У звезды «Отчаянных домохозяек» появился первенец

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Счастью Евы Лонгории и ее супруга Хосе Бастона нет предела, ведь у них появился первенец! Эту информацию предоставила сама счастливая новоиспеченная мамочка! Так, у 43-летней Евы появился здоровый мальчик, вес которого при рождении составлял более 3 кг. Роды актрисы проходили в клинике Cedar Sinai Medical Centre. Состояние здоровья мамы и ее ребеночка – отличное! В ближайшее время их выпишут домой. Счастливые родители придумали имя для своего сыночка, которого теперь зовут Сантьяго Энрике. Кроме того, они выставили и первый снимок мамы и ее малыша.

Информация о беременности актрисы появилась еще в декабре минувшего гожа. Ева не стала скрывать своей радости. До брака с Хосе Бастоном, она два раза была замужем, хотя ни с одним мужем детей у нее не было. Муж знаменитой «отчаянной домохозяйки» тоже с нетерпением ждал рождения ребенка. Благодаря беременности супруги у него слегка смягчилась боль от перенесенной трагедии. От первой жены Натальи Эсперон, у него осталось 3 ребенка – близнецы в возрасте 14 лет и старшая дочь 22 лет. Один из детей Хосе от его бывшей супруги умер младенцем.

 

«Властелин колец» снова будет в Новой Зеландии

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«Властелин колец» снова будет в Новой Зеландии, сообщается в одном из зарубежных изданий. Стало известно, что телевизионный сериал про драматические события в Средиземье будут снимать на родине режиссера Питера Джексона, который снял полнометражную версию сериала. Следует отметить, что сам постановщиком пока не подтверждено свое участие в проекта в каком-нибудь качестве. Ранее стало известно, что в студии Amazon, которая купила права на экранизацию за $250 млн., готовы предложить Джексону должность продюсера, однако эту информацию так и не подтвердили официально.

О сюжете нового эпизода пока информации нет, однако, согласно некоторым данным, в центра сюжета может оказаться молодой Арагорн и его приключения. При подтверждении этой информации, зрителям предстанет история о волшебнике Гендальфе, который неоднократно встречался с будущем королем Гондора. Предполагается, что размер производственного бюджета сериала будет превышать 1 млрд. долларов. По ожиданиям, проект будет представлен пятью сезонами. Ходят слухи, что для его создания будут применены некоторые «материалы из полнометражных экранизаций».

 

Роберт Редфорд покидает мир кино

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По решению американского актера и режиссера Роберта Редфорда, он больше не будет сниматься в кино. В возрасте 81 года он пришел к выводу, что пришло время остановить свою актерскую карьеру. По его словам, решение довольно серьезное, и в отношении актерства для него на этом все закончится! Редфорд также отметил, что желает уйти из кино на позитивной ноте. Хотя не исключает возможности режиссерства какого-нибудь интересного проекта.

Роберт Редфорд начал работать в кино в возрасте 21 года. В его 60-летней карьере съемки в фильмах «Буч Кэссиди и Сандэнс Кид» в 1969 году, «Великий Гэтсби» в 1974 году и «Вся президентская рать» в 1976 году. За игру в кинокартине «Афера» (в 1973 году) актера номинировали на премию «Оскар». Кроме актерского пути, Редфорд решил попробовать силы в качестве кинорежиссера. Так, в 1981 г. им был учрежден американский институт независимого кинематографа «Сандэнс», который с начала 1985 г. организовывает проведение одноименного международного кинофестиваля в Парк-Сити (в штате Юта). Тогда же он стал обладателем «Оскара» в роли лучшего режиссера в фильме «Обыкновенные люди», ставшего его дебютной картиной.

Hayley Atwell Cast in ABC’s Conviction; Agent Carter’s Future Unclear

Hayley Atwell Cast in ABCs Future UnclearHayley Atwell first appeared as Peggy Carter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 1 film Captain America: The First Avenger, acting as a love interest and fellow soldier to Steve Rodgers (Chris Evans). Then, she appeared in the Marvel one-shot, Agent Carter, that was spun-off into the ABC drama series currently airing its sophomore season on the network.However, although Agent Carter hasn’t necessarily been a ratings powerhouse – especially compared to fellow Marvel/ABC drama Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s series premiere ratings – the show did secure a second season. Now, though, Agent Carter may be affected by a something aside from possible cancellation: sharing its leading lady with a fellow ABC drama series.Deadline is reporting Atwell has been cast in the new ABC pilot, Conviction, a legal drama created by Liz Friedman (Jessica Jones) and Liz Friedlander (The Following). Conviction is still in the pilot stages of development, but if ABC gives it a series order, the network will make sure Atwell’s schedule can accommodate both shows. As for whether or not Agent Carter will continue after its current season, nothing has been confirmed as of yet. But, according to Deadline, it “does not look likely” the show will receive a season 3.Friedman penned the Conviction script and Friedlander will direct the pilot while both will serve as executive producers. Atwell has been cast as the series’ lead, Carter Morrison, “the brilliant but ne’er-do-well daughter of a former President, who is blackmailed into taking a job as the head of Los Angeles’ newly created Conviction Integrity Unit.” Morrison works with a team of lawyers, investigators, and forensic experts looking into cases where the wrong person may have been convicted of a crime.

