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While the Star Wars saga is generally a lighthearted intergalactic fairy tale, the series has plenty of scary moments: Luke’s creepy Force vision in The Empire Strikes Back, Anakin slaughtering a room full of children in Revenge of the Sith, Darth Vader’s lightsaber illuminating a hallway at the end of Rogue One.

RELATED: 10 Star Wars Actors Who Deserved Bigger Roles

From Ewan McGregor’s sequel to The Shining to Christopher Lee’s legendary history of Hammer Horror classics, the actors of Star Wars have appeared in a few straightforward horror films outside a galaxy far, far away.


10 Harrison Ford – What Lies Beneath (2000)

Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer in What Lies Beneath

After tackling time travel in Back to the Future and 20th-century American history in Forrest Gump, director Robert Zemeckis took a crack at supernatural horror with 2000’s What Lies Beneath.

Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford, stars alongside Michelle Pfeiffer as a married couple who realize their house is haunted. The beauty of Zemeckis’ movie is that the ghosts in the house are just a metaphor for the fractures in the couple’s marriage.

9 Ewan McGregor – Doctor Sleep (2019)

Danny Torrance sees Redrum in Doctor Sleep.

As if the pressure of adapting the work of Stephen King wasn’t immense enough, Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep also serves as a sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s widely acclaimed movie version of The Shining.

Against all odds, the 2019 horror gem manages to succeed on both counts, meeting King and Kubrick’s opposing visions of the Torrance tragedy halfway. Ewan McGregor plays an adult Danny Torrance contending with a cult targeting kids who have “the shining.”

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

8 Peter Cushing & Christopher Lee – The Curse Of Frankenstein (1957)

Peter Cushing stares intensely at the camera in Curse of Frankenstein.

Peter Cushing, known to Star Wars fans as Grand Moff Tarkin, and Christopher Lee, known to Star Wars fans as Count Dooku, were both legends of horror cinema long before they went to a galaxy far, far away. One of the many Hammer Horror classics that co-starred Cushing and Lee was 1957’s The Curse of Frankenstein, part of the studio’s British reinvention of the Universal Monsters series.

Directed by Terence Fisher, one of Hammer’s go-to filmmakers, The Curse of Frankenstein stars the brooding Cushing as Victor Frankenstein and the towering Lee as “the Creature.” With bright-red blood, this movie is widely regarded to be the first mainstream horror film with true depictions of gore.

7 Carrie Fisher – The ‘Burbs (1989)

Tom Hanks and Carrie Fisher in The Burbs

Joe dante’s The ‘Burbs is a hilarious satire of eccentric suburbanites through the lens of horror-comedy. Tom Hanks stars as a workaholic husband and father who spends his week off at home.

RELATED: 10 Carrie Fisher Quotes To Remember Her By

He might be noticing murders and paranormal activity in his neighborhood – or he could just be dangerously bored. Carrie Fisher gives a great supporting turn as Hanks’ wife.

6 Alec Guinness – Mute Witness (1995)

Alec Guinness as The Reaper in Mute Witness

Alec Guinness, best known as Ben Kenobi, gave a subversively sinister performance in 1995’s Mute Witness as “The Reaper,” the unscrupulous financier of the snuff ring. The movie follows an American makeup artist working on a gruesome slasher film in Moscow. After witnessing a murder on the set of a snuff film, she’s targeted by The Reaper’s nefarious henchmen.

Mute Witness is a grisly, twisty crime story akin to the Coen brothers’ debut feature Blood Simple, with the minimalist genre thrills of John Carpenter’s Halloween.

5 Joel Edgerton – It Comes At Night (2017)

Joel Edgerton in It Comes At Night

The younger version of Uncle Owen, Joel Edgerton, gave a breathtaking performance in Trey Edward Shults’ “elevated horror” gem It Comes at Night. He plays a husband and father trying to keep his family safe during the outbreak of a mysterious plague. When another family shows up looking for shelter, he’s not sure if they can be trusted.

This movie has the themes of a zombie movie – mistrust, social collapse, survival instincts, etc. – but without the standard flesh-eating. What the audience doesn’t see is much scarier than what they do see.

4 Natalie Portman – Black Swan (2010)

Natalie Portman in Black Swan

Darren Aronofsky swept the Oscars with his harrowing psychological thriller Black Swan. After tackling wrestling, the epitome of low art, in his previous movie The Wrestler, Aronofsky tackled the epitome of high art: ballet.

Five years after her final performance as Padmé Amidala, Natalie Portman won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her powerful performance as a disturbed ballerina being haunted by a doppelganger in Black Swan.

3 Laura Dern – Blue Velvet (1986)

Laura Dern joined the Star Wars universe in the role of Vice Admiral Holdo in The Last Jedi. Throughout her decades-long career, Dern has worked with such acclaimed filmmakers as Steven Spielberg, Greta Gerwig, Peter Bogdanovich – and, on several occasions, David Lynch.

RELATED: 10 Ways Blue Velvet Is David Lynch’s Masterpiece

She played the supporting role of Sandy in Blue Velvet, the haunting pinnacle of Lynch’s surreal vision of Americana. Sandy represents the safe, secure suburbia that Jeffrey leaves behind when he’s drawn into the underworld ruled by Dennis Hopper’s Frank Booth, one of the most sadistic and horrifying villains in movie history.

2 Christopher Lee & Peter Cushing – Dracula (1958)

Christopher lee as Count Dracula in 1953

A year after revamping Universal’s Frankenstein movie for British audiences, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing reunited with director Terence Fisher to continue their gritty, gory reimagining of Universal Monsters classics with a new version of Dracula.

1958’s Dracula is a sumptuous vision of gothic horror and one of the most visually engaging adaptations of the Bram Stoker classic. This was the first of many Hammer Horror films starring Lee as Count Dracula and Peter Cushing as his arch-nemesis, Van Helsing.

1 Max Von Sydow – The Exorcist (1973)

Max Von Sydow in The Exorcist.

Easily the greatest and most iconic horror movie featuring a Star Wars actor is William Friedkin’s The Exorcist. Decades before Max von Sydow had a cameo role in the opening scene of The Force Awakens as Lor San Tekka, a fearless Jakku resident who stands up to Kylo Ren, he starred in The Exorcist as Father Lankester Merrin.

The movie follows a concerned mother hiring two priests to exorcize the demon from her 12-year-old daughter. The hype surrounding the movie’s sheer sense of terror made it a cultural phenomenon and, at the time, the highest-grossing horror movie ever made.

NEXT: 10 Excellent Horror Movies Starring Your Favorite MCU Actors

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) [summary] => While the Star Wars saga is generally a lighthearted intergalactic fairy tale, the series has plenty of scary moments: Luke’s creepy Force vision in The Empire Strikes Back, Anakin slaughtering a room full of children in Revenge of the Sith, Darth Vader’s lightsaber illuminating a hallway at the end of Rogue One. RELATED: 10 Star Wars ... Read more [atom_content] =>

While the Star Wars saga is generally a lighthearted intergalactic fairy tale, the series has plenty of scary moments: Luke’s creepy Force vision in The Empire Strikes Back, Anakin slaughtering a room full of children in Revenge of the Sith, Darth Vader’s lightsaber illuminating a hallway at the end of Rogue One.

RELATED: 10 Star Wars Actors Who Deserved Bigger Roles

From Ewan McGregor’s sequel to The Shining to Christopher Lee’s legendary history of Hammer Horror classics, the actors of Star Wars have appeared in a few straightforward horror films outside a galaxy far, far away.


10 Harrison Ford – What Lies Beneath (2000)

Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer in What Lies Beneath

After tackling time travel in Back to the Future and 20th-century American history in Forrest Gump, director Robert Zemeckis took a crack at supernatural horror with 2000’s What Lies Beneath.

Han Solo himself, Harrison Ford, stars alongside Michelle Pfeiffer as a married couple who realize their house is haunted. The beauty of Zemeckis’ movie is that the ghosts in the house are just a metaphor for the fractures in the couple’s marriage.

9 Ewan McGregor – Doctor Sleep (2019)

Danny Torrance sees Redrum in Doctor Sleep.

As if the pressure of adapting the work of Stephen King wasn’t immense enough, Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep also serves as a sequel to Stanley Kubrick’s widely acclaimed movie version of The Shining.

Against all odds, the 2019 horror gem manages to succeed on both counts, meeting King and Kubrick’s opposing visions of the Torrance tragedy halfway. Ewan McGregor plays an adult Danny Torrance contending with a cult targeting kids who have “the shining.”

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

8 Peter Cushing & Christopher Lee – The Curse Of Frankenstein (1957)

Peter Cushing stares intensely at the camera in Curse of Frankenstein.

Peter Cushing, known to Star Wars fans as Grand Moff Tarkin, and Christopher Lee, known to Star Wars fans as Count Dooku, were both legends of horror cinema long before they went to a galaxy far, far away. One of the many Hammer Horror classics that co-starred Cushing and Lee was 1957’s The Curse of Frankenstein, part of the studio’s British reinvention of the Universal Monsters series.

Directed by Terence Fisher, one of Hammer’s go-to filmmakers, The Curse of Frankenstein stars the brooding Cushing as Victor Frankenstein and the towering Lee as “the Creature.” With bright-red blood, this movie is widely regarded to be the first mainstream horror film with true depictions of gore.

7 Carrie Fisher – The ‘Burbs (1989)

Tom Hanks and Carrie Fisher in The Burbs

Joe dante’s The ‘Burbs is a hilarious satire of eccentric suburbanites through the lens of horror-comedy. Tom Hanks stars as a workaholic husband and father who spends his week off at home.

RELATED: 10 Carrie Fisher Quotes To Remember Her By

He might be noticing murders and paranormal activity in his neighborhood – or he could just be dangerously bored. Carrie Fisher gives a great supporting turn as Hanks’ wife.

