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Brian Geraghty Puts Hollywood Hills ‘Boat House’ on the Market (Exclusive)

Brian Geraghty Puts Hollywood Hills ‘Boat House’ on the Market (Exclusive)
The Alienist” star Brian Geraghty, who portrays a young Teddy Roosevelt on the TNT period psychodrama, has listed his unconventional and architecturally significant mid-century residence in the Hollywood Hills for a mite below $800,000. He bought the just over 1,100-square-foot, two-story pad almost 12 years ago, shortly before his proverbial big break in “The Hurt Locker,” for $675,000.

One of a couple handfuls of identical “boat house” residences clustered above a rugged canyon in the Cahuenga Pass area, and audaciously cantilevered over a steep hillside with two bedrooms and one bathroom, the tenaciously atypical cottage was designed by maverick architect Harry Gesner and built by Norwegian shipbuilders. The plan, according to a 1959 Los Angeles Times article, was “to combine the relaxed feeling of a Tahitian hut with the strength and friendly warmth of a mountain cabin.”

A clipped gable roof juts out over a street-level concrete expanse that efficiently if inelegantly doubles as the carport and entrance patio.
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Win 10×10 on DVD

To mark the release of 10×10 on 27th August, we’ve been given 3 copies to give away on DVD.

After meticulous planning and preparation, Lewis snatches Cathy off the street and takes her to a remote luxury house, locking her away in a soundproofed room measuring 10 feet by 10 feet. His motive: to have Cathy confess a dark secret that she is determined to keep hidden. However, Cathy has no intention of giving up easily, and proves more than a match for her kidnapper.

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Open to UK residents only The competition will close 30th August 2018 at 23.59 GMT The winner will be picked at random from entries received No cash alternative is available To coincide with Gdpr regulations, competition entry information will not be stored once the competition has ended and the winners have been chosen and prizes sent out.
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Emmy Predictions: ‘Gianni Versace’ Is Front Runner But Can #MeToo Help A Feminist Western Steal Limited Series Crown?

Deadline Awards Columnist and Chief Film Critic Pete Hammond gives his take on contenders in the key categories for the 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards. Here, he breaks down the category of Outstanding Limited Series.

Last season provided a real race between several juggernauts in this category, including Feud: Bette and Joan, Fargo, and eventual winner Big Little Lies, which seemed to sweep up everything in its sight. Well, there’s no new Feud in sight, no new Fargo, and there’s a year to wait for the next batch of Big Little Lies. So that leaves this category with perhaps its most unpredictable and weakest field, at least compared to the 2017 slugfest. Nevertheless, Emmy voters parsed through the list of possibilities and came up with a group that truly does not appear to have a distinct front-runner—although in terms of numbers, producer Ryan Murphy looks to have the best chance
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TNT Orders The Alienist Season Two

Earlier this year, TNT began airing their new horror-drama series The Alienist starring Daniel Brühl (Rush), Luke Evans (The Girl on the Train) and Dakota Fanning. A huge critical and ratings success, the show earned six Emmy Award nominations, including Outstanding Limited Series. And so I guess it makes sense then that TNT has ordered The […]

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The Alienist to get sequel series The Angel of Darkness

After some great success with its Emmy Award-nominated The Alienist, TNT has ordered a sequel series titled The Angel of Darkness. The limited series will reunite The Alienist stars Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning.

Based on Caleb Carr’s follow-up novel to The Alienist, The Angel of Darkness sees Dr. Laszlo Kriezler, John Moore and Sara Howard team up once again to locate the infant daughter of a Spanish dignitary. Throughout the case, the team must deal with rising tensions between Spain and the United States while war in Cuba seems more than likely with every passing day.

