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Chloe Grace Moretz’s ‘Greta’ Gets Spring 2019 Release Date

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Chloe Grace Moretz’s ‘Greta’ Gets Spring 2019 Release Date
Chloe Grace Moretz’s “Greta” will be released on March 1, 2019, Focus Features announced Friday.

Greta” stars Moretz and Isabelle Huppert and is described as a film about female obsession. Neil Jordan wrote and directed the film. Focus Features picked up the rights to the thriller following the film’s premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.

Maika Monroe, Colm Feore and Stephen Rea also star. Jordan co-wrote the script with Ray Wright. The film is produced by Sidney Kimmel, John Penotti, James Flynn, Lawrence Bender and Karen Richards.

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Moretz recently starred in “The Miseducation of Cameron Post” and “Suspiria,” and will next star in “The Addams Family” and “Love Is a Gun.” Her other credits include “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” and “The 5th Wave.”

Also slated to be released on
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10 Character Exits That Hurt Sons Of Anarchy (And 10 That Saved It)

Sons of Anarchy has never been afraid of removing characters in both surprising and violent ways. It is also similar to The Shield, a show that Kurt Sutter worked on where any character, no matter how important, was never safe. On Sons of Anarchy, no one was safe and almost every major character on the series ended up going out either in a blaze of glory or with a very humbling end. That should come as no surprise since Sons of Anarchy is loosely based on William Shakespeare's Hamlet, and Shakespeare was never afraid of ending his stories with the most glorious tragedy possible.

Originally, it was Clay Morrow who was the leader of the motorcycle club, but it was his stepson Jax Morrow that the show focused on as its lead character. When it comes to Samcro, none of the members of the club were safe, from the top to the bottom,
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‘Grand Hotel’: Katey Sagal & Freddie Stroma To Recur On ABC Drama Series

‘Grand Hotel’: Katey Sagal & Freddie Stroma To Recur On ABC Drama Series
Sons of Anarchy alumna Katey Sagal and Freddie Stroma (UnReal) are set for recurring roles on Grand Hotel, ABC’s drama series executive produced by Eva Longoria.

Written by Brian Tanen based on a Spanish format, Grand Hotel is a soapy drama set against the backdrop of a Miami Beach hotel, centering on the family who owns the business, the staff who run it and the explosive secrets they hide under the perfect exterior.

Sagal will play Teresa, an investor in the hotel with mysterious intentions. She clashes with Santiago (Demian Bichir) and will stop at nothing to protect her investment. Sagal will appear in at least three episodes.

Stroma will portray Oliver, the associate manager of the Finn Hotel in Miami. Oliver is an old friend of Alicia’s from business school who now finds himself in competition for her business and maybe even her heart.

Sagal received four
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20 Sons Of Anarchy Fan Theories (That Change Everything)

Sons of Anarchy may have ended four years ago, but that doesn't mean that it has lost any of its popularity amongst fans. Kurt Sutter did an amazing job creating a series that was full of symbolism, expression, and most importantly, viewer interpretation. Forums like Reddit are full of different fan theories that pertain to the show and Sutter has said that he wants fans to make their own ideas about certain things. He loves the creative process of the mind and how different elements combine to mean different things to different people. Sons of Anarchy is a work of art, just like a piece hanging in the Louvre, and there have been a number of fan theories over the years since the series ended.

With the start of the spinoff series Mayans M.C., it has refreshed the fan theory machine, especially with the cameos of Soa cast members. In a way,
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Sons Of Anarchy: 10 Characters Who Can Appear In Mayans M.C. (And 10 Who Never Should)

Nearly four years removed from the finale of Sons of Anarchy, Kurt Sutter's long-awaited sequel series Mayans M.C. has finally arrived, promising as much family drama and full-throttle action as its predecessor. Speaking to the cultural relevance of the show, star Jd Pardo descroned the heavy responsibility of carrying the momentum of Sons over to Mayans, saying that the transition feels natural, working more as a continuation of the world established in Sons.

