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Scorsese (Costly) Short Featuring the Director, DiCaprio, and De Niro Has Been Pulled from Venice Festival

29 August 2015 6:29 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

'The Audition' poster with Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. Martin Scorsese short 'The Audition' pulled from Venice Film Festival No major international film festival is worth its mainstream U.S. media salt unless there's at least one screening featuring the latest work of a major Hollywood name. The Venice Film Festival is surely no exception, especially as it's the year's final internationally renowned European movie fest, held shortly before the fall – i.e., awards – movie season begins. Well, one work by a top Hollywood name will no longer be available at Venice: The Audition, a short film directed by and featuring veteran Martin Scorsese, has been pulled out. "We have just been informed by the production that due to unexpected technical problems the film could not be here in time," festival organizers said in a statement earlier today, Sat., Aug. 29, '15. According to The Hollywood Reporter, »

- Anna Robinson

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Sutton Foster Books Guest Gig on Amazon Dark Comedy Mad Dogs

28 August 2015 8:46 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Younger woman is going to the dogs.

Sutton Foster, who stars in the TV Land dramedy, has booked a guest-starring role on Amazon’s forthcoming Mad Dogs, TVLine has learned exclusively.

The hour-long dark comedy, adapted from the British series of the same name, follows a group of underachieving fortysomething friends who gather in Belize to celebrate an early retirement. When wild events start to unfold, secrets are revealed — and someone dies.

RelatedGalaxy Quest Series Lands at Amazon

Foster will play Gerda, who is described as “a stubborn and fierce Mennonite wife gone rogue.” She’ll be around for at least one episode. »

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Elisabeth Moss on Cracking Up, Sexism and the Peggy Strut

28 August 2015 7:35 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It’s been a little over three months since America watched Peggy Olson strut sassily down McCann Erickson's hallway, an unlit cigarette hanging from her lips and a painting of a sexually adventurous octopus tucked under her arm. But while we've all spent our summer replaying that singularly Gif-able scene and mourning the loss of Mad Men, Elisabeth Moss has already moved on: Since wrapping the hit AMC series, she's played the titular role in The Heidi Chronicles on Broadway, and has lined up no fewer than seven movies, including »

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'Chicago Med' Taps 'Sopranos' Duo as New Showrunners

28 August 2015 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Chicago Med is admitting two new faces behind the scenes. Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov have inked a deal to become the new showrunners of the freshman NBC drama, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Schneider and Frolov were most recently co-executive producers on HBO's Boardwalk Empire and consulting producers on Amazon's Bosch. Their other credits include The Sopranos, for which they won an Emmy and a WGA award, Northern Exposure, for which they won two Emmys and two Golden Globes, Showtime's The Chris Isaak Show and The CW's Easy Money. The husband-and-wife team replaces Andrew Dettmann, who

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- Kate Stanhope, Lesley Goldberg

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Chicago Med Taps Sopranos Vets as New Showrunners

27 August 2015 5:30 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Chicago Med has founds its new leaders.

Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov — who served as co-executive producers on HBO’s The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire — will replace Andrew Dettman as showrunners on the NBC drama.

RelatedChicago Med Adds Jane the Virgin‘s Rachel Dipillo as Series Regular

Dettman left the series due to creative differences ahead of the start of production.

The latest Chicago Fire spinoff has gone through a couple changes in the past couple of weeks. Earlier this month, Laurie Holden — who was set to play ER surgeon Dr. Hannah Tramble — parted ways with the series, citing family reasons. »

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‘Chicago Med’ Taps Andrew Schneider & Diane Frolov As New Showrunners

27 August 2015 5:00 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The Sopranos alums Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov have been named executive producer and writing showrunners of NBC's upcoming drama series Chicago Med, the latest offshoot in Wolf Films/Universal TV's successful Chicago Fire franchise. They succeed Andrew Dettman who recently exited the new series after a brief stint. He will continue to develop projects for Universal TV. The appointment comes before Chicago Med is scheduled to go into production for a midseason bow… »

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Andrew Schneider & Diane Frolov to Helm ‘Chicago Med’ After Showrunner Shift

27 August 2015 5:00 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Chicago Med” has found new showrunners in Andrew Schneider and Diane Frolov, Variety has learned.

