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Billy Crudup and Company of Harry Clarke Meet the Press

Leigh Silverman directs David Cale’s world premiere play for Vineyard Theatre. Read More here

Richard Linklater On Sexism In the Film Industry, From Austin to Hollywood: ‘It’s a Design Flaw’

That said, he was quick to point out that many of his recent films balance their male characters with strong female protagonists, including his upcoming project. In “Where’d You Go, Bernadette?”, an adaptation of Maria Semple’s Seattle-based novel, a reclusive architect (Cate Blanchett) goes missing on a family vacation; her husband (Billy Crudup) and daughter(Troian Bellisario, from “Pretty Little Liars”) go in search of her. “With ‘Bernadette,’ I’ve made a strong feminist movie,” Linklater said, “but I think ‘Boyhood’ had its moments, too — it’s a strong woman’s story.”

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Billy Crudup to Star in World Premiere of HARRY CLARKE at Vineyard Theatre; Audible to Record as Audio Play

Vineyard Theatre Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern have announced that Tony Award-winner Billy Crudup (THE COAST OF UTOPIA, Spotlight, THE METAL CHILDREN) will star in the world premiere production of Harry Clarke by Obie Award-winner David Cale (LILLIAN) and directed by Leigh Silverman (VIOLET). Vineyard Theatre will produce Harry Clarke in association with Audible, the world’s largest seller and producer of digital spoken-word entertainment. Harry Clarke will begin performances on October 26 and open on November 21. The production will launch The Vineyard’s 35th Anniversary Season. Read More: here

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‘Gypsy’ Canceled By Netflix After 1 Season

Netflix’s drama series Gypsy will not be returning for a second season. I have learned that the Internet TV network has opted not to proceed with a second installment of the psychological thriller starring Naomi Watts. Netflix declined comment. Read More here

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Underrated: Jesus’ Son

Late American author Denis Johnson’s collection of short stories, Jesus’ Son, are adapted into a feature length film by Canadian-born New Zealander director Alison Maclean for the 1999 comedy by the same title. The film stars and is narrated by Billy Crudup as FH, a.k.a. Fuckhead, a heroin- and prescription drugs-using 20-something who occasionally steals things and finds himself in one unfortunate scenario after the other.
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Sleepers: Revisiting an Incredible Movie and Book

Sleepers is a 1996 film that is based off the true-life story of four boys who were brutalized by the juvenile justice system in New York. This film was considered one of the best in 1996. It featured a powerful cast that includes Brad Pitt, Dustin Hoffman, Jason Patric, Robert De Niro, Minnie Driver, Billy Crudup, and plenty of others. Sleepers was directed and produced by Barry Levinson. Critics gave the film overall favorable reviews and it was well received by audiences. The box office revenue for Sleepers was $165 million and the budget for the film was $44 million. It’s been 21 years since this film has been made and it continues to entertain and amaze audiences today. The story starts off in the mid-1960s in New York City. Hell’s Kitchen which is located on the West Side of Midtown Manhattan. Four neighborhood friends are having a good time living their childhood and learning about life. The boy’s names are Lorenzo “Shakes” Carcaterra, Tommy Marcano, Michael Sullivan, and John Reilly. They all attend a Catholic school within their neighborhood and they happen to be friends a tough neighborhood priest named Father Robert “Bobby” Carillo who is played by Robert De Niro in the film. Read More: // here