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‘In The Cloud’: Crackle Sets Cast As Production Begins

20 September 2017 10:20 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Nora Arnezeder (Safe House), Gabriel Byrne (In Treatment), Justin Chatwin (Shameless), Tomiwa Edun (The Hour) and Laura Fraser (Breaking Bad) have been cast in Crackle's upcoming sci-thriller In the Cloud., from Imperative Entertainment and Automatik. Production is underway in London and Manchester, England, on the 90-minute feature expected to release in December on the streaming network. In the Cloud takes place in the near future after dozens of people are killed in… »

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'Get Shorty': How Elmore Leonard's Showbiz Satire Became a Small-Screen Gem

31 August 2017 1:22 PM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

When the legendary screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz got to Hollywood, he sent a telegram to his friend Ben Hecht back home in New York: "Millions are to be grabbed out here and your only competition is idiots." That's been a fantasy for hustlers ever since – the idea of Hollywood as a motherlode of suckers waiting to be fleeced by the right guy with the right scheme. 

On Get Shorty, Miles Daly wants to be that right guy – a Nevada gangster with an Irish accent, bluffing his way into the movie business. »

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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Dane DeHaan

19 July 2017 12:00 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

Dane DeHaan is an American actor who is best-known for his roles in movies. However, he has shown up in TV shows on more than one occasion, as shown by people who might recognize him as Jesse on Season 3 of HBO’s In Treatment.  Recently DeHaan played the lead role in the movie Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets that is scheduled to come out on July 21 in the United States but July 26 in France, which is the country where its source material comes from. Here are five things that you may or may not have

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- Nat Berman

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From Gypsy to The Sopranos, what do real psychotherapists think of TV shrinks?

18 July 2017 11:16 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The Sopranos put a mobster through analysis. Now Gypsy is making a psychotherapist the star of the show. Does TV get it right – or is gross malpractice just dramatically inevitable?

This is the age of the fictional psych, instantly canonised in the person of Tony Soprano’s analyst, Jennifer Melfi, beautifully developed by Gabriel Byrne with In Treatment, and given a shonky Netflix-over by Naomi Watts in Gypsy.

When The Sopranos came out, the richness of the territory was astonishing; I sometimes wondered not why it hadn’t much been done before, but why all TV series didn’t do it, why President Josiah Bartlet wasn’t also in therapy, and The Wire’s Stringer Bell, and Breaking Bad’s Walter White. It was such a stunningly obvious way to zoom in and out of character, develop metaphor – it was as if someone had invented a new kind of camera. »

- Zoe Williams

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Gael Garcia Bernal, Rosa Salazar Join Maggie Gyllenhaal’s ‘Kindergarten Teacher’ (Exclusive)

10 July 2017 7:39 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Gael Garcia Bernal, Rosa Salazar, Michael Chernus, Anna Baryshnikov, Daisy Tahan, Samrat Chakrabarti and Ajay Naidu have joined the cast of Maggie Gyllenhaal’s drama “The Kindergarten Teacher,” Variety has learned exclusively.

Filming is starting on July 12 in New York. Maven Pictures is producing the film, based on Nadav Lapid’s Israeli film of the same name. Gyllenhaal is also producing along with Maven Pictures co-founders Trudie Styler, Celine Rattray, and Talia Kleinhendler.

Sara Colangelo is directing from her own adapted screenplay in which a kindergarten teacher who grows more and more numb each day she remains stuck in her mundane Staten Island life. When she discovers what may be a prodigious five-year old poet in her class, she becomes obsessed with the child and his talent– risking her career, family, and freedom.

Gyllenhaal came on board the project in late May. She received an Academy Award nomination for “Crazy Heart” and won a Golden Globe for »

- Dave McNary

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TV Review: Naomi Watts in ‘Gypsy’ on Netflix

22 June 2017 9:13 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

“Gypsy’s” press materials describe it as a “psychological thriller,” a term that connotes an urgency and focus the drama notably lacks.

The rise of Hulu, Netflix and Amazon has helped spread the belief — which, to be fair, can also be found in certain realms of cable TV — that episodic running times and the structural integrity of individual installments don’t matter all that much. Streaming drift continues to be a problem with no signs of abating: While there are many fantastic gems on the TV scene, there is also a lot of tedious, undisciplined filler.

