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‘Ratched’ Trailer: Sarah Paulson Takes on the Iconic ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ Villain on Netflix

Ryan Murphy‘s latest collaboration with Sarah Paulson may yield another hit for the American Horror Story creator. Murphy’s upcoming Netflix series Ratched looks to be a glorious showcase for the Emmy-winning actress, who plays the young Nurse Ratched before she became one of cinema’s most notorious villains in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Watch Paulson don the nurse’s cap and the iconic chilling stare in the official Ratched trailer. Ratched Trailer Netflix has released the officia...
Tags: Television, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Drama, California, Netflix, Thriller, Ryan Murphy, Sarah-Paulson, Northern California, Murphy, Mildred, Paulson, Ken Kesey, Ratched, Mildred Ratched

Wong Kar-Wai Sets ‘Blossoms Shanghai’ as His First TV Series

Back in 2015, Wong Kar-wai began development on the feature film Blossoms, based on the short stories by Jin Yucheng, intended to be his follow-up to his 2013 film The Grandmaster. But as the years passed, and Wong flirted with heading over to television with the now-dead Amazon series Tong Wars, Blossoms has bloomed into Blossoms Shanghai, a TV drama project that is set to be Wong’s television debut. The filmmaker of Hong Kong arthouse classics such as In the Mood for Love and Chungking Exp...
Tags: Amazon, Hong Kong, Television, Movies, Drama, Shanghai, Cannes, Wong, Wong Kar, Bao, Wong-Kar-Wai, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Foreign Language, Tencent Penguin Pictures, Wild Goose Lake, Jin Yucheng

‘Lovers Rock’, Part of Steve McQueen’s ‘Small Axe’ Anthology, Will Open This Year’s New York Film Festival

What’s next from Steve McQueen? Not just a movie, but five movies. The Widows director has something on the horizon called the Small Axe Anthology, featuring five different movies, with cast members including John Boyega, Letitia Wright, and more. America will have a first look at what McQueen has in store thanks to the New York Film Festival, which will open with Small Axe installment Lovers Rock. In addition to that, two other films from the anthology – Mangrove and Red, White and Blue – will...
Tags: Amazon, London, Movies, Drama, US, America, Bbc, Steve-McQueen, Metropolitan Police, Mcqueen, New York Film Festival, Courttia Newland, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Film Festivals, Red White and Blue, NYFF

‘The Devil All the Time’ First Look: Internet Boyfriends Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson Star in a Netflix Southern Gothic

Cast Tom Holland in a movie and you’ve got half the internet quaking in their boots. Put him in a movie with Robert Pattinson, and well, you’re done for. The two British heartthrobs are putting on Southern accents to star in The Devil All the Time, Antonio Campos‘ Southern Gothic drama set to his Netflix this September. The first images from The Devil All the Time have been released, giving us a glimpse at what it will be like for Holland and Pattinson to share a screen (though they don’t actua...
Tags: Images, Movies, Drama, Time, America, Netflix, Robert-Pattinson, Holland, Vietnam, Tom, Campos, Antonio, Riley Keough, Antonio Campos, Tom Holland, Pattinson

‘The Devil All the Time’ First Look: Internet Boyfriends Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson Star in a Netflix Midwestern Gothic

Cast Tom Holland in a movie and you’ve got half the internet quaking in their boots. Put him in a movie with Robert Pattinson, and well, you’re done for. The two British heartthrobs are putting on Ohio accents to star in The Devil All the Time, Antonio Campos‘ Midwestern Gothic drama set to his Netflix this September. The first images from The Devil All the Time have been released, giving us a glimpse at what it will be like for Holland and Pattinson to share a screen (though they don’t actuall...
Tags: Images, Movies, Drama, Time, America, Netflix, Robert-Pattinson, Holland, Ohio, Vietnam, Tom, Campos, Antonio, Riley Keough, Antonio Campos, Tom Holland

