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‘Room 104’ Season 4 Trailer: Dave Bautista and Jillian Bell Check in for the Final Season of This Wild Anthology Stories

HBO and the Duplass Brothers have been delivering some wild, trippy, hilarious, scary, and weird stories in the late night half-hour anthology series Room 104. Each season features new episodes which all take place in the same titular room of a typical American chain motel, but they’re all remarkably different, each with a different plot, tone, and even time period, featuring various characters having all sorts of experiences. Now the anthology series is coming to an end, and if the Room 104 se...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Horror, Sci-fi, Thriller, Graham, Don, Jillian Bell, Mark Duplass, Dave Bautista, Karan Soni, TV Trailer, Duplass Brothers


TV Bits: ‘Masters of the Universe’, ‘After Life’, ‘Yellowstone’, ‘Project Blue Book’, ‘Fuller House’, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: CBS has renewed – and canceled – several shows. Kevin Smith gives an update on his Masters of the Universe series. Ricky Gervais’ After Life gets a third season at Netflix. Watch a trailer for Yellowstone season 3. Peacock signs a deal with Apple. History has canceled Project Blue Book and Knightfall. Hey, remember Quibi? They’re still around, and still picking up new shows! Fuller House is ending. Let us all bow our heads. Room 104 is ending with season 4. The Smas...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, US, America, Los Angeles, Siri, Fbi, Netflix, House, Nbcuniversal, Ricky Gervais, Cbs, Smash, Renée Zellweger, Smith


Duplass Brothers, Bradley Whitford to Executive Produce ‘Not Going Quietly’ Documentary (EXCLUSIVE)

With countless medical professionals fighting on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, one timely documentary about a healthcare activist caught the eyes of Bradley Whitford and brothers Mark and Jay Duplass. Whitford and Duplass Brothers Productions have signed on to executive produce “Not Going Quietly,” Variety has learned. The documentary, which will premiere at the […]
Tags: News, Mark, Bradley Whitford, Duplass Brothers, Duplass Brothers Productions, Duplass Brothers Bradley Whitford, Jay Duplass Whitford


The Duplass Brothers Want to Help Indie Filmmakers Whose Premieres Were Cancelled by Coronavirus

While major studios have the resources to debut their theatrical releases early on digital and streaming platforms amid the nationwide shutdown of movie theaters due to coronavirus (COVID-19) concerns, indie filmmakers are being left without an audience for their small films. Typically, film festivals give these indie films the exposure they need to build up an audience or critical acclaim. But with film festivals cancelling left and right, indie films are the ones that suffer the most. However...
Tags: Movies, Ifc, Jay, Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass, Duplass, Duplass Brothers, Business and Industry News, Coronavirus


Duplass Brothers Set First-Look Deal at HBO (EXCLUSIVE)

Brothers Mark and Jay Duplass have inked a four-year first-look deal at HBO, Variety has learned exclusively. The deal further extends the relationship between the brothers’ company, Duplass Brothers Productions (DBP), and the premium cabler, as they were previously under an overall deal at HBO. They currently produce the HBO anthology series “Room 104,” which debuted […]
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Sitges Review: 'After Midnight' is Mumblecore Meets Monster Horror

Nothing like a good ol' fashioned monster movie. After Midnight is the latest film written and co-directed by filmmaker Jeremy Gardner (of The Battery and Tex Montana Will Survive!), produced by fellow genre filmmakers Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead. This collaboration, and the resulting low budget horror flick, feels a bit like the early days of the Duplass Brothers. I remember seeing their early films (like Baghead in 2008) at the Sundance Film Festival. I just wanted them to keep making mor...
Tags: Movies, Review, Horror, Jeremy Gardner, Duplass Brothers, Justin Benson Aaron Moorhead, Sitges Review, Tex Montana Will Survive