“We could not be prouder of The Alienist’s outstanding, award-worthy performance and all of the work the incredible actors and crew put in to bring that story and time period to life,” said Sarah Aubrey, executive vice president of original programming for TNT. “Our audience fell in love with these multi-dimensional,
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The Alienist: "Season Two"; TNT Orders The Angel of Darkness Series

Good news for fans of The Alienist. TNT just announced they've ordered a sequel to the TV show titled The Angel of Darkness.

The follow-up series will see the return of Alienist stars Dakota Fanning, Daniel Bruhl, and Luke Evans. The original drama is based on the best-selling novel by Caleb Carr, which centers on Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl), an alienist, i.e. a criminal psychologist, who helps investigate a serial killer preying on boy prostitutes.

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'The Alienist' sequel 'The Angel Of Darkness' gets TNT order

Stars will return to new story in TNT’s Suspense Collection.

Emmy-nominated limited series The Alienist is getting a sequel, with the TNT cable network ordering a series adaptation of The Angel Of Darkness, novelist Caleb Carr’s 1997 follow-up to The Alienist.

The Alienist stars Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning will play the same characters in the sequel, whose source material, once again set in late 19th century New York, is about the search for the missing infant daughter of a Spanish dignitary visiting the Us.

Like The Alienist, which has been nominated for six Emmys, including best limited series,
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‘Sexy Beast’ Prequel TV Series In Works At Paramount TV & Anonymous Content

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‘Sexy Beast’ Prequel TV Series In Works At Paramount TV & Anonymous Content
Exclusive: The cult British gangster movie Sexy Beast is getting a small-screen prequel. Anonymous Content and Paramount Television have acquired the TV rights to the 2000 film for a TV series that will track the origin story of the Gal Dove, Don Logan and Teddy Bass characters, played in the movie by Ray Winstone, Ben Kingsley and Ian McShane, respectively. Writer Michael Caleo, whose TV credits include The Sopranos and Rescue Me, will write the adaptation.

Directed by Jonathan Glazer from a screenplay by Louis Mellis and David Scinto, the film follows Gal Dove (Winstone) an ex-criminal who had moved to Spain with his wife DeeDee (Amanda Redman) to start a new life, and Don Logan (Kingsley), an old criminal associate who aggressively recruits him for a heist job on behalf of crime lord Teddy Bass (McShane).

The potential series, which will be shopped to cable and streaming networks, will tell
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‘The Alienist’ Will Keep 2018 Limited-Series Emmy Nominations Despite Renewal

  • Variety
TNT’s decision to effectively renew “The Alienist” for a second season will not change the drama’s status as a nominee in two limited-series categories for the 2018 Emmys.

“The Awards Committee reviews categorization on an annual basis,” a Television Academy spokesperson told Variety Thursday. “Some first-year limited series continue the story line into subsequent seasons and are re-categorized as Drama Series, e.g., ‘Downton Abbey,’ and others return with a new, stand-alone story, e.g., ‘American Horror Story,’ which allows them to remain in Limited Series. Dependent upon which direction ‘The Alienist’ goes, the Awards Committee will categorize it accordingly.”

The Academy will not, Variety has learned, revisit the show’s categorization for 2018, considering it “locked in.” “The Alienist” is currently nominated for two Primetime Emmys — for best limited series and best cinematography in a limited series or movie. Voting for the Primetime Emmys is currently open and closes Aug.
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The Alienist Is Coming Back With a New Title, but It's Still the Same Show

We're on to you, TNT!

The network announced Thursday it has ordered a new limited series titled Angel of Darkness. It's based on the novel of the same name, which is the sequel to The Alienist by Caleb Carr. In case you're confused, yes, that is the book that inspired TNT's The Alienist series, and

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TNT Orders ‘The Alienist’ Season 2, Titled ‘The Angel of Darkness’

TNT has given the green-light to The Alienist season 2. Like the Alienist follow-up book of the same name, the new season will be titled The Angel of Darkness. Alienist stars Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning will all reprise their roles for the limited series. Last month, TNT announced that their limited series The Alienist was the first installment […]

