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Emmy Voters, Don’t Forget the Worthy Shows That Were Canceled Way Too Soon, Like HBO’s ‘Winning Time’ - variety.com - Los Angeles - Boston
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24.05.2024 / 16:47

Emmy Voters, Don’t Forget the Worthy Shows That Were Canceled Way Too Soon, Like HBO’s ‘Winning Time’

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large Now, imagine being a critically acclaimed drama on a premium network/streaming hybrid in a season where the drama race is pretty wide open. You’ve got big stars, high production values and well-known source material. Shoo-in, right? Not if you’ve been canceled.

Frida Kahlo Museum release a statement after allowing Madonna to try the painter’s belongings - us.hola.com - Brazil - Mexico - city Mexico
us.hola.com
23.05.2024 / 00:09

Frida Kahlo Museum release a statement after allowing Madonna to try the painter’s belongings

Madonna’s visit to Mexico City as part of her Celebration Tour sparked a heated debate. The singer’s revelation that she had the opportunity to access clothing, jewelry, letters, and photos that belonged to Frida Kahlo, whom she deeply admires, stirred up controversy.

Watch Jessica Alba’s comeback in Netflix’s ‘Trigger Warning’ - us.hola.com - city Sin
us.hola.com
21.05.2024 / 21:21

Watch Jessica Alba’s comeback in Netflix’s ‘Trigger Warning’

Jessica Alba is back to working on action films. The beloved actress, who put acting in the backseat over the past couple of years in order to focus on her work as an entrepreneur and her role as a mother, has returned with a new film. “Trigger Warning” will premiere in Netflix, featuring her in the lead role and in the producer’s chair.

Jessica Alba Seeks Vengeance in 'Trigger Warning' Trailer, Netflix Movie Is Being Released Next Month! - www.justjared.com - county Hall - county Bell
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21.05.2024 / 21:09

Jessica Alba Seeks Vengeance in 'Trigger Warning' Trailer, Netflix Movie Is Being Released Next Month!

Jessica Alba is out for vengeance in the trailer for her upcoming Netflix movie Trigger Warning.

‘That ’90s Show’: Don Stark’s Role To Expand In Season 2 - deadline.com
deadline.com
21.05.2024 / 17:37

‘That ’90s Show’: Don Stark’s Role To Expand In Season 2

EXCLUSIVE: Don Stark is returning to Netflix‘s That ’90s Show for Season 2 in a heavy recurring role reprising the character Bob Pinciotti, an OG That ’70s Show character who appeared in one episode of the sequel series last season.

‘Trigger Warning’ Trailer: Jessica Alba Cleans Up Her Hometown In New Netflix Action Thriller - theplaylist.net - city Sin
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21.05.2024 / 16:07

‘Trigger Warning’ Trailer: Jessica Alba Cleans Up Her Hometown In New Netflix Action Thriller

Leo Tolstoy once said, “All great literature is one of two stories: a man goes on a journey, or a stranger comes to town.” The action genre is particularly suited for the latter plot line and the premise forms the backbone of “Trigger Warning,” a new action thriller set to premiere on the Netflix streaming service. READ MORE: Summer Movie Preview: 50 Must-See Films To Watch Directed by Mouly Surya, the director of the Cannes Film Festival premiering thriller “Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts,” “Trigger Warning” is led by Jessica Alba (“Sin City” “Fantastic Four”) in her first acting role in nearly four years.

Madonna might be the biggest fan of Frida Kahlo - us.hola.com - Brazil - USA - Mexico - city Mexico
us.hola.com
20.05.2024 / 23:33

Madonna might be the biggest fan of Frida Kahlo

Madonna performed the first of five concerts in Mexico as part of her “The Celebration Tour.” Her visit to Mexico caused a sensation among her fans, who enthusiastically sang along to her songs at the Palacio de los Deportes. The trip was also memorable for Madonna, as she had the opportunity to explore the life of one of the women she admires most: Frida Kahlo.On May 20, the “Material Girl” interpreter took to her Instagram account to share details of her visit to the late painter’s home.

