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Horror Highlights: The Lake, Vandits, For Blood Or Justice

Horror Highlights: The Lake, Vandits, For Blood Or Justice
Watch the Short Film The Lake: "When a young man takes his girlfriend out on the lake to propose, they come face to face with the dark spirits beneath the surface."

Writer/Director/Editor - Joey Greene

Producer - Alexander Anderson, Julian Terry, Joey Greene

Starring:

Michael - Tommy Schneiders

Jaimie - Gina Vitori

Lake Spirit - Sonny King

Crew:

Creative Producer - Julian Terry

Co-Producer - Malcolm Garvey

Story By - Joey Greene, Julian Terry

Director of Photography - Paul Houston

1st AC - Efrain Pineda

Gaffer - Dijon Herron

SFX Makeup - Emma Lu Marshall

Sound Mixer (Location) - Nico Pierce, Chris Nawrocki

Composer - Alex Winkler

Sound Design - Christina Gonzalez

Color - Matthew Macar, Joey Greene

Additional Color - Caleb J. Phillips

VFX - Paul Houston

Set Lifeguard - Elizabeth McDowell

Casting Support Services - Breakdown Services

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5’7 Films inks with The Gersh Agency
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Apple TV Plus Releases First Look at ‘The Problem With Jon Stewart’ (TV News Roundup)

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Apple TV Plus Releases First Look at ‘The Problem With Jon Stewart’ (TV News Roundup)
Apple TV Plus released a first look at “The Problem With Jon Stewart,” which launches Sept. 30. The series’ companion podcast will also launch that same day.

Stewart returns to host a television series 16 years after he closed out his run on “The Daily Show.” He jokes about that in the clip, saying, “This is what I look like now.” But this new series is described as a “current affairs series,” rather than a talk show.

In it, Stewart will welcome a wide range of guests from celebrities, such as Jason Alexander, participating in sketches to experts on topics that the struggle for comprehensive veteran care and supporting the working class, and everyday people discussing their personal issues in America. Undoubtedly, healthcare will also come up, as Stewart has spent much of his time over the last few years fighting for the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. The podcast will expand upon each
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‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax’ EPs Explain Why There’s No Better Time Than The Present For Second Season Of National Geographic Anthology – TCA

‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax’ EPs Explain Why There’s No Better Time Than The Present For Second Season Of National Geographic Anthology – TCA
Following the success of National Geographic limited series The Hot Zone, showrunner-EPs Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson and EP David Zucker looked at around 100 ideas for a second season, landing subject-wise on the harrowing anthrax attacks of 2001.

From the perspective of Peterson, The Hot Zone: Anthrax was “a really good companion piece” for the original—focused on an outbreak of Ebola and the scientists working to combat it—because it wasn’t a story about a virus, but instead “about bacteria in a targeted situation, [a story that] still lived roughly in same world.”

Souders said during the show’s panel today at TCA that it felt like “the right time” to tell this story “during a pandemic, when science is at the forefront.

“Definitely, being able to portray scientists as the heroes of today was important for us,” Peterson added, “and was a huge thing for National Geographic as well.”

Zucker noted
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‘Station Eleven’: HBO Max’s Post-Apocalyptic Limited Series Adds Eight To Cast

‘Station Eleven’: HBO Max’s Post-Apocalyptic Limited Series Adds Eight To Cast
Luca Villacis, Prince Amponsah, Dylan Taylor, Joe Pingue, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, Ajahnis Charley, Milton Barnes and Kate Moyer are set for recurring roles in HBO Max’s Station Eleven. Starring Mackenzie Davis and Himesh Patel, the 10-episode limited drama series, based on the international bestseller by Emily St. John Mandel, comes from Maniac creator Patrick Somerville and Paramount TV Studios.

Written and executive produced by Somerville, Station Eleven is a post-apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines. It tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what’s been lost.

Villacis plays Cody, a teenaged member of The Prophet’s cult.
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Enrico Colantoni

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Enrico Colantoni
Enrico Colantoni is the type of actor who can do a little bit of everything. Throughout his career, he has been able to work in a variety of genres on the big and small screen. His resume now includes dozens of credits, but Enrico is most popular for his roles in shows like Veronica Mars, Flashpoint, and Persons of Interest. No matter what kind of project he’s working on, he can always be relied on to bring his A-game and put on a show that won’t soon be forgotten. While his fans are still awaiting his first on-screen appearance of

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Enrico Colantoni
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Station Eleven: HBO Max Announces Casting for Post-Apocalyptic Drama Series

Station Eleven: HBO Max Announces Casting for Post-Apocalyptic Drama Series
Station Eleven now has its cast. HBO Max has announced that Daniel Zovatto and Lori Petty will star in the series and Andy McQueen, David Cross, Enrico Colantoni, and Julian Obradors will also have recurring roles. The show is set in a post-apocalyptic world after a flu ravages the world's population and is based on the 2014 novel by Emily St. John Mandel.

revealed more about Station Eleven in a press release.