The 5 most anticipated TV shows returning in November

Some fan-favorite TV series are returning in November, as the year winds to a close. Every month, Business Insider looks at the most anticipated returning shows thanks to data from television-tracking app  TV Time,  based on its 13 million global users. In November, the final season of "House of Cards" (without Kevin Spacey) premieres on Netflix, along with the fourth season of "Outlander" on Starz. SEE ALSO: The 5 most anticipated new TV shows premiering in November, including Julia Roberts...
Tags: Hbo, Nsa, Trends, Julia Roberts, Netflix, Starz, House Of Cards, Mars, Kevin Spacey, Cuba, Izzy, Duplass Brothers, Rebecca Stroud Mira Sorvino


‘Wild, Wild Country’ Team Talks Scripted Feature Adaptation

Kurt Russell had a couple of good reasons for hosting a reception on Saturday for “Wild, Wild Country,” the Netflix documentary about the 1970s and ‘80s Oregon-based Indian guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his community of followers. Not only did Russell’s nephews, brothers Maclain and Chapman Way, direct the six-and-a-half-hour series, but the “Guardians of […]
Tags: News, Oregon, Netflix, Emmys, Kurt Russell, Jay Duplass, Russell, Mark Duplass, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, Duplass Brothers, Chapman Way, Maclain, 2018 Emmys


In ‘Like Brothers,’ Mark and Jay Duplass explore their career in Hollywood and a tight collaboration that now they are loosening

Creator/executive producers Mark Duplass, left, and Jay Duplass participate in the “Room 104” panel during the HBO Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour at the Beverly Hilton on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP) “Like Brothers” is the just-published book by Mark and Jay Duplass, which tells the story of both their lives as filmmakers in Hollywood and as brothers who’ve worked and lived closely together their whole lives. ...
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The Duplass Brothers Turned Down a Marvel Movie

Mumblecore kings the Duplass Brothers have had a lot of success in the independent film world, but at one point, they were offered the chance to join the blockbuster machine at Marvel. The only question is: which Marvel movie was it? Mark and Jay Duplass may not be household names for everyone, but they’ve had a long, prosperous career directing, producing and starring in indie films. At one point, though, they could’ve ended up working for Marvel. Marvel Studios loves to recruit indie filmm...
Tags: Movies, Marvel, Disney, Rumors, Ryan Coogler, Marvel Studios, Edgar Wright, Mark, Jay Duplass, MCU, Mark Duplass, Comic Book/Superhero, Disney/Pixar, Peyton Reed, Duplass Brothers, Anna Boden


First Trailer for Miguel Arteta's Film 'Duck Butter' with Alia Shawkat

"You can't play it safe in love…" The Orchard + Netflix have debuted the first official trailer for an indie drama titled Duck Butter, premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival coming up. If you really want to know what the title means, look it up on Urban Dictionary and you'll understand. The concept of the film involves two women who meet at a concert, played by Alia Shawkat and Laia Costa (from Newness), who decide to spend 24 hours together. They try to fast-forward through a relationship,...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Alia Shawkat, Indies, Kate Berlant, To Watch, Duplass Brothers, Miguel Arteta, Laia Costa, Orchard Netflix, Mae Whitman Hong Chau Kumail Nanjiani Mark Duplass


Amy Poehler Will Direct, Produce and Star In Netflix Movie ‘Wine Country’

Good news, everyone. The extremely funny and talented Amy Poehler is getting in on that sweet Netflix original action. Poehler will produce, direct and star in the Netflix film Wine Country. And in case you were wondering – yes, Tina Fey is involved. More on the Wine Country movie below. Amy Poehler is one of the funniest people on the planet, yet her film career has been a little wobbly. Despite continuously killing it for seven seasons on Parks and Recreation, Poehler’s unique brand of com...
Tags: Movies, Shonda Rhimes, US, Netflix, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Luc Besson, Parks and Recreation, Napa, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, Keanu Reeves, Mark Millar, Parks, Wine Country, Martin Scorsese


