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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Christine Horn

Christine Horn’s acting career started when she was young. She’s developed her skills over the years and now appears in many hit television shows and films including “The Good Doctor,” “American Crime Story,” “The Affair,” “Timeless,” “Triple 9,” “Selma,” “The Originals,” “NCIS,” “Mom,” “MacGyver,” “Ray Donovan,” “Greenleaf,” “Shots Fired,” “Being Mary Jane” and “Complications” to name a few. Christine extends her entertainment career into music with her own production company through which she has released some of her own albums. Christine will recur in Season 5 of Amazon’s “Bosch” (as Zazzie Little) and will star in the upcoming Netflix feature

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Christine Horn
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‘Westworld’ Adds Aaron Paul for Season 3

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‘Westworld’ Adds Aaron Paul for Season 3
Aaron Paul has joined the cast of “Westworld” for the HBO’s third season, Variety has confirmed.

The exact nature of Paul’s role is being kept under wraps, but it is believed he will be a series regular on the show. Paul is also currently shooting the Apple drama “Are You Sleeping,” in which he will star opposite Octavia Spencer and Lizzy Kaplan.

Paul also recently starred in the Hulu drama “The Path,” but is best known for the role of Jesse Pinkman on the critically-acclaimed AMC series “Breaking Bad.” He receieved four Emmy nominations for his time on that show, winning three. His other credits include films like “Triple 9,” “Eye in the Sky,” “Long Way Down,” “The Need for Speed,” and “Come Find Me.”

Paul is repped by UTA.

Westworld” recently received 21 Emmy nominations for its second season, including the best drama series award. Last weekend, the
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Aaron Paul Joins ‘Westworld’ Season 3

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Aaron Paul Joins ‘Westworld’ Season 3
Science, bitch! Deadline reports that Aaron Paul is joining the cast of “Westworld” for its upcoming third season, marking the three-time Emmy winner’s return to prestige television after his roles in “Breaking Bad” and “The Path.” No word yet on who the former Jesse Pinkman will be playing, but speculation is sure to abound — especially as “Westworld,” even more than most shows, thrives on encouraging audiences to spend as much time figuring out what might happen next as they do actually watching it.

All three of Paul’s Emmy wins came for his lauded performance opposite Bryan Cranston on “Breaking Bad,” which aired five seasons from 2008–2013 and has become one of the most revered television series of all time; in addition to starring on all three seasons of Hulu’s cult drama “The Path,” he voices Todd Chavez on Netflix’s “BoJack Horseman.” Paul’s silver-screen career includes roles
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Watch an Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Bonus Feature Clip from The Walking Dead Season 8 Blu-ray and DVD

The "All Out War" of The Walking Dead Season 8 brought carnage to all of the communities and characters in the AMC series, and one of the most moving scenes of the entire season took place between Eric (Jordan Woods-Robinson) and Aaron (Ross Marquand). With Lionsgate releasing The Walking Dead Season 8 on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital beginning August 21st, we've been provided with an exclusive bonus feature clip that goes behind the scenes of Eric and Aaron's emotional (and heart-wrenching) scene.

From the Press Release: Santa Monica, CA – Worlds collide as “All Out War” breaks out between the factions when AMC’s blockbuster hit series “The Walking Dead”: The Complete Eighth Season arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital August 21 from Lionsgate. The explosive eighth season bridges the stories between “The Walking Dead” and its spinoff, “Fear the Walking Dead,” leading to a thrilling battle for freedom paved with casualties and tragedy.
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Norman Reedus & STXfilms Ink Genre Feature Deal For ‘Walking Dead’ Star – Comic-Con

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Norman Reedus & STXfilms Ink Genre Feature Deal For ‘Walking Dead’ Star – Comic-Con
Exclusive: Norman Reedus will be taking the stage at Comic-Con today with his compatriots from The Walking Dead, but the actor will also be taking it to the big screen with STXfilms in the not so distant future.

Reedus and the Adam Fogelson-run division of Stx Entertainment have inked a deal to develop a genre feature for the Ride host to both star in and produce, I’ve learned.

