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Maggie Gyllenhaal (Secretary), Greta Gerwig (Greenberg) and Rhys Ifans (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1) are in talks to star in TV adaptation of Jonathan Frazen’s The Corrections for HBO.
Gyllenhaal is up for the part of Denise Lambert, the talented bisexual young chef and family mediator. Gerwig would play Julia Vrais, middle child and Chip’s married girlfriend and Ifans would play Julia’s Lithuanian husband, Gitnas, in a cameo. Bruce Norris, playwright (Clybourne Park) and theatre actor is in talks to play Banker and amateur photographer, Gary Lambert.
The show, which will be written by Franzen, has already cast Diane Weist and Chris Cooper as Enid and Alfred Lambert. Ewan McGregor has also been casted to play the peter pan like Chip Lambert, the most outwardly screwed up member of the Lambert Family of St. Jude, Missouri.
It is rumored that the show will air in 2013 and will be produced by Scott Rudin (Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.)
If you haven’t heard about HBO’s new show, “Girls,” directed by and starring Lena Dunham, you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past few weeks. It’s been years since we’ve seen so much virtual ink spilled over a television... Read the rest of this post
Lena Dunham, the creator and star of the hyped and critical darling HBO show Girls, spoke to the New York Times about what she likes to read and where she does it. Currently she is reading “Bad Behavior” by Mary Gaitskill (a collection of stories, one of which became the inspiration for the movie Secretary,) Diane Keaton’s memoir and “Having it All” by Helen Gurley Brown, among other things. It’s not surprising how well read Dunham is since it is evident in her writing.
What are your thoughts on Lena’s reading list? Have you watched GIRLS?
§ HBO is developing a half-hour comedy created by Clowes called “The Landlord”, which he’s co-exec producing with John Lesher. The logline: “After inheriting a shabby apartment building in a remote California town, a volatile college professor with Utopian delusions drags his family into the unforgiving netherworld of small-town America.”
Yeah, we can see Ice Haven as an HBO show. The Little Miss Sunshine duo of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris is interested in directing. “We just looked over the script and it’s still very early, but we’re excited by trying to do something in TV, particularly at a place like HBO, where you can have nine hours instead of two,” Dayton told Variety.
Despite being the king of the literary comics world, Clowes has had a fruitful time in Hollywood. In addition to the GHOST WORLD and ART SCHOOL CONFIDENTIAL films, Clowes has been hired to write several screenplays. And of course Alexander Payne, poet laureate of alienated losers, is developing a film based on Clowes’ graphic novel WILSON, the ultimate portrait of an alienated loser. Talk about a perfect match of material. Will they promote it at Comic-Con?
In a talk moderated by guest curator Susan Miller and Senior Curator of Art René de Guzman, Daniel Clowes and Chris Ware will be speaking at OMCA’s James Moore Theater on Friday, July 27, 2012 from 7-8:30pm. Seating will be limited and is expected to fill up quickly.
I’d like to think I’d go kill Hitler or verify the divinity of Christ, but really I’d like to see what my neighbourhood was like when my house was built in 1912. Or perhaps to hang out in Bodega Bay while Hitchcock was shooting The Birds.
Godric and Eric
First look at Eric this episode is him coming into Sookie's bedroom while she is sleeping. Godric appears and tells Eric all humans are good for is feeding. He uses his maker powers to force Eric to drink from Sookie. He soon wakes up in his hide hole, it was all a dream!
Tommy & Sam
We pick up right where we left off with Tommy in a chain leash. He escapes out of it and ends up killing his dad and accidentally killing his Mama. He runs to Sam for help and they transport the body. V-addict Andy stops them and gives Sam a hard time after he sees blood on the van. Tommy turns into a gator and freaks out Andy enough for them to be let go. Sam and Tommy dump the bodies in a lake and throw marshmallows at the water so that gators come up. TB Fun Fact: Gators lurve marshmallows…who knew?
Lafayette and Jesus leave Marnie after she put a rot-spell on Pam, they are freaked out that the vamps are going to come after them soon. Jesus takes Lafayette to his grandfather (who made him kill a goat and lick the blood when he was nine). Jesus thinks he can give them the power to reverse the spells and protect themselves.
