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Jeremy Irons to Headline Netflix Adaptation of Robert Harris Bestseller ‘Munich’

“Watchmen” actor Jeremy Irons is headlining Netflix original film Munich, an adaptation of the bestselling 2017 novel by Robert Harris (“Fatherland”).The film is set in the fall of 1938 when Europe stands on the brink of war. Adolf Hitler is preparing to invade Czechoslovakia and Neville Chamberlain’s government desperately seeks a peaceful solution. With the […]

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‘Veep’ Creator Armando Iannucci Takes Donald Trump to Task, Compares Him to Doctor Manhattan

Donald Trump isn’t an omnipotent being with superpowers, and he definitely wasn’t portrayed by Emmy winner Yahya Abdul-Mateen II in a critically acclaimed HBO series, but there are still similarities to be found between the current president and “Watchmen’s” Doctor Manhattan — if your mind is as creative and clever as “Veep” creator Armando Iannucci’s.In […]

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You Could Do a Bunch of Drugs or You Could Just Watch the Trailer for Alan Moore’s ‘The Show’

After a few decades worth of comic book stories like Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and From Hell that casually changed the medium forever, Alan Moore is giving feature film writing a go. The result is The Show, a trippy thriller that, according to today’s new trailer, looks like the most Alan Moore-ass thing you’ve ever […]

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Superhero Bits: Los Angeles Comic-Con Is Stupidly Still On, ‘Hawkeye’ Series Villain Rumors & More

How did Damon Lindelof fall in love with comics and become obsessed with Watchmen? Want to buy a book full of sketches Hellboy creator Mike Mignola did in quarantine? Why is Los Angeles Comic-Con still happening in a pandemic? What was Dwayne Johnson‘s call with Aldis Hodge like after being offered the role of Hawkman […]

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‘Euphoria’ is Getting a Pandemic-Themed Episode Before Season 2 Arrives; Still No Plans for More ‘Watchmen’

Euphoria, HBO’s sex- and drug-fueled teenaged drama, won’t start shooting its second season until sometime next year. But the news isn’t all bad: fans will get a stepping stone before the second season drops. HBO president Casey Bloys confirmed that a Euphoria pandemic episode, what he’s calling a “special Covid episode,” will air before the […]

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‘Last Dance,’ Eddie Murphy & ‘Bad Education’ Top Creative Arts Emmys Final Night

The long week of Creative Arts Emmys is finally over. After five nights of virtual ceremonies, the Television Academy has bestowed a heap of trophies to “Watchmen,” “Saturday Night Live,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “The Mandalorian,” “Succession” and “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” And there were a number of notable individual winners as well.Maya Rudolph won her […]

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Maya Rudolph &, Yes, Quibi Triumph On Creative Arts Emmys Night Four

The fourth pre-taped (sorta) night of the Creative Arts Emmys saw some major category contenders win more trophies before Sunday’s big night. “Watchmen” took Composition for a Limited Series, TV Movie or Special, “Succession” took Drama Casting, “Schitt’s Creek” won the Comedy Casting Emmy and “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” snagged Music Supervision.Read More: “The Mandalorian” takes […]

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‘The Crown’ Remains Undefeated in Emmy Race for Period Costumes

This year’s hair, makeup, and costume winners at the Creative Arts Emmys represented some of the most ambitious and inventive works of beautifying. The usual winners are present and accounted for, including Netflix’s “The Crown,” which walked away with Outstanding Period Costumes for costume designers Amy Roberts and Sidonie Roberts, as well as costume supervisor […]

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Superhero Bits: Halle Berry Knew ‘Catwoman’ Would Be Bad, ‘The Falcon and the Winter’ Soldier Resumes Shooting & More

Want to know the Supergirl stunt team’s fitness routine? Which awards did Watchmen win from the 2020 Television Critics Association awards? Did you hear Halle Berry knew Catwoman was going to be bad while she was still shooting? Want to see an extended documentary on the making of The Dark Knight trilogy? What did Kevin […]

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‘Queer Eye’ & ‘The Apollo’ Big Winners On Creative Arts Emmys Night One

In an obviously completely taped ceremony, hosted by Nicole Byer, the first night of the 2020 Creative Arts Emmys kicked off with Netflix and National Geographic tallying the most wins for networks counting trophies. On the nominee side, “Apollo II” and led all individual winners with three trophies each. “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “Cheer” weren’t […]

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