Much like the agreements that STXfilms put together with Jason Statham and Guardians of the Galaxy’s David Bautista earlier this year and late last year respectively, the project will be specifically tailored to play to Reedus’ established and not inconsiderable audience of Twd viewers and beyond.

“Norman has steadily built up a devoted fan following across movies and television with memorable performances,” STXfilms chairman Fogelson told me of the project. “Stx is thrilled to collaborate with Norman on this
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China's Vision Film acquires 'Sherlock Gnomes' from MGM

China's Vision Film acquires 'Sherlock Gnomes' from MGM
The animated feature has James McAvoy and Emily Blunt on its voice cast.

China’s Vision Film Entertainment has acquired animated feature Sherlock Gnomes from Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures (MGM) and has scheduled a July 6 theatrical release for the film.

Directed by John Stevenson and written by Ben Zazove, the film is a sequel to Gnomeo And Juliet, which grossed nearly $200m worldwide. The voice cast includes James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Maggie Smith.

Headed by CEO Ricky Qi, Beijing-based Vision Film recently handled the Chinese release of Alex Garland sci-fi horror Annihilation, which grossed around $10m last month,
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Funny Cow movie review: standing up for herself

MaryAnn’s quick take… This is scorched-earth cinema that challenges us to find moments of grace and triumph among misery, cruelty, and emotional frugality. Maxine Peake is absolutely incendiary. I’m “biast” (pro): I’m desperate for movies about women

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto) women’s participation in this film

(learn more about this)

There are movies — rare as they are — about women who do not compromise and make no apologies. And then there’s Funny Cow, as blistering and caustic a film about a no-bullshit woman clawing her way through a man’s world as I’ve ever seen.

This faux biopic of an unnamed (fictional) famous stand-up comic (Maxine Peake) “presumes” that the audience is already aware of who she is, and so it’s not about her work; this is most definitely not a comedy.
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'Wonder Woman' Covers "Glamour"

Take another look at "Wonder Woman" actress Gal Gadot in "Glamour" (Spain) magazine:

Gadot is noted for her role as 'Wonder Woman' in the 'DC Extended Universe', starting with "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" (2016), continuing as the lead in "Wonder Woman" (2017), and in the first part of the "Justice League" films.

At the age of 20, Gadot carried out two years of service as an enlisted soldier in the 'Israel Defense Forces', serving as a combat instructor. She says of her time as a soldier: "You give two or three years, and it's not about you. You learn discipline and respect".

A casting director called to audition her for the part of 'Bond' girl 'Camille Montes' in "Quantum of Solace". She lost the part to Olga Kurylenko, but the same casting director hired Gadot for 'Gisele' in "Fast & Furious", with Gadot performing her own stunts.
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Mary Magdalene movie review: the Gospel of Mary

MaryAnn’s quick take… A fiercely feminist and proudly revisionist historical drama that offers a powerful and much-needed rebuke to modern Christianity. Enrapturingly beautiful and intensely emotional. I’m “biast” (pro): love the cast

I’m “biast” (con): not a fan of “faith-based” movies

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto) women’s participation in this film

(learn more about this)

Why didn’t Jesus have any female Apostles? Well, he kinda did, in Mary Magdalene — technically, Mary of Magdala, the small village in Galilee she was from (maybe); or Mary the Magdalene — who in the contradictory books of the New Testament is either the only person to witness or one of a group of women to witness Jesus’ resurrection. So, why isn’t there a Gospel of Mary? Well, there kinda is, though it was only rediscovered in the late 19th century and is considered to belong to the Apocrypha,
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Den Of Thieves review

Gerard Butler hunts bank robbers as La sheriff Big Nick in Den Of Thieves. It’s a surprisingly good heist thriller, Ryan writes...

Gerard Butler and 50 Cent in a film by the screenwriter of London Has Fallen might sound like a match made in straight-to-dvd heaven, but there’s more going on in Den Of Thieves than guns and machismo. Well, there’s still an awful lot of guns and machismo, but writer-director Christian Gudegast’s feature debut is more inspired by the cool thriller trappings of Michael Mann’s Heat than the ultra-violent London Has Fallen.

