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Miles Teller to Star in Nicolas Winding Refn Amazon Series ‘Too Old to Die Young’

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Miles Teller will star in Nicolas Winding Refn’s Amazon series “Too Old to Die Young.” Written by Refn and Ed Brubaker, the series explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following killers’ existential journeys in becoming samurai. The entire series will be directed by Refn. “I’m a huge fan of Nic’s work so the opportunity to work with him, and for a company like Amazon, with this type of material is very exciting,” said Teller in a statement. Also Read: Miles Teller, Amy Schumer War Drama 'Thank You for Your Service' Gets Fall Release Teller will play Martin, »


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‘True Detective’: David Milch In Talks To Join Nic Pizzolatto For Potential Season 3 On HBO

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HBO is pairing up two of the marquee names on its talent roster, with veteran David Milch possibly joining True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto for a potential third season of the crime drama franchise. The two have been talking, though I hear a potential partnership is still in its embryonic stages. Pizzolatto is a big fan of Milch and, like so many younger writers, he was influenced by the work of the NYPD Blue co-creator. The nature of their collaboration is still… »


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Katie Cassidy Returning to ‘Arrow’ for Good as Black Siren

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Katie Cassidy is returning to “Arrow” in a big way.

The “Arrow” alum will be back as a series regular in Season 6, playing Black Siren. She will first appear in the final two episodes of the CW show in the current fifth season.

An original cast member of “Arrow,” Cassidy portrayed Laurel Lance/Black Canary for the first four seasons, before being killed off in the midst of Season 4. After she was killed, Cassidy signed a deal with the CW to appear across the DC universe portfolio of shows in a guest capacity — then she reappeared as Black Siren, the villainous Earth 2 version of Black Canary, in “Arrow’s” midseason premiere of Season 5.

Arrow” executive producer Marc Guggenheim commented on Cassidy’s return, saying in a statement: “One of the things that most excites us about ‘Arrow’ is that we go where the story takes us. Last year, the story took us to the tragic death »


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The Underground Railroad Series, From Moonlight Director, Greenlit at Amazon

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The Underground Railroad is full steam ahead at Amazon.

The streaming video site has ordered a one-hour limited drama based on Colson Whitehead’s novel, TVLine has learned. The project will be written and directed by Barry Jenkins, who co-wrote and directed the Oscar-winning film Moonlight.

The Underground Railroad is a National Book Award-winning work that follows Cora, a young slave who tries to escape her Georgia plantation in the pre-Civil War South. When she reaches the Underground Railroad, she finds an actual subterranean rail system (tracks, tunnels, »


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‘American Horror Story’: Sarah Paulson Wants to Reprise Her ‘Coven’ Character

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PaleyFest La wrapped its week of TV panels with FX’s “American Horror Story: Roanoke.”

Executive producer Brad Falchuk revisited his original interest in the concept of “Roanoke” during a Q&A on Sunday at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.

“Even before the show, we were always fascinated by it. It’s one of the few American mysteries so it was always in the back of our head. It was nice to have something that had just a kernel of truth in it and we could fill in whatever we want,” said Falchuk.

“Every season we’ve always tried to do something different. We really wanted to be as scary as possible. I wanted to beat the hell out of the cast in a different way,” he added.

Sarah Paulson, who played three characters during “Roanoke,” including reprising “Asylum’s” Lana Winters, compared this season to her previous ones on show.

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‘Big Little Lies’ Notches Another Series High As It Nears April 2 Finale

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HBO’s limited series Big Little Lies drew 1.4 million viewers on Sunday, up from 1.17 million the previous week, for its highest L+same day to date as it nears the April 2 finale. Total viewing for the night, including replays and Go/Now, was 2 million viewers, also a series high, up 19% from the March 19 telecast and 23% above the series debut in February. Episodes are averaging over seven million viewers to date across all platforms. The seven-episode series, based on… »

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Miles Teller Cast in Nicolas Winding Refn’s Amazon Drama

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Miles Teller is hitting the world of streaming TV. Amazon Studios has cast Teller in drama series “Too Old to Die Young,” from “Drive” director Nicolas Winding Refn and scribe Ed Brubaker.

Teller will play Martin, a police officer entangled in the world of assassins. The series explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following killers’ existential journeys in becoming samurai. Refn will direct all 10 episodes, co-writing with Brubaker, who will exec produce. “Too Old to Die Young” is Refn’s first American TV project; Brubaker, a celebrated writer in the comics world, most recently was a supervising producer and writer on HBO’s “Westworld.”

