Ryan Phillippe is feeling thankful for his family!
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EXCLUSIVE: Prime Video has ordered the coming-of-age ensemble drama Motorheads, from writer/showrunner John A. Norris (All American) and executive producer Jason Seagraves (Hacksaw Ridge), to series.
Ryan Phillippe (Shooter), Nathalie Kelley (The Baker and the Beauty), Michael Cimino (Never Have I Ever) and Melissa Collazo (One Of Us Is Lying) have been set as series regulars.
Motorheads is about first love, first heartbreak, and turning the key in your very first car. Set in a once-thriving rust-belt town that’s now searching for a glimmer of hope, the series is the adrenaline-filled story of a group of outsiders who form an unlikely friendship over a mutual love of automobiles. And while some characters will be navigating the hierarchy and rules of high school, others will be racing from a dark past.
Phillippe will portray Logan, a former NASCAR mechanic who now owns an auto body shop in his hometown of Ironwood, Pennsylvania. Logan is having trouble keeping his shop afloat and lives in the shadow of his infamous brother, Christian Maddox.
Kelley has been cast as Samantha, an ER nurse who’s just left her job in New York City to move back with her kids to her rust-belt hometown.
Cimino stars as Zac, who knows his dad was a street racing legend in Ironwood, and is desperately trying to live up to his father’s reputation as the best there ever was.
Collazo will bring Caitlyn to life. She is Zac’s sister and a mechanical wiz who’s passionate about cars and knows how to fix them. Caitlyn hopes that moving to her parents’ hometown will help her get a clue into the disappearance of their father.
“Motorheads is a gripping story, anchored around the series of ‘firsts’ that accompany young adulthood. We have an incredible
Ryan Phillippe is feeling thankful for his family!
Brent Lang Executive Editor Saban Films has acquired U.S. rights to “Knox Goes Away,” a thriller about a contract killer with dementia that wasdirected by and stars Michael Keaton.
Rob Reiner has confirmed that the sequel to his 1984 heavy metal mockumentary This Is Spinal Tap is due to begin shooting next year and will feature a number of real-life musicians. “We’re making a sequel,” Reiner said during an appearance on comedian Richard Herring's podcast.
UK agency Casarotto Ramsay & Associates has hired Sara Johnson and Julie Fernandez, co-founders of Bridge06.
Tom Jones, Bryan Adams, Madness and Sting have been announced as headliners for the inaugural Plymouth Summer Sessions festival 2024.Gabrielle, Cassyette, The Lightning Seeds and Blondie will also perform as support at the shows between June 13-16 at The Plymouth Hoe.Tickets are set to go on sale Friday (December 1) at 9am GMT, and you can buy your tickets here.A post shared by Sir Tom Jones (@realsirtomjones)Jones will kick off the first-ever Plymouth Summer Sessions on Thursday, June 13 with support from Gabrielle. Adams will then take to the stage on Friday, 14 June alongside special guest Cassyette.Madness are set to headline Saturday, June 15, joined by The Lightning Seeds, and Sting will close out the debut Plymouth Summer Sessions with special guest Blondie.“We are thrilled to bring together an extraordinary lineup of legendary artists for the first-ever Plymouth Summer Sessions,” said Peter Taylor, co-founder of festival partner Cuffe & Taylor in a press statement.“We can’t wait to enliven the spectacular location that is The Hoe, with the magic of world-class music.
John Mulaney is opening up about his connection to the late Matthew Perry.
Ryan Phillippe shared some rare photos of his daughter Kai, 12, over Thanksgiving! The photos also feature three of his nieces, according to fans in the comments.
SPOILER ALERT: This story discusses several major plot developments throughout the animated series “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” currently streaming on Netflix. On a bright day in late October, the creators of the new Netflix anime series “Scott Pilgrim Takes Off,” Bryan Lee O’Malley and BenDavid Grabinski, sit inside a Los Angeles arcade bar, trying to look relaxed. “This is going to be a relief,” Grabinski says. But he doesn’t look quite convinced.
It was a big night for Taylor Swift and Morgan Wallen at the 2023 Billboard Music Awards as they both took the most trophies.
SPOILER ALERT: This post contains details from the plot of John Wick: Chapter 4.
Todd Gilchrist editor Wes Anderson’s “Asteroid City” is a nesting doll of a film—a television broadcast of a documentary about a play, assembled with the same precision and detail as Anderson’s “The Royal Tenenbaums,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and “The French Dispatch” among others. Thematically, the connective tissue between its layers of reality, like many of those earlier films, is the notion and processing of loss.
EXCLUSIVE: Film director Michelle Danner has finished Principal Photography on The Italians, stars Abigail Breslin, Matthew Daddario, Rob Estes, David DeLuise, Perrey Reeves, Olivia Luccardi, and Lainie Kazan.
The Bosch universe is expanding further. Prime Video has given a 10-episode series order to the Untitled Renée Ballard project, a Bosch spinoff about the LAPD’s Cold Case Division.
When Bryan Lee O’Malley created Scott Pilgrim in the early ‘00s, it was picked up by anindependent book publisher and released in six black and white volumes. Twenty years later,Scott Pilgrim has been adapted into multiple formats including a live-action movie, a videogame, and reprinted countless times.
Coronation Street star Ryan Prescott has been told 'you look so happy' as he was seen enjoying his life away from the cobbles. The actor has had a very busy year on the ITV soap as Ryan Connor after his character suffered life-changing injuries in a shock acid attack.
Scott Pilgrim Takes Off has been released – check it out below.Based on Bryan Lee O’Malley’s graphic novels, the Netflix animated series serves as a revamped version of the original story, which saw Scott Pilgrim face down seven evil exes in order to be with the girl of his dreams, Ramona Flowers.The show also brings back the cast from Edgar Wright’s 2010 live-action film Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, including Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kieran Culkin and Chris Evans.Joseph Trapanese (The Witcher) and chiptune-based pop rock band Anamanaguchi, who composed the soundtrack for the Scott Pilgrim video game, collaborated on the show’s score.Speaking about the soundtrack, Anamanaguchi said: “It was wonderful to work with a team of such talented & imaginative artists.
Bryan Adams returns to the road for the second leg of his ‘So Happy It Hurts Tour’ with The Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart on select dates from January through March.Toward the end of the run, the 64-year-old Canadian rocker will swing into Newark, NJ’s Prudential Center on Saturday, March 16.At all shows, fans can expect a career retrospective from Adams’ storied catalog as well as an introduction to his Grammy-nominated 2022 album “So Happy It Hurts” that shares a name with the tour.And if you want tickets to rock out with your “first real six string” alongside Adams next year, you can snag your tickets as soon as today.Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Nov. 17, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.A complete calendar including all 29 North American tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found here:Adams has been touring all year long.Most recently, he’s played a handful of shows in Cape Town, South Africa.
EXCLUSIVE: Tony winner Adrienne Warren is set to star in and executive produce Dreamland, a period drama series in development at Peacock from Aaron Kaplan’s Kapital Entertainment and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.
Bryan Adams has announced a 31-date tour with Dave Stewart from Eurythmics supporting him – find all information below.The ‘Summer of ’69’ musician will tour the US throughout 2024, beginning at Billings, Montana and finishing in Syracuse, New York. He will also make stops at Austin, Texas, Mexico City, Omaha, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and more.
Deacon Phillippe is showing off his very impressive New York City apartment!