At least “Gypsy” can »

- Maureen Ryan

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Exclusive: “This Is Us” Star Milana Vayntrub Shares Her Refugee Story in “Lives of Women”

22 June 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | Women and Hollywood | See recent Women and Hollywood news »

“Lives of Women”

“I think that my refugee experience was very different than a lot of people coming to this country now,” says Milana Vayntrub in an episode of Indigenous Media’s new digital portrait series “Lives of Women.” Best known as Sloane Sandburg on NBC megahit “This Is Us,” the actress was born in the Soviet Union. Her family moved to the U.S. when she was just three years old.

“We had a lot of help when we got to America,” Vayntrub explains. She and her family received assistance with health care and education programs.

“There are moments in your life where you realize you could do nothing, but if you do, you’ll probably regret it forever,” she observes, seemingly referring to the current administration’s hostile attitude — and policies — toward refugees, and her refusal to stand by silently.

Vayntrub’s other credits include “Silicon Valley,” “Love,” and “Other Space.”

Watch the episode to hear Vayntrub open up about her childhood experience as a refugee. She also explains how following her “karmic duty” led her to pay back an organization that helped her family.

Created by Rodrigo Garcia (“Albert Nobbs,” “In Treatment”), “Lives of Women” feature 60-second episodes of women telling personal and revealing stories. “I was interested in doing something where we’re not looking at extreme lives or lives that are outrageous but lives that everyone can connect to,” Garcia has said. You can check out more episodes on the project’s YouTube page.

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Exclusive: “This Is Us” Star Milana Vayntrub Shares Her Refugee Story in “Lives of Women” was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »

- Laura Berger

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Yle Drama, Chile’s Parox Develop Political Thriller ‘Invisible Heroes’ (Exclusive)

19 June 2017 10:35 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Yle Drama, the production arm of Finnish pubcaster Yle, is teaming with Santiago de Chile’s Parox to develop TV series “Invisible Heroes,” a political drama-thriller set during Chile’s 1973 military coup.

Designed as a six-hour mini-series, “Invisible Heroes” is scheduled to roll June-September 2018, spoken in Finnish, Spanish and English and shot on locations in Chile and Helsinki.

Co-written by playwrights Tarja Kylma and Manuela Infante Guell, the real-facts-inspired drama follows Tapani Brotherus, a rookie Finnish diplomat that hides political refugees in his residence when General Augusto Pinochet’s tanks appear in the streets of Santiago.

Tapani works in secret, not only from the Chilean military junta, but also from the media and the Finnish government, which proclaims a neutral and passive political position. While Tapani risks his career and his family’s safety by hiding refugees at home, the Finnish press accuses him of doing nothing.

“Invisible Heroes” is one of the ten international TV drama »

- Emiliano De Pablos

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Film Review: ‘En el Séptimo Día’

18 June 2017 4:02 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Fernando Cardona, the star of Jim McKay’s supremely confident and captivating independent feature “En el Séptimo Día” (“On the Seventh Day”), has the most hypnotic face I’ve seen on an actor in months. Cardona is handsome — bedroom eyes, chiseled smile — and in the movie his stoically sexy features are set off by a rather extreme fade haircut: shaved all the way up on the sides, but longish and combed on top, like an oil-slicked Mohawk.

In another context, you could see him as a real player, but Cardona’s José, an undocumented Mexican immigrant who works as a delivery guy in Brooklyn, doesn’t speak much English, and the image he presents is quiet, passive, and cautiously controlled. One false move could destroy everything he’s worked for. Cardona uses that stillness to express unspoken currents of fear, hope, and desire; he comes off like a boy in »

- Owen Gleiberman

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Exclusive: Michael Weatherly chats about his new show Bull, working with Steven Spielberg & what to expect from season 2

15 June 2017 2:34 PM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Scott Davis

There are many shows in the Us that enjoyed success as part of the 2016/17 slate but none have been as big a hit as Bull, the new show from CBS that was ranked as the highest-rated new show across the pond and has already been greenlit for a second season, due for later this year. We sat down with star Michael Weatherly to chat about the show and working with some amazing creative talents – including one very famous storyteller…

“We could have been cancelled!” says Weatherly, “CBS has a really great track record of knowing how to put things in front of an audience and one they will enjoy but by the same token there were a lot of shows last year that didn’t survive.”

The show is based on the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw (aka Dr. Phil) who used his skills to help »

- Scott Davis

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Peter Farrelly on Learning to Love TV, Plus His Big Move Into Feature Drama — With Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen

12 June 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

There’s something about Peter Farrelly. The filmmaker, mostly known for feature comedies, is trying out a few new things this year.

