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The movie is directed by Bryan Singer with New Regency and Gk Films as the production companies.
Rami Malek is playing Mercury. Ben Hardy, whose credits include “X-Men: Apocalypse” and “Mary Shelley,” will play drummer Roger Taylor. Gwilym Lee (“The Hollow Crown”) will portray lead guitarist Brian May and Joe Mazzello (“The Social Network”) will tackle the role of bass guitarist John Deacon. Lucy Boynton is playing Mary Austin, lifelong companion of Mercury.
- Dave McNary
The movie is directed by Bryan Singer with New Regency and Gk Films as the production companies. Boynton’s upcoming credits include IFC’s “Rebel in the Rye,” Fox’s “Murder on the Orient Express,” and “Apostle.” She was recently seen in “Sing Street.”
Rami Malek is playing Mercury. Ben Hardy, whose credits include “X-Men: Apocalypse” and “Mary Shelley,” will play drummer Roger Taylor. Gwilym Lee (“The Hollow Crown”) will portray lead guitarist Brian May and Joe Mazzello (“The Social Network”) will tackle the role of bass guitarist John Deacon.
- Dave McNary
Hardy, whose credits include “X-Men: Apocalypse” and “Mary Shelley,” will play drummer Roger Taylor. Lee (“The Hollow Crown”) will portray lead guitarist Brian May and Mazzello (“The Social Network”) will tackle the role of bass guitarist John Deacon.
King has been trying to get the project off the ground for sometime after originally setting it up at Sony, with Sacha Baron Cohen attached to star at one point. When Cohen dropped out, »
- Dave McNary
Michael Noble Aug 4, 2017
The season 3 finale is Fargo at its best. Spoilers ahead in our review...
This review contains spoilers.
3.10 Somebody To Love
This season began with a criminal investigation interview that questioned the nature of truth and the distance between it, objective fact and the ‘stories’ that we tell ourselves. It ended in a superficially similar way, Gloria and Varga eyeing one another across the table, each quietly insisting on their own ‘truth’. The scene was a minor masterpiece in tense ambiguity and was made all the more satisfying for avoiding any confirmed resolution either way. It was dramatically different from the opening, and more effective, not least because the two characters were far more evenly matched.
Gloria and Varga were not merely the only two pieces left on the board »
Harry is helping to host the glamorous Spanish royals’ state visit in London, while Markle is in Toronto celebrating a major career milestone: the 100th episode of her hit USA legal drama Suits.
The Suits cast — including Markle, Sarah Rafferty, Patrick J. Adams, Gabriel Macht, Rick Hoffman and new addition Dulé Hill — celebrated the occasion with a cake-cutting during a lunch break on the Toronto set Tuesday. The group cut into a towering cake designed to look like the building that »
- Patrick Gomez
Sure, a picture paints a thousand words, but Prince Harry‘s recent art purchase can be summed up in just one: swoon.
People has confirmed that the royal, 32, spent thousands on an original piece of artwork called Everybody Needs Somebody To Love for “for an important person” back in October 2016 — just days before his relationship with Suits star Meghan Markle went public.
While it’s not known if the romantic piece, by rising British artist Van Donna, was definitely a gift for Markle, 35, the prince also asked if the acrylic, stencil and spray piece could be split in half, so »
- Phil Boucher
For the first time ever, the 2017 Primetime Emmys will hand out an award for Outstanding Music Supervision, acknowledging the creative contributions made by the music supervisors on TV series. It’s an award that’s long overdue; music supervision is an often misunderstood art form thought to be as simple as pulling songs off an iPod. “There’s so much work that goes into it that you don’t see on the screen,” says Amanda Krieg Thomas, »
Shaun Munro reviews the season finale of Fargo season 3…
The riveting and occasionally frustrating capper to Fargo‘s divisive third season broached its overarching theme of perception vs. reality (or perhaps more currently, “fake news”) in perfectly ambiguous, Coens-esque fashion, even if in many aspects “Somebody to Love” was a relatively predictable, foregone conclusion to the Stussy story.
Things at least surged right out of the gate with Gloria having her faith restored thanks to Nikki’s correspondence to Agent Dollard, while Nikki and Wrench got tooled up for the fight ahead, and Emmit felt lucky and tried pulling a gun on Varga.
