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Shakespeare, Poe, Brontë and Shelley. Parlaying their television success for feature film opportunities, helmer Coky Giedroyc (AMC’s “The Killing” and Showtime’s “Penny Dreadful”) will make her sophomore feature film (almost a decade and a half since here debut) and is being joined by Sophie Turner (“Game of Thrones” fame), Taissa Farmiga (“American Horror Story” fame) and Jeremy Irvine (The Railway Man) on Mary Shelley’s Monster. Deadline reports that Rose Ganguzza (Kill Your Darlings), Branded Pictures Ent.’ J Todd Harris (The Family Tree) & Marc Marcum and relatively new Damon Lane are producing with filming to begin later this year in the UK and Malta.
Gist: Scripted by Deborah Baxtrom, this tracks the young writer as she writes her seminal novel and is drawn into a Faustian bargain with her own “monster” of an alter ego, who offers literary fame at a desperate personal cost. Turner is cast as Shelley, »
- Eric Lavallee
FilmOn now has “The Beverly Hillbillies” available for free viewing in their new channel, FilmOn Binge: “The Beverly Hillbillies.” The show was a huge hit through the ’60s and ’70s, and focuses on a country family that comes into money. Here’s more about “The Beverly Hillbillies”: “‘The Beverly Hillbillies’ is an American sitcom originally broadcast from 1962 to 1971, about a poor backwoods family transplanted to Beverly Hills, California after striking oil on their land, starring Buddy Ebsem Irene Ryan, Donna Douglas and Max Baer, Jr.” One of the episodes you can watch during the binge is “Jed Cuts The Family Tree.” Here’s what the episode is about. “Mrs. Drysdale [ Read More ]
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2 items from 2014
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