The duo steps in following Andrew Dettmann’s exit. The “CSI” alum was set as showrunner on the pilot, but will not continue with the Dick Wolf medical drama as it goes into series, though he will continue to develop with NBC and Universal TV.

Schneider and Frolov will have writing and producing duties on the show, in addition to running the day-to-day, taking on the roles of exec producers and writing showrunners.

Most recently, the pair worked as co-exec producers on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” and consulting producers on Amazon’s “Bosch.” Previously, they were exec producers on the CW’s “Easy Money,” “Northern Exposure” and were co-exec producers on “The Sopranos” for which they won an Emmy and WGA award. They also created and exec produced Showtime’s “Chris Isaak Show.”

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- Elizabeth Wagmeister

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TV Is Not the New Film, But It’s Ok That Festivals Are Blurring the Lines

26 August 2015 6:56 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Peter Debruge: Looks like Toronto is the latest film festival to add a television section to its lineup. These days, everywhere from Sundance to SXSW to the Canadian “festival of festivals,” smallscreen content is getting a big push, which is intriguing — and even ironic — for all sorts of reasons (ironic because the state of distribution being what it is, many of the films in Toronto will end up trickling down to VOD, rather than ever getting a commercial theatrical run). On one hand, the trend isn’t exactly new: Classy longform features like “Carlos” (which premiered at Cannes in 2010), “Top of the Lake” (Sundance 2013) and “Olive Kitteridge” (Venice 2014) made their bows at top-tier film fests before going on to air as miniseries on Canal Plus, BBC Two and HBO, respectively.

But Toronto’s Primetime program — like SXSW’s Episodics, which launched last year — represents something different: Rather than expanding the »

- Justin Chang and Peter Debruge

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TV Is Not the New Film, But It’s Ok That Festivals Are Blurring the Lines

26 August 2015 6:56 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Peter Debruge: Looks like Toronto is the latest film festival to add a television section to its lineup. These days, everywhere from Sundance to SXSW to the Canadian “festival of festivals,” smallscreen content is getting a big push, which is intriguing — and even ironic — for all sorts of reasons (ironic because the state of distribution being what it is, many of the films in Toronto will end up trickling down to VOD, rather than ever getting a commercial theatrical run). On one hand, the trend isn’t exactly new: Classy longform features like “Carlos” (which premiered at Cannes in 2010), “Top of the Lake” (Sundance 2013) and “Olive Kitteridge” (Venice 2014) made their bows at top-tier film fests before going on to air as miniseries on Canal Plus, BBC Two and HBO, respectively.

But Toronto’s Primetime program — like SXSW’s Episodics, which launched last year — represents something different: Rather than expanding the »

- Justin Chang and Peter Debruge

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In another 'Sopranos' classic, Tony has to fight off two assassins

26 August 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Welcome to the penultimate installment of our summer trip through "The Sopranos" season 1. When I revisited early seasons of "The Wire," as well as the whole run of "Deadwood," I did separate versions of each review for newcomers and veterans, but over time realized that the newcomers weren't commenting much, if at all, and that it therefore made sense to simply do one review. Any significant spoilers for episodes beyond the one being reviewed will be contained in a separate section at the end of the review; so long as you avoid that, and the comments, you should be fine. Thoughts on the twelfth episode, “Isabella," coming up just as soon as I buy you some sweat socks at The Sports Authority... "To tell you the truth, I feel pretty good." -Tony I'll be honest: even though I'd never specifically recapped these early "Sopranos" seasons, I've written so much about the show over the years, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Peter Bogdanovich Reflects on "Brilliant" Barbra Streisand, "Irritating" Cher

21 August 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

A version of this story first appeared in the Aug. 28 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe. Whether behind the camera or in front of it, writer-director-actor Peter Bogdanovich has worked on some of the most iconic film and TV projects of the past several decades. From his recurring role as Dr. Elliot Kupferberg on The Sopranos to directing a 10-year-old Tatum O'Neal to an Oscar in Paper Moon (still the youngest winner ever), the 76-year-old has endured some of Hollywood's most notorious dramas (a Ryan

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- Peter Bogdanovich, as told to Tatiana Siegel

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Win Lilyhammer Season 3 On Blu Ray

21 August 2015 12:27 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Arrow Films

To celebrate the release of Lilyhammer Season 3 on DVD and Blu-ray on 24th August 2015, we are giving away copies to 3 lucky WhatCulture readers.

