Darren Aronofsky may love scarves, but apparently he is also interested in the less scarf-friendly world of lifeguarding. Per Deadline, Aronofsky and his production company Protozoa Pictures alongside Searchlight TV are developing a TV series based on New York Magazine’s very own article “Boss of the Beach,” which focuses on the bumpy history and controversy around Peter Stein, the head of the New York City lifeguard corps. David Gauvey Herbert wrote the article and is executive producing the series, which is still looking for a writer to head up the adaptation. The series will cover roughly the same territory as the article, which focuses on the various controversies surrounding Stein’s lucrative decades-long tenure. We assume the world’s New York-iest actors — Bobby Cannavale? Jon Bernthal? — are all trying on swimsuits to audition now. … [Read more...] about Darren Aronofsky Heads to the Beach With a Show Based on
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Perhaps his most succesful role, however, comes in the form of Hollywood film and Oscar-nominated picture, Bohemian Rhapsody, in which he played Queen guitarist Brian May. For his role, Gwilym received high praise and was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture at the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards. He starred opposite Rami Malek, who was awarded the Best Actor Academy Award for his portrayal of the late legend Freddie Mercury. … [Read more...] about Midsomer Murders: Is Gwilym Lee single? All you need to know about actor’s love life
Posting a throwback photo of a man in a sharp suit with a neat moustache, he wrote: "The old rascal... There’s a hell of a lot of him in ‘Dwayne Myers’ in fact there’s a whole episode!" Fans were quick to comment, with one writing: "I can also see The Cat. Amazing," to which Danny replied: "I wore an old suit of his to my audition. That very same suit that was copied to the stitch but in pink instead of black. Well, the original design was, how shall I put it ... John Belushi with a tinge of Dan Ackroyd." … [Read more...] about Death in Paradise: Danny John-Jules breaks silence on character Dwayne Myers
"Neville soon realises he is existing in the Caribbean, rather than embracing life there. With Florence’s help, he determines to seize the day and finds himself starting to reveal some of his secrets – including of a romantic nature. But is Neville really built for a life in the tropics? And is a romantic relationship ever going to be possible for him?" We can't wait to see what's in store on the island of St Marie! … [Read more...] about Death in Paradise: who is your favourite detective of all time? POLL
BE: I do think devaluing the power of laughter is part of it. One of the things that always gets me is how I will sometimes sit in a room full of critics, all of us laughing uproariously at a movie. Later, I’ll go home and write a positive review of the film and then discover when the reviews drop that the rest of them all panned it. And I want to scream: “You’re LYING! I sat next to you!! YOU LAUGHED JUST AS MUCH AS I DID!” But maybe that is simply not a thing they give a shit about. And maybe that’s kind of the problem. I worry that — even though Netflix seems to be doing an admirable job of keeping this genre alive for now — we will have irrevocably lost something when the laugh-out-loud comedy is permanently divorced from a world in which you will actually laugh out loud at it. The circumstances of exhibition ultimately transform the art form, which is why I bristle whenever some tech jagoff tries to tell me that movie theaters dying is a … [Read more...] about Will a Comedy Ever Play at a Movie Theater Again?