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Susan Sarandon Joins Showtime’s ‘Ray Donovan’ as Studio Boss

13 March 2017 9:42 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon will join the cast of Showtime’s “Ray Donovan” for the show’s fifth season, the network announced on Monday. Sarandon will have a recurring role on the drama as a strong, focused head of a motion picture studio by the name of Samantha Winslow. An Oscar winner for “Dead Man Walking,” Sarandon also received nominations for “Thelma and Louise,” “Lorenzo’s Oil,” “The Client” and “Atlantic City.” In 2010, she received her fourth Emmy nomination for her work in Barry Levinson’s “You Don’t Know Jack” with Al Pacino, following a lead actress nomination in the film Bernard and Doris. »

- Thom Geier

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Giveaway – Win Wild Oats on DVD

5 March 2017 7:33 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

To celebrate the release of Wild Oats – available on DVD 6th March – we are giving away a copy courtesy of Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment.

Thelma and Louise meets Shirley Valentine as legendary Oscar-winning actors Shirley MacLaine and Jessica Lange team up for this funny and uplifting spending-spree screwball comedy, with a fantastic supporting cast including Billy Connolly and Demi Moore.

Directed by Hollywood comedy veteran Andy Tennant (Hitch), Wild Oats is a delightful, hilarious and uplifting fish out of water comedy adventure.

Order via Amazon.

The competition closes at midnight on Sunday, March 19th. UK readers only please. To enter, use one of the following methods…

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This competition is promoted by Fetch Publicity. By entering you agree to the terms and conditions, which you can read here. »

- Gary Collinson

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'Feud': Susan Sarandon, Jessica Lange on Reclaiming Bette and Joan

3 March 2017 12:46 PM, PST | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

In 1962, two-time Oscar winner Bette Davis was appearing on Broadway in Tennessee Williams' The Night of the Iguana. Though she'd hoped 1950's All About Eve would reignite her career, she hadn't been offered many great film roles since, and instead was largely relegated to television guest appearances and the theater. But one night after a performance, Joan Crawford – another Oscar-winning former leading lady considered past her prime – visited backstage to offer Davis a revolutionary part in a brand-new picture. Crawford had been in Hollywood since her teens, but now well into her fifties, »

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Homeland Season 6 Episode 6 Review: The Return

27 February 2017 2:42 AM, PST | TVfanatic | See recent TVfanatic news »

What happens when a spy thriller turns conspiracy-slash-mystery thriller?

You get a veteran show – one that critics have been trying to write off for years – producing some of its best episodes ever. Yes, ever.

Homeland Season 6 Episode 6 offered some Hitchcock-worthy scenes, as Carrie played cat-and-mouse with the mysterious watcher Quinn’s been ranting about all season.

Hats off to director Alex Graves for heightening the suspense through labyrinthine camera shots – as when Carrie is running through Conlin’s maze-like home trying to escape his killer – and to composer Sean Callery for the accompanying eerie score.

All Roads Lead to… No Freaking Clue

Last week in my review of Homeland Season 6 Episode 5 I drew up a list of possible suspects in the unfolding whodunit.

This week’s episode gave us some new ones to throw in the mix.

Of course, no conspiracy is the work of a single entity. Homeland Season »

- Vivian Figueredo

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Berlin Film Festival 2017: Screen's top 11 movies

21 February 2017 7:50 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Screen critics recommend the top films at this year’s Berlinale.

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Berlin Film Festival 2017: winners revealed

A Fantastic Woman

Dir: Sebastián Lelio

Our critic said: “Driven by a powerhouse performance by mesmerising transgender actress Vega, the fifth feature from Sebastián Lelio combines urgent naturalism with occasional flickers of fantasy to impressive, and wrenchingly emotional effect.”

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Have A Nice Day

Dir. Liu Jian

Our critic said: “Liu Jian’s stunning animation is both a visceral thriller and astute political statement about China’s place in the modern world.”

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Summer 1993

Dir. Carla Simón

Our critic said: “Entered in the Berlinale’s Generation Kplus sidebar but winner of the festival’s overall best first feature award, Catalan director Carla Simon’s debut is both tender and determined as it relates »

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Berlin Film Festival 2017: Screen's top 12 movies

21 February 2017 7:50 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Screen critics recommend the top films at this year’s Berlinale.

Read more:

Berlin Film Festival 2017: winners revealed

A Fantastic Woman

Dir: Sebastián Lelio

Our critic said: “Driven by a powerhouse performance by mesmerising transgender actress Vega, the fifth feature from Sebastián Lelio combines urgent naturalism with occasional flickers of fantasy to impressive, and wrenchingly emotional effect.”

International sales: Funny Balloons contact@funny-balloons.com

Read the full review Here

Have A Nice Day

Dir. Liu Jian

Our critic said: “Liu Jian’s stunning animation is both a visceral thriller and astute political statement about China’s place in the modern world.”

International sales: International sales: Memento Films International sales@memento-films.com

Read the full review Here

Summer 1993

Dir. Carla Simón

Our critic said: “Entered in the Berlinale’s Generation Kplus sidebar but winner of the festival’s overall best first feature award, Catalan director Carla Simon’s debut is both tender and determined as it relates »

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Berlin Film Festival 2017: the best-reviewed films

21 February 2017 7:50 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Screen critics recommend the top films at this year’s Berlinale.

