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Adrien Brody Joins HBO’s Succession for Season 3

(Photo by Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images) Following Monday’s announcement that Alexander Skarsgård had joined the cast of HBO’s Succession, Variety brings word that Oscar winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist, Peaky Blinders, The Grand Budapest Hotel) has also been added to the hit drama series’ third season. Brody, whose upcoming projects also include The French Dispatch, Blonde, and the Epix series Chapelwaite, will guest star as Josh Aaronson, described as a billionaire activist investor who becom...
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Succession Season 3 Adds Alexander Skarsgård in a Recurring Role

More than a year since starring in the acclaimed first season of Big Little Lies, Alexander Skarsgård is officially heading back to HBO for the highly-anticipated third season of Succession. Skarsgård has signed on for the recurring role of Lukas Matsson, described as a successful, confrontational tech founder and CEO. Production on the upcoming new season is currently underway in New York City. This marks the Swedish actor’s latest collaboration with HBO after starring in 2008’s limited series...
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‘Separation’ Review: A Scattershot and Oft-Misogynistic Thriller

Arriving on the heels of his “The Boy” and “Brahms: The Boy II,” William Brent Bell’s “Separation” reconfirms the director’s belief that nothing is scarier than creepy killer dolls. His latest, alas, fails to successfully prove that case, and worse, its story about a recently widowed single father struggling with supernatural phenomena is The outlook […]
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Exclusive: Terrifying Separation Clip – Don’t Let It Get Me is excited to premiere an exclusive Separation clip from the upcoming horror film, which releases April 30 in theaters. Starring Brian Cox and Madeline Brewer, Separation follows an eight-year-old girl named Jenny as she copes to life without her mother, who is killed in a hit-and-run accident. Now living with her father, who is an artist, she is surrounded by puppets that are based upon his work. However, she starts to see strange, unsettling creatures that the adults don’t. Our...
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Star Wars Casting Rumors Shut Down by Marvel's Sebastian Stan

Get a new look at . New Mortal Kombat footage teases Mileena and Kabal in action. Batwoman has found its next big comics villain. Don’t expect to see more Stormfront when The Boys returns. Plus, behind the scenes on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Spoilers now!Read more...
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‘Separation’ Trailer: A Death in the Family Awakens Ghoulish Creatures

There’s an entire sub-genre of horror films devoted to kids who become aware of creepy, malevolent forces before the adults around them realize what the hell is going on, and Separation seems to fit nicely into that sub-genre. In this creepy-looking horror film from director William Brent Bell (The Boy), a death in the family seems to awaken all kinds of malevolent forces. Watch the Separation trailer below. Separation Trailer  The trailer for Separation seems to be running through a ch...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Brooklyn, Brian-Cox, Movie Trailers, Maggie, Rupert Friend, Separation, Jeff, Jenny, William Brent Bell, Brahms, Jenny Violet McGraw, Maggie Mamie Gummer, Jeff Rupert, Samantha Madeline Brewer

‘The Silence of the Lambs’ at 30: How the Influential Thriller Forged Empathy Through Clarice Starling’s Eyes

Last night, CBS viewers said hello to Clarice, a new network procedural that serves as a sequel to The Silence of the Lambs. Rebecca Breeds is the latest actress to embody Clarice Starling, the courageous FBI agent who faced off with two serial killers in one watershed 1991 thriller. One killer shall have to remain nameless. Clarice’s cousins, however, are numerous and known by plenty of other names. When Jodie Foster originated the role three decades ago, she inspired a whole generation of scr...
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Fisher Stevens talks making ‘Palmer’ with Justin Timberlake, plus ‘Tiger King’ and ‘Succession’ work

Director Fisher Stevens says he knew the success of “Palmer,” his new feature film about a pair of “beautiful misfits” in a small town in Louisiana, might ultimately depend on how wisely he chose his two lead actors. “The movie hinges on those two actors, those two performances,” Stevens says via Zoom from his home in Brooklyn a few weeks before the Jan. 26 arrival of “Palmer” on the Apple+ streaming service. “Because it’s really kind of a buddy movie.” For Palmer, the title character, Stevens s...
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The Best TV Shows and Movies Leaving Netflix in December 2020

You better watch out.  You better not cry. You better not pout. I’m telling you why: Netflix is removing some movies in December. So it goes. But November isn’t over just yet, so if you act now, you can still watch the films mentioned below!  Here are the best movies leaving Netflix in December 2020. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, AKA the best Spider-Man movie, proved that our current glut of superhero films need not stick so rigidly to a standard fo...
Tags: Movies, Boston, Berlin, Ben Affleck, Netflix, John Malkovich, Brian Cox, Harrison Ford, Indiana Jones, Jackie, Steven Spielberg, Emile Hirsch, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Jeremy Renner, Rebecca Hall, Dunkin Donuts

