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Two New Images From Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise Appear Online

13 hours ago | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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Kill List director Ben Wheatley’s next film might just be his most exciting yet, as he teams up with Tom Hiddleston for a big screen adaptation of the J.G. Ballard novel High-Rise.

Set in 1975, the movie documents the shocking breakdown of class and social structures within a brand-new high-tech London apartment building as its residents, including Laing (Hiddleston), slowly give in to their more animalistic impulses, turning the building into a bacchanalian den of iniquity.

The impressive cast also includes names like Luke Evans (The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies), Jeremy Irons (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), Elisabeth Moss, (Mad Men), and Sienna Miller (American Sniper), and it’s set to premiere at Fantastic Fest later this month.

Today, two new images have been released, and they’re both rather ominous and intriguing. With no firm UK or Us release date currently set though, »

- Josh Wilding

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Giveaway: Win a 'Good Kill' Blu-ray and Signed Poster

15 hours ago | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Ethan Hawke takes us inside the daily life of a drone pilot in Good Kill, which was released on Digital HD last month and arrives on Blu-ray and DVD today, September 1, from Paramount Home Media Distribution. If you didn't get a chance to see this thriller in theaters, then we have you covered. We have a contest lined up, with one grand prize winner taking home a signed poster and a copy of the Blu-ray.

Hailed as "exhilaratingly of the moment" (Guy Lodge, Variety), the compelling thriller Good Kill comes from the producers of The Hurt Locker and writer/director Andrew Niccol (Gattaca, Lord of War). Good Kill features Ethan Hawke's "best screen role in years" (David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter) as a drone operator in 21st century warfare, where combat unfolds like a video game, but with real lives at stake. Veteran Air Force pilot Tom Egan (Hawke »

- MovieWeb

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Yes I can hear you, Don Draper: Jon Hamm is guest starring in Matt Berry's Toast of London

1 September 2015 12:44 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Move aside Clem Fandango... Jon Hamm is to guest star in Toast of London.

The Mad Men actor will play himself on Matt Berry's brilliantly eccentric sitcom, Radio Times reports.

Hamm On Toast pic.twitter.com/9cvrdAqvGX

Matt Berry (@porksmith) September 1, 2015

Matt Berry reveals details of Toast of London series three

Matt Berry on Toast of London ratings: "Hardly anyone watches on the night"

Hamm will appear in one episode of the forthcoming third series, coming to Channel 4 this autumn.

The actor is shown up by Berry's Steven Toast in the episode, after London's worst thespian refuses to acknowledge the Hollywood star out of arrogance.

Hamm has appeared in British TV before, having guest starred in Charlie Brooker's Black Mirror last year and Sky Arts' A Young Doctor's Notebook.

Berry previously revealed that Jurassic Park actor Sam Neill will also appear in Toast of London series three. »

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Lynn Shelton and Megan Griffiths Producing Family Drama for HBO

31 August 2015 9:01 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Lynn Shelton is joining her former mumblecore collaborators, the Duplass brothers, at HBO.  The premium cable network has put into development "Family Drama," an anthology series to be executive produced by Shelton, Megan Griffiths and former "True Blood" Ep Gregg Fienberg. The Seattle-set show will follow a new family every season "as an explosive event or revelation rips open and exposes the family’s driving emotional flaw, forcing its members to finally confront and deal with each other," according to TheWrap. Shelton, whose TV directing credits include "New Girl," "The Mindy Project" and "Mad Men," would direct the pilot. The trio would also pen the series.   The filmmaker behind "Laggies," "Your Sister's Sister" and "Humpday" is also attached to helm the HBO miniseries "Madame X," a period drama about a controversial midwife to be played by Anna...

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- Inkoo Kang

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Terminator Genisys crosses $400 million worldwide

30 August 2015 1:49 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It may have stumbled at the North American box office with just $89.5 million, but Paramount Pictures and Skydance Productions’ Terminator Genisys has pushed its worldwide gross to $409.5 million, topping the international box office for the second weekend in a row thanks to its continued strong performance in China.

This weekend saw Genisys adding a further $23.6 million from 25 markets, with $23.4 million of that coming from China, where it has so far earned $82.8 million since it debuted last Sunday and scored the fourth-biggest ever opening day for a Hollywood movie.

Before its opening in China, Genisys had been perceived as a box office flop, but is now closing in on Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines’ $433.4 million gross, which would place it second behind Terminator 2: Judgment Day ($519.8 million) in terms of the franchise’s biggest earners.

