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David Fincher's New Netflix Show Is Voir, A Documentary Series About Cinema

The previously teased David Fincher/Netflix announcement has been revealed and, just to get this out of the way, it has nothing to do with "Mindhunter." Rather, the streaming service has revealed that Fincher is producing a new docuseries celebrating the art that is cinema. A brief teaser has been revealed, though it is admittedly a bit vague. Have a look for yourself.As we can see, the brief teaser promises this will be "a collection of visual essays for the love of cinema." It will premiere at...
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Netflix Is Teasing Some Kind Of Mysterious David Fincher Announcement

Well, that's one way to blow up social media. Netflix -- using its @NetflixFilm account -- posted a cryptic message to Twitter this morning: "Something special is coming tomorrow from David Fincher..."What could it be? The prolific director has already churned out bangers for the streaming service as an executive producer and director on "House of Cards," and as the creator of the breakout hit series "Mindhunter," which entered into purgatory before it could produce a widely clamored-for third s...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Fbi, Netflix, Paris, Wes Anderson, Oscar, House Of Cards, Michael Fassbender, Tilda Swinton, David Fincher, Fassbender, Picasso, Fincher, Joe Penhall


When Hollywood Is For Sale: What Media Mergers Mean For Movie Lovers

For those who have any interest in media, be it from Hollywood's perspective or purely from a business side of things, it is no secret that media consolidation has been a big thing in recent years. This, arguably, hit its apex of public interest when Disney completed its buyout of the majority of Fox's media assets in 2019. But, in less flashy ways for the general public, this is a trend that has only ramped up in recent years, especially in 2021. While it might not make for sexy bar talk, this ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Time Warner, Lionsgate, Reese Witherspoon, Disney, Fox, Netflix, James Bond, House Of Cards, Espn, Lucasfilm, Hulu


Netflix dominated the Emmys, tying the record for most wins with 44 and beating HBO

Emma Corrin in "The Crown." Netflix Netflix won the most Emmys for the first time on Sunday with a record-tying 44 wins. HBO, its biggest competitor, trailed with 19 wins, including four for HBO Max. Netflix and HBO have been in a tug-of-war in recent years. See more stories on Insider's business page. Eight years after "House of Cards" earned Netflix its first Emmy nominations, the streaming company came out on top in more ways than one on Sunday during the 73rd Emmys.Netflix's "T...
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Star Trek: Prodigy Beams Up Some Bad Guys

Star Trek’s big new break into kid-focused animation with Prodigy has already given us a motley crew of alien teens, a Starfleet legend to guide them, and even a glimpse of their slick new ship. But now we know what they’re going to be up against, and it’s already sounding very good.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Star Trek, House Of Cards, Westworld, Prodigy, Gwyn, Starfleet, John Noble, Jimmi Simpson, Ella Purnell, Television Series, Star Trek The Original Series, Imax Films, Creative Works, English Language Films


‘Invasion’ Season 1: Release Date, Trailer, Cast and More

(Welcome to …And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.) Aliens are attacking! But have no fear, the attack is fully fictional (so far). The extraterrestrials are making their way to Apple TV+ in the upcoming series, Invasion. Here’s everything you need to prepare for the takeover. Invasion Season 1 Release Date and Where You Can Watch It Invasion was ordered back in 2019, when fil...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, TV, Movies, Apple TV, House Of Cards, Al Pacino, Ahmed, Simon Kinberg, Weil, Verbruggen, Kinberg, David Weil, Shioli Kutsuna, Amanda Marsalis, Shamier Anderson


Faye Dunaway Joins New Kevin Spacey Film ‘The Man Who Drew God’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Faye Dunaway will appear alongside Kevin Spacey in his controversial new project, “The Man Who Drew God.” Directed by Italian actor Franco Nero, the feature will be Spacey’s first role since 2017, when dozens of accusations of sexual harassment and assault saw the “House of Cards” actor effectively ostracized from Hollywood. Nero’s wife, the “Harry […]
Tags: News, Global, House Of Cards, Vanessa Redgrave, Kevin Spacey, Cannes film festival, Faye Dunaway, Spacey, Franco Nero, Hollywood Nero


Kevin Spacey Is Ready for a Comeback — But Is Hollywood?

