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Interview: Noah Emmerich on The Americans Season 2

7 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Paul Risker chats with Noah Emmerich about The Americans Season 2…

Ten years after graduating from Yale University, New Yorker Noah Emmerich began mapping his route to the big screen. Unlike many others, whose sights are set on being a leading man in Hollywood, Emmerich found his voice in character roles such as friend and traitor, Marlon in Peter Weir’s, The Truman Show, or the compulsive yet merciful ex-cop, Larry Hedges, in the drama Little Children; all of which have earned him both respect and admiration from peers and audiences alike and a reputation as the actor to call on for nuanced layered performances.

But it is Emmerich’s commanding portrayal of troubled FBI agent, Stan Beeman, in FX’s hit spy thriller The Americans, which is earning the actor the biggest accolades and fanbase of his career. Rarely does a character evoke such contrasting emotions; as audiences are compelled »

- Gary Collinson

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Patrick Wilson, Ted Danson land key 'Fargo' Season 2 roles

8 January 2015 1:25 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Putting FX's "Fargo" at No.1 on my list of 2014's Best TV Shows has not, apparently, landed me magic casting power on the second season. FX announced casting for the season's lead on Thursday (January 8) and, sorry Twitter followers and podcast listeners, it's not Joel KinnamanPatrick Wilson is set to play Young Lou Solverson, Vietnam veteran and clean-cut Minnesota State Patrolman, the character who was played by Keith Carradine in the anthology's Emmy-winning first season. While I will continue to insist that side-by-side pictures of 1975 Keith Carradine and 2015 Joel Kinnaman would have made this a no-brainer, Wilson's a pretty fine choice. The "Little Children" and "Watchmen" star was an Emmy nominee in 2004 for "Angels in America" and should been nominated for an Emmy for "Girls" in 2013. Wilson's most recent regular TV role was on CBS' short-lived "A Gifted Man." Lou's wife Betsy has yet to be cast, nor has four-year-old Molly, »

- Daniel Fienberg

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