Although the world of Mayans is far from the Sons empire depicted in the original series, the shared universe has remained intact, particularly when it comes to surprise cameos. While a multitude of Sons actors have already reprised their roles, including Katey Sagal as Gemma and Ray McKinnon as Lincoln Potter, no returning character's presence has been felt more than Happy Lowman whose appearance in the season one finale promises to echo throughout season two.

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Sons of Anarchy: 20 Things That Make No Sense About Clay

More than a decade ago, Kurt Sutter's full throttle crime drama Sons of Anarchy introduced prime time viewers to a wicked world of high speed chases, loud shootouts and family drama all neatly wrapped under the guise of a biker gang. With the fictional town of Charming came some seriously conflicted characters, but few left as indelible of an impression as Clay Morrow, portrayed by Ron Perlman. Loosely inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet, Clay was already on a downward spiral by the series' start. Plagued by crippling osteoarthritis, which threatened to take away his control over the club, he slowly became one of the most hated villains in recent memory. Lying, cheating and back-stabbing his way to the top, he manipulated those closest to him, all for his own self-interests.

At the forefront of Clay's broken moral compass was the looming presence of his stepson Jax, a breath of fresh
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Taylor Kitsch To Star In & Produce Drug Dealer Drama In Works At HBO & eOne

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HBO has put in development a drama from writers John Barcheski (Sons of Anarchy) and Robert Munic (Ice), with Taylor Kitsch (Waco) set to star and Matt Shakman (Game of Thrones) to direct. Kitsch, Shakman, Barcheski and Munic also executive produce the project, a co-production between HBO and Entertainment One.

Created and written by Barcheski, who had worked on the idea for years, the untitled drama follows the story of Chris Klug (Kitsch), a young, family oriented, drug dealer who catches the wrong end of a bad batch of dope that leaves him in a temporary vegetative state, only to discover that it was no accident and someone close to him was in fact trying to take him out. Told through flashbacks and Chris’ present-day purgatory, the series is a rich family drama full of revenge, love and humor as Chris Klug fights his way back.

Munic will serve as
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Netflix in December: What’s Coming and Going That You Should Really, Really Watch (Photos)

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With dozens of new titles hitting Netflix each month, it can be difficult to keep track of what to watch. So TheWrap has compiled a list, updated each month, of the best new shows and movies to check out and which to watch before they’re gone for good.

Leaving Dec. 1: “Sons of Anarchy” Season 1-7 The hit FX drama from creator Kurt Sutter, which was later spun off into the currently airing “Mayans M.C.,” stars Charlie Hunnam as Jackson “Jax” Teller, the leader of a outlaw motorcycle club in Central California.

Arriving Dec. 2: “The Lobster” An absurdist comedy co-written and directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, whose latest film “The Favourite” hit theaters in November, “The Lobster” stars Colin Farrell as a man seeking a partner in a world where single people are transformed into animals.

Arriving Dec. 7: “Dumplin” Danielle Macdonald stars as Dumplin’, the plus-size, teenage
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‘Luke Cage’ Star Theo Rossi Joins Netflix Thriller ‘Rattlesnake’

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‘Luke Cage’ Star Theo Rossi Joins Netflix Thriller ‘Rattlesnake’
Sons of Anarchy” star Theo Rossi has joined the cast of “Rattlesnake,” an upcoming Netflix movie from filmmaker Zak Hilditch.

Character details are under wraps, but Rossi will star alongside Carmen Ejogo in the psychological thriller, which is currently in production.

It follows a single mother who accepts emergency help from a mysterious woman when her daughter is bitten by a rattlesnake. She’s forced to return the favor by taking the life of a stranger in the desert town of Tulia, Texas. Hilditch is reteaming with producer Ross Dinerstein and his label Campfire on the project.

Rossi most recently appeared on two seasons of the Netflix series “Luke Cage,” part of the streamer’s cluster of Marvel Studios television properties, where he played fan favorite villain Hernan Enrique Salazar “Shades” Alvarez. His breakout role came on Kurt Sutter’s FX series “Sons of Anarchy,” where he portrayed hacker and intelligence officer Juice Ortiz.
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Sons Of Anarchy: 20 Things That Make No Sense About Samcro

The crowning achievement of screenwriter Kurt Sutter's career thus far, Sons of Anarchy was a full-throttled family psychodrama that played by its own rules. At the center of its violent biker subculture was Samcro, the mother charter of the Mc, tucked away inside the quaint agrarian town of Charming, California.

