Friday, February 24, 2017

Alicia Vikander covers D La Repubblica Magazine [Italy] (18 February 2017)

Jannis Niewöhner, Maximilian (2016),covers TVMedia Magazine [Austria] (25 February 2017)

Veroniek Gielkens covers Flair Magazine [Germany] (March 2017)

David Tennant and Olivia Colman covers Broadchurch (2013), Radio Times Magazine [United Kingdom] (25 February 2017)

Murat Yıldırım latest Instagram photos



Turkish actor Murat Yildirim covers Esquire Magazine [Turkey] (March 2017)

Réka Tenki and Sándor Csányi cover Nõk Lapja Magazine [Hungary] (22 February 2017)

Mike Amigorena covers La Nacion Revista Magazine [Argentina] (26 February 2017)

'Thirtysomething,' 'The Comeback' Reunions and 'This Is Us' Panel Added to ATX Lineup

'Thirtysomething,' 'The Comeback' Reunions and 'This Is Us' Panel Added to ATX Lineup | Hollywood Reporter: "Other reunions at the Austin-based festival include 'Designing Women' and 'Northern Exposure.'
This Is Us is getting ready to take Austin by storm.

The hit NBC drama will host a panel at the sixth annual ATX Television Festival, set for June 8-11.

Stars Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia will be joined by NBC Entertainment president Jennifer Salke, creator and showrunner Dan Fogelman, and executive producer Ken Olin. 

Additionally, Olin will take part in a reunion for the beloved ABC drama thirtysomething at the festival, where he will be joined by fellow stars Patricia Wettig, Peter Horton, Melanie Mayron, Timothy Busfield, and David Clennon. The reunion marks the 30th anniversary of the adult drama's 1987 launch on ABC. The show ran for four seasons and won more than a dozen Emmys, including best drama series.

The cast of Lisa Kudrow's acclaimed HBO comedy The Comeback will also reunite at ATX. Kudrow, who also co-created and exec produced the half-hour, will be joined by co-creator and exec producer Michael Patrick King; castmember and exec producer Dan Bucatinsky; and castmember Laura Silverman. Additional cast will be announced at a later date. "

Other reunions at the Austin-based festival include 'Designing Women' and 'Northern Exposure.'

'X-Men' Producer on Phoenix Saga Rumors and Making Up for 'The Last Stand'

'X-Men' Producer on Phoenix Saga Rumors and Making Up for 'The Last Stand' | Hollywood Reporter: "Simon Kinberg says he wouldn't be daunted by the budget if he is chosen to direct: "I've been around movies of this scale for over a decade now."
The Dark Phoenix Saga is expected to make its way back to the big screen, with longtime X-Men writer-producer Simon Kinberg considered the top contender to step into the director's chair for 20th Century Fox.

Kinberg, who insists reports that he will direct are "premature," told Heat Vision on the carpet for a New York premiere of Logan that he does have a few thoughts on how things could go.

"I'm a huge fan of The Dark Phoenix story, and I felt like there was a lot that we didn't do in X-Men: The Last Stand, which was based on the Phoenix story. [Things] that if we were so lucky to get another chance, we would do differently," Kinberg said."

Simon Kinberg says he wouldn't be daunted by the budget if he is chosen to direct: "I've been around movies of this scale for over a decade now."