This trailer comes just a week after the first look photo was released, featuring Claire Foy's lead character trying to call the authorities, to let them know she's being held against her will. The nurse informs her that the police get a slew of calls just like that from this facility every week,
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In the above video, Moore’s nurse Claudia takes a cue from the classic thriller Misery and chains up Lucious in a cabin, while Cookie searches for her missing ex.
“I will slit her throat,” Claudia threatens, holding a very sharp knife. (She’s also got an ax, so Cookie better watch her back.)
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* Hannah Waddingham (Game of Thrones) will
While there is no clear-cut confirmation that this flashback is taking place, Scarlett Johansson is seen wearing the same tan coat from the opening scenes of Captain America: Civil War, and her hairstyle is the same as it was in that scene as well. The scene in question was an epic fight in Lagos, which involved
“BAFTA is committed to celebrating extraordinary British talents on a global platform, and we could not think of a more deserving and timely honoree,” the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles Chairman Kieran Breen said. “Claire is the perfect encapsulation of the enduring legacy of British talent succeeding on a global stage. Her performances this year have been nothing short of phenomenal.”
Foy joins honorees Dick Van Dyke, who will receive the Britannia Award for Excellence in Television, and Ava DuVernay, who will receive the John Schlesinger Britannia Award for Excellence in Directing presented by
The English actress is a major breakout of 2016 for playing Queen Elizabeth II. She won the Globe for best actress in a drama TV series in January and also is nominated for a SAG Award. A second season of the show has been commissioned.
Foy has previously played Anne Boleyn in BBC2's Wolf Hall and starred on the NBC series Crossbones. She will star opposite Andrew Garfield in the upcoming film Breathe, directed by Andy Serkis.
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The eight-episode series, represented by BBC Worldwide, is set in the world of French haute couture after World War II. It features Tom Riley (“Da Vinci’s Demons,” “Kill Your Friends”), Mamie Gummer (“The Good Wife,” “Ricki and the Flash”), Richard Coyle (“Crossbones,” “Life of Crime,” “Going Postal”) and Alix Poisson (“Disparue,” “3xManon,” “Parents mode d’emploi”).
“The Collection” tells the story of “an illustrious Paris fashion house emerging from the dark days of the Occupation. This gripping family saga, centered on two very different brothers, exposes the grit behind the glamour and the treachery beneath the trappings of this empire, and all who work there,” according to a statement.
From January, the show will air exclusively on Tencent’s Qq platform, available to more than 830 million active Qq accounts. Tencent
The Collection, which already aired on Amazon in the U.K. earlier this year, has been picked up by Chinese internet giant Tencent following a deal with BBC Worldwide.
The eight-episode drama from Oliver Goldstick (Pretty Little Liars, Ugly Betty, Desperate Housewives) centers on a Parisian fashion house after WWII and stars Tom Riley (Da Vinci's Demons, Kill Your Friends), Mamie Gummer (The Good Wife, Ricki and the Flash), Richard Coyle (Crossbones, Life of Crime, Going Postal) and Alix Poisson (Disparue, 3xManon, Parents mode d’emploi).
Tencent will air the show on its Qq platform — available to over 830 million active Qq accounts —...
Synopsis: "After one of her tribe sets an American camp ablaze, a young Mohawk warrior finds herself pursued by a battalion of military renegades bent on revenge. Fleeing deep into the woods they call home, Oak and Calvin, along with their British companion Joshua, must now fight back against the bloodthirsty Colonel Holt and his soldiers - using everything the labyrinthine forest can offer."
Directed by Ted Geoghegan (We Are Still Here), Mohawk stars Kaniehtiio Horn (Hemlock Grove), Jonathan Huber (WWE Superstar Luke Harper), Eamon Farren (Twin
Based on Emily Brady's best-selling book and boasting a script by Michael A. Lerner ("Love and Mercy"), the story revolves around the Northern California community that for nearly four decades has existed primarily on the cultivation and sale of marijuana.
The author spent a year living among the town's secretive residents and offers an intimate look at how the looming legalization impacts the community. Malkovich will star as the patriarch of the Humboldt crime family.
Malkovich, Lerner, Elliot Webb, Alissa Philips, Alex Goldstone, Jennifer Rawlings and Adam Shulman will executive produce and Carl Franklin is set to direct. Malkovich's last TV series regular role was as Blackbeard in "Luther" creator Neil Cross' shortlived NBC drama "Crossbones".
