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TV News Roundup: ‘The Orville’ Becomes Fox’s Biggest Drama Debut in Two Years in Delayed Viewing
Andrew Niccol directed from his own script about a near-future world where there is no privacy, ignorance, or anonymity. Owen portrays a man who, while investigating a series of unsolved murders, finds a young woman (played by Seyfried) who has disappeared with no identity or history.
- Dave McNary
With Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck on board to direct, and Geneva Robertson-Dworet working on a new draft of the script, the crew for Captain Marvel continues to expand, with Marvel bringing on board Oscar-nominated production designer Andy Nicholson for Carol Danvers’ big screen debut.
Nicholson has previously worked with Marvel Studios on Captain America: The First Avenger, where he served as supervising art director, while his production design credits include The Host, Divergent, Assassin’s Creed and the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. He also received an Academy Award nomination for his work on Gravity, which should certainly put him in good stead for Carol’s cosmic adventure.
See Also: Skrull concept art from Captain Marvel
- Gary Collinson
“In the Fade”
Diane Kruger’s name is looking more and more likely to enter the awards conversation in the coming months. The “Inglourious Basterds” star took home the Best Actress award at Cannes this year for “In the Fade,” and now comes word that the drama has been acquired by Magnolia Pictures with an awards-qualifying run planned for this autumn. ScreenDaily reports that a theatrical release will follow in early 2018.
The timely, well-reviewed German film sees Kruger playing a woman seeking revenge after her husband and son are killed in a bomb attack carried out by Neo-Nazis.
“I was so moved by this movie — it’s a film about terrorism, but also a film about the people who have been left behind,” Kruger has said.
“In the Fade” marks the first time the German actress has acted in her first language. “Disorder,” “The Bridge,” and “The Host” are among Kruger’s previous credits. She’s spoken about the importance of opening up more opportunities for women and hiring more women directors “so that the younger generation can see that anything is possible.”
Diane Kruger-Starrer “In the Fade” Acquired by Magnolia was originally published in Women and Hollywood on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. »
- Laura Berger
Max Irons and Samantha Barks on ‘Bitter Harvest… by Uinterview Max Irons is a British actor known for his work in young-adult dramas such as The Host and The Riot Club. He has also done modeling work. This Max Irons bio will let the actor tell his story in his own words. Max Irons Age, Personal Life […]
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- Catherine Valdez
Last year, The Woman In Black, Harry Potter and Horns‘ Daniel Radcliffe was lost in between the trees with Paul Dano in Swiss Army Man. Now, he’s lost in the Jungle with Thomas Kretschmann (Avengers: Age of Ultron) and Alex Russell (Chronicle, The Host and Carrie). Directed by The Darkness, Wolf Creek, Rogue’s Greg McLean, who saw his The Belko Experiment in theaters this past weekend, the thriller is based on the […] »
- Brad Miska
“Unsolved” will chronicle the two major police investigations into the separate murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. The series is based on the experiences of former Lapd Detective Greg Kading, who led multiple law-enforcement task forces investigating the murders.
Duhamel will star as Detective Greg Kading. Best known for “Transformers,” Duhamel has been courting a few broadcast pilot offers this season. His other film credits include “Safe Haven” “You’re Not You” and “New Year’s Eve.” He also starred on the NBC crime drama “Las Vegas,” and recently recurred on Hulu’s “11.22.63.” He is repped by ICM Partners, John »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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