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‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Hits Yet Another Snag as Production Company Deems It ‘Patently Illegal’

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The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” has had so much trouble getting made that it would almost be a letdown if the long-gestating project ever sees the light of day. Terry Gilliam has been tilting at windmills for nearly 20 years at this point, and now the film has hit a new snag: Alfama Films released a statement on Friday deeming it “patently illegal.”

Read More: Terry Gilliam Has Begun Shooting ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,’ For Real This Time

Alfama’s Paulo Branco spoke to the Hollywood Reporter at Cannes, accusing Gilliam of “clandestinely” working on the film behind his back and even “pursuing the production with other partners.” Whether true or not, such a strange state of affairs is certainly apropos of the Cervantes’ charmingly (and tragically) out-of-his-depth knight errant.

The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” first entered pre-production in 1998 and, at one point or another, everyone from »

- Michael Nordine

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Before ‘The Meyerowitz Stories,’ Noah Baumbach’s ‘Kicking and Screaming’ Captured Adults Coming of Age — Cannes 2017

20 May 2017 12:07 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

This is the latest installment of a series exploring significant films from the careers of directors showing new work at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. 

Noah Baumbach characters are almost always enduring growing pains, even if they stopped growing years ago. One of his most defining characteristics as a filmmaker is his ability to create coming-of-age stories for any age group.

The Meyerowitz Stories’ First Look: Noah Baumbach and Adam Sandler Compete for the Palme d’Or

The Meyerowitz Stories,” Baumbach’s first film to screen at the Cannes Film Festival, sounds Baumbachian enough: It centers on an estranged family that convenes in New York for an event celebrating the artistic work of their father. The film stars Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Dustin Hoffman, and Emma Thompson.

Soured relationships and artistic achievement are recurring themes in Baumbach’s work, and are often directly related to the painful transitions that take his »

- Graham Winfrey

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The Rock for President, Brad Pitt Thinks Deep, and Miley Cyrus is a Panda — Late Night TV Highlights

19 May 2017 10:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

With so many shows running every weeknight, it makes sense that you can’t keep up on everything. So here’s a recap of the week’s highlights, thanks to the magic of YouTube.

The Rock Would Beat Donald Trump in a Presidential Election

Maybe Jimmy Kimmel is cracking jokes. Or maybe, maybe, he is preaching the one truth we need in times like these. (Bonus points for the WWE footage re-edit, which is masterfully done.)

Most Importantly: On “The Tonight Show” Thursday night, Dwayne Johnson did not say he wouldn’t run. Salvation might be closer than we think.

Harry Styles Arrives at “The Late Late Show

James Corden’s friendship with all the fellas of One Direction goes back a long way, which probably helped make possible this week-long residency featuring the “Dunkirk” star and, yes, teen hearthrob. And the show wasn’t afraid to milk aspects of »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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The Rock for President, Brad Pitt Thinks Deep, and Miley Cyrus is a Panda — Late Night TV Highlights

19 May 2017 10:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

With so many shows running every weeknight, it makes sense that you can’t keep up on everything. So here’s a recap of the week’s highlights, thanks to the magic of YouTube.

The Rock Would Beat Donald Trump in a Presidential Election

Maybe Jimmy Kimmel is cracking jokes. Or maybe, maybe, he is preaching the one truth we need in times like these. (Bonus points for the WWE footage re-edit, which is masterfully done.)

Most Importantly: On “The Tonight Show” Thursday night, Dwayne Johnson did not say he wouldn’t run. Salvation might be closer than we think.

Harry Styles Arrives at “The Late Late Show

James Corden’s friendship with all the fellas of One Direction goes back a long way, which probably helped make possible this week-long residency featuring the “Dunkirk” star and, yes, teen hearthrob. And the show wasn’t afraid to milk aspects of »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Glass Castle’ Trailer: Brie Larson is the Daughter of Very Dysfunctional Parents in New Drama

18 May 2017 8:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Brie Larson, Woody Harrelson and Naomi Watts star in Lionsgate’s upcoming drama, “The Glass Castle,” which hits theaters this summer. The film reunites Larson with her “Short Term 12” director, Destin Daniel Cretton. People has the first trailer, which you can watch below.

Read More: ‘The Glass Castle’ Images: Brie Larson and Naomi Watts Star in Dysfunctional Family Drama

Based on Jeanette Walls’ 2005 best-selling memoir of the same name, the film recounts the very unconventional upbringing Walls (Larson) and her siblings had at the hands of their dysfunctional parents, alcoholic Rex (Harrelson) and artist Rose Mary (Watts). The poverty-stricken family was constantly on the move as Rex was unable to keep a stable job. After running away from home, Walls became a successful New York-based journalist.

