The “Legion” star posted a picture of himself with “Downton” stars Michelle Dockery and Allen Leech on Instagram on Sunday, asking his followers to vote on whether his character should have a mustache in the film.
Plot details for the movie, which was announced last month, are still unknown and Stevens’ involvement remains unclear. Focus Features, which is distributing the movie in the U.S. did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment.
Stevens’ character, Matthew Crawley, was killed off in a car crash at the end of the show’s third season.
“Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes penned the film’s script and will executive produce the movie alongside Gareth Neame,
In Prodigy, the world’s smartest man isn’t content with running the world’s most successful business. His brilliant mind needs constant challenge and so he’s become the go-to guy for governments around the world when a problem arises they just can’t handle. A Nobel-Prize winning scientist, a genius composer, an Olympic-level athlete and an expert in the occult, Edison Crane is as addicted to the mysteries of
For the drama’s second outing, “Star Wars” star Mark Hamill will join the cast, and “The Flash” executive producer Aaron Helbing will take over showrunning duties.
Led by Tom Cullen, “Knightfall” tells the story of the Knights Templar, the most powerful, wealthy and mysterious military order of the Middle Ages who were entrusted with protecting Christianity’s most precious relics.
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Hamill will play the role of Talus, a battle-hardened Knight Templar veteran of the Crusades, who survived captivity for 10 years in the Holy Land and is tasked with training the new initiates to the Order.
Also joining the cast for Season 2 are “The Bastard Executioner” alum Tom Forbes as Prince Louis, the violent and unpredictable son of King Philip and heir to the throne,
Stone will direct from his own script in a project that’s departure from his previous work, offering an intimate exploration of family, loss, and love. Nighthawk Capital Limited is financing the film, which will be produced by Fernando Sulichin with Ross Katz. Sulichin’s New Element Media, which has worked with Stone on several projects, raised the financing for the film. Production will begin in New York City in the spring.
In a story covering three generations, Del Toro will portray a child of divorce now repeating his parents’ mistakes in his own marriage and with his troubled son. Feeling trapped, he embarks on a lust-filled journey to free himself, but only becomes more lost. When he meets a woman whose life is the opposite of his own, he begins a journey of rediscovery. It
West was awkwardly quiet and Kimmel cut to commercial break. Now that he had the time to think of an answer, West, like his friend Trump, took to Twitter to address his non-response on Kimmel earlier this week.
West said that he and Kimmel were having “a great time” with their dialogue before the question about Trump came up. “I’m reading that I was stumped by a question,” he tweeted. “Let me clarify the click bait. I wasn’t stumped. I wasn’t
The film is licensed through Leomus Pictures. Distribution is to be handled by state-owned China Film Group.
An epic adventure set in the last Ice Age, and in which man domesticates a wolf, “Alpha” is directed by Albert Hughes. The story is by Sebastian Wiedenhaupt and Hughes. It stars Kodi Smit-McPhee and Natassia Malthe.
It is only the second feature film to be completed by Studio 8, after 2016’ “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk,” directed by Ang Lee. Its third, “White Boy Rick” is set for release later this year.
Set up in 2014 by Robinov, former film head at Warner Bros., Studio 8 is majority owned by China’s Fosun International group. It also counts Sony Pictures Entertainment as minority investor and releasing partner.
The supergroup – featuring John Mayer, Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann, Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti – will perform three concerts between January 17th to the 20th, with the stage just feet away from the Caribbean Sea.
Like last year’s maiden fest, Playing in the Sand in an all-inclusive festival with premium resort accommodations, 24-hour concierge service and “on-site activities including yoga, tequila tasting,
Michael Angarano (“I’m Dying Up Here”) will play Jack’s brother, Nicky, in season 3 of NBC’s hit drama, Variety has confirmed. Angarano will be a recurring character.
Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) hasn’t revealed much about the death of his brother, but the two served together in Vietnam. The character was introduced in the episode “Brothers,” in a flashback, and was seen again in a group photo of the two in Vietnam alongside other servicemen. Jack told his sons Randall and Kevin that his brother was killed in the war.
Season 3 of “This Is Us” will
At an Fyc event for “This Is Us” at Paramount Studios, Brown, who played N’Jobu in the Marvel blockbuster, told Variety his stance on the category — particularly as it relates to “Black Panther,” which is eligible for 2018 nominations — goes “back and forth.”
“When I first heard of the category, the first question I had was, ‘What is the criterion for being nominated in this category?'” Brown said. “If it’s something that can give it some sort of merit and legitimacy, then I think it’s cool. But I think ‘Black Panther’ stands on its own merits regardless of its popularity as being a wonderful piece of art.”
“Ryan Coogler is an artist,” Brown continued. “The man is three for three in his films thus far, and I don’t see him striking out anytime soon.
