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If you haven’t watched the first season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” which just released its 10th and final episode on Hulu today, you have missed out on, arguably, the best new show of 2017. Bruce Miller’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s classic 1985 science fiction novel proved to have unexpected relevancy in these perilous times. Miller had already found a way to bring a modern context to the material, but the surprise results of November’s election and the Trump administration and GOP’s intent on rolling back rights across the board have made the final product feel a little too close to home. Continue reading ‘Handmaids Tale’: Producer Warren Littlefield On Finale, Says Show A ‘Call To Arms’ In Trump Era [Interview] at The Playlist.

For years now, James Bond has been the most bankable action character in the business. We may chuckle a little at Universal Pictures‘ plans to produce 10 different “Fast And The Furious” movies or Disney‘s aggressive release calendar for its slate of Marvel movies, but that’s nothing compared to the success that Bond has seen. Since Sean Connery‘s first outing as the dashing spy in the 1962 film “Dr. Continue reading Annapurna Pictures Emerges As A Surprise Contender For The Rights To James Bond at The Playlist.

Eli Roth‘s Death Wish remake has cast Beau Knapp as the film’s lead villain… which is a sentence that actually speaks volumes about the kind of movie the new Death Wish will be. After all, Michael Winner’s original didn’t have a a lead villain, a choice that, by design, makes it one of the more disturbing revenge […] The post Eli Roth’s ‘Death Wish’ Remake Casts Lead Villain appeared first on /Film.

Anyone who keeps up with James Bond has probably heard the remark that Daniel Craig made during the publicity tour for Spectre last year regarding a preference for slitting his wrists instead of doing another movie as 007. However, this reaction came at a time of pure exhaustion after making the movie and being on […] The post Daniel Craig Still Loves Playing James Bond, Despite That Whole Wrist Slashing Remark appeared first on /Film.

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels was itself a remake of the 1964 Marlon Brando/David Niven vehicle Bedtime Story The post Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Remake in the Works with Rebel Wilson appeared first on