the official synopsis:

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realises it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers.Noel Clarke (Star Trek Into Darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood.) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist Stormzy appearing alongside him as Yardz. The film is written and directed by Noel Clarke who also produced alongside Jason Maza, »

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Brotherhood: first trailer for Noel Clarke’s trilogy closer

17 June 2016 2:01 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Noel Clarke writes, directs and stars in Brotherhood. Here's the trailer for the Kidulthood and Adulthood follow-up...

This August, Noel Clarke completes the trilogy that he started with Kidulthood and continued with Adulthood.

The new film is Brotherhood, that Clarke is directing from his own screenplay. And we have both a 12A rated trailer, and a more explicit promo for the movie. Do not go watching the latter if you’re young and impressionable.

Finally, here’s the synopsis…

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realises it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. Noel Clarke (Star Trek Into darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist »

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Outlander Star Talks [Spoiler]'s Bloody Death: 'I Was Comforting Cait!'

11 June 2016 7:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Warning: The following post contains spoilers for Saturday’s Outlander. Proceed with caution.

Outlander‘s Stephen Walters might’ve thought he was safe. After all, in the Diana Gabaldon novel on which Season 2 of the Starz series is based, Rupert — not Angus — is the recipient of a fatal, wartime wound..

But as viewers saw in Saturday’s episode, Walters wound up pleating his plaid one last time when Angus died of undiagnosed internal bleeding at Claire’s field hospital after helping a wounded Rupert back to safety.

“To be honest with you, because they’ve taken such a divergence in »

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Writer-Director Will Sharpe’s Career Blooms with Seeso’s ‘Flowers’

11 June 2016 10:16 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

One of the most curious comedies to emerge on both sides of the Pond this year is “Flowers,” which features Olivia Colman and Julian Barratt in a dark look at a dysfunctional family. Think “Arrested Development” as brought to life in the pages of a Roald Dahl book.

Flowers,” which bowed in April on the U.K.‘s Channel 4 and is available on NBC’s Seeso comedy streaming service, is the brainchild of Will Sharpe, the multi-hyphenate who has a supporting role in the show, produced by Endemol Shine’s Kudos banner.

Barratt plays a renowned children’s book author, Maurice Flowers, who is battling severe depression as he tries to sort out his not-quite-complete divorce from his delusional, music teacher wife Deborah, limned by Colman. The couple’s two adult children, twins Donald (Daniel Rigby) and Amy (Sophia Di Martino), have their own considerable quirks. Sharpe plays an energetic Japanese illustrator, Shun, who works with Maurice.

The show’s first season is easily consumed in a quick binge — six half-hour episodes (written and directed by Sharpe) that take the Flowers clan and their bizarro associates in an English country town on quite a journey through the canyons of their minds. “Flowers” plays for laughs but also demonstrates a sensitivity to mental health issues that has earned praise for the show and for Barratt’s performance. Colman, as ever, impresses with her dexterity in a role far removed from the dramatic fare she’s best known for in the U.S., such as “Broadchurch” and “The Night Manager.”

“It’s a show about melancholy,” Sharpe explains. “We’re not making fun of their pain. I want people to see it as an ultimately uplifting show that in the end leaves you with a feeling of hope.”

Flowers” amounts to an “I’ve arrived” statement for Sharpe, 29, who has always balanced his acting work with his ambition as a writer and director.

Sharpe grew up in Japan until the age of 8 — his mother is Japanese, his father British — when his family moved to the London area. He attended Cambridge University and was a member of the school’s Footlights acting troupe.

After graduating in 2008, Sharpe did a mix of standup comedy and a year a half stint with the Royal Shakespeare Co. He landed a role on the long-running U.K. sudser “Casualty” in 2009. The following year, he co-wrote and directed his first feature, the murder mystery “Black Pond,” which nabbed a BAFTA nom.

Sharpe spent a lot of time sketching out the world of “Flowers” before pitching it to Kudos. To his surprise, Channel 4 “got it” and commissioned a pilot. (Seeso came on board as a partner after the pilot.) He was equally surprised and grateful when his script attracted notable stars in Colman and Barratt.

