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Radius-twc has released the first trailer for Sundance hit, The One I Love, which you can watch below…
Billed as a “high-concept” romantic comedy/drama, The One I Love stars Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men, Top Of The Lake) and Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed, Jeff Who Lives At Home) as a despondent couple who are sent to a beautiful vacation spot to work out their relationship, under the advice of their therapist (Ted Danson, Three Men & A Baby). But as soon as the couple arrive, things take a surreal turn.
The film had some stellar reviews at Sundance at the start of the year, with The Playlist saying that the film “may seem modest, its execution is really remarkable.” Behind the camera for his feature-length debut here is Charlie McDowell, who is the son of Mary Steenburgen and Malcolm McDowell, and the film is written by Justin Lader.
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- Scott Davis
Residents of Cheesebridge lock themselves indoors at night for fear of the Boxtrolls. But Eggs, an orphan raised by the Boxtrolls, knows they would never do humans any harm, and he just might bridge the divide between the two species. Based on the popular novel from Alan Snow, Laika’s The Boxtrolls hits theaters on September 26th, and the film will have a Hall H panel at Sdcc later this week.
Featuring Sir Ben Kingsley, Isaac Hempstead Wright, Elle Fanning, and more, The Boxtrolls Hall H panel will take place on Saturday, July 26th from 1:30pm – 2:30pm. There will also be an Eat Like the Boxtrolls event at Petco Park on Friday and Saturday afternoon, in which Bug Chef David George Gordon will be creating a menu of edible bug and insect creations for attendees to dig into. Signed limited edition posters will also be available at these eating experiences. »
- Derek Anderson
HBO has taken a page out of Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner’s playbook, releasing another promo for Boardwalk Empire’s final season that manages to make every brief clip feel super important while at the same time revealing almost nothing about the season’s plot.
The 52-second spot opens with Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi) sitting in a boardroom, staring out into the distance as a woman whispers, “There’s forgiveness for everyone. That’s what Jesus said.” The promo then cuts to Chalky While (Michael Kenneth Williams) correcting her: “Baby girl, Jesus was wrong.” That’s when a cover of “St. »
- Chancellor Agard
Ditching last week's single-character focus and plot-twist hocus-pocus — and much the better for it — tonight's The Leftovers episode ("B.J. and the A.C.") works best when you ignore its two title characters. Those would be Baby Jesus and the Anti-Christ, it's safe to presume – the former having disappeared from the local Nativity scene, and the latter potentially poised to spring forth from the loins of Holy Wayne's baby mama Christine. This being a Christmas episode, saying "bah, humbug" to both of those storylines seems appropriate.
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The growing intersection between Hollywood and the fashion industry was evident on July 19 as TV academy members, design students and all out fashionistas came together at downtown Los Angeles’ Fashion Institute of Design and & Merchandising for the opening of the school and the Academy’s annual Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design exhibit.
The costume design series and miniseries-movie Emmy categories tend to focus on period and fantasy programs — and the event itself was also was a chance to celebrate “Mad Men’s” Janie Bryant and “Once Upon a Time’s” Eduardo Castro on their Emmy nominations — but costume designer Mary Rose, who curated the showcase, said the items she chose to put on display were more about programs she liked.