“Logline: A postapocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines, Station Eleven tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what's been lost.

· Newly Added Series Regulars:

· Daniel Zovatto as "The Prophet," the enigmatic leader of a mysterious cult of
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TVLine Items: The Circle Contestant Is Too Hot to Handle, Gh Return and More

TVLine Items: The Circle Contestant Is Too Hot to Handle, Gh Return and More
Too Hot to Handle‘s Chloe has entered The Circle, for Season 2 of Netflix’s other reality competition.

The trailer for The Circle‘s second revolution, shown above, also at one point finds Chloe, a Brit, asking, “What is N-s-y-n-c?” when it appears that Lance Bass is about to join the mix.

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Season 2 of The Circle, premiering Wednesday, April 14 and releasing four episodes weekly,
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‘The Nanny’ Is Now on HBO Max — Here Are More ’90s Sitcoms Available to Stream

‘The Nanny’ Is Now on HBO Max — Here Are More ’90s Sitcoms Available to Stream
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Fans of the ‘90s aesthetic have a special appreciation for the television that came out of the era, especially classic sitcoms including “The Nanny,” which is now officially streaming on HBO Max. The series, co-created by Fran Drescher who stars as a straight-talking Jewish fashionista from Queens who gets hired as a nanny to the children of a former Broadway star, is one of the many classic TV shows that you can find on streaming platforms.

That’s the great thing about streaming, it’s an easy way to get to your favorite shows, but it can also be overwhelming, what with all the content floating around to choose from. Chances are you’re already familiar with Netflix,
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‘Station Eleven’: Daniel Zovatto & Lori Petty Join HBO Max Limited Series, Quartet Set To Recur

‘Station Eleven’: Daniel Zovatto & Lori Petty Join HBO Max Limited Series, Quartet Set To Recur
Daniel Zovatto (Penny Dreadful: City of Angels) and Lori Petty (Orange Is the New Black) are set as series regulars in HBO Max’s Station Eleven, a 10-episode post-apocalyptic limited drama series based on the international bestseller by Emily St. John Mandel. Andy McQueen (Books of Blood), David Cross (Arrested Development), Enrico Colantoni (Veronica Mars) and Julian Obradors will recur on the series, from Maniac creator Patrick Somerville and Paramount TV Studios.

Written and executive produced by Somerville, Station Eleven is a post-apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines. It tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what’s been lost.

Zovatto will play The Prophet, the enigmatic leader of a mysterious cult of young people. Petty plays The Conductor, the leader of a group of traveling Shakespeare performers. They
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‘Station Eleven’ Series at HBO Max Adds Six to Cast, Including Lori Petty, Daniel Zovatto, David Cross

‘Station Eleven’ Series at HBO Max Adds Six to Cast, Including Lori Petty, Daniel Zovatto, David Cross
The “Station Eleven” series currently in the works at HBO Max is rounding out its cast.

Lori Petty and Daniel Zovatto have been cast as series regulars, while Andy McQueen, David Cross, Enrico Colantoni And Julian Obradors will recur. They join previously announced cast members including Mackenzie Davis, Himesh Patel, David Wilmot, Nabhaan Rizwan, and Philippine Velge.

Based on the book of the same name by Emily St. John Mandel, the series is described as a postapocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines. It tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what’s been lost.

Daniel Zovatto will play The Prophet, the enigmatic leader of a mysterious cult of young people. Petty will play The Conductor, the leader of a group of traveling Shakespeare performers.

McQueen is Sayid, a charming, impatient actor in the Traveling Symphony.
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‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax’: Enrico Colantoni To Play Rudy Giuliani, Morgan Kelly Set To Recur In Nat Geo Series

‘The Hot Zone: Anthrax’: Enrico Colantoni To Play Rudy Giuliani, Morgan Kelly Set To Recur In Nat Geo Series
Exclusive: Enrico Colantoni (A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood) is set to play Rudy Giuliani in an episode of The Hot Zone: Anthrax, and Morgan Kelly (Mindhunter) will recur opposite Tony Goldwyn and Daniel Dae Kim in the second installment of Nat Geo’s scientific thriller anthology series.