“The best thing for me about making the show was working with a cast that was all so good,” he said. “Julian is so controlled and really good. Olivia can always deliver what you need to achieve.”

Although Sharpe’s career focus is more on writing and directing than acting, he crafted a role for himself in “Flowers” because he wanted to infuse it with the over-the-top broad humor found in Japanese films and TV shows.

“I wanted that flavor to be in the show somehow and the Shun character is the conduit,” he says. “He’s quite an un-British character and I quite like holding him up against the more British characters.”

Sharpe was keenly aware going in that there was no assurance “Flowers” would live on past its initial six-episode commission. He designed the ending to work as the end of the family’s story — or not.

“I think it could definitely carry on. I don’t think for ages and ages but I feel like there is more to find out about characters,” he says. “There’s a feeling of conclusion to the series but a lot of it is left open-ended.”

(Pictured: Olivia Colman in “Flowers”)

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- Cynthia Littleton

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First poster for Noel Clarke’s Brotherhood

10 June 2016 3:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its release in August, the first poster has arrived online for Brotherhood, the third instalment of the trilogy from BAFTA Award-winning actor, writer and director Noel Clarke following Kidulthood and Adulthood.

BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after Adulthood and realizes it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. Noel Clarke (Star Trek into darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood.) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist Stormzy appearing alongside him as Yardz. The film is written and directed by Noel Clarke who also produced alongside Jason Maza, Maggie Monteith and Gina Powell.

BrOTHERHOOD showcases a supporting cast that includes Steven Cree (Brave, 300: Rise of an Empire, Maleficent), Olivia Chenery (Penny Dreadful, The Anomaly), Tonia Sotiropoulou »

- Gary Collinson

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Jill Farren Phelps Replaced at Helm of The Young and the Restless

8 June 2016 9:02 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The latest recast at The Young and the Restless won’t have to be explained away by post-car-crash plastic surgery — it’s taken place behind the scenes. Jill Farren Phelps has been replaced as executive producer by EastEnders alum Mal Young, TVLine has confirmed.

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“On behalf of everyone at the show, we extend our sincere thanks to Jill for her years at Y&R and wish her continued success,” reads the official statement from Steve Kent, senior executive vice president, U.S. programming for Sony Pictures Television, »

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Why Was Nashville's Cash Obsessed? Thrones Delivers Bad Nudes? Did Arrow Double Distract? And More TV Qs!

27 May 2016 11:05 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Penny Dreadful, Game of Thrones, Blindspot and Arrow!

1 | So, did The Originals‘ Detective Kinney (played by Jason Dohring) make it out of the finale alive…?

2 | What was more jarring in this week’s highly emotional Outlander: the real-looking baby Faith or Jamie’s Bastille beard?

VideosOutlander Sneak Peek: Back in Scotland, a New Fraser Emerges?

3 | When was the last time Saturday Night Live had you erupting with laughter as hard as the shocking/dark “Farewell, »

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The Voice Performance Finale Recap: Girl, You'll Be a Winner Soon?

23 May 2016 7:27 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

One thing’s pretty certain following The Voice Season 10 performance finale: The song I’m most excited about downloading will probably rank last in iTunes at the end of voting (noon Et on Tuesday).

PhotosMay Sweeps Massacre: 40+ Deaths From Once, Originals, NCIS and More — Which Loss Hit You Hardest?

What’s far, far fuzzier is whether the contestant with the strongest overall body of work/most impressive trio of Monday night performances — incidentally, not the artist whose song I’ll download first — can stand at the eye of the Coaching Popularity Hurricane (which is located at the edge of the »

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Punisher Series Coming To Netflix

29 April 2016 7:02 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

So Daredevil season 2 came along and pretty much made everyone believe that lightning can strike twice. Of course many fans like I were absolutely floored by Jon Bernthal’s performance as Frank Castle. Look I may get some flack for this one but as far as actors that have played this role I think his was the best. Well it looks like he did it right because Marvel has greenlit a spinoff of the character. Yes people we have a Punisher series. 

