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Parker Posey to play Dr. Smith in Netflix's Lost in Space series

22 November 2016 5:00 PM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Oh, the pain, the pain of it all! After successfully picking up the rights to Lost in Space and giving it a 10-episode straight-to-series order, the Netflix remake of the classic Irwin Allen TV series has been putting together its cast for the last few months. Toby Stephens (Black Sails) will play John Robinson and Molly Parker (Deadwood) will play Maureen Robinson, with Taylor Russell (Falling... Read More »

- Kevin Fraser

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‘The Frontier’ Exclusive Clips: Oren Shai’s Debut Film Follows a Drifter, A Million Dollars In Stolen Cash and a Gang of Thieves

18 November 2016 1:44 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This past October, Kino Lorber picked up the distribution rights to Oren Shai’s debut feature film “The Frontier,” a noir western about a drifter who starts working at a diner on the outskirts of Phoenix only to discover its inhabitants are all accomplices in a million-dollar heist. She soon plans to steal the cash for herself. The film stars Jocelin Donahue (“The House of the Devil”), Kelly Lynch (“Drugstore Cowboy”), Jim Beaver (“Deadwood”), Izabella Miko (“Step Up All In”), Jamie Harris (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”); Aj Bowen (“The Sacrament”), and Liam Aiken (“Ned Rifle”). Now, the film is available on VOD and digital platforms. Watch two exclusive clips from the film below.

Read More: ‘The Frontier’ Exclusive Trailer: A Female Drifter Hatches a Plan To Steal Stolen Cash From a Gang of Thieves

“With ‘The Frontier’ I wanted to capture the feeling of reading an old vintage paperback, »

- Vikram Murthi

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Ian McShane on His First Movie Role and Breaking Into the Business

18 November 2016 10:15 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Decades before “Lovejoy” and “Deadwood,” Ian McShane was first mentioned in Variety at age 19, when he was cast in “The Wild and the Willing” (later renamed “Young and Willing”), a film about university students. It starred Paul Rogers, Virginia Maskell, and five unknown actors, including McShane and his best friend from drama school, John Hurt. Hurt and McShane are friends to this day, after making their joint film and stage debuts together. A few months after that May 30, 1962, mention, Variety reported that McShane was recording singles from the movie. Perhaps the producers were seizing on the young actor’s brilliant voice, which would go on to filthily embody Al Swearengen in “Deadwood.” McShane will next be featured on Dr. Dre’s upcoming “Vital Signs” and Starz’s “American Gods.”

Tell me about your first two mentions in Variety. I was surprised to see that they’re two soundtrack mentions!

I made what they used to call a »

- Sonia Saraiya

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Ian McShane on His First Movie Role and Breaking Into the Business

18 November 2016 10:15 AM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Decades before “Lovejoy” and “Deadwood,” Ian McShane was first mentioned in Variety at age 19, when he was cast in “The Wild and the Willing” (later renamed “Young and Willing”), a film about university students. It starred Paul Rogers, Virginia Maskell, and five unknown actors, including McShane and his best friend from drama school, John Hurt. Hurt and McShane are friends to this day, after making their joint film and stage debuts together. A few months after that May 30, 1962, mention, Variety reported that McShane was recording singles from the movie. Perhaps the producers were seizing on the young actor’s brilliant voice, which would go on to filthily embody Al Swearengen in “Deadwood.” McShane will next be featured on Dr. Dre’s upcoming “Vital Signs” and Starz’s “American Gods.”

Tell me about your first two mentions in Variety. I was surprised to see that they’re two soundtrack mentions!

I »

- Sonia Saraiya

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Nicolas Cage didn't think Marvel would be able to pull off 'Captain America'

4 November 2016 10:36 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Most of you probably know Nicolas Cage's history with Superman by now but his love of comic book superheroes goes well beyond that. He recently got to talking about the success of superhero films and had some very interesting things to say about Captain America. He also talks about his almost-casting in Starz's American Gods. In an interview with the La Times about the three, yes Three, films he has debuting this month (Army of One, Dog Eat Dog, USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage) they got him chatting about superhero movies. More specifically, is he surprised that comi book films are dominating the film industry right now? "I’m not surprised at all," he told them. "In fact, as mystical and prescient as this sounds, when I was about 12 years old, when I was really reading comic books actively, I actually had a moment where I thought to myself »

- Jill Pantozzi

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'Rectify': Inside the Compelling TV Drama's Swan Song

28 October 2016 7:03 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

About a decade ago, actor Ray McKinnon became fascinated with several stories he'd seen about death-row inmates who had been freed because of DNA evidence. "I just started wondering what their lives must be like the first day they got out," he says. "And then I really thought: 'What's the second day like?'"

