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Winning Time, it has been revealed.The new LA Lakers series, whose second season just finished airing, sees John C. Reilly portray former Lakers owner Jerry Buss in the basketball drama.Nicholson, a famous Lakers fan, is played by Max E.
Williams in the film, and season finale director Salli Richardson-Whitfield revealed that the show shot a scene where Nicholson mooned Boston Celtics fans at a game.“He actually mooned the Boston audience,” she told UPI. “He went to [Boston] Garden and mooned them.”“We shot it, but it felt a little bit too comical,” she added, saying that the scene didn’t fit the tone of the rest of the episode.Elsewhere, Reilly admitted that he thought his career was dead in the water before he landed a role in HBO‘s new LA Lakers drama.Reilly was the third choice for the role in the Adam McKay drama after Will Ferrell and Michael Shannon dropped out.“I’d been sitting at my kitchen table, thinking, ‘Man, I’m dead in the water, all this work, 80 movies, and I got nothing going on,’ when I got the text from Adam,” Reilly told The Hollywood Reporter.Nicholson fans were also angered this year when photos of the reclusive actor at home in Beverley Hills were published on the internet.The photos of Nicholson, who turned 86 this year, marked the first time he’s been pictured since he and his son, Ray, sat courtside at a Los Angeles Lakers basketball game in October 2021..
Four men have been formerly charged in connection with the death of a man after an alleged incident in Manchester city centre, Greater Manchester Police said today.
Jack Grealish is back from injury, but is not guaranteed to walk straight back into the Manchester City starting XI.
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BTS singer Jungkook will be dropping a new single featuring American rapper Jack Harlow titled ‘3D’ later this week.On September 23, the K-pop singer performed as a headliner at the 2023 Global Citizen Festival in New York, where he screened a mysterious teaser video.According to Big Hit Music, Jungkook’s ‘3D’ will be a “pop R&B track with clever expressions of feelings toward an unattainable person from the perspectives of first, second and third dimensions.” The agency also teased a “more mature side of Jungkook” in the upcoming release.Shortly after his performance Big Hit Music announced that Jungkook’s second solo single ‘3D’ featuring Jack Harlow will be released on September 29 at 1pm KST.The BTS singer has since released two ‘Hero’ films teasing the upcoming single, which feature him posing in a simple spaceship-inspired set.The K-pop agency later took to its official social media accounts to share the first set of concept photos accompanying the upcoming single.#정국 #JungKook 3D Concept Photo – 2D#JungKook_3D pic.twitter.com/EwihqihfL1— BIGHIT MUSIC (@BIGHIT_MUSIC) September 24, 2023 ‘3D’ comes two months after the release of the BTS singer’s debut solo single ‘Seven’ featuring rapper Latto, which arrived in July. Its accompanying visual also starred South Korean actress Han So-hee, best known for leading Netflix’s My Name.In a four-star review of the track, NME’s Rhian Daly called it “a summer-ready bop that also adds new facets to the singer’s artistry”.Shortly after the release of ‘Seven’ Jungkook shared on bandmate Suga’s talk show that he plans to drop a “small mini-album” by November 2023 after releasing his second single.
Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. Many fans were convinced that Zendaya finally tied the knot with long-term boyfriend Tom Holland after posting a photo to her Instagram stories on Friday morning that showed a ring on her engagement finger.
It appears Coronation Street star Sally Ann Matthews has revealed one thing she wouldn't be happy with if soap bosses were to introduce a new character to the cobbles with a link to her character - and we don't mean of the human kind.
Naturally, when you see the names Uma Thurman and Samuel L. Jackson in the cast list of a film, people are going to get excited.
For HBO, the Los Angeles Lakers’ decade-long dynasty never really was. The premium cabler said Sunday that Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty was canceled after two seasons — with just one of the team’s five 1980s NBA titles depicted onscreen.
Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty has ended after two seasons. The HBO drama, a biographical look at the 1980s Showtime era of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team, debuted in 2022. The second season finale aired on HBO on Sunday (September 17) and showed the Lakers losing the 1984 NBA finals to the Boston Celtics.
The season two finale for the HBO series Winning Time just aired and only moments after it ended, the show’s creator confirmed it has been canceled.
J. Kim Murphy SPOILER ALERT: This article includes details about the Season 2 finale of “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty,” now streaming on Max. The show may have been called “Winning Time,” but it’s ending with a historic loss. HBO has confirmed to Variety that Sunday’s Season 2 finale is the last episode of the basketball series.
Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty has come to an end.
Amy Nicholson “The Royal Hotel,” the setting of Kitty Green’s ulcer-inducing thriller, is a sun-baked bar in a rural Australian mining town surrounded by terrain so monotone that Canadian backpackers Hanna (Julia Garner) and Liv (Jessica Henwick) can’t keep their eyes open on the way in. The two young women arrive at their barmaid jobs with a sense palpable disorientation. They’ve quite literally woken up in Oz, and they don’t know the people, the customs, the nicknames for the local ales, or the way out.
Ellise Shafer Andrea Riseborough and Domhnall Gleeson play a quirky couple in upcoming drama series “Alice & Jack,” which world premieres on Saturday night at Toronto Film Festival in its Primetime section. According to the show’s official synopsis, “When Alice (Riseborough) and Jack (Gleeson) first meet, they’re bound by a connection so powerful it seems nothing can break it, but will their path lead them to a place of happiness and togetherness? Or will life and their own emotional complexities get in the way? Honest, intimate and surprisingly funny, the series shows love in all its unexpected, technicolor, kaleidoscopic beauty.” Viewers can get a taste of Riseborough and Gleeson’s chemistry in a first-look clip above, in which Jack tells Alice, “I’ll call you,” to which she replies, “Thank you, but if it’s OK with you I’d rather you didn’t.” “I’ll text you?” Jack offers, before the two share an emotional kiss.
announced their split Friday after 27 years of marriage, fans of the famous couple know that the actors repeatedly defended their union against speculation about “The Wolverine” star’s sexuality.The pair met in 1995 on the set of the Australian TV show “Correlli” and married in 1996 at a church outside Melbourne, Australia. The “Logan” star, 54, and Furness 67, adopted two children during their marriage: Oscar, now 23, and Ava, now 18.But rumors about Jackman began swirling in 2003 when he portrayed the openly gay singer-songwriter Peter Allen in the play “The Boy from Oz.”Pictures of Hugh kissing his male co-star Jarrod Emick on stage fueled the theory.
Four men will be charged with manslaughter over the 2016 death of Jack Barnes in Manchester, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has said.
Day Of The Fight, the directorial debut of actor Jack Huston, has been set as the opening film of the 31st edition of the Raindance Film Festival, running October 25 — November 4.
Naman Ramachandran The 31st edition of London’s Raindance Film Festival will open with the U.K. premiere of British actor Jack Huston’s directorial debut “Day of the Fight.” The film comes to Raindance fresh off its Venice debut, where Huston was honored by Variety as a breakthrough director. The story of a once-renowned boxer who takes a redemptive journey through his past and present on the day of his first fight since he left prison stars Michael Pitt alongside a cast including Ron Perlman, Joe Pesci, and a cameo from Steve Buscemi.
EXCLUSIVE: Ketchup Entertainment has landed the rights to Millennium Media’s latest Hellboy pic Hellboy: The Crooked Man starring Jack Kesy in the titular role. The superhero horror movie is a reimagining of the franchise based on the Dark Horse Comics character of the same name, created by Mike Mignola. Directed by Brian Taylor, the movie follows Hellboy and a rookie BPRD agent as they get stranded in 1950s rural Appalachia, only to discover a small community haunted by witches, led by the Crooked Man.