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Music mogul and Midas-esque businessman Dr. Dre has recently struck a script deal with cable network FX for a potential show pilot. Details are currently scarce, but according to THR the show would be a one-hour drama set in the present-day Los Angeles, and would explore not just the music business but the crime business as well.
Relatively fresh writer Sidney Quashi will be billed as both the creator and executive producer of the show along with Dr. Dre. Daniel Schnider (Backwash) will act as co-executive producer with Brad Bertner (The Cellar). The deal will involve Dr. Dre’s Crucial Films/Crucial TV company, which was originally launched in 2007 with New Line Cinema, and currently rests under Warner Bros.
As the fledgling project is currently in the early stages development there’s no word on any casting decisions, but ...
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The ever-versatile (and ever-buff) rapper/businessman Dr. Dre and FX have recently signed a script deal for a possible show pilot. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the show would be a one-hour drama set in present-day Los Angeles, and it would explore the music business as well as the crime business. Writer Sidney Quashie (“The Boston College Fix”) will be billed as both the creator and executive producer of the show, and Dr. Dre will also serve as an executive producer. Daniel Schnider (“Backwash”) of Dr. Dre’s Crucial TV will act as co-executive producer with Brad Bertner (“The Cellar”). Dr. Dre has had a long and successful career. He started as [ Read More ] »
I first met Joshua Malina, an actor I came to adore thanks to his role on Aaron Sorkin's still-genius 1998 series Sports Night, for an interview in support of his wickedly warped 2010 webseries, Backwash. So it's only appropriate that our second chat also be in support of a webseries I adore, Leap Year.
Josh is the third amazing actor I've profiled to cameo on the tech savvy series this season, and one equally enamored of the cast and crew that have ushered Leap Year to the small screen. And while Josh will be spending most of 2012 working on a slightly larger screen now that he's been upped to series regular on ABC's addictive Scandal, he eventually hopes to return to the world wide web since it's creativity's ultimate playground!
3 items from 2012
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