Monster Musume no Oishasan Now Has More Birthing

Monster Musume no Oishasan‘s main cast has been beset by criminals once again as the show’s focal doctor Glenn has been tasked with delivering a harpy egg while the other characters fend off said cutthroats, unfortunately keeping the service to a minimum as the episode maintains a more serious tone. Omake:
Tags: Health, Comedy, Drama, Nurses, Medical, Anime, Fetish, Glenn, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Arvo Animation, Monster Musume no Oishasan

Amazon Renews ‘Hunters’ for a Second Season, Because Nazis Still Need to Be Taught a Lesson

Earlier this year, Amazon brought the conspiracy thriller series Hunters to their streaming library. The series created by David Weil and executive produced by filmmaker Jordan Peele follows a pack of Nazi hunters trying to track down hundreds of high-ranking Nazi officials who are living among us in 1977 New York and conspiring to create a Fourth Reich in the United States. Now the story will continue with Amazon ordering a second season of Hunters. Amazon sent out a press release announcing...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, America, War, United States, Al-Pacino, Hunters, Reich, Jen, Jordan Peele, David Weil, Action/Adventure, Lena Olin

Paul Thomas Anderson’s Next Move Adds Bradley Cooper

Paul Thomas Anderson‘s still-untitled next film may have just found its first official cast member: Bradley Cooper (The Midnight Meat Train). Cooper is in talks to join Anderson’s movie, a coming-of-age drama set in a high school in the San Fernando Valley in the 1970s. Plot details remain very hush-hush, but the project is said to involve multiple storylines like Anderson’s Boogie Nights and Magnolia. No word on who Cooper might play, but I’ll go out on a limb and guess he’s not one of the hig...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, Bradley Cooper, Leonardo Dicaprio, Paul-Thomas-Anderson, MGM, Anderson, Cooper, Toro, DiCaprio, San Fernando Valley, Focus Features, Gullermo

Kohakuiro no Hunter Destroys Monsters & Defies Expectations

Kohakuiro no Hunter’s first episode has made quite the debut as it has unleashed a salvo of nonstop monster slaying, emotional deaths, and captivating sex, though watchers anticipating the erotica might be astonished by a certain unexpected addition. Kohakuiro no Hunter in the very least might impress with its fully animated opening sequence and halfway […]
Tags: Drama, Anime, Fetish, Nuns, Hunter, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Futanari, Kohakuiro no Hunter, Kohakuiro

Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan Littered With Blackmail & Betrayal

Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan‘s indomitable male protagonist has been humiliated further as he has been reduced to groveling and is forced to breed with a sexy elf against his will, bewildering some watchers as to why he would refuse his rightful place as alpha male. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Anime, Tentacles, Bathing, Blackmail, Elf, Oppai, H, Ero-anime, Pettanko, Wolfsbane, Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan, Peter Grill, Kenja

Kuroko & Uiharu Work Together in Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T

Electrifying heroine Misaka has taken a backseat in Toaru Kagaku no Railgun T‘s 17th episode as Kuroko and random nobody Uiharu cooperate to save the day, though watchers might be disappointed at not being able to witness the obsessed Kuroko lust after Misaka as she always does. Omake:
Tags: Drama, Animals, Fantasy, Anime, Image Gallery, Kuroko, Toaru Kagaku, Misaka, Seifuku, JC Staff, A Certain Magical Index, Railgun T. Electrifying, Uiharu

Kanojo Okarishimasu Doles out a Beach Beatdown

Kanojo Okarishimasu‘s beach episode has done the unthinkable and extended into a second episode, albeit utilizing the extra time to instead delve further into its romance-based drama as protagonist Kazuya and one of his male friends get into quite the scuffle. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Relationships, Dating, Anime, Beach, TMS, Oppai, Image Gallery, Mizugi, Kazuya, Enjo Kousai, Kanojo Okarishimasu, Kanojo Okarishimasu Doles

