Despite a global pandemic, there was still a major influx of talent on screens in 2020.
Andy Samberg's "Palm Springs" has just broken the record for the biggest sale in the history of the Sundance Film Festival -- by $0.69. A joint announcement on Monday from Hulu and indie distributor Neon confirmed the existential comedy was purchased for $17,500,000.69 in a sale brokered by UTA Independent Film Group. That figure exceeds […]
<a href="https://deadline.com/tag/amazon/" id="auto-tag_amazon">Amazon</a> Studios has set an all-star cast for <em><a href="https://deadline.com/tag/modern-love/" id="auto-tag_modern-love">Modern Love</a></em>, its highly-anticipated straight-to-series half-hour romantic comedy anthology based on the popular <em>New York Times</em> column about love and human connection. Academy Award winner <a href="https://deadline.com/tag/anne-hathaway/" id="auto-tag_anne-hathaway">Anne Hathaway</a> (<em>Ocean's Eight)</em>, Emmy Award winner <a href="https://deadline.com/tag/tina-fey/" id="auto-tag_tina-fey">Tina Fey</a> (<em>30 Rock)</em>, Emmy Award nominee John Slattery (<em>Mad Men)</em>, Academy Award nominee Dev Patel (<em>Lion),</em> Academy Award nominee Catherine Keener <em>(Get Out),</em> Academy Award nominee Andy Garcia (<em>Ocean's…</em>
Dr. Phil was on "The Late Late Show" and had a brief conversation about mental health, or, more specifically, the mental health of one person: Kanye West.
We mean this in the most respectful way: Cristin Milioti, what rock have you been living under? The actress, who stars in the second season of FX’s Fargo, joined her castmates in a PaleyFest New York panel Friday night, in which she revealed she had not only never seen an episode of co-star Ted Danson’s signature series Cheers, but she’d never even heard of the classic sitcom. OK, Cheers aired from 1982-1993, and Milioti wasn’t even born until 1985, so… no, no, it still doesn’t make sense how anyone who has grown up in America in the last 30 years would not have even heard of Cheers. Related: 8 Coen Brothers Easter Eggs We Spotted in the ‘Fargo’ Season 2 Premiere But it actually gets worse.
Related: Ken Tucker Reviews the New Season of ‘Fargo’ Let’s play detective and examine tonight’s Season 2 premiere to determine what we liked (a lot), what we didn’t like (not very much), and the burning questions we’re looking forward to seeing the rest of the season answer. What We Liked: First off, this season looks great, visually. Yes, Season 2 is technically a prequel, with Molly’s state trooper dad Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson) investigating a grisly triple homicide at a local Waffle Hut.