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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 actor Vanessa Redgrave, […]

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How ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Director Kari Skogland Found New Ways to Shoot Superhero Action [Interview]

Even if you don’t know her name, chances are strong you’ve seen the work of director Kari Skogland. Specifically, if you’ve been keeping up with high profile peak TV over the past decade, you’ve seen her output. Skogland has directed episodes of The Handmaid’s Tale, The Walking Dead, The Americans, Boardwalk Empire, House of Cards, […]

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‘Land’: Robin Wright Directs Herself Through A Familiar Wilderness Grieving Process [Sundance Review]

Take the nomad out of “Nomadland,” and you’re left with “Land,” Robin Wright‘s feature-directing debut (she previously directed 10 episodes of “House of Cards“), in which she also stars, as a grieving woman who, somewhat ironically given the film bows in the era of mandatory isolation, moves way up into the mountains “to get away […]

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Kevin Spacey Finally Drops Much-Anticipated Annual Creepy Christmas Cheer Video For Third Time In A Row After #MeToo Disgrace

You have to admire the dedication and resilience even though it might be rooted in severely damaged sociopathy. For the third year in a row, following his #MeToo career implosion, disgrace and subsequent expulsion from Hollywood, actor Kevin Spacey has returned to deliver another festive holiday message on YouTube in the guise of his Frank […]

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Senior Oscar Voters Will Love ‘Mank,’ David Fincher’s Return to Cinema Via Netflix

A valentine to Hollywood it’s not. “Mank” marks David Fincher’s return to the two-hour movie after a sojourn in Netflix series television. His 11th feature film came about when content execs Ted Sarandos and Cindy Holland asked their “House of Cards” and “Mindhunter” creator if he had something he’d always wanted to do.It turns out […]

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‘Mr. Jones’ Trailer: Vanessa Kirby, Peter Sarsgaard Star In A WWII Thriller For Director Agnieszka Holland

Polish film and television director and screenwriter Agnieszka Holland is a journeywoman. Beginning her career as an assistant to directors Krzysztof Zanussi and Andrzej Wajda, at 71, the underrated filmmaker has really done it all. In the early aughts, her no-nonsense style of directing and visual storytelling got her TV jobs on “The Wire” and […]

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Kevin Spacey Rebreaks Silence With Annual Creepy ‘House Of Cards’ Video Of Christmas Cheer

Happy holidays! Disgraced actor Kevin Spacey is back. After a year of silence from the thespian, heard last year offering creepy holiday cheer, vowing to not back down against multiple accusations of sexual assault, rape, and harassment that torpedoed his career—done in the voice of his character President Frank Underwood on Netflix’s “House Of Cards”—Spacey […]

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The rise of Netflix: an empire built on debt – podcast

Mark Lawson and Dan Milmo discuss the sustainability of the streaming service. Plus: Lara Spirit on why you should register to vote before Tuesday’s deadlineNetflix has risen from obscurity to be one of the most powerful media companies in the world with more than 150 million global subscribers. It has launched critically acclaimed hits such […]

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David Fincher to Produce ‘Chinatown’ Prequel Series for Netflix with Robert Towne

It was only a matter of time before the prequel machine eventually roped in “Chinatown,” but in a surprise move, the 1974 film will inspire a new Netflix series — not another movie. David Fincher and original “Chinatown” writer Robert Towne are set to produce.Deadline first reported that, 45 years after the film became one […]

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