‘Fargo’ Season 4 Trailer Teases a Wild Crime War and an Even Wilder Cast

The films of the Coen brothers have always been flexible in tone and genre, so it’s no surprise that FX’s Fargo television series has followed suit. Noah Hawley‘s oddball continuation/expansion of the Oscar-winning film has shifted over the years, dabbling in dark drama, screwball comedy, grand tragedy, and violent action. The latest season takes us back to the 1950s and into the middle of a war between an Italian crime family and Black crime family…and the latest teaser trailer suggests there ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, America, Arizona, Kansas City, Chris Rock, Fargo, Noah Hawley, FX, Jason, Chris, Jason Schwartzman, Hawley, TV Trailer

Strike the Blood IV Passionately Sucks Castella

An encounter with a bikini-clad foe has turned sour in Strike the Blood IV‘s third episode, the series once again throwing main brunette Yukina into the backseat to instead draw more attention to nun girl Castella; compelling news for those who love the pretty female fighter as she acquires some slight sexy moments. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Anime, Oppai, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Continuations, OVA, Mizugi, Connect, Castella, SutoBura, Yukina

Re:Zero Season 2 Makes a Confounding Return

Subaru’s sudden return to his home world in Re:Zero‘s second season has naturally proven awkward for the budding young hero as the episode focuses on showcasing the relationship between him and his father, though the end of the episode clearly indicates that Subaru’s isekai journey is far from over… Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Anime, Subaru, Image Gallery, White Fox, Re:Zero, Isekai

‘Kajillionaire’ Trailer: Evan Rachel Wood is Part of a Family of Con Artists in Miranda July’s Sundance Darling

It’s been nine years since Miranda July last released a feature film, and the indie darling has returned in fine form with her new con artist dramedy Kajillionaire. Starring Evan Rachel Wood, Gina Rodriguez, Richard Jenkins, and Debra Winger, Kajillionaire debuted at this year’s Sundance Film Festival to critical raves. While it’s a little less certain how the moviegoing season will shape up this fall, the one certainty is that Kajillionaire is one of the must-see indie films of the season. Wat...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Earth, Movie Trailers, Wood, Gina Rodriguez, Jenkins, Focus Features, Evan-Rachel-Wood, Miranda July, Chris Evangelista, Evan Rachel Wood Gina Rodriguez Richard Jenkins, Kajillionaire, Robert Richard Jenkins, Theresa Debra Winger

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2: The Darksaber Will Play a Key Role in the New Season, Says Giancarlo Esposito

Giancarlo Esposito picked up an Emmy nomination yesterday for his work on the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian, where we last saw his Moff Gideon character holding an ancient weapon known as the Darksaber. Anyone who watched the series without first watching the Star Wars animated shows probably saw that glowing black blade and thought, “Cool, a new lightsaber!” But fans of the animated shows lost their minds, because the weapon actually has a deep history behind it. In a new interview,...
Tags: Action/Adventure, Disney, Drama, Sci-Fi, Television, Giancarlo Esposito, Star-Wars, The Mandalorian

‘Nine Perfect Strangers’: Hulu Hires Jonathan Levine to Direct Star-Studded Limited Series

Jonathan Levine is set to direct Nine Perfect Strangers, the Hulu limited series starring Nicole Kidman, Melissa McCarthy, Samara Weaving, and more. Hulu has tapped Levine to helm all eight episodes of the star-studded drama based on Liane Moriarty‘s book of the same name. Levine has been put in charge of Nine Perfect Strangers, the highly anticipated Hulu limiteds series starring Nicole Kidman, Melissa McCarthy, Samara Weaving, Luke Evans, Melvin Gregg, Grace Van Patten, and Tiffany Boone. ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, Thriller, Adaptation, Hulu, Mccarthy, Kidman, Frances, Levine, Kelley, Butterworth, Jonathan-Levine, Saari, Liane Moriarty, Tiffany Boone

‘The Comey Rule’ Teaser: See Brendan Gleeson as Donald Trump and Jeff Daniels as Former FBI Director James Comey

