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Interview: Ray Liotta – To TV or Not to TV

ATX Liotta

The ATX Television Festival, June 7-10 in Austin, Texas, brought fans an intimate hour with movie and TV legend Ray Liotta. Often remembered as one of Scorsese’s Goodfellas, his small screen work, most recently Lieutenant Wozniak on Shades of Blue, have generated a large and loyal fan base. Ben Travers …

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ATX TV Review: HBO’s ‘Sharp Objects’ Goes Deep and Dark with Amy Adams

Sharp Objects

HBO premiered its new limited series, Sharp Objects, staring Amy Adams, at the ATX Television Festival, June 7-10 in Austin, Texas. The project brought together a talented team. The eight-part series derives from a book by New York Times bestselling author Gillian Flynn (Gone Girl, Dark Places). Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas …

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SXSW TV World Premiere: ‘Barry’ Gives Hitting Your Mark a Double Meaning

Barry

In Bill Hader’s new eight-part series, 'Barry', which premiered at the 2018 SXSW Conference in Austin. he stars as a depressed hitman who wants out of his profession. He works for a friend of his dad, and gets guilted and pressured into continuing. He’s sent from his midwestern home to Hollywood to conduct a hit on an actor. He unintentionally follows him into an acting class where he finds acceptance and support. Can he change his profession?

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TV Review: ‘Game of Thrones’ Season Seven Pemiere

Is there anyone who wasn’t just a little freaked out when Jorah’s arm leaped out of his Citadel cell toward poor, put upon Samwell Tarley (John Bradley-West)? Yikes!  A small moment, but what a moment and a spectacular commencement of season seven’s  Game of Thrones, which premiered Sunday night on HBO. …

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Theater Review (LA): ‘Game of Thrones: The Musical’ – All Men Must Laugh

There is balance in the universe. All the tears, disappointment, and tragedy you experience watching HBO’s 'Game of Thrones' can be offset by enjoying the MACHA Theater production of 'Game of Thrones - the Musical.' Not only did I laugh, but for the two hours of this musical romp, a happy smile never left my face.

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