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For the People
Shondaland’s newest drama follows brand-new lawyers working for both the defense and the prosecution, handling the most high-profile and high-stakes federal cases in the country — all as their lives intersect in and out of the courtroom. “For the People” — from “Scandal” writer Paul Davies, Shonda Rhimes, and Betsy Beers — stars Britne Oldford, Lyndon Smith, Ben Rappaport, Susannah Flood, Wesam Keesh, Regé-Jean Page, Ben Shenkman, Hope Davis, Vondie Curtis-Hall, and Anna Deavere Smith.
Ten Days in the Valley
“Ten Days in the Valley” stars Kyra Sedgwick as Jane Sadler, an
The network has ordered magician drama Deception and divorce sitcom Splitting Up Together to series, TVLine has learned.
Deception stars Jack Cutmore-Scott (Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life) as a disgraced magician who puts his skills of deception and illusion to work as an FBI consultant, helping the feds catch the world’s most elusive criminals. Chuck executive producer Chris Fedak is the creator/Ep, and Greg Berlanti (The Flash, Arrow) and Martin Gero (Blindspot) are onboard as EPs as well.
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“But that didn’t last very long because the world of it, the tone of it, the character is so different that I actually put that aside,” Laurie told Variety at the premiere for “Chance” at the Harmony Gold theater on Monday night.
Laurie was joined on the black carpet by several of his co-stars as they posed for photos and greeted each other enthusiastically.
“I’m so sorry to interrupt, I had to do that, we can’t just go down (the carpet) without saying hello,” Laurie said about his co-star, Gretchen Mol, mid-interview apologetically after kissing her on the cheek.
Mol’s character on the show is Jaclyn Blackstone, a
Based on the acclaimed novel by Kem Nunn, “Chance” is a provocative, psychological thriller that focuses on Dr. Eldon Chance (Laurie), a San Francisco-based forensic neuropsychiatrist who reluctantly gets sucked into a violent and dangerous world of mistaken identity, police corruption and mental illness. After an ill-advised decision regarding an alluring patient who may or may not be struggling with a multiple personality disorder, Dr. Chance finds himself in the crosshairs of her abusive spouse, who also happens to be a ruthless police detective. In over his head, Dr. Chance’s descent into the city’s wayward underbelly,
Diane Farr has been cast in a recurring role in the Chance TV series for Hulu. The streaming service ordered two 10-episode seasons of this medical thriller, based on the Kem Nunn novel, back in January. Farr played behavioral specialist Megan Reeves, on Numb3rs, which was cancelled by CBS after six seasons.
As it was with his successful House TV series, Chance is both the show title, and the name of the doctor/main character (Dr. Eldon Chance), played by Laurie. Farr is set as Chance's ex-wife, Christina. The cast also includes: Greta Lee, Gretchen Mol, LisaGay Hamilton, Paul Adelstein, and Stefania Lavie Owen.
Forever alum Ioan Gruffudd will recur on the Lifetime drama’s sophomore run, and his arrival might just tee up a Quinn-centric love triangle.
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Per our sister site Variety, Gruffudd will play John Booth, a tech billionaire with his eye on Constance Zimmer’s executive producer (who, in the Season 1 finale, broke things off with Everlasting creator Chet). John is described as an optimistic and curious man who
Principal photography has kicked off in La for the thriller The Deep End from Citizen Skull Production's.
The cast appears to be a killer one, which includes Nora-Jane Noone from the Oscar Nominated Brooklyn and horror hit The Decent, Alexandra Park from the E! Show's The Royals, Tobin Bell from the Saw films and television and movie actress Diane Farr.
The upcoming thriller is being directed by Matt Eskandari. Eskandari previously directed Victim a psychological thriller released by IFC Midnight and the recent movie Game of Assassins for Lionsgate starring Bai Ling. The Deep End was written by Eskandari and Michael Hultquist.
Bell portrayed the widely known iconic antagonist John Kramer/Jigsaw character in all seven “Saw” films spanning from 2004 to 2010. His complex character as a former engineer played games with select peoples' will to live by putting them in elaborate death traps as symbols
Daisy Ridley From Star Wars: The Force Awakens has joined Morgan Spurlock on the executive producer roster for Sundance selection The Eagle Huntress.
Otto Bell directed the Sundance Kids Premiere selection about Aisholpan, a 13-year old Mongolian girl who strives to become the first female eagle hunter in 2,000 years of male dominated history. Aisholpan plans to attend the festival.
“I was deeply moved by Aisholpan’s story and wanted to be a part of this beautiful film,” said Ridley. “I feel audiences and young girls around the world will be as inspired by her story as I was, and I am so proud to share her journey with the world.”
Lisandro Alonso’s Argentinean film Jauja starring Viggo Mortensen won top honours for best Latin American film of the year at the sixth annual Cinema Tropical Awards
Lisandro Alonso’s Argentinean film Jauja starring Viggo Mortensen won top honoursfor best Latin American film of the year at the sixth annual Cinema Tropical Awards in New York on Thursday night.
Panamanian film Invasion by Abner Benaim was named Best Latin American documentary, while Jayro Bustamante’s Ixcanul was honoured with prize Best First Film.
Chile’s Pablo Larraín was named best director for The Club and Mexico’s Betzabé García best director of a documentary for Kings Of Nowhere. For the full list of awards click here.
Vimeo announced in Sundance an initiative to close the gender-equality gap called Share The Screen. The platform will invest in five projects from women this year and provide marketing support and global distribution via Vimeo On Demand. Saturday Night Live cast member Aidy Bryant’s Darby Forever is the first original short from
He’s clearly observing the medium with a close eye, be it what’s on air or what his friends (specifically David Fincher and his stillborn projects) show him, and how that might relate to his apparent love of 48 Hours Mystery or approach to a comparatively light slate of cinematic assignments — specifically: it seems odd that the last time he watched Magic Mike Xxl, a
In this thrilling coming-of-age adventure, a troubled teen must face the dangers of the Alaskan wild, as well as her own past, in order to find her way home. Sent to stay with her uncle in Alaska while her mother is in treatment, 14-year-old Mackenzie (Ella Purnell) is forced to flee as her uncle’s attention turns threatening. Unable to reach her mother and afraid that the authorities will return her to her uncle, she embarks on a journey across miles of wilderness to find a way back home to Seattle. As she plunges deeper into the Alaskan interior, a chance connection with gruff backpacker Bartlett (Bruce Greenwood) proves to be her only lifeline.
The crowdfunded pic is opening on 11 screens nationwide March 6, simultaneous with VOD launch and scattered one-shot showings accompanied by personal appearances. Carolla’s following, plus other familiar comedy faces in support roles, should ultimately guide “Road” toward decent returns in home formats.
The star is basically playing an alternative-universe version of himself, had he not followed
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