Those shifts including separate moves into both television – where Farrelly and his brother Bob have rarely played – and dramatic film. At At&T’s Audience Network, Farrelly is behind the upcoming comedy “Loudermilk,” starring Ron Livingston as a cranky recovering alcoholic.

But Farrelly’s move into TV doesn’t mean he’s turning his back on the big screen. “I’m actually doing a film in the fall with Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali,” Farrelly told an audience at the Atx Television Festival, where “Loudermilk” was screening. “Green Book,” with Oscar winner Ali and Mortensen  in the lead roles, is currently being prepped.

“It’s based on a thing that used to be called the ‘Negro Motorist’s Green Book,’ published from 1936 to 1966,” he said. “It was a »

- Michael Schneider

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Peter Farrelly on Learning to Love TV, Plus His Big Move Into Feature Drama — With Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen

12 June 2017 8:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

There’s something about Peter Farrelly. The filmmaker, mostly known for feature comedies, is trying out a few new things this year.

Those shifts including separate moves into both television – where Farrelly and his brother Bob have rarely played – and dramatic film. At At&T’s Audience Network, Farrelly is behind the upcoming comedy “Loudermilk,” starring Ron Livingston as a cranky recovering alcoholic.

But Farrelly’s move into TV doesn’t mean he’s turning his back on the big screen. “I’m actually doing a film in the fall with Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali,” Farrelly told an audience at the Atx Television Festival, where “Loudermilk” was screening. “Green Book,” with Oscar winner Ali and Mortensen  in the lead roles, is currently being prepped.

“It’s based on a thing that used to be called the ‘Negro Motorist’s Green Book,’ published from 1936 to 1966,” he said. “It was a »

- Michael Schneider

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HBO Alum Michael Ellenberg Teams With Bron Studios to Launch Media Res Banner (Exclusive)

8 June 2017 2:11 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Former HBO executive Michael Ellenberg has teamed with Bron Studios to launch a TV and film production company dubbed Media Res.

Media Res aims to develop and finance its own projects, taking advantage of the strong demand in the U.S. and in overseas markets for high-end TV series.

The first property in the works is a limited series adaptation of the five-hour 1973 Ingmar Bergman film “Scenes From a Marriage.” Hagai Levi, creator of “In Treatment” and co-creator of “The Affair,” and playwright Amy Herzog are collaborating on the scripts, with Levi also planning to serve as showrunner and director. Lars Blomgren of Sweden’s Filmlance International, and Daniel Bergman, son of the late filmmaker, are also exec producers.

Bron Studios is a Vancouver-based production and financing entity that helped shepherd such recent pics as “The Birth of a Nation,” “Fences,” the upcoming Charlize Theron starrer “Tully” and the Sundance darling “Beatriz at Dinner.” The »

- Cynthia Littleton

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HBO Alum Michael Ellenberg Teams With Bron Studios to Launch Media Res Banner (Exclusive)

8 June 2017 2:11 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Former HBO executive Michael Ellenberg has teamed with Bron Studios to launch a TV and film production company dubbed Media Res.

Media Res aims to develop and finance its own projects, taking advantage of the strong demand in the U.S. and in overseas markets for high-end TV series.

The first property in the works is a limited series adaptation of the five-hour 1973 Ingmar Bergman film “Scenes From a Marriage.” Hagai Levi, creator of “In Treatment” and co-creator of “The Affair,” and playwright Amy Herzog are collaborating on the scripts, with Levi also planning to serve as showrunner and director. Lars Blomgren of Sweden’s Filmlance International, and Daniel Bergman, son of the late filmmaker, are also exec producers.

Bron Studios is a Vancouver-based production and financing entity that helped shepherd such recent pics as “The Birth of a Nation,” “Fences,” the upcoming Charlize Theron starrer “Tully” and the Sundance darling “Beatriz at Dinner. »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Israeli TV Makes Huge Inroads Stateside

8 June 2017 10:15 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

In 2008, “In Treatment,” a heady half-hour drama about a psychotherapist and his patients, landed on American TV screens, adapted for HBO from the original Israeli format “BeTipul.” It was created by Hagai Levi, who would later go on to co-create “The Affair.” Since then, Israel has exploded as one of the hottest markets for small-screen entertainment, with a rash of hit Israeli series — “Hatufim,” now “Homeland,” is the most famous example — immigrating Stateside to the tune of commercial success and a bounty of critical kudos.

