Molly Bloom was an Olympic-class skier before she became the go-to for the world’s highest stakes poker game – for a decade before being arrested in the middle of the night. By 17 FBI agents with automatic weapons.
Jessica Chastain is Molly Bloom and Idris Elba is her defense lawyer, Charlie Jaffey in Molly’ Game – in theaters on November 22nd.
Continue reading It’s All I’ve Got Left Trailer: Molly’s Game!
Alex Baldwin has been cast as Col. Nathan Jessop in NBC’s upcoming live A Few Good Men – written by Emmy and Oscar-winner Aaron Sorkin, who will adapt his own play for the broadcast.
A Few Good Men will air during the second quarter of 2018.
Continue reading Alex Baldwin Can Handle the Truth in ABC’s A Few Good Men!
It looks like we’re getting the warts-and-all Steve Jobs biopic that we didn’t get last time – courtesy of writer Aaron Sorkin and director Danny Boyle.
Starring Michael Fassbender, Seth Rogen, Kate Winselt and Jeff Daniels, Steve Jobs is a look behind the scenes at three iconic moments in Jobs’ career – and pivotal launches in Apple’s history.
Check out the trailer after the jump. Steve Jobs enters on October 9th.
Continue reading Genius Trailer: Steve Jobs!
One of the interesting things about Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom is that- love it or hate it – it is always fluid: characters come, go, evolve. In season two, there are a number of new characters who are involved in what will be a continuing arc that revolves around a story that goes horribly wrong.
Check out characters played by Marcia Gay Harden (Law & Order: SVU), Hamish Linklater (The Good Wife), Grace Gummer (Zero Hour) and Constance Zimmer (Entourage) after the jump.The Newsroom returns to HBO on Sunday, July 14th.
Continue reading Video: Meet The Newsroom’s New Additions!
When The Newsroom returns to HBO, things will look pretty grim for the ACN news team. Check out the latest trailer following the jump.
The Newsroom returns on July 14th.
Continue reading Trailer: The Newsroom–Will Will McAvoy Lose His Job?
I’m not quite sure what this new teaser for Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom is saying. Is Will McAvoy a journalistic voice in the wilderness? Is the team in the newsroom alone against the world? Are they Alone Together, Naturally? Whatever the case, it is a lovely piece of work as it stands. Alone.
Check it out following the jump. The Newsroom returns to HBO July 14th at 10/9C.
Continue reading The Newsroom–Stuck in the Desert. Alone. Together.
People either loved or hated season one of Aaron Sorkin’s The Newroom – for exactly the same things (Sorkin’s use of the past to sermonize; prickly relationships; the detail of the show; the accuracies/inaccuracies of the behind-the scenes/workplace stuff, etc.). When it returns to HBO for a second season on July 14th, it will undoubtedly continue to polarize watchers.
Check out the first full-length Season Two trailer following the jump.
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Aaron Sorkin’s new HBO series, The Newsroom – premiering June 24th, looks to be smart, funny, dramatic and, quite possibly, touching. With each successive trailer, HBO reveals just a bit more of the show’s depth and I am definitely looking forward to seeing if it lives up to those excellent trailers.
The newest trailer is above, but both earlier trailers can be found following the jump. Check them out.
Continue reading The Newsroom: The More I See The More I Like It!
At one point in Moneyball, Oakland Athletics’ General Manager Billy Beane says words to the effect that, unless you win the last game of the season, nobody cares. Today’s game says that’s one of the few times he got it wrong.
Continue reading Moneyball: Conventional Wisdom Isn’t!
It’s a tale of sound and fury; friendship betrayed; money and the internet. The social Network may be the story of how Mark Zuckerberg created Facebook, but it has Shakespearean range and moves like a Jason Bourne movie.
Continue reading The Social Network – Internet Innovation as a High-Tech Thriller!