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Will There Ever Be a Dexter Reboot? Michael C. Hall Says "It's a Possibility"

I've never been betrayed so deeply than I was on the night of Sept. 22, 2013: the night Dexter aired its series finale.

Ok, Ok, it wasn't that serious. But after sticking with Michael C. Hall's titular antihero - a blood spatter analyst for the Miami Pd by day, a serial killer who only murders other serial killers by night - for a long eight seasons, the series finale was the ultimate letdown. The creative forces behind the Showtime thriller decided to end the series with one of the most bizarre, unsatisfying twists in TV history, one that fans (myself included) are still confused by.

Instead of letting Dexter die in a meaningful sacrifice or be the dad he always wished he could be, the character decides to abandon his young son with a known murderer (The Handmaid's Tale's Yvonne Strahovski) and leave Florida so he can become . . . a lumberjack.
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MipTV Quiet, Canneseries Divides Opinions

Cannes — MipTV closed Thursday its quietest edition in years, wracked by French air and rail strikes, dreary weather and most important market change and larger competition from February’s BBC Showcase and May’s L.A. Screenings.

2018 MipTV attendance came in around 10,000, said Laurine Garaude, director of Reed Midem’s Television Division, which organizes the content trade fair. That compares to official estimates of 11,000 for 2016 and 10,500 for 2017. Some “hundreds” of participants were no-shows because of the strikes, addedJerome Delhaye, Reed Midem director of the entertainment division.

In a bigger picture, however, as broadcast networks restructure as content creator-owners, not passive broadcasters of acquired product,
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TV Review: Harlan Coben’s ‘Safe’ on Netflix

When you walk past a rack of books in an airport, you’re likely to see a few by Harlan Coben. There’s a reason his books are popular, even among those not about to board a long flight. Like his new TV thriller “Safe,” they are efficient suspense delivery systems, and any deficiencies in character development are usually overshadowed by the satisfying tick-tock nature of the plot and the interlocking mysteries threatening upscale people who find themselves spiraling into trouble.

“Safe,” Coben’s second foray into TV after the U.K. series “The Five,” has a mostly British cast,
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Michael C. Hall on ‘Dexorcism’ and New Netflix Series ‘Safe’

Michael C. Hall on ‘Dexorcism’ and New Netflix Series ‘Safe’
Michael C. Hall plays a Brit in his new series “Safe” and relishes the challenge. “As an American actor, I often see people from the U.K. or Australia or anywhere else come and play Americans and that’s perfectly acceptable, but I like the idea of turning the tables,” he told Variety from Cannes.

Eight-part drama “Safe” will play on Netflix internationally and on Canal+’s C8 channel in France. Hall plays Tom, a pediatric surgeon who is raising his two teenage daughters Jenny and Carrie alone after the death of his wife. When Jenny sneaks out and goes to a party,
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‘Safe’ Creator Harlan Coben To Head Canneseries Jury Alongside ‘The Wire’s Michael Kenneth Williams

Author Harlan Coben, creator of forthcoming Netflix drama Safe, is head to the jury at the first ever Canneseries event in April. Coben, who also created Sky drama The Five as well as over 30 novels, is head the jury at the event, which sits alongside Mip TV in France, alongside The Wire and Boardwalk Empire star Michael Kenneth Williams, German actor Paula Beer (Bad Banks), screenwriter and director Audrey Fouché (Memories Corner), Turkish actor Melisa Sözen (Winter Sleep
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Harlan Coben to Head Canneseries Jury

Bestselling author Harlan Coben will preside over the official competition jury at the inaugural edition of Canneseries, which runs April 7-11.

The other jury members are German actress Paula Beer, French screenwriter and director Audrey Fouché, Turkish actress Melisa Sözen, Chilean-Canadian composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer, and U.S. actor Michael Kenneth Williams.

The jury will watch the first episodes of 10 international series and decide which will take home the six awards handed out on April 11. The awards ceremony will be broadcast live on pay-tv network Canal Plus, whose owner, Canal Plus Group, is a partner with Canneseries.

“This is
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Harlan Coben to chair first Canneseries Competition Jury

Harlan Coben to chair first Canneseries Competition Jury
Actors Paula Beer and Michael Kenneth Williams also on the panel.

Canneseries has revealed the six members of the jury for its Official Competition, which will take place from April 7-11.

Writer/producer Harlan Coben will be president of the Jury, with his upcoming Netflix Original drama series Safe starring Michael C. Hall closing the event at the Palais des Festivals on April 11.

Other jury members are actress Paula Beer (Frantz, Bad Banks); screenwriter Audrey Fouché (Memories Corner); actress Melisa Sözen (Winter Sleep); composer Cristobal Tapia De Veer (Black Mirror) and actor Michael Kenneth Williams (The Wire, Boardwalk Empire).

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Inaugural CannesSeries Jury Unveiled

Harlan Coben, best-selling author of the Myron Bolitar and Stand Alone crime series and creator of upcoming Netflix series Safe, will head up the international jury for the inaugural CannesSeries festival, the new TV fest to launch this year ahead of industry event Miptv.