Israel, a country oft solely recognized as a political powder keg rife with cultural and religious strife, has now firmly positioned itself as a TV content breeding ground — from silly game shows to subversive comedies — with massive global reach. Upcoming adaptations that will soon set sail for America include “Emmis,” adapted from “Shtisel,” an Israeli drama about an ultra-Orthodox brood in Jerusalem that was sold by Marta Kauffman’s Okay Goodnight! shingle »

- Malina Saval

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Summer TV Preview: 20 New and Returning Comedies Worth Watching

6 June 2017 8:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Television used to take a breather during the summer, letting audiences focus instead on intermittent relaxation, sun-drenched weekends, various fruit-based drinks and more life beyond the screen.

But there’s no such thing as summer vacation any more in TV land. Not only are plenty of spring series continuing into the summer (or even the fall, in the case of “Twin Peaks”), but the broadcast and cable networks, plus the streaming services, have a jam-packed lineup of new shows waiting in the wings.

In other words, put away your swimsuit. You won’t be needing it — there’s too much to watch. As part of IndieWire’s annual tradition to highlight the best of what television has to offer in the summer months, our team has lined up highlights of the best new and returning programs. Crank up the AC, pull down the blinds and dig in.

First up: A »

- Steve Greene, Liz Shannon Miller, Ben Travers, Michael Schneider and Hanh Nguyen

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Summer TV Preview: 20 New and Returning Comedies Worth Watching

6 June 2017 8:53 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Television used to take a breather during the summer, letting audiences focus instead on intermittent relaxation, sun-drenched weekends, various fruit-based drinks and more life beyond the screen.

But there’s no such thing as summer vacation any more in TV land. Not only are plenty of spring series continuing into the summer (or even the fall, in the case of “Twin Peaks”), but the broadcast and cable networks, plus the streaming services, have a jam-packed lineup of new shows waiting in the wings.

In other words, put away your swimsuit. You won’t be needing it — there’s too much to watch. As part of IndieWire’s annual tradition to highlight the best of what television has to offer in the summer months, our team has lined up highlights of the best new and returning programs. Crank up the AC, pull down the blinds and dig in.

First up: A »

- Steve Greene, Liz Shannon Miller, Ben Travers, Michael Schneider and Hanh Nguyen

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Crown Princess Victoria Opens Up About Her Past Eating Disorder: ‘I Went Through a Tough Time’

26 May 2017 10:30 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Crown Princess Victoria is opening up about her past.

Sweden’s heir apparent sat down for an interview featured in a new documentary about her life, produced ahead of her 40th birthday later this summer. In it, Victoria discussed her struggles with body image, and the eating disorder she battled as a teenager.

She said she faced the truth about her eating disorder for the first time in her later teenage years, just as she was due to attend Sweden’s Uppsala University.

“I went through a tough time,” she said in the documentary, which premiered this week on the »

- Caris Davis

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Made in NY Writers Room Program Unveils Fellows, Showrunner Mentors

25 May 2017 5:53 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The WGA East and several New York City agencies have set the inaugural group of fellows for its Made in NY Writers Room initiative designed to help open doors for aspiring writers from diverse backgrounds.

After the program was unveiled last fall, the guild and the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (Mome) and other agencies were flooded with nearly 500 script submissions. All of those submissions received feedback notes from the WGA East member. Another 170 received a second round of notes. A total of 30 finalists were selected, and the 12 fellows were chosen from that pool.

The fellows comprise 11 individuals and one writing team. They will earn a $15,000 stipend for taking part in the six-month fellowship that will include mentoring sessions, networking and professional development opportunities. The program is part of a broader push by Mome to create more talent-nurturing activities to capitalize in the spike in production in the state.

“They »

- Cynthia Littleton

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‘Get Shorty’ Trailer: First Look At Chris O’Dowd & Ray Romano Epix Starrer

25 May 2017 7:00 AM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Epix has released the first trailer for Get Shorty, its 10-episode original series starring Chris O’Dowd and Ray Romano, from MGM TV. The hourlong dark comedy is a reimagining of Elmore Leonard's 1990 bestselling thriller comedy novel previously adapted by MGM with Barry Sonnefeld's 1995 feature starring John Travolta, Danny DeVito, Gene Hackman and Rene Russo. Written by Davey Holmes (Shameless, In Treatment, Damages), Get Shorty follows Miles Daly (O'Dowd), a hitman… »

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