Donald Trump Movie ‘The Apprentice’ Ignites Controversy in Cannes Over Rape Scene - variety.com
variety.com
20.05.2024 / 22:09

Donald Trump Movie ‘The Apprentice’ Ignites Controversy in Cannes Over Rape Scene

Tatiana Siegel It proved to be the most disturbing scene in a movie chock full of unflattering sequences about Donald Trump. In Ali Abbasi’s “The Apprentice,” Trump (played by Sebastian Stan) violently throws his then-wife Ivana (Maria Bakalova) to the ground and proceeds to have nonconsensual sex with her. In the controversial scene, Ivana playfully presents a book to her husband about the merits of a female orgasm.

Brutal Donald Trump Biopic ‘The Apprentice’ Gets 8-Minute Cannes Standing Ovation as Director Says ‘It’s Time to Make Movies Political Again’ - variety.com - Denmark
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20.05.2024 / 19:15

Brutal Donald Trump Biopic ‘The Apprentice’ Gets 8-Minute Cannes Standing Ovation as Director Says ‘It’s Time to Make Movies Political Again’

Donald Trump. “The Apprentice,” the story of the 45th and possibly 47th president’s early years as a real estate developer, earned a eight-minute standing ovation on Monday. It’s probably safe to assume that the film festival crowd isn’t a MAGA-heavy one, so it helps that “The Apprentice” paints a blistering portrait, focusing on Trump’s relationship with Roy Cohn, the McCarthy-ite lawyer and fixer who took an interest in the “the Donald” before he was a household name.

‘Bridgerton’ Season 3 Part 1 Finale Breakdown: That Carriage Sex Scene, Changes From the Book and the ‘Heavier Conflicts’ Set to Come in Part 2 - variety.com
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17.05.2024 / 19:03

‘Bridgerton’ Season 3 Part 1 Finale Breakdown: That Carriage Sex Scene, Changes From the Book and the ‘Heavier Conflicts’ Set to Come in Part 2

William Earl administrator SPOILER ALERT: This interview contains spoilers from “Old Friends,” the fourth episode of Season 3 of Netflix’s “Bridgerton.” “For God’s sake, Penelope Featherington. Are you going to marry me or not?” The first half of Season 3 of “Bridgerton” ends with these breathtaking words, as Colin (Luke Newton) proposes to Penelope (Nicola Coughlan). What a cliffhanger! Will Penelope say yes? Will she reveal that she’s Lady Whistledown? Could Colin be any more romantic? Yet this moment is just one development in a half-season full of drama, deceit and Debling.

Judi Dench Criticizes Trigger Warnings in Theater: ‘If You’re That Sensitive, Don’t Go’ - variety.com - Britain
variety.com
16.05.2024 / 06:33

Judi Dench Criticizes Trigger Warnings in Theater: ‘If You’re That Sensitive, Don’t Go’

Michaela Zee Judi Dench is skeptical about the need for trigger warnings in theater. In an interview with Radio Times magazine, Dench was asked about her opinion on content advisories before watching a stage production.

Judi Dench says trigger warnings ruin viewer experience: 'If you’re that sensitive, don’t go to the theater' - www.foxnews.com - Britain
foxnews.com
15.05.2024 / 23:37

Judi Dench says trigger warnings ruin viewer experience: 'If you’re that sensitive, don’t go to the theater'

Dame Judi Dench was asked about her opinion on trigger warnings in theater productions, to which she responded that audience members with sensitive natures might avoid the theater altogether. She expressed skepticism toward the necessity of content advisories, asking what the point of going to the theater actually is.

