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Hyperion Movie Adaptation Coming From Bradley Cooper

Bradley Cooper is launching a new production banner, and it already has a project lined up: “Hyperion,” based on the sci-fi novel series by Dan Simmons (“The Terror“). While Cooper made his feature directorial debut with “A Star Is Born,” he’s only on board to producer “Hyperion,” with the search for a director currently underway. Previously, […]

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‘The Terror’ Star Adam Nagaitis Joins ‘Gunpowder Milkshake’ (Exclusive)

Adam Nagaitis, who had breakout roles in “The Terror” and “Chernobyl,” has landed a significant part in “Gunpowder Milkshake,” joining Karen Gillan and Paul Giamatti.Lena Headey and Michelle Yeoh are also on board.Navot Papushado and Ehud Lavski wrote the pic, with Papushado directing the action-thriller about a group of female assassins that come together after […]

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‘Roma,’ ‘A Star Is Born,’ ‘Yellowstone’ Among Asc Cinematography Nominees

The American Society of Cinematographers has announced nominees in film and television for 2018.Film nominees included Alfonso Cuaron’s digital 65mm black-and-white lensing of his own “Roma,” Linus Sandgren’s multi-format work on Damien Chazelle’s moonshot drama “First Man,” Matthew Libatique for Bradley Cooper’s “A Star Is Born,” Robbie Ryan for Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favourite” and Lukasz […]

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‘The Terror’: The Crafting of a Thrilling Ending That Found Dignity and Hope in One Final Swarm of Tragedy

[Editor’s note — The following contains spoilers for “The Terror” finale: Episode 10, “We Are Gone.”]To consider the end of “The Terror” is to remember how the series started, with a brief introductory overview of the Franklin expedition. Before listening in on a conversation with the men tasked with finding the vanished crews of the […]

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‘The Terror’: Unpacking the Curious Identity of Cornelius Hickey, the Series’ Greatest Mystery

[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for “The Terror” Episode 8, “Terror Camp Clear.”]Part of the tragedy of “The Terror” is the slow realization that the men at the center are caught in an impossible confluence of deadly forces. If the freezing temperatures don’t get them, there’s poison in the very food they eat. If […]

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‘The Terror’: How the Show Made Some Tin Cans and Paranoia the Deadliest Forces in the Arctic

[Editor’s note: The following contains spoilers for “The Terror” Episode 7, “Horrible from Supper.”]Like many other details surrounding the latter parts of the real-life expedition that formed the basis for “The Terror,” there’s a tiny bit of haziness around the color of the cans that provided much of the crew’s food. Those Goldner’s cans, innocent-seeming […]

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