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Sarah Jessica Parker is now a winemaker

Sarah Jessica Parker is the latest Hollywood celebrity to get into the increasingly lucrative wine business. The "Sex And The City" star is all geared up to raise a toast to her new enterprise in life, come September.

Sarah will bre launching an Invivo x Sjp sauvignon blanc, reports "pagesix.com". She has plans to eventually expand her business to other areas of viticulture.

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The actress was last seen on the big screen in Fabien Constant's romantic drama, "Here And Now". The film opened in 2018 and co-starred Simon Baker.

While she has not been part of a movie or television project for a while, her wine manufacture passion should keep her busy for now.

becoming, by our count, the last remaining celeb to be a vintner.

Other Hollywood celebrities who have forayed winemaking lately include Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie,
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Sarah Jessica Parker Says 'Sex & the City' Looks "Tone-Deaf" 20 Years Later

Sarah Jessica Parker Says 'Sex & the City' Looks
After the anniversary that launched a thousand think pieces, Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker acknowledged that the groundbreaking show now looks “tone-deaf."

"You couldn't make it today because of the lack of diversity on screen," the Divorce actress said of the HBO show's four white leads at the Deauville Film Festival, where she was on hand for the premiere of her new film Here and Now (formerly titled Blue Night). "I personally think it would feel bizarre."

And now that the third movie based on the hit HBO show has been ...
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Paramount, Ambi to release Sarah Jessica Parker drama 'Here And Now'

Drama about singer-songwriter who receives devastating news premiered in Tribeca.

Paramount Worldwide Acquisitions has secured North American rights to Sarah Jessica Parker’s drama Here And Now, which Ambi Distribution will release theatrically on November 9.

Paramount Home Media Distribution will release digitally and on VOD staring the same day.

Here And Now premiered in Tribeca and follows a New York City-based singer-songwriter on the day she receives earth-shattering news, traverses the city and attempts to make peace with the life she chose.

The cast includes Simon Baker, Common, Taylor Kinner, and Waleed Zuaiter, and features Jacqueline Bisset and Renee Zellweger.
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Kelly Jenrette Joins Jeffrey Wright in Netflix’s ‘All Day and a Night’

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Kelly Jenrette Joins Jeffrey Wright in Netflix’s ‘All Day and a Night’
Kelly Jenrette has joined Jeffrey Wright in Netflix’s drama “All Day and a Night” to portray the wife of Wright’s character, Variety has learned exclusively.

She’ll also be playing the mother to Ashton Sanders’ character. Jenrette received her debut Emmy nomination this month in the outstanding guest actress in a drama category for her work on the “Other Women” episode of Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” pitting her against Viola Davis, Diana Rigg, and Cicely Tyson.

Black Panther” co-writer Joe Robert Cole will make his directorial debut on “All Day and a Night,” which he also wrote. Principle photography is set to get underway next week in Oakland, Ca.

All Day and a Night” is told in three parallel narratives, following a young criminal (Sanders) after his arrival in prison as he looks back on the days preceding his arrest and the circumstances of his childhood
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Jerusalem competition title 'Echo' picked up by Go2Films (exclusive)

Film premieres in the festival’s Israeli Feature Competition on Friday (July 27).

Amikam Kovner and Assaf Snir’s Echo, which premieres in Jerusalem Film Festival’s Israeli Feature Competition on Friday (July 27), has had its international sales rights snapped up by Jerusalem-based Go2Films.

The film depicts a man who suspects that his wife is having an affair. In an attempt to catch her at it, he begins recording her telephone conversations, discovering in the process that she is a very different woman from the one he thinks he knows. Yoram Toledano and Yaël Abecassis star.

Echo is produced by Dori Media Paran
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HBO Programming Chief Says At&T Has ‘No Plans to Dilute’ Brand

  • Variety
New corporate parent At&T’s plans for HBO will not spread the pay cabler’s programming offering too thin, according to programming president Casey Bloys.

“There are no plans to dilute the HBO brand in favor of volume of programming,” Bloys said Wednesday at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour. “No one has come to us and asked us to not do what we do, which is curate excellence.”