Coben, whose TV work includes the original British crime drama The Five and the French series No Second Chance (adapted from his novels), will judge the 10 international dramas screening at CannesSeries, which runs April 7–11. Joining him on the jury are The Wire actor Michael Kenneth Williams, German actress Paula Beer (Frantz), French screenwriter and...
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‘Versailles’ Set as Canneseries Festival Curtain-Raiser

‘Versailles’ Set as Canneseries Festival Curtain-Raiser
Versailles” is coming to Cannes — the first episode of the latest season of the drama series will open the inaugural Canneseries TV festival.

French-set period drama “Versailles” looks at the rule of King Louis Xiv, and festival goers at Canneseries will get the first look at the new season on April 4 inside the Palais des Festivals, ahead of its launch on Canal+. The team behind the series will also be in attendance. It will not play in the competition section, which is being opened by Jean-Jacques Annaud’s “The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair” on April 7.

Season three of “Versailles” opens after Louis has won a war with Holland and continues with his empire-building. His people are, however, restless and unhappy to be paying for the monarch’s extravagances. As the politics and power struggles play out, a mysterious prisoner, hidden behind a mask, presents a new threat to the King.

“Versailles” is produced
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Michael C. Hall Is Back On TV With Netflix’s “Safe”

Michael C. Hall Is Back On TV With Netflix’s “Safe”
In the world of streaming services that are quickly taking over the realm of entertainment as we know it, we are seeing many stars and actors make their comebacks and/or are taking many projects that are only available to viewers in this light. One of the most recent actors to make their return to a series is that of Michael C. Hall, who many fans will recognize for his work on the hit series ‘Dexter’, which ended back in 2013. His new Netflix series, which is entitled ‘Safe’, is set to be released on the streaming service sometime within the

Michael C. Hall Is Back On TV With Netflix’s “Safe
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CanneSeries to Close with Michael C. Hall’s ‘Safe’

CanneSeries announced Wednesday that a first screening of author Harlan Coben’s “Safe,” produced by Studiocanal’s Red Production Company (“Happy Valley”), will bring down the curtain on the inaugural edition of the week-long TV festival.

Running April 4-11, the major international part of CannSeries takes place at Cannes’ Palais des Festivals, parallel to the well-established MipTV market.

Joining Coben for the closing ceremonies will be the series’ lead actors, Michael C. Hall (“Dexter,” “Six Feet Under”) and Audrey Fleurot (“The Intouchables,” “Midnight in Paris”).

The series is produced by Nicola Shindler’s Manchester-based Red for C8 in France, and Netflix internationally.

Red has been an influential force in independent, high-end TV content in the U.K. since they first kicked off with the iconic and, at the time, highly controversial “Queer as Folk.” In the two decades since, the company has produced content for nearly every major British broadcaster, as well as the 2016 series “Paranoia,
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Boaz Yakin’s Horror Thriller ‘Boarding School’ Acquired By Momentum Pictures

Boaz Yakin’s Horror Thriller ‘Boarding School’ Acquired By Momentum Pictures
Exclusive: Momentum Pictures announced today that they have acquired the domestic distribution rights to the Maven Pictures horror Boarding School from Boaz Yakin. Written and directed by Yakin (Remember the Titans, Safe), the pic is produced by Maven Pictures’ Trudie Styler (Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, Still Alice, American Honey) and Celine Rattray (The Kids Are All Right, Still Alice, American Honey) as well as Scott Lochmus (The Joneses, London Town), and…
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Chad Stahelski interview: John Wick 2, Highlander

Matt Edwards Feb 17, 2017

The director of John Wick 2 on fight scenes, Keanu Reeves, the Highlander remake, Jason Statham and John Wick 3...

With John Wick co-director David Leicht off directing Deadpool 2, Chad Stahelski returns to take sole control over follow up to the brilliant, Keanu Reeves starring shoot ‘em up. We sat down with the former stuntman to talk about how he creates such beautiful carnage in John Wick Chapter 2, as well as grabbing updates on the future of the John Wick franchise and his upcoming Highlander remake.

Why John Wick 2? Why’ve you made a second one?

There’s all the fiduciary reasons for the studio. For me, on a personal level, we were very fortunate. The first movie did really well. My partner Dave (Leicht), and I got a lot of other offers to do projects and step into other people’s shoes and do other sequels.
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#BuryYourGays: 27 Lgbt TV Characters Killed Off in 2016, From ‘Empire’ to ‘Game of Thrones’ (Photos)

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#BuryYourGays: 27 Lgbt TV Characters Killed Off in 2016, From ‘Empire’ to ‘Game of Thrones’ (Photos)
Edward Meechum (Nathan Darrow), House of Cards Frank Underwood’s bodyguard was promoted to Secret Service when he became president, had a three-way with first couple Frank (Kevin Spacey) and Claire (Robin Wright) and died taking a bullet for the president. Jack Downey (Tanner Buchanan), The Fosters An awkward bespectacled foster teen who befriends Callie and Jude – and shares a kiss with Jude – before his foster dad murders him. Denise Cloyd (Merritt Wever), The Walking Dead A medic for the Alexandria Safe-Zone, she planted a kiss on Tara’s lips at one point. But she becomes the first victim
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36 Actors Who Could Be The 007th James Bond

