Rami Malek says the Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" feels "very fluid and cohesive," despite the firing of director Bryan Singer with only two weeks of principal photography left to go.
"Mr. Robot" star Rami Malek responds to the recent news that his hit show will end next year, after only four seasons.
There’s plenty of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” and “We Will Rock You” in the new trailer for the Freddie Mercury biopic.
The actor is virtually unrecognizable as the band's iconic frontman in a clip featuring a mashup of greatest hits and craziest moments.
Director Bryan Singer posted a new behind-the-scenes pic of Malek in character as the iconic rocker, and the resemblance is amazing.
"The People v. O.J. Simpson" actress Sarah Paulson brought real-life counterpart Marcia Clark. Sophie Turner brought a brand-new arm tattoo in pink ink.
Emmys: Who Will Win A couple of days ago, I gave you my selections for who I think should win the Emmys in the major categories on Sunday night. Today, I give who I think will win, based on guesswork informed by historical patterns of how Emmy voters tend to think in casting their ballots. So if you have an office pool and want to be sure to win it… well, take a look at my picks, then go back and look at my should-wins, and decide for yourself. I’m confident in my choices, but I wouldn’t want you to lose money, either.
The Emmys: Who Should Win Note the phrasing here: These are picks for who I think should win the Emmy awards that will be handed out on Sunday night. (I’ll do a Who Will Win predictive column on Thursday.) This year, it’s frequently going to come down to Old(er) Pro versus New Blood in many categories. Compare your “should”—who you think deserves to win, versus who will win based on everything you know about Emmy awards past—to my hopes and dreams.
Foremost was The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, the FX show that was nominated in the limited series category, as well as scoring nominations for Sarah Paulson (who was also nominated as a supporting actress in American Horror Story: Hotel) and Courtney B. Vance. After too many seasons of neglect, another FX show, The Americans, finally got some of the attention it deserved as the show was nominated not only in the drama category, but also co-stars and real-life couple Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell were nominated as well.
Opting to cash in on a little of that enthusiastic goodwill he accumulated from Mr. Robot’s fascinating, often exciting, always imaginative first season, show creator Sam Esmail places a large bet in the two-part second-season premiere on Wednesday night: He gives us a Mr. Robot that’s almost as paralyzed as the world economy that Rami Malek’s Elliot crashed in the first-season finale.
Fresh off their big wins at the Golden Globes, the cast and creator of USA’s Mr. Robot were on hand at the Television Critics Association press tour to offer a tiny peek at Season 2… and some friendly advice about changing your passwords.
Rami Malek’s star is on the rise, but his dear old mom is seeing to it that he remains humble. The Mr. Robot star brought his mother as his plus-one to Sunday’s Golden Globes, where he was nominated in the best actor in a TV drama category. Malek continued, “I was like, ‘OK, Mom, you can meet Jon Hamm.
While star Rami Malek has to keep mum on what lies ahead for his socially maladjusted computer specialist/hacker Elliot, we did get him to dish about our second favorite character introduced in the pilot — Elliot’s new dog, Flipper. “So there are times when I’m filming when I’m like, ‘Dusty! Dusty!’ to get her to do what I need her to do,” Malek says.