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4 items from 2015

'Snowpiercer' TV Show Happening with 'Avatar 2' Writer

11 November 2015 4:47 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Producer Marty Adelstein and his Tomorrow Studios company has optioned the rights to last year's indie hit Snowpiercer, to turn it into a TV series adaptation. The Hollywood Reporter reveals that screenwriter Josh Friedman (Avatar 2) has been tapped to write the pilot script. No network has been attached to the project at this time. Here's what Marty Adelstein had to say about bringing Josh Friedman on board.

"We are very excited to be working with Josh on this incredible story. As such a prolific and innovative writer he is the ideal person to create a massive new world in this adaptation. This is an expansive, high-concept project and we are thrilled to be a part of reimagining it for television."

Snowpiercer is based on the French graphic novel entitled Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand and Jean-Marc Rochette. The story is set years after a global Ice Age decimated the planet, »

- MovieWeb

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25 Years in La Part 3: Showtime, the Silverado, and the rise of Ain't It Cool

10 June 2015 11:30 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

The first and most important thing that happened as a result of the staging of "Sticks and Stones" at the Met Theater as part of the Act One Festival was that Scott Swan and I got our first agent. Barbara Baruch worked for Ambrosio/Mortimer, a smaller boutique agency at the time, and from the moment we met her, she seemed like what I imagined an agent to be. She was nurturing, she was a cheerleader, she was a ballbuster, and she was always, always, always in our corner. Our time with her was unfortunately too short, and by the time the agency imploded in accusations of embezzlement, we were already repped by Gersh out of New York. Barbara was first, though, and she was the first one to start pushing people to come see our show and to read our work. The strangest thing about those early days is »

- Drew McWeeny

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Cannes Review: Documentary 'By Sidney Lumet' Is A Rewarding, Wide-Ranging, Conversation With A Master

18 May 2015 6:21 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

His films don't necessarily have the hip reputations of some of his contemporaries, he wasn't as precious about the work as some other auteurs, and he never won a Best Director Oscar (though he received an honorary one in 2005). But there can be no question that Sidney Lumet was one of American cinema's finest filmmakers, as anyone who has read his seminal book "Making Movies," or just seen one of his many great films, can attest. Over a 50-year career, and almost as many movies (here's our retrospective of his work), Lumet undeniably made some duff films ("The Wiz," "A Price Above Rubies" and "Gloria"), but for every questionable picture, there were two solid classics. Read More: Watch: Sidney Lumet's 1955 Rejected TV Pilot 'The Challenge' Starting with his 1957 debut "12 Angry Men," and ending with the brutal, powerful "Before The Devil Knows You're Dead," with works like "Fail-Safe, »

- Oliver Lyttelton

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Watch: Ethan Hawke Does a Philip Seymour Hoffman Impression (And Calls Sidney Lumet Names)

10 February 2015 1:00 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

As part of a "Boyhood" talkback at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Ethan Hawke got to reminiscing on his friend and colleague, Philip Seymour Hoffman. The pair first met in the 1990s, when Hoffman was working as a (quick-witted, dry-humored) reader in several of Hawke's auditions, and their friendship grew from there. Hawke also took the time to fondly remember/commend Hoffman for his dedication -- after nabbing the Oscar for "Capote" in 2005, Hoffman didn't rest for a beat; he took his newfound clout and used it to get legendary director Sidney Lumet's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" made -- and Hawke goes on to tell some pretty amusing stories about their time working together on the film. Watch the clip below to find out exactly what Lumet did that had Hawke dub him "an 83-year old Machiavellian bastard." Read More: Watch 10 Incredible Clips From the Career of the Late, »

- Rosie Narasaki

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