Aquarius opens this weekend, exclusively, at the Angelika Mosiac . The film was a Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or nominee and many are saying it’s star Sônia Braga (Kiss of the Spider Woman) is a lock for an Oscar Nomination. The movie tells the story of a Brazillion woman who stands in the way of the gentrification of her neighborhood. Business are coming and she’s standing in the way of “progress,” by refusing to sell her Condo to a big development company. Check out this beautiful trailer.
The David Duchovny sixties drama Aquarius has been given a second order by NBC.
The series was the subject of a programming experiment by NBC – after the series premiere aired on the network, the full thirteen-episode season was made available online for one month.
Between those who binge-watched the entire series online and those who watched it unfold in the usual weekly manner, Aquarius impressed the network programmers enough to warrant a second season. For more, follow the jump.
Fir the first time, a major network is trying the digital model on for size. Following its two-hour premiere on NBC, the network will offer all thirteen episodes of David Duchovny’s new series, Aquarius, available online.
Aquarius is the story of an old school homicide detective (Duchovny) and the young undercover cop (Grey Damon) whose search for a missing girl leads them into the path of Charles Manson.
Aquarius premieres on NBC on May 28th. The show’s thirteen episodes will then be available online at NBC.com and on the NBC app for four weeks – while the show’s episodes are released weekly on the network. For more, follow the jump.
Well, we now know what David Duchovny is doing after Californication. NBC has ordered Aquarius, a thirteen-episode vehicle for Duchovny, who will play a police sergeant with a complicated personal life in late 1960s. He and his young partner are tracking a ‘small-time criminal and budding cult leader’ – who turns out to be Charles Manson!
Check out the press release, after the jump, for more details.