The post TNT Orders ‘The Alienist’ Season 2, Titled ‘The Angel of Darkness’ appeared first on /Film.
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‘The Alienist’ to Get Sequel Series ‘The Angel of Darkness’; Lead Actors to Return

Although The Alienist was billed as a “limited series”, these days it turns out series are only limited if they’re unpopular. But The Alienist was a hit for TNT, and fans overwhelmingly wanted to see it return. Now it looks like they’ll get their wish has ordered a sequel series, The Angel of Darkness. Based on the sequel by author Caleb Carr, who wrote the novel The Alienist, the new series will reunite Alienist leads Daniel Bruhl, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning. [caption id="attachment_677874" align="alignright" width="320"] the-alienist-image/caption] Here’s the synopsis for …
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TNT Orders The Angel of Darkness Limited Series as The Alienist Follow Up

It's time to return to New York City of the late 19th Century!

TNT has ordered The Angel of Darkness, a new limited series based on the sequel to best-selling author Caleb Carr’s The Alienist.

A huge critical and ratings success, The Alienist is 2018’s #1 new cable series in 18-49, having reached more than 50 million people across multiple platforms.

It also earned six Emmy Award nominations, including Outstanding Limited Series.

The Alienist’s lead cast including Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning will return for The Angel of Darkness in an all-new storyline.

Related: Daniel Bruhl Q & A: Who's Laszlo Kreizler, Breakthrough Finale Moments and More!

An unflinching, gripping, turn-of-the-century murder mystery amidst the underbelly of New York City’s “Gilded Age,” The Alienist followed Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Brühl), a brilliant and obsessive “alienist” in the controversial new field of treating mental pathologies.

In the first series, Kreizler
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The Alienist Sequel Angel of Darkness Ordered at TNT, Lead Cast to Return

There’ll be another chapter in the story of crime solver Dr. Lazlo Kreizler: TNT has ordered The Angel of Darkness, a limited series that’s a continuation of The Alienist, with that show’s lead cast all set to return.

Stars Daniel Brühl (Dr. Lazlo Kreizler), Luke Evans (John Moore) and Dakota Fanning (Sara Howard) will reprise their roles in The Angel of Darkness, which is based on the follow-up novel by The Alienist author Caleb Carr. Set in New York City’s Gilded Age, The Alienist starred Brühl as a criminal psychologist, or “alienist,” on the trail of
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TNT Orders ‘The Alienist’ Sequel Series ‘Angel of Darkness’

TNT has ordered “The Angel of Darkness,” a limited series based on the sequel to Caleb Carr’s novel, “The Alienist.”

The network adapted Carr’s “The Alienist” in 2018, earning the network six Emmy nominations. The entire lead cast from “The Alienist,” including Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning, will all return for “Angel of Darkness.”

Based on Carr’s 1994 novel, the TNT series starred Brühl as Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a turn-of-the-century criminal psychologist (known as “alienists” in those days) and Evans as newspaper illustrated John Moore, who are called upon by then-New York Police Commissioner Teddy Roosevelt to investigate a series of gruesome murders. Fanning starred as Sara Howard, the first female employed by the NYPD and a liaison between Roosevelt and Moore and Dr. Kreizler.

Also Read: Dakota Fanning on Her 'Alienist' Corset: 'My Body Completely Changed'

“Angel of Darkness,” which Carr wrote in 1997, is set one year after “The Alienist.
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TNT Orders ‘Alienist’ Sequel ‘The Angel Of Darkness’ Limited Series

TNT Orders ‘Alienist’ Sequel ‘The Angel Of Darkness’ Limited Series
TNT has ordered The Angel of Darkness, a new limited series based on the sequel to author Caleb Carr’s bestelling The Alienist, with Alienist stars Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning returning for the follow-up in an all-new storyline.

A huge critical and ratings success, TNT’s The Alienist is 2018’s top new cable series in 18-49, having reached more than 50 million people across multiple platforms. It also earned six Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Limited Series.