As previously announced, Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson will return as executive producers and showrunners for the new installment, which will focus on the harrowing anthrax attacks of 2001. The series hails from National Geographic Channel, Scott Free Productions and 20th Television.

The Hot Zone: Anthrax takes place in 2001, just weeks after 9/11, where the United States was rocked by another deadly act of terrorism. Letters containing anthrax were sent to unsuspecting victims in Florida, Washington, D.C., and New York. The anonymous assault claimed five lives and caused panic throughout the U.S. Despite interagency turf wars and many false leads, an unlikely team of scientists,
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‘Just Shoot Me!’ Creator Steve Levitan Remembers George Segal, “One Of The Greats”

‘Just Shoot Me!’ Creator Steve Levitan Remembers George Segal, “One Of The Greats”
Earlier this week, we lost George Segal, who died at the age of 87 of complications from bypass surgery.

One of the most memorable roles of the versatile actor, whose credits range from the Oscar-nominated performance in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? to his final role on ABC’s The Goldbergs, was on the hit NBC comedy series Just Shoot Me!, created by Steve Levitan. Segal played fashion magazine publisher Frank Gallo on the show, which aired for seven seasons from 1997-2003. “This was a happy seven years,” Segal said of his run on the show during a June 2020 reunion.

Here is what Levitan remembers about working with Segal on Just Shoot Me!, which also starred David Spade, Laura San Giacomo, Wendie Malick and Enrico Colantoni, and what he will miss about him the most.

What I’ll miss most is his laugh. There was simply nothing better than the guffaw
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‘Too Long; Didn’t Watch’: Kumail Nanjiani Catches Up on ‘Veronica Mars’

‘Too Long; Didn’t Watch’: Kumail Nanjiani Catches Up on ‘Veronica Mars’
Welcome to the latest episode of Too Long; Didn’t Watch, a new podcast produced by Rolling Stone and Obb Sound, presented by Google Assistant, and hosted by yours truly. In each episode, we attempt a new method of scaling Peak TV, by pairing a celebrity guest with a series they’ve never seen and showing them only the very first and very last episodes, to see if they can figure out what in the world happened in between.

For this week’s episode, we welcome actor, Oscar-nominated screenwriter, pop-culture superfan,
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Sofia Carson Returns Home to Dance Again in 'Feel the Beat' Trailer

Sofia Carson Returns Home to Dance Again in 'Feel the Beat' Trailer
"I'm trying to help them, but it's like a brick wall." Netflix has debuted a trailer for an upbeat dance comedy titled Feel the Beat, from director Elissa Down. Feel the Beat stars actress / dancer Sofia Carson (from "Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists" and Disney Channel shows) as April. After blowing a big Broadway audition, a self-centered dancer reluctantly returns home and ends up coaching a squad of young misfits for a big competition. The full cast includes Enrico Colantoni, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Dennis Andres, Wolfgang Novogratz, Donna Lynne Champlin, Brandon Kyle Goodman, Rex Lee, and Marcia Bennett. This seems a bit like School of Rock but for dance. Have fun. Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Elissa Down's Feel the Beat, direc from Netflix's YouTube: After failing to find success on Broadway, April (Sofia Carson) returns to her hometown and reluctantly is recruited to help train a misfit
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Debra Messing & Mandana Dayani Launch Podcast Series ‘The Dissenters’

Debra Messing & Mandana Dayani Launch Podcast Series ‘The Dissenters’
Exclusive: Will & Grace star Debra Messing and Mandana Dayani, co-founder of nonpartisan organization I Am A Voter, are launching a podcast to shine a spotlight on people who have challenged the status quo.

The pair are launching The Dissenters on May 21 and the first season of the show will feature 20 episodes.

Messing and Dayani spoke to Deadline about the move, how they chose the people that inspired them and why they wanted to get into the medium of podcasting.

The first season will include guests such as Glennon Doyle, founder of Together Rising, Adam Schiff, Jane Fonda and Patrisse Cullors.

It is produced by Dear Media, Messing, Dayani and Erica First.

Messing told Deadline, “We’re both nerds, we’re very much into activism and organizing and we realized all of these people that re inspiring us, we wanted to share with other people. we wanted to meet our heroes.
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Westworld Season 3: Aaron Paul’s Caleb is the Ultimate Passed Pawn

Westworld Season 3: Aaron Paul’s Caleb is the Ultimate Passed Pawn
The following contains spoilers for Westworld season 3 episode 7.