“They did a spectacular job bringing to life a complicated story, there’s so many nuances,” Walls told People. “I wanted Brie Larson »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Trailer: CBS All Access Reveals Massive Look at Starfleet 10 Years Before Kirk

17 May 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

It’s never really the final frontier for any beloved fan property, now is it? And here to prove that point comes the official trailer for “Star Trek: Discovery,” the long-delayed resurrection of the “Trek” franchise that is set to become CBS All Access’s second major original series, following “The Good Fight.”

Read More: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Rainn Wilson Cast as Kooky Conman From Original Series

We’ve known what the Discovery will look like since last year’s Comic-Con and we even got a glimpse of filming when the show finally went into production last January. What we haven’t known until now is what the series itself might be like. A lot’s changed from last summer, specifically the departure of original showrunner Bryan Fuller, who revealed a big vision for the series during the Summer 2016 TCAs, down to alien diversity amongst the crew.

“Usually you »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Trailer: CBS All Access Reveals Massive Look at Starfleet 10 Years Before Kirk

17 May 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

It’s never really the final frontier for any beloved fan property, now is it? And here to prove that point comes the official trailer for “Star Trek: Discovery,” the long-delayed resurrection of the “Trek” franchise that is set to become CBS All Access’s second major original series, following “The Good Fight.”

Read More: ‘Star Trek: Discovery’: Rainn Wilson Cast as Kooky Conman From Original Series

We’ve known what the Discovery will look like since last year’s Comic-Con and we even got a glimpse of filming when the show finally went into production last January. What we haven’t known until now is what the series itself might be like. A lot’s changed from last summer, specifically the departure of original showrunner Bryan Fuller, who revealed a big vision for the series during the Summer 2016 TCAs, down to alien diversity amongst the crew.

“Usually you »

- Liz Shannon Miller

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‘The Witcher:’ Netflix to Produce Drama Series Based on the Popular Video Game and Books

17 May 2017 7:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

A new drama series based on “The Witcher,” the popular fantasy saga from Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, is in the works at Netflix. On Wednesday, the streaming giant announced that it’s developing and producing an English-language show based on the bestselling series of short stories and novels, which have been adapted into a major video game franchise, the 2001 film “The Hexer,” and a graphic novel series, and have been translated into over 20 languages.

Read More: Cannes: French Government Worker Says Netflix Embodies ‘American Cultural Imperialism’

The saga centers on “witchers” or hunters who, with training, develop supernatural powers to fight dangerous monsters. “I’m thrilled that Netflix will be doing an adaptation of my stories, staying true to the source material and the themes that I have spent over thirty years writing,” Sapkowski, who will serve as creative consultant on the series, said in a statement. “I’m excited about our efforts together, »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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‘The Witcher:’ Netflix to Produce Drama Series Based on the Popular Video Game and Books

17 May 2017 7:28 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

A new drama series based on “The Witcher,” the popular fantasy saga from Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski, is in the works at Netflix. On Wednesday, the streaming giant announced that it’s developing and producing an English-language show based on the bestselling series of short stories and novels, which have been adapted into a major video game franchise, the 2001 film “The Hexer,” and a graphic novel series, and have been translated into over 20 languages.

Read More: Cannes: French Government Worker Says Netflix Embodies ‘American Cultural Imperialism’

The saga centers on “witchers” or hunters who, with training, develop supernatural powers to fight dangerous monsters. “I’m thrilled that Netflix will be doing an adaptation of my stories, staying true to the source material and the themes that I have spent over thirty years writing,” Sapkowski, who will serve as creative consultant on the series, said in a statement. “I’m excited about our efforts together, »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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‘This Is Us’ Teaser Trailer: Cast Makes Fans Cry for Real in Person — Watch

15 May 2017 10:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

What does “This Is Us” mean to you?

NBC’s family drama took viewers by surprise first as the most-watched first footage in the history of Facebook but later with is continual ability to deliver twists and make people cry. The network even provided tissues to critics during a screening earlier this year.

Read More: ‘This Is Us’ Will Help NBC Relaunch ‘Must See TV’ and Lands Post-Super Bowl Timeslot

When last we left the Pearson family, we learned much more about how Jack and Rebecca (Mili Ventimiglia, Mandy More) met and how their relationship may have its ups and downs, but it is solid and loving. What we did not find out was how Jack would tragically die in the future, but hey, you have to save some snotty tears for Season 2. As for the adult kids, we saw that Kate (Chrissy Metz) decided to pursue singing, Kevin (Justin Hartley »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘This Is Us’ Teaser Trailer: Cast Makes Fans Cry for Real in Person — Watch

15 May 2017 10:39 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

What does “This Is Us” mean to you?

NBC’s family drama took viewers by surprise first as the most-watched first footage in the history of Facebook but later with is continual ability to deliver twists and make people cry. The network even provided tissues to critics during a screening earlier this year.