The episode’s first big, seismic moment came during the immensely suspenseful confrontation between Varga and Nikki, which was slow-bled for maximum, delicious atmosphere. Varga finally revealed his truest colours, by leaving his men to die as he escaped in the elevator, and in a weirdly sad moment, even Meemo, whose bloody corpse was later seen being wheeled out. Nikki going full badass perhaps wasn’t that plausible, but the moment was cathartic enough to make it work.
Emmit didn’t have a fun time, did he? The long-standing fan theory was finally confirmed that Mrs. Goldfarb was indeed behind it all, forcing Emmit out of his own company and insisting he file for Chapter 11. Things got even worse when he was eventually confronted by Nikki, who dropped the immortal one-liner, “He’s a kitten now, Ray, case you were wonderin'”. However, her overzealous desire to make a theatrical Moment out of the occasion scuppered her plans, leaving both a cop and herself dead.
It was certainly an unexpected turn and, really, the most Fargo thing ever, to see Emmit as the last man standing. It’s easy to see how some might find that unsatisfying, but three seasons into the show, viewers should be trained to expect this sort of intentionally obtuse, willfully confounding storytelling.
Following poor ‘ol Nikki’s demise, an epilogue sequence takes place five years later, revealing that Sy did in fact survive Varga’s poisoning, though is sadly a mere shadow of his former self. Let’s give Michael Stuhlbarg a hand for his terrific work this season. Narwhal, meanwhile, survives with Goldfarb in control, while Wrench decides to kill Emmit.
It’s a bizarre move on Wrench’s part considering that it’s not easy to believe he’d harbour a grudge for so long and take that amount of time to act on it. Some fans have suggested that Wrench had romantic feelings for Nikki, but it just seems a bit much, to be honest.
And finally, the episode concludes with Gloria now sporting a lovely new haircut and working for the Dhs, who have captured Varga. What follows is a fantastically witty back-and-forth between the two, ending on a cliffhanger which leaves the viewer to conclude whether or not Varga did indeed bend the wills of the universe and escape. It’s a very No Country for Old Men-esque non-committal ending, where optimists will believe that Gloria eventually won, while pessimists will assert that with his wide reach and high-up connections, Varga once again slunk out.
For the most part this was a tidy, satisfying finale that nevertheless ended in a fashion likely to infuriate as many as it pleased. Now one question remains; is this it for Fargo? It’d be fine for the show to end its run with two excellent seasons and one great one, though this world is so damn compelling that fans will no doubt be keeping their fingers crossed for a fourth go-around.
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- Shaun Munro
(Every week, we’re going to kick off a discussion about Fargo season 3 by answering one simple question: who f*cked up the most this week?) The third season of Fargo opened with two characters who have polar opposite views of the world, and that’s exactly how it ended. The series began with a man who […]
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- Jack Giroux
The third season of FX’s “Fargo” ended Wednesday night in bloody, morally murky fashion as is its wont. Creator and executive producer Noah Hawley spoke with Variety about season three, the big ideas at the center of the story, and what the future of the series looks like.
What was different about this season from previous seasons?
I think there was something to writing these last few hours that felt like a dialogue with our current moment. And I tried to »
- Daniel Holloway
For months now, Fargo has entertained us with bus crashes, air conditioner murders, Hollywood sleazeballs, bridge tournaments, fake sex tapes and interdepartmental police squabbles. All the while, creator Noah Hawley has dropped us into a place where bad dudes manipulate the culture via hacking, trolling and outright lies – nothing like the world you see outside your front door, in other words. But after all its spectacular violence, unapologetic wackiness and barbed satire, this season ultimately ends quietly and elliptically, just the way it began – with a scene where a government »
We’ve already seen a promo for Fargo’s season three finale [watch it here], and now FX has released three images from ‘Somebody to Love’ which you can check out below…
See Also: Fargo Season 3 Episode 9 Review – ‘Aporia’
Gloria follows the money, Nikki plays a game and Emmit learns a lesson about progress from Varga.
See Also: Follow all of our Fargo coverage here
Fargo season 3 airs on Wednesdays on FX.