When news leaked last month that disgraced “House of Cards” actor Kevin Spacey had landed his first acting gig in over four years, taking on a supporting role in an Italian indie film, the backlash on social media was instantaneous — and intense. It was enough to prompt veteran actor Vanessa Redgrave, whose husband Franco […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Global, Franco, House Of Cards, Vanessa Redgrave, Kevin Spacey, Franco Nero, MeToo


Lars Von Trier’s ‘The Kingdom’ Adds Danish Stars Lars Mikkelsen, Nikolaj Lie Kaas to Cast

Lars Mikkelsen (“House of Cards”) and Nikolaj Lie Kaas (“Riders of Justice”) have joined the cast of Lars von Trier’s cult classic hospital series “The Kingdom.” The third and final season of the series, which began in the 1990s, will be shooting until the end of the summer. Von Trier has already reunited several members […]
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Kevin Spacey Set to Star in Italian Film The Man Who Drew God

After nearly three years of being off-screen, Kevin Spacey is set to star in the Italian film L’uomo Che Disegno Dio or, for English-speaking audiences, The Man Who Drew God. According to ABC News, the film will be directed by Franco Nero. Starring alongside Spacey will be Vanessa Redgrave, Nero’s wife. The Man Who Drew God will be filmed in Italy. Nero did express his excitement for Spacey’s involvement with his upcoming film. RELATED: Kevin Spacey Fired from House of Cards “I’m very happy Kev...
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Netflix's 'spectacle' TV boss explains how his team creates hits like 'The Queen's Gambit' and 'Jupiter's Legacy'

"Sweet Tooth." Netflix Netflix introduced a spectacle and events TV division last year, led by exec Peter Friedlander. Friedlander broke down the difference between spectacle and event programming. He also discussed shows that fall under his purview, like "Jupiter's Legacy" and the upcoming "Sweet Tooth." See more stories on Insider's business page. The worlds of Netflix's latest comic-book shows, its upcoming "Sweet Tooth" and recent hit "Jupiter's Legacy," are very differ...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Disney, US, America, Trends, Netflix, Harry Potter, House Of Cards, Streaming, Jesus, Ubisoft, The Hollywood Reporter, Jupiter


Inside Netflix's plan to create 'spectacle' TV and major events like 'Jupiter's Legacy' and 'The Queen's Gambit'

"Sweet Tooth." Netflix Netflix introduced a spectacle and events TV division last year, led by exec Peter Friedlander. Friedlander broke down the difference between spectacle and event programming. He also discussed shows that fall under his purview, like "Jupiter's Legacy" and the upcoming "Sweet Tooth." See more stories on Insider's business page. The worlds of Netflix's latest comic-book shows, its upcoming "Sweet Tooth" and recent hit "Jupiter's Legacy," are very differ...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Disney, US, America, Trends, Netflix, Harry Potter, House Of Cards, Streaming, Jesus, Ubisoft, The Hollywood Reporter, Jupiter


Actually, Political TV Shows Can Be Unflatteringly Accurate About U.S. Government

Political TV shows are a staple in American entertainment, with sensational dramas like House of Cards or character-driven comedies like VEEP giving us a fictional look into the inner workings of actual governmental systems. While most are blown wildly out of proportion, like Scandal (although based on real fixer Judy…Read more...
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‘Social Network’ Producer Dana Brunetti Options ‘Cutting the Cord,’ Memoir of Cell Phone Inventor (EXCLUSIVE)

Dana Brunetti, the producer behind “The Social Network,” “Captain Phillips” and Netflix’s “House of Cards,” has optioned Martin Cooper’s memoir “Cutting the Cord” and plans to develop it as a feature film. Cooper, referred to as “the father of the cell phone,” is credited with inventing the first handheld cellular device at Motorola. The story, […]
Tags: Motorola, News, Netflix, House Of Cards, Dana Brunetti, Social Network, Cooper, Phillips, Martin Cooper, Cutting the Cord


TV Bits: Down to Earth with Zac Efron, The Powerpuff Girls, Russian Doll, The Flight Attendant, and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Russian Doll finds a new cast member for season 2 Down to Earth with Zac Efron begins shooting its second season Netflix’s Prank Encounters season 2 gets a trailer Watch the trailer for new docuseries Moment of Truth Kim’s Convenience has closed up shop And more! If you’re into prank shows and Stranger Things, Netflix is hoping you’ll dig the combination it has put together for Prank Encounters, which is hosted by Dustin himself, Gaten Matarazzo. Here’s the t...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Australia, Kung Fu, Kaley Cuoco, Los Angeles, Earth, Green, Netflix, Michael-Jordan, Nba, House Of Cards, Cbs, Jordan, Kim