Marnie gives a palm reading to Sookie and Gran contacts them. Sookie hears Gran through Marnie and she tells Sookie to get away from the witch and that her situation with Eric is just temporary (hopefully she means temporary brain damage, not their relationship..)
Katarina returns for Marnie and captures her under Bill's request. Bill questions Marnie for Eric's whereabouts and about reversing Pam's rotting spell but she has no idea, even under Bill's glamour.
A small scene with Alcide shows a pissed off werewolf-y guy who is apparently the Shreveport Packmaster. Alcide says he and Debbie want to be free agents but the Packmaster is not happy. Alcide slams the door in his face.
Portia still wants Bill and argues with him about incest (kind of a funny conversation). He glamours her and tells her that she will want to scream and run away whenever she sees him. Another hilarious moment.
Bill has a meeting with other sheriffs in his area and they want to kill the witches. Pam gets worked up and spills about Eric and that he is at Sookie's. Bill is outraged and storms out.
Jason, Jessica, and Hoyt Sandwich..
Jessica puts Jason to bed after giving him some of her blood to heal him. Hoyt is grateful but Jessica pushes him away (sad face). Jason dreams about Jessica because of their blood exchange and he is all for it except that she keeps calling him Hoyt and Hoyt actually appears in the dream, doing some pretty OMG things. Very funny scene. Add a Comment
The episode opens with Katie playing some iPad game when she hears yelling from Marnie's cell. She tries to stop Luis from attacking Marnie but it's just a distraction. Luis (under Marnie/Antonia's spell) makes Katie move the guards so that Antonia can escape. Then he kills her. I never really liked Kat anyways... :)
Switch to Pam facing off with Tara and Naomi. They succeed in peeling off some of Pam's skin and hair but Pam knocks out Naomi and lifts Tara off the ground by her throat. A group of Generation Xers with their cell cameras film Pam, hoping to get a vamp killing a human on video. Pam let's Tara down with the warning that she will kill her at some point. Goodness I hope so! I'm not loving Tara this season...
In Mexico, Jesus's grandfather explains to Jesus and Lafayette that the rattlesnake helped channel Tio Luca to show that Lafayette is a medium. Jesus tells Layfaette that he (Lala) and Marnie are the only mediums he has ever known and he (Lala) needs to channel someone more powerful than Antonia to defeat her.
Alcide and Debbie get initiated into the Shreveport pack via blood smeared on their foreheads. Alcide is not as happy as Debbie is (and she is slowly reverting back to her white-trashness). Debbie is upset that Alcide is worried about Sookie during the full moon but cocedes to help her. They stumble upon a very naked Sookie and Eric doing the nasty in the middle of the woods. Poor Alcide..
Luis goes to Bill in his office and starts blabbing about how he made a 'terrible mistake' and relays a message from Antonia, and proceeds to shoot Bill with Kat's gun. Bill gets hit but manages to get his own gun and shoot Luis. They fight over the fancy schmancy stake and Luis pushes the stake into his own heart and gives the message "Resurrection". Dayum 2 deaths in 10 minutes!
Tara breaks up with Naomi because she wants to protect her lover from her effed up life. She watches Naomi drive away and sobs.
Hoyt comes over to Jason's and talks about his non-werepantherness and how sad he is about Jessica…yadda yadda. And apparently sloppy joe's can fix even the most downtrodden southern man.
Bill has a Daddy-Daughter talk with Jessica about Antonia. He tells her that Antonia wants all vamps to meet the sun, yadda yadda. Bill meets with the other sheriffs and gives the 411. He gives them the option to leave Louisiana or chain themselves with silver. Apparantly Bil put his Big Boy King pants on this morning!
