69th Emmy Awards - 2017 Emmy Winners

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards aired on CBS Sunday night with The Late Show host Stephen Colbert serving as master of ceremonies for the prestigious night out with some of television’s finest talents.

The winners were announced live on television, and below we have the full list of those lucky enough to take home an Emmy during the broadcast last night, as well as offering some commentary on the awards from the night of the show. So without further adieu, let’s get to the 2017 Emmy winners. Read More »

Blade Runner 2049 cityscape

In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • An Alien: Covenant VR experience lets you be birthed as a neomorph
  • Dave Bautista says Blade Runner 2049 will be “better than the first film”
  • Adam Scott doesn’t seem thrilled about the idea of more Big Little Lies
  • Tom Cruise films a motorcycle chase for Mission: Impossible 6
  • and more!

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big-little-lies

When HBO’s limited series Big Little Lies came to an end a little more than a week ago, I was satisfied with the conclusion. But only seven days later, I was conflicted; I appreciated the succinctness of the series’ seven episode run and thought it told a compelling and complete story, but at the same time, I couldn’t help but wish there were more episodes to dive into.

So will we ever see Big Little Lies season 2? Below, I’ll run down all of the quotes from the major players involved and try to get to the bottom of this.
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FX Atlanta

It’s the TCAs this week, and that means we’ve got lots of big TV news coming our way right now. So let’s get them all taken care of right now, shall we? After the jump:

  • FX’s Atlanta won’t return until 2018.
  • FX’s American Crime Story also won’t return until 2018.
  • American Horror Story has been renewed. Yes, again.
  • ArcherThe Americans, and Feud get premiere dates.
  • A Series of Unfortunate Events gets a second season.
  • Big Little Lies and Riverdale unleash new teasers.
  • Arrested Development season 5 is “close,” supposedly.
  • Lethal Weapon casts Thomas Lennon as Joe Pesci.

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Big Little Lies Trailer

Some of the best actors and filmmakers are taking time away from the big screen to participate in this new golden age of television, and the latest evidence of this shift comes from a couple of feature film talents who previously brought us one of the best movies of 2014.

Wild director Jean-Marc Vallée and star Reese Witherspoon have adapted Liane Moriarty‘s novel Big Little Lies for a limited series on HBO. The series stars Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley as three mothers of children who all attend the same school. Their lives are thrown into upheaval when a series of events results in a murder. The first Big Little Lies trailer has just debuted, introducing us to the characters briefly while also hinting at the tragedy and intrigue about to disrupt their world. Read More »

Jean Marc Vallee directing Wild

Jean-Marc Vallée is pulling a Cary Fukunaga. The Dallas Buyers Club director is set to direct all seven episodes of the HBO limited series Big Little Lies, which will reunite him with his Wild stars Reese Witherspoon and Laura DernNicole KidmanShailene WoodleyAdam Scott, and Zoë Kravitz also star. More about the Jean-Marc Vallée Big Little Lies project after the jump.  Read More »

Jean-Marc Vallée Might Direct Big Little Lies

Any name actor probably wants to work with Jean-Marc Vallée right now. With Dallas Buyers Club, the director helped land Oscar wins for both Jared Leto (The Suicide Squad) and Matthew McConaughey (Mud). His followup film, Wild, scored Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern Oscar nominations and plenty of acclaim. Jean-Marc Vallée might direct Big Little Lies next for HBO, reuniting with Witherspoon. Learn more after the jump.

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Reese Witherspoon as "Cheryl Strayed" in WILD.

Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman are taking a page out of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson’s playbook. The A-list actresses are headed to HBO for Big Little Lies, a limited series to be written by David E. Kelley (Ally McBealBoston Legal). Learn all about the Reese Witherspoon HBO project after the jump.  Read More »