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To celebrate the release of The Killing The Complete Series, available now on Blu-ray and DVD, we are giving one lucky reader the chance to win the box set on Blu-ray.
Seasons one and two chronicle the murder case of 17 year-old Rosie Larsen with season three picking up a year after the close of that investigation.
Season four comes to a powerful, thought-provoking close when Linden and Holder deal with the fallout of their actions while investigating the murder of a family whose only survivor is a member of an all-boys military academy.
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- Laura Holmes
“Hunger Games” actor Josh Hutcherson is teaming with startup studio Indigenous Media to find emerging filmmakers from young-adult screenplays on the Black List — with the promise that they could see their projects produced as feature-length movies.
Hutcherson, through his Turkeyfoot Productions banner, together with his mother, Michelle Hutcherson, will work with Indigenous Media founders Jon Avnet, Rodrigo Garcia and Jake Avnet and the Black List to identify up to five screenplays (comedies, dramas or thrillers) featuring main characters in their late teens to late 20s. The Black List, founded in 2005, compiles Hollywood execs’ favorite unproduced screenplays.
Indigenous Media has committed $100,000 to fund shorts based on the selected screenplays, one of which Hutcherson will direct. Subsequently, Indigenous Media will potentially finance and produce feature-length films based on those shorts. Scripts on the Black List website between now and Jan. 17 will be eligible for consideration.
“Jon and Rodrigo are among the few »
- Todd Spangler
Break out your special Daryl Dixon-themed calendar, 'cause it's time to mark down some premiere and return dates. Winter schedules were recently released for multiple networks, including AMC, Bravo, Crackle, Starz, and WEtv. On the AMC side, you'll get the 2016 return date for "The Walking Dead" Season 6, after its midseason break. Over on Bravo, we have reminders on premiere dates for "Top Chef" Season 13 and "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" Season 6, among others.
Here are highlights from the networks's winter schedules:
o. "The Walking Dead" Season 6B Premieres Sunday, February 14th at 9:00Pm Et/Pt
Based on the comic book series written by Robert Kirkman and published by Image Comics, "The Walking Dead" reigns as television's most watched drama for Adults 18-49. "The Walking Dead" tells the story of the months and years that follow after a zombie apocalypse, and follows a group of survivors, led by police officer Rick Grimes, »
- Gina Carbone
Attention: There is a lot of TV on these days, that's a known fact. However, another known fact is this: HBO's Getting On deserves your attention. The lovably dark comedy starring Laurie Metcalf, Alex Borstein, Niecy Nash and Mel Rodriguez is returning for a third and final (sob!) season of six episodes and E! News has your exclusive first look at the show you Must be watching. Getting On hails from the co-creators of Big Love, Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer, and follows the lives of the doctors and nurses in the Billy Barnes Extended Care Facility. They're caring for the elderly, even if the healthcare system fails them and the bureaucracy kills them. Don't you want to see the show that finally got »
This is a damn fine disappointment.
When Twin Peaks resurfaces on Showtime in Summer 2017, there will be a new sheriff in town.
TVLine has learned exclusively that Michael Ontkean has opted not to reprise his beloved role of Sheriff Harry S. Truman in the upcoming limited-run revival. Rumor has it that veteran actor Robert Forster (Heroes, Karen Sisco) has stepped in to replace Ontkean as the town’s top lawman, although it’s unclear if he will be playing Truman or a new sheriff.
Peter Sarsgaard is ordering himself a damn fine cup of coffee and joining Showtime’s upcoming Twin Peaks revival in a recurring role. The casting news was first reported Tuesday morning by TVLine. No other details are known regarding Sargaard’s role except that it will be recurring. In fact, Showtime has declined on the casting report. However, Showtime has yet to confirm any member of the Twin Peaks revival cast except for Kyle MacLachlan, who is set to reprise his role as Agent Dale Cooper. Other notable names that are reported to be starring in the series include Amanda Seyfried (Big Love), Balthazar Getty (Brothers and Sisters), and Robert Knepper (Prison Break). While Sarsgaard is most well-known for his work in films, including the Johnny Depp-led Black Mass, which just hit theaters last month, he has appeared in multiple TV series in recent years. Earlier this year, he »
- Chris King
That’s some damn good casting.