Following the success of their most recent foreign language TV drama titles, most notably Gommorah, 1864, The Saboteurs, and the upcoming Witnesses, Arrow Films will continue to house quality international crime thriller shows from various European territories and beyond, under their sub-label‘Nordic Noir and Beyond’.

These new releases will continue with the arrival of the third season of Lilyhammer, on Blu-ray and DVD 24th August 2015, following the release of the second series earlier in April. This new disc will feature all 8 episodes of the acclaimed comedy mob saga starring The Sopranos very own Steven Van Zandt.

It’s a brand new year for Frank and he starts it with a bang. But with a new year comes a whole host of new problems, including Lithuanian gangs, »

- Laura Holmes

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Emmy Drama Series Analysis: ‘Mad Men’ vs. ‘Game of Thrones’

20 August 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

On the face of it, they couldn’t be more different. “Mad Men” explored the paradigm-shifting era of ’60s America through the rollercoaster lives of deeply flawed men and women working in the ad industry (plus their assorted friends, family and lovers). “Game of Thrones” weaves an epic saga of treachery, heroics and loss (so, so much loss) out of the skirmish for control over a fantasy kingdom. But they’ve both risen to the top of the heap in one of Emmy’s most crowded competitions to date.

The Odds: It might boil down to just how sentimental Emmy voters feel. AMC’s “Mad Men” has bagged four drama series prizes in the past, and would set a category record with one more win for its acclaimed final run. But HBO’s “Game of Thrones” is arguably TV’s hottest drama and its dragon-sized (if frequently controversial) fifth season clearly connected with voters. »

- Geoff Berkshire

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Preview: 2015 Wizard World Comic Con Chicago Runs August 20 to 23

19 August 2015 6:24 PM, PDT | HollywoodChicago.com | See recent HollywoodChicago.com news »

Previous | Image 1 of 12 | NextDrea de Matteo, Emmy Award winner for ‘The Sopranos.’

Chicago – One of Chicago’s most popular pop culture gatherings is the Wizard World Comic Con, and the 2015 edition is building anticipation for the weekend of Thursday, August 20th through Sunday the 23rd. Besides the fan costumes, vendor booths and comic book legends, Wizard World has appearances from TV and movie celebrities, highlighted by Burt Reynolds (“Deliverance,” “Smokey and the Bandit”) and Jeremy Renner (The Avengers film series).

To gear up for this year’s Wizard World Comic Con, HollywoodChicago.com is publishing – for the first time – a series of Exclusive Portraits from the Wizard World Fan Fest in March of 2015. The Fan Fest was a special show that thanked the fans of Chicago for their loyalty to the main event, which starts tomorrow. Photographer Joe Arce was there, and shot an even dozen of the TV and »

- adam@hollywoodchicago.com (Adam Fendelman)

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'Nobody Knows Anything' as 'The Sopranos' season 1 heads into great home stretch

19 August 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Welcome to the latest installment of our summer trip through "The Sopranos" season 1. When I revisited early seasons of "The Wire," as well as the whole run of "Deadwood," I did separate versions of each review for newcomers and veterans, but over time realized that the newcomers weren't commenting much, if at all, and that it therefore made sense to simply do one review. Any significant spoilers for episodes beyond the one being reviewed will be contained in a separate section at the end of the review; so long as you avoid that, and the comments, you should be fine. Thoughts on the eleventh episode, “Nobody Knows Anything," coming up just as soon it's 1954 inside this house... "This is our friend we're talking about here." -Tony After "A Hit Is A Hit" put most of the bigger season 1 stories on pause, "Nobody Knows Anything" presses play on one of the »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Script and Direction Don’t Always Get Equal Love Come Emmy Time

12 August 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Ask this year’s crop of nominated directors and writers how to distinguish between a well-written and a well-directed episode of television and the answer you will get is largely the same: You can’t. On television shows, particularly cable series where the creative team is small, the relationship between director and writer is often so collaborative that separating the two elements is virtually impossible.