Roger Corman, the ‘king of cult cinema’, dies at 98 - www.nme.com - California
nme.com
12.05.2024 / 10:03

Roger Corman, the ‘king of cult cinema’, dies at 98

Variety yesterday that he passed away on Thursday (May 9) at his home in Santa Monica, California, surrounded by family members.Corman was seen as a trailblazer in the world of independent film, producing and directing hundreds of low-budget movies and giving an early platform to leading figures in the industry, including Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, Jack Nicholson and Robert De Niro.“His films were revolutionary and iconoclastic, and captured the spirit of an age. When asked how he would like to be remembered, he said, ‘I was a filmmaker, just that,’” the family said in a statement.Known variously as ‘The Pope of Pop Cinema’ and ‘The Spiritual Godfather of the New Hollywood’, he made his name in the 1960s, creating his own studios New World Pictures and New Concorde, and was awarded an Honorary Academy Award in 2009 for his “rich engendering of films and filmmakers”.His own films were often made quickly with low budgets and specialised in genres such as horror, science fiction and action.Several major names received early credits in Corman’s work, including Nicholson in The Little Shop of Horrors (1960), Scorsese with Boxcar Bertha (1972), Cameron with Battle Beyond the Stars (1980) and Ron Howard with Grand Theft Auto (1977).Howard himself joked that Corman told him during the tumultuous making of his first film Eat My Dust that “if you do a good job on this film, you won’t ever have to work for me again!”Tributes have come in for Corman, with director John Carpenter writing on X: “Roger Corman, one of the most influential movie directors in my life, has passed away.

'We don't want other families to experience the terrible grief we do... that's why we do what we do' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Scotland - Manchester - county Norfolk - county Owen
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
11.05.2024 / 14:01

'We don't want other families to experience the terrible grief we do... that's why we do what we do'

Three bereaved fathers who came together to change lives following the tragic suicides of their daughters have completed a third national charity walk.

‘A Prince’ Review: A Literate Gay French Drama That Remains Much Too Oblique in the End - variety.com - France
variety.com
11.05.2024 / 04:21

‘A Prince’ Review: A Literate Gay French Drama That Remains Much Too Oblique in the End

Manuel Betancourt The world of Pierre Creton’s “A Prince” is lush and verdant. His protagonist is a gardener’s apprentice whose penchant for taming and nurturing the wilderness around him is only matched by the latent eroticism he finds in various older men he comes to be involved with.

‘The Last Stop in Yuma County’ Review: An Accomplished Pressure-Cooker Thriller That’s Like a Tarantino-Fueled Noir, 30 Years Later - variety.com - Arizona - Greece - county Yuma
variety.com
10.05.2024 / 04:57

‘The Last Stop in Yuma County’ Review: An Accomplished Pressure-Cooker Thriller That’s Like a Tarantino-Fueled Noir, 30 Years Later

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic Thirty years ago (in fact, it will be 30 years to the day this Sunday), Quentin Tarantino’s “Pulp Fiction” had its world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, and cinema was never the same. Tarantino’s 1994 epic-crime-pretzel-meets-pop-monologue masterpiece smashed open one door after another, and an inevitable result is that we saw a great many movies in the ’90s that were Tarantino knockoffs — underworld capers of baroque violence and exuberant scuzz, movies that not only bent the dirty hedonism of film noir into new shapes but did it with a special brand of self-consciousness, a “Look at what we’re up to!” effrontery.

John Oliver Is Somewhat Relieved That Clarence Thomas Is Still On The Supreme Court - deadline.com
deadline.com
09.05.2024 / 02:13

John Oliver Is Somewhat Relieved That Clarence Thomas Is Still On The Supreme Court

Last Week Tonight host John Oliver almost indentured himself to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Joe Biden’s CNN Interview: The President’s Warning To Israel On Rafah Makes Headlines, While He Tries To Upstage Donald Trump On The Economy - deadline.com - New York - USA - Israel
deadline.com
09.05.2024 / 00:23

Joe Biden’s CNN Interview: The President’s Warning To Israel On Rafah Makes Headlines, While He Tries To Upstage Donald Trump On The Economy

Joe Biden sat for an interview with a mainstream, national news outlet, — a not-too-common occurrence. And while the clear intent in his chat with CNN‘s Erin Burnett was to show a contrast with Donald Trump on the economy, the headline was what the president said about Israel.

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