Read More: Review: Yorgos Lanthimos’ ‘The Lobster’ Explores a Crazy World More Familiar Than It Looks With the film hitting DVD and Blu-ray today, August 2, Indie Wire is celebrating by giving three lucky readers the chance to win a copy of the Blu-ray.
The home » - Zack Sharf On the surface, HBO's currently acclaimed and so far strongly rated mystery drama series "The Night Of" seems to be very much a 'one and done' style affair - an eight-episode self-contained event series about a complex murder case in New York City. That being said, there are ways of certainly kind of taking what it feels like and what its about and doing another season on another subject." Such a move wouldn't be unprecedented.
That may not be entirely true though as showrunner Steven Zaillian told the press (via THR) this weekend at the network's TCA presentation that a possible second installment is in discussion: "We're thinking about it and if we come up with something we all feel is worthy of doing, we'll do it. The series is a remake of the five-part 2008 British mini-series "Criminal Justice", that version had Ben Whishaw » - Garth Franklin Most of us remember The Crucible, and its tale of persecution during the 17th-century Salem witch trials, from high school English class.
Australian composer Mark met Ben in 2009 when they worked on the same film, Bright Star, in 2009, so we can't even say that we saw him first. Ben's always been very private about his life outside acting, once saying: "For me, it’s important to keep a level of anonymity.
As an actor, your job is to persuade people that you’re someone else.
So if you’re constantly telling people about yourself, I think you’re shooting yourself in the foot." So we doubt we'll be seeing all his civil partnership photos up on Facebook.
We've only just learnt to say your last name properly (we thought it was Whit-shaw, like rickshaw) and now you've only gone and married someone else.
That's right, everyone's fantasy boyfriend Ben Whishaw, aka Q from the Bond films and Freddie from The Hour, has confirmed that he's married partner Mark Bradshaw in a secret civil ceremony and it all happened last year.
"Ben has never hidden his sexuality, but like many actors he prefers not to discuss his family or life outside of his work," said his representative.
"Due to speculation, I can confirm that Ben and Mark entered into a civil partnership in August 2012.
Feel free to email us a couple though Ben, and we might forgive you for marrying someone else ...
Ben is rumoured to be in the running to be named the next Doctor Who - which will be announced on TV tonight.
Few films released this year carry the amount of acclaim as Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Lobster.” A favorite on the festival circuit last year, the dark comedy was released in May to even more enthusiastic raves, with many of Indie Wire’s critics naming it one of the year’s best films so far.
Starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz, “The Lobster” centers around a lonely widower who books a room in a hotel resort where each guest has just 45 days to find a romantic partner or risk being turned into an animal of his/her choosing. Reilly, Ben Whishaw, Olivia Colman and Lea Seydoux co-star.