Oh, and it’s also the tenth-biggest movie of 2015. So, how long until we get confirmation on a sequel? »

- Gary Collinson

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Jon Hamm Considers Looking To The Future With Marjorie Prime

28 August 2015 10:13 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

With Mad Men having drawn to a close, all eyes are inevitably on its star, Jon Hamm, to see where his interests will take him next. His choices have always been both surprising and rewarding, with forays into comedy (Bridesmaids, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp) proving as successful as his dramatic projects (The Town, Black Mirror, Million Dollar Arm). His next choice may well be a combination of the two genres, with a little science fiction mixed in, as it seems the actor is currently in talks to star in the upcoming film, Marjorie Prime.

The movie will be an adaptation of the 2014 play of the same name, which was written by Orange Is The New Black writer, Jordan Harrison. It was a finalist for the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, and its adaptation is set to be written and directed by Michael Almereyda (Cymbeline »

- Sarah Myles

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Elisabeth Moss on Cracking Up, Sexism and the Peggy Strut

28 August 2015 7:35 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

It’s been a little over three months since America watched Peggy Olson strut sassily down McCann Erickson's hallway, an unlit cigarette hanging from her lips and a painting of a sexually adventurous octopus tucked under her arm. But while we've all spent our summer replaying that singularly Gif-able scene and mourning the loss of Mad Men, Elisabeth Moss has already moved on: Since wrapping the hit AMC series, she's played the titular role in The Heidi Chronicles on Broadway, and has lined up no fewer than seven movies, including »

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Hamm Up For Sci-Fi Tale "Marjorie Prime"

28 August 2015 3:41 AM, PDT | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

"Mad Men" star Jon Hamm is in talks to co-star in the science fiction dramedy "Marjorie Prime" based on Jordan Harrison's novel which was a 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist.

The story follows an elderly, arthritic former violinist staring headlong into the decline of old age as her memories begin to fail. She engages a service that provides holographic recreations of deceased loved ones as their survivors would like them remembered.

Hamm is circling the role of Walter, an imperfect copy of her deceased husband as he looked in his 30s and 40s with whom she spends time.

Michael Almereyda ("Experimenter") wrote and will direct the adaptation which begins shooting in October.

Source: Deadline »

- Garth Franklin

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Twin Peaks, Ep. 2.22, “Beyond Life And Death”: How’s Annie? How’s Annie? How’s Annie?

27 August 2015 8:45 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Twin Peaks, Season 2, Episode 22, “Beyond Life And Death”

Written by Mark Frost & Harley Peyton & Robert Engels

Directed by David Lynch

Aired June 10th, 1991 on ABC

“Wow, Bob, wow. Fire, walk with me.” – The Man From Another Place

Les: And so, we’ve come to the end of our look back at Twin Peaks. After two seasons and 30 episodes of cherry pie and damn good coffee, dancing dwarves and one-armed men, Invitation To Love and One-Eyed Jack’s, Ghostwood Estates and Black Lodge, cross-dressing David Duchovny and near-deaf David Lynch, Twin Peaks was canceled in the summer of 1991. Going from its position as a genuine hit—with a premiere watched by over 34 million people—the life of Twin Peaks ended not with a bang but a whimper. The show lost its focus as Lynch and Mark Frost stepped back, and audiences stepped back along with it, the show shedding viewers every »

- Les Chappell

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Twin Peaks, Ep. 2.22, “Beyond Life And Death”: How’s Annie? How’s Annie? How’s Annie?

27 August 2015 8:45 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Twin Peaks, Season 2, Episode 22, “Beyond Life And Death”

Written by Mark Frost & Harley Peyton & Robert Engels

Directed by David Lynch

Aired June 10, 1991 on ABC

“Wow, Bob, wow. Fire, walk with me.” – The Man From Another Place

Les: And so, we’ve come to the end of our look back at Twin Peaks. After two seasons and 30 episodes of cherry pie and damn good coffee, dancing dwarves and one-armed men, Invitation To Love and One-Eyed Jack’s, Ghostwood Estates and Black Lodge, cross-dressing David Duchovny and near-deaf David Lynch, Twin Peaks was canceled in the summer of 1991. Going from its position as a genuine hit—with a premiere watched by over 34 million people—the life of Twin Peaks ended not with a bang but a whimper. The show lost its focus as Lynch and Mark Frost stepped back, and audiences stepped back along with it, the show shedding viewers every week »

