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TV Bits: ‘Good Omens’, ‘Oklahoma!’, ‘Deadwood’, ‘Brave New World’, ‘Utopia’

In this edition of TV Bits: Check out a new behind-the-scenes look at Good Omens. Broadway musical Oklahoma! is being turned into a TV series. Timothy Olyphant talks about his hesitation to return to Deadwood. Alden Ehrenreich will star in Brave New World series. John Cusack joins Gillian Flynn’s Utopia. In the words of @NeilHimself, this behind-the-scenes look proves that the making of #GoodOmens was even madder than you can imagine. pic.twitter.com/BimbtimWAU — Good Omens (@GoodOmensPri...
Tags: Amazon, Hbo, Television, Movies, Western, Neil Gaiman, Sci-fi, America, Adaptation, Timothy Olyphant, Utopia, Nick Offerman, John, Soma, Oklahoma, Musical


‘News Of The World’, the Paul Greengrass Western Starring Tom Hanks, Heads to Universal

News of the World, the Western that will reunite Paul Greengrass with Tom Hanks, is moseying on over to a new studio. Fox 2000 was originally set to release the movie, but Disney has shuttered future productions for the label in the wake of the Disney-Fox merger. The movie now belongs to Universal, which also distributed Greengrass’ Jason Bourne series, Green Zone, and United 93. Deadline is reporting that News of the World has found a new home at Universal. Hanks’ Playtone has a good relati...
Tags: Movies, Western, Disney, Tom-Hanks, Fox, Paul-Greengrass, News Of The World, Universal, United, San Antonio, Phillips, Kidd, Gabler, Hanks, Disney Fox, Elizabeth Gabler


Netflix’s Live-Action ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Series Casts John Cho as the “Impossibly Cool” Lead

Netflix’s live-action Cowboy Bebop series has lassoed its cast. In an inspired piece of casting, John Cho has been cast as Spike Siegel, the bounty hunter who leads a motley crew aboard the spaceship Bebop, in the live-action adaptation of the seminal genre-bending anime series created by Shinichiro Watanabe. Joining Cho in the Cowboy Bebop live-action cast are Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda, and Alex Hassell. Netflix announced that John Cho will be leading the Cowboy Bebop live-action cast...
Tags: Movies, Casting, Western, Sci-fi, Netflix, United States, Adaptation, Anime, Jet, Luke Cage, John-Cho, Cho, Faye, Watanabe, Scott Rosenberg, Shinichiro Watanabe


The Rifleman #3 - Alex Toth art

The Rifleman v1 #3, 1960 - After many years away, a young boy's older brother returns with his unscrupulous new friends. Alex Toth's drawings on this short story are loose and somewhat imprecise. His layouts are straightforward, bordering on monotonous. The overall results are less than adequate, but pale in comparison to Toth's other Dell works from the same period. This comic is based on the [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Western, Dell, 1960s, Toth, Alex Toth, Ted F


‘Deadwood’ Movie Trailer Reveals Tense New Footage, Confirms May Premiere Date

Alright, I guess it’s time to admit the Deadwood movie is really, finally happening. There’s even a new trailer! And a premiere date! I never thought this day would come. HBO’s new film will reunite almost the entire original cast of the Shakespearian Western for one last hurrah, thirteen years after the series was cancelled. The movie premieres this May. Watch the Deadwood movie trailer below. Dead Movie Trailer "It’d be a pity not to recognize what’s at stake." #Deadwood: The Movie prem...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Western, South Dakota, Movie Trailers, Tony, Deadwood, David Milch, Milch, Casey Bloys, TV To Film Adaptation, HBO Programming, Bloys, Deadwood movie, Keone Young, Jade Pettyjohn Deadwood