2020 Emmy Winners: ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Sweeps Comedy Category, ‘Watchmen’ and ‘Succession’ Win Big for HBO

Sunday night brought the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards to ABC, honoring the best achievements in television from the past year. Jimmy Kimmel hosted an unusual virtual version of the broadcast in the age of coronavirus, and it was a big night for Schitt’s Creek, Watchmen and Succession, each taking home several of the key awards in their respective categories. See if any of your other favorite shows ended up on the 2020 Emmys winners list below. 2020 Emmy Winner Winners posted below IN BOLD. DR...
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2020 Emmy Awards Winners List!

2020 Emmy Awards Winners List! Tonight on ABC The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced the 2020 Emmy Awards winners in a virtual ceremony hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Check out the full list of nominees and winners ( HIGHLIGHTED IN RED ) below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.push(funct...
Tags: TV, Movies, Stephen Colbert, Abc, John Oliver, Jennifer Aniston, Hugh Jackman, TV News, Brian Cox, Steve Carell, Angela Bassett, Trevor Noah, Anthony Anderson, Don Cheadle, Michael Douglas, Jeremy Irons

2020 Emmy Winners: Full List Updated Live During the TV Awards Ceremony

Tonight brings the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards to ABC, honoring the best achievements in television from the past year. Jimmy Kimmel is hosting an usual virtual version of the broadcast in the age of coronavirus. Which TV shows will come away with the top prizes in comedy and drama on the small screen? See if your favorites take home any trophies when the winners are announced starting at 8:00 P.M. ET / 5:00 P.M PT. We’ll be updating the list live as the winners are announced, so stay tuned. ...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Nbc, Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert, Abc, John Oliver, Awards, America, Netflix, Dolly Parton, Jennifer Aniston, Hugh Jackman, Brian Cox

Hazmat tuxedos and video calls to feature at first all-virtual Emmys

HBO’s Watchmen expected to lead the way at TV awards in the US on Sunday eveningNormally one of the most glamorous Hollywood nights of the year, the first all-virtual Emmy awards are likely to be remembered for hazmat tuxedos and designer pyjamas.For nominees, there would be the added strangeness of an official outside their home who might, or might not, personally deliver a trophy when the moment came, the actor Brian Cox said. Continue reading...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Media, US, US news, Culture, Awards and prizes, Television industry, Brian Cox, Emmys, Coronavirus outbreak, Emmys 2020

Brian Cox: King's Theatre 'desperately' needs emergency funding

The Dundee-born actor appeals to Nicola Sturgeon to help save the Edinburgh theatre that was "the catalyst" for his career.
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Actor Cox in appeal to save 'inspirational' King's Theatre

Award-winning actor Brian Cox calls for government funding to secure the future of Edinburgh's King's Theatre.
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Emmy Awards 2020: Predictions for what could be a very awkward show

Considering that the Emmy Awards will go virtual for the first time — and that winners will accept their prizes from their homes — maybe our annual batch of predictions should focus more on how the telecast will unfold, than who will prevail. For example: Just how many awkward flubs are going to plague host Jimmy Kimmel? Will the WiFi cut out, and if so, when? Who will have the best Zoom backgrounds? Related Articles The two rom-coms that inspired Geraldine Viswanathan’s ‘Bro...
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Brian Cox and Adele's producer Paul Epworth discuss music and the cosmos

How do physics and space travel inspire musicians? Award-winning producer Paul Epworth finds out.
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Brian Cox and Adele's producer Paul Epworth discuss music and the cosmos

How do physics and space travel inspire musicians? Award-winning producer Paul Epworth finds out.
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What Did the Roman Emperors Look Like?: See Photorealistic Portraits Created with Machine Learning

We can spend a lifetime reading histories of ancient Rome without knowing what any of its emperors looked like. Or rather, without knowing exactly what they looked like: being the leaders of the mightiest political entity in the Western world, they had their likenesses stamped onto coins and carved into busts as a matter of course. But such artist's renderings inevitably come with a certain degree of artistic license, a tendency to mold features into slightly more imperial shapes. Seeing the fa...
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Brian Cox, Vikki Carr Share Their Showbiz Life Lessons