- Les Chappell

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Jon Hamm in Talks For ‘Marjorie Prime’, Sci-Fi Drama Based On Pulitzer-Winning Play

27 August 2015 6:16 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

Exclusive: Mad Men star Jon Hamm is in talks to costar in science fiction dramedy Marjorie Prime, an adaptation of the 2015 pulitzer prize finalist for drama by Jordan Harrison. The story delves into themes of accepting loss and growing older, following an elderly, arthritic former violinist named Marjorie, staring headlong into the decline of old age as her memories begin to fail her. Availing herself of a service that provides holographic recreations of deceased loved… »

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7 Most Intense Nervous Breakdowns in Movies

27 August 2015 2:05 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: How the End of 'Mad Men' Liberated Elisabeth Moss Sometimes a breakdown is not just a breakdown. Sometimes, a breakdown is a symptom of something much bigger — and more nefarious — than a psychological collapse. A breakdown is often a breaking point, signaling the deep-rooted problems that underlie a troubled system. In cinema, terrain of metaphors, breakdowns are great vehicles for exposing systematic problems in a multi-faceted, humanistic way. Through the eyes of insanity, movies about breakdowns shed light on our darkest problems. Here are seven films featuring riveting mental breakdowns that caused us to look in the mirror a bit harder.  1. A Woman Under the Influence (1975)Gena Rowlands delivers the paragon of mental breakdown performances in John Cassavetes' masterpiece "A Woman Under the Influence." Rowlands plays Mabel, a tortured housewife whose sanity dissolves into domestic terror that her husband (Peter Falk) is powerless to assuage. »

- Emily Buder

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‘Mad Men’s’ Christina Hendricks on Tearful Finale, Typecasting Fears and 9 Other Emmy Nominee Questions

27 August 2015 12:56 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

A version of this story first appeared in the “Down to the Wire” issue of TheWrap’s Emmy magazine. Christina Hendricks was “Mad Men’s” most improbable breakout star. She failed the audition to play Don’s junkie artist lover, Midge — Rosemarie DeWitt got that plum role instead — but landed another small role as Joan Holloway, head secretary at the Sterling Cooper ad agency. But the brainy bombshell part got bigger and bigger, and Hendricks, 30, has earned six Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, plus two Critics’ Choice Television Awards. In the pilot, Joan was supposed to be. »

- Tim Appelo

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Joshua Reviews Alex Ross Perry’s Queen Of Earth [Theatrical Review]

27 August 2015 6:00 AM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

It’s something to be the star of one of the most beloved TV shows of any given length of time. It’s an entirely different proposition to be a star of one of TV’s greatest series during arguably its highest peak. That’s the case for former Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss. Arguably the heart and soul of what has become one of the golden properties of TV’s “Golden Age.” However, it’s been a different story when it comes to cinematic work, for Moss. Despite garnering great notices in a film like The One I Love, her career has been filled primarily with bit parts and character performances that instead of leading a picture, make use of her abilities to sink into smaller roles.

Hopefully that all changes after her second film with director Alex Ross Perry, Queen Of Earth.

Taking the lead role, Moss stars here as Catherine, »

- Joshua Brunsting

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Emmys: Do Multiple Nominees for the Same Show Help or Hurt?

26 August 2015 10:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

As the casts of TV series grow into ever larger ensembles, it was perhaps inevitable that actors from the same series would increasingly find themselves competing against each other in Emmy races.

This year, “American Horror Story: Freak Show” features three supporting actresses — Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Angela Bassett — for limited series and two supporting actors — Denis O’Hare and Finn Wittrock. On “Game of Thrones,” Lena Headey and Emilia Clarke are both vying in the supporting-actress drama series race.

While conventional wisdom says they will cancel each other out, as far as Emmy history is concerned, the jury’s still out on whether multiple contenders help or hurt.

The 1977 miniseries “Roots” saw Louis Gossett Jr. winning over three co-stars as lead actor, while supporting thesps Ed Asner and Olivia Cole defeated three and two colleagues, respectively.

