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Read More: Indiewire's Summer Preview: 21 Must-See Indies "3rd Street Blackout" has all the makings of the most quintessentially quintessential New York indie: a love triangle, the city as a plot device and statement eyewear. And much like in "Breaking Upwards" or "Kissing Jessica Stein," the starring duo (Negin Farsad and Jeremy Redleaf) also pull double (actually, triple) duty as co-writers and co-directors. Here's hoping self-aware quips like "I wasn't loved as a child" elevate "Blackout" above the other quirky rom-coms of the summer. Also, Janeane Garofalo is in this. Janeane Garofalo! "3rd Street Blackout" premieres at the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 13. Read More: Watch: 'Key & Peele' Find A haven From Racism In Hilarious 'Negrotown' Sketch »
- Elizabeth Logan
Spoiler Warning: Do not read on unless you’ve seen “The Walking Dead” season 5, episode 12, titled “Remember.”
“The Walking Dead” gang finally made it inside the Alexandria Safe-Zone this week, and what they found was downright shocking. Behind the gates was an utterly peaceful community overseen by Deanna Monroe, played by four-time Tony nominated Broadway veteran Tovah Feldshuh.
Feldshuh, whose extensive resume also boasts an Emmy nominated recurring role on “Law & Order” and films including “Kissing Jessica Stein” and “A Walk on the Moon,” isn’t exactly someone you’d expect to see on AMC’s gory hit. Which is probably why she’s such a perfect fit for a character whose level-headed leadership style couldn’t be more different than Woodbury’s morally bankrupt Governor.
Joining “The Walking Dead” isn’t even the biggest adventure in Feldshuh’s life right now. Variety spoke with the actress about her role »
- Geoff Berkshire
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