6 Alec Guinness – Mute Witness (1995)

Alec Guinness as The Reaper in Mute Witness

Alec Guinness, best known as Ben Kenobi, gave a subversively sinister performance in 1995’s Mute Witness as “The Reaper,” the unscrupulous financier of the snuff ring. The movie follows an American makeup artist working on a gruesome slasher film in Moscow. After witnessing a murder on the set of a snuff film, she’s targeted by The Reaper’s nefarious henchmen.

Mute Witness is a grisly, twisty crime story akin to the Coen brothers’ debut feature Blood Simple, with the minimalist genre thrills of John Carpenter’s Halloween.

5 Joel Edgerton – It Comes At Night (2017)

Joel Edgerton in It Comes At Night

The younger version of Uncle Owen, Joel Edgerton, gave a breathtaking performance in Trey Edward Shults’ “elevated horror” gem It Comes at Night. He plays a husband and father trying to keep his family safe during the outbreak of a mysterious plague. When another family shows up looking for shelter, he’s not sure if they can be trusted.

This movie has the themes of a zombie movie – mistrust, social collapse, survival instincts, etc. – but without the standard flesh-eating. What the audience doesn’t see is much scarier than what they do see.

4 Natalie Portman – Black Swan (2010)

Natalie Portman in Black Swan

Darren Aronofsky swept the Oscars with his harrowing psychological thriller Black Swan. After tackling wrestling, the epitome of low art, in his previous movie The Wrestler, Aronofsky tackled the epitome of high art: ballet.

Five years after her final performance as Padmé Amidala, Natalie Portman won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her powerful performance as a disturbed ballerina being haunted by a doppelganger in Black Swan.

3 Laura Dern – Blue Velvet (1986)

Laura Dern joined the Star Wars universe in the role of Vice Admiral Holdo in The Last Jedi. Throughout her decades-long career, Dern has worked with such acclaimed filmmakers as Steven Spielberg, Greta Gerwig, Peter Bogdanovich – and, on several occasions, David Lynch.

RELATED: 10 Ways Blue Velvet Is David Lynch’s Masterpiece

She played the supporting role of Sandy in Blue Velvet, the haunting pinnacle of Lynch’s surreal vision of Americana. Sandy represents the safe, secure suburbia that Jeffrey leaves behind when he’s drawn into the underworld ruled by Dennis Hopper’s Frank Booth, one of the most sadistic and horrifying villains in movie history.

2 Christopher Lee & Peter Cushing – Dracula (1958)

Christopher lee as Count Dracula in 1953

A year after revamping Universal’s Frankenstein movie for British audiences, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing reunited with director Terence Fisher to continue their gritty, gory reimagining of Universal Monsters classics with a new version of Dracula.

1958’s Dracula is a sumptuous vision of gothic horror and one of the most visually engaging adaptations of the Bram Stoker classic. This was the first of many Hammer Horror films starring Lee as Count Dracula and Peter Cushing as his arch-nemesis, Van Helsing.

1 Max Von Sydow – The Exorcist (1973)

Max Von Sydow in The Exorcist.

Easily the greatest and most iconic horror movie featuring a Star Wars actor is William Friedkin’s The Exorcist. Decades before Max von Sydow had a cameo role in the opening scene of The Force Awakens as Lor San Tekka, a fearless Jakku resident who stands up to Kylo Ren, he starred in The Exorcist as Father Lankester Merrin.

The movie follows a concerned mother hiring two priests to exorcize the demon from her 12-year-old daughter. The hype surrounding the movie’s sheer sense of terror made it a cultural phenomenon and, at the time, the highest-grossing horror movie ever made.

NEXT: 10 Excellent Horror Movies Starring Your Favorite MCU Actors

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) [1] => Array ( [title] => JK Simmons Was Shocked To Return as Commissioner Gordon [link] => https://debatepost.com/jk-simmons-was-shocked-to-return-as-commissioner-gordon/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Thu, 25 Nov 2021 14:34:37 +0000 [category] => TrendingCommissionerGordonReturnshockedSimmons [guid] => https://debatepost.com/jk-simmons-was-shocked-to-return-as-commissioner-gordon/ [description] => J.K. Simmons was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. reached out to him to reprise the role of Commissioner Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl movie. J.K. Simmons says that he was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. asked him to reprise the role of Commissioner James Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl solo movie. Simmons first portrayed the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

J.K. Simmons was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. reached out to him to reprise the role of Commissioner Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl movie.

J.K. Simmons says that he was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. asked him to reprise the role of Commissioner James Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl solo movie. Simmons first portrayed the character in 2017 in the theatrical cut of Justice League, which was helmed by Joss Whedon shortly after Zack Snyder’s exit from the production. Following the dismal critical and commercial reception toward the film, fans of Snyder’s DC films petitioned for the director to return and complete his vision by rallying the viral online movement commonly referred to as #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. Warner Bros. finally acquiesced to fans demands last year, giving Snyder the resources to realize his original intent for the film.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

Simmons’ role in the theatrical cut of Justice League amounts to little more than a cameo, with the police commissioner relaying information to the newly formed Justice League on the rooftop of the Gotham City Police Department building. Although many of his co-stars received significantly modified storylines in Snyder’s cut of the film, Gordon’s role was mostly left unchanged. Snyder’s departure from Warner Bros., as well as the cancellation of Ben Affleck’s standalone Batman film (which presumably would’ve featured Simmons as Gordon), all seemed to indicate that Simmons’ time in the DCEU had come to an end. Fortunately, the studio asked Simmons to return to reprise the role of Commissioner Gordon for their upcoming HBO Max’s exclusive Batgirl film.

Related: The Real Reasons Fans Won’t Let Go Of Restoring The Snyderverse

While talking with the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Simmons revealed that he “was completely flabbergasted [that the studio] came back to me recently and wanted me to be Commissioner Gordon again [in] a more significant role.” Details about the film are still securely under wraps, but the actor shares that “It’s a really interesting take on [Batgirl and Commissioner Gordon].” Check out Simmons’ full comments below:

I was completely flabbergasted they came back to me recently and wanted me to be Commissioner Gordon again and have it be a more significant role. I’m looking forward to it. I think I’m going to get on the horn to [Leslie Grace] and the directors in the next couple of days and do little preliminary rehearsals. They start very soon and I jump on board sometime in January in Glasgow which is a wonderful place to shoot it as it’s Gothic.

I’m excited to be the once and future Jim Gordon. I had a long discussion with the guys about how we want to portray him. It’s a really interesting take on introducing Batgirl and fleshing Jim Gordon out.

JK Simmons as Comissioner James Gordon in Justice League

Warner Bros. has made it clear that they have no further interest in continuing Snyder’s multi-movie vision for the DCEU. The studio even allegedly canceled Ava DuVernay’s planned New Gods film due to her film’s characters overlapping with characters in Zack Snyder’s Justice League. However, Simmons’ reprisal of the role of Commissioner Gordon shows that Warner Bros. is not completely averse to recycling some aspects of Snyder’s films.

While Disney’s Marvel films have been lauded for their staunch commitment to canon continuity, Warner Bros.’ DC films are quickly carving their own niche with multiple concurrent iterations of the same settings and characters across different projects. Matt Reeves’ The Batman is set to release next March with Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon and Robert Pattinson as Batman, but that hasn’t deterred the studio from greenlighting Simmons’ take on Gordon in Batgirl as well as Michael Keaton’s reprisal of the Batman mantle in The Flash. Warner Bros. tried and failed to emulate the success of Disney’s MCU films. Now, with hits like Joker and The Suicide Squad under their belt, the studio would be wise to lean into their more eclectic approach to comic book movie storytelling.

More: Batgirl Can Finally Explain Gordon’s Missing History With Affleck’s Batman

Source: Happy Sad Confused

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) [summary] => J.K. Simmons was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. reached out to him to reprise the role of Commissioner Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl movie. J.K. Simmons says that he was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. asked him to reprise the role of Commissioner James Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl solo movie. Simmons first portrayed the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

J.K. Simmons was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. reached out to him to reprise the role of Commissioner Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl movie.

J.K. Simmons says that he was “flabbergasted” when Warner Bros. asked him to reprise the role of Commissioner James Gordon in HBO Max’s upcoming Batgirl solo movie. Simmons first portrayed the character in 2017 in the theatrical cut of Justice League, which was helmed by Joss Whedon shortly after Zack Snyder’s exit from the production. Following the dismal critical and commercial reception toward the film, fans of Snyder’s DC films petitioned for the director to return and complete his vision by rallying the viral online movement commonly referred to as #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. Warner Bros. finally acquiesced to fans demands last year, giving Snyder the resources to realize his original intent for the film.

SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY

Simmons’ role in the theatrical cut of Justice League amounts to little more than a cameo, with the police commissioner relaying information to the newly formed Justice League on the rooftop of the Gotham City Police Department building. Although many of his co-stars received significantly modified storylines in Snyder’s cut of the film, Gordon’s role was mostly left unchanged. Snyder’s departure from Warner Bros., as well as the cancellation of Ben Affleck’s standalone Batman film (which presumably would’ve featured Simmons as Gordon), all seemed to indicate that Simmons’ time in the DCEU had come to an end. Fortunately, the studio asked Simmons to return to reprise the role of Commissioner Gordon for their upcoming HBO Max’s exclusive Batgirl film.

Related: The Real Reasons Fans Won’t Let Go Of Restoring The Snyderverse

While talking with the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Simmons revealed that he “was completely flabbergasted [that the studio] came back to me recently and wanted me to be Commissioner Gordon again [in] a more significant role.” Details about the film are still securely under wraps, but the actor shares that “It’s a really interesting take on [Batgirl and Commissioner Gordon].” Check out Simmons’ full comments below:

I was completely flabbergasted they came back to me recently and wanted me to be Commissioner Gordon again and have it be a more significant role. I’m looking forward to it. I think I’m going to get on the horn to [Leslie Grace] and the directors in the next couple of days and do little preliminary rehearsals. They start very soon and I jump on board sometime in January in Glasgow which is a wonderful place to shoot it as it’s Gothic.