“If something is badly written or directed, I’m thinking, this is poorly written or poorly directed,” says “Silicon Valley” executive producer Alec Berg, nominated for writing the HBO comedy’s second season finale, “Two Days of the Condor.” “But if things are effectively rendered, you’re just thinking, ‘Wow, this is awesome.’ Or, ‘I love this,’ or ‘I can’t wait to see what happens.’ You’re not really thinking about the craft.”

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- Carita Rizzo

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Edie Falco Remembers First Emmy Win For ‘The Sopranos’

12 August 2015 9:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Over the past decade and a half, Edie Falco has become synonymous with the Emmys. She won for her first nomination as Carmela on “The Sopranos,” picked up two more for the landmark HBO drama, and another for Showtime’s “Nurse Jackie.” With “Jackie” coming to an end this year, Falco may finally get a respite from the red-carpet grind. But with talent like hers, don’t expect a long absence.

What do you remember about that first Emmys?

Mostly that I had to wear clothing that was so far out of my comfort zone. Having to dress like that felt like a costume. What to wear and where to get it and all that stuff was so new to me. Wearing these incredibly fancy clothes felt just uncomfortable. The whole thing was completely surreal. Being with all my “Sopranos” friends — we had driven a New Jersey bus to the ceremony. »

- Geoff Berkshire

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Vincent Pastore On ‘Sopranos’ Final Scene, James Gandolfini: “Tony Is Dead!” [Exclusive Video]

11 August 2015 3:04 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Vincent Pastore, who played Salvatore “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero on HBO’s hit series The Sopranos, has offered an interpretation of David Chase‘s comments about the fate of Tony Soprano. Vincent Pastore On Tony Soprano In the eight years since Sopranos went off the year, there has been an ongoing conversation about whether or not the final […]

The post Vincent Pastore On ‘Sopranos’ Final Scene, James Gandolfini: “Tony Is Dead!” [Exclusive Video] appeared first on uInterview. »

- Chelsea Regan

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How Nic Pizzolatto's Temper Tantrum Toward Critics Ruined 'True Detective' Season 2

11 August 2015 11:34 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Clearly, Michael Lombardo is not a fan of "The Sopranos" cut-to-black finale.  Prior to Sunday's final episode of "True Detective" Season 2, the HBO president told reporters he thinks "the season's ending is as satisfying as any series we've done." That's clearly a laughable assertion now — even if you didn't like David Chase's final shot — as is Lombardo and creator Nic Pizzolatto's echoed plea for critics to watch the whole season before dolling out judgment. Though post-finale analyses tend to agree the final episode only made things worse, a post-season analysis does provide a more accurate avenue to assess not only what went wrong (lots) but why. Blame doesn't lie with critics, but understanding what went wrong does start with their response to the Season 1 finale. Read More: Review: 'True Detective' Season 2 Finale Drops Dead Two Times Too Many First, it's important to note what we can about Pizzolatto's engagement with criticism, »

- Ben Travers

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How Nic Pizzolatto's Temper Tantrum Toward Critics Ruined 'True Detective' Season 2

11 August 2015 11:34 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Clearly, Michael Lombardo is not a fan of "The Sopranos" cut-to-black finale.  Prior to Sunday's final episode of "True Detective" Season 2, the HBO president told reporters he thinks "the season's ending is as satisfying as any series we've done." That's clearly a laughable assertion now — even if you didn't like David Chase's final shot — as is Lombardo and creator Nic Pizzolatto's echoed plea for critics to watch the whole season before dolling out judgment. Though post-finale analyses tend to agree the final episode only made things worse, a post-season analysis does provide a more accurate avenue to assess not only what went wrong (lots) but why. Blame doesn't lie with critics, but understanding what went wrong does start with their response to the Season 1 finale. Read More: Review: 'True Detective' Season 2 Finale Drops Dead Two Times Too Many First, it's important to note what we can about Pizzolatto's engagement with criticism, »

- Ben Travers

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