Life Is Already Too Stressful, Let a Very Patient Lego Robot Build a House of Cards for You

It’s inevitable that one day all of us will see our jobs taken over by automatons—the real question is whether we’ll be replaced by robots, or some elaborate and surprisingly capable Lego creation like Arthur Sacek created to build perfectly stacked structures made of playing cards.Read more...
Tags: Toys, Science, Films, Lego, House Of Cards, The Lego Movie, Arthur Sacek, LEGO Education, Lego House, LEGO Mindstorms, Creative Works, Technology Internet, Robot Kits, Lego Robot Build a House of Cards


The Filmmaker That Inspired Robin Wright Before Directing Her First Movie

After getting her feet wet on a number of House of Cards episodes, Robin Wright starred in and directed Land.
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Apple Shares M. Night Shyamalan 'Ask Me Anything' Video Highlighting 'Servant'

To highlight the launch of the second season of Apple TV+ show "Servant," series producer M. Night Shyamalan today did an hour-long video-based "Ask Me Anything" chat with Reddit users, which Apple has now shared on its YouTube channel. In addition to serving as producer on "Servant," Shyamalan has also directed three of the episodes to date, and in the AMA, he covered questions about the series and shared details about working with Apple. When choosing a home for "Servant," Shyamalan said tha...
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Land review – Robin Wright heads into the wild for tame drama

The actor makes a muted directorial debut with a conventional film about a woman going off the grid after a devastating tragedy Sundance 2021: which films might break out this year?In Robin Wright’s conventional, competent directorial debut, Land, the actor (who has previously shown adeptness behind the camera for various episodes of House of Cards) takes us somewhere we know a little too well. Edee (played by Wright), is an urban-dwelling woman whose grief has distanced her from society, as gri...
Tags: Film, Culture, Festivals, House Of Cards, Sundance film festival, Rockies, Robin Wright, Wright, Edee, Drama films, Sundance 2021


‘Land’ Review: Robin Wright Goes Off the Grid in Her Feature Directorial Debut [Sundance 2021]

“I’m here because I choose to be.” So says Edee (Robin Wright) after she’s been resuscitated from near-death in a secluded cabin tucked away in the Rocky Mountains. As Land begins, we see Edee come to the cabin under somewhat mysterious circumstances: she throws her cell phone in a trash can, and once she’s moved-in she pays someone to come haul her car away so she has no real way to leave without getting lost wandering in all that wilderness. The cabin rests on the edge of a hill and has quite...
Tags: Movies, Features, Movie Reviews, House Of Cards, Land, Miguel, Rocky Mountains, Sundance, Robin Wright, Wright, Bichir, Kim Dickens, Featured Stories Sidebar, Edee, Erin Dignam, Jesse Chatham


Kevin Spacey Shares Christmas Eve Video Dedicated to People Suffering in 2020: ‘It Gets Better’

Kevin Spacey posted a Christmas-themed YouTube video, marking the third year in a row that he has shared clips to his channel. This year’s video, titled “1-800 XMAS,” was a more somber affair than past years, offering compassion to people struggling over the holiday season. “If you’re standing in a place that you can no […]
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‘Land’ Trailer: Robin Wright Heads Into the Wild for Her Feature Directorial Debut

Actress Robin Wright (The Princess Bride, Forrest Gump) recently got behind the camera to make her feature directorial debut, Land, a new drama which has been accepted into the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Wright directs and stars in the new film, playing a woman who wants to live her life off the grid in the mountains – but as this newly released trailer reveals, the isolated wilderness lifestyle she yearns for proves to be a bit more complicated than it initially appears. Check out the first ...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Netflix, House Of Cards, Land, Movie Trailers, Rockies, Robin Wright, Wright, Chatham, Forrest Gump, Focus Features, Demián Bichir, Kim Dickens, Claire Underwood, Demian-Bichir


Original Content podcast: David Fincher presents a compelling character study in ‘Mank’