The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to Netflix in April 2019

Spring is almost here, and with the warmer weather comes new movies. Next month, Netflix will be releasing several great titles that you really shouldn’t miss, including the never-before-released Roadshow cut of The Hateful Eight! Check out the best new TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in April 2019. Movies Coming to Netflix in April 2019   Burning Burning is a masterpiece. Does that sound hyperbolic? Maybe – but it’s true. This slow-burn thriller Lee Chang-dong works its way under...
Tags: Movies, Horror, White House, Western, Sci-fi, America, Netflix, Burning, Quentin Tarantino, Gary Oldman, Jason, The Hateful Eight, Bruce Willis, Tarantino, Nixon, Freddy


‘The Brigands of Rattlecreek’: Park Chan-wook Directing Violent Western for Amazon, Matthew McConaughey Eyed to Star

Years before writer S. Craig Zahler made his directorial debut with his ultra-violent western Bone Tomahawk, he sold a screenplay for a different ultra-violent western called The Brigands of Rattleborge, which had Oldboy director Park Chan-wook lined up to direct way back in 2012. Despite the script being on The Black List in 2006, the project was stuck in development hell for years, but now Amazon has picked it up with a slightly-altered name: The Brigands of Rattlecreek. Park is back in the d...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Matthew-McConaughey, Casting, Western, Star, Thriller, Amazon Studios, McConaughey, Action/Adventure, Zahler, Park Chan wook, The Black List, S. Craig Zahler, Craig Zahler, Bradley Fischer


Gun Owners of America Gets Its Day In Court On Bump Stocks

GOA gets its day in court on bump stocks USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- As I write this letter to you, I am on a plane, returning from western Michigan. The “lake effect” has dropped more snow than I’m used to seeing during this time of year. So for me, I’m looking forward to returning home to dry land. I’ve left the federal district court in Kalamazoo, Michigan, where Gun Owners of America delivered its oral arguments on Wednesday in opposition to the ATF’s bump stock ban. As you know, GOA is suing...
Tags: Usa, Guns, Washington, Western, America, Fbi, Lawsuits, Michigan, Las Vegas, Goa, Chevron, Kamala Harris, Gun Owners of America GOA, ATF, Olson, KALAMAZOO MICHIGAN


How to Design a Good Sci-Fi Space Helmet: An Interview With the Filmmakers of ‘Prospect’

Prospect is a bold, unique indie film (read /Film editor Jacob Hall’s review of the film from SXSW). It’s a low-budget sci-fi western that relies heavily on practical effects to tell its story. In this day and age, that’s a rarity. It’s particularly impressive because when you use practical props, sets, and effects, you have to deal with a lot of inconveniences on set, like figuring how to work with actors that need to be in helmets and space suits for eight or twelve hours per day. That’s daun...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, La, Western, Sci-fi, Earth, Features, Ridley Scott, Jay, Pedro, Sxsw, Jay Duplass, Matt, Prospect, Zeek, Jacob Hall


British Isil fighters surrender to US-backed forces amid Baghuz offensive

British fighters are among hundreds of Islamic State jihadists who surrendered to Western-backed forces in eastern Syria, a senior commander has said.  Some 400-500 people, including Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) fighters left the village of Baghuz on Monday, in the latest sign that fanatical resistance inside the terror group's last village is crumbling.   “There are different nationalities: Iraqi, French, Russian, English. I don’t have the exact number at this moment, but the...
Tags: Asia, News, Islamic State, Isil, Iraq, Western, US, Syria, Middle East, Telegraph, Soviet Union, SDF, Euphrates, Levant ISIL, John Cantlie, Afrin


Plan to combat drought in West hinges on California, Arizona

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — A California irrigation district with the highest-priority rights to water from a major Western river is using its power to demand federal funds to restore the state's largest lake, hoping to capitalize on one of its best opportunities yet to tackle a long-standing environmental and human health hazard.
Tags: Science, California, Western, Ap, California Arizona, FLAGSTAFF Ariz


HBO 2019 Teaser Has Footage from ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Watchmen’, ‘Deadwood’ & More