Brian Cox Brian Cox is Emmy-nominated for his memorable work in HBO’s “Succession” as patriarch Logan Roy, the head of a ruthless and viewer-addictive family of power-brokers. Cox, born in Dundee, Scotland, has created many memorable characters in his six-decade career, including roles in such works as HBO’s “Deadwood,” blockbuster films such as “Braveheart” and […]
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Emmys 2020: Making the Case for Brian Cox and Billy Porter for Lead Drama Actor

How vicious is the Roy family from HBO’s “Succession”? Brian Cox, who plays powerful patriarch Logan Roy, and Jeremy Strong (as his son Kendall Roy) managed to help push out two mainstays in the Emmys’ lead drama actor category this year: Bob Odenkirk (“Better Call Saul”) and Milo Ventimiglia (“This Is Us”). Odenkirk was nominated […]
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‘The Bay of Silence’ Review: A Fine Cast Classes Up an Old-School Noir With #MeToo Overtones

If Claes Bang didn’t exist so suavely before our eyes, you’d say they don’t make movie stars like him any more: debonair, mature but with sparky wit, and possessed of a flexible accent that is at once evasive and distinctly European. Since breaking out aged 50 in Rubin Östlund’s “The Square,” he could have exclusively […]
Tags: Reviews, Brian Cox, Olga Kurylenko, The Square, Claes Bang, Paula van der Oest, The Bay of Silence, Rubin Östlund

The Morning Watch: The Accuracy of Crime Investigation Scenes, ‘Suicide Squad’ Doesn’t Need to Exist & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, a forensics detective reveals how accurate crime investigation scenes are in shows like Dexter and CSI: Miami, as well as movies like The Silence of Lambs and No Country for Old Men. Plus, find out why round...
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NBC Wanted Either John Cusack or Hugh Grant to Play ‘Hannibal’ Instead of Mads Mikkelsen

Hannibal is one of the best shows of the 21st century. A daring, strange, artistic blend of horror, lust, and fine dining, the Bryan Fuller series inspired by the books of Thomas Harris was so good that it was almost hard to believe it was a real network show. On top of all that, the series version of Hannibal Lecter, as played memorably by Mads Mikkelsen, became just as striking as Anthony Hopkins’ take on the character. But according to Fuller, Mikkelsen’s take on the cannibal psychiatrist al...
Tags: Television, Movies, Nbc, Casting, Brian Cox, Hannibal Lecter, Thomas Harris, Hannibal, Anthony Hopkins, Hugh-Grant, John-Cusack, Fuller, Bryan Fuller, Mikkelsen, Cusack, Mads Mikkelsen

Marsha Mason and Brian Cox Star in Virtual Benefit Reading of DEAR LIAR

Bucks County Playhouse announced today that a special benefit reading of Jerome Kilty's play, 'Dear Liar' starring 4-time Oscar nominee Marsha Mason and Emmy winner Brian Cox and directed by Broadway's Mark Brokaw 'How I Learned to Drive', will make its streaming debut on Tuesday, September 1 at 700 PM EST. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Brian Cox on ‘Succession,’ the Emmys and Logan Roy, His ‘Evil Twin’

The HBO drama received 18 Emmy nominations, the most of any drama (tied with “Ozark”). “It’s a bit of a cleanup,” Cox said.
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72nd Emmy Award Nominations Include Mandalorian & More!

72nd Emmy Award Nominations Include Mandalorian & More! The nominations for the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards were announced today, including plenty of fan-favorites like The Mandalorian, Watchmen, Schitt’s Creek, and more, with streaming giant Netflix pulling in 160 nominations (via CNN). This year’s ceremony will take place on Sunday, September 20 on ABC, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. You can check out the list of nominees in the major categories below! for the full list of nominees. ...
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2020 Emmy Nominations: ‘The Mandalorian’ Scores Best Drama Nod, ‘Watchmen’ Leads with 26 Nominations

The show must go on, and the Emmy Awards are still set to put on a show this fall. The 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards are forging ahead, with the annual television awards set to air this September. But while the film industry has come to a halt amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, TV is still enjoying its new golden age, with streaming taking the lead in these unprecedented times. The Emmys have recently expanded its categories to appropriately award the wide range of drama, comedy, variety, r...
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‘The Bay of Silence’ Trailer: Sooner or Later, Everyone Has Something to Hide

Very attractive people Claes Bang (Dracula) and Olga Kurylenko (Quantum of Solace) play a very attractive couple suddenly spiraling down into a Hitchcockian nightmare in The Bay of Silence. After this seemingly happy couple have a baby, things get bleak as Kurylenko’s character begins insisting she gave birth to twins while Bang swears she only had one child. Just what’s going on here? Watch The Bay of Silence trailer below to see. The Bay of Silence Trailer In The Bay of Silence, “When...
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