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The tension of the approaching election looms large in the minute-long spot, which features guns, a gospel choir, speeches, flashbulbs, a scrambling crowd, glimpses of new faces — such as Party of Five star Neve Campbell’s — and a faucet dripping blood (not necessarily in that order).
Press Play on the video to get you first real look at the upcoming season, »
The film, directed by Sebastian Ko, had its North American premiere in the Discovery section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. The story centers on the parents of a 14-year-old daughter, who’s angry at them for separating and confesses to an act far beyond the realm of teenage rebellion — forcing the parents to struggle with their consciences after they try to conceal the crime.
Sud was nominated for a Primetime Emmy for her writing for AMC’s “The Killing,” which she created and executive produced.
“I’m absolutely thrilled to be partnered with Broad Green Pictures to tell this dark, intimate and deeply poignant story about an American family,” said Sud.
Three-year-old Broad Green has specialized in adult-themed movies such as “99 Homes” and “A Walk in the Woods. »
- Dave McNary
Broad Green Pictures said that Veena Sud, who created the AMC crime series The Killing, has signed on to write a remake of We Monsters, the Sebastian Ko film that played at the Toronto Film Festival last year. In We Monsters, a husband and wife struggle with their consciences after they try to conceal a terrible crime committed by their teenage daughter. The suspense drama made its North American premiere at Tiff in the Discovery sidebar. Alix Madigan and Shary Shirazi… »
“The Killing” creator Veena Sud has signed on to write a remake of Sebastian Ko’s German film “We Monsters” for Broad Green Pictures, the company announced Tuesday. In “We Monsters,” a husband and wife struggle with their consciences after they try to conceal a terrible crime committed by their teenage daughter. The original film screened at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, where reviewers gave the movie high marks for the diabolical nature of the characters and its unexpected twists. Also Read: 3 New Movie Distributors Made Waves in 2015 “I’m absolutely thrilled to be partnered with Broad Green Pictures to tell this. »
- Jeff Sneider
Angelo Pizzo directed the film about about a university athlete who receives a shocking diagnosis following an injury. Clarius distributed Courage in the Us last November under the title My All American.
Production is underway in the Los Angeles area on Mark Pellington’s The Last Word starring Shirley Maclaine and Amanda Seyfried. Bleecker Street will distribute the drama in the Us and Myriad Pictures handles international sales at the Efm. Anne Heche, Philip Baker Hall and Scott Speedman and Tom Everett Scott round out the key cast.Kristin Stewart and Helena Bonham Carter are in talks and James Franco is attached to star in Jt Leroy, about »
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RelatedGilmore Girls Revival: As-p Talks ‘Single’ Rory, F-Bomb Dropping Emily, Netflix Rollout Wish (Part 2)
In response to my story on Monday, in which Gilmore creator Amy Sherman-Palladino said McCarthy has an open invitation to appear in the four-episode continuation, the actress issued the following statement on Twitter:
Thanks for the invite, but sadly no one asked me or Sookie to come back to Stars Hollow. Wish them all the best!! https://t.co/II2Atug4wx
— Melissa McCarthy (@melissamccarthy »
A lot of attention has been paid to who may or may not be participating in Netflix’s Gilmore Girls revival. But series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino‘s still reeling from the loss of the one person who definitely won’t be back: the late Edward Hermann, who played patriarch Richard Gilmore during the show’s original seven-season run.
“Ed’s dying [in 2014] was so f—ed up,” laments the writer-director. “It was unexpected. He didn’t really let anyone know he was sick. He was a very proud dude. So none of us really got to say goodbye to him. It was very hard, »
We're a short month away from the return of the fan-favorite Netflix series House Of Cards, and while some fans may have been less than satisfied by the last season, there's no denying how sweetly addictive the series is.
Of course with a new season comes new characters, and joining the cast of House Of Cards is Joel Kinnaman. The Swedish actor isn't quite a household name yet, but many are likely to recognize his face from the series The Killing, as well as from the 2014 Robocop reboot. Most notably, Kinnaman will be playing Rick Flagg in the upcoming adaptation of Suicide Squad (he was the one naming off all the squad's abilities and defects in the most recent trailer).
Netflix has released the first official image of Kinnaman playing an unknown character. Take a look below!
Image via Netflix
As mentioned above, there is little known about what Kinnaman's »
- Joseph Medina
It's unclear who Kinnaman is playing, but he joins season four newcomers including Neve Campbell and Colm Feore. This marks Kinnaman's first TV role since The Killing ended two years ago. [Source: The Live Feed]
Dennis Quaid, Michelle Fairley ("Game of Thrones"), Ken Stott ("The Lord of the Rings"), Robert Sheehan ("Misfits") and Parminder Nagra ("The Blacklist") have joined the cast of Pivot and Sky Atlantic's Arctic Circle mystery drama "Fortitude" for its second season.