HBO has quite the slate of programming coming to the cable channel this year, and they want to get everyone excited for what’s in store. That’s why they’ve released a 2019 sizzle reel with new footage from the anticipated return of shows like Game of Thrones and Big Little Lies, not to mention new shows like Watchmen, His Dark Materials and The Righteous Gemstones. Plus, fans will be excited to see a quick tease of the Deadwood movie, along with a slate of the rest of the HBO original movies an...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Western, Sci-fi, Bbc, John Goodman, Game Of Thrones, Emma Thompson, Halifax, Philip Pullman, Damon Lindelof, Nicole Holofcener, Russell T Davies


New Blu-ray Releases: ‘A Star Is Born’, ‘Widows’, ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’, ‘The Little Mermaid’, ‘The Sisters Brothers’, ‘Robin Hood’

This week’s Blu-ray round-up features not one, but two highly underrated films from 2018 – a heist flick and a Western. You’ll also find a big Hollywood musical, two very different Disney films, and yet another reboot of Robin Hood. These are the new Blu-ray releases and their special features you should check out this week and beyond. A Star Is Born Back in September of 2018, when I saw A Star Is Born at TIFF, there was already a firm narrative in place that this musical remake was goi...
Tags: London, Movies, Drama, Western, Robin-Hood, Features, Chicago, Animation, Maine, Bradley Cooper, Sequels, Adaptation, Lady Gaga, Little Mermaid, The Little Mermaid, Steve McQueen


Paul Schrader’s Next Film Is a ‘Neo-Meta Western’; Ethan Hawke No Longer Involved

When last we spoke of Paul Schrader‘s next film, Nine Men from Now, Schrader was hoping that his First Reformed star Ethan Hawke would star alongside Willem Dafoe. Now, Schrader has an update. The film is still happening, but sadly, Hawke is out. But Schrader does have a fun new description of the film: a Western that plays out as if Terrence Malick and David Lynch came in and took a shit on the script. Who wouldn’t want to see that? During a recent Q&A (via IndieWire), Paul Schrader gave a ...
Tags: Movies, California, Western, Ethan Hawke, David Lynch, Terrence Malick, Wells Fargo, Indiewire, Hawke, Willem, Ethan, Paul-Schrader, Willem-Dafoe, Budd Boetticher, Randolph Scott, Dafoe


‘Deadwood’ Movie Plot Teased by Ian McShane, Including a Returning Villain

After years of waiting, the Deadwood movie is almost here. I still can’t believe it myself, and I probably won’t fully accept it until I’ve actually sat down to watch it. For now, though, I can take solace in some new plot details from Al Swearengen himself, Ian McShane. McShane reaffirmed some things we’ve heard already: that the movie is all about the passage of time, and how much the surviving characters have changed since we last saw them. Get the Deadwood movie plot details below. Deadw...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Western, South Dakota, John Hawkes, Kane, Hearst, Ian-McShane, Tcas, Strauss, Deadwood, Alma, David Milch, Boothe, McShane, William Randolph Hearst


HBO’s Long-Awaited ‘Deadwood’ Movie Will Arrive This Spring

Fans have been waiting a long time to see a Deadwood movie bring David Milch‘s western world back to HBO. The series ended in 2006, but chatter about a movie kept emerging on and off over the past few years. Amazingly, production actually began last fall, and fans won’t have to wait very long before they get to see what’s happening 10 years following the events of the series finale in Deadwood, South Dakota. Deadline has confirmed the Deadwood movie release date will fall sometime in the spri...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Western, Sequels, Deadwood, David Milch, Deadwood South Dakota, Casey Bloys, HBO Films, Daniel Minahan, Jane Canary William Sanderson, Kim Dickens Joanie Stubbs, Gerald McRaney George Hearst


Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks Looking to Reunite For Civil War Western ‘News of the World’

Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks worked together on the harrowing Captain Phillips, and now they’re hoping to get the band back together for News of the World, based on the novel by Paulette Jiles – a Western set in the aftermath of the Civil War. This would be a bit of a departure for Greengrass, who has spent the last few years helming either films based on real-life events and tragedies, or Bourne sequels. Paul Greengrass directing Tom Hanks in a Western? That might be pretty damn cool. Vari...
Tags: Movies, Western, Tom-Hanks, Paul-Greengrass, Adaptation, News Of The World, San Antonio, Phillips, Kidd, Johanna, Hanks, Greengrass, Jefferson Kyle Kidd, Paulette Jiles, Kiowa Indian