“I am not just showing what the nominations did this year … enough is enough,” said Rose. “There are a lot of things that are much more interesting and meaningful … This year’s nominees, »
- Whitney Friedlander
In our new prediction slugfest, Gold Derby Editors agree that Joe Morton ("Scandal"), Reg E. Cathey ("House of Cards") and Beau Bridges ("Masters of Sex") have real shots to snag the Emmy for Best Drama Guest Actor, but we duke it out over whether or not Robert Morse ("Mad Men") can deliver the knock-out punch. Joining me in our latest video (watch below) are Charles Bright, Riley Chow and Ralph Galvan as we analyze the episodes submitted to Emmy judges as examples of their best work from the past TV season. Morton entered "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," Cathey chose "Chapter 22," Bridges opted for "Manhigh" and Morse picked "Waterloo." Other nominees: Paul Giamatti for "Downton Abbey" ("Episode 4.8") and Dylan Baker for "The Good Wife" ("Tying the Knot"). -Break- Emmy Episode Analysis: Read our Pros and Cons for Dylan Baker | Beau Bridges | ...' »
As previously reported, TV Line delivered their latest spoiler chat session and dished new teaser spoilers for the upcoming "Person Of Interest" season 4. It turns out that we're going to see the season's storyline jump 6 weeks into the future from where the season 3 finale left off. The premiere episode is going to be labeled, "Panopticon." They also think fans will be delighted to find out who newcomer, Cara Buono, is portraying. They gave one hint that Cara will not be working for Decima. In their spoiler chat session report, they stated: "The season premiere – which airs Sept. 23 and picks up about six weeks after the finale – is titled “Panopticon.” (I’ll sit here while you Google that….) Ok, are you back? Exec producer Greg Plageman also told us that viewers will be “pleasantly surprised” by who Mad Men’s Cara Buono is playing, only adding that her character does not work for Decima. »
One of the hallmarks of the modern era of television is an increased critical focus on the visual aspect of the medium. For years, when a film critic said a movie “looked like television,” they meant it as an insult. That statement implied that the film in question was shot in an entirely functional fashion, with a lack of creativity involved in the camerawork and shot choices. That stigma has dissolved over the last two decades, with the onset of the much-lauded golden age of television. Today, directors of photography like Michael Slovis and Chris Manley, best known for their work on Breaking Bad and Mad Men respectively, are doing work that rivals that of Hollywood’s top cinematographers. You can see the impact in the increased fluidity of the television and film spheres. Breaking Bad was able to bring successful movie director Rian Johnson over to TV, and Game of Thrones »
- Max Rook
Is Arrow‘s Laurel about to hit the storyline bull’s-eye? Will Ward still vex the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? What’s the skinny on NCIS‘ Dinozzo? Is a Criminal mind having trouble coping? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
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Can we have any scoop on Laurel Lance’s storyline for Arrow Season 3? –Anita
Oh yes, you can. We spoke with exec producer Marc Guggenheim at a Thursday night CW soiree, where he professed, “One of the things we’re most excited about is Laurel’s story. »
The Boxtrolls, a group of mischievous, trash-collecting creatures who live beneath the streets of Cheesebridge, are packing their bags for San Diego. The stop-motion animated adventure from the creators of Coraline andParaNorman will be heading to this year’s Comic-Con, and to celebrate we have four character posters to get you ready for the film – in theatres this September.
The Boxtrolls will feature the voices of Sir Ben Kingsley (Iron Man 3, Schindler’s List), Elle Fanning (Maleficent) – both of whom will be in attendance at Comic-Con – as well as "Mad Men"'s Jared Harris, "30 Rock"'s Tracy Morgan, Richard Ayoade (The Double), and Shaun of the Dead’s Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.
Check out the character posters for The Boxtrolls below, and head over to our Comic-Con headquarters for more news from San Diego! »
- Sasha James
Mad Men taped its final episode earlier this month, but the cast is still figuring out which mementos they’ll keep from the set. Make that buy from the set: Turns out seven years on a series doesn't provide as many perks as we thought. "I am purchasing a few things. They're making us buy them," Christina Hendricks told Vulture last night at Harlow, following the New York premiere of Magic in the Moonlight, presented by Dolce & Gabbana and the Peggy Siegal Company. "I am taking away a picture from Joan's apartment, but I have to pay for it. It's an Asian mosaic landscape. That's always been in her apartment and I just love it so much, so I thought even though [Lionsgate is] charging me, it's worth it." Other cast members have their own beloved tchotchkes. "Some people really liked a lamp in their office, some people really liked »
- Jenna Marotta
Many romantic comedies make love out to be some sort of beautiful, universal mystery. The One I Love turns it into a literal mystery—or something. Frankly, it’s really hard to tell from the trailer.
Starring Elisabeth Moss (Mad Men) and Mark Duplass (Safety Not Guaranteed) as a couple that journeys to a secluded romantic retreat, The One I Love promises a shocking twist in the midst of their fairly ordinary relationship. Again, that’s what the trailer implies—first-time feature director Charlie McDowell’s not really giving much away.
- Jackson McHenry
To mark the release of Community: The Complete Fifth Season on 21st July, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on DVD.
The fifth season of “Community” finds Jeff (McHale) teaching at Greendale one year after graduation. Meanwhile, the death of Pierce (Chase) leads to shocking discoveries among the group. Troy (Glover) leaves Greendale in search of new adventures; Annie (Brie) and Abed (Pudi) search for a new roommate; Professor Hickey (Banks) shows Jeff the ropes; and the school board makes a shocking decision that affects the whole group. An animated episode is featured.
The fifth season reunites popular creator Dan Harmon with his funny and quick-witted ensemble cast. Led by Joel McHale (TV’s “The Soup”), Community also stars Gillian Jacobs (TV’s “The Good Wife”), Danny Pudi (TV’s “Greek”), Yvette Nicole Brown (TV’s “Rules of Engagement”), Alison Brie (TV’s “Mad Men”), Donald Glover »
The One I Love has released its first trailer.
