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The Good Wife’s Jacqueline Hoyt Writing Audrey Hepburn Limited Series

The Good Wife’s Jacqueline Hoyt writing Audrey Hepburn limited series A little over two years after the project was first announced to be in development, the limited series biography of iconic EGOT winner Audrey Hepburn is gaining steam as The Good Wife writer/producer Jacqueline Hoyt has signed on to pen the project from Italy production company Wildside, according to Variety. RELATED: Spielberg’s Loose Autobiopic Adds Seth Rogen as Favorite Uncle The series will be based on a story treat...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Kaley Cuoco, Italy, TV News, Luigi, Seth Rogen, Audrey Hepburn, Biopic, Jude Law, Spielberg, The Good Wife, Luca, Hepburn, Underground Railroad

The Mosquito Coast Trailer Starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George

The Mosquito Coast trailer starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George Apple TV+ has released the official trailer for their upcoming series adaptation of The Mosquito Coast, based on author Paul Theroux’s best-selling novel of the same name. The seven-episode adaptation is set to premiere its first two episodes on Friday, April 30 followed by new episodes every Friday on Apple TV+. Check out The Mosquito Coast trailer in the player below! The video features Justin Theroux’s Allie Fox as h...
Tags: Apple, Video, TV, Movies, Mexico, US, Justin Theroux, Rupert Wyatt, TV News, Natalie Portman, Paul Theroux, PAUL, Golden Globe, Cross, Freemantle, Theroux

Starz Cancels American Gods, Though May Return for Finale Event

Starz cancels American Gods, though may return for finale event After a turbulent rollercoaster of development cycles for the series adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s iconic novel, Starz has elected to bring American Gods to an early close after three seasons at the network, with the cancellation coming on the heels of the latest season finale, according to The Hollywood Reporter. RELATED: CS Video: Neil Gaiman & Ricky Whittle Talk American Gods Season 3 “American Gods will not return for a four...
Tags: TV, Movies, Lionsgate, Neil Gaiman, TV News, Starz, Gillian Anderson, Denis, Jones, New Black, Glover, Fremantle, Freemantle, Gaiman, Michael Green, Jordan Peele

The Mosquito Coast Teaser: Justin Theroux Leads Apple TV+ Adaptation

The Mosquito Coast Teaser: Justin Theroux leads Apple TV+ adaptation A little over a year since the series adaptation was first announced, Apple TV+ has unveiled the first and premiere date for the Justin Theroux-starring iteration of The Mosquito Coast, based on the novel of the same name penned by his uncle Paul Theroux. The teaser can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Mythic Quest Season 2 Teaser: All This Play is a Lot of Work if ( ! ezoic_test() )...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, TV, Movies, Mexico, US, Apple TV, Justin Theroux, Rupert Wyatt, TV News, Streaming, Teaser, Paul Theroux, PAUL, Golden Globe, Cross

Freemantle and Perth photos

Photos to upload. Have managed to upload some photos but others seem to be missing. I'll try again in a few days to find the ones I've missed but this has taken me all day to sort so far. Lyn There are the sculptures from Cottesloe beach includ
Tags: Travel, Perth, Freemantle, Lyn

Freemantle Perth and beyond

Having probs with photos again so will just publish this and try and do photos later. Freemantle and Perth Day 28 Tuesday 10th March 2020 We were due to arrive in Perth approx 10 am and duly moored up on the quayside next to a
Tags: Travel, Perth, Freemantle, Freemantle Perth


Day 22 to 27Adelaide to Albany Before we go to the news the photos are mostly of Freemantle and Perth if they actually appear. Have inserted them once but they seem to be missing now. Will try again later Publishing this though. Hope you f
Tags: Travel, Adelaide, Perth, Albany, Freemantle

Starz Responds to Orlando Jones’ ‘American Gods’ Firing Claims [TCA 2020]

Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s book American Gods has had a troubled life on the network. After a successful first season, showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green exited in a dispute. Season 2 showrunner Jesse Alexander left before it aired. Season 3 has dropped cast members Orlando Jones and Mousa Kraish, with Jones claiming his firing was racially motivated. Starz President and CEO Jeffrey Hirsch gave an executive session for the Television Critics Association on Tuesday. /Film a...
Tags: Television, Movies, Neil Gaiman, America, Starz, Nancy, Jones, Orlando, Television Critics Association, Ian Mcshane, Nancy Jones, Freemantle, Gaiman, Fuller, Michael Green, Hirsch