A Showtime rep declined to comment.
Sarsgaard is the latest Twin Peaks neophyte to board the limited-series continuation of the ’90s classic, joining Prison Break‘s Robert Knepper, Brothers & Sisters’ Balthazar Getty and Big Love‘s Amanda Seyfried. To date, the only piece of casting Showtime has officially confirmed is Kyle MacLachlan, who will reprise his role as Agent Dale Cooper. »
Tripplehorn and Rennie join Catherine Keener on the film, which tells the true story of a small-town nurse who rose to worldwide attention when she stood up to powerful politicians determined to bulldoze her home and hand the land over to a multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical company.
Courtney Moorehead Balaker wrote the script and will direct.
The film’s script was a finalist for the 2015 Athena List, which recognizes the best and most marketable unproduced screenplays with strong female protagonists. »
Whoopsie! Chloë Sevigny gave onlookers quite an eyeful in West Hollywood, California on Saturday night. The 40-year-old American Horror Story actress and Big Love alum wore a semi-sheer, skintight black mini skirt that was a tiiiiiny bit too short, as it rode up her thighs and prompting her to suffer a wardrobe malfunction as she made her way to the Chateau Marmont hotel and lounge. Sevigny, who sported what appeared to be lace black underwear, paired the look with long, full, beige tassel earrings and black strappy peep-toe sandals. The actress suffered her wardrobe malfunction days before the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel, which sees »
The Family follows the return of a politician’s (Joan Allen) young son who was presumed dead after disappearing over a decade earlier. As the mysterious man is welcomed back into his family, suspicions emerge — is he really who he says he is?
Per our sister site Deadline, Show will recur as Charlie Lang, the Democratic incumbent Governor of Maine who is poised to face off against Allen’s character, »
The Prison Break vet will reportedly recur on the cult hit’s upcoming continuation, according to our sister site Deadline. Though details of his character are being kept under wraps, he joins Balthazar Getty (Brothers & Sisters) and Amanda Seyfried (Big Love) in the pay cabler’s revival.
Thus far, Kyle MacLachlan is the only original cast member officially confirmed to return. Production on the series is underway in Washington state, »
Sneak Peek new images, plus footage of actress Amanda Seyfried, in a campaign for the fragrance "Givenchy Live Irrésistible":
In 2004, Seyfried made her film debut in the teen comedy "Mean Girls", with subsequent supporting roles in independent films, including "Nine Lives" (2005), the crime drama "Alpha Dog" (2006) and a recurring role in the Upn TV drama "Veronica Mars" (2004–2006).
Between 2006 and 2011, she starred on the HBO drama series "Big Love" and appeared in the 2008 musical feature film "Mamma Mia!".
Click the images to enlarge and Sneak Peek Amanda Seyfried for »
- Michael Stevens
Rob Morrow has gone from “Numb3rs” to “Billions,” as Variety has learned that he has signed on to guest star in the upcoming Showtime drama that stars Damian Lewis as a possibly corrupt hedge fund king and Paul Giamatti as a U.S. attorney attempting to find out for sure.
Morrow will play Adam DeGiulio, a counselor to the United States Attorney General. A senior advisor, DeGuilio is described as smart, powerful and highly politically aware. Morrow, who will appear in a couple episodes of the series, is represented by Gersh and Untitled.
