Felicity Huffman Joins Angela Bassett And Patricia Arquette In ‘Otherhood’ At Netflix
EXCLUSIVE: Felicity Huffman, Jake Lacy and Jake Hoffman have joined Angela Bassett and Patricia Arquette in the romantic comedy feature Otherhood for Netflix. The project is being produced by Cathy Schulman and Jason Michael Berman (The Birth of a Nation). The movie is currently underway in New York with helmer Cindy Chupack.
Huffman, who most recently appeared in the ABC anthology series American Crime, earning Emmy nominations for each of its three seasons, is coming… Read
Time Magazine Lays Child Migrant Crisis At President Trump’s Feet
President Donald Trump probably won’t be adding this cover to his reported collection of faux-Time magazines at Mar-a-Lago: This real Time cover, dated July 2 and set to hit newsstands the week of Independence Day, depicts a cluelessly grinning Trump towering over the viral photo of a little girl from Honduras crying for her mother. (See the full Time cover inside.)
“It was on June 12 when this two-year-old Honduran asylum-seeker was photographed by @jbmoorephoto, crying… Read
James Corden On How ‘Carpool Karaoke’ & ‘Crosswalk: The Musical’ Help Define His Talk Show – The Contenders Emmys Video
When James Corden started The Late Late Show, it didn’t take long for it to find its legs. During Deadline’s recent The Contenders Emmys event, the CBS host discussed how his team hit the ground running when the late-night show debuted three years ago.
“I think we felt like we had to,” said Corden. “We didn’t have the luxury of an audience or a fa nbase to stick with us while we tried to figure it out.”
He added, “We knew if we really didn’t come out of the blocks fast… Read
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ DP Colin Watkinson On Creating Aesthetic Of Dystopian Hulu Drama – Production Value Video Series
Helping to establish an aesthetically singular world with Season 1 of Hulu’s dystopian drama The Handmaid’s Tale, cinematographer Colin Watkinson received his first Emmy for his efforts, and returned to expand the series’ visual boundaries in Season 2. Watkinson recently sat down at Hulu’s offices for Deadline’s Production Value video series to discuss his craft, and the thinking that went into defining the look of Bruce Miller’s drama based on Margaret Atwood’s… Read
‘Ozark’ Season 2 Gets Premiere Date; First-Look Teaser & Photos For Netflix Drama
The Byrdes are back. Netflix released a first-look teaser announcing that the second season of Ozark starring Jason Bateman and Laura Linney will return for your bingeing pleasure on August 31.
The 40-second teaser for the crime drama — watch it above — gives us flashes of the second season that features a voice-over of Linney’s Wendy saying, “We've done lots of things, things we said we would never do,” to which Bateman’s Marty replies, “People make choices, Wendy… Read
World Cup: Female Reporter Groped On Air; Burger King Apologizes For Pregnancy Ad; Iran Opens Stadium To Women
The World Cup in Russia has largely been a peaceful and enjoyable affair so far with hundreds of thousands of fans mingling amiably and the football on the pitch generating most of the headlines.
However, a few low points have emerged in the last 24 hours.
Those include a female sports reporter being groped and kissed while filming a live broadcast. Colombian correspondent Julieth Gonzalez Theran was working for broadcaster DW Espanol when a man grabbed her breast and… Read
Sandra Oh On Obsession And Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s ‘Killing Eve’
Sandra Oh is a five-time Emmy nominee already, with memorable turns in American Crime and Grey’s Anatomy. But in Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s compelling spy series Killing Eve, she’s tackling what might be her meatiest role to date, delving into the psychology of a security operative’s obsession with a female assassin.
It was a new experience for Oh, something she is constantly seeking. "I’m interested in 'new'—not for new’s sake—but I think that's always been a part of my… Read
Stephen Colbert: Corey Lewandowski Hung Out To Dry By Donald Trump’s “Sudden Ethical Backpedal”
Stephen Colbert thinks Corey Lewandowski might be Donald Trump’s most immoral campaign manager, which is saying a lot given that the club includes Paul Manafort and Steve Bannon.
Earlier this week, Lewandowski was on air to discuss POTUS’s controversial policy of separating children from parents trying to cross the southern border illegally. In that appearance, Lewandowski interrupted a Dem commentator, making the sad-trombone sound “wah-wahhh” – or “womp-womp” according… Read
MTV Launches MTV Studios With ‘Daria’, ‘Made’, ‘Real World’ & ‘Aeon Flux’ Revivals
MTV is ramping up production operations and getting into producing programming for other buyers with the launch of MTV Studios. It will be focused largely on developing and producing reboots, revivals and spin-offs of series from MTV's library of more than 200 young adult titles in addition to new shows, predominantly unscripted.
MTV Studios' initial slate includes animated comedy Daria & Jodie, a reimagining of MTV’s 1990s feminist series Daria, from writer Grace Edwards… Read
Apple Orders Short-Form Series ‘Calls’ From Canal+ As First Int’l Co-Production
Apple has given a 10-episode straight-to-series order to an English adaptation of the popular French short-form series Calls, which will be co-produced by Canal+. It marks Apple’s first greenlighted international series and its first international co-production.
Created by Timothée Hochet, Calls takes storytelling innovation to the next level, allowing audiences to experience short stories through real-life audio sources and minimal visuals.
As part of the deal, Apple… Read
AT&T To Launch Its WatchTV ‘Skinny Bundle’ Video Streaming Service
A week after closing its deal to acquire Time Warner, AT&T unveiled a new video service called WatchTV that seeks to capture the millions of consumers who’ve severed the pay TV cord — or never subscribed in the first place.
The skinny bundle of programming will be available for as little as $15 a month, and offered free to AT&T customers with certain unlimited data plans.
WatchTV will offer a bundle of some 30 television channels, including newly acquired CNN, TNT and… Read
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough Bashes Fox News: “What Are YOU Going To Do Today To Help Us Find Those Children?!”
MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough plastered Fox News Channel the morning after President Donald Trump signed an executive order ending his child-snatching border policy. The exec order did not address when and how the government would reunite parents with their 2,300-ish children who had been separated at the border.
Opening Morning Joe, he pounded Fox News “wondering,” “Are they more interested in whipping up frenzy, whipping up cultural war, saying, We are at war, you can only… Read