‘American Gods’ Season 2 Loses Showrunner as Problems Plague Production

American Gods has sacrificed another showrunner as Jesse Alexander is reportedly out at Starz series. Alexander was brought in to replace previously fired showunners Michael Green and Bryan Fuller. A new report indicates Alexander had problems with developing American Gods season 2 from the get-go, and now the entire production is in turmoil. American Gods Season 2 Showrunner Fired? Oh god, what is going on with American Gods? Showrunners Michael Green and Bryan Fuller were both fired fro...
Tags: New York, Television, Movies, Neil-Gaiman, Green, Adaptation, Starz, Alexander, Ian-McShane, Fremantle, Freemantle, Gaiman, Fuller, Michael-Green, Bryan Fuller, American Gods

Starz Says Neil Gaiman Will Showrun ‘American Gods’, Gaiman Says No [TCA 2018]

Starz CEO Chris Albrecht spoke to the Television Critics Association on Friday. When asked about the departures of American Gods showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, and cast member Gillian Anderson, who played the god Media, Albrecht said author Neil Gaiman, who wrote the novel that the show is based upon, would be promoted to showrunner. “Neil Gaiman will be moving into a more traditional showrunner function,” Albrecht said. “We’re looking for a partner for him to ensure the televis...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fantasy, Neil-Gaiman, Green, Adaptation, Starz, Gillian Anderson, Brian, Kristin Chenoweth, Anderson, Michael, Television Critics Association, Bryan, Albrecht, Neil

Starz Wants ‘American Gods’ to Run as Long as Possible [TCA 2017]

American Gods was met with immediate success and a green light for season 2. Speaking in front of the Television Critics Association, Starz CEO Chris Albrecht said that the show could run indefinitely. Based on the Neil Gaiman novel, series creators Bryan Fuller and Michael Green have taken the show in other directions that mean it won’t necessarily end where the book ends. “We are certainly on board for as long as the show makes sense for Starz,” Albrecht said. “We don’t see an end in sight...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, Lionsgate, Fantasy, Neil Gaiman, Britain, Adaptation, Starz, Ian Mcshane, Albrecht, Diana Gabaldon, Freemantle, Michael Green, Ricky Whittle, Bryan Fuller

Quick trip through Perth

Geo 31.9554 115.859We enjoyed one night in Perth. We spent our morning on a ferry ride to Freemantle and exploring this lovely old seaside village. In the afternoon we enjoyed wandering around King39s Park before we headed to the airport for our la
Tags: Travel, Perth, Freemantle, King39s Park

Day 14 We tour Perth and Freemantle

Geo 31.9554 115.859ltigtltbgtTodays Challengeltbgt Carried over from day 13 To spot the elusive Black Swan.ltigtAs we rise we have a beautiful view over the city from our room and it has started to rain. It39s now half way t
Tags: Travel, Perth, Freemantle

Starz’ ‘American Gods’ Will Tackle “Race, Gun Control, Gender, and Jesus Christ” [TCA 2016]

Starz presented a panel on their 2017 series American Gods, based on Neil Gaiman’s graphic novel. Co-showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green were in attendance and screened a trailer first. The clips showed Shadow Moon (Ricky Whittle) released early from prison for his wife’s funeral. He throws a gold coin on her grave and it sinks into the dirt. His wife, Laura Moon (Emily Browning) returns later in the clip saying, “Who said I died, Bobby?” But not before we see Mr. Wednesday (Ian McShane)...
Tags: Television, Movies, Fantasy, Americas, Neil Gaiman, America, Green, Starz, Gillian Anderson, Hannibal, Jesus Christ, Ian Mcshane, Bobby, Laura, Gillian, Neil

18th century statistics

The ACS seems to have settled on a list of 'great' matches from the 18th century, starting from 1772, considered equivalent to first-class for statistical purposes. CricketArchive now lists these matches as first-class, starting with Hampshire v England.If any of the few remaining readers that I have were here three years ago, they might remember a series of posts on 19th-century first-class cricket in England. The biggest challenge was estimating bowling averages for the very early scorecards...
Tags: England, ACS, Hampshire, Hammond, Stevens, Freemantle, David Harris, David Barry, Hambledon Club, Alfred Mynn, Wells Walker Beauclerk Beldham

The last prime Swan River land?

Once-in-a-generation opportunity: East Freemantle mayor Jim O'Neill says residents can shape the riverside site. Pictures: Gerald Moscard The sale of Leeuwin Barracks in East Fremantle this year will see possibly the last big redevelopment site on the Swan River pass into the hands of developers.
Tags: Jim O Neill, Swan River, Freemantle, Gerald Moscard, Leeuwin Barracks, East Fremantle