The dialogue-less film follows the major life stages of a castaway on a deserted tropical island populated by turtles, crabs and birds.
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Lydia Tenaglia and Chris Collins talk about their 19 year collaboration with Bourdain and how their show evolved into CNN’s “Parts Unknown.”
As they helped finance 2018 Sundance hit “The Tale,” Jason Van Eman and Ben McConley were allegedly running a scam to bilk millions from would-be investors.
On top of the global success of “Once Upon a Time in America,” the filmmaker is expecting his first child.
It’s all because one of the company’s servers was not protected with a password.
“It’s vital for LGBTQ people to see that we, too, are deserving of love both in reality and on reality television,” said one queer fan.
HBO signing a deal with a high profile creator like Lena Dunham bodes well for the network as the content war continues to rage on.
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Early reviews are mixed for the sequel to Warner Bros.’ smash hit horror film, but critics praise it as “creepy,” “heartfelt,” and “gruesome.”
Although developed as a standalone film, a sequel and DC Universe crossover aren’t completely out of the question.
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Is there any genre these brothers can’t handle? No, there isn’t.