An acronym which stands for Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club Redwood Originals, the club began as a social rebellion by John Teller, whose return from the war in the late '60s left him an outsider searching for the same level of comfort and freedom he found in the war. Paving the club's rebellious ways with good intentions, he soon watched as monetary needs tainted the Sons' members, veering the Mc onto an inevitably chaotic path. As John Teller's son and the rightful heir to his creation, Jax was a bright spot among the incessantly bloody actions of the club.
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Danny Trejo confirms return as Sons of Anarchy character Romeo Parada in Mayans M.C.

Season 2 of Mayans M.C. won’t begin airing until September 2019, which is quite a long wait for fans of the FX hit. However, a bit of news revealed to Monsters & Critics recently will make it worth every second. FX Networks renewed the successful television series created by Kurt Sutter and Elgin James short of airing its fifth episode. Not much time has passed before Sons of Anarchy and Mayans M.C. fans were treated with the news that Sons of Anarchy alum Danny Trejo would return to reprise his role as Romero “Romeo” Parada in the second season of […]

The post Danny Trejo confirms return as Sons of Anarchy character Romeo Parada in Mayans M.C. appeared first on Monsters and Critics.
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From ‘Homecoming’ to ‘Maniac,’ 30-Minute Episodes Solve TV’s Pacing Problem

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From ‘Homecoming’ to ‘Maniac,’ 30-Minute Episodes Solve TV’s Pacing Problem
When Julia Roberts heard “Homecoming” director Sam Esmail wanted episodes of the Amazon drama to be a half-hour long, she was against it. “I’m just a product of mediocrity, and so to me, drama is an hour,” she said to IndieWire. “Only teenagers can get drama done in 30 minutes. I was like, ‘What are you talking about? We’re tall. We need an hour.'”

The results, however, turned around Roberts on the issue. “It’s just brilliant,” she said. “I love it so much because, I mean, as an audience member, it just leaves you like, ‘Wait, it’s over?’ That’s how I feel every time.”

Once upon a time, there was no question of how long a TV episode of television “should be;” it was, “must be.” Network television had a schedule to keep and commercials to air, which meant that “Cheers” delivered 24-minute episodes; “E.
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‘Black Lightning’ Casts Rj Cyler; Antonio Jaramillo Joins ‘Seal Team’

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‘Black Lightning’ Casts Rj Cyler; Antonio Jaramillo Joins ‘Seal Team’
Rj Cyler is set for a recurring role opposite Marvin “Krondon” Jones III in the current second season of the CW’s Black Lightning. He’ll play Todd Green, the gangly and awkward tech genius who’s passed over for a research grant. He doesn’t take it well, until he gets an offer to join Tobias Whale (Jones). Produced by Berlanti Productions and Akil Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, the DC Comics-based Black Lightning is executive produced by Greg Berlanti, Salim Akil, Mara Brock Akil, Sarah Schechter, Charles D. Holland and Jan Nash. Cress Williams, China Anne McClain, Nafessa Williams, Christine Adams, Marvin “Krondon” Jones III, Damon Gupton, Jordan Calloway and James Remar star. Cyler starred as Earl in indie feature Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. He went on to star as
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'Mayans Mc': How Richard Cabral Carries a 'Sons of Anarchy' Tradition Forward

[This story contains full spoilers for season one of FX's Mayans Mc.]

In a conversation with The Hollywood Reporter about the Mayans Mc season finale, in which Happy Lowman (David Labrava) from Sons of Anarchy made his deadly arrival, creator Kurt Sutter offered great insight into his own writing process: he finds the story as he moves.

