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[caption id="attachment_51024" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter TV show, season two, episode one. Photo Credit: Ruven Afanador/The Hollywood Reporter.[/caption]
SundanceTV has announced season two of its Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter TV show premieres Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 10:00am Et/Pt. The second season of 14 one-hour episodes will be split into two half seasons, with seven episodes focusing on potential Emmy® nominees this summer. Seven episodes featuring potential Oscar® nominees are slated for later this year.
The season two premiere episode features TV drama actresses (pictured above): Sarah Paulson, Julianna Margulies, Kerry Washington, Constance Zimmer, Kirsten Dunst, Regina King, and Jennifer Lopez. The second episode on July 3, features TV drama actors: Rami Malek, Bobby Cannavale, Wagner Moura, Cuba Gooding Jr., Forest Whitaker, and Paul Giamatti. The other TV-centric episodes feature comedy actresses, comedy actors, drama showrunners, comedy showrunners, and »
It’s been known for quite awhile we’ll be seeing Nicolas Winding Refn‘s Only God Forgives follow-up The Neon Demon sometime this summer, thanks to Amazon Studios, but today it is now clearer when exactly it’ll be. A press release from Milan Records details the official soundtrack, which includes Cliff Martinez‘s score and three original songs (featuring a closing track by Sia, as well as tunes from Julian Winding and Sweet Tempest), and notes a release date of June 24th on CD and, digitally, July 8th. With a release date of June 8th in France, the film is now likely to arrive here in the United States between then and the CD soundtrack release.
Starring Elle Fanning, Keanu Reeves, Christina Hendricks, Jena Malone, Abbey Lee, and Bela Heathcoate, the story follows an aspiring model who moves to Los Angeles where her youth and vitality are devoured »
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A weekend TV-programming note: Check out The Hollywood Reporter's acclaimed roundtable series on Sundance TV. THR's Actor Roundtable aired this Sunday on Sundance TV. The roundtable features Michael Caine (Youth), 82; Will Smith (Concussion), 47; Benicio Del Toro (Sicario), 48; Joel Edgerton (Black Mass), 41; Samuel L. Jackson (The Hateful Eight), 66; and Mark Ruffalo (Spotlight), 47. For the first time, viewers can watch the roundtable discussion on Sundance TV as part of the cable channel's new original nonfiction series, Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter, produced in partnership with THR. And come back to THR.com on Monday after
- THR Staff
A weekend TV-programming note: Check out The Hollywood Reporter's acclaimed roundtable series on SundanceTV. This Sunday is THR's Actress Roundtable, which features Carey Mulligan (Suffragette), 30; Jennifer Lawrence (Joy), 25; Cate Blanchett (Carol, Truth), 46; Jane Fonda (Youth), 77; Brie Larson (Room), 26; Helen Mirren (Trumbo, Woman in Gold), 70; Charlotte Rampling (45 Years), 69; and Kate Winslet (Steve Jobs), 40. For the first time, viewers can watch the roundtable discussion on SundanceTV as part of the cable channel's new original nonfiction series, Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter, produced in partnership with THR. And come back to THR.com
- THR Staff
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