‘Deadpool’ Creator Rob Liefeld Brings Superhero Cinematic Universe to Netflix

Netflix wants in on that sweet superhero cinematic universe action, and they’ve turned to the creator of Deadpool to make it happen. Rob Liefeld has inked a deal with the streaming service to bring his Extreme Universe comic book characters to a series of inter-connected films. Akiva Goldsman will set up a writers room to tackle the projects. Over a year ago, Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld, announced he had signed a deal to turn his Extreme Universe comics into a series of films with producer ...
Tags: Movies, Shonda Rhimes, Netflix, Luc Besson, Deadpool, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, Mark Millar, Martin Scorsese, Scott Stuber, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Rob Liefeld, Liefeld, Deadpool Deadpool, Akiva-Goldsman


Keanu Reeves In Talks to Star In Rick Famuyiwa Superhero Movie For Netflix

Director Rick Famuyiwa may have walked away from The Flash, but he’s not done with superheroes. The Dope filmmaker will helm a new superhero movie for Netflix, with Keanu Reeves in talks to star. This just jumped up to the top of my must-see list. Rick Famuyiwa, who helmed Dope and was previously attached to direct The Flash, has signed to direct Past Midnight for Netflix (per Deadline). The film is described as “a feature about a new kind of vigilante superhero.” Famuyiwa’s attachment is en...
Tags: Movies, Shonda Rhimes, Netflix, Luc Besson, Ryan Murphy, American Horror Story, Keanu Reeves, Paramount, Anthony, Mark Millar, Martin Scorsese, Reeves, John Wick, Rick Famuyiwa, Famuyiwa, Duplass Brothers


Netflix Signs Four Picture Deal With the Duplass Brothers

Indie directors and mumblecore royalty the Duplass Brothers are the latest filmmakers to jump to Netflix. The streaming service, which produces original content faster than the speed of sound, just inked a four-picture deal with Jay and Mark Duplass. Can anything stop Netflix? More and more filmmakers have made the leap to Netflix as the streaming giant strives to grow its original content. The latest directors to climb aboard the Netflix train are the Duplass Brothers, the filmmakers behind...
Tags: Movies, Shonda Rhimes, Netflix, Luc Besson, Ryan Murphy, Jay, Paramount, Mark Millar, Martin Scorsese, Mark, Raymond, Cyrus, Romano, Ray Romano, SVOD, Mark Duplass


Jay and Mark Duplass Ink Four Picture Deal with Netflix

Jay and Mark Duplass ink four picture deal with Netflix Jay and Mark Duplass, the veteran American independent filmmakers behind The One I Love, The Overnight, Creep, Cyrus and Jeff Who Lives At Home, are entering into a new agreement for worldwide rights to make four upcoming films for Netflix. The Untitled Duplass Brothers Ray Romano Project, the first film on the newly-struck deal, will be released later this year. A bittersweet bromance about friendship, mortality, and made-up sports, the...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Streaming, Jay, Mark, Jay Duplass, Cyrus, Ray Romano, Mark Duplass, ComingSoon, Movie News, Duplass Brothers, Netflix Original Movies, Netflix Jay, Duplass Brothers Ray Romano Project, Alex Lehmann Blue Jay


Duplass Brothers’ Creative Shop Donut Expands Reach to New York

Donut, the Los Angeles creative agency launched last year by indie filmmakers Mark and Jay Duplass, is already expanding to the East Coast--setting up shop in New York. The agency hired Sarah Dale to lead the New York office, naming her chief commercial officer. Dale was formerly the vice president of digital and content at...
Tags: New York, General, Advertising, Los Angeles, East Coast, Mark, Jay Duplass, Dale, Sarah Dale, Duplass Brothers