See related The Walking Dead: Steven Yeun reflects on Glenn The Walking Dead: TV show will not overtake the comics The Walking Dead season 8 episode 8 review: How It's Gotta Be The Walking Dead: season 9 confirmed

In fact, Den Of Thieves seems so heavily inspired by Michael Mann in its opening third
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Gal Gadot to Receive #SeeHer Award at 23rd Annual Critics' Choice Awards

The Association of National Advertisers (Ana) and The CW Network will partner at the 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards to honor “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot with the #SeeHer Award.

Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins will present Gadot with the award at the star-studded Critics’ Choice Awards gala on Thursday, January 11, 2018, live from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., on The CW Network 8-10 p.m. Et (delayed Pt).

Earlier this year, “Wonder Woman” became the highest-grossing live-action film to be directed by a woman (Jenkins), helping Warner Bros. Pictures cross the $5 billion mark at the global box office in 2017. With Jenkins at the helm and Gadot leading the cast, “Wonder Woman” was more than a financial success, it was also a worldwide phenomenon. Audiences of all ages and genders embraced the character and her fight for justice and humanity in the war to end all wars.

The #SeeHer
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‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 Trailer: John Hillcoat Takes A Bite With ‘Crocodile’

With each season of “Black Mirror,” Charlie Brooker‘s anthology show has only grown more ambitious, attracting bigger names and bigger budgets. Now, with a new home on Netflix, the series which takes a skewed look at the future can attempt even greater feats of storytelling.

The streaming service continues with their episode-by-episode trailer for season 4, with a new look landing for “Crocodile.” The episode comes from director John Hillcoat (“The Proposition,” “The Road,” “Triple 9“), stars Andrea Riseborough, Andrew Gower, and Kiran Sonia Sawar, and as for the story, it involves delving into memories to find out the truth behind an accident.

Continue reading ‘Black Mirror’ Season 4 Trailer: John Hillcoat Takes A Bite With ‘Crocodile’ at The Playlist.
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Justice League movie review: grab ’em by the fanboy

MaryAnn’s quick take… The cinematic equivalent of Trump and Brexit as awfulness brought upon ourselves. Incoherent and cheap-looking. There are no heroes, and everything is broken. I’m “biast” (pro): loved Wonder Woman, liked Man of Steel

I’m “biast” (con): …but not a fan of the other Dceu movies

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

These are the times that try woman’s soul. Trump. Brexit. Harvey Weinstein. Al Franken. (Really? Damn.) Global warming. Syria. Everything is awful. Everything is broken. Blake Shelton is People’s Sexiest Man alive? Christ, someone make it stop.

So it’s actually rather brilliant of Warner Bros and DC to fully embrace the everything-is-shit zeitgeist with a movie that just throws up its hands and agrees that the world and those in charge of it are garbage. Justice League is almost a meta exegesis of reality in
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Revenge Thriller M.F.A. Coming to Blu-ray & DVD on November 28th from Dark Sky Films

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As scary as a cabin in the woods can be, one of the most disturbing backdrops for a film can be the college campus culture, where horrors all too real take place all too often. Such is the case in Natalie Leite’s M.F.A., which made its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival (read Heather's review here) and is coming to Blu-ray and DVD soon following its October theatrical release:

Press Release: Dark Sky Films proudly announces the release date of M.F.A., a critically acclaimed powerful thriller starring Francesca Eastwood in a stand out role. The film, from female director and female screenwriter, takes on the searing current issue of sexual violence on campus and was released theatrically in October of 2017. M.F.A. will be released on blu-ray and DVD November 28, 2017.

M.F.A., which was nominated for the Grand Jury Award at the 2017 SXSW festival, tells a gripping story of a
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Official Trailer for M.F.A. Masters the Art of Revenge in a Predatory College Culture

  • DailyDead
As scary as a cabin in the woods can be, one of the most disturbing backdrops for a film can be the college campus culture, where horrors all too real take place all too often. Such is the case in Natalie Leite’s M.F.A., which made its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival (read Heather's review here) and is now teased in a new trailer from Dark Sky Films ahead of its release this October:

Press Release: Dark Sky Films proudly announces the release date of M.F.A., a critically acclaimed powerful thriller starring Francesca Eastwood in a stand out role. The film, from female director and female screenwriter, takes on the searing current issue of sexual violence on campus. M.F.A. will be released on October 13th.

