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Elisabeth Moss: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale hasn’t taken a toll, it has helped me’

The Handmaid’s Tale star on doing her own stunts in The Invisible Man, the symbolic power of Offred’s cape – and working with a demanding dogElisabeth Moss, 37, has been nicknamed “the Queen of Peak TV” for her award-winning roles in several of the 21st century’s most acclaimed dramas. She played the president’s daughter Zoey […]

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‘The Invisible Man’ Super Bowl Spot: Now You See Him, Now You Don’t

The Invisible Man is returning to theaters, though not as part of the failed Dark Universe reboot of the classic Univesral Pictures movie monsters that started with The Mummy. Instead, we have a compelling thriller where Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid’s Tale) tries to escape an abusive marriage, only to be terrorized by what appears to […]

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‘Bad Boys for Life’ Leads Box Office as ‘The Rhythm Section’ Tanks

Sony’s “Bad Boys for Life” is keeping the North American box office healthy as it heads for its third weekend crown at domestic multiplexes with about $17.4 million at 3,705 sites, estimates showed Saturday.But Paramount’s spy thriller “The Rhythm Section,” starring Blake Lively, has tanked in ninth-place with a $2.9 million launch at 3,049 North […]

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New ‘Rhythm Section’ Trailer: Blake Lively Is Out For Revenge In Reed Morano’s Action Thriller

“The Rhythm Section” should have felt like a true event. It is, after all, the first non-James Bond movie produced by Eon Productions, the team of Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, who are behind the James Bond franchise, and was directed by Reed Morano, the cinematographer-turned-director behind memorable episodes of “Halt and Catch Fire,” […]

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Exclusive: Margaret Atwood’s ‘The Testaments’ Series Won’t Air Until ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Ends [TCA 2020]

The Handmaid’s Tale producer Warren Littlefield was at the Television Critics Association winter press tour for a Fargo season four panel. As Hulu and MGM recently acquired the rights to adapt author Margaret Atwood’s recently published sequel The Testaments, we asked Littlefield if the two shows could run concurrently on Hulu, but it sounds like […]

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Gilding With the Guilds: Rounding Up the TV Craft Nominations

The past several weeks have seen several of Hollywood’s entertainment guilds weigh in on the best that TV had to offer in 2019, with award nomination announcements from the Writers Guild of America, the Costume Designers Guild, the American Cinema Editors, and the Screen Actors Guild.During a period where awards announcements are dime-a-dozen, particularly in […]

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“It Was Like a Weird Dream”: Elisabeth Moss On Working With Wes Anderson

This has been a good year for Elisabeth Moss. Not only is Moss receiving accolades for “Her Smell,” a film about a self-destructive musician, she also starred in the third season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” and is set to revamp the Universal Monsters pantheon with her horror director Leigh Whannell. Oh, and she also starred […]

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‘Shut In’: Jason Bateman to Direct ‘Panic Room’-Style Thriller for New Line

Hey, remember earlier this year when Jason Bateman beat out the directors of Game of Thrones, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Killing Eve to win an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series? Split votes be damned – the dude took home the gold, and immediately parlayed that success into potentially directing a remake of […]

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Kasi Lemmons, Jane Rosenthal, Ann Dowd Talk Golden Globes Female Director Snub

The absence of women among director nominees for the Golden Globes is another example of how much work remains to be done to achieve gender parity in the entertainment industry, honorees said Tuesday night at the 40th annual Muse Awards presented by New York Women in Film and Television.“Harriet” director Kasi Lemmons, “The Irishman” producer […]

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