Read More: ‘This Is Us’ Will Help NBC Relaunch ‘Must See TV’ and Lands Post-Super Bowl Timeslot

When last we left the Pearson family, we learned much more about how Jack and Rebecca (Mili Ventimiglia, Mandy More) met and how their relationship may have its ups and downs, but it is solid and loving. What we did not find out was how Jack would tragically die in the future, but hey, you have to save some snotty tears for Season 2. As for the adult kids, we saw that Kate (Chrissy Metz) decided to pursue singing, Kevin (Justin Hartley »

- Hanh Nguyen

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‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoffs: George R.R. Martin Hints at Fifth Pilot In Works

15 May 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The good news keep coming for “Game of Thrones” fans. On Sunday, George R.R. Martin revealed that a fifth script is in development for another possible new series based on the popular fantasy drama. “We had four scripts in development when I arrived in L.A. last week, but by the time I left we had five,” Martin wrote on his LiveJournal page.

Read More: ‘Game of Thrones’ Spin-Offs: Of the Four Options, There’s Already an Obvious Winner

On May 4, HBO announced the hiring of four different writers to pen possible spinoffs of the show. Max Borenstein (“Kong: Skull Island”), Jane Goldman (“Kingsman: The Golden Circle”), Brian Helgeland (“A Knight’s Tale,” “Robin Hood”) and Carly Wray (“Mad Men,” “The Leftovers”) will “each explore different time periods of George R. R. Martin’s vast and rich universe,” an HBO spokesperson said, adding that “there is no set timetable for these projects. »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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‘Game of Thrones’ Spinoffs: George R.R. Martin Hints at Fifth Pilot In Works

15 May 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The good news keep coming for “Game of Thrones” fans. On Sunday, George R.R. Martin revealed that a fifth script is in development for another possible new series based on the popular fantasy drama. “We had four scripts in development when I arrived in L.A. last week, but by the time I left we had five,” Martin wrote on his LiveJournal page.

Read More: ‘Game of Thrones’ Spin-Offs: Of the Four Options, There’s Already an Obvious Winner

On May 4, HBO announced the hiring of four different writers to pen possible spinoffs of the show. Max Borenstein (“Kong: Skull Island”), Jane Goldman (“Kingsman: The Golden Circle”), Brian Helgeland (“A Knight’s Tale,” “Robin Hood”) and Carly Wray (“Mad Men,” “The Leftovers”) will “each explore different time periods of George R. R. Martin’s vast and rich universe,” an HBO spokesperson said, adding that “there is no set timetable for these projects. »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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‘The Wizard of Lies’ Review: Robert De Niro’s Canny HBO Movie is a Ponzi Scheme That Pays Off

15 May 2017 5:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Wizard of Lies” is constructed to mimic Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme: an expertly orchestrated con with a significant payday. But the film, based on Diana Henriques’ book, one ups its inspiration by actually pulling off the scam; first by suckering the audience into investing in a masterful liar, then carefully planting seeds of doubt, and ultimately sneaking up and crushing its shareholders with a devastating final act.

In other words, Barry Levinson’s adaptation is a more complex and accomplished work than we’ve seen from many so-called biopics, as well as HBO Films’ best entry since “Behind the Candelabra.” In fact, in many ways, it’s the opposite of Steven Soderbergh’s gaudy and enticing “final” film. Rather than delivering too much of a good thing, “The Wizard of Lies” is an exercise in the power of restraint — especially from its lead, Robert De Niro.

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- Ben Travers

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‘The Wizard of Lies’ Review: Robert De Niro’s Canny HBO Movie is a Ponzi Scheme That Pays Off

15 May 2017 5:49 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The Wizard of Lies” is constructed to mimic Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme: an expertly orchestrated con with a significant payday. But the film, based on Diana Henriques’ book, one ups its inspiration by actually pulling off the scam; first by suckering the audience into investing in a masterful liar, then carefully planting seeds of doubt, and ultimately sneaking up and crushing its shareholders with a devastating final act.

In other words, Barry Levinson’s adaptation is a more complex and accomplished work than we’ve seen from many so-called biopics, as well as HBO Films’ best entry since “Behind the Candelabra.” In fact, in many ways, it’s the opposite of Steven Soderbergh’s gaudy and enticing “final” film. Rather than delivering too much of a good thing, “The Wizard of Lies” is an exercise in the power of restraint — especially from its lead, Robert De Niro.

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- Ben Travers

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‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘Better Call Saul,’ ‘The Deuce’ Premiere Kick Off IFC Center’s First Split Screens Festival

12 May 2017 2:48 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

IFC Center has announced the first round of programming for its upcoming Split Screens Festival, which takes place between June 2 and June 8. The festivities will commence with the premiere of HBO’s upcoming period drama “The Deuce” and also include events and conversations centered around “Difficult People,” “The Get Down,” “Orphan Black,” “Mr. Robot,” “Better Call Saul” and more.