M.F.A., which was nominated for the Grand Jury Award at the 2017 SXSW festival, tells a gripping story of a young woman forced to
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Gal Gadot to Go ‘Deeper’ Alongside Bradley Cooper in Max Landis-Scripted Thriller

With one major action franchise under her belt in Fast and Furious, and another going strong with the live-action Dceu, Gal Gadot continues to seek roles that will push the boundaries of her career as an actor. Her performance as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman turned the international spotlight in her direction while also opening up opportunities outside the superhero field. Gadot recently starred in the action/comedy Keeping Up with the Joneses and the crime drama Triple 9, but now she's adding a supernatural thriller to her filmography. As THR reports, Gadot is in talks to join MGM'…
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Two New Pics For Black Mirror Season 4 Come From The Future

Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker’s super-stylish and eerily prescient anthology series, is fast approaching its fourth season on the airwaves, and we can hardly wait.

Comprised of six episodes in total – six dark new realities – Brooker’s satirical hit is expected to return sometime before the year’s end, at which point we expect to be nursing a crippling case of techno-paranoia. Until that day arrives, though, Netflix (via Collider) has delivered the next best thing: two action shots for Black Mirror season 4, and they come from the future.

The first, which is lifted from the Jodie Foster-directed “Arkangel,” finds Rosemarie Dewitt supervising what appears to be some form of cerebral experiment. Lean a little closer and you’ll notice that the young girl is staring into a nearby monitor, so perhaps the device hovering close to her skull is able to monitor brainwaves? Whatever the outcome, we imagine
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‘True Detective’ Season 3: Everything You Need to Know

‘True Detective’ Season 3: Everything You Need to Know
True Detective” Season 3 is starting to feel real. It’s been more than two years since Nic Pizzolatto’s HBO anthology series aired its last episode, and for the longest time it felt like the next one was a long way off, at best. Viewers may still have a bit of a wait in front of them, but it’s actually happening: HBO has given the official greenlight to a new season of “True Detective.”

Fans now know enough to get excited. Or anxious. Or to feel whatever it is they feel when a show as hotly discussed as “True Detective” is embarking on another case.

Read More:‘Twin Peaks’: 7 Powerful Moments When Kyle MacLachlan Barely Moves

Below, IndieWire has gathered the relevant facts and information released about Season 3. This article will be updated regularly to keep things current, and readers can access specific breaking news articles at the bottom of the page.
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Detroit movie review: racism 101 for white people

MaryAnn’s quick take… Tense, gripping, enraging, but only about things that black Americans already know. This is a primer about racism for white people, and we must pay attention. I’m “biast” (pro): nothing

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

Detroit is a movie about racism in America for white people. It mostly does not center black characters except as victims. Its villain — a murderously racist white cop — is also its protagonist. A movie about racism in America for white people isn’t the most terrible idea ever: Detroit wants to show us white people how the systematic weight of endless injustice weighs on black people, psychologically as well as physically, because of entrenched racism, not only of the actively vicious kind but also of the “I’m not getting involved, I’m just minding my own business” kind.
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Cryptic First Teaser For Black Mirror Season 4 Confirms Cast And Episode Titles

Six new realities await.

Netflix has today unveiled the freaky first teaser for Black Mirror season 4, along with the stellar cast list and official episode titles. In keeping with the show’s knack for puzzles and confounding, reality-altering mystery, the trailer above is a super-sleek and fairly ominous peek at those “six new stories,” all of which come from the mind of series creator and showrunner, Charlie Brooker.

Remaining behind the scenes for the time being, today also brings confirmation that Jodie Foster directed season 4’s pilot episode, “Arkangel,” with Toby Haynes (Sherlock), John Hillcoat (Triple 9) and David Slade (Hannibal) also receiving credits. Casting-wise, Black Mirror has added the likes of Jesse Plemons (Fargo), Jimmi Simpson (Westworld) and Rosemarie Dewitt (La La Land) to its ranks, and the first-look teaser shows Netflix’s dark, prescient anthology series venturing into full-blown sci-fi territory. One would assume that Star Trek-esque
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