Sookie and Eric bust into Sookie's house and they bang bang all over it. They have some cuddle time after where Eric listens to Sookie's heartbeat (ADORABLE!). Eric asks Sookie if she will still want him when his memories come back and she says she 'hopes so' (
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Jason jumps through the front door and saves Jessica before she is burned by the sunlight. She attacks him but he ends up getting the door shut in time. They wrestle for a bit until Marnie stops the chanting. Jessica comes back out of her craze and kisses Jason. She apologizes but he reaches up to kiss her back. Bill is screaming for Jessica from the basement and Jason carries her down. She is upset about killing Buckey and Bill informs her that his family will be compensated. Bill informs Jason that the witches might start up again so he needs to chain Jessica once more until it is dark out. Jason tries to soothe Jessica and Bill interrupts them and tells Jason they need their rest. Also he tells Jason not to document Buckey's death, Jason agrees with the promise that Bill not get him in trouble by telling anyone about the guard he shot (in the shoulder) outside.
Marcus has a meeting with the Pack about the witch/vampire fiasco. He tells the were's to stay out of it. A pup gets out of line and Marcus shuts him down. Alcide asks Debbie if she said anything and she says no.
Sam goes over to Luna's to apologize again for Tommy. He tells her that Tommy was abused his whole life and he killed his parents. Luna eventually forgives him and invites him in to help with lunch, but Emma wants a playmate instead.
Sookie pulls the silver off Eric and he shouts curses at her in another language. His wounds are not healing since he hasn't fed in a while. Sookie offers her blood. He makes sure she is serious and then tells her to keep silver nearby incase he oversteps his boundaries. He feeds off her and then he offers his blood so they can be one.
Jessica goes home to break up with Hoyt, and he cries like a baby and tells her that he can't live without her. During his meltdown she slams his head and kills him. Jason waits for Jessica in his truck and is turned on by the blood all over her face. He wants her to jump his bones and bite him at the same time. Jessica then wakes from her dream (gotcha) in Bill's basement when a human donor arrives in her cell to help her heal.
Jason and Andy are at Beula Carter's vampire remains. Andy relapses and almost sucks up her blood from the ground. Jason tries to snap him out of it. Hoyt's mother is at the scene talking to a reporter when Bill arrives and glamours the reporter into letting him give a statement about how Beula committed suicide.
Sookie and Eric are in the shower, high off each others blood. Sookie goes to turn on the water and it begins to snow inside the house. They pull the curtain to show a snowy forest with a fur covered bed. The
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No one storyline is ever not important in True Blood but I am going to change the format slightly for this recap. The major conflict was Marnie versus the vamps and that is what I am going to focus the majority of the post on.
Sam and Alcide are still in the bike shop and they threaten the other Were but he is not budging. Luna comes in and yells at the guy because Marcus took Emma out of school without telling her. Sam tells Luna that Marcus killed Tommy.
Meanwhile, at Alcide's, Debbie (in very little clothing) is with Marcus. He wants her to leave with him and Emma but she refuses because she loves Alcide. He wants to know why she is with him then and she says because Alcide has been unfaithful.
Emma calls Luna and Alcide recognizes the number as his own, they hurry off to save her. At Alcides, Sam and Alcide go into the bedroom and Alcide freaks out on Debbie. Sam tells Marcus he will kill him without shifting. They wrestle for a bit and Sam is on the winning side but he wants Marcus to live with his decision. Marcus attacks when Sam is turned and Alcide crushes his windpipe and Marcus dies. Debbie freaks out and Alcide disowns her.
Andy & the Fairy
Andy is still on his way home when he sees a light ball in the forest. A woman (presumably fey) comes out from it and feels threatened, she light beams him to the ground. When Andy comes to, the fairy woman tells him that if she is going to make love to him he needs to swear on the light to protect her. She pulls some E.T. trick with her finger and Andy swears. Afterwards, Andy arrives at home and Arlene is there worried sick. He tells her what happened and she thinks that it is residual from the V. She tells him that his real life is better than his made-up one and he needs to be grateful for that.
The four vamps (Eric, Bill, Pam, and Jessica) are about to blow up Moon Goddess Emporium. Sookie tries to convince Marnie that they will all die unless they leave since the vamps do plan on taking the place down. Roy tells the witches they can't leave and Marnie disagrees, she throws a knife on the ground and tells anyone who wants to leave they can with the protection of the knife. One of the witches attempts to go but Marnie magic's the knife and stabs the girl in the stomach.