Writer/director Billy Ray (Shattered Glass, Richard Jewell) is accustomed to repurposing real-life events into compelling entertainment. He’s hoping to do the same thing with The Comey Rule, an adaptation of former FBI director James Comey’s book that stars Brendan Gleeson (In Bruges) as President Donald Trump and Jeff Daniels (The Newsroom) as Comey himself. Plot details, new images and the first teaser trailer for the two-part Showtime project have arrived, and you can check those out below. ...
Tags: Images, Television, Movies, Drama, Fbi, Hillary Clinton, Jeff-Daniels, Showtime, Donald Trump, Brendan-Gleeson, Vanity Fair, Bruges, Political, James Comey, Ray, Trump

Jordan Peele and Issa Rae Jump into ‘Sinkhole’ at Universal Pictures

Jordan Peele has quickly become an acclaimed filmmaker thanks to his films Get Out and Us, and Issa Rae has turned into an in-demand star thanks to her Emmy-nominated HBO series Insecure. Now the two are bringing their sizzling talents together for a new movie that sounds like it could easily be an episode of The Twilight Zone. Universal Pictures has snagged the rights to Leyna Krow‘s short story Sinkhole, which follows a family who move into their dream home, but there’s one gaping oddity: a s...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sci-fi, Universal, Sinkhole, Universal Pictures, Rosenfeld, Rae, Peele, Jordan Peele, Issa Rae, Leyna Krow, Issa Rae Productions, Montrel McKay

Modern-Day ‘Black Beauty’ Adaptation Starring Mackenzie Foy and Kate Winslet is Coming to Disney+

Disney+ has picked up Black Beauty, the latest adaptation of the beloved children’s book starring Mackenzie Foy and Kate Winslet. The already-completed film, which puts a contemporary twist on the 19th century novel of a wild horse captured by humans, will premiere on Disney+ later this year. Disney+ announced that it has picked up the contemporary adaptation of Anna Sewell’s classic 1877 novel Black Beauty, which will premiere on streaming service in late 2020. Directed and written by Ashle...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Disney, South Africa, Adaptation, Kate-Winslet, Warner Bros, Disney Channel, Foy, Iain Glen, Anna Sewell, Black Beauty, Mackenzie Foy, Sabrina Carpenter, Constantin Film, Jon Brown

‘Ratched’ First Look: Sarah Paulson Digs Into the Origins of the ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ Villain in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix Series

What makes a monster? That’s what Ryan Murphy and Sarah Paulson are seeking to find out with the upcoming Netflix series Ratched. Murphy’s prequel to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest stars Paulson as a younger Nurse Ratched, chronicling how she came to be one of cinema’s most notorious villains. The series has been long in the making, with the Emmy Award-winning showrunner spending a year securing the rights to the character before the project finally got going in 2017. The series is set to fina...
Tags: Images, Movies, Jack Nicholson, Drama, Netflix, Ryan Murphy, Sarah-Paulson, Vanity Fair, Hanover, Northern California, Murphy, Sharon Stone, Mildred, Paulson, Louise Fletcher, Ken Kesey

‘The Morning Show’ Season 2 is Being Rewritten to Factor in the Pandemic

AppleTV+ made headlines when it cast Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, and Steve Carell in its original series The Morning Show. It continued to draw attention all throughout its first season, whether it was for the inclusion of a #MeToo subplot or how critics seemed to slowly rally around the show as it raced toward its finale. Filming on The Morning Show season 2 was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, and in a new interview, Emmy nominee Mark Duplass says that the second season is be...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Pandora, Steve Carell, Mark Duplass, Screenwriting, Appletv, The Morning Show, Jennifer Aniston Reese Witherspoon

Sam Rockwell to Play Country Singer Merle Haggard in New Amazon Movie, Will Do His Own Singing

Sam Rockwell is known for dancing his heart out in many of the movies he’s appeared in over the years. But soon he’ll be belting out the country western tunes of legendary singer Merle Haggard in a new biopic about the man himself at Amazon Studios. Merle Haggard famously went from prison inmate to country western star, a true rags-to-riches story. In fact, Haggard was one of the inmates present during Johnny Cash’s first-ever prison performance at San Quentin State Prison back in 1958, and tha...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Casting, California, US, Oklahoma, George W Bush, True Story, Johnny Cash, Sam-Rockwell, San Quentin State Prison, Amazon Studios, Rockwell, Merle Haggard, Haggard

