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Samantha Morton (‘The Walking Dead’): 4 reasons why she could take a bite out of the Emmys

Samantha Morton (‘The Walking Dead’): 4 reasons why she could take a bite out of the Emmys
No actor on “The Walking Dead” has ever been nominated at the Emmy Awards — not Andrew Lincoln (Rick), not Melissa McBride (Carol), not Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Negan), etc. But all of that could change this year if Emmy voters decide to recognize Samantha Morton as Best Drama Supporting Actress. This acclaimed English actress is a two-time Oscar nominee, so she brings a level of prestige and experience to Alpha, the murderous leader of the Whisperers. Below, see my four reasons why Morton could make history for AMC’s nine-year-old zombie apocalypse drama.

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1. Emmy loves Oscar

It’s true: Emmy’s deep dark secret is that she yearns to one day be as influential and significant as her big brother Oscar. That’s why we often see Academy Awards faves dominating
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How Production Designer Marco Niro Created a Visual Climax for FX’s ‘Legion’

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FX’s “Legion” has always drawn inspiration not only from the MarvelX-Men” comics on which it is based, but also from the weirder corners of pop culture. When creator Noah Hawley cast “Downton Abbey” star Dan Stevens as the lead — David Haller, a mutant whose telepathic powers have been misdiagnosed as mental illness — he gave the actor a playlist that included everything from experimental noise music to Pink Floyd. Even more so than Hawley’s “Fargo,” “Legion” has been driven by a visual aesthetic that reflects that range of influences.

As such, the choice of whom to bring aboard as production designer for the show’s third and final season, which premieres June 24, was an important one. Hawley turned to Marco Niro, fresh from the first season of FX’s motorcycle-gang drama “Mayans M.C.

“He’s a man with a passionate soul,” says Hawley. “In the combination of his Italian heritage and Mexican heritage,
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Movie Ticket Giveaway: Watch Yesterday in Los Angeles

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If you're a fan of the Beatles, then Yesterday is your ticket. Directed by Danny Boyle Yesterday stars newcomer Himesh Patel, Lily James ("Downton Abbey"), Kate McKinnon, and special appearances by Ed Sheeran and James Corden as themselves. CineMovie and Universal Pictures have your Los Angeles screening in Long Beach on Monday, June  24. Enter your email below to get link to download passes.
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CineEurope: Universal Previews 'Cats,' 'Minions: The Rise of Gru,' 'Last Christmas' and 'Downton Abbey'

Universal Pictures International took the stage on the second day of CineEurope (June 17-20) to share its slate of films for the upcoming year.

The company offered exclusive trailers and first looks on a handful of sequels in successful franchises, starting with an introduction to Minions: The Rise of Gru, the latest in the successful Despicable Me franchise.

Upi also teased a first look at its Dreamworks collaborations Trolls: The World Tour, scheduled for an Easter 2020 release with returning cast as well as new characters played by Kelly Clarkson and Ozzy Osbourne, and Abominable, scheduled for a Sept. 2019 international release, with Pearl ...
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‘Blithe Spirit’ With Judi Dench, Dan Stevens, Isla Fisher Scores International Sales

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Filming has started on “Blithe Spirit,” an adaptation of Noel Coward’s classic comedy about love that just won’t die. Judi Dench, Isla Fisher and Dan Stevens are among the cast in the picture, which is helmed by Edward Hall (“Downton Abbey”). Protagonist has closed a raft of pre-sales on the project, which was previously adapted for the screen by David Lean in 1945.

Other cast members in the movie from Fred Films, Powder Keg Pictures, British Lion Films, Align Pictures and Protagonist Pictures include Leslie Mann, Julian Rhind-Tut, Emilia Fox, Dave Johns, and James Fleet.

The story tracks crime writer Charles (Stevens), who is struggling with writer’s block and a deadline for his first screenplay. His second wife, Ruth (Fisher), is doing her best to keep him focused in the hope of fulfilling her dream of heading to Hollywood. When Charles invites medium Madame Arcati (Dench) to perform a séance,
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Exclusive clip from zombie horror comedy Zoo

Thanks to 1091 Media, we’ve got an exclusive clip from Zoo, a zombie horror comedy about humans and the way they act when the world falls apart outside their doorstep. The film is directed by Antonio Steve Tublen, and stars Zoë Tapper, Edward Speleers, Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Jan Bijvoet.

