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While many thought the big wins by “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Big Little Lies” at the Emmy awards marked an victory for appointment viewing, don’t cry for Netflix or Amazon just yet. While some argued that having episodes drop week-by-week helped those award winning shows take home trophies, at the end of the day, when it comes what people are actually watching — or at least want to watch — Netflix remains king. Continue reading Study Confirms Everyone Wants Netflix Originals at The Playlist.
The USC Libraries announced the nominees for the 29th USC Scripter Award which is a rare writing award that goes to both the screenwriter and the writer of the material the film or TV show is based on. It can also be an indicator of potential Best Adapted Screenplay nominees. The winners will be announced in a ceremony at USC on Feb. 11. FILM “Arrival” Screenwriter Eric Heisserer, adapted from the novella “Story Of Your Life” by Ted Chiang “Fences” August Wilson for the play (Plume) and screenplay “Hidden Figures” Screenwriters Allison Schroeder and Theodore Melfi, based on the nonfiction book by Margot Lee Shetterly “Lion” Luke Davies for the screenplay adapted from the nonfiction book “A Long Way Home” by Saroo Brierley “Moonlight” Barry Jenkins, adapted from “In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue,” by Tarell Alvin McCraneyz TELEVISION “Game Of Thrones” Screenwriters David Benioff and D. Continue reading ‘Moonlight,’ ‘Fences’ And ‘Hidden Figures’ are 2017 USC Scripter Nominees at The Playlist.
Season 2 had the most viewers over its debut weekend of all Amazon Original Series this year The post Man in the High Castle Season 3 Greenlit by Amazon appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
For those who watched the first season of Amazon’s streaming series “The Man in the High Castle,” you may have been left a little cold due to the fact that you don’t actually meet the titular character. Sure, there’s plenty of political intrigue, murder, twists, and quite a few actual men, but no man sitting in any castle. Well, that’s about to change. In the newly released trailer for the upcoming second season of the series, Juliana, played by Alexa Davalos, seems to finally get a chance to meet the mysterious character. Continue reading The Man In The High Castle Finally Appears In ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Season 2 Trailer at The Playlist.
“The Man in the High Castle” debuted last year and became a hit for Amazon, though not nearly as big as “Transparent.” Telling the story of an alternate history where the Nazis won World War II and divided the United States into Japanese and German controlled territories, ‘High Castle’ gives audiences a glimpse of what could have happened if Hitler wasn’t stopped. In the first trailer for season 2, viewers are given a taste of what they can expect when “The Man in the High Castle” returns. Continue reading More Visions Of An Alternate Past In The New Trailer For ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Season 2 at The Playlist.
Amazon reveals new details about The Man in the High Castle season 2, as well as a series of images of the cast.
Open up a drawer on the set of Amazon’s The Man In The High Castle and you open up to 1960s America. But it’s a nation we never knew. Sure, there’s the title to a Rock Hudson-June Allyson movie on the theater marquee, but it’s playing in a Nazi-occupied region of the United States. While an actor’s emotional mechanism largely takes credit for their performance, the cast of Amazon’s hit series talks about how the show’s scenic design, costumes, props and crafts…
The cast of Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle drama series gathered at the Awardsline Emmy screening of the pilot earlier in the week and analyzed the moral takeaways from the small screen adaptation of Philip K. Dick’s novel. Set in 1962, The Man in the High Castle dramatizes a world where the Axis powers have won World War II and have divided and conquered the United States with the Japanese ruling the west and the Third Reich the east. There’s also a mysterious…
EXCLUSIVE: Over a year and a half after joining Broad Green Pictures as executive vice president business affairs and general counsel, Christopher Tricarico has left the feature production and distribution company. With that move, The Man In The High Castle EP is restarting his boutique entertainment law firm, Tricarico Chavez LLP. “I am excited to return to the many clients whom I have had the pleasure to work with for more than a decade,” Tricarico said today. “Much as…