Marnie freaks out a bit and in the words of Lafayette, "puked a b*tch out". Antonia tells Marnie she wants to leave because she murdered one of their own. Marnie is not having it and she binds Antonia to her. Jesus informs the other witches that now they are in light terms, screwed
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The TV industry is under attack, with Xbox Live nailing down deals with Verizon, Comcast, HBO, Crackle, and more (hoping to entice users to the console platform with TV content. Speaking of disrupting TV, popular music platform Spotify is teaming up... Read the rest of this post
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Even though author Charlaine Harris will be ending the Southern Vampire novels, True Blood fans need not fret. Publisher IDW and HBO have announced that they will be adapting True Blood for an ongoing comic book series.
HBO show creator Alan Ball gave this statement in the release: “With this new ongoing series, Truebies will be able to find a new comic in stores every month. We’ll also have even more room to create in-depth drama and further explore the world of Bon Temps.”
The first issue of the new series is slated for release in spring 2012. So far, IDW has published three True Blood series: All Together Now, Tainted Love and The French Quarter.
You’ve described yourself as a native of South New Jersey. What drew you to writing the history of Atlantic City?
When I was growing up in the 1960s and 1970s in Vineland, Philly was not the place that drew us; it was more Atlantic City. That was where we went for splurge meals, special occasions, amusement parks, parades, and shopping. In fact, that’s where I got my bar mitzvah suit! Years later, my family moved just outside of Atlantic City and I watched, while riding my bike in the morning on the Boardwalk, as gambling woke the place up and irrevocably transformed it. I was transfixed by the city, by people’s nostalgia for it, by its nervous energy, and its aching sadness and painful poverty in the midst of plenty. Really, it had everything I wanted to write about it – it was like a Springsteen song, a place that could be mean and cruel, but a place of romance and possible redemption. How could I resist?
Compared to places like Las Vegas or Coney Island in its heyday, how did/does Atlantic City epitomize the urban playground?
All of these places share something in common – they are each the tale of two cities. They are places built in the interests of visitors, not necessarily residents; they sell (or sold) fantasies – fantasies that put tourists as the center of the narrative and allowed them to slip their daily skin and imagine themselves not as they were, but as they wanted to be. That is what people paid for when they went these places – they paid for fantasies.
As you researched the book, what memorable anecdotes did you come across that really captured the heart and history of Atlantic City?
One of the first things I learned about Atlantic City stayed with me throughout the project. I remember looking at a postcard from the 1920s or so. In it, the benches on the Boardwalk were pointed away from the beach. I asked if this was a mistake. “No” an expert on the city told me, “That’s how it was.” That was my first lesson that Atlantic City was essentially a stage and the visitors were both actors and audience.
You’ve been interviewed for a documentary that’s set to run in conjunction with the HBO series, Boardwalk Empire. What do you make of the series’ take on Atlantic City, and what to your mind does it say about public perception of the city?
If the show is a success, it will no doubt draw tourists to town, looking for the romantic, if still violent, past the program surely mythologizes. Yet the real Atlantic City Boardwalk of today has little relationship to the past except its common geography. Most of the dreamlike hotels – buildings that looked like French chateaux and Moorish palaces – have been torn down. The amusement piers are long gone or covered up and turned into air-conditioned malls. The crowds of people dressed in their Sunday – really their sleek and elegant Saturday night best – have been replaced by people in t-shirts and flip flops. Except for the ocean and
Michael Chabon (pictured, via) and Ayelet Waldman will collaborate on an HBO drama called Hobgoblin.
Here’s more from Variety: “[It is] an offbeat drama project at HBO that revolves around a motley group of conmen and magicians who use their skills at deception to battle Hitler and his forces during WWII.”
The married couple will write the script and act as executive producers together. This endeavor marks the first time the two have worked together as professionals.
The menu includes rabbit, squab cooked in sweet wine, and a head cheese dish. Colicchio told Jacket Copy he did his homework for the menu: “These are things that are right out of the book. Every night we’ll have lemon cakes out on the truck … If I really could do it, I would have whole goats roasting on a spit.”
