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Billy Zane, Alan Ritchson, Kyle Gallner, Shaun Toub Join ‘Ghosts of War’ (Exclusive)

16 hours ago | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Kyle Gallner, Alan Ritchson, Billy Zane, and Shaun Toub have joined the cast of “Ghosts of War,” an upcoming psychological thriller. The film follows five American soldiers tasked with guarding a French chateau at the end of World War II. The home was previously occupied by Nazi commanders, and the soldiers soon find that there is a terrifying, supernatural force within its walls.

The actors join a cast that includes Brenton Thwaites (“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”), Theo Rossi (“Sons of Anarchy”), and Skylar Astin of the Pitch Perfect franchise. The five soldiers will be played by Thwaites, Rossi, Astin, Gallner, and Ritchson. Zane will play an undisclosed role. Toub’s character is called Mr. Helwig.

Eric Bress (“The Butterfly Effect”) writes and directs the film. Principal photography has commenced in Bulgaria. Miscellaneous Entertainment’s D. Todd Shepherd, Shelley Madison, and Joe Simpson are producing and »

- Brent Lang

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‘Romans in L.A.,’ ‘Dead Meet,’ ‘Alert’ at Series Mania’s Co-Production Forum

27 March 2017 1:20 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Shine Endemol Italy’s “Romans in L.A.,” the “Six Feet Under”-ish “Dead Meet” and whistleblower-themed “Alert” are among 16 TV dramas to be unveiled at pitching sessions at mid-April’s Series Mania’s Co-Production Forum, the Paris-based festival’s centerpiece industry event.

The three projects were chosen out of 312 submissions from throughout Europe. That’s an increase of about 100 entries from last year, an indication of the building reputation of Series Mania and the priority now placed on international co-production by top European TV producers as they seek to offset risk and tap into pan-continental distribution.

The C0-production Forum will for the first time offer a cash grant of €50,000 ($54,000) to a best-project winner and be expanded from three to four days, running April 18-21.

The number of attendees has also risen. More than 500 international TV series executives are expected to be on hand, said Laurence Herszberg, general director »

- John Hopewell

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‘Homeland’ Recap: Carrie Learns to Say No in Episode 10, ‘The Flag House’

26 March 2017 7:05 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not seen the March 26 episode of “Homeland.”

Carrie Mathison learns an important lesson in “The Flag House,” as Season 6 of “Homeland” heads into its final two hours.

Peter Quinn, Dar Adal, and President-elect Elizabeth Keane have flashier moments in the 10th episode of the season, but there are two big Carrie moments that are revealing about this most complicated character, limned to near perfection by Claire Danes.

For one, we get the extraordinary sight of Carrie Mathison telling the next president of the United States: “I can’t.” With her daughter Franny already a pawn of the larger conspiracy, Carrie can’t risk charging ahead with her plan to go on the record about CIA honcho Dar Adal’s past shortcomings as a way to stop his maniacal campaign against President-elect Keane. This tells us that Carrie took the words of her court-appointed counselor seriously two episodes back when »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Health Care Plan Problems Take Center Stage in Writers Guild-Studios’ Contract Talks

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

The halls of Congress aren’t the only place where a strenuous debate over the fate of health care has taken place this week.

The financial strain on the Writers Guild of America’s health care plan has been a central issue during the past two weeks of master contract negotiations between the guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.

The guild is seeking a significant step-up in AMPTP funding for the plan, which is calculated as a percentage of WGA member earnings. The WGA plan, like SAG-aftra’s and the DGA’s, is administered by a joint committee of guild and management reps, and is known for offering generous coverage with little out-of-pocket expense from members who earn enough annually to qualify for coverage.

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At present, that health care qualifying earnings threshold stands at a minimum of $38,302 within four consecutive quarters. »

- Cynthia Littleton and Dave McNary

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Health Care Plan Problems Take Center Stage in Writers Guild-Studios’ Contract Talks

24 March 2017 4:18 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The halls of Congress aren’t the only place where a strenuous debate over the fate of health care has taken place this week.

The financial strain on the Writers Guild of America’s health care plan has been a central issue during the past two weeks of master contract negotiations between the guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.

