Sally Ride was the first American woman in space, inspiring a whole new generation of girls to become astronauts. Now the story of her life and the mission that put her in the history books will be turned into a movie by Transparent creator Jill Soloway and Lionsgate. Read More »
Following extensive allegations of sexual assault and misconduct, director Bryan Singer was removed from the long-gestating Red Sonja movie. The project was given a dose of new energy and excitement when Transparent creator Jill Soloway was hired to replace him, making this the first large-scale, high profile project to be tackled by a non-binary director. Now that they’re hard at work getting the comic book adaptation off the ground, they teased what fans can expect from the film with some surprising comparisons to both Deadpool and The Dark Knight. Read More »
Jill Soloway is taking over as the Red Sonja movie director. After heavy backlash against original director Bryan Singer in light of sexual misconduct allegations, Millenium Films decided to cut Singer loose. It was unclear if Sonja would continue on, or shut down entirely, but now a decision has been made, and Soloway will write and direct the movie.
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Amazon’s award-winning series Transparent will end after the upcoming season 5. The show’s conclusion comes in the wake of the firing of star Jeffrey Tambor. Tambor was let go from the series following sexual harassment claims.
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In November of 2017, actor Jeffrey Tambor was said to have left the Amazon series Transparent in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations. Later, however, Tambor claimed he might not be leaving the show after all. Now, it’s official: Tambor has been fired from Transparent following an internal investigation from Amazon.
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Jill Soloway‘s critically-acclaimed series Transparent returns to Amazon this fall for its fourth season, and a new trailer showcases a change of location for the Pfefferman family: Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) and company are heading overseas to Israel, and a journey of self-discovery awaits. Check out the season 4 trailer below.
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Kevin Bacon has been the object of desire for many a woman over the years, and now he’ll be lusted after by Kathryn Hahn in a new series called I Love Dick, based on Chris Kraus 1997 novel of the same name.
Amazon is bringing I Love Dick to their Prime subscribers as a new series after the pilot debuted online last year. The series hails from Transparent mastermind Jill Soloway, and it looks like it will be quite the steamy story that explores sexuality as it corresponds to a struggling marriage and the principles of monogamy.
Watch the I Love Dick trailer below, but beware that it’s NSFW due to language and nudity. Read More »
The second season of Transparent, ordered just after the debut of the first season, has not yet premiered on Amazon Prime. But there’s already a deal to continue the story of Jeffrey Tambor‘s character, originally the patriarch of the Pfefferman family, who in the first season began a new life as the transgender Maura. Amazon has ordered Transparent season 3, which comes along with a deal that will see the show’s creator, Jill Soloway, making TV exclusively for Amazon.
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What just happened? For years we’ve mocked the Golden Globes as a joke, a drunken farce that leads into the last few weeks of Awards Season before the Oscars. The show is basically one last hootenanny, like New Years Eve for celebrities, before the Important Awards sweep in to codify all that is good and worthwhile from the previous calendar year. (Note: no awards actually codify anything.)
But something happened in 2015. The Golden Globes, especially when it came to awards for TV, did not appear to be decided entirely by self-congratulatory voters more interested in getting loaded with celebrities than in the actual films and shows. The film winners were almost entirely independents, and the TV winners were diverse both in who they represent, and the ways in which those stories are getting to audiences. A big win for Amazon’s Transparent isn’t just unexpected; it is a great step forward.
Now, instead of bringing attention to stuff like The Tourist, the Golden Globes suddenly look almost progressive. The problem is that some of the 2015 awards winners are still things audiences haven’t seen, for a variety of reasons. So here’s a guide to some of the lesser-known achievements the Globes highlighted this year. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, October 9th, 2014 by Angie Han
Amazon first started releasing original series last year, but it wasn’t until this fall’s Transparent that they had a real smash hit. The dramedy debuted to great critical acclaim, and attracted enough viewers to “smash Prime Instant Video records.” And so, because Amazon is not stupid, it’s going back for more. The company has just re-upped Transparent for a second season to premiere in 2015.
Hit the jump for more details on the Transparent renewal. Read More »