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Juno Temple, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Jason Leigh Board ‘Fargo’ Season 5 at FX

The fifth season of Fargo has lined up its lead actors. Ted Lasso favorite Juno Temple, Jon Hamm and Jennifer Jason Leigh will star in the FX anthology. Per usual with the show from creator Noah Hawley, details are scant at the moment. In fact, all FX released Monday were character names: “Dot” for Temple, […]

FX Gives New Details on ‘Alien’ TV Series, Teases “Big Surprises”

FX gave new details about its highly anticipated Alien TV series from Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley. FX chief John Landgraf told reporters at the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday that Hawley would shoot a new season of Fargo — which was just renewed for season five — before Alien. “We need to shoot […]

‘Fargo’ Scores Fifth Season at FX

FX is booking a return trip to Fargo. The Disney-owned cable outlet has picked up season five of creator Noah Hawley’s anthology series. The renewal comes almost 15 months after season four concluded; casting and a premiere date are still to come. The long break between seasons isn’t unusual for Fargo: Following its debut in […]

DPs of ‘Mare of Easttown,’ ‘The Underground Railroad,’ ‘Fargo’ and ‘Small Axe’ Describe Their Visual Approaches

This year’s Emmy contenders in the competitive category of outstanding cinematography for a limited or anthology series or movie showcase a range of looks, from the period stories in Fargo, The Queen’s Gambit, Small Axe and The Underground Railroad to the contemporary setting of Mare of Easttown. HBO limited series Mare of Easttown, created by Brad Ingelsby, […]

‘Batman,’ ‘The Royal Tenenbaums,’ ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ and ‘Tootsie’ Set for Tribeca Drive-In Series

Tribeca Enterprises is posting up in Pasadena for another iteration of its Tribeca Drive-In series outside the Rose Bowl Stadium. Set for July 28-Aug. 26, the drive-in event will feature a lineup that includes Tribeca Festival encore screenings, classic films, family matinees, short films and sneak previews of features not yet in theaters. For example, […]

Noah Hawley Confirms ‘Alien’ TV series for FX Is “Not a Ripley Story,” Will Explore Inequality

Noah Hawley has two scripts down on his upcoming Alien TV series for FX and already knows it will not be about Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley. Speaking to Vanity Fair, the Legion showrunner offered a status update on the series and divulged some details about what fans can expect from the anticipated show. The series, which […]

‘Mare of Easttown,’ ‘This Is Us,’ ‘Fargo’ and More Creators on Crafting Season Finales

Mare of Easttown (HBO) Creator: Brad Ingelsby  “It was written as a limited, and it ends — there’s no more mystery to be solved. Kate [Winslet] and I, if we could crack a story that we were really proud of and felt like it was a deserving second chapter in Mare’s journey, then maybe. I […]

Frances McDormand Says ‘Fargo’ at One Point Included a “Right to Life Protest” Storyline

The Coen brothers’ Fargo at one point featured a minor storyline that could have sparked some political fireworks. Star Frances McDormand revealed what was in an earlier version of the script for the black comedy during a panel discussion following a 25th anniversary screening of the movie at the 2021 Tribeca Festival. While director Joel […]

“My Family Doesn’t Want to Be Overwhelmed by My Backside”: Regé-Jean Page, Chris Rock, John Boyega and the THR Drama Actor Roundtable

During the course of an hour in mid-May, five of the industry’s most talented actors, full-stop, convened for a conversation — part of The Hollywood Reporter‘s annual Emmy Roundtable series — that whipped between emotional and gut-busting with little warning. There was no subject off-limits as Bridgerton‘s Regé-Jean Page, The Crown‘s Josh O’Connor, Fargo‘s Chris […]

“How the Hell Are We Going to Do This?”: Lena Dunham, Noah Hawley, Steven Canals and the THR TV Director Roundtable

There’s nothing Zach Braff likes more than directing. It’s where he’s happiest, he says, surrounded by creative people, encouraging them to do their best work. It is also stressful — sometimes hugely so. “I read somewhere that first [assistant directors] don’t live very long, and that’s one of the reasons the DGA has such good […]

Golden Globes Snubs and Surprises: ‘Emily in Paris,’ ‘Music’ Earn Nods While ‘Da 5 Bloods,’ ‘I May Destroy You’ Shut Out

'The Prom's' James Corden earned an unexpected nomination over fellow star Meryl Streep with Rosamund Pike sneaking into the best actress in a motion picture, musical or comedy, as Tom Hanks, 'Malcolm & Marie,' 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always,' 'Fargo' and 'Insecure' weren't nominated.

‘Fargo’ Star Jessie Buckley and Showrunner Noah Hawley on the Show’s “Certain American Madness”

In a season focusing on the conflict between rival crime syndicates, the character with the highest body count may be the seemingly unassuming nurse Oraetta Mayflower, played by Buckley. In a conversation with Hawley, Buckley reveals that an unusual interest in death drew her to the role.