The gang joins returning cast members Sofie Grabol, Richard Dormer, Luke Treadaway, Sienna Guillory, Darren Boyd, Bjorn Hlynur Haraldsson, and Mia Jexen. In the film, a fresh murder rocks the community and plunges it into turmoil. [Source: The Live Feed]
Disney Xd has given a series order to the live-action sci-fi comedy series »
- Garth Franklin
Season four of House of Cards is of course shrouded in secrecy, hence why we’re only just now finding out that Joel Kinnaman (The Killing, RoboCop) is going to appear in season four. As you can see, the Us Twitter account for Netflix made the news official earlier today. Unfortunately, character details have not yet
- Josh Wilding
The Killing alum Joel Kinnaman is returning to Netflix, joining Kevin Spacey and the rest of the fourth season cast in House Of Cards. No details on his role, but the show’s twitter account posted a first-look photo of Spacey and Kinnaman below. The series received a fifth season renewal last week and announced showrunner Beau Willimon would be departing after Season 4. Spacey is coming off a Screen Actors Guild Award Saturday for leading actor in drama series for House O… »
Netflix broke the news via its official Twitter account with a cryptic message that read, “Welcome to Washington, Joel Kinnaman,” and a photo showing Kinnaman facing off with Kevin Spacey’s Frank Underwood.
Welcome to Washington, Joel Kinnaman. pic.twitter.com/jlvU2c0s2O
— Netflix Us (@netflix) February 2, 2016
Netflix recently announced that “House of Cards” has been renewed for a fifth season, which will continue without the involvement of creator Beau Willimon. Star Kevin Spacey just won a Screen Actors Guild award for his lead role in the series, beating out “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm, »
- Laura Prudom
Joel Kinnaman is returning to Netflix. The Killing alum has joined the streaming service's political drama House of Cards for the upcoming fourth season, it was announced late Monday. The show's Twitter account posted a photo of the actor, who is also starring in the upcoming Suicide Squad film, opposite star Kevin Spacey. It's unclear who Kinnaman is playing, so insert your best guesses based on this cryptic photo below. Welcome to Washington, Joel Kinnaman. pic.twitter.com/jlvU2c0s2O — Netflix Us (@netflix) February 2, 2016 Kinnaman joins other season four newcomers including Neve Campbell and Colm Feore. House of Cards was
- Kate Stanhope
The Netflix Original has been a big hit since its debut in 2013, scoring ratings of 9/10 on IMDb, and 83% of RottenTomatoes, leading to Netflix ordering a fifth season to follow the next release in March.
We will rejoin Us President Frank Underwood, presumably without wife Claire by his side, in what is looking like being the most gripping series to date.
It is believed that Campbell would be playing half of a couple who are set on challenging Frank and Claire for Office, leading to speculation that Kinnaman will play the other half.
The Swedish-American actor is scheduled to play military »
- Daniel Youde
Sookie St. James, the ball’s in your court.
Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino wants Melissa McCarthy back for the show’s four-part Netflix revival, even if for just a quickie guest appearance. But given the actress’ jam-packed film schedule, she’s not holding out much hope.
“She’s really f—ing busy,” Sherman Palladino acknowledges. “But the thing I have said [to her team] is, ‘Look, if Melissa is available and has an afternoon free, I’ll write her a scene. Melissa was one of us. »
“These past couple of days have been crazy,” admits the auteur, who is writing and directing the four-part revival with husband Daniel Palladino. “We had our first table read on Friday. We have another table read today. And then we start directing [tomorrow].”
Luckily, As-p carved out 30 minutes in her bonkers schedule to answer all of my burning questions about the 360-minute continuation. And because I had a lot of burning questions, I’m parceling the Q&A out in installments, »
See Also: The latest trailer for Knight of Cups
Rick (Bale) is a slave to the Hollywood system. He is addicted to success but simultaneously despairs at the emptiness of his life. He is at home in a world of illusions but seeks real life. Like the tarot card of the title, Rick is easily bored and needs outside stimulation. But the Knight of Cups is also an artist, a romantic and an adventurer.
In Terrence Malick’s seventh film a gliding camera once again accompanies a tormented hero on his search for meaning. Once again a voiceover is laid over images which also seek their own authenticity. And once again Malick seems to put the world out of joint. His symphonic flow of images contrasts cold, »
- Amie Cranswick
Graceland alum, Brandon Jay McLaren has joined Dick Wolf’s hit NBC drama series Chicago Fire in a recurring role. He’ll play a former gangbanger-turned-politician. McLaren played Dale Jakes on all three seasons of USA Network’s Graceland. He also recurred on AMC’s The Killing and Canadian series Being Erica. On the film side, he appeared in horror comedy feature Tucker And Dale Vs. Evil. McLaren is repped by Don Buchwald & Associates, Berwick & Kovacik and Trisko Talent… »
In this edition of The Week in Spandex, we look at Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Gotham, Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Legion of Super-Heroes, Vixen, Batman: Bad Blood, Batman: The Killing Joke, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, Black Widow, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Agent Carter, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Damage Control, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Deadpool, Cable, Gambit, Fantastic Four, Hellfire, Superior, Heroes Reborn and more…
We’ll kick off this rather packed edition of The Week in Spandex with the DC Extended Universe, and with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice just over a couple of months away from release director Zack Snyder has shared the first clip from the film, which features a rather tense standoff between The Dark Knight (Ben Affleck) and the Man of Steel (Henry Cavill) [watch it here], while a »
- Gary Collinson
Aaron Douglas just landed one shell of a role.
VideosThe Flash Winter Promo: Killer Frost Arrives — With Earth-Two Barry/Iris?
The Flash returns to The CW on Tuesday, »
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