I’m excited to be the once and future Jim Gordon. I had a long discussion with the guys about how we want to portray him. It’s a really interesting take on introducing Batgirl and fleshing Jim Gordon out.

JK Simmons as Comissioner James Gordon in Justice League

Warner Bros. has made it clear that they have no further interest in continuing Snyder’s multi-movie vision for the DCEU. The studio even allegedly canceled Ava DuVernay’s planned New Gods film due to her film’s characters overlapping with characters in Zack Snyder’s Justice League. However, Simmons’ reprisal of the role of Commissioner Gordon shows that Warner Bros. is not completely averse to recycling some aspects of Snyder’s films.

While Disney’s Marvel films have been lauded for their staunch commitment to canon continuity, Warner Bros.’ DC films are quickly carving their own niche with multiple concurrent iterations of the same settings and characters across different projects. Matt Reeves’ The Batman is set to release next March with Jeffrey Wright as Commissioner Gordon and Robert Pattinson as Batman, but that hasn’t deterred the studio from greenlighting Simmons’ take on Gordon in Batgirl as well as Michael Keaton’s reprisal of the Batman mantle in The Flash. Warner Bros. tried and failed to emulate the success of Disney’s MCU films. Now, with hits like Joker and The Suicide Squad under their belt, the studio would be wise to lean into their more eclectic approach to comic book movie storytelling.

More: Batgirl Can Finally Explain Gordon’s Missing History With Affleck’s Batman

Source: Happy Sad Confused

  • The Batman (2022)Release date: Mar 04, 2022
  • DC League of Super-Pets (2022)Release date: May 20, 2022
  • Black Adam (2022)Release date: Jul 29, 2022
  • The Flash (2022)Release date: Nov 04, 2022
  • Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (2022)Release date: Dec 16, 2022
  • Shazam! Fury of the Gods (2023)Release date: Jun 02, 2023

Jane Levy in Evil Dead 2013

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) [2] => Array ( [title] => Scarlett Johansson on Her Recent Lifetime Achievement Award: ‘Wait, Am I Done?’ [link] => https://debatepost.com/scarlett-johansson-on-her-recent-lifetime-achievement-award-wait-am-i-done/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Thu, 25 Nov 2021 14:33:49 +0000 [category] => TrendingachievementAwardJohanssonLifetimeScarlettwait [guid] => https://debatepost.com/scarlett-johansson-on-her-recent-lifetime-achievement-award-wait-am-i-done/ [description] => Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson is at the top of her game. But the actor recently admitted that a new honor made her question that. To clarify, she spoke out about her American Cinematheque Award and expressed surprise that she’s already reached that point. Here’s what Johansson said about the milestone. American Cinematheque honored Scarlett ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson is at the top of her game. But the actor recently admitted that a new honor made her question that. To clarify, she spoke out about her American Cinematheque Award and expressed surprise that she’s already reached that point. Here’s what Johansson said about the milestone.

American Cinematheque honored Scarlett Johansson with their lifetime achievement award

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On November 18, 2021, American Cinematheque honored the career of Scarlett Johansson. Furthermore, she appeared on the red carpet for the first time in quite a while. She gave birth to her first child with husband Colin Jost in August of 2021.

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Scarlett Johansson on Her Recent Lifetime Achievement Award: ‘Wait, Am I Done?’

) [summary] => Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson is at the top of her game. But the actor recently admitted that a new honor made her question that. To clarify, she spoke out about her American Cinematheque Award and expressed surprise that she’s already reached that point. Here’s what Johansson said about the milestone. American Cinematheque honored Scarlett ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Black Widow star Scarlett Johansson is at the top of her game. But the actor recently admitted that a new honor made her question that. To clarify, she spoke out about her American Cinematheque Award and expressed surprise that she’s already reached that point. Here’s what Johansson said about the milestone.

American Cinematheque honored Scarlett Johansson with their lifetime achievement award

Scarlett Johansson } Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

On November 18, 2021, American Cinematheque honored the career of Scarlett Johansson. Furthermore, she appeared on the red carpet for the first time in quite a while. She gave birth to her first child with husband Colin Jost in August of 2021.

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Scarlett Johansson on Her Recent Lifetime Achievement Award: ‘Wait, Am I Done?’

) [3] => Array ( [title] => ‘The Sopranos’ Cast Members Say Rewatching the Show Was a ‘Revelation’ [link] => https://debatepost.com/the-sopranos-cast-members-say-rewatching-the-show-was-a-revelation/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Thu, 25 Nov 2021 14:32:34 +0000 [category] => TrendingCastmembersRevelationRewatchingShowSopranos [guid] => https://debatepost.com/the-sopranos-cast-members-say-rewatching-the-show-was-a-revelation/ [description] => The Sopranos aired its last episode 14 years ago. George W. Bush was still in office, streaming platforms weren’t a thing and Britney Spears’ conservatorship ordeal was only just beginning. But amidst a rapidly changing society and constantly evolving pop culture landscape, The Sopranos has remained relevant and revered, routinely upheld as one of the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Sopranos aired its last episode 14 years ago. George W. Bush was still in office, streaming platforms weren’t a thing and Britney Spears’ conservatorship ordeal was only just beginning.

But amidst a rapidly changing society and constantly evolving pop culture landscape, The Sopranos has remained relevant and revered, routinely upheld as one of the finest examples of prestige television of all time.

The beloved series has found new relevance in 2021 with the release of the prequel film, The Many Saint of Newark, led by the late James Gandolfini’s son in his place.

But the show has also found popularity with a new generation of fans, many of whom were too young to watch it the first time around.

And with its continued popularity, The Sopranos is being experienced through a new medium in 2021—podcasts.

Michael Imperioli and Steve Schippra who played Christopher Moltisanti and Bobby Baccalieri on the show respectively, have relived the show for their Talking Sopranos podcast and now, subsequently a book, Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos.

The guide to the series is filled with interviews that get up close and personal with the cast (Lorraine Bracco, Edie Falco, Jamie-Lynn Sigler), series creator David Chase, various directors, and a host of others who worked on The Sopranos during its six-season run.

Newsweek sat down with the pair to discuss the podcast, the book, and the show that made it all happen.

Michael Imperioli, Steve Schippra Q&A Interview [MI, SS]
Some answers have been edited for clarity.

Talking Sopranos podcast
Michael Imperioli, Steve Schippra

Q: Can you talk about the experience of reliving the show on the podcast and with now the book?

ME: I’ve found it to be amazing. Steve and I, we hadn’t seen the show since it went off the air in 2007. And rewatching it for the podcast for me has been a revelation to really just see how great it is.

How great the performances the writing the filmmaking. You know, I guess in the midst of it when we were doing it, maybe took it for granted a little bit because we were in it but with some distance. I’m just really, really amazed at the level of quality and how good the show is, to be honest.

SS: I enjoyed every moment of watching it. I always knew it was funny. I didn’t realize how funny and some performances that I thought were meh—now, just fantastic.
I couldn’t see anyone else in these roles except for the people that play them.

The show is a masterpiece and David Chase. They throw that name around a lot ‘genius’ but he is a genius.

Q: Can you tell me some favorite scenes that really stood out to you that may not have stood out here the first time around?

ME: The “Funhouse” episode is great. I love that. That’s the last episode in season two, when Salvatore ‘Big Pussy’ Bonpensiero gets killed. And I think it was monumental because you have this major character being killed off the show, which very rarely happened on television but I think that almost overshadowed the rest of the episode, which is very weird, and really very groundbreaking.

SS: I enjoyed “Whitecaps”—this scene with Carmela and Tony, when they have a big argument. I thought that was some of the finest acting ever anywhere between the two of them. I also enjoy tremendously the intervention scene. Laugh out loud, funny, and also the Pauley walnut scene where he goes to the psychic. Oh yeah, that is all really incredible stuff.

The Sopranos
(L-R) Actors Tony Sirico, Steven Van Zandt, James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli & Vincent Pastore in publicity still for HBO cable TV series The Sopranos.
Anthony Neste/Getty Images

Q: How did working on the podcast lend itself to creating the book?

ME: There was so much material the podcast is going to end up being like close to 300 hours—it’s just immense.

So to have something a little bit more condensed I think is a good thing. What we realized, that there was a lot more he wanted to even talk about a lot of the guests.
So the book, there are people we didn’t talk to for the podcast and then we went back to the people we already talked to unless further with them.

There has been several soprano books, but there’s never been one that from the mouths of the people who made it and this is that book and I think it makes it.

SS: I mean it’s the podcast plus 50 percent—it’s so much more. For the podcast we went scene by scene in the book, we’re going season by season and talking to all the actors and producers, directors, the crew people that we spoke to, their journey on the show. You’ve got you know, as many different people we interviewed as many different stories. Which is fascinating to me. I love hearing their stories.

ME: We have photographs from Steve and mine’s personal collection that have never been seen by anybody.

The Sopranos
Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos, by Michael Imperioli, Steve Schirripa
Harper Collins

Q: How do you feel the sort of younger generations now still seem to have an appetite for the show? Like why does it resonate so strongly with people who maybe wouldn’t have watched on the first time around?

ME: None of us could have ever predicted this in a million years. The introduction to the book talks about how about two and a half years ago, right around the 20th anniversary of the first airing of the first episode, I was shooting a pilot in Central Park and this kid from Scotland who was here on vacation, walked up to me, he was like 20 and showed me a tattoo of Christopher Moltisanti on his leg.