Marvel officially announced the news on Marvel.com saying Bernthal would of course reprise his role and Steve Lightfoot (Hannibal,Casualty) would be the showrunner and executive producer. Jeph Loeb head of Marvel Television said this.

 

                “We want to thank the fans who are clamoring for more of Jon’s stunning and powerful performance as Frank Castle from ‘Marvel’s Daredevil. Now combined with Showrunner Steve Lightfoot’s compelling writing, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Jason The X)

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Netflix Orders A 'Punisher' Spinoff Starring Jon Bernthal

29 April 2016 6:47 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

As has been long rumored and suspected, "The Punisher" is getting its very own spinoff from Netflix's popular Marvel series "Daredevil." Entertainment Weekly reports that Marvel has ordered a new series from the online streaming outfit that will focus on Jon Bernthal's Punisher character, recently introduced in Season 2 of their popular "Daredevil" series. The official announcement is expected to drop today. Read More: Review: 'Marvel's Daredevil' Season 2 Doesn't Disappoint, But Doesn't Leave Us Craving More Per EW, writer and producer Steve Lightfoot ("Hannibal," "Casualty") will serve as the series' show runner.  "The Punisher" will be the sixth series collaboration between Netflix and Marvel Television, including both "Daredevil" (their first) and "Jessica Jones," along with upcoming offerings like "Luke Cage," "Iron Fist" and "The Defenders."  Read »

- Kate Erbland

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'The Punisher' Series Officially Ordered By Marvel And Netflix

29 April 2016 6:31 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

From Monday, May 2nd we won't be here anymore, we'll be at our shiny new site, Theplaylist.Net. Update your bookmarks, and be sure to sign up for our newsletter for a shot at winning an iPad. The rumblings of a spinoff series focused on Marvel vigilante Punisher first started at the beginning of the year, but it's gone from rumor to real. Fans who dug Jon Bernthal as the no-holds-barred anti-hero in "Daredevil" season two are going to be getting a lot more. Read More: Review: Jon Bernthal's Punisher Can't Elevate Netflix's Middling 'Daredevil' Season 2 EW reports that Marvel and Netflix has ordered "The Punisher" to series, with Bernthal set to reprise his role. Both companies are expected to make a formal announcement later today, but what we do know so far is that Steve Lightfoot ("Hannibal," "Casualty") has been tapped as the showrunner. As for »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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Line Of Duty: creator Jed Mercurio interview

28 April 2016 2:21 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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We spoke to the Line Of Duty creator about series 3, Lindsay Denton, The Caddy, Jimmy Savile, tension, thrillers and more…

Warning: contains spoilers for Line Of Duty series 3, episode 5 (Nb interview took place before the finale aired. Here's a spoiler-filled post-finale chat).

As Line Of Duty viewers might expect from the man who’s turned the police interview into an art-form, Jed Mercurio is a very measured, practiced interviewee. He gives precise, categorical answers unfurred by the usual hesitations and rambling false starts. Bring up the perception that Line Of Duty’s series two finale was hard to follow and he explains, patiently, that the most reliable evidence we have suggests otherwise. He speaks fluently in terms of suppositions, anecdotal evidence, arithmetical means and statistical outliers. When he completes a given response, he simply stops talking.

Mercurio’s voice only became heated twice in the next six thousand words. »

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Flowers: Channel 4's peculiar, poetic comedy treat

24 April 2016 12:16 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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Sad, strange and very funny comedy drama Flowers, feat. Olivia Colman and Julian Barratt, starts tonight on Channel 4

Julian Barratt has news for you: “We’re all going to die.”

“Spoiler!” says Will Sharpe.

“We’re all in a bit of a horrifying situation” continues Barratt. “The reality of our predicament on the planet is…” he laughs, “quite bleak.”

We’re discussing death and new six-part comedy drama Flowers, written and directed by Sharpe, starring Barratt and Olivia Colman as Maurice and Deborah, heads of the dysfunctional Flowers family. The subject becomes relevant once you see the opening seconds of episode one.

“I used to really like and still do, The Odd Couple, the film with Jack Lemmon and Walther Matthau” says Barratt. “It starts with him wandering about trying to kill himself and he puts his back out. I always find that funny, sort of »

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