The video embedded above features Colicchio preparing some of the Game of Thrones menu items. Bibliophiles and foodies can find the truck in New York City from March 28th to April 1st and in Los Angeles from April 4th to April 8th. HBO will air the series starting April 17th.
This week the New Yorker published a profile of fantasy novelist George R. R. Martin–exploring his relationship with his online fans (and detractors).
Here’s an excerpt from the online abstract: “An entire community of apostates—a shadow fandom—is now devoted to taunting Martin, his associates, and readers who insist that he has been hard at work on the series and has the right to take as much time as he needs. The online attacks on Martin suggest that some readers have a new idea about what an author owes them. They see themselves as customers, not devotees, and they expect prompt, consistent service.”
On April 17th, HBO will unveil a televised adaptation of Martin’s Game of Thrones (with some violent content). Above, we’ve embedded a sneak preview of the first 15 minutes of the series. What do you think?
Neil Gaiman‘s American Godscould be coming as an HBO series. The cable company is discussing the acquisition of the fantasy novel with Gaiman and his collaborators.
Here’s more from Deadline: “The project was brought to HBO by Playtone partners Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman, and it was brought to them by Robert Richardson. The plan is for Richardson and Gaiman to write the pilot together.”
In 2002, American Gods won the Hugo, Nebula, and Bram Stoker awards in the Best Novel category. Last year, American Gods was voted as the title to kick off the One Book, One Twitter program.
How real is the HBO series Treme? Here John Swenson reflects on what it was like watching the first season as a resident of New Orleans (he has yet to comment on the second, which premiered last night), as well as what the culture of the city means to its people.
A friend of mine got me hooked on the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris and also True Blood. I am catching up on all the books and I bought all the seasons of TB thus far. I am in love with both stories and I am dying for Season 4 of TB to start on June 26th.
I decided to do episode recaps as they come out so please join me Mondays after each new episode and discuss your thoughts about each episode. Obviously there will be spoilers, just to warn you.
For those suffering from TB Withdrawl like me, check out the first six minutes of Episode 4.01 and a TB trailer.
The final preview of the first episode of Season Four came up on HBO GO. In the extra two minutes, Sookie and Grandaddy Earl are running from the fey and Queen Mab. We (possibly) meet Claude, Claudine's brother (not as hot as the books convey…). And it ends on such a cliffhanger (pun intended). Can't wait for June 26th!!
Author Neil Gaiman hopes to write a sequel to his novel, American Gods. According to an interview with MTV News, the novelist has a “boxful of stuff” he would include in the sequel.
Gaiman told explained: “The first book was very much about the grifters and the lowlifes, and you don’t really get to see much of the new gods and you don’t really get a sense of those gods who are doing incredibly well in America. In the second book, I definitely want to go into both of those things.”
Gaiman (pictured, via) released the 10th anniversary edition of American Gods on June 21st. This edition (the author’s preferred text version) contains 12,000 additional words–expanded chapters, essays and interviews.
For those who were fortunate enough to see Episode 4.02 via HBOGO are going to say "old hat" to this recap, but I am not one of the fortunate ones so I had to see it for myself this week. (Boo Cablevision!)
We pick up from last week where Eric and Sookie were discussing how Eric bought her house. He tells her that she needs protection because Sookie "Tastes like freedom" and "Your blood is like sunshine in a pretty blonde bottle" or something like that. How sweet! He wants to protect her but she is not having any of that since she thinks he just wants to bang her. I love Eric's comment about Fairy-Sookie being "saucy". Cracked me up!
Sookie heads to Bill's house where she interrupts Bill and Katie adjusting their clothing (more on that later). She tells Bill that Eric bought her house and she wants him to do something about it, or possibly not, she tells him that every time she wants to know something, she ends up regretting knowing it.
Sook goes to Fangtasia to meet with Eric but he is not there. She talks to Pam trying to get her on her side but not possible when Eric is Pam's Daddy. Love her line, "Too bad, he gives good string." Typical Pam.
