Julie Corman, who owns the rights to the novel, will serve as executive producer on the series. Corman, producer of films including Crazy Mama and The Lady In Red and wife of Roger Corman, produced a TV movie adaptation of the book in 1997 starring actors including Ray Walston, Ashley Peldon, Diane Ladd and Shane West. … [Read more...] about HBO Max Hands MGM Script To Series Order For Adaptation Of Mystery Novel ‘The Westing Game’
Maher will still conduct virtual interviews with certain guests including with Ewan McGregor about his upcoming Apple TV+ motorcycle docu-series Long Way Up and former FBI agent and author of Compromised: Counterintelligence and the Threat of Donald J. Trump, Peter Strzok. … [Read more...] about ‘Real Time With Bill Maher’: HBO Talk Show Brings Back Limited Audience & In-Person Roundtable Panel
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Heading into Toronto, the film came in with the best chance of being an eight-figure festival acquisition. This one quickly came down to the producers and financiers faced with making a choice that will be more commonplace as fests go forward. Did they want a streaming deal, gamble for less money for a theatrical release with companies like 101 Studios, which seemed favored by Jackman and Janney, the latter of whom came out of the Toronto Festival two years ago when Neon bought the black fact-based comedy I, Tonya, and rode it all the way to a Best Supporting Actress win, with Margot Robbie also getting a nom for Best Actress. Or choose an alternative, which they did with HBO, which has a star-studded original that it can play on the network and its other platforms in 2020 and which will be Emmy, SAG and Golden Globes contenders for next year for HBO as it moves forward from the Game of Thrones era. … [Read more...] about HBO Closing Record Worldwide Deal For ‘Bad Education’ – Toronto
An interactive ‘movie’ follow-up to the Netflix sitcom, this is a nice romp for creators Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, but it pales in comparison to the other films here, which at least have some semblance of cinematic intent. Still, the Academy has shown they loved the series, so maybe they want to make it up and finally give it an Emmy? Don’t bet on it. … [Read more...] about Emmy Predictions 2020: Outstanding Television Movie – Netflix Has Four Of Five Nominees Including ‘El Camino’ But Is This Breaking ‘Bad Education’ For HBO?