Karen and John have lost the spark of married life the day they were notified that they were unable to conceive. Now they almost live like the walking dead, imprisoned by everyday life and on the verge of divorce. When the world is hit by a pandemic that really turns people into the “living dead”, the couple have to lock themselves in their apartment, waiting for rescue. While the world outside is falling apart, they are forced to find their way back to each other and reclaim their lost love.

Zoo is available now on all major VOD platforms.

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Sequel Bits: ‘Alita’, ‘Rambo’, ‘Shaft’, ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Bond’, ‘The Descendants’, ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘The Many Saints of Newark’

Sequel Bits: ‘Alita’, ‘Rambo’, ‘Shaft’, ‘Harry Potter’, ‘Bond’, ‘The Descendants’, ‘Downton Abbey’, ‘The Many Saints of Newark’
In this edition of Sequel Bits: Robert Rodriguez would be interested in directing an Alita sequel. Rambo: Last Blood might not take the “last” part of its title literally. Shaft director Tim Story wants to make another Shaft movie, presumably just called Shaft again. Shocking! Two Harry Potter actors who don’t have very big careers now would like to […]

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The New Downton Abbey Movie Posters Are Nothing Short of Glamorous

The New Downton Abbey Movie Posters Are Nothing Short of Glamorous
Hopefully you have a steaming pot of tea at your disposal, because you'll need it after looking at all of the posters for the Downton Abbey movie.

The most recently released posters, which made their debut on June 17, feature the Crawley family standing inside their stately home in pairs, looking every bit as regal as ever. There are also a handful of posters that see their loyal staff striking a pose as well. The new images follow a group poster, and four previously released posters of individual characters. Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) and Lady Edith (Laura Carmichael) make cameos in two of the posters celebrating the film's debut on the big screen this Fall, both wearing beaded, flapper-style gowns and silk gloves that have us suddenly craving a reread of The Great Gatsby. In addition to the Crawley siblings, the posters also feature a sliver of Thomas Barrow (Robert James-Collier
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More Downton Abbey Character Posters Have the Crawley Family Ready to Party

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More Downton Abbey Character Posters Have the Crawley Family Ready to Party
The Downton Abbey movie is on the way and we have nine brand-new character posters teasing the return of the Crawleys. It's been four years since the beloved show ended and fans have been waiting for the movie for at least that long. And while it's been four years, it doesn't look like much has changed for the Crawley family and the Downton staff, as evidenced by the nine character posters released today. There are a lot of familiar faces returning for the big screen adaptation, which has fans hoping there will be more after the movie hits theaters.

Robert, Earl of Grantham and Lady Cora, Mr. Bates and Anna, The Dowager Countess and Lady Mary, Henry and Tom, Carson and Elsie, Mr. Molesley and Baxter, Lady Edith and Bertie, Mrs. Patmore and Daisy, along with Thomas and Andy are all featured in the Downton Abbey character posters. While it
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Downton Abbey movie gets 10 character posters

Focus Features and Universal Pictures have released a batch of character posters for the feature sequel to the acclaimed period drama Downton Abbey featuring Mary Crawley (Michelle Dockery) & Violet Crawley (Maggie Smith), Tom Branson (Allen Leech) & Henry Talbot (Matthew Goode), Bertie Pelham (Harry Hadden-Paton) & Edith Crawley (Laura Carmichael), Robert Crawley (Hugh Bonneville) & Cora Crawley (Elizabeth McGovern), Lord Merton (Douglas Reith) & Isobel Crawley (Penelope Wilton), Andy (Michael Fox) & Thomas Barrow (Robert James-Collier), Anna Bates (Joanne Froggatt) & John Bates (Brendan Coyle), Charles Carson (Jim Carter) & Mrs. Hughes (Phyllis Logan), Mrs. Patmore (Lesley Nicol) & Daisy Mason (Sophia McShera), and Joseph Molesley (Kevin Doyle) & Phyllis Baxter (Raquel Cassidy); take a look here…