Exclusive ‘The Sisters Brothers’ Clip Goes Behind-the-Scenes of the Best Movie You Didn’t See in 2018

The Sisters Brothers is the best movie you didn’t see in 2018 – a strange, melancholy postmodern Western starring John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Riz Ahmed and Jake Gyllenhaal. If you missed the film in theaters (and there’s a good chance you did), The Sisters Brothers is hitting digital this week, and Blu-ray next month, and you should really make an effort to see it. In honor of the digital release, we have an exclusive The Sisters Brothers clip focusing on the film’s director, Jacques Audia...
Tags: Movies, Oregon, Western, Jake Gyllenhaal, Joaquin Phoenix, Jacques Audiard, Video Clips, Blu, John C Reilly, Don, Patrick deWitt, Riz Ahmed, Behind the Scenes Footage, The Sisters Brothers, Sisters Brothers, Benoît Debie


The Texan #14 - Matt Baker art & cover

Matt Baker The Texan v1 #14, 1951 - On this Matt Baker cover, an indian attack on a covered wagon is interrupted by a band of rescuers appearing just over the ridge. While not artfully composed, Baker makes up for it inside with three engagingly drawn stories. In "Death's Roundup", the artist uses larger panels than usual, giving it more weight and importance. From the terrific opening splash [Author: Ted F]
Tags: Comics, Western, 1950s, Baker, St John, Matt Baker, Ted F


Westworld Mobile Game Gets The Axe

The Westworld mobile game based on the popular sci-fi TV series has been removed from app stores following a lawsuit between publisher Warner Bros. and Bethesda Softworks. The official Westworld Mobile Twitter account has come out with a simple statement announcing the removal of the game from online stores as well as its eventual closure […]
Tags: Games, Western, Smartphones, Anime, Warner Bros, Announcements, Bethesda Softworks, Casuals, Westworld Mobile Twitter


Now Stream This: ‘The Commuter’, ‘Ricochet’, ‘Tombstone’, ‘Cat People’, ‘Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion’ and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Hello there, streamers. As usual, I’ve gathered together a smorgasbord of movies you can stream right now. The goal of Now Stream This is to offer variety. While the other streaming columns we run here at /Film are usually focused-in on specific genres or styles, Now Stream This likes to keep things loosey-goosey. I want to give you options, becaus...
Tags: Amazon, Lisa Kudrow, Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Horror, Washington, Ben Affleck, Western, Malcolm McDowell, Features, Netflix, Thriller, New Orleans, Starz


Netflix’s Midwestern Gothic ‘The Devil All The Time’ Has a Ridiculously Star-Studded Cast

It’s no exaggeration to call the cast of The Devil All the Time the “Avengers of casts” because, well, it’s got two Avengers and it’s just plain impressive. Netflix’s newest original film is a gothic drama directed by Antonio Campos (The Sinner, Christine) that boasts a ridiculously good cast including Tom Holland, Chris Evans, Mia Wasikowska, Robert Pattinson, and Bill Skarsgard. Netflix announced the super cast of The Devil All the Time, a Midwestern gothic drama directed by The Sinner‘s A...
Tags: Usa, Movies, Drama, Casting, Time, Western, Alabama, Netflix, Robert-Pattinson, Holland, Evans, Avengers, Christine, Golden Globe, Campos, Antonio Campos


Paul Schrader Wants to Follow ‘First Reformed’ With a Western Starring Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe

Paul Schrader has never gone away, but his career is encountering a sudden upswing thanks to his acclaimed 2018 film First Reformed. So what’s next for Schrader? According to the man himself, he wants to make a Western called Nine Men from Now, and he hopes Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe will star. Those details alone are enough to pique my interest. During an impromptu interview at the Critics’ Choice Awards, Paul Schrader dropped some info on his potential next project: Also spoke with Paul...
Tags: Movies, California, Western, Ethan Hawke, John Wayne, Remakes, Wells Fargo, Hawke, Willem, Ethan, Budd, Paul-Schrader, Willem-Dafoe, Randolph Scott, Boetticher, Dafoe