Simon Columb with 36 actors who could be the 007th James Bond…

Straight off the bat, we’ve got to be open-minded about what defines James Bond. I’d argue that James Bond needs to be have a smart, smooth presentation with a brawling, rough depth beneath the surface. The whole backstory needs to be buried in the character. He needs to be ever-so-slightly uncomfortable in a tuxedo but to such a small extent that it carries the swagger that demands the attention of others in the room. There’s no particular figure, height, age or race that defines this presentation. Being a bit smarmy with the ladies is almost an expectation – especially as ‘Bond Girl’ is so rooted in the series. But, considering M was the Bond Girl in Skyfall, I can appreciate this may need a slight update. Nevertheless, a Jane Bond can’t be entirely off the table.
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Blumhouse horror Visions set for DVD release in June, watch the trailer here

Lionsgate Home Entertainment has announced that Blumhouse Productions’ terrifying horror Visions is set to arrive on DVD and Digital HD here in the UK this June. The film, whcih is directed by Kevin Greutert, stars Isla Fisher, Anson Mount, Eva Longoria, Jim Parsons, Joanna Cassidy and Gillian Jacobs. Check out the synopsis and trailer below…

Leaving her hectic city lifestyle behind, young mother-to-be Eveleigh (Isla Fisher, Now You See Me), joins her husband David (Anson Mount, Safe), at their beautiful new vineyard home only to be plagued by terrifying noises and visions of a sinister hooded figure. No one else hears or sees these hallucinations, not even David, who grows increasingly worried about his wife’s well-being. Desperate to prove her sanity, Eveleigh hunts down locals who reveal the haunted history of the vineyard in which she now resides. But when the pieces come together, the answer is far different
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Ruzanna Kegeyan joins Arclight Films as executive VP of sales and acquisitions

Ruzanna Kegeyan.

Ruzanna Kegeyan has joined Arclight Films as executive vice president of sales and acquisitions..

.The addition of Ruzanna to our team elevates the status of Arclight Films and increases our global outreach capabilities exponentially., said Arclight's MD Gary Hamilton..

.She brings an immense amount of knowledge and resources to the table including a powerful focus as well as connections in all major markets, from North America to China and beyond. We are delighted she is onboard..

Kegeyan most recently served as President of Synchronicity Entertainment, the vanguard division of The Solution Entertainment Group. In addition to overseeing worldwide sales and acquisitions for the company, she handled sales for key territories for Solution. .

On the Synchronicity side, she sold and packaged such films as Cooties starring Elijah Wood. On the Solution side, she was responsible for sales of films such as Laggies, starring Kiera Knightley, Chloe Moretz and Sam Rockwell,
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Movie News: Jason Statham Heads to TV; Watch New 'The Last Witch Hunter' and 'Point Break' Trailers

Viva La Madness: We heard back in June that Jason Statham (above in Safe) would star in Viva La Madness, based on a book by J.J. Connolly, who wrote it as a followup to his novel Layer Cake, which itself served as the basis for a 2004 film starring Daniel Craig. Now it's been decided to adapt the book as a TV show rather than a movie, with plans to make at least 10 one-hour episodes. It will be the first television series for Statham, who will play a drug dealer who managed to retire early, but finds himself 'itching' to get back in the business. [Digital Spy]   The Last Witch Hunter Trailer: Vin Diesel stars in a new trailer for The Last Witch Hunter, which features a plethora of action as the titular character does battle againt history's most...

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News Briefs: Jason Statham Heads to TV; Watch New 'Last Witch Hunter' and 'Point Break' Trailers

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Viva La Madness: We heard back in June that Jason Statham (above in Safe) would star in Viva La Madness, based on a book by J.J. Connolly, who wrote it as a follow-up to his novel Layer Cake, which itself served as the basis for a 2004 film starring Daniel Craig. Now it's been decided to adapt the book as a TV show rather than a movie, with plans to make at least 10 one-hour episodes. It will be the first television series for Statham, who will play a drug dealer who managed to retire early,...

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Watch a montage of Jason Statham punching people

Since his debut in Guy Ritchie’s 1998 film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, actor Jason Statham has emerged in the past few years as one of the leading action heroes currently working, with his popularity being proven by the fact that the Transporter series, which he headlined for the first three films, has gone on to a tv show adaptation and will be rebooted in theatres next weekend with The Transporter Refueled. That’s not the only action franchise Statham has headlined, however, as he has also been the leading man in the Crank films and been a part of the Expendables franchise and, more recently, the Fast and Furious franchise.

Action heroes often have to throw lots of punches onscreen, and Statham has been no exception in this regard. Now the youtube channel Burger Fiction has put together a compilation of the numerous punches Statham has thrown onscreen
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