In an interview with Vulture published Monday, the “My Dinner With Herve” star revealed just how he felt about where his character was left come of the end of the eighth and final season of David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ HBO fantasy series.
And when he was asked to do so “without giving anything away,” he may (or may not) have given a lot away.
“I feel very, very — I’m trying to find the right word,” Dinklage said. “I think he was given a very good conclusion. No matter what that is — death can be a great way out.”
Interviewer David Marchese noted
The hourlong limited series, slated to premiere in 2019, hails from Veronica Mars creator Rob Thomas, who will pen the first episode. In the revival, spring breakers are getting murdered in Neptune, thereby decimating the seaside town’s lifeblood tourist industry. After Mars Investigations is hired by the parents of one of the victims to find their son’s killer, Veronica (Bell) is drawn into an epic eight-episode mystery that pits the enclave’s wealthy elites, who would rather put an end to the month-long bacchanalia, against a working class that relies on the cash influx that comes with being the West Coast’s answer to Daytona Beach.
Thomas executive produces with Bell, Diane Ruggiero-Wright and Dan Etheridge.
The 10-episode, one-hour drama series will follow Bruce Wayne’s legendary butler, Alfred Pennyworth, a former British Sas soldier in his 20s, who forms a security company and goes to work with a young billionaire Thomas Wayne, who’s not yet Bruce’s father, in 1960s London.
Per the official character description, “Alfred Pennyworth is a boyishly handsome, cheerful, charming, clever young man from London. Honest, open-faced and witty; you’d never take him for an Sas killer. Alfred doesn’t know how to reconcile the kind-hearted boy he used to be with the cold, calculated killer he was forced to become. He’s a man on the make, who doesn’t know what to make of himself yet.”
Bannon’s previous notable credits include “The Imitation Game” and “Ripper Street.”
“Pennyworth” hails from executive producer/writer Heller and executive producer/director Danny Cannon. The series is based on DC characters created by Bob Kane with Bill Finger
Production on the series begins Oct. 22 at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, in the UK.
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The three-part 90-minute mini-series is written, executive produced and created by Moffat and Gatiss, and will re-introduce the world to Dracula, the vampire who made evil sexy. Per Netflix, “In Transylvania in 1897, the blood drinking Count is drawing his plans against Victorian London. And be warned: the dead travel fast.”
“There have always been stories about great evil,” Moffat and Gatiss said. “What’s special about ‘Dracula,’ is that Bram Stoker gave evil its own hero.”
The series was commissioned by Charlotte Moore, Director of BBC Content and Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama. Moffat and Gatiss executive produce alongside Sue Vertue for Hartswood Films,
“It will hopefully feel like ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ mixed with ‘La La Land’ mixed with ‘Flight of the Conchords’ with something more Jewish thrown in,” Soloway said. “A little ‘Yentl.'”
The Times reported that the episode will be a two-hour production set to air sometime next fall.
However, an individual with knowledge of the matter told TheWrap that the episode’s specific running time, and other creative details, are still being figured out.
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The upcoming fifth season, which has no premiere date yet, will be the first since the show’s star Jeffrey Tambor was fired by the studio in February.
Tambor was accused last November of
Starring Aaron Kwok and Chow Yun-fat, “Gutenberg” earned $20.6 million in its third weekend of release, according to data from Ent Group. That was down 45% on its previous winning weekend, and lifted its score to $135 million after 15 days of release.
Drama, “Lost, Found” improved on its opening weekend and climbed one place to second position. It earned $7.97 million and has a cumulative of $22.0 million after 10 days in theaters.
Zhang Yimou’s “Shadow” incurred a 54% decline and slipped to third place. After 15 days of distribution it has accumulated $80.1 million.
Newly-released Indian comedy drama “Hichki” (aka “Hiccup”) earned $4.20 million for fourth place. Starring Rani Mukherji as a woman with Tourette’s Syndrome, the film was released in India and diaspora territories in March this year.
Directed by Emmy-winner Simcha Jacobovici, “Enslaved” retraces the traumatic sea voyage endured by millions of Africans over hundreds of years as they were transported from their homes to the New World and a life of slavery. The series exposes the shocking realities of slavery through underwater archaeology, investigating sunken slave ships that
The success of family-oriented films such as “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation,” “Christopher Robin,” “Smallfoot,” and “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” drove the price decline due to the increased numbers of children’s and matinee tickets for family films, Nato spokesman Patrick Corcoran said.