This will be Teller’s first series regular role after starring in films like 2014’s “Whiplash” and last summer’s “War Dogs.” He has two features coming out in the latter half of 2017 — Lionsgate’s “Granite Mountain” and Universal’s Steven Spielberg-produced “Thank You for Your Service.” “I »


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Vanderpump Rules Season Finale: What is Scheana Marie Going to Reveal?

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Does anyone else find it a little funny how Tom has said he doesn’t have enough money to fly his family out for the wedding but has a $50,000 wedding bill?  That should set the tone for the Vanderpump Rules season finale tonight on Bravo.   Should Schwartz be afraid of marriage?  Obviously.  I don’t know Kate personally and I think I’m terrified of her.   The other question regarding Schwartz is “how is he going to react to Lvp’s proposal?  Here’s a glimpse of what we can expect tonight Lisa officiates the woodsy elegant ceremony that only Katie and Tom could

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Miles Teller To Star In Nicolas Winding Refn’s Amazon Series ‘Too Old To Die Young’

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Miles Teller (Whiplash) is set as the series lead for Amazon’s upcoming original drama series Too Old to Die Young, from Nicolas Winding Refn. Written by Refn (Neon Demon, Drive) and Ed Brubaker (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Westworld), Too Old to Die Young explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following killers' existential journeys in becoming samurai. The entire series will be directed by Refn. Teller will play Martin, a police officer entangled in the… »

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Writers Guild Negotiations: If Talk Shows Go Dark, Donald Trump Could Be The Biggest Winner in a Strike

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It’s a growing concern that probably hasn’t gone unnoticed by the hard-working staffs of TV’s late-night shows: A Writers Guild strike would silence their shows, right when they’re providing some of the sharpest analysis and critiques of the Donald Trump administration.

The threat of a strike inched closer to reality Friday, as talks between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Pictures & Television Producers stalled, and members of the WGA’s negotiating committee sent a letter to members asking for a strike authorization vote.

Read More: Writers’ Guild Negotiations Stall, as Leaders Call for Strike Authorization Vote

Like the last work stoppage in 2007, a strike would likely hit the business hard — particularly in an era of so much new media disruption. But for liberal-leaning Hollywood, here’s another unfortunate truth: Should a strike be called, the earliest — and perhaps only — winner in all of this could be Trump. »


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Hulu Sets Summer Premieres for ‘Difficult People,’ ‘Casual,’ Documentaries

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Hulu has released its summer slate, which includes three original documentaries and two original series.

Difficult People” Season 3 will premiere Tuesday, Aug. 8, and will find Julie (Julie Klausner) and Billy (Billy Eichner) remaining each other’s best friends while still their own worst enemies. John Cho will have a guest arc as Billy’s boyfriend.

The third season of “Casual” will premiere on Tuesday, May 23, and will follow the surprising consequences following Charles’ death and Valerie’s decision to move out, propelling the trio to rebel, explore different jobs, partners, and unfulfilled passions.

Batman & Bill” premieres Saturday, May 6. The documentary follows Bill Finger, the uncredited co-creator of the iconic superhero Batman. The film is directed and executive produced by Don Argott and Sheena M. Joyce, and features principal subjects Marc Tyler Nobleman and Michael Uslan.

Becoming Bond” is a documentary-narrative hybrid that tells the true story of George Lazenby, a poor Australian car mechanic who landed the »


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WGA Members Still Paying For Last Strike

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It's been more than nine years since the last WGA strike ended, with another now looming, but guild members still are paying for it. According to the WGA West's most recent report filed with the U.S. Department of Labor, 45 writers still owed the guild $392,883 in strike loans from the 100-day 2007-08 walkout, as of the guild's fiscal year ending March 31, 2016. One writer still owed more than $30,000; six others owed more than $20,000; seven owed more than $10,000; and… »

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Westworld Promotes Louis Herthum

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These violent delights have rather lucrative ends: Westworld has upped Louis Herthum to a series regular ahead of Season 2, our sister site Deadline reports.

The actor appeared in six episodes of the HBO sci-fi drama’s first season, playing host Peter Abernathy, father of Evan Rachel Wood’s Dolores.

RelatedWestworld Creators: Season 2 Will Shine Light On Guest Experience — ‘Before the Mayhem Starts’

Herthum recently was cast as Pat Halstead, father of Chicago Med‘s Dr. Will Halstead (and Chicago P.D.‘s Det. Jay Halstead) on the NBC medical drama. His episode will air on Thursday, April 13 (9/8c).