“Our interest was in sort of digging underneath and understanding who the real people are on both sides of this question, if there’s this battle between capitalism and regulation,” Levien explained »
- Whitney Friedlander
Amanda Seyfried and Balthazar Getty join the cast of the Twin Peaks revival Nearly a quarter of a century after the series went off the air, Showtime is gearing up for a return to Twin Peaks, and according to TV Line, series creator/director David Lynch has cast Amanda Seyfried (“Big Love,” Ted 2) Balthazar Getty (“Brothers…
- Max Evry
It was announced last year, but then looked it it was all off again for a while. But now David Lynch's new Twin Peaks series is back on, to the extent that shooting is now underway in Washington State. And proving that it won't just be a nostalgia-fest with the surviving original cast, Amanda Seyfried has reportedly signed up for a mystery new role.It's a return to the small screen for Seyfried, following her move into movies in recent years. Her last big TV gig was Big Love back in 2011, but her episodic CV also includes Veronica Mars, CSI, Law & Order, House MD and Wildfire. Her part in Twin Peaks is a secret for now, although some are speculating she might be the daughter of Agent Dale Cooper and Annie Blackburn.Twin Peaks' surprise third season has been written by David Lynch and Mark Frost, and Lynch is directing the whole thing. »
Recently seen being roundly insulted in Ted 2, Seyfried’s CV includes sizeable hits on screens both big and small. These include Les Miserables, Veronica Mars, Mean Girls and many more. She’ll soon be seen as Mary in Joe Wright’s Pan, as well.
She’ll be a ‘pivotal new character,’ according to the report, but there’s no clues yet as to whether she’ll be related to any former characters or an all-new introduction. TV Line pondered whether »
Diane: It’s early Sunday morning and some fresh Twin Peaks intel just fell into my lap.
Brothers & Sisters vet Balthazar Getty has joined the cast of Showtime’s forthcoming continuation of the ’90s classic, sources confirm to me exclusively.
It’s not clear if Getty is playing a new character or taking over an existing one (rumors abound that at least one major role from the original series has been recast).
A Showtime rep declined to comment.
News of Getty’s casting comes »
Amanda Seyfried is returning to the small screen, landing a pivotal role in Showtime's highly-anticipated Twin Peaks revival series. Her character's identity was not announced, but TV Line revealed that she will play a major role, appearing in multiple episodes of the series. The Twin Peaks casting has not been confirmed, but it could signal the start of many more roles that will be revealed in the near future.
The site speculates that the 29-year-old actress could be the daughter of Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) and Annie Blackburn (Heather Graham), who appears in the last six episodes of the series. Of course, that hasn't been confirmed, and Showtime wouldn't comment on the casting news. Kyle MacLachlan has been confirmed to come back as Cooper, but we haven't heard if Heather Graham's Annie Blackburn may return as well.
Earlier this month, the first set photos arrived from North Bend, »
The actress has landed a major role on the ’90s series’ upcoming continuation, TVLine has learned exclusively.
RelatedTwin Peaks: Another Mvp Returning for Upcoming Showtime Revival
Details on her character are being kept under wraps, but TVLine has learned that she will be playing a pivotal new character. (Could she be Coop and Annie’s daughter?)
Seyfried will appear in multiple episodes, making it her biggest TV gig since Big Love ended in 2011. Though she is best known for her film work these days, »
By Todd Garbarini
Elia Kazan’s 1960 film Wild River, which stars Montgomery Clift, Lee Remick, Joan Van Fleet, and is Bruce Dern’s debut film, celebrates its 55th anniversary this year. The Royale Laemmle Theater in Los Angeles will be holding a special one-night-only showing of the 110-minute film on Thursday, September 17th, 2015 at 7:30 pm. Actor Bruce Dern is scheduled to appear at the screening and is due to partake in a Q & A and discussion on the making of the film.
From the press release:
Wild River (1960), set in Depression-era America, tells a provocative story of the conflict between an agent from the Tennessee Valley Authority and a proud, defiant older woman who refuses to sell her land in order to make way for a much needed dam. Oscar-nominated actors Montgomery Clift and Lee Remick star, and Oscar-winning actress Jo Van Fleet (only 40 at the time she made the film) plays the stubborn, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Cinema Retro)
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