Monday’s release of third-quarter data by the National Association of Theatre Owners, the lobbying arm for the exhibition industry, also reinforced the success of the 2018 box office, which is up 9% over last year to $9.32 billion. Third-quarter admissions spiked 7.4% to 307.4 million and box office increased by 5.9% to $2.71 billion.
The summer box office, which included the hits “Incredibles 2” and “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” generated a 12.3% hike in admissions to 482.3 million and
According to a local photojournalist, Shay Horse, who filmed a widely circulated video of the incident, approximately 30 members of the group participated in the alleged assault,
Lending culinary credence to the series’ kitchens, the idea for the show was developed by two Michelin-experienced chefs in Noah Tucker and Anthony Joseph, along with Totem Media’s Floris Leeuwenberg.
The series will follow the two accomplished cooks as they travel around the world to exotic locations in Brazil, Indonesia, South Africa and more on a quest to
Soloway detailed their process behind the episode, noting that they have been collaborating on music with their sister Faith and transgender actress-musician Shakina Nayfack (who plays Lola on Hulu’s Difficult People).
The New York Times
Q3 domestic grosses clocked in at $2.71 billion from 307.4 million tickets sold, with the summer total being reported at just under $4.4 billion from 482.7 million tickets sold. The summer total does not include the record opening week of “Avengers: Infinity War,” which made $338 million including a $257.6 million first weekend at the end of April.
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The national ticket price average dropped to $8.83, down 5.8 percent from Q2 2018 and down 1.1 percent year-over-year. It’s also 3.4 percent down from the year-to-date average of $9.14. Admission estimates for the year are set at 1.02 billion,
Actor and model Brandon Thomas Lee, perhaps best known for being the son of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, has joined the cast of the reality series reboot, the network announced on Monday.
He most recently appeared in the Netflix film “Sierra Burgess Is a Loser” alongside “Riverdale’s” Shannon Purser and “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” breakout Noah Centineo.
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Earlier this month, the network announced that “The O.C.” star Mischa Barton would also join the cast of the reality series. Both will appear alongside returning stars Audrina Patridge, Brody Jenner, Frankie Delgado, Heidi Pratt, Jason Wahler, Justin “Bobby” Brescia, Spencer Pratt, Stephanie Pratt and Whitney Port for the new series, titled “The Hills: New Beginnings.”
Other newcomers confirmed for the series include Jenner, Delgado and Wahler’s wives,
(Ok, so it’s Top 6 if you don’t count CBS’ “Murphy Brown” revival as a *new* show.)
NBC’s “Lost”-like vehicle “Manifest” leads the way with an average of 10.4 million overall viewers. CBS’ “God Friended Me” initially topped that total, though the NFL football-boosted drama adjusted down in final numbers. It was still (just barely) enough to best Dick Wolf’s “F.B.I.” and round out the Top 3.
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Find the full rankings below, in ascending order.
Show: “All American”
Net: The CW
Total Viewers: 710,000
Net: The CW
Total Viewers: 1.5 million
NBC’S “Sunday Night Football” was the evening’s top program, averaging an overnight household rating of 14.6 in metered markets.
On CBS, “60 Minutes,” featuring an interview with President Donald Trump, drew a 1.9 in
During a series of tweets, Perrette branded Fischer a “monster” and called for his ouster.
In a series of tweets published Sunday, Perrette savaged Fischer, writing, “What kind of monster kills giraffes and a family of baboons including a mother clutching her baby to impress his wife? And proudly posts it?”
According to the Idaho Statesman, Fischer shared photos — including a photo of a “family of baboons” that he’d killed — with friends and colleagues after his return from the trip last month, prompting former fish and game commissioner Fred Trevey to call for his resignation “to shield the commission as an institution and hunting as a legitimate tool of wildlife management from the harm that is sure to come.
“Burn the Stage: The Movie” follows the Korean boy band during their 2017 “Live Trilogy Episode III The Wings” tour, which drew more than 550,000 fans across 40 concerts and 19 cities. Built from a YouTube series of the same name, the film will also feature live performance footage and behind-the-scenes glimpses alongside new interviews with band members Rm, Jin, Suga, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook.
After rising to international fame in 2016, Bts – Bangtan Sonyeondan or “Beyond the Scene” – has undertaken two world tours and dropped two successful albums, including “Love Yourself: Tear,” which became the first K-Pop album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The single, “Fake Love,” peaked at No. 10 in June.
The band also launched its “Love Yourself” world tour this year, during which they became the
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