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Trust: new trailer for Danny Boyle's series

Joseph Baxter Nick Harley Kirsten Howard Jan 10, 2018

Danny Boyle’s new crime series, Trust, focuses on the Getty kidnapping. An impressive cast has been assembled...

FX recently expanded its prestige drama lineup with Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle’s new anthology series, titled Trust. This particular offering dramatises one of the most intriguing public criminal incidents of recent history with the ransom-seeking kidnapping of curly-locked young heir John Paul Getty III, which shockingly resulted in apparent indifference and noncompliance from the family patriarch.

While this story might ring familiar to those who caught All the Money In The World, the latest film from director Ridley Scott, expect this limited series to delve deeper into the Getty calamity.

A new trailer for the series has just arrived. Take a look...

Trust release date

Trust is set to debut in the Us on 25th March. We'll bring you the UK broadcast details when we have them.
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Tyrant Season 3 Episode 9 Review: How to Live

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Choosing sides may be necessary, but it's also not without consequences.

Daliyah's in jail, Fauzi's in exile, and Leila's staring down an army. Nafisa's having a breakdown, Molly's lost her damn mind, and Ahmed and Sammy are taking the idea of sibling rivalry to new levels.

All while Barry desperately tries to assert his power and ignore his nagging conscience.

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Tyrant Season 3 Episode 9 sure gave us a lot to digest!

Daliyah's arrest on Barry's orders was a surprise to no one but herself – her over confidence about their relationship protecting her was a dead give away about how things were going to end up.

While part of me wanted her to go to Jordan with Fauzi, it does work better for the story for her to stay.

I'm curious about how long this hunger strike will last, and when Barry will resort to force feeding her.
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Forever and a Day | Blu-ray Review

What may be most surprising about Katja von Garnier’s music doc Forever and a Day, a contemporary portrait of iconic hard rock/heavy metal German band The Scorpions, is to note their five decades worth of musical presence. Formed by Rudolf Schenker in 1965, the band allowed Garnier to tag along as they embarked on what was meant to be their Final Sting tour, an eighteen month stretch of performances which were set to wrap up in Munich. However, based on the jubilant reaction as they performed, the band decided to then extend the tour. The result becomes a ruminative pondering on the nature of an artist’s retirement and what happens when creative outlets are eventually restrained. In between playdates, Garnier completes a historical portrait of the band’s ups and downs throughout the past fifty years.

As one of the band’s managers remarks early on, “it’s
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Suffragette movie review: then they fight you (#LFF2015)

The first feature film ever about the women who fought for their right to vote is glorious. It is angry and passionate and defiant. It is essential. I’m “biast” (pro): I’m desperate for stories about women; love the cast

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

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

Votes for women!

Campaigns to include women in the democratic process via voting have been going on for centuries. There are places in the world that we would consider the height of civilization — *cough* Switzerland *cough* 1971 *cough* — that have only just afforded women this basic human dignity within my lifetime. (I’m not terribly old.) For the first time ever, women in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to vote in local elections happening this December. This fight has concerned half the human race and won’t officially end until that first Saudi woman
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'Leverage' star Timothy Hutton joins ABC's 'American Crime'; Mary-Louise Parker leads NBC's 'Feed Me'

ABC's drama project "American Crime" is lining up one of the deepest casts you'll find this pilot season. The latest addition is Timothy Hutton, who has landed a lead role in the show.

The pilot, from "12 Years a Slave" Oscar winner John Ridley, is about a racially charged murder trial in California's Central Valley and its effect on those involved. Hutton, formerly of TNT's "Leverage," will play the father of the murder victim. His character is a gambling addict who has managed to turn his life around.

Felicity Huffman ("Desperate Housewives") is in talks to play Hutton's wife, and Penelope Ann Miller has signed on to play the mother of the victim's wife, who was badly beaten when her husband was killed. The cast also includes Benito Martinez ("The Shield"), W. Earl Brown ("Deadwood"), Caitlin Gerard, Elvis Nolasco and Richard Cabral.

Other pilot casting:

- "Weeds" star Mary-Louise Parker will
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'Mary and Martha': Hilary Swank and Brenda Blethyn overcome cultural differences in the name of a common crusade

Sometimes, it takes a familiar face to put a face on a problem ... even one that is international in scope.