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Abby Lee Miller Quits Dance Moms

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In what should only come as a mild shock to anyone who’s been following Abby Lee Miller‘s recent legal battles, the star of Lifetime’s Dance Moms has formally announced her departure from the long-running reality series.

RelatedDumpster Dive: Dance Moms Will Leave You Neck-Deep in Horror

“I will no longer take part in Dance Moms,” Miller wrote late Sunday night on Instagram. “For the past six years/seven seasons, I have asked, begged and even demanded creative credit for all the ideas, award-winning routines, themes and costuming to no avail … I just have a problem with being manipulated, »


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First Official Image of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider

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All eyes are going to be on Gal Gadot once Wonder Woman is released.  In just a few short days Scarlett Johansson will be the focus of film critics.  But there’s another name out there who is trying to resurrect a movie franchise by the name of Lara Croft.  That name is Alicia Vikander.   Alicia had herself a solid year in 2015. She played both a mysterious (and eventually vengeful) robot in Ex Machina as well as a devoted wife and artist in The Danish Girl. It was the latter role that won her the Oscar and could have minted

First Official Image of Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider »

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‘Westworld’: Louis Herthum Upped To Series Regular For Season 2 On HBO

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Daddy’s back. Louis Herthum is joining the cast of HBO’s Westworld as a regular in Season 2. The promotion comes after Herthum was introduced as a recurring guest star in six episodes of the sci-fi drama’s breakout first season. He will continue as Peter Abernathy, the father of Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood). Herthum is having a wonderful moment with Westworld. It has opened new doors for the veteran character actor who has been getting feature opportunities off of his Westw… »

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True Detective Eyes Season 3 Renewal With Help From Deadwood Creator

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HBO is reportedly reopening what many believed to be a cold case: True Detective.

RelatedMay Sweeps Scorecard 2017: Deaths, Breakups, Weddings, Firings, Sex, Resurrections, Time Jumps and More!

Not only has series creator Nic Pizzolatto written several episodes of a possible third season, but according to EW.com, he’s been working alongside David Milch (Deadwood, NYPD Blue).

To keep all of this in perspective, though, a third season has not officially been ordered by HBO. Additionally, a showrunner for said season has not been named.

RelatedTrue Detective Backlash: HBO Boss ‘Enormously Proud’ of Season 2

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Hans Zimmer Reteams With ‘Planet Earth II’ Co-Composers for ‘Blue Planet II’ Score

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On the heels of “Planet Earth II” airing its finale on BBC America, the network announced that the musical team behind its breathtaking score will be back for “Blue Planet II.”

The legendary Oscar winner Hans Zimmer had put his talents to work for the first time in the natural history genre by composing the theme for “Planet Earth II,” while Bleeding Fingers’ co-composers Jacob Shea and Jasha Klebe tackled the stirring score. For their new venture, the team will score the seven-part series that takes place in each of the world’s oceans.

Read More: ‘Planet Earth II’ Soundtrack: Listen to Hans Zimmer’s Breathtaking Score

“It’s an incredible opportunity and privilege to be working again with the BBC’s Natural History Unit on such a globally important project,” Zimmer said in a statement. “It’s a joy to compose to such beautiful, powerful and inspiring picture. Once more »


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‘Dance Moms’ Host Abby Lee Miller Says She’s Exiting Show As Jail Time Looms

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"I will no longer take part in Dance Moms," Abby Lee Miller says of the long-running Lifetime series in what could be an exit or another ploy in a consistently brinkmanship relationship the show’s producers. However, the apparently ex-host might not be crying wolf this time as she is less than two months away from a long-delayed sentencing hearing that could see her behind bars for more than two years for fraud. "I don’t have a problem working with any kid, I love… »

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Bones Series Finale: Watch the First 2 Minutes of the Last Episode Ever

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Bones Ep Michael Peterson urged fans to “have faith” in the wake of last week’s explosive penultimate episode, which ended with Brennan’s lab being blown to bits while she, Booth, Angela and Hodgins were all trapped inside. Well, TVLine has obtained the first two minutes (well, technically 90 seconds) of Tuesday’s series finale (9/8c on Fox) and we can safely say he wasn’t misleading us. 

The clip confirms that three out of the four aforementioned individuals survive the bombing, and we’re going to venture out on a limb and assume the fourth one will also turn »


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