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‘Hunt’ Trailer: Lee Jung-Jae’s Political Action Thriller Hits Theaters & VOD On December 2

American audiences know Lee Jung-jae as the Emmy Award-winning actor on Netflix‘s “Squid Game.” However, in his home country of South Korea, he’s arguably better known for his directing. And what a resume Jung-jae has, full of actioners, period pieces, and thrillers. Now, his latest, “Hunt,” hits American theaters this December, fresh off its world […]

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‘Stranger Things,’ ‘The White Lotus’ Top Emmy Craft Awards: 6 Things We Learned

Netflix’s horror blockbuster ”Stranger Things” and HBO’s black comedy/whodunit “The White Lotus” led the Creative Arts Emmys this weekend with five awards apiece. “Euphoria,” the gritty teen phenom, followed right behind with four prizes, while Netflix’s global sensation, “Squid Game,” the Korean survival drama, captured three wins, as did HBO’s popular “Barry” comedy. However, the […]

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‘Euphoria,’ ‘White Lotus’ & ‘Stranger Things’ Top Creative Arts Emmys Night Two [Complete List]

After a night when Adele, Barack Obama and Chadwick Boseman were all honored with shiny gold statues, the second night of the Creative Arts Emmy Awards shared some tea leaves for next week’s Prime Time Emmy Awards ceremony. Three series took home five Emmys: “Euphoria,” “The White Lotus” and “Stranger Things.” “Squid Game” followed with […]

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‘Squid Game’s Lee Jung-jae to star in ‘Deliver Us From Evil’ spin-off

Lee set to produce, star and possibly direct the series based on his character in the 2020 crime action film.Squid Game’s Lee Jung-jae is set to star in a spin-off from director Hong Won-chan’s South Korean action thriller Deliver Us From Evil, produced as a global Ott series.Tentatively titled Ray, after Lee’s vengeful assassin character […]

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‘Abbott Elementary,’ ‘The White Lotus’ and ‘Yellowjackets’ Among Top Winners at LGBTQ Critics’ Dorian TV Awards

Click here to read the full article.Abbott Elementary, The White Lotus and Yellowjackets were among the top winners at the Galeca: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics’ Dorians TV Awards, which were announced Wednesday. The shows took home the awards for best TV comedy, miniseries and drama, respectively.Bob’s Burgers, Heartstopper, Squid Game and The Other […]

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Jung Ho-yeon’s Favorite ‘Squid Game’ Scene Was An Early Reminder To Herself That ‘You Are Enough’

Welcome to My Favorite Scene! In this series, IndieWire speaks to actors behind a few of our favorite television performances about their personal-best onscreen moment and how it came together.Jung Ho-yeon, one of the breakout stars of Netflix’s international smash hit “Squid Game,” and now an Emmy nominee for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama […]

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How Many Emmys Should ‘Succession’ Actually Win? A Category-by-Category Breakdown

The Emmys catch a lot of flack for narrow and repetitious voting patterns — consistently nominating the same shows at the expense of new and overlooked programs — but credit where credit is due, the TV Academy did (mostly) right by dramas this year. The consensus pick among TV critics for 2021’s best series, “Succession,” […]

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‘Emergency Declaration’ Trailer: Han-Jae-Rim’s Plane Thriller Starring ‘Parasite’ Star Song-Kang-Ho

Flying a plane is no easy task, and when dealt with an unfortunate hand in life, the captain and crew must take it upon themselves to do whatever they can to save as many lives as possible. Just like in Han-Jae-Rim’s upcoming movie “Emergency Declaration” starring “Parasite” actor Song Kang-ho and “Squid Game” actor Lee […]

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Creative Arts Emmy Analysis: ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘Euphoria’ Are the Big Craft Winners

Netflix’s horror phenomenon,”Stranger Things,” topped all craft categories Tuesday with 12 nominations, riding the strength of Season 4’s popular Vecna monster story line — and becoming the streamer’s most viewed English-language series. However, right behind was HBO’s acclaimed gritty teen drama, “Euphoria,” which grabbed 11 nominations for its breakthrough Season 2, after collecting only two […]

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