It’s become something of a sign of solidarity when actors are submitted in the same category, »

- Tim Gray

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Why Mr. Robot is the summer’s most (and least) original new series

26 August 2015 9:16 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

In the opening minutes of the pilot for USA’s Mr. Robot, superhacker Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) meets with the shifty proprietor of a chain of coffeeshops. Over the course of their conversation, Elliot reveals the flaws in his cybersecurity—flaws that enabled Elliot to uncover this fellow’s immense cache of child pornography. The topic shifts: Who is Elliot? What does he want? Money? Before long, though, Elliot heads out and the cops storm in to mete out justice. That, it would seem, will be the blueprint for Mr. Robot: the story of yet another maladjusted genius with One Weird Trick for solving crimes while disregarding the rules, man. He’ll track down hidden bad guys, overcoming his obvious social awkwardness and seemingly timid nature, and expose them to the world with the help of cutting-edge, buzzword-heavy technological innovation. After all, this is USA, the home of Burn Notice, »

- Simon Howell

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Elisabeth Moss on Her Crazy New Movie and What She Misses Most From Mad Men

25 August 2015 11:50 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Elisabeth Moss ran the emotional gamut as Peggy over seven stellar seasons of Mad Men, but from the very first frame of Alex Ross Perry's Queen of Earth, you'll get to see the actress as you've never seen her before. We meet Moss's character, Catherine, at what seems to be her lowest point — her boyfriend is breaking up with her, and her father recently died — and in claustrophobic close-up, Moss cries, pleads, and lashes out as mascara-stained tears run down her face. Embittered by the the breakup, Catherine takes a recuperative week off at her best frenemy Virginia's (Katherine Waterston) lake house, but she comes to this seemingly idyllic vacation packed with put-downs, determined to make everyone else's lives as fraught as her own. This week, Moss called up Vulture to talk about playing Catherine at her most unhinged, and reminisced about the thing she never expected to »

- Kyle Buchanan

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Elisabeth Moss Talks ‘Queen Of Earth,’ ‘Mad Men’ & A Possible Second Season Of ‘Top Of The Lake’

25 August 2015 11:05 AM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Elisabeth Moss has been working as an actor since she was a child. At the age of 9, she had a tiny role in 1991’s “Suburban Commando,” and she had a recurring role on CBS’ “Picket Fences” at 10, but it wasn’t until the advent of “Mad Men,” with her indomitable turn as Peggy Olson and several deserved Emmy nominations, that Moss started to crystallize in the cultural consciousness as a riveting, must-watch actress. She further dazzled in Jane Campion’s critically acclaimed mini-series “Top Of The Lake” which earned her a further Emmy nod, a SAG nomination and a Golden Globe win. But “Mad Men” duties mostly precluded her from lead roles in movies. That should change now that the AMC drama is finished, and one director who is taking full advantage as such is indie filmmaker Alex Ross Perry. Perry’s found a darker, even more unvarnished aspect to Moss, »

- Rodrigo Perez

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Could Bob Odenkirk ('Better Call Saul') pull off Emmy upset over Jon Hamm ('Mad Men')?

25 August 2015 8:35 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

While 12 of our 13 Emmy Experts think Best Drama Actor is a slam dunk for Jon Hamm ("Mad Men"), Entertainment Weekly's Lynette Rice is convinced that the trophy will instead go to Bob Odenkirk ("Better Call Saul"). Hmm, could Rice be onto something here? (See her complete Emmy predictions.) After all, no "Mad Men" actor has ever won an Emmy despite 34 previous nominations. Could that be the nail in the coffin for frontrunner Hamm? -Break- Click here to see updated list of all 2015 Emmy episode submissions In addition to Rice, Odenkirk also has the support of five of our Top 24 Users -- those who did the best at predicting last year's Emmy Awards out of thousands of readers. They are: Chris Tsang (who was in fifth place last year), Lance Austria (14th place), Charles Bright (15th place), Surpriselover (17th place) and Rodman (33rd place). See current odds and rankings from our Top 24 Users. »

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Toronto Gets Julianne Moore, Matthew Weiner, Sarah Silverman, 30 Discoveries

25 August 2015 8:22 AM, PDT | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The Toronto International Film Festival (September 10-20) continues to expands its 2015 lineup, adding filmmaker and talent Q&As, international films by new auteurs and festival favorites from first-time directors. Toronto's In Conversation With... series, offering a platform as we head into awards season, will include conversations with Julianne Moore (who will be at the fest with lesbian civil rights drama "Freeheld"), "Mad Men" series creator Matthew Weiner (who will present season one finale "The Wheel"), Salma Hayek (festival selection "Septembers of Shiraz") and Sarah Silverman (starring in "I Smile Back"). Tiff also announced its Discovery program today, with 30 films from new filmmakers including 16 world premieres, from the debut film by German actor Sebastian Ko to Josh Mond's gut-wrenching Sundance winner "James White" and Thomas Bidegain's drama of blood ties "Les Cowboys" and more. (Full program »

- Ryan Lattanzio

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