It’s the Summer of the Whistleblower, and with Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden and all those people who’ve put the SEC on speed-dial, why should Julian Assange be the only one getting a documentary?
We find it especially odd in the case of Snowden, who has his entire life being made into a tabloid cover, yet whom no one in the media has called out for being a dead ringer for one of television’s leading men.
Click below the jump for our pick on who should play Snowden in the HBO miniseries.
Dermot Mulroney–the actor from My Best Friend’s Wedding and The New Girl who is often confused for Party Monsters and American Horror Story‘s Dylan McDermott–has taken a role in the non-Aaron Sorkin-related Steve Jobs biopic.
Is that the one with Ashton Kutcher? We’re so confused!
Describing a movie, the word “sweet” is the kiss of death, but I can’t think of a better adjective for Toast, a funny and charming biopic about the popular British television personality and flamboyant chef Nigel Slater. He may not be a household name on this side of the pond, but nobody who has ever seen his cooking show on British telly can easily forget him. Picture a gay Bobby Flay. You get the picture.
Toast is his story.
Bloomberg TV is running a new biopic series called Game Changers, a sort of “Behind the Music” for business types intended to compete with CNBC’s late night specials on the business of porn, drugs and the mob.
The series will feature pseudo-controversial stars like Jay-Z, but seems to mostly focus on traditional Bloomberg Read More