Based on the report of Atwell’s casting in the Conviction pilot, it seems as though the new show won’t affect her role as Peggy in Agent Carter. With the Marvel drama having limited series runs – season 1 consisted of eight episodes while season 2 will be 10 – and airing during the winter hiatus of the network’s main programming, that leaves plenty of time for the actress to also star in Conviction. That is, if it’s given a season 3 order.Whether Agent Carter will return for a third season is another question entirely. Although Conviction won’t affect the renewal of Agent Carter, the 1940s spy drama may not be granted a third run due to its ratings. Certainly, with two Marvel Comics comedies in development, including Damage Control and another unnamed project, in addition to the drama series being developed by John Ridley (American Crime), the network has plenty of comic book-based series coming down the line. So, if Agent Carter were to be cancelled, ABC has plenty of other Marvel series to take its place – especially with the S.H.I.E.L.D. spinoff Most Wanted recently ordered to pilot.Although Agent Carter viewers may be enjoying the Marvel heroine’s adventures in the 1940s – and how they could possibly explore the S.H.I.E.L.D. organization’s creation – ABC may need to cut back on its current comic book lineup in order to make room for upcoming projects. But, if Conviction does end up with a series order, Atwell fans will be able to tune in to the ABC legal drama to see the actress more often.Next: Is Netflix’s Slate of Marvel Shows Getting Too Crowded?Agent Carter continues with ‘Life of the Party’ and ‘Monsters’ on February 16th at 9pm on ABC.Source: Deadline

Agent Carter: A Lighter Team-Up Mission Underlines This Atypical Hero Story

Agent Carter: A Lighter Team-Up Mission Underlines This Atypical Hero Story[This is a review of Agent Carter season 2, episode 5. There will be SPOILERS.]–Last week, Agent Carter was an arguably more serious episode for the series as ‘Smoke her team includes a man with a disability, two women (one of whom doesn’t fit into the ideals of beauty standers), a man who has more of a penchant for technology than fitness, and a man who knows more about baking a souffle than diffusing a bomb. Altogether, they epitomize where Agent Carter excels: taking these characters that don’t seem like typical heroes and proving they’re just as capable (if not more so) as the superheroes of the universe.

Elsewhere in the episode, Whitney is going further down the path of succumbing to the Zero Matter that she absorbed earlier this season, using her husband Calvin Chadwick (Currie Graham) to help her track down the atomic bombs in order to further experiment with her powers. Though we may know of Whitney’s eventual evolution into the Marvel Comics villain Madame Masque, her descent into a power-hungry antagonist is incredibly interesting to watch – especially when it is shown next to Calvin’s reactions to her plans and requests of him.As it was established in ‘Smoke & Mirrors’, Whitney has always been forced to use men to gain what little power she has had – she helped establish Isodyne even though Calvin was the public face of the company, and she was spotted by a male talent agent who helped her become a successful actress. However, with her gaining more power from the Zero Matter, it has permanently altered the dynamic in their relationship, evidenced when Whitney tells Calvin, who is upset that she is demanding more uranium for her experiments, “You need to calm down, you are overreacting.”Because Whitney is gaining her own abilities and power through Zero Matter for the first time, she no longer defers to Calvin (or anyone else), and doesn’t wish to give up the Zero Matter in her when Peggy offers to “fix” her. This focus on Whitney in Agent Carter has been a strength of season 2, with the character development rivaling – if not flat-out outpacing – that of the other main characters. As a result, Whitney is becoming the most fascinating villain of the series as well as one of the most compelling characters on the show as a whole.

The majority of ‘The Atomic Job’ may have taken on a lighter tone overall, but the relationship between Sousa and Violet was a more serious aspect of the episode. Sousa’s botched proposal dinner and his later fight with Violet when she realizes that he left New York to run away from Peggy (and that he’s still in love with her) offer an emotional throughline to the episode that is decently acted by Bolger and Gjokaj. But, the machinations of the episode to cause the rift between Sousa and Violet in order to set up the eventual relationship between Sousa and Peggy come off a bit too contrived to fully enjoy the drama of this storyline.All in all, ‘The Atomic Job’ was another entertaining episode of Agent Carter in a much more compelling season 2. New members on Peggy’s rogue SSR team and an exceptionally well-developed antagonist prove to further strengthen the show’s second outing. Although some aspects of the episode fall a bit too far into using tropes and conventional storytelling, ‘The Atomic Job’ is another example of Agent Carter season 2’s capability in balancing fun spy humor with moments of more serious drama.-Agent Carter continues with ‘Life of the Party’ and ‘Monsters’ on February 16th at 9pm on ABC. Check out a preview below: