"Well, what is it? Have you seen the show or you feel indifferent?" O.J. Simpson may have to watch every episode unfold like most of America, as it doesn't sound like he's being sent advanced screeners in prison. Perhaps the most infamous man in the world is waiting to see more from the show before he gives his full assessment on what transpires on the small screen. As it stands, The People Vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story is a hit with audiences and critics alike. The show has garnered 5.1 million total viewers since it's debut on February 2nd. The show is a hit. What do you think about Cuba Gooding Jr. and O.J. Simpson's comments? Sound off below. … [Read more...] about What Does Cuba Gooding Jr. Think of O.J. Simpson’s American Crime Story Review?
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Spike Lee captures a performance from the smash Broadway run of this exhilarating hymn to community and connection from the former Talking Heads frontman and his multicultural troupe. Despite the countless technological innovations in the 36 years since the release of Jonathan Demme's Stop Making Sense, that iconoclastic time capsule of a 1983 Talking Heads show is still considered by many to be the greatest rock concert film ever made. So it's both miraculous and entirely fitting that director Spike Lee teams with the former frontman of that influential new wave band to deliver an immersive movie experience arguably equal to its illustrious predecessor in David Byrne's American Utopia. … [Read more...] about David Byrne’s ‘American Utopia’: Film Review | TIFF 2020
Heading into her teen years, Eisenberg is already a TV series pro. She was a series regular on another single-camera family comedy, CBS’ comedy Life In Pieces, which like American Housewife, is produced by Kapital Entertainment. The studio behind Life In Pieces, 20th Television, and American Housewife‘s ABC Signature are both part of Disney TV Studios. … [Read more...] about ‘American Housewife’ Recasts Anna-Kat Role With Giselle Eisenberg As Julia Butters Exits ABC Comedy
Jungle, whose portfolio to date includes 12 comedy and drama series and documentaries, is currently prepping two more of its Australian formats for American adaptations: drama Bad Mothers and comedy Squinters. They also are looking to begin producing series for the U.S. market in Australia — shows they originate as well as shows from American creators and producers — offering creative input in addition to attractive tax Australian incentives, lower production costs and a safe environment for filming during COVID-19. The company has two projects currently in production in Australia: drama Wakefield for Australia’s ABC network, and feature documentary The Democracy Project (working title), which also will air as a two-part TV special on ABC. … [Read more...] about Australia’s Jungle Entertainment Eyes ‘Bad Mothers’ & ‘Squinters’ Adaptations Amid U.S. Expansion & Looks To Produce American Series Down Under
Frances McDormand plays a disenfranchised widow from a collapsed Nevada mining town who finds new life on the road in Chloé Zhao's haunting third feature. In her two previous features, Songs My Brother Taught Me and The Rider, Chloé Zhao established a spiritual connection to the American West, with its immense skies and wide-open landscapes that speak equally of desolate solitude and of freedom. Working primarily with nonprofessional actors playing versions of themselves, she specializes in stories carved into the bones of her characters, their communities and the remotes spaces they inhabit. Zhao collaborates with a major-name actor for the first time in Nomadland, guiding Frances McDormand to a remarkable performance of melancholy gravitas, so rigorously unmannered she's indistinguishable from the real-life nomads with whom she shares the screen. … [Read more...] about ‘Nomadland’: Film Review | Venice 2020