Bloys’ remarks came nearly three weeks after the New York Times published a story detailing an internal HBO town-hall meeting with John Stankey, a longtime At&T exec who, following the company’s acquisition of the former Time Warner, now oversees the newly acquired media portfolio, including HBO. In that meeting, in which he appeared with HBO chief executive Richard Plepler, Stankey indicated that the network needs to quickly grow its volume of original programming to better compete with Netflix.
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‘Here And Now’ Actor Joe Williamson Joins Fox’s Ford Vs. Ferrari Pic, Signs With Abrams Artists Agency

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‘Here And Now’ Actor Joe Williamson Joins Fox’s Ford Vs. Ferrari Pic, Signs With Abrams Artists Agency
Exclusive: Joe Williamson, most recently seen in HBO drama Here And Now, is joining Fox and director James Mangold’s upcoming pic about the battle between Ford and Ferrari at the 1966 Le Mans World Championship.

Christian Bale and Matt Damon will star in the currently untitled big-budget pic, which will follow the true story of automotive visionary Carroll Shelby (Damon), British driver Ken Miles (Bale) and a team of American engineers and designers who were dispatched by Henry Ford II with the mission of building from scratch a new race car to defeat the perennially dominant Ferrari at the iconic Le Mans race.

Jon Bernthal, Caitriona Balfe, Tracy Letts, Noah Jupe, Paul Sparks and Jack McMullen will also star. Williamson has inked a run of pic role as Don Frey, a senior executive at the Ford Motor Company.

Chernin Entertainment is producing and the team is prepping now ahead of an August shoot.
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: Season 2’s Most Surprising Emmy Nomination Is the Series’ Key to Winning Best Drama

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’: Season 2’s Most Surprising Emmy Nomination Is the Series’ Key to Winning Best Drama
In a morning full of snubs and surprises, one of the more intriguing moments was the reveal of the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama nominees. It’s not shocking that there were three nominations for “The Handmaid’s Tale” in this category, given how the show has always been a showcase for a wide range of roles for women. But what was a surprise is the three women chosen: Previous nominee Samira Wiley (who competed last year in the Supporting Actress category and lost to Ann Dowd), Cherry Jones (who made a few appearances in Season 2 as June’s mother Holly), and, seemingly out of nowhere, Kelly Jenrette as “Annie.”

If you had to look up who that character is, don’t feel bad. Jenrette has one major scene in flashbacks during Season 2, Episode 4, “Other Women,” in which Annie confronts June (Elisabeth Moss) as the woman “wrecking” her marriage — calling her a “fucking whore.
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Fox Searchlight TV Taps Danny Samit & Kara Buckley As VPs Television Production

  • Deadline
Fox Searchlight’s TV division has made its first major hire since its April launch. Former FX Network and HBO execs Danny Samit and Kara Buckley have been named VPs Television Production, effective immediately. They are based in Los Angeles and report to David Greenbaum and Matthew Greenfield, Presidents of Production for Film and Television at Fox Searchlight Pictures.

“We are thrilled to welcome Kara and Danny to the Searchlight team,” Greenfield and Greenbaum said in a statemet. “They are two of the most dynamic young stars in the business. Each brings unique work and life experiences that, combined with their deep relationships across the creative content landscape, make them tremendous additions to the Searchlight family.”

Searchlight Television will produce original material as well as utilize the studio’s rich library of feature films for adaptation in broadcast television, cable and streaming with forays into scripted series, limited series, documentaries and more.
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How TV Series Can Break Into the Emmy Race at Any Age

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How TV Series Can Break Into the Emmy Race at Any Age
Television academy voters have been known to snub series that originally missed the Emmy boat in subsequent seasons: Consider “The Leftovers,” “Oz” and “The Wire.” None of those shows were ever nominated in the drama series category despite overwhelming critical acclaim. But the Academy has also learned from its mistakes: Series such as “Parks and Recreation,” “Friday Night Lights” and “The Americans” managed to get nominated in their respective categories during subsequent seasons, even after coming up short their first.

FX CEO John Landgraf expected “The Americans” to join “The Wire” and “Oz” as a terminally overlooked series after the spy drama failed to land an Emmy nom in the drama series category its first three seasons.

