Reality TV is really in a slump 5 days ago - Detroit News ... term fix to the problems of television, but ... he brokered a deal to bring the British game show ... promoted 'The Blacklist'?" NBC's crime ... 01/17/2015 - 6:13 am | View Link
Hard act to follow: Guy Pearce earns praise as a musician - Sunshine Coast Daily Hard act to follow: Guy Pearce earns praise as a musician - Daily Mercury News 01/17/2015 - 5:54 am | View Link
As Europe Moves Aggressively Against Terrorism, New Challenges ... - AINA Greek Police Detain 4 Suspected Terrorists - Time 01/17/2015 - 5:36 am | View Link
Crime writer Ruth Rendell critical in hospital after stroke - Big News Network ABC Australia Thursday 15th January, 2015 United Kingdom British crime writer Ruth Rendell, the ... Wexford became a popular television series 01/16/2015 - 6:19 am | View Link
Crime writer Ruth Rendell in critical condition after stroke - Japan Times Ruth Rendell In Critical Condition After Suffering Stroke - Contactmusic 01/15/2015 - 3:20 pm | View Link
Woody Allen, House of Cards … what’s next for the television revolution? Amazon has signed Woody Allen for his first TV series and its shows picked up honours at the Golden Globes, highlighting the change in our viewing habits and the rise of internet platforms How do you watch television? Slumped together on the sofa like the Gogglebox families, commenting on whatever channel you’ve absent-mindedly tuned into? Curled up in bed binge-watching a series on Sky Go or ... 01/17/2015 - 7:04 pm | View Link
TV's best invisible characters outed Sometimes heard, seldom seen, frequently famous - Bridget McManus salutes our best-loved and most intriguing invisible stars of television. 01/17/2015 - 8:40 am | View Link
Peter James brings Dead Simple to the Norwich stage After the success of his debut stage adaptation, bestselling crime writer Peter James has turned another of Roy Grace mysteries into a play. JUDY FOSTER spoke to him about stage whodunits and spending half an hour locked in a coffin. 01/16/2015 - 5:16 am | View Link
The man who created lots of racy television Brian Clemens created two cult television series, The Avengers and The Professionals, and became one of the medium's most inventive and prolific story-tellers. His remarkable output mirrored the development of the thriller genre and his scripts enlivened many of the most popular action-drama series screened during the 1960s and 1970s. 01/15/2015 - 8:37 pm | View Link
Crime writer Ruth Rendell 'critical' after stroke British crime writer Ruth Rendell, the author of more than 60 books in a career spanning five decades, was on Thursday in a critical condition in hospital after suffering a stroke, her publisher said. "She is in hospital under expert care in a critical but stable condition," Hutchinson -- Penguin Random House said in a statement. The publisher said Rendell, 84, whose best-known creation Chief ... 01/15/2015 - 10:32 am | View Link
Fortitude: Still making the blood run cold No, not a surprise new season of Danish hit The Killing but the 12-part crime series, Fortitude, which begins next week. On the surface this story of murder and its attendant aftershocks sounds like a British attempt at Scandinavian noir but pack those ... 01/29/2015 - 1:18 pm | View Link
Fortitude: "A riveting and supremely accomplished piece of television" What the people of Fortitude don't have to worry about is crime. In such a small community, everyone has their role to fill, and so nobody needs to resort to crime. Fortitude tells the story of when that all changes. During this feature-length opening ... 01/29/2015 - 9:57 am | View Link
"Fans of hit television drama Broadchurch have complained they are finding it harder to understand ..." Meldung von stuff.co.nz: Fans of television show Broadchurch might be doing more "och?" than "aye" watching the latest season of the hit British crime show. weiterlesen ... Weitere Nachricht von nydailynews.com: "Doctor Who" alum David Tennant has been ... 01/27/2015 - 3:55 pm | View Link
In ‘Night Will Fall,’ haunting Holocaust footage US and British officials didn’t want to alienate Germany ... Another reason for the slow, deliberate crime-scene camerawork: The cameramen were stunned by what they saw. They were struggling to take it all in — including the harrowing faces of the ... 01/25/2015 - 7:00 pm | View Link
Inside Television: Will Iceland be the next telly hotspot? Crime Rate: unusually high. When Sky Atlantic's new 12-part ... It's one explanation for the popularity Nordic noir has enjoyed with British audiences and it's telling that while the second series of Chris Chibnall's Broadchurch was shrouded in secrecy ... 01/22/2015 - 11:06 am | View Link
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Top 10 new crime thriller tv shows & detectives (2010-2014 ... A top 10 of the best crime tv thrillers & detective tv shows of the decade, the 10's. We also preview the new detectives and thriller shows of 2014. 01/29/2015 - 5:00 pm | View Website
Crime Time Preview CrimeTimePreview is about new TV crime series and thrillers from around the world, from Sherlock to True Detective to The Bridge 01/29/2015 - 10:19 am | View Website
BAFTA: Home of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts BAFTA is the British Academy of Film and Television Arts. We are an independent British charity that supports, develops and promotes the art forms of the moving image. 01/29/2015 - 7:56 am | View Website
Ivan Reitman has been discussing the proposed Twin sequel Triplets, explaining that the project is “frozen” at present, with Universal trying to figure out if it’s a good idea to push ahead.
While promoting current film Draft Day – which hit DVD in the UK this week – Reitman revealed that Eddie Murphy is still the actor they want to play the third brother to Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito, but that the film is still far from getting the green-light.
“That seems to be somewhat frozen at the studio level I think,” explained the man who directed the first film.
Organizers of a Swiss music festival say Israeli conductor Israel Yinon collapsed during a performance and died.
Yinon was conducting a piece by Richard Strauss on Thursday night when he collapsed, said Marc Reinhardt, a spokesman for the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, whose students were performing.
Reinhardt told The Associated Press on Friday an audience member tried to save Yinon, but he died in the ambulance on his way to a hospital.
A Most Violent Year is satisfying in every way, including ways that are unexpected. The story centers on a home-heating business and the trucks that deliver oil to customers. At the same time, it also offers a brilliant portrait of a marriage — maybe the best since Revolutionary Road.
What have we done to deserve another found-footage movie? The tired hand-held technique that seemed so fresh in 1999 with The Blair Witch Project wore out its welcome long ago. The only thing noteworthy about its use in Project Almanac, which follows a group of high-school misfits who invent a time-travel apparatus, is that this particular found-footage film isn’t really a horror film but a sci-fi thriller.
The salty tough-guy played by Jude Law in the gritty submarine thriller Black Sea seems beyond his grasp. He plays Robinson, a recently laid-off sub pilot. A former colleague knows of a way to get even with “the bankers” and “people who get filth like us to do their dirty work”: A Nazi submarine, lost in the Black Sea during World War II, might be full of Soviet gold.