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THR: ‘Continuum’ Creator Simon Barry, Stephen Hegyes Launch Genre Production Company

The below is fantastic news from The Hollywood Reporter (http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/continuum-creator-simon-barry-stephen-657360) The Vancouver-based Reality Distortion Field will develop original sci-fi, horror and fantasy film and TV content for a global fanboy audience. TORONTO — Former Brightlight Pictures partner Stephen Hegyes has pacted with Continuumcreator and … Continue reading

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Bringing Down The House: Disruptive Branding & Films

In Bringing Down The House we explore television and film industry trends. The marketing push behind films like Gravity, Blue Is The Warmest Colour and 12 Years A Slave show a growing trend. In an industry now dominated by franchises, remakes, sequels … Continue reading

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SHOWTIME’s Masters of Sex: Best of the Fall Slate

SHOWTIME’s Masters of Sex is a fascinating new show based on the true story of Masters & Johnson. Michael Sheen and Lizzy Caplan deliver two characters audiences can invest in. One troubled and the other naive. The supporting cast is … Continue reading

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Chapter 4: Part 2: The Good, The Bad and The C-Word

Chapter 4: Directed by James Foley, Co-written by Rick Cleveland & Beau Willimon Follow us on Twitter: @livingintheHOC The Man With No Politics We’ve established Frank’s apolitical nihilism centered on an ideology of power and control. Two compelling comparisons come to … Continue reading

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House Call With Michael Kelly: On Working With Fincher, Returning Favours & Doing What It Takes As Doug Stamper

If anything is indicative of Michael Kelly’s (@michaeljkellyjr) versatility as a performer it’s how incredibly different he is from House of Cards (@HouseofCards) doppelgänger Doug Stamper. Immediately affable, humble and forthcoming in real life, Kelly conversely plays Stamper with the … Continue reading

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Chapter 4: Part 1: Of Mice And Women

Chapter 4: Directed by James Foley, Co-written by Rick Cleveland & Beau Willimon Follow us on Twitter: @livingintheHOC The deeper and farther we fall down the House of Cards (@HouseofCards) rabbit hole, the more inclined we are to believe that, while centred around … Continue reading

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House Call With Corey Stoll: The Morality & Universality of Peter Russo

Corey Stoll, who plays House of Card’s (@HouseofCards) troubled and tragic emotional/moral compass, Congressman Peter Russo, has become an expert at intense, unrelenting, committed and scene-stealing performances. A Manhattan native, he has woven his way through stage, film and television for over … Continue reading

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