I was like ‘Whoa,’ first of all, he was 20. He was from Scotland and he’s got a tattoo you know. And right around that time I went on social media, on Instagram, it was the first time I was ever engaged in social media and I became aware of just how much this younger generation social media generation has embraced the show.

And it was one of the reasons we decided to do the podcast, because the podcast is really a new media that a lot of younger people are into. And I think it’s just a testament to the quality of the show.

I can’t put my finger on the formula. There was definitely magic that happened on The Sopranos that you know, lightning striking and this group of people come together at this point in time with this great material. I think it’s just a testament to the quality of the show. I don’t know how else to figure it out. I think it’s amazing and makes me really happy.

SS: I think the show holds up every bit as well as it did. It could have been written yesterday besides the computers or cars, you know, maybe the phones the material holds up every bit as if it was written yesterday.

Michael Imperioli
Actor Michael Imperioli attends the Build Series to discuss “Cabaret Maxime” at Build Studio on February 19, 2020 in New York City.
Jim Spellman/Getty Images

Q: And on that note, are there any like current shows that are on right now that in your opinion live up to The Sopranos?

ME: I don’t know of anything. I’ll be really honest. And this is very, kind of a little biased, I don’t think anything will ever come close to The Sopranos. I’ll be flat out honest with you. My favorite show—it’s about to come on soon. I think for the third season is Afterlife.

Ricky Gervais is a friend of ours. He was a guest celebrity superfan on our podcast and visited the set of The Sopranos. He’s someone I think is doing amazing things in television. He’s one of my favorites.

SS: Brilliant. Afterlife is absolutely brilliant. And listen, there are some great shows. I mean, I don’t watch them all. I watch what I watch, but there’s some great stuff out there but I don’t think it touches The Sopranos. And yeah, I’m biased, you know, we were part of it. But after watching it again and hopefully I’m a little smarter than I was 20 years ago, it is absolutely—I can’t even imagine. I mean honestly.

Q: The podcast is coming to an end on December 20 and that episode is going to examine The Sopranos‘ cliffhanger ending. Many people are going to be excited about that. And I’m wondering if you’re able to kind of give us a bit of a preview and on your takes about Tony’s fate and what listeners can look forward to.

ME: Well we’re going to have David Chase on for the finale and we’re going to ask him some very direct questions, not just about the last episode, but about those last nine episodes last season seven as we call it, and what he was trying to do, and what was on his mind.

I’ve been going back and forth between anything Tony’s dead and Tony’s not, you know, but we’re gonna get into it for sure. And that’s for the finale.

SS: I think Tony Soprano was alive and well and living in New Jersey. That’s what I think. Eating onion rings as we speak.

Q: With the release of The Many Saints of Newark, which Michael you narrate—how did that come about and what was it like? Getting back into the character Christopher for that and almost in this abstract way as the narrator, because as we know, he’s already dead. Spoiler alert.

ME: I know that they tried a couple of ways to connect the series to the movie.

[The director] Alan Taylor talked about it, they shot something with Edie [Falco], as Carmela, maybe telling people a story about back in the day for The Many Saints of Newark basically, but it might have been a little distracting to see one of the characters from the series.

I’m not really sure why they didn’t want to do it, or why they decided not to use it, but I imagine they wanted something a little more abstract, which was why you don’t see Christopher you see a photo of him and his voice from beyond the grave, which is obviously very abstract and strange, but for me, it was really fun to play him not as we left him.

So now he’s in hell apparently. What does that mean? He’s the older well not necessarily chronologically, but something’s different. Something’s changed. He’s not the Christopher we saw in the last in the “Kennedy and Heidi” episode. And what is that and that’s what I tried to bring to it.

Q: If the timeline would have allowed in ‘Many Saints’ who do you think would have played a young Bobby?

SS: Who would have played the young Bobby? I don’t know any fat kid!

ME: Cate Blanchett is very versatile…

SS: Christian Bale! He would have to put on 100 pounds to play the young Bobby Baccalieri!

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) [summary] => The Sopranos aired its last episode 14 years ago. George W. Bush was still in office, streaming platforms weren’t a thing and Britney Spears’ conservatorship ordeal was only just beginning. But amidst a rapidly changing society and constantly evolving pop culture landscape, The Sopranos has remained relevant and revered, routinely upheld as one of the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Sopranos aired its last episode 14 years ago. George W. Bush was still in office, streaming platforms weren’t a thing and Britney Spears’ conservatorship ordeal was only just beginning.

But amidst a rapidly changing society and constantly evolving pop culture landscape, The Sopranos has remained relevant and revered, routinely upheld as one of the finest examples of prestige television of all time.

The beloved series has found new relevance in 2021 with the release of the prequel film, The Many Saint of Newark, led by the late James Gandolfini’s son in his place.

But the show has also found popularity with a new generation of fans, many of whom were too young to watch it the first time around.

And with its continued popularity, The Sopranos is being experienced through a new medium in 2021—podcasts.

Michael Imperioli and Steve Schippra who played Christopher Moltisanti and Bobby Baccalieri on the show respectively, have relived the show for their Talking Sopranos podcast and now, subsequently a book, Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos.

The guide to the series is filled with interviews that get up close and personal with the cast (Lorraine Bracco, Edie Falco, Jamie-Lynn Sigler), series creator David Chase, various directors, and a host of others who worked on The Sopranos during its six-season run.

Newsweek sat down with the pair to discuss the podcast, the book, and the show that made it all happen.

Michael Imperioli, Steve Schippra Q&A Interview [MI, SS]
Some answers have been edited for clarity.

Talking Sopranos podcast
Michael Imperioli, Steve Schippra

Q: Can you talk about the experience of reliving the show on the podcast and with now the book?

ME: I’ve found it to be amazing. Steve and I, we hadn’t seen the show since it went off the air in 2007. And rewatching it for the podcast for me has been a revelation to really just see how great it is.

How great the performances the writing the filmmaking. You know, I guess in the midst of it when we were doing it, maybe took it for granted a little bit because we were in it but with some distance. I’m just really, really amazed at the level of quality and how good the show is, to be honest.

SS: I enjoyed every moment of watching it. I always knew it was funny. I didn’t realize how funny and some performances that I thought were meh—now, just fantastic.
I couldn’t see anyone else in these roles except for the people that play them.

The show is a masterpiece and David Chase. They throw that name around a lot ‘genius’ but he is a genius.

Q: Can you tell me some favorite scenes that really stood out to you that may not have stood out here the first time around?

ME: The “Funhouse” episode is great. I love that. That’s the last episode in season two, when Salvatore ‘Big Pussy’ Bonpensiero gets killed. And I think it was monumental because you have this major character being killed off the show, which very rarely happened on television but I think that almost overshadowed the rest of the episode, which is very weird, and really very groundbreaking.

SS: I enjoyed “Whitecaps”—this scene with Carmela and Tony, when they have a big argument. I thought that was some of the finest acting ever anywhere between the two of them. I also enjoy tremendously the intervention scene. Laugh out loud, funny, and also the Pauley walnut scene where he goes to the psychic. Oh yeah, that is all really incredible stuff.

The Sopranos
(L-R) Actors Tony Sirico, Steven Van Zandt, James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli & Vincent Pastore in publicity still for HBO cable TV series The Sopranos.
Anthony Neste/Getty Images

Q: How did working on the podcast lend itself to creating the book?

ME: There was so much material the podcast is going to end up being like close to 300 hours—it’s just immense.

So to have something a little bit more condensed I think is a good thing. What we realized, that there was a lot more he wanted to even talk about a lot of the guests.
So the book, there are people we didn’t talk to for the podcast and then we went back to the people we already talked to unless further with them.

There has been several soprano books, but there’s never been one that from the mouths of the people who made it and this is that book and I think it makes it.

SS: I mean it’s the podcast plus 50 percent—it’s so much more. For the podcast we went scene by scene in the book, we’re going season by season and talking to all the actors and producers, directors, the crew people that we spoke to, their journey on the show. You’ve got you know, as many different people we interviewed as many different stories. Which is fascinating to me. I love hearing their stories.

ME: We have photographs from Steve and mine’s personal collection that have never been seen by anybody.

The Sopranos
Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos, by Michael Imperioli, Steve Schirripa
Harper Collins

Q: How do you feel the sort of younger generations now still seem to have an appetite for the show? Like why does it resonate so strongly with people who maybe wouldn’t have watched on the first time around?

ME: None of us could have ever predicted this in a million years. The introduction to the book talks about how about two and a half years ago, right around the 20th anniversary of the first airing of the first episode, I was shooting a pilot in Central Park and this kid from Scotland who was here on vacation, walked up to me, he was like 20 and showed me a tattoo of Christopher Moltisanti on his leg.

I was like ‘Whoa,’ first of all, he was 20. He was from Scotland and he’s got a tattoo you know. And right around that time I went on social media, on Instagram, it was the first time I was ever engaged in social media and I became aware of just how much this younger generation social media generation has embraced the show.

And it was one of the reasons we decided to do the podcast, because the podcast is really a new media that a lot of younger people are into. And I think it’s just a testament to the quality of the show.

I can’t put my finger on the formula. There was definitely magic that happened on The Sopranos that you know, lightning striking and this group of people come together at this point in time with this great material. I think it’s just a testament to the quality of the show. I don’t know how else to figure it out. I think it’s amazing and makes me really happy.

SS: I think the show holds up every bit as well as it did. It could have been written yesterday besides the computers or cars, you know, maybe the phones the material holds up every bit as if it was written yesterday.

Michael Imperioli
Actor Michael Imperioli attends the Build Series to discuss “Cabaret Maxime” at Build Studio on February 19, 2020 in New York City.
Jim Spellman/Getty Images

Q: And on that note, are there any like current shows that are on right now that in your opinion live up to The Sopranos?

