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Tom Stevens, bassist for the Los Angeles rock quartet the Long Ryders, a key member of the so-called “Paisley Underground” scene of the 1980s, died on January 24, according to an announcement from the band. No cause of death was cited; he was 64. While the group, heavily influenced by Gram Parsons, the Byrds, Buffalo
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Argentine multi-hyphenate Ana Katz, who’s worked in both theater and film, premieres her sixth feature, “The Dog Who Wouldn’t Be Quiet,” at Sundance’s World Cinema Dramatic Competition section. She’s no stranger to the Park City-based fest, having previously won its 2015 World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Prize in Screenwriting for her drama “My Friend From
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Tom Llamas, the ABC News anchor who leads the unit’s weekend “World News Tonight” broadcast and is its chief national affairs correspondent, is jumping from the Disney operation to NBC News. according to a person familiar with the matter. Llamas, who has been with the Disney-owned operation since 2014 and also anchors breaking events for
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Check out the official Silk Road Trailer starring Nick Robinson! Let us know what you think in the comments below. ► Watch on FandangoNOW: https://www.fandangonow.com/details/movie/silk-road-2021/MMVB9CCFF59F51905D56EEC9CF526E21A3DF?cmp=MCYT_YouTube_Desc Want to be notified of all the latest movie trailers? Subscribe to the channel and click the bell icon to stay up to date. US Release Date: February 19, 2021
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“Minyan,” an acclaimed tale of sexual and spiritual identity directed by Eric Steel, has sold to Strand Releasing in North America. The film, starring stage breakout Samuel H. Levine of Broadway and the West End’s “The Inheritance,” played in the official selection at last year’s Berlin International Film Festival and went on to win Outfest’s
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The New York Film Critics Online have announced their winners for the best films and performances of the year, with “Minari” from A24 topping the best picture category. This is the third consecutive year the group has recognized a foreign language film following 2019’s “Parasite” and 2018’s “Roma.” Lee Isaac Chung’s portrait of a Korean
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The upcoming Showtime series “The First Lady” has cast Kristine Froseth and Jayme Lawson, Variety has learned exclusively. The pair join previously announced series stars Viola Davis and Michelle Pfeiffer, who will play Michelle Obama and Betty Ford respectively. Formerly known as “First Ladies,” the show is described as a reframing of American leadership, told through
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The USC Libraries has announced this year’s finalists for the 33rd annual USC Libraries Scripter Award, which recognizes the most accomplished film and episodic series adaptations. The 2021 Scripter selection committee chose the finalists from a wide selection of 87 films and 65 episodic series adaptations. The finalist writers for film adaptation are: Mike Makowsky for
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“Vikings: Valhalla,” the upcoming follow-up to the History Channel’s recently concluded epic “Vikings” saga, has confirmed its cast members. The sequel, which is set in the 11th century (100 years after the events of its predecessor), will debut exclusively on Netflix. MGM Television is returning to produce. Portraying some of the most famous Norse warriors
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Variety returns to the Sundance Film Festival with a virtual interview studio in partnership with AT&T TV. Videos from the studio will appear on Variety’s and AT&T TV’s social media platforms as well as on Variety.com, beginning on Jan. 28 and continuing throughout the festival.   Variety and AT&T have returned to the Sundance Film Festival as an official media sponsor and leadership
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Check out newly announced release dates, which movies are coming to home video this week, recommendations from your host Khail Anonymous, and an exclusive interview with Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto to promote their chilling new thriller ‘The Little Things’, in this new episode of ‘Weekly Ticket’! ► Buy The Little Things Tickets:
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Courtesy of Chanel / Anton Corbijn During heavy times, a touch of lightness can be a temporary balm. That’s what Chanel’s spring-summer couture provided. A brief respite, the storied fashion house debuted its newest collection to a near-empty audience, a nod to the times and the hope of returning to a packed house. “I love
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