The episode titles and descriptions for Westworld season 3 have been kind of all over the place. The season’s first episode was named after a short Christian chant derived from Joel 2:17. Episode 3 was called “The Absence of Field,” seemingly from a Mark Strand poem and having little bearing on the episode. Then episode 6 went ahead and called itself “Decoherence,” which can’t help but come across as a joke at this point.

That all might change in season 3 episode 7 “Passed Pawn,” however. This penultimate hour of Westworld season 3 not only fills in all the missing details on Caleb Nichols’ (Aaron Paul) fascinating origin story, it casts Caleb’s future as the titular “passed pawn.”

For those not up on their chess terminology (which until recently included your dear author), a passed pawn is a pawn with no opposing pawns blocking it from reaching the 8th rank.
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‘Westworld’: Season 3, Episode 7 ‘Passed Pawn’ Recap: What’s Up With Caleb & The Man In Black?

‘Westworld’: Season 3, Episode 7 ‘Passed Pawn’ Recap: What’s Up With Caleb & The Man In Black?
Warning: This recap of HBO’s Westworld, Season 3, Episode 7 “Passed Pawn” contains spoilers.

Wow, this episode of Westworld was a doozy, chock full of sublime, Byzantine intel that when it came to telling the story of a solider’s Ptsd and dissociative memories, “Passed Pawn”, written by Gina Atwater and directed by Helen Shaver, made Adrian Lyne’s 1990 film Jacob’s Ladder look like child’s play.

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Let’s see what we can make sense of here:

Remember that Sonora, New Mexico location that flashed up on the screen last Sunday when the hospital was doing a diagnosis of Ed Harris’ Man in Black? Caleb (Aaron Paul) and Delores (Evan Rachel Wood) horseback ride to that locale, which we learn is not
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‘Westworld’: Vincent Cassel Takes Us Inside Serac’s Agenda & Tonight’s Episode 5 ‘Genre’

‘Westworld’: Vincent Cassel Takes Us Inside Serac’s Agenda & Tonight’s Episode 5 ‘Genre’
Spoiler Alert: This interview contains details about tonight’s Westworld season 3, episode 5 “Genre” on HBO.

Tonight we got to know a little bit more about Engerraund Serac, the current Incite boss, and co-creator of supercomputer Rehoboam, which he designed with his brother.

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Sure, Serac has some redeeming qualities: he displays some sensitivity toward his emotionally-tortured brother and yearns to ward off future human-driven catastrophes in the world with Rehoboam. Yet, Serac is just as guilty and chaotic as the humanity which he deems “a miserable band of thugs”; specifically he murders former Incite CEO Dempsey Sr. In addition, as much as Serac wants to predict the world,
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Broadway’s ‘Caroline, Or Change’ And Debra Messing-Starrer ‘Birthday Candles’ Postponed Until Fall

Broadway’s ‘Caroline, Or Change’ And Debra Messing-Starrer ‘Birthday Candles’ Postponed Until Fall
Broadway’s Caroline, or Change, the revival of the Jeanine Tesori-Tony Kushner musical starring Sharon D Clarke, and Birthday Candles, the Noah Haidle play starring Debra Messing, have been postponed until Fall. The Roundabout Theatre Company productions had been set to open this Spring.

Clarke and Messing will remain with the productions.

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“Our desire is to provide certainty and confidence to our artists, staff and audiences that we will come back from this hiatus with a full season,” said Roundabout Artistic Director/CEO Todd Haimes in a statement. “We are committed to the future of the theatre and its long-term sustainability in this crisis. Moving planned productions to dates certain in the fall protects
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Steven Soderbergh’s “Contagion” Is Suddenly The Movie Of The Moment (Nearly A Decade Later)

Steven Soderbergh’s “Contagion” Is Suddenly The Movie Of The Moment (Nearly A Decade Later)
There are two schools of thought when it comes to viewing Steven Soderbergh’s 2011 film Contagion here in the mess that is 2020. On the one hand, you have people who have flocked to the movie in recent days. On the other hand, you have those who think that’s an absolutely terrible idea, one that unnecessarily upsets you and causes extra anxiety in a time of crisis. Honestly, both are true, and that’s part of why it works so well. Directing a script by Scott Z. Burns, Soderbergh put forth a riveting depiction of a viral outbreak. Today, we’ll dive in and give it a new review, as seen with a modern lens. For those who don’t remember, the film is a drama about what a global pandemic could be like in the modern world. This was the official plot synopsis from Warner Bros. at the time:
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