Two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank is no stranger to championing social causes, and she takes up another as she and "My Left Foot" Oscar nominee Brenda Blethyn play the title roles in the HBO drama movie "Mary and Martha" Saturday, April 20. Written by Richard Curtis ("Love Actually," "Four Weddings and a Funeral") and filmed largely in South Africa, the BBC and NBC Universal co-production tells the story of two very different women who unite to crusade against malaria after both lose sons to the illness.

Mary (Swank) is an American who takes her child (Lux Haney-Jardine, "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter") away from bullying classmates for an "adventure" abroad, and Martha (Blethyn) is an Englishwoman whose son (Sam Claflin, "Snow White and the Huntsman") volunteers at an African orphanage. After both
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The Top 10 Actors Who Should Return To TV

By Rachel Bennett

Television Editor & Columnist

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Movies used to be gold standard for actors, with George Clooney, Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio leaving the small screen for the big to achieve great professional and financial success.

However, times are changing, and many actors who left TV to work in movies are coming back, including Eddie Murphy, Robin Williams and Michael J. Fox. Due to the addition of cable and subscription-based original programming, better roles are being created that will give actors a chance for the recognition, awards and job security that movies no longer provide. Just look at Claire Danes, who returned to TV to star in Showtime’s Homeland, for which she’s nominated for an Emmy.

There are several actors who should return to TV, but not all of them will. Take a look at the top 10 TV stars who’ve left TV but should return:

10. America Ferrera
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Vera Farmiga To Star In A&E’s ‘Psycho’ Prequel Series ‘Bates Motel’ As Norma Bates

Vera Farmiga To Star In A&E’s ‘Psycho’ Prequel Series ‘Bates Motel’ As Norma Bates
In her return to television, Vera Farmiga is set for the plum female lead in A&E’s upcoming series Bates Motel, which serves as a prequel to Alfred Hitchcock horror classic Psycho and examines the twisted relationship between serial killer-to-be Norman Bates and his mother Norma. Farmiga will play Norma Louise Bates who is described as passionate, and compelling, a smart, multidimensional character who is always capable of surprising us. The Universal TV-produced Bates Motel has a 10-episode straight-to-series order for a 2013 premiere. Former Lost co-showrunner Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin (Parenthood) serve as writers-executive producers. “We are delighted to welcome Vera Farmiga to Bates Motel,” Cuse said. “She is a phenomenal talent who has demonstrated incredible range and intelligence in a number of landmark film roles, and we couldn’t be more excited to have her join our project.” Bates Motel had been developed as a miniseries when
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'Breaking Bad' casts Laura Fraser in 'integral' Season 5 role

Walter White may be out from under the thumb of Gus Fring, but he won't be completely rid of him on Season 5 of "Breaking Bad."

The AMC series has cast Laura Fraser ("The Boys Are Back," "A Knight's Tale") in what creator Vince Gilligan calls an "important" role for Season 5, EW reports. She'll play Lydia, a former associate of Fring's (Giancarlo Esposito) who comes into Walt's (Bryan Cranston) orbit and is both "integral to the proceedings of season 5" and "nervous about her place in the world," Gilligan says.

She joins fellow newcomer Jesse Plemons ("Friday Night Lights") in the Season 5 cast. Lydia makes her first appearance in the second episode.

Fraser, a native of Scotland, has also appeared in "Vanilla Sky," "Titus" and the HBO movie "Iron Jawed Angels," in addition to several TV series in the U.K.

"Breaking Bad" premieres at 10 p.m. Et July 15 on AMC.
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Hilary Swank Is Dropped By PR Team After Chechnya Backlash

Hilary Swank has been going through quite the decable ever since receiving a ton of backlash when she attended a birthday party for Chechen president Ramzan Kadyrov on Oct. 5. She made a speech at the event mentioning how she did her 'research' before attending and only later finding out that Kadyrov was accused of murdering some of his political rivals.

After the incident Swank fired her manager of eight years, Jason Weinberg, and two of his associates. She apologized, "If I had a full understanding of what this event was apparently intended to be, I would never have gone." The incident stirred such a controversy that Hilary has now stopped working with her publicity team. According to EW, they parted ways because of a disagreement on how to handle the situation. 

