Niall Tóibín Dies: Award-Winning Irish Actor and Comedian Was 89

Tóibín kept working until last year, appearing in the Irish short film Remains. His movie resume includes Tom Cruise’s father in Far & Away, Judge Ballaugh in Veronica Guerin; a poteen-maker in Poitín,  and as islander Seán alongside Pierce Brosnan in The Nephew. He also had television appearances on RTE’s The Clinic; and was also credited in Ballykissangel, RAT, The Ballroom of Romance, King of the Castle, Brideshead Revisited and Frankie […]

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'The Little Mermaid' Live-Action Remake Finds Its Prince Eric in Jonah Hauer-King

Disney’s live-action The Little Mermaid has finally found its Prince Eric. Jonah Hauer-King, whose credits include A Dog’s Way Home and the recent, non-Greta Gerwig-directed BBC adaptation of Little Women, has landed the role of the human who falls hard for mermaid Ariel, played by Halle Bailey. At one point Harry Styles was announced in Prince Eric role, but the singer-turned-actor had to bow […]

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Vertical Entertainment Lands ‘Blood on Her Name’ Thriller – AFM

EXCLUSIVE: Vertical Entertainment has secured world distribution rights to the neo-noir thriller Blood on Her Name, with an aim for a day-and-date release in early 2020. Bethany Anne Lind (Reprisal, Ozark), Will Patton, (Remember The Titans, Armageddon) and Elizabeth Röhm (American Hustle, Joy) star in the film, which was picked up at the American Film Market. Directed by newcomer Matthew […]

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The Apprentice 2019 exit: Who left The Apprentice tonight?

This week on The Apprentice, the two teams were tasked with creating an advertising campaign to promote Finland as a summer holiday destination. Last week, Iasha Masood was sent home and this week, another hopeful was fired from Lord Sugar’s boardroom. Who left The Apprentice tonight? Marianne Rawlins, Ryan-Mark Parsons and Jemelin Artiga found themselves in the boardroom in week […]

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‘Dark Waters’ Review: Mark Ruffalo Takes on the Man in Todd Haynes’ Dreary Eco-Thriller

There’s something wrong with the land in West Virginia, and Mark Ruffalo is on the case. That’s the essence of “Dark Waters,” an urgent and respectable dramatization of corporate environmental defense attorney Rob Bilot’s saga as he takes on the Dupont corporation for dumping toxic waste. Directed by Todd Haynes as a slow-burn accumulation of speechifying and paranoid research, “Dark […]

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