ME: I don’t know of anything. I’ll be really honest. And this is very, kind of a little biased, I don’t think anything will ever come close to The Sopranos. I’ll be flat out honest with you. My favorite show—it’s about to come on soon. I think for the third season is Afterlife.

Ricky Gervais is a friend of ours. He was a guest celebrity superfan on our podcast and visited the set of The Sopranos. He’s someone I think is doing amazing things in television. He’s one of my favorites.

SS: Brilliant. Afterlife is absolutely brilliant. And listen, there are some great shows. I mean, I don’t watch them all. I watch what I watch, but there’s some great stuff out there but I don’t think it touches The Sopranos. And yeah, I’m biased, you know, we were part of it. But after watching it again and hopefully I’m a little smarter than I was 20 years ago, it is absolutely—I can’t even imagine. I mean honestly.

Q: The podcast is coming to an end on December 20 and that episode is going to examine The Sopranos‘ cliffhanger ending. Many people are going to be excited about that. And I’m wondering if you’re able to kind of give us a bit of a preview and on your takes about Tony’s fate and what listeners can look forward to.

ME: Well we’re going to have David Chase on for the finale and we’re going to ask him some very direct questions, not just about the last episode, but about those last nine episodes last season seven as we call it, and what he was trying to do, and what was on his mind.

I’ve been going back and forth between anything Tony’s dead and Tony’s not, you know, but we’re gonna get into it for sure. And that’s for the finale.

SS: I think Tony Soprano was alive and well and living in New Jersey. That’s what I think. Eating onion rings as we speak.

Q: With the release of The Many Saints of Newark, which Michael you narrate—how did that come about and what was it like? Getting back into the character Christopher for that and almost in this abstract way as the narrator, because as we know, he’s already dead. Spoiler alert.

ME: I know that they tried a couple of ways to connect the series to the movie.

[The director] Alan Taylor talked about it, they shot something with Edie [Falco], as Carmela, maybe telling people a story about back in the day for The Many Saints of Newark basically, but it might have been a little distracting to see one of the characters from the series.

I’m not really sure why they didn’t want to do it, or why they decided not to use it, but I imagine they wanted something a little more abstract, which was why you don’t see Christopher you see a photo of him and his voice from beyond the grave, which is obviously very abstract and strange, but for me, it was really fun to play him not as we left him.

So now he’s in hell apparently. What does that mean? He’s the older well not necessarily chronologically, but something’s different. Something’s changed. He’s not the Christopher we saw in the last in the “Kennedy and Heidi” episode. And what is that and that’s what I tried to bring to it.

Q: If the timeline would have allowed in ‘Many Saints’ who do you think would have played a young Bobby?

SS: Who would have played the young Bobby? I don’t know any fat kid!

ME: Cate Blanchett is very versatile…

SS: Christian Bale! He would have to put on 100 pounds to play the young Bobby Baccalieri!

“Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos” is available at bookstores now.

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    Normally, the service costs $8.99 a month in the US. It’s also available as an annual subscription, which normally costs $89.99. As we mentioned, the service is currently running a Black Friday promotion in the US, which lowers the annual plan to just $24.88 for the first year, or $1.99 a month.

    By comparison, a subscription to Shudder or IFC Films Unlimited costs $5.99 a month each, and Sundance Now costs $6.99 a month. Basically, you are getting all the content from three streaming services, plus all the content from AMC and BBC America, for a much lower combined price tag.

    Can I get AMC Plus for free?

    There is a seven-day free trial, which allows full access to all content. You can cancel your subscription before the trial ends in order to avoid being charged. In addition, if you are a new or current Verizon customer, you can get a year of the service for free if you buy a new 5G phone with a device payment plan. The free year is also available for Verizon Fios internet and TV customers who sign up for one of its Mix and Match plans, while Verizon Start Unlimited customers can get six months of the service for free.

    Is the service worth the cost?

    AMC Plus of the Year

    AMC Plus offers a ton of content that isn’t available anywhere else. Current fans of The Walking Dead will not only be able to watch the 11th and final season of the show, but they can catch new episodes a week before they debut on the AMC cable channel. That also goes for new episodes of the spin-off shows, Fear The Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond. You can also watch live channels like AMC, BBC America, IFC, and SundanceTV without a cable subscription. There’s even a Walking Dead Universe streaming channel that shows episodes from past seasons of The Walking Dead you won’t find on-demand from AMC Plus.

    The service includes ad-free access to classic shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Killing Eve, and more. New episodes of shows, like the current season of Doctor Who, go live the next day on AMC Plus, and you can watch its library of films as well, ad-free. In addition, the service is adding new shows that are exclusive to AMC Plus in the US, such as Kin, Ragdoll, and more. More recently, it has added new movies exclusive to the service, including sci-fi movie Apex, horror western Prisoners of the Ghostland, and more.

    What platforms and devices does AMC Plus support?

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    The service is available on iOS and Android mobile platforms. AMC Plus apps are also available for the Apple TV set-top box, Android TV devices, and smart televisions, as well as for the Roku and Amazon Fire TV sticks. In addition, PC users can surf over to amcplus.com and watch the service’s content on a web browser.

    You can sign up for AMC Plus via Apple TV Channels, Amazon Prime Video Channels, or The Roku Channel, so you won’t have to remember another login and password. Some cable, satellite, and internet TV providers offer the service as an add-on, including Comcast Xfinity, Dish, DirecTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.

    As we mentioned, AMC Plus is available in a limited capacity in Canada and Australia, via Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV channels. However, content from BBC America is not included in either country. In Australia, the service does include movies and shows from another AMC Networks streaming service, Acorn TV.

    Other features

    AMC Plus screenshot

    AMC Plus lets users browse its content from a variety of different categories. It also has hubs where you can browse for content from each of the AMC Plus providers. That includes all the Walking Dead content, along with movies, documentaries, and more. The service does not appear to currently support features like parental controls or 4K streaming. However, you can stop watching a movie or TV show and save it to a “My Stuff” watchlist. You can then start where you left off when you go back to the content.

    The user interface is a bit hard to navigate on the mobile, smart TV, and web apps, and it’s not always clear where you can access the content you want to watch. However, the Search function is there if you need to find specific shows and movies.

    What’s on AMC Plus?

    AMC Plus Ragdoll

    The service includes some of the best TV series ever made, including full seasons of shows like Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Killing Eve, and many more. You will also find some one-season shows that still deserve a look, like Rubicon, Feed The Beast, and others. In addition, there are classic and recent films from AMC, BBC America, IFC, and Sundance TV. If you love Shudder, all of the great horror movie content is available to watch on AMC Plus as well.

    Exclusive AMC Plus shows and movies

    AMC Plus has recently been adding shows and movies that are unavailable through any other streaming service in the US. This includes a number of indie movies, as well as TV shows imported from the UK. Here’s a quick look at some of those shows and movies:

    • Ultra City Smiths — A crime noir series that is produced by animating children’s dolls. Yep, that’s what we said.
    • The North Water — Colin Farrell stars in this UK series set in the mid-19th century on a whaling boat in the Arctic.
    • Anna — An Italian series about a disease that kills nearly all adults in the world, leaving children to fend for themselves.
    • Ragdoll — A UK crime series about the police searching for a brutal serial killer.
    • Archenemy — In this movie, Joe Manganiello plays a man claiming to be a superhero from a parallel world, who lost his powers when he came to our world.
    • Apex — A sci-fi version of The Most Dangerous Game, this movie stars Bruce Willis.

    AMC Plus will be adding more new shows and movies in the months ahead.

    Alternatives

    AMC Plus is a relatively new streaming service, but there are some alternatives you can check out that offer similar content.

    Netflix

    The Walking Dead on Netflix

    If you are a fan of The Walking Dead, Netflix offers the first 10 seasons of the zombie show to stream on-demand. It also has two other classic AMC shows, Breaking Bad, and the first four seasons of its spinoff, Better Call Saul. Of course, it also has a ton of other great shows, movies, and original content to stream as well.

    Hulu

    Fear The Walking Dead on Hulu

    In addition to all of its other movies and TV shows, Hulu is the only streaming location for the first six seasons of Fear The Walking Dead. It also has some AMC shows that are not currently on AMC Plus, including the western series The Son, the odd anthology series Lodge 49, and others.

    IMDb TV

    Mad Men on IMDb TV

    Want to watch Mad Men, but don’t want to pay for AMC Plus? Head over to Amazon’s IMDb TV service, where you can watch all of its seasons for free, with ads. The service has a great selection of other classic and recent TV shows to watch for free as well.

    Other FAQs

    Q: How many people can stream at the same time on AMC Plus?

    A: There does not appear to be a limit for how many users can stream on one account at the moment.

    Q: Does AMC Plus offer the livestream from Shudder, so we can watch new episodes of The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs when they debut?

    A: Right now, the service does not offer the Shudder live feed, but new episodes of The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs will drop on AMC Plus about a day after they show up on the Shudder live feed.

    Q: Can the service be shared with friends and family?

    A: Yes. The service can be shared without worrying about interrupted streams.

    Q: Does AMC Plus offer streams in 4K?

    A: At the moment, there is no content with 4K support on the service.

    Q: Does AMC Plus have a free plan?

    A: Currently the service does not have a free plan, but it does have a seven-day free trial.

    Q: Does the service feature advertisements?

    A: AMC Plus does not feature ads.

    Q: Why can’t I watch old episodes of The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, and Better Call Saul on AMC Plus?

    A: Currently the on-demand streaming rights to older seasons of those shows are available on other services. The Walking Dead Universe channel on AMC Plus does stream older episodes of those shows 24/7, but you cannot pick and choose which episode you can watch.

    Q: Does the service work with a VPN?

    A: Although it’s not officially supported, many of the best VPN services work with AMC Plus.