Moss and Duplass play a struggling couple who seek the advice of a relationship counsellor (Danson).
They are sent to a beautiful vacation house to work through their problems, but quickly discover that the house conceals some remarkable secrets.
The One I Love will be released on VOD on August 1 and opens in Us cinemas on August 22. A UK release date is yet to be announced. »
Charlie McDowell's directorial debut, The One I Love, stars Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass as a couple who visit a remote couples' counseling retreat and discover something ... unexpected. Peppered with quotes like "an intriguing premise we can't really discuss here" (from IndieWire) and "a bump into the realm of Charlie Kaufman and Spike Jonze" (The Hollywood Reporter), the trailer will certainly make you curious to see what sort of surreal twist McDowell has in store, although Moss and Duplass — plus Ted Danson as their therapist — just doing their thing should be reason enough to check it out. »
- Anna Silman
Novelist Tom Dolby's debut as a writer/director hits theaters at the end of August, and he isn't waiting around to delve deeper into the film business. Dolby, whose Patricia Clarkson-starring film “Last Weekend” is being released by Sundance Selects, has formed Water's End Productions and optioned several scripts and stories already, he told TheWrap on Thursday. Those projects include an adaptation of the famed John Cheever short story, “Goodbye, My Brother,” which will be scripted by “Mad Men” and “Hannibal” writer Jason Grote. Also read: Patricia Clarkson Heads ‘Last Weekend’ Cast Water's End has also commissioned screenwriter »
- Jordan Zakarin
Right now audiences can see Mark Duplass acting awkwardly beside Melissa McCarthy in the thoroughly disappointing comedy Tammy. But later this summer, a much better display of the actor's talent alongside "Mad Men" star Elisabeth Moss will hit theaters in The One I Love. The indie debuted at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, telling the story of of a marriage on the verge of breaking down. In one last effort, Ethan (Duplass) and Sophie (Moss) take a weekend vacation for one last shot at saving their marriage. Both Moss and Duplass have been said to turn in spectacular performances, and the trailer certainly shows that, along with a style like Sofia Coppola meets Wes Anderson with a sense of ominous oddity. Watch it now! Here's the first trailer for Charlie McDowell's The One I Love, originally from Apple: The One I Love is directed by author Charlie McDowell, making his feature directorial debut, »
- Ethan Anderton
While the going-away-for-the-weekend-to-save-the-relationship trope is a well worn one, it's taken to new places in "The One I Love." And outside of that, with both "Mad Men" star Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass in the lead roles, we'd probably watch this no matter what. Directed by Charlie McDowell (trivia: he's son of Malcolm McDowell and Mary Steenburgen), the movie follows a couple who head to a beautiful vacation house to work things out, with the guidance of their therapist (played by Ted Danson, a third reason to watch this). But things quickly take a turn for the surreal. It's a small scale film—it's mostly in a single location, with the three actors—but we dug it when we saw it at Sundance, saying it "may seem modest, its execution is really remarkable." "The One I Love" goes VOD in August 1st an opens in limited release on August 22nd. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Tom Ellis (the UK’s Miranda) headlines the series as Dr. William Rush, a renegade physician who only treats the wealthy and elite, and only for (lots of) cold, hard cash. But make no mistake, this is no sun-baked Royal Pains redux; Rush the show, the man, has a gritty edge — a quality that pulled Ellis right in, for his first Stateside starring role.
Tvline | What was your first reaction upon reading this script? Because this guy is dark.
Over the last few years, »
Veteran actor Robert Morse has earned his fifth Drama Guest Actor nomination for playing Bertram Cooper, founding partner of Sterling Cooper, on "Mad Men." Prior to that, he won an Emmy for Movie/Mini Actor as Truman Capote in the one-man show "Tru." -Break- Exclusive: AMC's Emmy episode submissions for 'Breaking Bad' & 'Mad Men' Synopsis: In Morse's submitted episode, "Waterloo," Jim Cutler (Harry Hamlin) attempts to force Don (Jon Hamm) out of the company. This irritates Bertram and leads to a board vote that fails to oust Don. Roger Sterling (John Slattery) asks Bertram privately what they are going to do about Jim's attempted coup. In response, Bertram tells Roger about the leadership abilities that both Don and Roger lack, even though they bring other important qualities to the table. Later, Bertram watches the moon-landing and says "Bravo" to Neil Armstrong's his »
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