The guild is seeking a significant step-up in AMPTP funding for the plan, which is calculated as a percentage of WGA member earnings. The WGA plan, like SAG-aftra’s and the DGA’s, is administered by a joint committee of guild and management reps, and is known for offering generous coverage with little out-of-pocket expense from members who earn enough annually to qualify for coverage.

At present, that health care qualifying earnings threshold stands at a minimum of $38,302 within four consecutive quarters. Employers make a contribution to the health plan based on a percentage »

- Cynthia Littleton and Dave McNary

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Is Grey's Doc Unsympathetic? When Has Flash Seen Superman? Iron Fist Literally Stinks? And More Qs!

24 March 2017 10:34 AM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including Bates Motel, The Flash, Empire and Grey’s Anatomy!

1 | Could Iron Fist‘s Danny have been any more inept, any slower, in convincing Joy and Ward of his identity? Also, after several days wearing the same dingy clothes — and that was on the heels of his long journey back to America — how riiiiipe was Danny smelling by the time Joy found him on her pristine office couch?

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Three Movies About Love

23 March 2017 7:44 AM, PDT | Sydney's Buzz | See recent Sydney's Buzz news »

Three great movies, all about love — and not only about love — will be entering the theatrical arena soon and if you are craving some love, you want to see these.credit: The Odyssey Online

Frantz” directed by Francois Ozon. U.S. Release March 24 by Music Box. International sales by Films Distribution.

About to be released March 24 by Music Box, “Frantz” premiered in Venice and Toronto Film Festivals this last fall. Boyd van Hoeij’s review in The Hollywood Reporter is the recommended review for those who like to read reviews in advance. He describes “Frantz” as “a richly imagined and superbly assembled period piece”. The L.A. Goethe Institute had a sneak preview and I was among the lucky who got to see it there.

Frantz” by Francois Ozon

Inspired by Ernst Lubitsch’s “Broken Lullaby”, in German and French, B&W and in color “Frantz” not just a surprise, »

- Sydney Levine

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Emmy Predictions 2017: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

23 March 2017 2:00 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Last Year’s Winner: Ben Mendelsohn, “Bloodline

Still Eligible: No.

Hot Streak: While a number of actors have won this category twice, we haven’t seen a repeat victor since Ray Walston won for “Picket Fences” in 1995 and 1996. That streak will continue at least one more year, given last year’s winner is ineligible in 2017.

Fun Fact: “The West Wing” won this category four times with four different actors: Richard Schiff (2000), Bradley Whitford (2001), John Spencer (2002), and Alan Alda (2006).

With “Game of Thrones” ineligible, this field is wide open. Only three of last year’s six nominees are eligible to earn another nomination in 2017 — Jonathan Banks (“Better Call Saul”), Michael Kelly (“House of Cards”), and Jon Voight (“Ray Donovan”) — meaning even if all three get back in, we’re going to see some new blood this year…

…starting with John Lithgow. The beloved Emmys presence (a five-time winner and 11-time nominee »

- Ben Travers

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Zhang Yimou Begins Shooting ‘Shadow,’ Chris Evans to Lead ‘Red Sea Diving Resort,’ and More

22 March 2017 8:42 AM, PDT | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

It may not have made much of a splash here, but Zhang Yimou‘s The Great Wall has made nearly $330 million worldwide, and now he’s already started shooting his next project. Variety reports the director has begun production on Shadow, a historical epic that takes place in the Three Kingdoms era around mid-200s Ad. Unfortunately, no details are revealed beyond that, but the cast includes Deng Chao, Zheng Kai, Wang Qianyuan, Hu Jun, Guan Xiaotong, Wu Lei and Wang Jingchun. With production underway, hopefully we’ll see it by next year.

In other news, Chris Evans has found the rare non-Captain America role. Deadline reports he’ll be leading Red Sea Diving Resort, a new drama from longtime Homeland writer-producer Gideon Raff. The film will follow Evans’ character, Ari Kidron, and his ragtag team’s involvement in rescuing Jewish people from Ethiopia and transporting them to Israel »

- Leonard Pearce

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2017 Best Lead Actress In A Drama Series Emmy Awards Predictions

21 March 2017 5:01 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Don’t discount the Television Academy’s adoration of Viola Davis (“How To Get Away With Murder”), Claire Danes (“Homeland”) or returning Emmy favorite Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”). Christine Baranski (“The Good Fight”) and Evan Rachel Wood (“Westworld”) are also potential spoilers here. [Updated March 23]

Frontrunners

Claire Danes, “Homeland

Viola Davis, “How To Get Away with Murder

Claire Foy, “The Crown

Elisabeth Moss, “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Keri Russell, “The Americans

Winona Ryder, “Stranger Things

Almost There

Christine Baranski, “The Good Fight

Taraji P.