    Q: Can I download shows from the service and watch them offline?

    A: At the moment, the service does not support downloads for offline viewing.


    That’s everything we know about AMC Plus. It’s likely that this service will continue to grow and add more new exclusive shows, along with adding classic series from its back catalog, in the coming months.

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    The family of cable TV networks and streaming services under the AMC Networks is pretty large. It also has some of the most acclaimed and popular TV series of all time. Now AMC Networks is giving folks without a cable subscription a way to access most of the company’s cable and streaming content under one umbrella service. It’s called AMC Plus, and it may be one of the best bargains in streaming at the moment.

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    In this article, we will give you the info on AMC Plus, including pricing, availability, content, and more. You can sign up for the service at the link below, for a special limited-time Black Friday price of just $1.99 a month for the first 12 months if you sign up for an annual plan.

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    AMC Plus

    AMC Plus offers ad-free on-demand access to the library of shows and movies from the AMC Networks family of cable TV and streaming services.

    What is AMC Plus?

    Launched in June 2020, AMC Plus offers live and on-demand content from many of the AMC Networks cable TV channels and streaming services. That includes streaming services like Shudder, IFC Films Unlimited, and Sundance Now, along with content from the AMC and BBC America cable channels.

    It has a big library of films and TV shows from all those sources, including new episodes of the three current series set in The Walking Dead universe. You can also stream classic shows like Breaking Bad, Killing Eve, and more, and find exclusive original movies and shows that are only available on the service.

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    Where is it available?

    AMC Plus is available in the United States as a stand-alone service. It’s also available as an add-on via several cable and online TV services. You can also access the service in Canada and Australia, but only via Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV channels.

    How much does AMC Plus cost?

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    Normally, the service costs $8.99 a month in the US. It’s also available as an annual subscription, which normally costs $89.99. As we mentioned, the service is currently running a Black Friday promotion in the US, which lowers the annual plan to just $24.88 for the first year, or $1.99 a month.

    By comparison, a subscription to Shudder or IFC Films Unlimited costs $5.99 a month each, and Sundance Now costs $6.99 a month. Basically, you are getting all the content from three streaming services, plus all the content from AMC and BBC America, for a much lower combined price tag.

    Can I get AMC Plus for free?

    There is a seven-day free trial, which allows full access to all content. You can cancel your subscription before the trial ends in order to avoid being charged. In addition, if you are a new or current Verizon customer, you can get a year of the service for free if you buy a new 5G phone with a device payment plan. The free year is also available for Verizon Fios internet and TV customers who sign up for one of its Mix and Match plans, while Verizon Start Unlimited customers can get six months of the service for free.

    Is the service worth the cost?

    AMC Plus of the Year

    AMC Plus offers a ton of content that isn’t available anywhere else. Current fans of The Walking Dead will not only be able to watch the 11th and final season of the show, but they can catch new episodes a week before they debut on the AMC cable channel. That also goes for new episodes of the spin-off shows, Fear The Walking Dead and The Walking Dead: World Beyond. You can also watch live channels like AMC, BBC America, IFC, and SundanceTV without a cable subscription. There’s even a Walking Dead Universe streaming channel that shows episodes from past seasons of The Walking Dead you won’t find on-demand from AMC Plus.

    The service includes ad-free access to classic shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Killing Eve, and more. New episodes of shows, like the current season of Doctor Who, go live the next day on AMC Plus, and you can watch its library of films as well, ad-free. In addition, the service is adding new shows that are exclusive to AMC Plus in the US, such as Kin, Ragdoll, and more. More recently, it has added new movies exclusive to the service, including sci-fi movie Apex, horror western Prisoners of the Ghostland, and more.

    What platforms and devices does AMC Plus support?

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    The service is available on iOS and Android mobile platforms. AMC Plus apps are also available for the Apple TV set-top box, Android TV devices, and smart televisions, as well as for the Roku and Amazon Fire TV sticks. In addition, PC users can surf over to amcplus.com and watch the service’s content on a web browser.

    You can sign up for AMC Plus via Apple TV Channels, Amazon Prime Video Channels, or The Roku Channel, so you won’t have to remember another login and password. Some cable, satellite, and internet TV providers offer the service as an add-on, including Comcast Xfinity, Dish, DirecTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.

    As we mentioned, AMC Plus is available in a limited capacity in Canada and Australia, via Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV channels. However, content from BBC America is not included in either country. In Australia, the service does include movies and shows from another AMC Networks streaming service, Acorn TV.

    Other features

    AMC Plus screenshot

    AMC Plus lets users browse its content from a variety of different categories. It also has hubs where you can browse for content from each of the AMC Plus providers. That includes all the Walking Dead content, along with movies, documentaries, and more. The service does not appear to currently support features like parental controls or 4K streaming. However, you can stop watching a movie or TV show and save it to a “My Stuff” watchlist. You can then start where you left off when you go back to the content.

    The user interface is a bit hard to navigate on the mobile, smart TV, and web apps, and it’s not always clear where you can access the content you want to watch. However, the Search function is there if you need to find specific shows and movies.

    What’s on AMC Plus?

    AMC Plus Ragdoll

    The service includes some of the best TV series ever made, including full seasons of shows like Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Killing Eve, and many more. You will also find some one-season shows that still deserve a look, like Rubicon, Feed The Beast, and others. In addition, there are classic and recent films from AMC, BBC America, IFC, and Sundance TV. If you love Shudder, all of the great horror movie content is available to watch on AMC Plus as well.

    Exclusive AMC Plus shows and movies

    AMC Plus has recently been adding shows and movies that are unavailable through any other streaming service in the US. This includes a number of indie movies, as well as TV shows imported from the UK. Here’s a quick look at some of those shows and movies:

    • Ultra City Smiths — A crime noir series that is produced by animating children’s dolls. Yep, that’s what we said.
    • The North Water — Colin Farrell stars in this UK series set in the mid-19th century on a whaling boat in the Arctic.
    • Anna — An Italian series about a disease that kills nearly all adults in the world, leaving children to fend for themselves.
    • Ragdoll — A UK crime series about the police searching for a brutal serial killer.
    • Archenemy — In this movie, Joe Manganiello plays a man claiming to be a superhero from a parallel world, who lost his powers when he came to our world.
    • Apex — A sci-fi version of The Most Dangerous Game, this movie stars Bruce Willis.

    AMC Plus will be adding more new shows and movies in the months ahead.

    Alternatives

    AMC Plus is a relatively new streaming service, but there are some alternatives you can check out that offer similar content.

    Netflix

    The Walking Dead on Netflix

    If you are a fan of The Walking Dead, Netflix offers the first 10 seasons of the zombie show to stream on-demand. It also has two other classic AMC shows, Breaking Bad, and the first four seasons of its spinoff, Better Call Saul. Of course, it also has a ton of other great shows, movies, and original content to stream as well.

    Hulu

    Fear The Walking Dead on Hulu

    In addition to all of its other movies and TV shows, Hulu is the only streaming location for the first six seasons of Fear The Walking Dead. It also has some AMC shows that are not currently on AMC Plus, including the western series The Son, the odd anthology series Lodge 49, and others.

    IMDb TV

    Mad Men on IMDb TV

    Want to watch Mad Men, but don’t want to pay for AMC Plus? Head over to Amazon’s IMDb TV service, where you can watch all of its seasons for free, with ads. The service has a great selection of other classic and recent TV shows to watch for free as well.

    Other FAQs

    Q: How many people can stream at the same time on AMC Plus?

    A: There does not appear to be a limit for how many users can stream on one account at the moment.

    Q: Does AMC Plus offer the livestream from Shudder, so we can watch new episodes of The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs when they debut?

    A: Right now, the service does not offer the Shudder live feed, but new episodes of The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs will drop on AMC Plus about a day after they show up on the Shudder live feed.

    Q: Can the service be shared with friends and family?

    A: Yes. The service can be shared without worrying about interrupted streams.

    Q: Does AMC Plus offer streams in 4K?

    A: At the moment, there is no content with 4K support on the service.

    Q: Does AMC Plus have a free plan?

    A: Currently the service does not have a free plan, but it does have a seven-day free trial.

    Q: Does the service feature advertisements?

    A: AMC Plus does not feature ads.

    Q: Why can’t I watch old episodes of The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, and Better Call Saul on AMC Plus?

    A: Currently the on-demand streaming rights to older seasons of those shows are available on other services. The Walking Dead Universe channel on AMC Plus does stream older episodes of those shows 24/7, but you cannot pick and choose which episode you can watch.

    Q: Does the service work with a VPN?

    A: Although it’s not officially supported, many of the best VPN services work with AMC Plus.

    Q: Can I download shows from the service and watch them offline?

    A: At the moment, the service does not support downloads for offline viewing.


    That’s everything we know about AMC Plus. It’s likely that this service will continue to grow and add more new exclusive shows, along with adding classic series from its back catalog, in the coming months.

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    ) [6] => Array ( [title] => UK news market share analysis across print, broadcast and online [link] => https://debatepost.com/uk-news-market-share-analysis-across-print-broadcast-and-online/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Paul ) [pubdate] => Thu, 25 Nov 2021 14:22:43 +0000 [category] => Movie Production CompaniesAnalysisbroadcastmarketNewsOnlineprintShare [guid] => https://debatepost.com/uk-news-market-share-analysis-across-print-broadcast-and-online/ [description] => A handful of publishers control both the UK’s print and digital news markets, according to a Press Gazette analysis of the latest data. While digital news is less concentrated than the UK’s newspaper industry, two publishers – Reach and the BBC accounted for half of all visits to the top 50 news sites accessed from ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

    A handful of publishers control both the UK’s print and digital news markets, according to a Press Gazette analysis of the latest data.