When will people start to understand? This actress has been in Million Dollar Baby, Iron Jawed Angels, Boys Don't Cry and the big kahuna,
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Courteney Cox returns to NBC as a producer; 'Buffy' alum joins 'Once Upon a Time'

Enjoy a healthy serving of TV snacks, guaranteed not to spoil your supper:

- Courteney Cox is revisiting "Friends" territory with a comedy project she's executive producing -- both in material and choice of network. Cox and David Arquette are among the executive producers of a comedy called "Ten Years" that has just landed at NBC. It's from writer Howard J. Morris and looks at key moments in a decade-long relationship between a couple and their friends and family. [Deadline]

- Former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" regular Emma Caulfield is joining ABC's fairy-tale drama "Once Upon a Time" as a guest star. Caulfield, late of "Life Unexpected" and the web series "Bandwagon" (which she also co-created) will play the blind witch from "Hansel and Gretel" in "Once's" ninth episode. [@emmacaulfield/TVLine]

- "Game of Thrones" may finally have completed its Season 2 cast with the addition of "Downton Abbey's" Rose Leslie. She'll play Ygritte,
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Lifetime To Remake ‘Steel Magnolias’ With All-Black Cast

Lifetime To Remake ‘Steel Magnolias’ With All-Black Cast
Exclusive: The 1989 classic Steel Magnolias is getting a contemporary remake with an all-black cast. Lifetime is developing an original movie based on the hit feature, which will be produced by Craig Zadan and Neil Meron and Sony Pictures TV where the duo’s Storyline Entertainment has an exclusive deal for event long-form programming. Kenny Leon, who directed Storyline/Spt’s previous collaboration, the 2008 ABC movie A Raisin In The Sun, is attached to direct the new Steel Magnolias, which, like the movie, will be set in Louisiana and will explore the bond among a group of women in present day. Both Lifetime’s Steel Magnolias and ABC’s A Raisin In The Sun TV are based on properties that span a famous play and a feature. But while the Emmy-nominated Raisin In the Sun was based on Lorraine Hansberry’s play whose 2004 Broadway revival Leon directed, Steel Magnolias, penned by
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Interview: Vera Farmiga Ascends to ‘Higher Ground’

Chicago – As an actress, Vera Farmiga broke out big in 2009 with her Oscar nominated performance in “Up in the Air.” Farmiga is now taking a total filmmaker’s role, playing the lead character and directing the new film, “Higher Ground.”

Farmiga began her career in the late 1990s, scoring a featured role in the TV series “Roar.” After working some supporting parts in TV and film, including HBO’s “Iron Jawed Angels” and “Touching Evil” (both 2004), she began to appear in more prominent feature films like “The Manchurian Candidate” (2004), “The Departed” (2006) and “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas” (2008). More attention came in 2009 opposite George Clooney with her Oscar nominated role in “Up in the Air.”

Higher Ground” is her first film as a director, and she also plays the lead character named Corinne, a circumstantial convert to Evangelical Christianity. The film explores the phases of her faith and the life associated with it,
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Sure Shots: The Man of Steel; Ryan Gosling; James McAvoy joins Danny Boyle's Trance

* Julia Ormond(Iron Jawed Angels) is in talks to play Superman's real mom, Lara Lor-Van in The Man of Steel. Russell Crowe has been offered the role of his daddy, Jor-El, with Diane Lane and Kevin Costner playing his adoptive parents, Martha and Jonathan Kent. Henry Cavill(The Tudors) is Superman. Amy Adams is set for Lois Lane. Michael Shannon and Antje Traue(Pandorum) as the villains, General
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The Weekend's TV: Sat 12-Sun 13 March, 2011

Hilary Swank stars in the powerful American suffrage drama as women risk their lives for the vote. Meanwhile extra-large men do battle in the Six Nations and rubber-faced funny man Rowan Atkinson performs live on stage. Film: Iron Jawed Angels Sky Atlantic HD: Sun 13 Mar, 2pm Oscar® winner Hilary Swank is Alice Paul, the woman who shook up the women's suffrage movement in the Us to give future generations the right to vote and hold office.
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Review: 'Conviction'

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How far would you go for a sibling? A lot of drama has been produced of late showing organ transplants and similar sacrifices but while major events, are relatively short-term activities. Imaging spending eighteen years working to help a brother in jail. Conviction, a movie starring Hilary Swank and Sam Rockwell as the siblings, takes an amazing true story and turns it into a compelling drama.

