The creators behind the acclaimed "Normal People" are back with the next TV adaptation based on one of the author Sally Rooney's books.
Director Lenny Abrahamson ("Room") and screenwriter Alice Birch ("Succession") managed to get a really popular and acclaimed adaptation of "Normal People", starring Daisy Edgar-Jones and Paul Mescal. That miniseries was based on the author Sally Rooney's book of the same name - and now it's time for the same gang to tackle Rooney's debut novel "Conversations with Friends"
In the new series, we will follow Frances (played by Alison Oliver in her first role) and her ex-girlfriend, who is now "only" her best friend, when they meet the author Melissa who is immediately fascinated by the two women. Soon, the two friends hang out regularly with Melissa and her husband, where secret affairs between the couple soon make the relationships heat up properly ... which of course leads to various a lot of difficulties and inappropriate feelings.
If you liked "Normal People" then there is probably a pretty high probability that "Conversations with Friends" will also appeal to you. After all, secret and forbidden love has long been a winning combination when it comes to entertainment.
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Watch Michael Mann and Patty Jenkins step into their own movie scenes. A new documentary series for all movie lovers - soon on HBO Max.
What if you could pause your favorite movie at the most perfect moment and step straight into the box? That kind of film magic is now becoming a reality in the documentary series "One Perfect Shot".
The series is created by Ava DuVernay ("Selma", "The 13th Addendum") and is based on a popular Twitter account. Where the account is based on publishing beautiful still images from classic films, the series goes a few steps further, and lets VFX artists rebuild the scene as a real film environment paused.
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Here we will, among other things, see Michael Mann step straight into the adrenaline-pumping shooting in "Heat" while Patty Jenkins in the next episode examines the moment when Wonder Woman embraced her fate. This looks to be an inspiring masterclass in film art with some exciting names on board.
Other directors and films that will be released in the first season are Jon Chu ("Crazy Rich Asians"), Kasi Lemmons ("Harriet"), Malcolm Lee ("Girls Trip") and Aaron Sorkin ("The Trial of The Chicago 7"). .
"One Perfect Shot" will release all six episodes on March 24 on HBO Max.
Elizabeth McGovern doesn't understand the popularity of 'Downton Abbey'.
The 60-year-old actress is set to reprise her role as Cora Crawley, the Countess of Grantham, in 'Downton Abbey: A New Era' and while she's confident it will be a hit, Elizabeth is still unsure why the series is so successful.
Speaking to the UK edition of OK! magazine, she said: "People ask me why the show has been so successful over the years and I have no idea. I do not get it. I'm just thankful. But viewers identify with it for a variety of reasons.”
Elizabeth also thought doing the 'Downton' films would be a bigger and better experience than working on the TV show. But the actress found on set that there was little difference. She shared: "The funny thing is that it felt very similar. I thought the on-set snacks were better, but no...they weren't.
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We were in the same house, we stayed in the same little bed and breakfasts around Highclere Castle. The film looked and felt so much bigger, more expansive and more ambitious than the TV show, but the actual act of shooting really feels the same.”
Neve Campbell has already been approached for 'Scream 6'.
The 48-year-old actress reprized her role as Sidney Prescott in the fifth film in the blockbuster slasher franchise and has also been reunited on screen with her old castmates Courteney Cox as Gale Weathers and David Arquette as Dewey Riley. If you believe the actress, it won't be the last time the cast of one of the iconic horror films will come together.
Neve has now revealed that a draft script for another sequel is "coming soon". At the horror convention Mad Monster Party in California, Neve said: "They approached me. There is no script yet. There's a draft coming soon I'm told. I was supposed to call a producer yesterday because he wanted to talk to me about what's going on."
However, the 'Wild Things' actress stressed that she needs to see the story before deciding whether to return. She added: "We'll see. I'll read the script and see how I feel." The original 1996 film 'Scream' was a huge hit. It grossed over $173 million at the worldwide box office and launched the then 23-year-old young actress into stardom.