    While digital news is less concentrated than the UK’s newspaper industry, two publishers – Reach and the BBC accounted for half of all visits to the top 50 news sites accessed from the UK in September.

    Analysis of data from Similarweb shows that of the combined 1.6bn visits to these 50 sites, 628 million (38%) were to the BBC sites, while 289 million (18%) were to Reach’s national and local digital brands. Reach also owns more sites (17) in the top 50 than any other publisher, among them express.co.uk, mirror.co.uk and manchestereveningnews.co.uk. While Similarweb’s data for the BBC includes visits to its general homepage rather than just its news pages, other data sources confirm BBC News’ digital dominance.

    Analysis of a changing list of the leading 50 sites each month since the start of 2019 further suggests that the level of concentration has changed little in the last three years. Although smaller players drop in and out of the top 50 sites list each month suggesting there is variety in digital news consumption, BBC and Reach have largely maintained their share of visits. In January 2019, sites owned by the two publishers together accounted for 53% of UK visits among the top 50.

    The share of traffic garnered by the sites of other leading publishers (among them Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT), which owns the Mail, Metro and i, and News Corp, which owns The Sun and The Times) has also shifted little since 2019. Taken together, visits to the five biggest publishers after Reach and the BBC (DMGT, The Scott Trust, News Corp, Lebedev Holdings, and Barclay family-owned Press Holdings) came to 31% of all visits in January 2019 and 28% in September 2021.

    Although declining print circulation makes it a somewhat less useful barometer of the UK’s media diet, analysis shows that newspaper ownership remains highly concentrated. Although we have  used their last year of reported data to impute circulation figures for The Sun, the Telegraph and The Times which longer report to ABC, our analysis suggests that two men – DMGT owner Lord Rothermere and News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch – control almost two thirds (62%) of the national daily print market based on average circulation per issue in 2021 so far. Both the Rothermere family and Murdoch have been important presences in the UK’s print market. Lord Rothermere recently agreed a takeover plan with DMGT in a move that will see the group taken private, consolidating his dominance of the more than 100-year old firm.

    Reach, which owns nine national newspapers including The Mirror and The Daily Star accounts for 16% of market share so far in 2021. Together Reach, DMGT and News UK take 80% of the UK national daily print market. Press Gazette’s analysis includes free dailies the Evening Standard and Metro but excludes non-UK wide titles such as the Daily Record.

    Although the pandemic and before that the rise of digital news have caused significant disruption to the print news market, the data shows that the balance of power between the major news groups has not shifted markedly over the last decade. Concentration levels have remained fairly similar in the last ten years, although DMGT has increased its share of the national daily market from 30% in 2010 to 39% in 2021, partly down to its acquisition of the i at the end of 2019.

    When it comes to revenue, the same newspaper publishers who dominate circulation do best when it comes to overall revenue (print and digital properties). News Corp, DMG Media (DMGT’s consumer media arm) and Reach Plc together account for 70% of the revenue share of seven leading legacy media groups in the UK.

    Rupert Murdoch’s hold over various media properties has been a major talking point in the UK and his pre-eminent role has not just been limited to the written word. Until recently, Murdoch controlled a major part of the country’s satellite TV market through Twentieth Century Fox’s ownership of Sky News. Murdoch’s decision in 2018 to sell his company’s 39% stake in Sky to US giant Comcast has however loosened his hold on the UK broadcast market.

    According to data from Ofcom, the BBC dominates the UK’s TV news landscape. An average 57% of UK adults were reached by the news on BBC One each week in 2020 – 70% more than the closest competitor, ITV (34%). Despite making more than five times the profit of the BBC in 2020 (£1.4 billion for Sky vs £227 million for the BBC) Sky’s news channel reached just 10% of UK adults each week on average in 2020.

    When it comes to radio, our analysis of listening figures for the UK’s leading talk radio stations also suggest that the BBC is way out ahead. Non de-duped figures show that 36% of all people who listened to the radio in the last quarter were reached by one of the BBC’s talk or news stations (BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 live and BBC World Service). In contrast, just 6% of the radio listening public were reached by Global-owned LBC and LBC News, while 2% were reached by Murdoch’s Wireless stations talkRadio and Times Radio. Our analysis excludes stations that focus exclusively on sports news.

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    ) [summary] => A handful of publishers control both the UK’s print and digital news markets, according to a Press Gazette analysis of the latest data. While digital news is less concentrated than the UK’s newspaper industry, two publishers – Reach and the BBC accounted for half of all visits to the top 50 news sites accessed from ... Read more [atom_content] =>

    A handful of publishers control both the UK’s print and digital news markets, according to a Press Gazette analysis of the latest data.

    While digital news is less concentrated than the UK’s newspaper industry, two publishers – Reach and the BBC accounted for half of all visits to the top 50 news sites accessed from the UK in September.

    Analysis of data from Similarweb shows that of the combined 1.6bn visits to these 50 sites, 628 million (38%) were to the BBC sites, while 289 million (18%) were to Reach’s national and local digital brands. Reach also owns more sites (17) in the top 50 than any other publisher, among them express.co.uk, mirror.co.uk and manchestereveningnews.co.uk. While Similarweb’s data for the BBC includes visits to its general homepage rather than just its news pages, other data sources confirm BBC News’ digital dominance.

    Analysis of a changing list of the leading 50 sites each month since the start of 2019 further suggests that the level of concentration has changed little in the last three years. Although smaller players drop in and out of the top 50 sites list each month suggesting there is variety in digital news consumption, BBC and Reach have largely maintained their share of visits. In January 2019, sites owned by the two publishers together accounted for 53% of UK visits among the top 50.

    The share of traffic garnered by the sites of other leading publishers (among them Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT), which owns the Mail, Metro and i, and News Corp, which owns The Sun and The Times) has also shifted little since 2019. Taken together, visits to the five biggest publishers after Reach and the BBC (DMGT, The Scott Trust, News Corp, Lebedev Holdings, and Barclay family-owned Press Holdings) came to 31% of all visits in January 2019 and 28% in September 2021.

    Although declining print circulation makes it a somewhat less useful barometer of the UK’s media diet, analysis shows that newspaper ownership remains highly concentrated. Although we have  used their last year of reported data to impute circulation figures for The Sun, the Telegraph and The Times which longer report to ABC, our analysis suggests that two men – DMGT owner Lord Rothermere and News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch – control almost two thirds (62%) of the national daily print market based on average circulation per issue in 2021 so far. Both the Rothermere family and Murdoch have been important presences in the UK’s print market. Lord Rothermere recently agreed a takeover plan with DMGT in a move that will see the group taken private, consolidating his dominance of the more than 100-year old firm.

    Reach, which owns nine national newspapers including The Mirror and The Daily Star accounts for 16% of market share so far in 2021. Together Reach, DMGT and News UK take 80% of the UK national daily print market. Press Gazette’s analysis includes free dailies the Evening Standard and Metro but excludes non-UK wide titles such as the Daily Record.

    Although the pandemic and before that the rise of digital news have caused significant disruption to the print news market, the data shows that the balance of power between the major news groups has not shifted markedly over the last decade. Concentration levels have remained fairly similar in the last ten years, although DMGT has increased its share of the national daily market from 30% in 2010 to 39% in 2021, partly down to its acquisition of the i at the end of 2019.

    When it comes to revenue, the same newspaper publishers who dominate circulation do best when it comes to overall revenue (print and digital properties). News Corp, DMG Media (DMGT’s consumer media arm) and Reach Plc together account for 70% of the revenue share of seven leading legacy media groups in the UK.

    Rupert Murdoch’s hold over various media properties has been a major talking point in the UK and his pre-eminent role has not just been limited to the written word. Until recently, Murdoch controlled a major part of the country’s satellite TV market through Twentieth Century Fox’s ownership of Sky News. Murdoch’s decision in 2018 to sell his company’s 39% stake in Sky to US giant Comcast has however loosened his hold on the UK broadcast market.

    According to data from Ofcom, the BBC dominates the UK’s TV news landscape. An average 57% of UK adults were reached by the news on BBC One each week in 2020 – 70% more than the closest competitor, ITV (34%). Despite making more than five times the profit of the BBC in 2020 (£1.4 billion for Sky vs £227 million for the BBC) Sky’s news channel reached just 10% of UK adults each week on average in 2020.

    When it comes to radio, our analysis of listening figures for the UK’s leading talk radio stations also suggest that the BBC is way out ahead. Non de-duped figures show that 36% of all people who listened to the radio in the last quarter were reached by one of the BBC’s talk or news stations (BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 live and BBC World Service). In contrast, just 6% of the radio listening public were reached by Global-owned LBC and LBC News, while 2% were reached by Murdoch’s Wireless stations talkRadio and Times Radio. Our analysis excludes stations that focus exclusively on sports news.

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    One of the creators of the series, Bill Prady, has confessed that the actor did not finish convincing Chuck Lorre in the first test and that they even offered the role to Johnny Galecki (Leonard).

    Almost two years after its outcome and with twelve seasons and almost 300 episodes behind it, no one will deny that The Big Bang Theory is one of those comedies that will go down in history like others that are now remembered with greater or lesser nostalgia – depending on the generation to which you belong- but whose existence and importance is known to all. In addition, constantly broadcasting on thematic channels, where it can be seen again and again, the CBS ‘sitcom’ continues to gain followers of all ages, while those who already were also have the potential to stay and see it if the they catch by chance. Nor will anyone deny you that the secret of the success of The Big Bang Theory lies in one of his characters: the always genuine Sheldon Cooper played by Jim Parsons. Nevertheless, You may be surprised to learn that the actor was on the verge of being rejected for the role.