The television series Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them at the turn of the 20th century in an Edwardian English country house. Over its 6 seasons, the series garnered 3 Golden Globe Awards, 15 Primetime Emmy Awards,
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Zombies Attack in This Exclusive Clip from ‘Zoo’ [Video]

Zombies Attack in This Exclusive Clip from ‘Zoo’ [Video]
Saving a marriage during a zombie apocalypse is not an easy task! From acclaimed Swedish director Antonio Steve Tublén (“Original”, “Lfo”), Zoo is a dark comedy starring Zoë Tapper (“Mr. Selfridge”) and Ed Spellers (“Downton Abbey”). Now available on VOD platforms from 1091 Media, Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look at a clip from the film that offers no escape from the […]
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Ten New Character Posters Arrive For The ‘Downton Abbey’ Movie

Ahead of its release later in the year Universal Pictures has delivered some new character posters for the Downton Abbey movie. The film is, of course, a spin-off from the ITV TV show of the same name and is written by Julian Fellowes and directed by Michael Engler.

The television series Downton Abbey followed the lives of the Crawley family and the servants who worked for them at the turn of the 20th century in an Edwardian English country home.

Related: Check out the first trailer for the Downton Abbey movie

Over its 6 seasons, the series garnered 3 Golden Globe Awards, 15 Primetime Emmy Awards, a Special BAFTA award and 69 Emmy nominations in total, making Downton Abbey the most nominated non-us television show in the history of the Emmys – even earning a Guinness World Record for the highest critically rated TV show along the way.

The new film is scheduled to arrive
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Seven Takeaways from Variety’s European TV Summit

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At Variety’s first European TV Summit on Thursday, held at London’s Royal Lancaster Hotel, headline speakers Ricky Gervais, the creator of global successes including “The Office” and “Afterlife,” and Sharon Horgan, the force behind hit comedies “Catastrophe” and “Divorce,” shared their insights, alongside a host of industry leaders. Here are some of the takeaways.

Make It Personal

Gervais, who revealed that he has a first-look deal with Netflix, said he bases his shows on personal experience and strives for honesty. “As I get older, I don’t want to try to be bigger or richer or win more awards. I just want to go: Is this the most honest I have ever been? That is what drives me now,” he said. Gareth Neame, executive producer of “Downton Abbey,” said something similar: “You should be making a show for yourself; you have to love it.”

Talent In Control

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Lily James: "My Burberry Blush"

"Baby Driver" actress Lily James appears in a new video and print campaign for Burberry's signature scent "My Burberry Blush", photographed in London, UK by Inez & Vinoodh:

Lily James started her film acting career in the Brit TV series "Just William" (2010). Following her supporting role as 'Lady Rose MacClare' in the period drama series "Downton Abbey" (2012–2015), James had her feature film breakthrough playing the title role in the fantasy film "Cinderella" (2015).

She played 'Countess Natasha Rostova' in the period TV series "War & Peace" (2016). In 2017, she starred in the action crime film "Baby Driver" and the war drama "Darkest Hour". She then starred as the younger version of 'Donna Sheridan' in the "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" (2018).

Established in 1856 by Thomas Burberry, Burberry Group Plc , the Brit luxury fashion house is headquartered in London, England, focusing on and distributing iconic trench coats, ready-to-wear outerwear, fashion accessories,
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‘Doctor Who’ Emmy breakthrough led by Jodie Whittaker and … Rosa Parks? See what’s on the Emmy ballot

‘Doctor Who’ Emmy breakthrough led by Jodie Whittaker and … Rosa Parks? See what’s on the Emmy ballot
Despite its international popularity, “Doctor Who” hasn’t been much of an awards player since the decades-old sci-fi show was revived in 2005. It did win Best Drama Series at the BAFTAs in 2006 and Best Writer for Steven Moffat in 2008, but it has gotten blanked at the Emmys even though Moffat went on to win two Emmys for “Sherlock” and the erstwhile Doctor Matt Smith later earned a bid for “The Crown.” However, “Doctor Who” had a higher profile than ever this season, with a new cast and creative team and a chance at nine nominations. Scroll down to see the show’s full list of submissions on this year’s ballot.