After Sookie leaves, Bill flashes back to the 1980's where he was in London and fed off a bartender. He let the man go and glamoured him so he wouldn't remember what happened. In pops Nan Flanigan and wants to recruit Bill for the fight for Vampire rights. Louis Pasteur is a vamp apparently, and she tells Bill they are working on a synthetic blood so that they can come out of the coffin soon. He joins in. Later he flashes to the confrontation with Sophie Ann and they fight for a few minutes then human soliders come in and shoot her with wooden/silver bullets and kabloom she explodes. Poor Sophie Ann I really liked her. Nan comes in and promotes Bill to King of Louisiana. Nan asks about Sookie and Bill tells her that Sophie Ann was obsessed with Sook for no reason. At least he did something good for Sook..
Later, Bill summons Sheriff Eric and asks him to sell back the house to Sookie. Eric (of course) refuses. Bill also tells him that there is a new coven in town and they are necromancers. Eric takes this personally and chooses to handle the situation. I loved the little bow he did, hilarious!
Sookie and Tara
Sookie gets out of her car and has major "Fey are chasing me" flashback, screams, and drops her groceries. Hope there weren't any eggs in there. Turns out it was just Tara sneaking up on her. They say their hellos and catch up for a moment before going inside. Sook sees her door is fixed, a new microwave, and a carafe of blood in the fridge. Love her line about Eric being a frat boy. Then she finds a lovely new armoire but opens it to see Eric's new sleeping hidey-hole. LOVE her reaction.
Arlene and demon baby
Arlene grows genuinely afraid of her new baby and when she is looking at him she bursts a blood vessel in her eye. Ouch. She freaks out and runs out. Terry is so adorable with the demon baby, gotta love him!
Sookie, Eric, and Alcide (Triangle? hmmm..)
We start off where the last episode ended. Eric gets drunk off Claudine and falls over (HILARIOUS). He jumps up and pinches Sookie's bum several times. She tells him to come inside it's almost dawn and he tells her to 'catch him' and he runs away.
Sookie enlists the help of Alcide to help find Eric. He changes (holy hell is his body hotter than last season, if that is possible) and he sniffs out Eric to a nearby pond. Eric is swimming in daylight (from an excess of fairy blood) and wants Sookie to join him. He starts to smoke and Sookie and Alcide bring him in.
Sook brings Eric to his hidey-hole and tells him to go to bed. He wants her to stay with him but she refuses. Alcide and Sookie talk about her situation with Eric she compares it to his with Debbie, he concedes and they hug (awww) and he leaves.
Alcide & Debbie
There was a quick scene with Alcide and Debbie. She asked him if he shifted that day and he told her he was helping Sookie. She said she wasn't mad but I am starting to see the old Debbie Pelt in there waiting to come out!
Bill demands that Pam tell him where Eric is and she says she has no idea, but will let him know when she does. Later he speaks to Nan and she is not happy that Bill sent Eric after the Wiccans. Later he visits with Portia, Andy, and Grandma Bellefleur. Andy is not too pleased. Bill and Grandma talk about families and realize their connection to each other, they are related. Bill tells Portia he can't see her anymore because of that. Good decision #1 as King Bill.
Bill seeks out Sookie and demands that his guards search her house since Eric owns it. She tells him to trust her and he folds.
Poor Jason! His first shot of the episode is him being raped by a random Hotshot girl. Then the next one comes in and she's like thirteen. He pleads with her to let him go and she does. He runs away but Felton catches on quickly and changes to chase him. Jason kills him (finally!) and Crystal is happy. She watches Jason run away telling him that she will see him at the next full moon. Jason falls near the road where Jessica and Hoyt find him. Jessica offers some vamp blood to him.
Sam and Luna
Sam stops by Luna's house and she is not happy. We discover that she had been hiding the fact she has a daughter. Sam tells her that he loves kids and doesn't care. She also tells him that the baby Daddy is a werewolf and he can get crazy. Poor Sam.
Terry leaves Demon baby alone for a minute and it writes on the wall via red crayon: "Baby not yours". Creepy huh? The whole family freaks out.