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The Oscar nominee will star in Sony’s Humboldt as the titular head of a California marijuana family dynasty.
John Malkovich, always the skilled master of quiet command and barely controlled rage, has been selected for the lead role in Humboldt, a drama from Sony Pictures TV centred around the secretive Northern California community of marijuana growers. The Oscar-nominated actor will play the head of a family-run criminal organisation fighting for survival in the age of legalization.
The drama series is based on the best-selling book, Humboldt: Life On America’s Marijuana Frontier, by Emily Brady. Brady spent a year living in the California community whose residents have depended upon the marijuana trade for over 40 years. Based on the real-life history of the area which spans generations, the drama will seek to tell the stories Brady uncovered in her journalistic investigations.
Humboldt was written on spec by
Press Release: Dark Sky Films and Snowfort Pictures have announced they will reteam and continue their multi-picture deal with writer-director Ted Geoghegan on Mohawk, the follow-up to his critical and commercial horror hit We Are Still Here. The film is set to star Tiio Horn (Hemlock Grove, Blank Paige), a Mohawk native herself. Principle photography begins today in upstate New York.
The new project reteams Geoghegan with We Are Still Here producer Travis Stevens, producer Greg Newman and co-screenwriter Grady Hendrix, best-selling author of Horrorstör.
Kaniehtiio Horn (Hemlock Grove, Blank Paige) stars in Mohawk, an intense horror and action tale. After one of her
Netflix has announced that Season 2 of the adventure drama will release globally on July 1. The cast for the 10-episode sophomore run includes Lorenzo Richelmy (as Marco Polo), Michelle Yeoh (the Handmaiden), Benedict Wong (Kublai Khan), Joan Chen (Empress Chabi), Zhu Zhu (Kokachin), Tom Wu (Hundred Eyes), Olivia Cheng (Mei Lin), Claudia Kim (Khutulun), Rick Yune (Kaidu), Remy Hii (Prince Jingim), Mahesh Jadu (Ahmad) and Uli Latukefu (Byamba), among others.
Netflix also has released a teaser that touts a November 4 global release date for The Crown,
The Anglo-French co-production, which is set in the world of French haute couture after World War II, will have its global launch Monday at MipTV. Amazon Prime holds the U.K. rights to the miniseries, which is co-commissioned and distributed international by BBC Worldwide. Lookout Point, whose credits include “Ripper Street” and “War and Peace,” produces the show.
Actors Tom Riley (“Da Vinci’s Demons,” “Kill Your Friends”), Mamie Gummer (“The Good Wife,” “Ricki and the Flash”), Richard Coyle (“Crossbones,” “Life of Crime,” “Going Postal”) and Alix Poisson (“Disparue,” “3xManon,” “Parents mode d’emploi”) will be joined at the Cannes event by Goldstick, the director Dearbhla Walsh (“Penny Dreadful,” “The Tudors,” “Esio Trot”) and executive producers Anne Thomopoulos (“Rome,” “Band of Brothers
Endemol Shine Studios, Entertainment 360, and Diogenes are behind the show, which had been hunting for a writer ever since the studios struck a deal with the Highsmith estate to build a TV property around the Tom Ripley character last year. Cross is a great get for the project; though his ventures outside of Luther, including NBC’s mediocre pirate show Crossbones, haven’t been nearly as well-received, the guy knows how to craft strong male protagonists, and Ripley certainly fits the bill.
Highsmith’s 1950s-set novels all revolved around Ripley, a con artist and serial killer whose lack of morality and personal greed often lead him to commit heinous acts.
Amazon Prime has the exclusive rights in the U.K. to the eight-part drama series, which is co-commissioned and distributed by BBC Worldwide internationally. Lookout Point, whose credits include “Ripper Street” and “War and Peace,” produces the show.
“The Collection” is the story of an illustrious Paris fashion house, emerging from the dark days of the Nazi Occupation, now ushering in a new golden age of design and business. Centered on two very different brothers, the drama “exposes the grit behind the glamour and the treachery beneath the trappings of this empire, and all who work there.”
Coyle (“Crossbones,” “Life of Crime,” “Going Postal”) plays Paul Sabine,
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