sabato 24 marzo 2018
venerdì 23 marzo 2018
News tratta da "TMZ"
giovedì 22 marzo 2018
News tratta da "Uproxx"
Before hanging out on a sex boat with a lion, Christopher Eccleston played the eponymous Doctor on for all of one season. But what a season! By 2005, the British science-fiction show had been off the air for 16 years (not including the 1996 made-for-television movie), but under the guidance of Russell T. Davies and with strong performances from Eccleston, whose Ninth Doctor was portrayed as more intellectual than his predecessors, and companion Billie Piper, the new was an immediate hit. So, it came as quite the surprise when the actor left after only 13 episodes. Eccleston has remained mostly silent on his exit (other than distancing himself from a statement the BBC — whom he claimed “blacklisted” him — released in his name), but the actor finally opened up in an interview with the . “My relationship with my three immediate superiors – the showrunner, the producer, and co-producer – broke down irreparably during the first block of filming and it never recovered,” he said. “They lost trust in me, and I lost faith and trust and belief in them.” Eccleston explained that his anger “came from my own insecurity. They employed somebody who was not a natural light comedian. [Billie Piper], who we know was and is brilliant, was very, very nervous and very, very inexperienced. You had that, and then you had me. Very, very experienced, possibly the most experienced on it, but out of my comfort zone.”As for why he’s only speaking up now, 13 years after departing, Eccleston revealed a promise he made to Davies. “When I left, I gave my word to Russell T. Davies that I wouldn’t do anything to damage the show,” he said. “But they did things to damage me. I didn’t criticize anybody.” Thankfully, things worked out: found another A+ Time Lord in David Tennant, and Eccleston had a starring role in one of the best dramas of the decade.
mercoledì 21 marzo 2018
News tratta da "Uproxx"
No one, outside of Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos and maybe the company janitor who’s also an undercover hacker knows how popular is, outside of “very.” The company is that guarded about its ratings. So, it’s always a little surprising when specific numbers are attached to any Netflix series, especially the streaming service’s (presumably) biggest hit. According to , the cast is getting a massive pay bump in season three, with the young cast earning 12 times their previous salaries.
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martedì 20 marzo 2018
News tratta da "La Stampa"
Cynthia Nixon, l'attrice premio Emmy che nella parte di Miranda Hobbs ha recitato accanto a Sarah Jessica Parker nel serial Sex and the City, sta «esplorando» la possibilità di sfidare il governatore dello Stato di New York Andrew Cuomo nelle primarie democratiche di settembre. Celebre anche per aver fatto coming-out, la Nixon ha avviato contatti con strateghi democratici, un segnale che lascia intendere la decisione imminente di buttarsi nella mischia. Se eletta nelle elezioni di novembre, Cynthia sarebbe la prima donna e la prima persona gay a diventare governatore di New York. Da tempo impegnata sul fronte della scuola, Nixon ha cominciato a interessarsi dei trasporti pubblici che per Cuomo sono un tallone d'Achille, vista la crisi della metropolitana di New York. «Molti newyorchesi incoraggiano Cynthia a candidarsi e lei sta esplorando la sostenibilità della decisione», ha detto la portavoce Rebecca Capellan.
lunedì 19 marzo 2018
David Tennant, former star of Doctor Who and your dreams about being married to Doctor Who, has signed on to the new HBO series Camping from Girls duo Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner. The actor is set to play Walt, the husband of co-star Jennifer Garner’s Kathryn. The story revolves around Walt’s birthday camping trip, where tension builds, as it often does when people have to sleep outside. Walt’s character is said to be obedient and loving, but also, gasp (!) secretly unhappy. Could it be the tent? The mosquitos? The campfire smoke that seems to be always headed right for your face? The show, based on a 2016 Sky Media series written and directed by Julia Davis, follows a weekend of “tested marriages and woman-on-woman crime” which likely describes any camping trip David Tennant gets invited on.