Max Irons talks up his new TV series, "Condor"

Max Irons talks up his new TV series, "Condor"

Max Irons  follows in the memorable onscreen footsteps of Robert Redford. The new Audience Network series “Condor” casts the second-generation English actor (dad is Jeremy Irons) in the lead role as avian-nicknamed CIA analyst Joe Turner, the role Redford originated in Sydney Pollack’s 1975 film, the Oscar-nominated “Three Days of the Condor.” 

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Nashville: A Final Farewell - Interview with Charles Esten

Nashville: A Final Farewell - Interview with Charles Esten

Get your tissues ready ... the final episodes of the hit TV series Nashville are coming at you!  After Six Seasons, Charles Esten ( known affectionately as Deacon Clayborn)  and the rest of the cast get ready to say goodbye to the landmark series they’ve called home! 

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Peter Stormare and Traci Lords talk "Swedish Dicks"

Peter Stormare and Traci Lords talk "Swedish Dicks"

I know what you're thinking and  now you can get your head out of the gutter! Swedish Dicks is a new half hour series starring Peter Stormare (Fargo, American Gods) that has already aired to rave reviews in Sweden and is ready to leave it's mark on North America. 

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David Frankel Interview - Collateral Beauty

David Frankel is an Oscar winning director who also gave us, The Devil Wears Prada, Marlee and Me and Me and Hope Springs. 

In his latest film Collateral Beauty, a successful New York advertising executive (Will Smith) experiences a deep personal tragedy and retreats from life entirely. His colleagues devise a drastic plan to force him to confront his grief in a surprising and profoundly human way.
He also touches upon working with an all-star cast of Academy award nominees and winners including Will Smith, Kate Winslet, Edward Norton and Helen Mirren.
 

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Benedict Cumberbatch gets his Shakespeare on

 Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III - first look

Benedict Cumberbatch as Richard III - first look

BBC Two have released the first picture of Cumberbatch as Richard III for upcoming drama The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses. 

Whoa....   Looking quite dashing atop a black horse, the 38-year-old Sherlock actor will star as the English king in BBC's The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses, an adaptation of four of Shakespeare's historical plays. The series will comprise Henry VI Parts I, II and III, and conclude with Richard III.  All four films of The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses will be directed by Dominic Cooke (former artistic director of the Royal Court) and features a range of big-name British talent including Hugh Bonneville, Judi Dench and Keeley Hawes. Sadly Cumberbatch fans will have a bit of a wait as the series is scheduled to air sometime in 2016.