"It was not planned," said Sutter, speaking about how he arrived at Happy's role in the overall Mayans mythology during the scripting phase. "I love when shit happens organically like that, when it's authentic. It allows me to continue doing ...
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'Mayans Mc' Star Reacts to 'Sons of Anarchy' Twist: "I Was So Happy"

[This story contains spoilers for the season finale of FX's Mayans Mc, "Cuervo/Tz'ikb'uul."]

At long last, Ez Reyes (Jd Pardo) has found his mother's killer — and he's not exactly Happy about it.

The first season finale of Mayans Mc, "Cuervo/Tz'ikb'uul," written and directed by creators Kurt Sutter and Elgin James respectively, ends with a big gut punch for Ez and the audience alike, especially for viewers who were fans of Sons of Anarchy. The man who murdered Ez's mom is none other than Sons mainstay Happy Lowman, played by David ...
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'Mayans Mc': Kurt Sutter on the Finale's Deadly 'Sons of Anarchy' Twist

[This story contains spoilers for the season finale of FX's Mayans Mc, "Cuervo/Tz'ikb'uul."]

Few people expected a happy ending for the first season of Mayans Mc, and fewer people expected a Happy ending. The unlikely scenario occurred, however, when the freshman year of Kurt Sutter and Elgin James' FX biker drama concluded with its biggest Sons of Anarchy crossover yet, one that promises an even bigger collision when Mayans returns for its previously announced second season next year.

The finale, "Cuervo/Tz'ikb'uul," written by Sutter and directed by James, pulls the curtain back on ...
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Michael Irby Is Having The Ride Of His Life On Mayans M.C.

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If the name Michael Irby sounds familiar it's probably because he played a role on one of your favorite police or army dramas. 

From True Detective to Seal Team, Almost Human to CSI: Cyber, Irby has played the good cop time and time again. However, on Mayan's M.C., Irby finds himself on the opposite side of the tracks.

Irby portrays Obispo "Bishop" Losa, President of the Mayans Motorcycle Club and cousin of Marcus Alvarez. I had the opportunity to talk with Irby and discuss what he enjoys most about this new character. 

Related: Mayans M.C. Season 1 Episode 9: Serpiente/Chikchan

He also provided readers with a tease as to what they can expect in the Season 1 finale as well as potential storylines for Season 2. 

Enjoy the full interview below, which has been slightly modified for content. 

I just wanted to start off by asking, what made you want
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Kurt Sutter Promises a 'Significant' Sons of Anarchy Connection in the Mayans M.C. Finale

Get hyped, Sons of Anarchy fans! The head honcho himself, Kurt Sutter, is promising a big Sons connection in Tuesday's Mayans M.C. finale. The executive producer stopped by the IMDb Show to talk about the series and hinted that we would see a mythology crossover in the upcoming episode.

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Sons Of Anarchy: 20 Crazy Revelations About Clay And Gemma’s Relationship

“These violent delights, have violent ends,” which was written by William Shakespeare, could not be more fitting for Clay Morrow and Gemma Teller-Morrow. Both characters have extremely strong personalities that often control the ebb and flow of Samcro and those around them. Together, they are a tumultuous duo with a vault of secrets, lies, and manipulation. There is no question that they loved each other, but their deceit can only go so far before it destroys them both and all that they hold dear.

Though Gemma has different priorities than Clay, they both are willing to go to the extreme to preserve their relationship. Kurt Sutter’s ability to write characters that we love to hate or hate to love is made all the more evident by Gemma and Clay. Jax Teller may have been the main protagonist of Sons of Anarchy, but it was his mother Gemma and her partner,
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FX series head to BBC under new deal

Deal will bring series including Devs, Pose, Mayans Mc to UK broadcaster.

The BBC has signed a deal with FX Networks giving the UK public broadcaster rights to all FX’s new original scripted drama and comedy series.

Providing FX originals with their first primary home in the UK, the deal will bring series including Devs, the upcoming tech thriller from writer-producer Alex Garland, Ryan Murphy’s new transgender culture drama Pose (pictured) and Kurt Sutter’s Sons Of Anarchy follow-up Mayans Mc to the BBC.

The BBC and FX already co-produce drama series Taboo and BBC Two recently screened
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