“Mank” is a change of pace for director David Fincher — instead of exploring the world of startup backstabbing (“The Social Network”), political backstabbing (“House of Cards”) or actual stabbings (“Seven,” “Zodiac,” “Gone Girl,” “Mindhunter” etc.), Fincher takes us back to ’30s and ’40s Hollywood. Working from a script by Fincher’s late father Jack, the movie is shot and edited to pay homage to the classic studio films of that era — especially “Citizen Kane,” whose co-writer Herman Mankiewicz (...
Tags: Apple, TC, Disney, Tech, Netflix, House Of Cards, Jack, Gary Oldman, David Fincher, Social Network, Kane, OLDMAN, Fincher, Herman Mankiewicz, Original Content Podcast, Mank


Morning Docket: 12.09.20

* A company that makes a law firm performance review platform has hired its first general counsel. Wonder how they'll track his performance... [Corporate Counsel] * A new lawsuit alleges that an Illinois funeral home gave out the wrong ashes to family members of the deceased. [Insurance Journal] * A lawyer for President Trump has been sued for saying that a former cybersecurity chief should be shot for statements made about the election. [Bloomberg Law] * Check out this New York City lawyer...
Tags: New York, Law, New York City, House Of Cards, Fox News, Santa, Illinois, General Counsel, Trump, Elf, Mike Pence, Insurance Journal, Morning Docket, Bloomberg Law, New York Attorney General, President Trump


The Marvelous Mrs Maisel’s Rachel Brosnahan: ‘You can always find a way forward’

After finding her feet in House of Cards, Rachel Brosnahan made the Marvelous Mrs Maisel all her own. Now she’s playing a 70s gangster’s moll on the run. Not bad for a self-confessed nerd and introvert…During lockdown in New York, Rachel Brosnahan really got into Survivor. Like, really into it. There are 40 seasons of this reality show where contestants are marooned and left to fend for themselves, and for her and her husband Jason, this was… a re-watch. “It really is a mirror for our society,” ...
Tags: New York, Television, Drama, Milwaukee, Culture, Television & radio, US television, House Of Cards, Jason, Maisel, Rachel Brosnahan, Mrs Maisel, Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel


4 tactics to get coworkers to stop interrupting you during meetings

You can establish your authority in a respectful, calm, and compelling way. fizkes/Getty Images If you want coworkers to recognize your good ideas, but keep getting interrupted in meetings, there are ways to politely and firmly get people to stop.  When someone interrupts you, wait for the person to finish speaking before completing your statement, and then follow up on your original idea or opinion.  Pair up with a colleague to use the "amplification" strategy — when one person makes an i...
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Netflix signs David Fincher in a 4-year exclusive deal

It’s official: Netflix has signed revered filmmaker and director David Fincher in an exclusive four-year deal. The artist, which has directed cult classics like Fight Club, Se7en, The Social Network, Zodiac, and Gone Girl, revealed the news in an interview with French outlet Premiere. There aren’t many details as to what the partnership involves, but the move makes perfect sense given the pair’s evolving relationship. [Read: Traders dump Zoom for Expedia as Pfizer vaccine teases life after COVID...
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David Fincher Signs a Four-Year Exclusive Deal With Netflix

David Fincher has had a pretty good relationship with Netflix. He served as executive producer on the Netflix shows Mindhunter and House of Cards, and when Mindhunter went on indefinite hold, the streaming service gave him the chance to make one of his dream projects, Mank. Now, Fincher says he’s signed a four-year exclusive deal with Netflix, which means any Fincher projects in the foreseeable future will be housed there. According to Premiere, via The Playlist, David Fincher has signed a 4...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, House Of Cards, David Fincher, Picasso, Fincher, Mank


David Fincher Says There Are Only Two Seasons For Movies: “Spandex Summer” and “Affliction Winter”

David Fincher is famous (or maybe infamous) for being brutally honest, and the Mank director is certainly not holding his tongue when it comes to Hollywood and the “Happy Meal” tentpole movies that have taken over the entertainment landscape. Though Fincher doesn’t name names, the filmmaker behind The Social Network, Gone Girl, and the upcoming Netflix drama Mank is not happy with how Hollywood has become so dominated by superhero franchises and remakes that the movie slate has diminished to “o...
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'Roadkill' is the latest politcal show to get run over by reality

"Roadkill" is one of those classy British miniseries that looks right at home on PBS' Masterpiece, even though it's a contemporary story. But this tale of a politician wrestling with twin scandals -- one involving corruption, the other in his personal life -- seems quaint against the backdrop of modern politics, as fans of shows like "Veep" and "House of Cards," once seen as enjoyably over the top, have observed.
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