A gripping, turn-of-the-century murder mystery amidst the underbelly of New York City’s “Gilded Age,” The Alienist follows Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Brühl), a brilliant and obsessive “alienist” in the controversial new field of treating mental pathologies. In the first series, Kreizler was relentless in his pursuit of a never-before-seen ritualistic killer murdering young boys. He was joined by newspaper illustrator John Moore (Evans) and Sara Howard (Fanning), an ambitious secretary determined to
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‘Alienist’ Sequel ‘The Angel of Darkness’ Ordered by TNT

  • Variety
TNT has ordered “The Angel of Darkness,” a new limited series based on the novel that was a sequel to Caleb Carr’s “The Alienist.” The new project will reunite the main cast of TNT’s original limited series “The Alienist,” including Daniel Brühl, Luke Evans, and Dakota Fanning.

“We could not be prouder of The Alienist’s outstanding, award-worthy performance and all of the work the incredible actors and crew put in to bring that story and time period to life,” said Sarah Aubrey, executive vice president of original programming for TNT. “Our audience fell in love with these multi-dimensional, timeless characters and the journey of their struggles living in complicated times. With this new story in TNT’s Suspense Collection, we will further immerse viewers into their world as they are confronted with a new enemy.”

“The Angel of Darkness” is being billed by TNT as a sequel,
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Anonymous Emmy Ballot: Publicist Says ‘Silicon Valley’ and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Have Gone Downhill, But Raves for ‘Barry’

HBO’s “Barry” was the kind of show that snuck up on the industry and impressed everyone with its complexities. Created by Alec Berg and Bill Hader, the show constantly surprised as it starred Hader as a military vet-turned-hitman who stumbled into an acting class — and saw it as an escape from his tortured, inner demons.

Sprinkled with memorable performances by the legendary Henry Winkler, Stephen Root, Sarah Goldberg, and Anthony Carrigan, the show quickly became a critical favorite — and bigtime Emmy Awards contender. Nominated for 13 Emmys, including outstanding comedy series, the show is also the choice to win big by a publicist who filled out IndieWire’s anonymous Emmy ballot.

“We live in darker than usual times, and “Barry” is the right show for the moment,” the publicist wrote. Their ballot also picked Hader and Winkler for acting wins. Beyond that, the publicist is big on “The Americans,” “Genius: Picasso,
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TNT Renews 'Alienist' With Follow-Up 'Angel of Darkness'

TNT is getting a follow-up to The Alienist, ordering the limited series The Angel of Darkness and reuniting cast Daniel Bruhl, Luke Evans and Dakota Fanning.

Still dubbed a "limited series," the new story follows more source material from author Caleb Carr and will likely arrive some time in 2019. The title switch may help assuage anyone crying foul over the project's recent Emmy nomination for outstanding limited series — a category that now goes out of its way to rule out any projects with multiseason storylines and characters.

“We could not be prouder of The Alienist’...
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Emmys: Introducing ‘Glow,’ ‘Westworld,’ ‘Counterpart’s’ Stories in Seconds

Emmys: Introducing ‘Glow,’ ‘Westworld,’ ‘Counterpart’s’ Stories in Seconds
“Main Title Design” may not sound like the most glamorous Emmy award out there, or even as crucial an element as it is to a series. But while it’s often underrated, a show’s titles do all the heavy lifting right at the start, setting the tone and pace, and giving audiences a taste of what’s to come in terms of themes, characters, visual aesthetic and artistic ambition. It’s a tall order for such a short sequence, but when done right, it economically conveys all that and more, as evidenced by this year’s five Emmy nominees.

The Alienist (pictured above)

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Combined with its pulsing, urgent score, the opening’s flickering montage quickly paints a vivid picture of late-1800s New York City. Gas lamps, the Statue of Liberty, ambitious bridges and buildings under construction all act as a backdrop to the crime-solving drama that follows.
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