Read More: IFC Center’s First Annual Split Screens Festival Celebrating TV to Debut in June

Matt Zoller Seitz of Vulture and RogerEbert.com curated the festival, whose programming falls under four different umbrellas: Premieres, Close-Up, Showcase and Rewind. “First and foremost, I am a fan — so studying the great work of these casts and creators has been an honor,” he said in a statement. “What we have done in this inaugural Split Screens Festival is to cull what we believe to be the best of the best in today’s »

- Michael Nordine

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‘Mr. Robot,’ ‘Better Call Saul,’ ‘The Deuce’ Premiere Kick Off IFC Center’s First Split Screens Festival

12 May 2017 2:48 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

IFC Center has announced the first round of programming for its upcoming Split Screens Festival, which takes place between June 2 and June 8. The festivities will commence with the premiere of HBO’s upcoming period drama “The Deuce” and also include events and conversations centered around “Difficult People,” “The Get Down,” “Orphan Black,” “Mr. Robot,” “Better Call Saul” and more.

Read More: IFC Center’s First Annual Split Screens Festival Celebrating TV to Debut in June

Matt Zoller Seitz of Vulture and RogerEbert.com curated the festival, whose programming falls under four different umbrellas: Premieres, Close-Up, Showcase and Rewind. “First and foremost, I am a fan — so studying the great work of these casts and creators has been an honor,” he said in a statement. “What we have done in this inaugural Split Screens Festival is to cull what we believe to be the best of the best in today’s »

- Michael Nordine

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‘Fargo’ and ‘The Leftovers’ Collide as Damon Lindelof Interviews Noah Hawley, Ewan McGregor and Carrie Coon

12 May 2017 11:56 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

“Carrie, I’m not familiar with your work prior to ‘Fargo,'” Damon Lindelof said to Carrie Coon. “I’ve heard you’re an excellent actress.”

This, obviously, is a boldfaced lie. Back in 2014, Lindelof was one of the first people in Hollywood to notice Coon’s immense talent when he cast her in HBO’s drama, “The Leftovers.” But he wasn’t about to say as much while moderating a For Your Consideration panel for her other show, FX’s anthology series, “Fargo.”

And neither was “Fargo” creator Noah Hawley.

“When I first saw Carrie — in a movie,” Hawley said, pointedly, before adding, “Maybe another show…” The showrunner trailed off, allowing the audience to fill in the blank.

Read More: ‘Fargo’ Episode 4 Review: A New Ewan McGregor is Unveiled, As A Voice From the Past Tells a Fairy Tale for the Future

And they did! At that moment, »

- Ben Travers

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‘Fargo’ and ‘The Leftovers’ Collide as Damon Lindelof Interviews Noah Hawley, Ewan McGregor and Carrie Coon

12 May 2017 11:56 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

“Carrie, I’m not familiar with your work prior to ‘Fargo,'” Damon Lindelof said to Carrie Coon. “I’ve heard you’re an excellent actress.”

This, obviously, is a boldfaced lie. Back in 2014, Lindelof was one of the first people in Hollywood to notice Coon’s immense talent when he cast her in HBO’s drama, “The Leftovers.” But he wasn’t about to say as much while moderating a For Your Consideration panel for her other show, FX’s anthology series, “Fargo.”

And neither was “Fargo” creator Noah Hawley.

“When I first saw Carrie — in a movie,” Hawley said, pointedly, before adding, “Maybe another show…” The showrunner trailed off, allowing the audience to fill in the blank.

Read More: ‘Fargo’ Episode 4 Review: A New Ewan McGregor is Unveiled, As A Voice From the Past Tells a Fairy Tale for the Future

And they did! At that moment, »

- Ben Travers

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‘Gilmore Girls’: Lauren Graham Would Do Another Revival ‘In the Middle of Nowhere’

11 May 2017 11:22 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Lauren Graham would return to Stars Hollow in a heartbeat, even without a budget or real sets, for that matter.

“I would do that just as an actor in a barn in the middle of nowhere,” the actress said at a Netflix event in Beverly Hills on Thursday night. The Emmys For Your Consideration showcase, moderated by Graham’s former “Parenthood” co-star Mae Whitman, offered press and Academy voters a chance to revisit Graham’s moving performance in Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls” revival.

Read More: ‘Gilmore Girls’: By Competing in the Emmys’ Limited Series Category, Does That Halt Talk of Another Season?

On the original “Gilmore Girls” series, created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, Graham played former teen mom Lorelai Gilmore, opposite then-newcomer Alexis Bledel (as precocious daughter Rory Gilmore), for nearly seven years before the show ended in 2007. Almost 10 years later, the show returned as Netflix’s “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, »

- Hanh Nguyen

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