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Netflix ‘Maniac’ trailer gets weird with Jonah Hill and Emma Stone

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Jonah Hill and Emma Stone played high school sweethearts more than a decade ago in Greg Mottola’s 2007 comedy, Superbad. Now they’re reuniting on screen for the first time since then in a new Netflix limited series from Beasts of No Nation director Cary Fukunaga.

In Maniac, Hill and Stone star as Owen Milgrim and Annie Landsberg, respectively. The two choose to participate in some kind of mysterious pharmaceutical trial for a drug that purports to fix any troubles of the mind.

The 10-episode story is based on a Norwegian TV series of the same name, and it comes to Netflix on Sept. 21. This trailer doesn’t reveal much, but it definitely sets a mood.

Read more: https://mashable.com/2018/07/29/netflix-maniac-trailer-tca/

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‘Orange Is the New Black’ will end in 2019

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“Orange Is the New Black will conclude after its seventh season next year. The prison drama based on Piper Kerman’s memoir of the same name was one of Netflix’s first original TV shows, premiering in the summer of 2013.

“I’m going to miss playing on the edge of one of the most groundbreaking, original, and controversial series of this decade,” actress Kate Mulgrew said in the farewell announcement video.

“The endgame is there,” Laura Prepon told THR. “As of now, season seven is our last season. So, the endgame is clear…I don’t know if I can say that I’m prepared for the end, but I’ve been doing this for a long time and I know that there’s always going to be more after that.”

Orange Is the New Black returns for its final season in 2019.”

Read more: https://mashable.com/article/orange-is-the-new-black-final-season-announcement/

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Stephen King describes ‘The Haunting of Hill House’ as ‘close to a work of genius’

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Stephen King can’t get enough of ‘The Haunting of Hill House’.

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“Okay, fine, I guess I’m going to have to watch The Haunting of Hill House.

Ever since the nightmare-inducing trailer came out I’ve been half-intrigued, half-wary (I’m embarrassingly easy to scare when it comes to supernatural, jumpy stuff). But now Stephen King has waded in, so I guess that seals it.

On Tuesday night, the King of horror posted the following tweet.

“Close to a work of genius, really.” You can’t get much higher praise than that, can you?

Here’s another look at the trailer, just so you can make sure you’re fully prepared:”

Read more: https://mashable.com/article/stephen-king-reacts-the-haunting-of-hill-house/

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’13 Reasons Why’ will include a warning video ahead of Season 2

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Ross Butler has wound up in the middle of a plot straight out of ‘Riverdale.’

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“Actor Ross Butler has played roles in 13 Reasons Why and Riverdale, some of the most twist-ridden shows on TV. Now, a lawsuit from Francis Bean Cobain’s ex-husband Isaiah Silva names him as part of a conspiracy to commit murder for the sake of recovering one of Kurt Cobain’s heirloom guitars.

According to Spin, Butler has denied all allegations in the suit. Reps for the actor did not immediately respond to Mashable’s request for comment.

Butler is one of many alleged accomplices in what Silva claims was a plot to illegally enter his house, kill him, and obtain the acoustic guitar Kurt Cobain played in a 1993 performance of MTV’s Unplugged.

The guitar in question has been an object of contention between Silva, who fronts the band The Eeries, and Francis Bean Cobain since their divorce in 2017. Silva considered the guitar a wedding present and intended to keep it after the couple’s split, but Cobain (the younger) insisted she never gave the custom guitar to her then-husband and considers it a family heirloom……………………………”

Read more: https://mashable.com/article/ross-butler-francis-bean-cobain-murder-lawsuit/

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