Snap, NBC Universal To Create Scripted Programming For Snapchat

Snap and NBC Universal have announced a joint venture wherein the companies will produce original scripted shows that will air on Snapchat. The first scripted series is being produced by the Duplass Brothers and episodes will start airing on Snapchat in 2018. Snap and NBC’s joint venture hasn’t been given a name yet, but the new digital content studio will be based in Santa Monica, California. The studio will be headed by Lauren Anderson who is also NBC’s former senior vice president of current ...
Tags: News, Nbc, Nbc Universal, Santa Monica California, Duplass Brothers, Lauren Anderson


Snap, NBCUniversal Form Studio Joint Venture, Tap Duplass Brothers for Original Shows

Snap and NBCUniversal are creating a Hollywood studio dedicated to the future of app-centric entertainment. Snap, Snapchat’s parent company, is teaming with NBCUniversal to bring scripted programming — like short-form comedies and dramas — to mobile screens. The companies have established a studio joint venture to produce programming exclusively for the social-messaging and media platform. The […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Snapchat, Nbcuniversal, Snap, Duplass Brothers


HBO Renews Duplass Brothers’ ‘Room 104’

HBO has renewed anthology series “Room 104” by Jay and Mark Duplass for a second season. “Jay and Mark Duplass are gifted storytellers who have brilliantly reinvented the anthology series for the modern era,” said Amy Gravitt, executive vice president, HBO Programming. “The format of ROOM 104 offers endless possibilities and opportunities for new talent to experiment, and I look forward... Read more »
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Official Trailer for Bill Watterson's Indie Comedy 'Dave Made a Maze'

"If you want to survive this fantasy world, think outside the boxes." Holy mackerel, this looks amazing!! Gravitas has unveiled an official trailer for an indie comedy titled Dave Made a Maze, about an artist who builds a huge fort in his living room out of cardboard. The clever concept here is that as soon as you enter the maze, it turns into something much bigger. Dave builds the maze out of pure frustration, only to end up trapped by the "fantastical pitfalls, booby traps, and critters of...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Dave, Indies, Michel Gondry, Bill Watterson, To Watch, Duplass Brothers, Scott Krinsky


‘Room 104′ Trailer: The Duplass Brothers’ HBO Anthology Series

After HBO sadly canceled Togetherness, they ordered another series from filmmakers Mark and Jay Duplass. Their upcoming anthology series, Room 104, is set entirely in one hotel room. Each episode follows a new guest. Some of these guests are played Amy Landecker, James Van Der Beek, Orlando Jones, Mae Whitman, and Philip Baker Hall. Starting next month, you can watch them check into Room 104. Below, watch the Room 104 trailer. The Duplass brothers have described the series as “finding some m...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Drama, Mae Whitman, Movie Trailers, Phoenix, Mark, Jay Duplass, Davie, Chad Hartigan, Ross Partridge, James Van Der Beek, Mark Duplass, Half Nelson, Duplass, Karan Soni


Full Room 104 Trailer and Episode List from HBO

Full Room 104 trailer and episode list from HBO “The banal” can be a most interesting place – if you stop and take a look. Telling tales of the characters who pass through a single room of a typical American chain motel, the Duplass Brothers-produced anthology series Room 104 begins its 12-episode season Friday, July 28 (11:30 p.m.-midnight ET/PT), exclusively on HBO. Check out the full Room 104 trailer below, along with a full episode list with plot descriptions! Update: Check out the Room 1...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Mae Whitman, Jay, Phoenix, Mark, Jay Duplass, Yong Kim, Steve Zissis, Davie, Chad Hartigan, Ross Partridge, James Van Der Beek, Nat Wolff


This Week In Trailers: Last Men in Aleppo, Another Evil, STEP, Flames, Violet

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week we lighten things up by talking about Syria, go ghost hunting in a vacation home, realize we have two left feet, watch a real relati...
Tags: Movies, America, Syria, This Week In Trailers, Movie Trailers, Assad, Aleppo, Josephine Decker, Movie Marketing, Duplass Brothers, Carson Mell, Amanda Lipitz, Feras Fayyad, Bas Devos, Zefrey Throwell


