To Live and Die in LA TV series

William Friedkin‘s film To Live and Die in L.A., released in 1985, is a compelling and vividly stylish ’80s thriller featuring William Peterson, Willem Dafoe, and John Pankow in the story of two Secret Service agents on the trail of a counterfeiting operation. The film was a return to form of sorts for Friedkin, and now the story might offer him that opportunity again.

Friedkin is directing a To Live and Die in L.A. TV series for WGN America. Read More »


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Killer Joe McConaughey

It seems so long ago, but 2011 was the beginning of the McConaissance, when Matthew McConaughey‘s rep was re-invigorated with the release and/or festival debuts of The Lincoln Lawyer, Bernie, and Killer Joe. The last one, from director William Friedkin, may end up having the longest legs, as it is one of two Friedkin films being used as the inspiration for a new TV series. If it took a path similar to, say, Fargo, we’d watch a Killer Joe TV series in a hot minute. Read More »