    Now it is impossible to think that any other actor would have put himself in the shoes of the theoretical physicist who would end up winning the Nobel Prize, but the co-creator of the series Bill Prady has confessed in an appearance on the ‘podcast’ At Home with the Creative Coalition that they were about to write off Parsons. According to the producer, it was his partner, the famous Chuck Lorre, who thought the actor was too perfect after casting, which led him to be somewhat skeptical as to whether he would be able to perform the role with consistency. Lorre’s doubts, however, were dispelled with a second test the next day.

    According to Prady, they came to value the test of about 100 actors, but when Jim Parsons was carrying out his, they quickly began to think that, indeed, they were in front of the person they were looking for: “Jim came in and he was already, from the casting, the Sheldon that we all saw in the series”, assures the producer.

    [Jim Parsons] He built the character in that test. As soon as he left, I turned around and exclaimed: ‘It’s him! Is he! Is he!’. And Chuck said, ‘Nah, it’s going to break your heart. You won’t be able to interpret it the same way anymore.

    “I have to say that, in the history of my relationship with Chuck, the number of times that I am right and that Chuck can not be … I think one,” Prady explained amused. “This may be the only example where I was right. Jim Parsons came back the next day and gave us the exact same interpretation again. It was clear to me: ‘This is Sheldon’.

    Curiously, the few hours in which Jim Parsons came close to not being Sheldon were due solely and exclusively to being too good. A reality that would continue to show without ups and downs during the 12 seasons of career of The Big Bang Theory. The ‘sitcom’ could have better or worse deliveries, but the level of quality of Parsons’ performance remained intact until the end. Also interesting is the fact that, before the casting, the character was offered first to Johnny Galecki, but the actor rejected it, preferring to play Leonard. That decision would be Jim Parsons’ big break., which would end up winning a lot of awards for his role and would be a catapult for his career.

    Ultimately, it would be Jim Parsons’ individual decision precisely the one that would end a long history of success on CBS. When the interpreter decided not to renew his contract with the ‘sitcom’ to dedicate himself to other projects, the team decided that the time had come to put an end to the fiction. And it is that, really, Sheldon Cooper was Big Bang.

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    ) [summary] => One of the creators of the series, Bill Prady, has confessed that the actor did not finish convincing Chuck Lorre in the first test and that they even offered the role to Johnny Galecki (Leonard). Almost two years after its outcome and with twelve seasons and almost 300 episodes behind it, no one will deny ... Read more [atom_content] =>

    One of the creators of the series, Bill Prady, has confessed that the actor did not finish convincing Chuck Lorre in the first test and that they even offered the role to Johnny Galecki (Leonard).

    Almost two years after its outcome and with twelve seasons and almost 300 episodes behind it, no one will deny that The Big Bang Theory is one of those comedies that will go down in history like others that are now remembered with greater or lesser nostalgia – depending on the generation to which you belong- but whose existence and importance is known to all. In addition, constantly broadcasting on thematic channels, where it can be seen again and again, the CBS ‘sitcom’ continues to gain followers of all ages, while those who already were also have the potential to stay and see it if the they catch by chance. Nor will anyone deny you that the secret of the success of The Big Bang Theory lies in one of his characters: the always genuine Sheldon Cooper played by Jim Parsons. Nevertheless, You may be surprised to learn that the actor was on the verge of being rejected for the role.

    Now it is impossible to think that any other actor would have put himself in the shoes of the theoretical physicist who would end up winning the Nobel Prize, but the co-creator of the series Bill Prady has confessed in an appearance on the ‘podcast’ At Home with the Creative Coalition that they were about to write off Parsons. According to the producer, it was his partner, the famous Chuck Lorre, who thought the actor was too perfect after casting, which led him to be somewhat skeptical as to whether he would be able to perform the role with consistency. Lorre’s doubts, however, were dispelled with a second test the next day.

    According to Prady, they came to value the test of about 100 actors, but when Jim Parsons was carrying out his, they quickly began to think that, indeed, they were in front of the person they were looking for: “Jim came in and he was already, from the casting, the Sheldon that we all saw in the series”, assures the producer.

    [Jim Parsons] He built the character in that test. As soon as he left, I turned around and exclaimed: ‘It’s him! Is he! Is he!’. And Chuck said, ‘Nah, it’s going to break your heart. You won’t be able to interpret it the same way anymore.

    “I have to say that, in the history of my relationship with Chuck, the number of times that I am right and that Chuck can not be … I think one,” Prady explained amused. “This may be the only example where I was right. Jim Parsons came back the next day and gave us the exact same interpretation again. It was clear to me: ‘This is Sheldon’.

    Curiously, the few hours in which Jim Parsons came close to not being Sheldon were due solely and exclusively to being too good. A reality that would continue to show without ups and downs during the 12 seasons of career of The Big Bang Theory. The ‘sitcom’ could have better or worse deliveries, but the level of quality of Parsons’ performance remained intact until the end. Also interesting is the fact that, before the casting, the character was offered first to Johnny Galecki, but the actor rejected it, preferring to play Leonard. That decision would be Jim Parsons’ big break., which would end up winning a lot of awards for his role and would be a catapult for his career.

    Ultimately, it would be Jim Parsons’ individual decision precisely the one that would end a long history of success on CBS. When the interpreter decided not to renew his contract with the ‘sitcom’ to dedicate himself to other projects, the team decided that the time had come to put an end to the fiction. And it is that, really, Sheldon Cooper was Big Bang.

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    This final stretch of 221 could not be more exciting for Julia Stiles since she is pregnant. The 40-year-old actress, who became popular in the late 1990s thanks to her starring role in the romantic comedy 10 reasons to hate you where he shared a cast with the remembered Heath Ledger, She is going one step further in her relationship with assistant cameraman Preston J. Cook by expanding the beautiful family they have formed together. The couple have kept this sweet wait a secret until this week, when her latest public appearance has spoken for itself. The interpreter posed radiantly and showing off her tummy thanks to a tight black dress with a high neck in a New York cinema in which he attended the screening of the film The Humans.





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    The couple, who met in 2015 when they were filming the The protector at the command of Daniel Alfredson, is going to welcome her second baby, thus making her older brother Strummer Newcomb, who just turned four. The little boy was born on October 20, 2017 at Mount Sinai Hospital although, true to their discretion, his parents did not announce the happy news until a month later. The boy, whose original name was not to the liking of the whole family as Julia herself had fun on the television show Wake Up with Taylor, filled their lives with joy. Now that happiness will be completed with the arrival of a new member who has not yet revealed if it is a boy again or this time it is a girl.

    For the American interpreter, who has worked on such relevant titles as The myth of Bourne, Dexter, The shadow of the devil, The smile of Mona Lisa or Scammers of Wall Street, Among others, being a mother has had a direct influence on her career and has made her improve when she gets in front of the cameras. “One of the most remarkable things is that, in many ways, having my attention focused on my son has made me a better actress because I don’t go home every night thinking about every little scene, every little line and obsessed with my work, “she said in a statement made to People.



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    Julia grew up in the New York neighborhood of Soho, attending school first Friends Seminary and later to the Professional Children’s School. She completed her training by studying English Literature at Columbia University, but as a teenager she began to try her luck as an actress and decided to make it her profession. Being an actress has given her great joys, including having met her husband, whom she married in 2017, while she was pregnant. They had an intimate wedding on a Seattle beach with some friends to coincide with the Labor Day holiday. The year before, on Christmas Eve, Preston asked her to marry him while on vacation in Isla Grande, Colombia.



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    This final stretch of 221 could not be more exciting for Julia Stiles since she is pregnant. The 40-year-old actress, who became popular in the late 1990s thanks to her starring role in the romantic comedy 10 reasons to hate you where he shared a cast with the remembered Heath Ledger, She is going one step further in her relationship with assistant cameraman Preston J. Cook by expanding the beautiful family they have formed together. The couple have kept this sweet wait a secret until this week, when her latest public appearance has spoken for itself. The interpreter posed radiantly and showing off her tummy thanks to a tight black dress with a high neck in a New York cinema in which he attended the screening of the film The Humans.





    Heath Ledger’s sister’s emotional tribute on the 10th anniversary of his death

    -Dexter, the bloodstain specialist serial killer, returns to the small screen

    The couple, who met in 2015 when they were filming the The protector at the command of Daniel Alfredson, is going to welcome her second baby, thus making her older brother Strummer Newcomb, who just turned four. The little boy was born on October 20, 2017 at Mount Sinai Hospital although, true to their discretion, his parents did not announce the happy news until a month later. The boy, whose original name was not to the liking of the whole family as Julia herself had fun on the television show Wake Up with Taylor, filled their lives with joy. Now that happiness will be completed with the arrival of a new member who has not yet revealed if it is a boy again or this time it is a girl.

    For the American interpreter, who has worked on such relevant titles as The myth of Bourne, Dexter, The shadow of the devil, The smile of Mona Lisa or Scammers of Wall Street, Among others, being a mother has had a direct influence on her career and has made her improve when she gets in front of the cameras. “One of the most remarkable things is that, in many ways, having my attention focused on my son has made me a better actress because I don’t go home every night thinking about every little scene, every little line and obsessed with my work, “she said in a statement made to People.



    A love story behind the lights and a surprise wedding

    Julia grew up in the New York neighborhood of Soho, attending school first Friends Seminary and later to the Professional Children’s School. She completed her training by studying English Literature at Columbia University, but as a teenager she began to try her luck as an actress and decided to make it her profession. Being an actress has given her great joys, including having met her husband, whom she married in 2017, while she was pregnant. They had an intimate wedding on a Seattle beach with some friends to coincide with the Labor Day holiday. The year before, on Christmas Eve, Preston asked her to marry him while on vacation in Isla Grande, Colombia.



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    They each brought their action background and comedic chops to the screen, but there was also a sprinkling of fancy footwork. Gadot recently revealed that she worried about Johnson hurting her toes during that smooth-looking dance scene.

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