Thursday, November 25, 2021

CATE BLANCHETT, MARK STRONG TO LEAD TAR MOVIE ABOUT A FEMALE CONDUCTOR! SEE FROM SUPERNATURAL EPIX SERIES TRAILER ABOUT A TOWN THAT TRAPS EVERYONE WHO ENTERS

   CATE BLANCHETT   
Blanchett will lead the fictional story
TO CONDUCT AN ORCHESTRA IN TAR MOVIE
As Deadline reports, it will arrive next October and beside Cate Blanchett in the lead role,  TAR will also star Nina Hoss, Noémie Merlant, Sophie Kauer, Julian Glover, Mark Strong, Allan Corduner, and Sylvia Flote. In the film the two time Oscar winner Blanchett will be playing fictional character Lydia Tár, an orchestra conductor widely considered one of the greatest at her craft, and the first ever female chief conductor of a major German orchestra! It is the story of world renowned musician Lydia Tár who is just days away from recording the symphony that will take her to the very heights of her already formidable career. Todd Field wrote the script and is also directing over in Berlin. You remember him for previously directing other Kate - Winslet in the most amazing drama Little Children.

 FROM SUPERNATURAL SERIES 
EPIX RELEASES FIRST TRAILER
Epix has released trailer for their new supernatural horror series FROM which arrives February 20th next year. The story of the ten episode show will unravel the mystery of a nightmarish town in middle America that traps all
Harold Perineau leads the cast as the sheriff of the town
those who enter. As the unwilling residents fight to keep a sense of normalcy and search for a way out, they must also survive the threats of the surrounding forest – including the terrifying creatures that come out when the sun goes
Eoin Bailey plays the father of the trapped family
down. The cast includes Catalina Sandino Moreno and Eion Bailey as married couple Jim and Tabitha Matthews, who are struggling in the aftermath of a personal tragedy and suddenly find their family trapped in the
The ten episode series arrives to Epix next February
town. Together they must find a way to keep their children safe, struggling to come to terms with this new reality even as they desperately search for a way back home! Harold Perrineau leads the cast as the sheriff of the little town.

2 comments:

  1. I probably would have liked FROM, but I just can't watch anything starring Harold Perrineau after his ridiculous rant about racism on Lost. That was one of the most diverse programs on at the time, but somehow he managed to get fired and made it all about racism. He's a freaking clown.

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    1. They all rant about racism to cover up their lack of talent and charisma. Gugu Mbatha Raw just ranted about lack of diversity in England. What freaking diversity? Their history was English not gugumbathan geez.

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