That question inspired Rectify, one of the most emotionally affecting dramas about the criminal justice system on TV. The series, which premiered in 2013, tells the story of Daniel Holden, a Georgia man convicted of rape and murder, »

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‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’ Review: Let The Bodies Hit The Floor

26 October 2016 10:39 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last Week’S Review: Chapter 6 Is a Total Game Changer

Setting The Scene

While last week was largely devoted to setting up “American Horror Story’s” new found footage status quo, “Chapter 7” puts its foot on the accelerator and doesn’t let up. “Chapter 6” gave me hope that the back half of “Roanoke” might live up to past seasons, and this week’s episode cranks up the scares and the Wtf moments that have always been the show’s trademark. Who knows if the remainder of Season 6 can keep up this pace, but for now it’s nice to enjoy the ride.

Fact vs. Fiction

We open a few minutes before the conclusion of “Chapter 6,” as Dominic arrives and Matt rushes to beat him up. Dominic, it turns out, is a grade A heel, who immediately starts putting the moves on Shelby again, only to later confess he’s only »

- Jeff Stone

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‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’ Review: Let The Bodies Hit The Floor

26 October 2016 10:39 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Last Week’S Review: Chapter 6 Is a Total Game Changer

Setting The Scene

While last week was largely devoted to setting up “American Horror Story’s” new found footage status quo, “Chapter 7” puts its foot on the accelerator and doesn’t let up. “Chapter 6” gave me hope that the back half of “Roanoke” might live up to past seasons, and this week’s episode cranks up the scares and the Wtf moments that have always been the show’s trademark. Who knows if the remainder of Season 6 can keep up this pace, but for now it’s nice to enjoy the ride.

Fact vs. Fiction

We open a few minutes before the conclusion of “Chapter 6,” as Dominic arrives and Matt rushes to beat him up. Dominic, it turns out, is a grade A heel, who immediately starts putting the moves on Shelby again, only to later confess he’s only »

- Jeff Stone

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‘Rectify’ Creator Ray McKinnon Talks Endings, Inspirations and Challenges of Show’s Final Season

25 October 2016 9:38 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Rectify” fans, be forewarned: Don’t expect a neat and tidy ending for Daniel Holden when the SundanceTV drama’s fourth and final season concludes its run later this year.

Rectify” creator/exec producer Ray McKinnon made it clear during a Q&A Tuesday night at the New York Television Festival that he has no intention of providing a clear-cut answer to the show central mysteries: whether the lead character played by Aden Young is guilty of the murder for which he spent 19 years on death row before being exonerated by DNA evidence. What’s more, Holden himself wrestles with the question — quoting Jean-Paul Sartre in the process — in the fourth season opener. “Rectify” premieres Oct. 26.

“This story is about a man’s search for meaning,” McKinnon said.  “He’s an honest man,” he said of his “tragic and heroic” protagonist. “It’s always difficult for an honest man to make his way in the world.”

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- Cynthia Littleton

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’Come and Find Me’ Trailer: Aaron Paul and Annabelle Wallis Go ‘Gone Girl’ in Indie Thriller

25 October 2016 9:34 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Though Aaron Paul has been busy working on two TV shows — Netflix’s “BoJack Horseman” and Hulu’s “The Path” — this past year, he still finds time to star in star in films this year, including “Triple 9,” “Central Intelligence” and the upcoming indie thriller “Come and Find Me.” The film follows David (Paul) whose idyllic relationship with Claire (Annabelle Wallis) comes to an abrupt end after she disappears without a trace. Incapable of letting her memory go, David follows Claire’s trail down a dangerous path and discovers she was leading a double life. Watch a trailer for the film below.

Read More: Aaron Paul to Produce Thriller ‘Blackmail’ at NBC

The film is written and directed by Zack Whedon, the brother of acclaimed screenwriter and director Joss Whedon. Zack is best known for writing episodes of such acclaimed TV shows as “Deadwood,” “Rubicon” and most recently, “Halt and Catch Fire. »

- Vikram Murthi

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Aaron Paul Follows the Path in First Trailer for Zack Whedon’s ‘Come and Find Me’

25 October 2016 7:32 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

After leaving Jesse Pinkman behind, Aaron Paul is still trying to find his footing in the world of features. Thus far, his independent fare has proved to be more substantial than his studio offerings, so thankfully next on the docket is the small-scale drama Come and Find Me, which comes from writer-director Zack Whedon (Halt and Catch Fire, Fringe, Deadwood, Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog).

