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'The Handmaid's Tale' Promotes Amanda Brugel to Series Regular (Exclusive) - Hollywood Reporter'The Handmaid's Tale' Promotes Amanda Brugel to Series Regular (Exclusive) - Hollywood Reporter
Rita, last seen in the season one finale, worked alongside Elisabeth Moss' Offred, serving as a Martha for Commander Fred (Joseph Fiennes) and Serena Joy (Yvonne Strahovski). Going into season two, Rita looks to play an important role since Offred ...
 
MGM to begin Affair in Cannes | News | C21Media - C21MediaMGM to begin Affair in Cannes | News | C21Media - C21Media
A recently announced 10-part event series for US pay TV network Epix is among the shows on MGM Worldwide Television Distribution's slate for Mipcom 2017.
 
The Handmaid's Tale: Season Two; Amanda Brugel Promoted to Series Regular - TV Series FinaleThe Handmaid's Tale: Season Two; Amanda Brugel Promoted to Series Regular - TV Series Finale
You'll see more Rita on The Handmaid's Tale. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Amanda Brugel has been promoted to series regular for season two of the Hulu TV show. Brugel joined the dystopian drama in season one as Rita, a housekeeper who ...
 
'Handmaid's Tale' Boss on Writing About Female Genital Mutilation and Sexual Servitude - Hollywood Reporter'Handmaid's Tale' Boss on Writing About Female Genital Mutilation and Sexual Servitude - Hollywood Reporter
It would be the ceremony scene [wherein Moss' Offred must submit to sex with Joseph Fiennes' Commander as his wife holds her hands] because you don't want to overemphasize the horror. There's enough horror in the scene as it is that you just want to ...
 
'Handmaid's Tale,' 'Stranger Things' and More TV Bosses on Writing About Tricky Subjects and the Challenges of ... - Hollywood Reporter'Handmaid's Tale,' 'Stranger Things' and More TV Bosses on Writing About Tricky Subjects and the Challenges of ... - Hollywood Reporter
It would be the ceremony scene [wherein Moss' Offred must submit to sex with Joseph Fiennes' Commander as his wife holds her hands] because you don't want to overemphasize the horror. There's enough horror in the scene as it is that you just want to ...
 
From 'Gay' Shakespeare To 'Gay' Lincoln: What's The Point Of Trying To Out The Dead? - HuffPostFrom 'Gay' Shakespeare To 'Gay' Lincoln: What's The Point Of Trying To Out The Dead? - HuffPost
Last week marked the new revival of old gay speculation about a very famous man. But you probably won't read about it in the tabloids. As far as I know, no-one has dug up fresh “dirt” on the sexual proclivities of usual suspects like Tom Cruise, John ...
 
Empty nests: why has TV become obsessed with surrogate mothers? - The GuardianEmpty nests: why has TV become obsessed with surrogate mothers? - The Guardian
From Top of the Lake to The Handmaid's Tale, themes of infertility, surrogacy and parenting have featured in 2017's most important shows. Yvonne Strahovski and Joseph Fiennes in The Handmaid's Tale. The cradle will rock ... Yvonne Strahovski and Joseph ...
 
The Handmaid's Tale: The Bridge, episode 9 review: we're all set for an explosive finale - Telegraph.co.ukThe Handmaid's Tale: The Bridge, episode 9 review: we're all set for an explosive finale - Telegraph.co.uk
The horrors of fundamentalism have been nightmarishly evoked in The Handmaid's Tale (Channel 4). But the adaptation of Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel is also a lean and compelling thriller in which allegorical dread is interspersed with shocking ...
 
The Bard by many other names - San Francisco ChronicleThe Bard by many other names - San Francisco Chronicle
“Something Rotten!” is a musical about two brothers who are trying to find success at the same time as some guy named William Shakespeare. The SHN presentation — with book by John O'Farrell and Karey Kirkpatrick and music and lyrics by Karey and ...
 
There's an open-air screening of 'Shakespeare in Love' on a boat on the Thames this weekend - Time Out London (blog)There's an open-air screening of 'Shakespeare in Love' on a boat on the Thames this weekend - Time Out London (blog)
Time Out's Movies on the River – the first floating cinema on the Thames – is returning for one last July date with this special showing of the 1998 romantic comedy which stars Joseph Fiennes as William Shakespeare and Gwyneth Paltrow as his lover and ...