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Another John Le Carré Adaptation Heading To BBC | TV News

  Following the success of The Night Manager and its three Golden Globes wins, the creators are teaming up to take on another John Le Carré novel: The Spy Who Came In From The Cold. American network AMC will again team up with the BBC to adapt one of Le Carré’s most popular books.   The novel, written in 1963,[…]

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Netflix’s ‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Available Today: Sneak Peak At Theme Song | TV News

  Netflix continue their bid to take over the TV world in 2017 with the release of Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events today. The show stars Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf, and if you thought Netflix were going to omit Harris’ expert singing potential, you’d be wrong.   On their YouTube channel, Netflix gave a glimpse at[…]

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Michael Jackson ‘Urban Myths’ Episode To No Longer Air On Sky Arts | TV News

  Earlier in the week a trailer dropped for the new Sky Arts show, Urban Myths, an anthology series focusing on half-true, semi-comedic stories revolving around famous figures. The trailer immediately caught backlash for Joseph Fiennes‘ portrayal of pop icon, Michael Jackson, with some accusing the show of “whitewashing”. Following the outcry, Sky Arts has pulled the episode.   Sky[…]

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Hugh Jackman Posts Mysterious Synopsis For ‘Logan’ | Film News

  It’s less than two months until the release of Logan, which bittersweetly equals less than two months until Hugh Jackman hangs up his claws as Wolverine. While it’s probably about time for the Australian actor to move on, it’s still tough to comprehend that an actor so ubiquitous with a major superhero – and a huge part of the[…]

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‘Silence’: The Ambiguity Of Faith | Film Review

  It’s ironic that a passion project that Martin Scorsese has desperately wanted to make since the early 90s is actually mostly devoid of typical Scorsese flourishes. This is a good irony, of course, since Silence demands a sort-of silence from its own director.   There are no ubiquitous Scorsese “God shots’ here, as the camera often fades into the[…]

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