The story follows Paul’s character as his significant other disappears. As he embarks on the trail of missing clues, a mystery unfolds. With the writing skills of the Whedon family on display, hopefully this is a nice surprise in just a few weeks when it gets released. Also starring Annabelle Wallis and Garret Dillahunt, check out the trailer below.

David (Aaron Paul) and Claire’s (Annabelle Wallis) idyllic relationship comes to an abrupt and mysterious end after Claire disappears without a trace. Devastated but incapable of letting go, »

- Jordan Raup

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‘Equity’: ABC Plans Series Based on Female-Driven Wall Street Movie

19 October 2016 11:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The Anna Gunn-starring film “Equity” is getting the TV treatment at ABC. Deadline reports that the female-led Wall Street thriller is being adapted for the network, which handed out a script commitment plus penalty.

The drama, written by “The Strain” producer Regina Corrado, is set in the world of cutthroat investment banking and centers on Naomi Bishop, a Wall Street banker, played by Gunn in the film, who is navigating a world where big money and high-power reign, and women have yet to break the glass ceiling. It is unknown if any of the film’s actresses will be part of the series.

The adaptation hails from Corrado and Pascal PicturesAmy Pascal, with Sony TV’s TriStar Television as the studio. Corrado and Pascal will executive produce with Rachel O’Connor and the movie’s producers Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas.

Read More: ‘Equity’: Why It »

- Liz Calvario

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‘Equity’: ABC Plans Series Based on Female-Driven Wall Street Movie

19 October 2016 11:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Anna Gunn-starring film “Equity” is getting the TV treatment at ABC. Deadline reports that the female-led Wall Street thriller is being adapted for the network, which handed out a script commitment plus penalty.

The drama, written by “The Strain” producer Regina Corrado, is set in the world of cutthroat investment banking and centers on Naomi Bishop, a Wall Street banker, played by Gunn in the film, who is navigating a world where big money and high-power reign, and women have yet to break the glass ceiling. It is unknown if any of the film’s actresses will be part of the series.

The adaptation hails from Corrado and Pascal PicturesAmy Pascal, with Sony TV’s TriStar Television as the studio. Corrado and Pascal will executive produce with Rachel O’Connor and the movie’s producers Alysia Reiner and Sarah Megan Thomas.

Read More: ‘Equity’: Why It »

- Liz Calvario

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‘The Frontier’ Exclusive Trailer: A Female Drifter Hatches a Plan To Steal Stolen Cash From a Gang of Thieves

17 October 2016 3:16 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Oren Shai’s short films have played festivals across the world and garnered praise along the way, but now his debut film will soon receive a theatrical and VOD release. “The Frontier” stars Jocelin Donahue (“The House of the Devil”) as Laine, a drifter on the run from crimes she has committed who lands in a deserted motel on the outskirts of Phoenix. She acquires a job from the owner Luanne (Kelly Lynch) to work in the diner but soon discovers that the regular clientele are all accomplices in a million-dollar heist. Laine plans to steal from the gang of thieves before they discover her true identity. The film co-stars Jim Beaver (“Deadwood”), Izabella Miko (“Coyote Ugly”), Jamie Harris (“Knight of Cups”), Aj Bowen (“The Sacrament”), and Liam Aiken (“Ned Rifle”). Watch an exclusive trailer for the film below.

Read More: Alchemy Acquires Noir Thriller ‘The Frontier

Produced by Rocking Films and Dana Lustig Productions, »

- Vikram Murthi

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Beth Grant Reteams With Bryan Fuller For American Gods

17 October 2016 11:56 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Beth Grant is the latest star bound for the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods.

Already in active production over at Starz, Grant joins the long-awaited series as Jack, the owner of Jack’s Crocodile Bar. It’s a fairly significant role, too, given that her character will host Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) as he comes into contact with Mr. Wednesday, the ancient deity played here by Ian McShane (Deadwood, Game of Thrones). E! Online’s report indicates that the actress will appear in two of the 10 commissioned episodes.

Grant’s casting also marks another collaboration between her and American Gods co-creator Bryan Fuller, after the pair worked together on Mockingbird Lane, Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies.

