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Read More: Watch: 'The Americans' Season 4 Trailer Teases Big Trouble "The Americans" has never been a show afraid to push boundaries. From Episode 1 on, the series has pushed the boundaries of what's allowed on cable television with its brutal violence and heated sex scenes. Of course, it's all portrayed with the utmost class and character, but the family drama is also one of the more adult offerings airing right now. In two new trailers for Season 4, fans should be reminded of just that. Though no new footage from the upcoming season is included, stars Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell are as fresh as ever while seducing two new marks. The second video is all atmosphere, harkening back to the Cold War tensions the period drama is built on. Together they're quite the tease for what we've been missing these past few months, making Season 4 all the more eagerly anticipated. »
- Ben Travers
Global Screen has picked up worldwide distribution rights to English-language animated movie “The Journey of the Elephant Soliman,” and has started pre-sales at the European Film Market in Berlin.
The film, which is directed by Sandor Jesse (“Little King Macius,” “Raven the Little Rascal — The Big Race”), is set in 1548, and follows the adventures of a shy spice-merchant’s son, a wise Indian elephant and a spunky Austrian princess who team up to escape the clutches of a possessive prince. They set out on a journey that takes them around the world.
Global Screen has a strong track record with family entertainment movies, such as “Niko & the Way to the Stars,” “Niko 2 – Little Brother, Big Trouble” and “Ooops! Noah Is Gone…,” which have sold around the world.
- Leo Barraclough
Exclusive: Animation veterans Phillip Lipsky and Jorgen Lerdam co-direct the adaptation of popular children’s book.
LevelK has boarded 2D animation The Incredible Story Of The Giant Pear.
Bo hr. Hansen has adapted the script from Jakob Martin Strid’s children’s book of the same name, which has sold more than 100,000 copies and has been published in eight languages.
The story is about a cat named Mitcho and an elephant named Sebastian, living in the idyllic village of Solby, who go on a great journey to find the missing mayor and uncover the titular giant fruit.
Backers for the $3.4m project include the Danish Film Institute, Nftvf and Dr »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Wendy Mitchell)
First of all, the Big news on Little Women: Atlanta — Minnie is pregnant! The reality star hinted at her big news when I interviewed her last week, and today a source close to the show confirmed the pregnancy. Congrats Minnie, best wishes to you and your baby! On to this week’s recap, Little Women: Atlanta Episode 3. This week, the Tiny Twins cause Big trouble! The week starts off in a barn. Emily grew up as a competitive equestrian, and while she hasn’t been able to ride since she moved to Atlanta, she’s eager to return to her love … Continue reading →
The post Recap: Little Women: Atlanta Episode 3 “Tiny Twin Takeover” appeared first on Channel Guide Magazine. »
- Kellie Freeze
Well, it appears that the rumors are true. A “Mulholland Drive” reunion between David Lynch and Naomi Watts had been alleged late last year for his new “Twin Peaks” revival on Showtime and according to a new report from Deadline, it's happening. Watts will be joining Lynch’s show, which revisits the community and scene of a crime some 25 years after the fact. Read More: 'Mulholland Drive': Highlights From The Criterion Collection Interviews With David Lynch, Naomi Watts & More The site also reports that formerly troubled and prison-prone actor Tom Sizemore — who has cleaned up, but hasn’t worked on a substantial film since 2002’s “Big Trouble” — has joined the cast. Lynch is directing all the new “Twin Peaks” installments and the trade adds that the filmmaker is also rumored to be reprising his recurring role from the original series as FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole. Lynch »
- Edward Davis
Well, it appears that the rumors are true. A “Mulholland Drive” reunion between David Lynch and Naomi Watts had been alleged late last year for his new “Twin Peaks” revival on Showtime and according to a new report from Deadline, it's happening. Watts will be joining Lynch’s show, which revisits the community and scene of a crime some 25-years after the fact. The site also reports that actor formerly-troubled and prison-prone actor Tom Sizemore—who has cleaned up, but hasn’t worked on a substantial film since 2002’s “Big Trouble”—has joined the cast. Lynch is directing all the new “Twin Peaks” installments and the trade adds that the filmmaker is also rumored to be reprising his recurring role from the original series as FBI Regional Bureau Chief Gordon Cole. Lynch plucked Watts out of obscurity after she had been struggling in Hollywood and was about to quit. The »
- Edward Davis
6 items from 2016
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