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On any kind of normal day, “Watchmen” being rebooted for TV would be major news. But with Daniel Day-Lewis retiring from acting, and Phil Lord and Chris Miller exiting/being fired from the Han Solo movie, “Watchmen” got overshadowed. But, it’s still a pretty big deal. Variety reports that “Lost” and “The Leftovers” guru Damon Lindelof is bringing an adaptation of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons‘ celebrated graphic novel to HBO. Continue reading Damon Lindelof Bringing ‘Watchmen’ To HBO at The Playlist.

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Based on the roles she played both on television and on the big screen the last thing you probably want to do is get on Ann Dowd’s bad side. Especially if you were a frequent viewer of HBO’s “The Leftovers,” which rapped its third and final season last month, or have gotten hooked on Hulu’s masterful “The Handmaid’s Tale” that just released its final episode of the season. Continue reading Ann Dowd Talks Connecting With Evil In ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ And Believing Nora In ‘The Leftovers’ [Interview] at The Playlist.

David Milch’s long-gestating “Deadwood” film may finally be moving forward, as reported by actors Ian McShane and Kim Dickens. For those who never saw the prematurely cancelled HBO show, it was set in Deadwood, North Dakota and tracked the growth from camp to town. The show lasted three seasons before getting the axe and featured McShane as the f-bomb prone Al Swearengen and Dickens as Joanie Stubbs. Continue reading “Sad And Painful And Beautiful”: Kim Dickens Talks ‘Deadwood’ Movie Script at The Playlist.