Read more:

Berlin Film Festival 2017: winners revealed

A Fantastic Woman

Dir: Sebastián Lelio

Our critic said: “Driven by a powerhouse performance by mesmerising transgender actress Vega, the fifth feature from Sebastián Lelio combines urgent naturalism with occasional flickers of fantasy to impressive, and wrenchingly emotional effect.”

International sales: Funny Balloons contact@funny-balloons.com

Read the full review Here

Have A Nice Day

Dir. Liu Jian

Our critic said: “Liu Jian’s stunning animation is both a visceral thriller and astute political statement about China’s place in the modern world.”

International sales: International sales: Memento Films International sales@memento-films.com

Read the full review Here

Summer 1993

Dir. Carla Simón

Our critic said: “Entered in the Berlinale’s Generation Kplus sidebar but winner of the festival’s overall best first feature award, Catalan director Carla Simon’s debut is both tender and determined as it relates »

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Berlin Film Festival 2017: the best films

21 February 2017 7:50 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Screen critics recommend the top films at this year’s Berlinale.

Read more:

Berlin Film Festival 2017: winners revealed

A Fantastic Woman

Dir: Sebastián Lelio

Our critic said: “Driven by a powerhouse performance by mesmerising transgender actress Vega, the fifth feature from Sebastián Lelio combines urgent naturalism with occasional flickers of fantasy to impressive, and wrenchingly emotional effect.”

International sales: Funny Balloons contact@funny-balloons.com

Read the full review Here

Have A Nice Day

Dir. Liu Jian

Our critic said: “Liu Jian’s stunning animation is both a visceral thriller and astute political statement about China’s place in the modern world.”

International sales: International sales: Memento Films International sales@memento-films.com

Read the full review Here

Summer 1993

Dir. Carla Simón

Our critic said: “Entered in the Berlinale’s Generation Kplus sidebar but winner of the festival’s overall best first feature award, Catalan director Carla Simon’s debut is both tender and determined as it relates »

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Susan Sarandon Reveals Her Sexual Orientation Is Currently ‘Up for Grabs’

15 February 2017 4:01 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Susan Sarandon did not hold back when discussing her dating life and sexuality in a candid interview with pridesource.com.

The actress — who is currently playing Bette Davis opposite Jessica Lange, who stars as Joan Crawford, in the new FX series Feud — said that at the moment, “My sexual orientation is up for grabs, I guess you could say.”

Sarandon also opened up about a past relationship with gay actor Philip Sayer. The British actor, who died in 1989, and Sarandon were co-stars in the 1983 film The Hunger. “I did at one point have a very successful and very loving and »

- Mia McNiece

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‘Feud’: Inside Jessica Lange, Susan Sarandon’s Take on a Hollywood Battle Royale

15 February 2017 9:45 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Dressed in a black ensemble topped by a long brown coat, Ryan Murphy darts back and forth between two rooms in the chilly Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. On this January day, a cramped space in this deliciously retro complex houses the monitors for Murphy as he directs an episode of his new FX series “Feud: Bette and Joan” that is set at the 1963 Academy Awards.

It’s a pivotal moment in the famous rivalry between legendary actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Having co-starred in “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” both women wanted the career boost of appearing on the Oscar podium. While it’s tough to spoil an event that happened more than five decades ago, let’s just say it was, to quote Davis, a “bumpy night.”

Feud” — which debuts March 5 — mines that decades-old conflict to tell a modern and highly relevant story about Hollywood, sexism, and survival.

Unfailingly »

- Maureen Ryan

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Horror Highlights: Q&A with Dead West Director Jeff Ferrell, Rings, The Burningmoore Deaths

6 February 2017 8:37 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

“Revenge never dies” in Dead West, the new film from writer/director Jeff Ferrell. And with the road trip revenge thriller coming out on DVD via Rlj Entertainment this Tuesday, we caught up with Ferrell for our latest Q&A feature. In today’s Horror Highlights, we also have photos from last week’s Los Angeles fan screening of Rings and the trailer and release details for The Burningmoore Deaths.

Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for us, Jeff. How and when did you first come up with the idea for Dead West?

Jeff Ferrell: The idea for Dead West was born during the shooting of my first movie, Ghostlight. One night after filming, I was with the lead actor, Brian Sutherland, in his hotel room. We were drinking beers and throwing ideas around, when he suddenly said, “I really wanna play a serial killer. Write »

- Derek Anderson

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'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' Recap: What Happens When Porsha Gets Ambushed?

22 January 2017 11:29 AM, PST | buddytv.com | See recent BuddyTV news »

In this episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, "Thelma and Louise Take Flint," Kenya and Phaedra bond while spending time together in Michigan, Porsha's relationship hits a rough patch and Porsha faces off against Kandi, Kenya and Cynthia.

Phaedra and Kenya arrive in Michigan to lend a hand at Phaedra's camp for children affected by the Flint water crisis. Phaedra's primary reason for inviting Kenya is because the former beauty queen is a hometown girl. She hopes that Kenya's success story will serve as an inspiration to the children.

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- editor@buddytv.com

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