“Anyone who follows the history of scripted drama in television would tell you that ‘The Wire’ was one of the best television series ever made,” he says. “That it was never nominated is
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2018 Emmy Awards nominations ballot: See the 160 Best Drama Series hopefuls from A (‘Altered Carbon’) to X (‘The X-Files’)

2018 Emmy Awards nominations ballot: See the 160 Best Drama Series hopefuls from A (‘Altered Carbon’) to X (‘The X-Files’)
TV academy voters will get a bit of a break this month when they sit down to cast their 2018 Emmy Awards nominations ballots, This year, they only have to consider 160 shows for Best Drama Series; in 2017, that number was 180. And they no longer have to winnow their choices down to just 10 favorites. As with last year, they are being told to “Vote for as many achievements in this category that you have seen and feel are worthy of a nomination.”

Remember, only seven of the shows below will earn bids for Best Drama Series when the nominations are announced on July 12. While the reigning champ, “The Handmaid’s Tale,” is back with a sophomore season, it faces “Game of Thrones” for the first time. That epic fantasy had won the previous two years but did was off the air last year. With the exception of “Better Call Saul,” the other
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Generation Next: Nick Cuse, Alice Englert, Chet Hanks Carve Out Careers Beyond Their Famous Families

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Generation Next: Nick Cuse, Alice Englert, Chet Hanks Carve Out Careers Beyond Their Famous Families
There’s no recipe for success in Tinseltown, but a thick skin and a bit of luck seems to be a winning ticket — and sometimes it’s just in your DNA. Generations of actors have descended from Hollywood royalty for years — from Angelina Jolie and Melanie Griffith, to Kate Hudson and Kiefer Sutherland. Billie Lourd is carrying the torch handed down from mom Carrie Fisher and grandmother Debbie Reynolds, while Emma Roberts is transcending the family moniker, too. Lately, there’s a whole new generation of celebrity offspring who are carving out a name for themselves on television, due in part to the increasingly vast landscape provided by seemingly infinite networks, cablers and Ott platforms.

Although sharing a last name with a famous parent may beget instant recognition, stepping out from under their long shadow can sometimes be an even harder feat than cracking the Hollywood code as a newcomer.
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Here’s “Scream’s” Bex Taylor-Klaus In ‘Hell Fest’

Lionsgate and CBS Films shared a behind-the-scenes look at Hell Fest, which gives us an early look at one of the props being ridden by stars Bex Taylor-Klaus (“Scream”, Here And Now, Arrow) and Christian James in the film opening in theaters September 28, 2018. Blumhouse regular Gregory Plotkin, who directed Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension and edited Get Out, got behind the camera for […]
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A Casual Reminder That Kevin Bacon's Daughter Is in 13 Reasons Why

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If you've already binge-watched the second season of Netflix's 13 Reasons Why, then chances are you've also probably been obsessing over the stellar cast. Season one is a heartbreaking, honest, and beautiful adaptation of Jay Asher's bestselling novel, and featured mostly unknown faces. This time around we're well acquainted with everyone on screen, but just in case you need a refresher about one character in particular, we've got you covered.

In the early episodes of season two, Clay Jensen (Dylan Minnette) strikes up a romance with the tattooed barista at Monet's we briefly met last season: Skye. As it turns out, the actress who plays her is a Hollywood legacy. Sosie Bacon, aka the 26-year-old daughter of Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick, is the one responsible for bringing the edgy character to life. Skye is definitely one of our favorites, which makes her disappearing act from season two such a bummer.
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Holly Hunter Lists Two-Family Townhouse in Brooklyn’s Historic Fort Greene

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Holly Hunter Lists Two-Family Townhouse in Brooklyn’s Historic Fort Greene
Academy award winning actress Holly Hunter listed her handsome, 19th-century two-family Italianate townhouse on a beautiful, Instagram-worthy tree-lined block in Brooklyn’s historic Fort Greene neighborhood at $4.5 million. Hunter, once-upon-a-time New York City roommates with fellow Oscar winner Frances McDormand and most recently co-star of the short-lived, single-season Alan Ball series “Here and Now” on HBO, acquired the four-story mid-block townhouse in July 2014 for $3.3 million, as noted by the eagle-eyed celebrity property gossip at the New York Post. With numerous original architectural features still intact, i.e. inlaid wood floors, intricate plaster moldings on the parlor level and five decorative fireplaces with carved marble mantels, the three-story main residence has up to four bedrooms and two bathrooms in about 2,300-square feet while the self-contained garden-level apartment contains another bedroom and bathroom in about 750-square-feet.