Continue reading 2017 Best Lead Actress In A Drama Series Emmy Awards Predictions at The Playlist. »

- Gregory Ellwood

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How Will Homeland End? Claire Danes Has a Very Specific Idea

21 March 2017 3:40 PM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Homeland is currently in the midst of its sixth season, but Ellen DeGeneres is already looking ahead to the show's demise. Showtime has renewed it for two more seasons, but that didn't stop her from asking Claire Danes what will happen to Carrie at the end. While Danes just wants Carrie to get a little "relief," she also has a very specific idea for how the final episode should play out. Take a look! »

- Maggie Pehanick

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Claire Danes Reveals How She Would Like 'Homeland' to End for Her Character Carrie

21 March 2017 5:45 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Homeland is full of suspenseful moments, but if Claire Danes had it her way, the series would end in a more mundane manner.

The 37-year-old actress appears on Tuesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show and reveals what she'd like to see happen for her character, Carrie Mathison, over the next final two seasons. "I'm always hoping for a little relief for Carrie," Danes admits. "Lots of crying, lots of reasons to cry."

Watch: Claire Danes Stuns in 'Cinderella' Gown and Literally Lights Up the Met Gala -- See the Amazing Transformation!

The four-time Golden Globe winner says that her dream scene would just be Carrie hanging out with her daughter, Frannie. "I would just like her to play Monopoly with Frannie," Danes quips. "One came of Monopoly -- benign, easy chill."

She adds, "That's always my little wish for her is some domestic bliss."

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Ellen DeGeneres Heads to the Hospital After Wine-Related Accident

21 March 2017 4:05 AM, PDT | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

It turns out laughter really is the best medicine. Ellen DeGeneres welcomed Claire Danes on her eponymous daytime talk show Tuesday, but before she sat down to chat with the Homeland actress, she had an announcement to make. "I have something to show you—it's that right here. Can you see it?" DeGeneres asked, directing the camera to show her splint. "I broke my finger. I know what you're thinking: 'How can you host a show without the tip of my ring finger?' I am not gonna let this thing beat me. I am not." "So, you know how in gymnastics when you do a one-handed cartwheel and you have to spread the weight evenly between all your fingers? Well, I had two glasses of wine and »

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‘Homeland’s’ Elizabeth Marvel Joins Connie Britton in Nicole Holofcener’s Netflix Film (Exclusive)

20 March 2017 12:30 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Elizabeth Marvel is joining Connie Britton, Ben Mendelsohn, Edie Falco, and Thomas Mann in Nicole Holofcener’s Netflix dramedy “The Land of Steady Habits.”

Marvel will portray Sophie, a friend of Mendelsohn and Falco’s characters, who’s troubled son befriends their son. Britton will play one of the female leads, following her departure from Cmt’s “Nashville.”

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The Land of Steady Habits” is based on Ted Thompson’s novel. Anthony Bregman and Stefanie Azpiazu are producing through their Likely Story production company.

Holofcener is directing “The Land of Steady Habits” from her own script, which follows a man in his 50s who experiences a midlife crisis and leaves his wife. When the character — played by Mendelsohn — realizes his mistake, he tries to redeem his personal and professional missteps. Britton will play a divorcee »

- Dave McNary

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Homeland season 6 episode 9 review: Sock Puppets

19 March 2017 7:17 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

David Crow Mar 27, 2017

Homeland provides another satisfying and head-turning twist, continuing to prove Season 6 is something different...

This review contains spoilers.