So was the depiction of their relationship accurate, or was it beefed up to intensify the drama for the Netflix docuseries?
“They kind of failed to show the other side of me and Coach Brown’s relationship,” Henry told Variety at Sunday’s Athletes vs.
The “I’m Dying Up Here” star has been cast as Nicky, Jack’s (Milo Ventimiglia) late little brother, for the upcoming third season of Dan Fogelman’s Emmy-nominated NBC drama, a network insider tells TheWrap.
Co-showrunner Isaac Aptaker said during the Television Critics Association press tour last week that Jack and Nicky’s story during the Vietnam war was going to be a big part of the next installment in the Pearsons’ tale.
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“I can’t tell you who we’ve cast to play Nicky just yet — but, yes, we are going to be spending a lot of our time in Vietnam,” Aptaker said, when asked who is playing the latest addition to the fam. Well, now
New Classics Media has produced films “Never Say Die,” “Legend of The Demon Cat,” and TV series “The First Half of My Life” and “Tiger Mom.”
The news was announced in a regulatory filing to the Hong Kong stock market, where Tencent Literature is listed.
Tencent says the acquisition of such a major TV production house will help it unlock the potential of its vast literary content library. It notes that a third of the top 50 movies and a quarter of the top TV series in China are literary adaptations. The figure is over 50% for web series. “Integration with (New Classics Media) will allow (Tencent) to adapt more high quality literary content into popular television series,
The president said that Mark Burnett, who produced “The Apprentice,” called him and assured him there are “no tapes of the Apprentice where I used such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa.”
He went on to assert that Manigault Newman made up the tape — she claimed three unnamed sources told her of the
“And when is it over for you?” -Mr. Varga
Late in this week’s episode (“Breathe”), Jimmy calls Mike to arrange some kind of caper involving the expensive Hummel figurines he saw in Mr. Neff’s office during his job interview. This is a callback both to his eldercare work in Season One’s “Alpine Shepherd Boy” and to the idea of Jimmy and Mike as occasional partners,
Nacho may have a new boss in Gus Fring, but as fans of “Breaking Bad” know, it’s not exactly the cushiest gig.
“This is a samurai without a master,” Michael Mando, who plays Nacho Vargo on AMC’s “Better Call Saul,” tells TheWrap of Nacho’s mindset this season.
The conclusion of Monday’s episode of “Better Call Saul” sees Gus Fring’s men take out Arturo, one of Hector Salamanca’s guys, in an ambush. The episode ends with Fring telling Nacho that he knows exactly what he did last season, when he swapped out crime boss Hector Salamanca’s medication after he has a heart attack. Fans of “Breaking Bad” will remember that Hector is wheelchair bound by the time Walter White (Bryan Crantston) comes around.
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The indie action and genre distributor will release the film nationwide on Aug. 31, one week after its wide release in China. The company plans a digital release later in the year.
Donnie Yen stars in the film as a seasoned former soldier recruited for his toughest mission yet – teaching a class of teen delinquents. As he kicks his way into both their school and home lives, it becomes clear that his unconventional ...
Truant will “primarily develop and produce the films in collaboration with emerging and established Australian talent. Wherever possible the films will be produced in Australia for a worldwide market,” Animal Logic announced on Tuesday.
Truant Pictures will be headquartered at Animal Logic’s Sydney-based studios and will also operate out of its Los Angeles offices alongside sister company Animal Logic Entertainment, producer of Sony’s recent “Peter Rabbit.” Animal Logic CEO Zareh Nalbandian will produce. Toby Nalbandian and Greg Schmidt will serve as VPs of development and production.
Other projects on Truant’s debut slate include: “Biohackers,” with Stephen McCallum and Michael Kratochvil; “The Galvanist,” with Shayne Armstrong and S.P. Krause; and “The Gooynboon,
So now we know what really happened to Alison — or do we?
Having been led to believe that Alison (Ruth Wilson) committed suicide in episode 408, Sunday’s episode — the penultimate of the season — takes a unique approach to the question of how Alison died. For the first time, we’re given two perspectives for the episode from the same character.
The first half plays almost as a fantasy, with Alison confronting the duplicitous Ben (Ramon Rodriguez) about his wife, and then ultimately reconciling with him.
Pam Grier has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Ad Astra Award for the 16th edition of the Tallgrass Film Festival, held Oct. 17-21 in Wichita, Ks.
Tallgrass Film Festival’s program director Nick Pope said, “Pam Grier is someone that Tallgrass has sought to bring to Wichita and honor for the longest time. She is the iconic feminine face of urban cinema in the ’70s. A prime inspiration both for an entire genre’s mainstream success, a muse for multiple filmmakers, and an inspiration and trend-setter for many actors and filmmakers that followed, it will be the biggest thrill to welcome her and celebrate her career.”
Grier broke into films with prison movies
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