'Rise of Skywalker' director JJ Abrams will continue to produce the rebooted series under his Bad Robot banner, with Hawley also acting as producer.
Natalie Portman, Jon Hamm and director Noah Hawley talk about "Lucy in the Sky" and the pervasiveness of sexism in the space industry.
It has long been claimed that Nowak was wearing an adult diaper for her frenzied ride, but her lawyers denied it and the diaper was ultimately left out of the film. However, according to Portman, people are really mad about that.
"Fargo" Season 4 has cast Uzo Aduba, Variety has confirmed. She joins previously announced cast member Chris Rock, who will lead the upcoming season of the critically-acclaimed FX series. The exact nature of Aduba's role is being kept under wraps at this time. Aduba is best known for her role in the Netflix series "Orange […]
While the storyline is fictional, the movie is loosely based on the so-called "astronaut love triangle" in 2007.
'Legion' creator Noah Hawley made announcement at TV show's San Diego Comic-Con panel; the character is the chief antagonist of Marvel's Fantastic Four
Let’s begin with the 1996 movie: Fargo, written and directed by the Coen Brothers, began in the winter of 1987 and followed the foolhardy scheming of Jerry Lundegaard to hold his own wife for a ransom from his rich father-in-law. In 2014, Fargo returned as a TV series that seemed loosely connected to the original movie, telling a similar tale of a crime gone wrong, until in a flashback we see where the Supermarket King of Minnesota came upon his riches… a briefcase on the side of the road. The 2006-set story also follows the cops investigating the crime, including the long in the tooth State Trooper, Lou Solverson.
Legion is being billed as FX’s first foray into comic-book television, but based on a 25-minute preview presentation that screened at New York Comic Con, you’d be forgiven for thinking this is Noah Hawley’s version of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest with a dash of 12 Monkeys thrown in. Here’s what we do know: Legion is the name of a popular X-Men character who has been part of comic-book continuity for over three decades. Originally introduced in 1985, his actual name is David Charles Haller and he’s the son of none other than Professor Charles Xavier, the founder and mentor of the X-Men.