SAP decision to spin out Qualtrics 20 months after spending $8B surprises industry watchers

When SAP announced it was spinning out Qualtrics on Sunday, a company it bought less than two years ago for an eye-popping $8 billion, it was enough to make your head spin. At the time, then CEO Bill McDermott saw it as a way to bridge the company’s core operational with customer data, while acquiring a cloud company that could help generate recurring revenue for the ERP giant, and maybe give it a dose of innovation along the way. But Sunday night the company announced it was spinning out the...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Drama, Tech, Customer Experience, ERP, M&a, Mergers and Acquisitions, Dell, Sap, Ryan Smith, Qualtrics, McDermott, Leary

Adam McKay is Already Developing an HBO Limited Series About the Search for a Coronavirus Vaccine

A coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine hasn’t even been created yet, but Adam McKay is already set to make an HBO limited series about it. The Succession executive producer and director of Vice has optioned the rights to The First Shot, a non-fiction narrative book that chronicles “the race to develop a vaccine for COVID-19.” And though that race is far from over, the good scientists across the world can at least count on a glossy HBO limited series to tell their story. Deadline reports that Adam ...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Atlantic, New York Times, True Story, Adam-McKay, John C Reilly, LA Lakers, McKay, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Borrell, Bong Joon Ho, Jeff Pearlman

‘Goodfellas’ and ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Writers Developing Showtime Drama About the Mafia

More than a decade after HBO’s acclaimed mob drama The Sopranos went off the air, Showtime is developing an hour-long drama series of its own about the mafia – and this new show comes from a former Sopranos writer. Terence Winter, who won four Emmys for his work writing The Sopranos, is writing a series based on the history of organized crime in America, and he’s teaming up with mega-producer Brian Grazer and Goodfellas and Casino writer Nicholas Pileggi to bring it to the small screen. Deadl...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Drama, Disney, America, Showtime, Las Vegas, Scorsese, Mafia, Ridley Scott, True Story, Brian-Grazer, Martin Scorsese, Sopranos

Mrs America's Uzo Aduba: 'It's worth examining the shortcomings of our feminist heroes'

She stole the show in Orange Is the New Black. Now the actor is playing the first black woman to seek the US presidency – and rejecting suggestions she gets a ‘Hollywood smile’Shirley Chisholm was a woman of many firsts. She was the first black woman elected to Congress, the first black candidate to seek the presidency, and the first woman, full-stop, to participate in a US presidential debate. She introduced more than 50 pieces of legislation, most championing racial, economic and gender equali...
Tags: Orange Is The New Black, Television, Drama, Congress, Race, Women, US, America, Barack Obama, World news, US news, Culture, US politics, Television & radio, Cate Blanchett, Chisholm

Adult Swim & Crunchyroll Team up for Fena: Pirate Princess

An original anime known as Fena: Pirate Princess was unveiled to be a joint project between Adult Swim and Crunchyroll, which stars a girl “breaking the chains of her oppressors” and likely surprising few with such a premise considering the political nature of both companies in question. The animation was announced at the first Adult […]
Tags: Adult Swim, Drama, Events, Anime, Crunchyroll, PV, Production IG, Fena, Fena: Pirate Princess, Crunchyroll Team

‘We Are Who We Are’ Trailer: Luca Guadagnino’s First TV Series Explores the Messy Beauty of Young Love

A sunny Italian setting, an ecstatic summer romance: all the elements that made Luca Guadagnino‘s Call Me By Your Name an international sensation and awards darling, as well as elements that the filmmaker is revisiting for his first TV project, We Are Who We Are. An eight-episode HBO miniseries, We Are Who We Are stars It and Shazam breakout Jack Dylan Grazer as a new resident of an Italian military base who falls headfirst for Caitlin (newcomer Jordan Kristine Seamón), a fellow army base brat ...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Television, Movies, Drama, America, Teen, Italy, Armie Hammer, Shazam, Chloe Sevigny, Fraser, Caitlin, Luca Guadagnino, Paolo Giordano, TV Trailer