Just inside the double-door entry, a slender stair hall opens to an ample, eclectically furnished
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It 2 Gets Allegiant Star Andy Bean as Adult Stanley

It 2 Gets Allegiant Star Andy Bean as Adult Stanley
The grown-up version of The Losers Club is almost complete for the highly-anticipated sequel It 2, with Andy Bean coming aboard to play the adult Stanley Uris. Wyatt Oleff played the young Stanley Uris in last year's blockbuster It, which broke The Exorcist's 44-year all-time record as the highest-grossing horror movie of all time, becoming the first horror movie ever to gross more than $300 million domestic. This sequel will be set 27 years after the first movie, with The Losers Club kids all reuniting as adults.

As of now, Andy Bean joins a cast that includes adult Losers Clubs members such as Jessica Chastain as Beverly Marsh (originally played by Sophia Lillis), James McAvoy as Bill Denbrough (originally played by Jaeden Lieberher) and Bill Hader as Richie Tozier (originally played by Finn Wolfhard). Earlier today, James Ransone revealed in a now-deleted tweet that he is playing Eddie Kaspbrak (originally played by
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‘It: Chapter Two’ Casts Andy Bean as Stanley Uris

The cast of the adult version of the Losers’ Club continues to take shape, as Andy Bean has signed on to play Stanley Uris in “It: Chapter Two,” an individual with knowledge of the project confirmed to TheWrap.

Stanley was played by Wyatt Oleff in the first “It” movie, which saw a group of kids in Maine get terrorized by the evil clown, Pennywise. The film, which tells the first half of Stephen King’s famous horror novel, ended with all the kids swearing to return as adults when Pennywise comes back to attack their hometown. But as Stanley will soon learn, Pennywise is expecting them.

Bean is know for his roles on “Power,” “Here and Now” and “Allegiant.”

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“It: Chapter Two,” will star James McAvoy, Bill Hader, and Jessica Chastain as the adult versions of Stanley’s friends,
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‘It: Chapter 2’ Taps Andy Bean to Play Stanley (Exclusive)

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‘It: Chapter 2’ Taps Andy Bean to Play Stanley (Exclusive)
It: Chapter 2” has found another addition to its cast of Losers, as Andy Bean is set to play Stanley in “It: Chapter 2,” sources tell Variety.

Earlier on Wednesday, James Ransone announced in a since-deleted tweet that he would be playing adult Eddie in the pic.

Young Stanley was played by Wyatt Oleff in the first film, and Bean now joins Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, and Bill Hader, who play Beverly, Bill, and Richie, respectively, in the sequel. Bill Skarsgard is also set to return as Pennywise.

Director Andy Muschietti is back to direct, with Gary Dauberman penning the script. The sequel will bow on Sept. 6, 2019, with production expected to start this summer.

“Chapter One” of “It” followed the first half of Stephen King’s eponymous novel, telling the story of a group of children who are terrorized by Pennywise the Clown and forced to face their own demons to defeat him.
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‘Westworld’ Renewed for Season 3 at HBO

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‘Westworld’ Renewed for Season 3 at HBO
Westworld” has been renewed for a third season at HBO, the premium cabler announced Tuesday.

The second season of the series debuted on April 22. The series takes place in a futuristic theme park populated with androids. In the second season, the androids have revolted against their human creators. It stars Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Ed Harris, Jimmi Simpson, Jeffrey Wright, James Marsden, and Tessa Thompson. It is unknown when the third season will air, though almost a year and a half elapsed between the end of the first season and the debut of the second.

Westworld” was created for television by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, who are executive producers with J.J. Abrams, Richard J. Lewis, Roberto Patino, Athena Wickham and Ben Stephenson. Nolan and Joy’s Kilter Films and Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions produce in association with Warner Bros. Television. The series is based on the film of
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Here and Now Cancelled at HBO

There’s no future for Here and Now: HBO has cancelled the Alan Ball family drama after just one season, according to our sister site Deadline.

“After careful consideration, we have decided not to move forward with a second season of Here and Now,” HBO said in a statement. “We thank Alan for his dedication to innovative storytelling, and we look forward to his next endeavor.”

Here and Now starred Oscar winners Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter as the ex-hippie parents of a dysfunctional family of kids, most of whom they adopted from countries around the world. Jerrika Hinton, Daniel Zovatto,
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