Per Twitter:

Thrilled To Be Working With @BethGrantActor Again! @AmericanGodsSTZ Adds Beth Grant as Owner of Jack’s Crocodile Bar https://t.co/An9ZjfqGFm

Bryan Fuller (@BryanFuller) October 15, 2016

Pitched as an amalgamation »

- Michael Briers

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The Good, The Bad & The Badass: Ian McShane

17 October 2016 8:21 AM, PDT | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Last week, we examined the career of badass character actor J.K. Simmons. This week’s subject is another, older character actor who has elevated badassdom to an art... Ian McShane Most Americans probably weren’t really aware of Ian McShane until his role as the aptly named Al Swearengen on HBO’s “Deadwood”. Living in Canada, which is still part of the... Read More »

- Chris Bumbray

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‘John Wick Two’ Teaser Trailer: Keanu Reeves Straps Up for Battle

6 October 2016 7:12 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In 2014, Chad Stahelski and David Leitch’s action thriller “John Wick,” about a retired hitman (Keanu Reeves) who’s out for vengeance after the theft of his car and the death of his puppy at the hands of mobsters, became a critical and commercial success. The film’s fight sequences and and visual effects were unanimously praised, as well as Reeves’ performance, which signaled a return to form for the actor.

Read More: ‘John Wick: Chapter Two’ Poster: Keanu Reeves Is Dressed for Success

After the original’s rousing success, a “John Wick” sequel has been in the works since last year, with many of the actors from the first film — Ian McShane (“Deadwood”), John Leguizamo (“Carlito’s Way”), Lance Reddick (“The Wire”), and more — returning for the second. Now, we finally get a glimpse of what the sequel looks like. Watch a brief teaser trailer for “John Wick: Chapter Two” below. »

- Vikram Murthi

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The Hollow Point trailer: Ian McShane battles smugglers

4 October 2016 12:17 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Joseph Baxter Oct 5, 2016

The Hollow Point trailer has Ian McShane and Patrick Wilson as small town sheriffs under siege from a killer cartel conspiracy.

The trailer for the action thriller The Hollow Point seems to represent a slow, but steady topical trend in entertainment as the U.S.-Mexico border becomes more of an omnipresent subject, especially in the wake of election year politics. However, unlike another upcoming border-centric entry in Desierto, the central conflict of this film – pitting a pair of overwhelmed small town sheriffs against cartel ammo smugglers – seems to be fought on sides more conventionally delineated.

From the outset, the trailer for The Hollow Point showcases a land-scorched scenario in a desert town on the border who find themselves the centre of a clandestine deal with a Mexican drug cartel involving ammunition – namely loads of hollow-point bullets (designed to shred on impact,) to be smuggled into Mexico to arm some not-so-nice folks. »

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‘The Hollow Point’ Trailer: Ian McShane Seeks to Rid the World of Hoopleheads in Border-War Drama

3 October 2016 3:58 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

When he isn’t dealing with hoopleheads on “Deadwood” or the Brotherhood Without Banners on “Game of Thrones,” Ian McShane is apparently making movies about the border war. The criminally underused English actor stars in “The Hollow Point,” an upcoming thriller out later this year. Watch the first trailer, which first premiered on Yahoo Movies, below.

Read More: ‘John Wick 2’: Ian McShane Reveals New Details, Including ‘Keanu Gets a New Dog’

Not quite a bad lieutenant but certainly a compromised sheriff, his character Leland makes an enemy of a Mexican cartel by attempting to prevent it from smuggling guns and other contraband into America. Unlike McShane’s best-known role, for which he won a richly deserved Golden Globe and received an Emmy nomination, this one actually finds him in the present day.

Read More: ‘Game of Thrones’: Ian McShane Reveals Why He Was Cast In His Dramatic »

- Michael Nordine

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Lost in Space: Molly Parker Lands Female Lead in Netflix Reboot

28 September 2016 1:00 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

And here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson.

Deadwood‘s Molly Parker has been cast as Robinson family matriarch/scientist Maureen in Netflix’s reboot of Lost in Space, TVLine has learned. She will star opposite Black SailsToby Stephens, who is set to play patriarch John in the streamer’s 10-episode remake. The cast also includes Falling SkiesTaylor Russell as John and Maureen’s eldest daughter Judy.

RelatedGilmore Girls Creator: Netflix Revival Follows ‘Three Women at a Crossroads’

The role of Maureen was originated in the classic ’60s series by June Lockhart and later played by Mimi Rogers in the 1998 film adaptation. »

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