Unabomber Series Manifesto Casts Mark Duplass & More

Unabomber series Manifesto casts Mark Duplass & more Discovery Channel announced today that Mark Duplass (Togetherness, Blue Jay), Jeremy Bobb (The Knick, Godless), Lynn Collins (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), Katja Herbers (Manhattan, The Leftovers), and Brían F. O’Byrne (Mildred Pierce, Aquarius) have been cast in its upcoming scripted Unabomber series Manifesto, set to air this year. Produced by John Goldwyn, serving as consultant to Discovery, Lionsgate, Trigger Street Productions and Discove...
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‘Blue Jay’ Trailer: Mark Duplass and Sarah Paulson Play Former High School Sweethearts

The Duplass Brothers have a four-picture deal with Netflix. Last summer, the streaming service announced they’d finance four movies produced by Jay and Mark Duplass through their production company Duplass Brothers Productions. Unlike Netflix’s Adam Sandler movies, however, the brothers’ films will first go to theaters. The first film the Duplass brothers have produced for Netflix is Alex Lehmann’s feature directorial debut Blue Jay, which stars Duplass and recent Emmy winner Sarah Paulson (The...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Jay, Sarah Paulson, Adam Sandler, Mark, Jay Duplass, Amanda, Jim, Orchard, Paulson, Blue Jay, Mark Duplass, Duplass


‘The Florida Project’ Movie: Willem Dafoe Goes To Disney World In ‘Tangerine’ Director’s Next Film

At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, I sat in the library theater for the premiere of an ultra low budget film titled Tangerine. Filmmaker Sean Baker‘s Duplass Brothers-produced dramedy told the story of a transgender working girl searching Hollywood on Christmas Eve for the pimp who broke her heart. The film surprised the crowd with its heart and comedy, but the big shock came after the screening when the director revealed that the whole film was shot on an iPhone 5s. The film has been namedrop...
Tags: Images, Florida, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Disney, Jj Abrams, Pharrell, Baker, Walt Disney, Independent, Tangerine, Disney World, Indiewire, Orlando Florida, Sean Baker


Mark Duplass and Sarah Paulson’s Blue Jay Will Punch You in the Heart

The first film from the Duplass Brothers under their deals with Netflix and the Orchard is a quiet character study of former high school sweethearts. The post Mark Duplass and Sarah Paulson's Blue Jay Will Punch You in the Heart appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Culture, Sarah Paulson, Mark Duplass, Duplass Brothers


The Duplass Brothers’ Anthology Series ‘Room 104’ Is Coming to HBO

Although HBO canceled Togetherness after only two delightful and often painful seasons, they’re not out of business with the Duplass brothers just yet. The cable network has ordered a new anthology series from writers and directors Mark and Jay Duplass. Next year is when we’ll Room 104, which is about “finding the magic in the mundane.” Below, learn more about The Duplass brothers new HBO show. Deadline says Room 104 is set entirely in one location. The series will take place at an average A...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Drama, Los Angeles, Netflix, Jay, Adam Sandler, Mark, Jay Duplass, Casey Bloys, Mark Duplass, Duplass, Duplass Brothers


HBO Announces Anthology Comedy Series Room 104 from the Duplass Brothers

HBO announces anthology comedy series Room 104 from the Duplass Brothers HBO announced today that Room 104, a new anthology comedy series from brothers Jay and Mark Duplass, will begin production later this year for a 2017 debut. The Duplass brothers will serve as showrunners and executive producers. Set in a single room of an average American hotel, Room 104 tells a different story of the assorted characters who pass through it in each episode. “Jay and Mark Duplass are two of the most inven...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, TV News, Jay, Steve Zissis, Casey Bloys, Mark Duplass, TV Premiere Dates, Duplass, Duplass Brothers, Nicky Nelson