Huawei's Poland Crisis Threatens to Intensify Spying Concerns

Huawei Technologies Co. cut loose a sales director arrested in Poland on suspicion of espionage, moving swiftly to distance itself from a case that may crystallize fears the telecoms giant helps Beijing spy on Western governments. Chinese’s largest technology company fired Wang Weijing, who was responsible for sales to public sector clients, saying the incident has brought Huawei “into disrepute,” without elaborating.
Tags: Science, Western, Beijing, Poland, Huawei, Huawei Technologies Co, Wang Weijing


Wild Women, Forty Pricks, and Western Noir

None Film critic Manny Farber, in typical inimitable style, summarized much of Samuel Fuller's film oeuvre through simultaneous praise and critique in the following observation: "What's good about his films is lovable; the daring, uninhibited use of semidocumentary techniques that save the movie from Fuller's mind, an unthinking morass at best" (Negative Space: Manny Farber on the Movies (New York: De Capo Press, 1998, 132). Put slightly more generously, Fuller's film style often trumps the plo...
Tags: Feature, Music, New York, Hollywood, Romance, California, Western, Wes, West, Brooklyn, Smith, Criterion, Lily, Brock, Jessica, Drummond


Britain left in dark over US withdrawal from Afghanistan

Britain was not told of American plans to withdraw up to half its troops from Afghanistan, with officials only hearing of the abrupt shift by its closest military ally from news reports. The decision caused surprise and unease among Western diplomats in Kabul, with one warning it was an early Christmas present to the Taliban. Only hours before reports of the plan, the head of the British armed forces had said he believed Donald Trump would not announce a major troop withdrawal, as he had from Sy...
Tags: UK, News, Islamic State, Iraq, Western, US, America, Eu, Syria, Bbc, Afghanistan, Britain, Theresa May, Taliban, Nato, Kabul


Putin Praises Trump’s Decision To Withdraw Troops From Syria

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, Associated Press MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a chilling warning Thursday about the rising threat of a nuclear war, saying “it could lead to the destruction of civilization as a whole and maybe even our planet” — and putting the blame squarely on the U.S. Speaking at his annual news conference, Putin scoffed at Western claims he wants to dominate the world and said Western countries are antagonizing Russia for their own domestic reasons, and at th...
Tags: News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Western, Syria, Ukraine, Ap, Britain, United States, Nato, Moscow, Donald Trump, Black Sea, Trump, Salisbury


Putin issues chilling warning on rising nuclear war threat, blames U.S.

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV MOSCOW  — Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a chilling warning Thursday about the rising threat of a nuclear war, saying “it could lead to the destruction of civilization as a whole and maybe even our planet” — and putting the blame squarely on the U.S. Speaking at his annual news conference, Putin scoffed at Western claims he wants to dominate the world and said Western countries are antagonizing Russia for their own domestic reasons, and at their own peril. He dism...
Tags: Health, News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Western, Uncategorized, Sport, World news, Syria, Ukraine, Britain, Soccer, United States, Nato, Moscow


‘Deadwood’ Movie Photos Prove This is Finally, Really Happening

When it comes to the Deadwood movie, I’ve always maintained a “I’ll believe it when I see it” mentality. The film follow-up to David Milch‘s Shakespearian Western has been talked about for so long, that I started to think it would never happen – even when everyone involved said that it definitely was. Now I think I can finally start to accept reality, because the first Deadwood movie photos have surfaced, proving that yes, it’s really happening. EW has our first look at official Deadwood mov...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Western, Timothy-Olyphant, Marshall, Ian-McShane, Bullock, Deadwood, David Milch, Olyphant, Milch, McShane, Casey Bloys, TV To Film Adaptation, HBO Programming