The children had a rough, lower socio-economic upbringing, relying on one another for companionship and protection. As adults, they married and lived near one another until Kenneth Waters was arrested and charged with murder. Betty Anne believed him to be innocent and after he was sentenced to life without parole, worked to overturn the conviction. The married mother of two, she chose to get her Ged and then enroll at Roger Williams University to obtain her law degree. The dogged dedication cost her marriage
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SAG Voter Guide: Female Actor in a Leading Role

Welcome to Back Stage's exclusive guide to this year's Screen Actors Guild Award nominees in film and television. Here, you will find a write-up of every nominee for SAG Awards in 2011. Be sure to look for continued coverage of the awards race at our awards blog, "Behind the Scenes," at BackStage.com/bts.The 17th annual SAG Awards will be broadcast live Sunday, January 30, on TNT and TBS.Outstanding Performance By A Female Actor In A Leading Roleannette Bening"The Kids Are All Right"From the British stage star in "Being Julia" to the brassy con artist in "The Grifters" to the high-powered suburban wife in "American Beauty," Annette Bening has been principally known for playing glamorous, seductive women. She takes a slight departure as the lesbian physician Nic in Lisa Cholodenko's dramedy "The Kids Are All Right." While Nic is certainly attractive—love that spiky short haircut—she's
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Back on Scene: Eva Longoria Develops Three TV Projects

Eva Longoria is back on the working saddle after her divorce announcement from Tony Parker. The "Desperate Housewives" star is producing three small-screen projects, joining forces with "Cold Case" star Kathryn Morris in one and going under her Unbelievable Entertainment in the other two.

Together with Morris, Longoria is developing a Texas border town soap titled "Sendera". According to Deadline, it is a "modern day Shakespearean drama about two wealthy families, one from Texas the other from Mexico, locked in a struggle for power, land, sex and legacy."

Sally Robinson who got an Emmy nomination for 2004 TV movie, "Iron Jawed Angels", is set to write the script. She is also to produce along with Morris, Alan Barnette, Virginia Trinkle and Longoria. The soap opera is in the works at ABC.

Meanwhile, ABC Studios is also working on "Parenting by Committee" with Unbelievable. It follows four single women "who find their
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Video - Unbreakable Sibling Bond Motivated Hilary Swank's Conviction Role

Actress Hilary Swank has a penchant for choosing roles based on actual people. In 1999 she won her first Oscar for portraying Brandon Teena -- a Nebraska transgender male who was murdered six years earlier -- in the indie drama Boys Don't Cry. In 2005 Swank earned Golden Globe and SAG nominations for her work in the HBO movie Iron Jawed Angels, in which she played suffragette Alice Paul. Since then, Swank portrayed California school teacher Erin Gruwell in the 2007 drama Freedom Writers and legendary airplane pilot Amelia Earhart in director Mira Nair's 2009 biopic, Amelia. Swank's latest real-life project is the Tony Goldwyn-directed drama Conviction. In the film she dramatizes the extraordinary journey of Betty Anne Waters -- a Massachusetts woman who spent eighteen years fighting to exonerate her imprisoned brother, Kenny. He was convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison for a crime she believed he didn't commit.
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Gwyneth Paltrow is a Danish Girl for Director Thomas Alfredson

Gwyneth Paltrow is leaving Pepper Potts and becoming Greta Wegenar. Having just wrapped “Iron Man 2,” Paltrow is now signed on to appear in “The Danish Girl,” the story of the world’s first post-operative transsexual. Co-starring Nicole Kidman as the titular character and directed by Thomas Alfredson (”Let the Right One In”), the movie is back on track after the sudden departure of the original Greta, Charlize Theron. Hit the jump for more.

According to Variety, the film, which is based on the fictionalized account by David Ebershoff, will focus on the relationship between Greta and her husband, Einar Wegenar. Setting aside for the moment the historical accuracy of a film based on a book based on real events, “The Danish Girl” looks like it could be a powerful drama. Greta was a painter and one day she asked her husband to stand in for a model. The fact
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