Doctor Who” made history by casting its very first woman in the title role: “Broadchurch” alum Jodie Whittaker is the 13th actor to wield the sonic screwdriver — 14th when you count John Hurt‘s 2013 guest appearances the War Doctor.
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Emmy spotlight: ‘The Good Fight’ wages satiric war, blazes exciting new path in audacious 3rd Season

Emmy spotlight: ‘The Good Fight’ wages satiric war, blazes exciting new path in audacious 3rd Season
At the start of its first season, CBS All Access’s “The Good Fight” seemed like a smart, if not comfortable, extension of CBS’s original Emmy-winning series “The Good Wife.” Creators Robert King and Michelle King shrewdly elevated the criminally-unrewarded Christine Baranski to the lead role of a show designed to bring the duo’s sharp writing to a cast of new and familiar faces. Now three full seasons into its run, “The Good Fight” has shed any semblance of that initial comfortability, blazing a bold and exciting new path as a legal and political thriller.

While the brilliant second season of “The Good Fight” never pulled its political punches, the third season that just wrapped on May 15 smartly paired the show’s signature, nuanced storylines with experimental and audacious changes to its form. Firing on all cylinders, this season of “The Good Fight” proves beyond a reasonable doubt
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‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,’ Netflix and the Emmys TV Movie Crisis (Column)

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As A-list stars and auteurs made their way to TV this decade, “limited series” orders became a way to sign them up without having to lock in full-season commitments. The format has become such a dominant part of modern TV culture that it’s hard to believe that less than a decade ago there were too few miniseries (as the genre was then dubbed) to even mount its own category.

In 2011, the Television Academy merged TV movie and miniseries into one consolidated program field because the number of miniseries entries had dropped below the threshold needed for at least five nominees. Ironically, that same year both PBS’ “Downton Abbey” and FX’s “American Horror Story” premiered — and the success of those shows swiftly became the template for a whole new kind of “limited series” that now dominates the genre.

The impact of “Downton,” a limited series that then became a regular drama,
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Is Downton Abbey on Netflix?

With the Downton Abbey movie on the way this fall, it's officially time to start binge-watching the series in anticipation, whether you've never seen it or simply because you want a refresher on everything that happened in the lives of the Crawley family and their staff before you dive back into the


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Long live the queen! Starz’s ‘The Spanish Princess’ is a lavish spectacle for the senses

Long live the queen! Starz’s ‘The Spanish Princess’ is a lavish spectacle for the senses
Emmy voters need to watch, and bow, to “The Spanish Princess.” Half way through its six episode run, the Starz limited series has been ticking all the right boxes. Visually sumptuous sets and costumes? Check. Cinematography and music to die for? Check. A new take on an old classic, driven by a predominantly female team, where the often forgotten women of Henry VIII‘s Tudor court are spotlighted? Check. A confidently endearing lead performance by relative newcomer Charlotte Hope? Check.

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In “The Spanish Princess,” Hope plays Catherine of Aragon, who eventually marries King Henry VIII to become the queen of England during the 16th century. Adapted from the Philippa Gregory novels “The Constant Princess” and “The King’s Curse,” it is the anticipated sequel to anthology dramas “The White Queen” (2013) and “The White Princess” (2017).

The Tudors
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‘Belgravia’: Tom Wilkinson To Star In Julian Fellowes’ ITV & Epix Period Drama

‘Belgravia’: Tom Wilkinson To Star In Julian Fellowes’ ITV & Epix Period Drama
Exclusive: The Happy Prince star Tom Wilkinson has been cast in Belgravia, Carnival FilmsJulian Fellowes-penned British period drama for ITV and Epix.

Deadline understands that Wilkinson, who was nominated for Oscars for his roles in Michael Clayton and In The Bedroom, will play Peregrine, Earl of Brockenhurst in the six-episode series.

Peregrine, tall and handsome in his youth, is a typical aristocrat who has lived his life according to an accepted code, one that he has never questioned. He loves his wife, however, even if their marriage is a courteous but essentially external affair of form and rule, manner and custom. His family circumstances have brought out his depressive tendencies.

He will star alongside The Crown and Downton Abbey star Harriet Walter, who plays the Countess of Brockenhurst. Elsewhere, Star Trek Into Darkness’ Alice Eve, EpisodesTamsin Greig and Outcast’s Philip Glenister feature.

Belgravia is a tale
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