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- Amie Cranswick
Heartbroken by his break-up with Rachel and seeking solace in a carb-fueled Italian walkabout, the second season of Aziz Ansari’s “Master of None” kicks off like an “Eat Pray Love” for food dudes, with Ansari’s Dev apprenticing alongside a Modena pastamaker, seeking both culinary expertise…and his inner self. Flirting with the Fellini-esque (rich black and white cinematography, madcap dashes) Ansari delivers more good times and wry humor as “Master of None’s” sophomore year follows Dev from abroad, to back home, and into a (semi) life-changing gig as host of a cupcake cooking show.
As always, Dev and his friends’ adventures are underscored by a spot-on play list created by the show’s music supervisor, Zach Cowie, an La-based DJ that met Ansari and show co-creator Alan Yang at party where he was spinning. “We saw each other quite a bit after that at other parties I was djing at,” recalls »
- Jessica Hundley
Over the course of Glee's 121 episodes, the cast gave us some truly epic performances - but not all of them were memorable in a good way. Former star Lea Michele appeared on What What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Tuesday, and revealed the performances that still make her cringe. She also highlighted a couple of her favorites, both of which admittedly still make us tear up a bit. Best: "Somebody to Love" Best: "Don't Stop Believin'" RelatedThe 19 Most Epic Glee Performances of All Time Worst: "What Does the Fox Say?" Worst: "Gangnam Style" »
- Maggie Pehanick
Glee had a number of wonderful, perfect performances over the years. See "Don't Rain on My Parade" and "Make You Feel My Love." And then there were songs like "Gangnam Style," which co-creator Ryan Murphy proclaimed as the worst song Glee ever did. But Lea Michele doesn't agree, she said on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen. "No, I think the worst was 'What Does the Fox Say' song. It was like an internet sensation song that we did with puppets. That was definitely my least favorite song we ever did," Michele told Andy Cohen and fellow guest Andrea Martin. And the best? "I think the best was probably 'Somebody to Love' or 'Don't Stop »
Rachel Berry is setting the record straight! Lea Michele visited Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Tuesday where she opened up about her former Glee co-star Heather Morris’ shocking elimination from Dancing With the Stars on Monday night.
“First of all, that was ridiculous because the reality is that Heather already won Dancing With the Stars,” she said of the former Beyonce backup dancer. “I don't know if you watched Glee, but she’s, like, the best dancer in the entire world so she certainly should have won.”
“We were all really sad, but I think she's incredible, she’s a mom of two, she’s gorgeous »
"Bohemian Rhapsody" may be the Queen song everyone sings at the top of their lungs in the car (thanks, Wayne's World), but "Somebody to Love" is objectively one of the greatest songs of all time. But why are we talking about this now, 41 years after its release? Because, thanks to Reddit, an audio recording of Freddie Mercury's isolated vocals from the track has surfaced - and it's unbelievable. If you've ever even attempted to hum along to this tune, you'll be blown away. »
- Maggie Pehanick
Justin Bieber has had his fair share of accidents in public — most of them involving high-profile falls while on tour.
So when the 22-year-old pop star was seen walking down the streets of West Hollywood, Los Angeles on Thursday with a giant wet stain on the crotch of his designer sweatpants, the Internet obviously just assumed Bieber had peed himself. (Yes, #JustinPeeber was a thing.)
But the “Love Yourself” singer has a totally reasonable explanation.
Late in the evening on Thursday, Biebs set the record straight about the source of the stain. “Someone got me flowers and I was driving, »
- Dave Quinn
While Kim Kardashian West is wishing her husband Kanye West a happy Valentine’s Day via a mushy Instagram post and Bindi Irwin and her longtime boyfriend Chandler Powell continue to define #couplegoals, Justin Bieber is in need of “Somebody to Love.”
The 22-year-old singer was feeling lonely on Feb. 14, posting — then deleting — two Instagram Story videos admitting he didn’t have a date for the romantic holiday.
Quoting the film Dumber and Dumber, he tells the camera, “I got no food, I got no job, our pets heads are falling off and I got no Valentine!” adding his own »
- Stephanie Petit
Former pint-sized pop sensation Justin Bieber has had his fair share of ups and downs during his time in the spotlight, many of which have played out on awards show stages.
Some outlets are reporting that the star, who’s up for four awards, won’t be making an appearance at Sunday’s 59th Annual Grammy Awards. To help shed some light on his attitude toward the night of music industry honors, we’re taking a look back at some of his most significant ceremony moments.
Exploding onto the awards show scene.
The pop star attended his first ever MTV »
- Lydia Price
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