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6.9 Sock Puppets

At the risk of sounding like a broken record, I want to take a minute and consider how much of a rebound Homeland has been on this year. It’s fair to say that season five was not exactly anyone’s favourite, and even the better post-Brody stories like season four were never quite able to recapture the pace and excitement of Homeland’s early, dizzying heights. I’m not entirely sure season six has either, but this episode again marks sure footing »

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‘Homeland’ Recap: Plot Contrivances Strain Credibility in Episode 9, ‘Sock Puppets’

19 March 2017 7:00 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Homeland” delivered its strongest episode of season six to date last week with the paranoia-fueled romp “Alt.Truth.” This week’s installment, “Sock Puppets,” falls on the other end of the quality spectrum thanks to plot developments that are too hokey to be believed.

Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not seen the March 19 episode of “Homeland.”

Claire Danes’ performance in the opening sequence is the best thing that “Sock Puppets,” written by Chip Johannessen and Evan Wright and directed by Dan Attias, has to offer.

Danes’ Carrie Mathison is meeting with a psychiatrist-type, an evaluation that is necessary before she can schedule a supervised visit with her daughter, Franny, who was taken away by a New York City child welfare agency a few episodes back.

The scene opens as if it’s an interrogation room, with Carrie shot from the shoulders up against a dismal-gray background. Eventually the camera pulls back and we see »

- Cynthia Littleton

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Homeland Recap: When You Snitch Upon a Dar…

19 March 2017 6:53 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

Need to catch up? Check out the previous Homeland recap here.

Dar Adal has been so blatantly evil this season on Homeland, he might as well cackle and pet a white cat in his lap after every scene. But this week, our heroes joined forces and began to move some chess pieces into place to topple Dr. Evil once and for all.

Keane tells Dar about Javadi’s insistence that Iran is cheating on the nuclear deal — and Dar has the nerve to act surprised! He suggests they hit Iran back hard with sanctions, and Keane agrees, even asking Dar »

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Iron Fist Season 1 Episode 1 Review – ‘Snow Gives Way’

17 March 2017 2:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Shaun Munro reviews the first episode of Iron Fist

Iron Fist arrives on Netflix today amid the bad-pr double-whammy of whitewashing accusations and a fleet of negative early reviews, but for those prepared to keep an open-mind, can the streaming giant’s fourth Marvel show still deliver the goods?

Well, it seems to get one thing right from the up; the first two episodes are helmed by legendary film noir director John Dahl (Red Rock West, The Last Seduction), who in recent years has worked on a litany of acclaimed TV shows such as Dexter, Breaking Bad, Homeland, Hannibal, The Americans and House of Cards, to name just a few.

Sadly, however, this season primer isn’t the most invigorating introduction to Danny Rand (Finn Jones), who returns to New York City after being presumed dead in a plane crash with his parents, to find the family business now controlled »

- Shaun Munro

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Homeland: Season Six Ratings

16 March 2017 1:06 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

There's no need to be worried that the Homeland TV show will be cancelled by Showtime this time around. The cable channel has already renewed Homeland for season seven and season eight. Were the execs premature in renewing the series so far in advance? Will Homeland continue to draw viewers? Stay tuned.On Homeland, former CIA officer Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) was one of the best in her field, despite being bipolar. Season six picks up several months after the end of season five and we find that Carrie's now living in Brooklyn and working for a foundation that helps Muslims who have been mistreated by domestic law enforcement. The rest of the cast includes Rupert Friend, Elizabeth Marvel, F. Murray Abraham and Mandy Patinkin. Expected to recur this season are Sebastian Koch, Maury Sterling, Hill Harper, Patrick Sabongui, Robert Knepper, and Dominic Fumusa.Read More… »

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Arrow season 5 episode 16 review: Checkmate

15 March 2017 7:17 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Tyler McCarthy Mar 16, 2017

Checkmate might be the best episode of Arrow season 5 so far, with the most charismatic and scary villain to boot...

This review contains spoilers.

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5.16 Checkmate

At long last, Arrow season five has cut all the foreplay, faffing about, and stalling to deliver an incredibly satisfying one-on-one bout. As if that wasn’t enough, Checkmate rewarded viewers for investing in the mayoral aspect of the show with an impressive and intense political drama.

No time was wasted catching the characters up to speed following last week’s surprising reveal that Adrian Chase (newcomer to the cast Josh Segarra) wasn’t the surprising new anti-hero to arrive in Star City, Vigilante, as his comic book namesake implied. Instead, he’s the new dark archer in town, Prometheus. Our hero figured it out with a brief trip to »

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