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Netflix has set the premiere date for Ryan Murphy’s “Hollywood,” the first series the streaming service ordered from the prolific producer after signing him to a mega overall deal in February 2018.The seven-episode limited series starring Darren Criss, “Politician” breakout David Corenswet and Jeremy Pope will debut on May 1, Netflix revealed Wednesday.The streaming service also unveiled the key art for the show — which you can view below — and provided us with the official synopsis for “Hollywood,” a project with a plot that has very much been kept under wraps until now.Also Read: 'Halston': See Ewan McGregor Transform Into a Fashion Legend in First Look at Ryan Murphy Netflix Series (Video)Here’s the logline, courtesy of Netflix:A new limited series from Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, “Hollywood” follows a group of aspiring actors and filmmakers in post-World War II Hollywood as they try to make it in Tinseltown — no matter the cost. Each character offers a unique glimpse behind the gilded curtain of Hollywood’s Golden Age, spotlighting the unfair systems and biases across race, gender and sexuality that continue to this day. Provocative and incisive, “Hollywood” exposes and examines decades-old power dynamics, and what the entertainment landscape might look like if they had been dismantled.“Hollywood” stars Corenswet as Jack, Criss as Raymond, Pope as Archie, Laura Harrier as Camille, Samara Weaving as Claire, Dylan McDermott as Ernie, Holland Taylor as Ellen Kincaid, Patti LuPone as Avis, Jim Parsons as Henry Willson, Jake Picking as Rock Hudson, Joe Mantello as Dick, and Maude Apatow as Henrietta.Also Read: 'The Politician's' David Corenswet Loves Ben Platt's Rendition of 'River' Just as Much as You DoThe series is executive produced by Murphy and Brennan, along with Criss, Alexis Martin Woodall and Janet Mock, who also serves as a writer and a director.“Hollywood” may have been the first project Netflix ordered from Murphy after he closed his mega deal — the 20th Century Fox-produced series “The Politcian” and “Ratched” were picked up by the streaming service beforehand — it’s far from the only one on his slate.On the TV side, Murphy is giving Netflix the Ewan McGregor-led limited series “Halston,” a series adaptation of the musical “A Chorus Line,” the second season of “The Politician,” the “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” prequel “Ratched” starring Sarah Paulson, and a docuseries about Andy Warhol.Also Read: Betty Gilpin to Play Ann Coulter on 'Impeachment: American Crime Story'As for his Netflix film projects, Murphy will direct an adaptation of the play “The Boys in the Band” with its starry 2018 Broadway revival cast and produce an adaptation of the Broadway musical “The Prom” starring Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, James Corden, Ariana Grande, Awkwafina, Keegan-Michael Key and Andrew Rannells.See the key art for “Hollywood” below.Read original story Ryan Murphy’s ‘Hollywood’ Gets Premiere Date From Netflix – Read First Plot Details Here At TheWrap
While you may recognise Gwendoline Christie as Brienne of Tarth, one of Westeros’ most fearsome swordmasters in the hit HBO TV show Game of Thrones, the actress is actually something of a fashion icon outside the green room.The gymnast-turned-model-turned-actress has not only made a name for herself in Hollywood, but has become a red carpet sensation over the years thanks to her stand-out looks.And for her latest appearance, she didn’t disappoint.The Game of Thrones actress arrived at the 2019 BFI Film Festival red carpet wearing a hypnotic couture gown as she led the glamour for the opening gala premiere for ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’.The 40-year-old was joined on the red carpet by her co-star, former Slumdog Millionnaire actor Dev Patel.But, all eyes were on Gwendoline as she turned heads wearing a striking Aeriform dress by Iris van Herpen featuring a dramatic ombre effect. The breathtaking dress is from the label’s autumn/winter 2019 couture collection and features an off-the-shoulder neckline, sheer panels and a dramatic ombre effect.Gwendoline styled her structured dress with a pair of red, pointed shoes and wore her blonde hair slicked back. A pop of red lipstick completed the look. It’s not the first time the Game of Thrones star has stolen the show at a red carpet event. Last month, at the 2019 Emmys, the actress wore a glorious Arthurian cream and white Gucci gown which fans hilariously compared to “Jesus”.So, to pay homage to one of our favourite warrior, we’ve compiled some of the actress’ best red carpet looks to date.
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Another year has come to pass and with it some big names in Hollywood.Over the last twelve months we’ve had to say a sad farewell to certain filmmakers and stars who have appeared in some of the world’s favourite films and TV shows.Here’s a look back at some of those famous faces who passed away in 2018.READ MOREHow to a make a killer shark movieDisney’s most bizarre crossoversWreck-It Ralph 2 was nearly very different
The classic saying goes “you should never meet your heroes” and more often than not that is the case.More than a few Hollywood stars are not as nice as their onscreen characters and prefer not to have their personal space invaded by strangers, no matter how many times you watched their last movie at the cinema.However, there are just as many famous people who don’t actually mind taking a selfie or signing an autograph so here are 18 stars you might want to say hello to, or avoid, next time you see them out and about.READ MOREWill Marvel address Hank Pym’s dark past?Cavill thinks M:I6 could land him Bond roleHotel Artemis director paid for props on his credit card
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We’re officially at the midpoint of 2018 and what a year it’s already been for cinema.From Annihilation to A Quiet Place, Coco to Call Me By Your Name, film fans have been inundated with top movies to enjoy but it doesn’t stop there.The next six months are filled with just as many quality releases, but here are 20 that aren’t sequels, remakes or reboots you might want to pop in your calendar.READ MORESam Claflin on YA film genre’s demiseBenicio del Toro on finding his conscience in Sicario 2How to make it as a comic book writer
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