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  1. The Chris Rock-led season is set to resume production five months after stopping work due to the coronavirus pandemic. Five months after it was originally slated to premiere, Fargo's fourth season will come to FX in September. The anthology series from creator and showrunner Noah Hawley, like hundreds of other productions, shut down in March as the coronavirus pandemic spread in the United States. The Chris Rock-led season had two episodes left to shoot in Chicago prior to the shutdown. With production on the remaining episodes set to pick up again later this month, FX has set a premiere date for the season: Fargo will debut at 10 p.m. Sept. 27 with two episodes and air weekly thereafter. The season will run 11 episodes, up from an initial count of 10. The fourth season is set in Kansas City in 1950, where& two criminal syndicates fighting for a piece of the American dream have struck an uneasy peace. Together, they control an alternate economy of exploitation, graft and drugs. To cement their truce, Loy Cannon (Rock), the head of the African American crime family, trades his youngest son, Satchel (Rodney Jones), to his enemy Donatello Fadda (Tommaso Ragno), the head of the Italian mafia. In return, Donatello surrenders his youngest son, Zero (Jameson Braccioforte), to Loy. The cast for the fourth season also includes Jason Schwartzman, Salvatore Esposito, Ben Whishaw, Jessie Buckley, Jack Huston, E’myri Crutchfield, Andrew Bird, Anji White, Gaetano Bruno, Sean Fortunato, Jeremie Harris, Corey Hendrix, Matthew Elam, James Vincent Meredith, Francesco Acquaroli, Karen Aldridge, Kelsey Asbille, Rodney Jones, Jameson Braccioforte, Tommaso Ragno, Glynn Turman and Timothy Olyphant. Whishaw's character is named Patrick "Rabbi" Milligan — suggesting a possible connection to the second season of the series, which featured Kansas City mob hitman Mike Milligan (Bokeem Woodbine). Hawley, who also directed the first two episodes of season four, executive produces with Warren Littlefield of The Littlefield Company and Joel and Ethan Coen. Fargo comes from MGM Television and FX Productions.
  2. Acorn's charming Brit-com explores what happens when a man with two families suddenly dies. It's a regrettable fact of life that secret families are made for television. The lies, the devastation, the sexual insatiability — this kind of filial agony just naturally lends itself to entertainment. We tend to think of mistresses, polygamy, hush-hush paternity and out-of-wedlock children as high-concept fodder for telenovelas. Yet, a number of TV series in the past few years have tackled real-life scandals involving creepy men who systemized their siring, including PBS' gripping bio-thriller Mrs. Wilson and Fox's discomfiting sitcom Almost Family. Acorn's imported British comedy The Other One, also inspired by a true story of fraudulent fatherhood and long-lost siblings, charmingly finds the middle ground between dense pathos and glib laughs. The show is a rare gem. To be fair, a cast as magnetic as The Other One's would have likely won me over regardless of the intriguing conceit. Ellie White, best known to American audiences as Princess Beatrice of York on Netflix's royal satire The Windsors, stars as Cathy Walcott, a tightly-wound 28-year-old whose world collapses when she learns her deceased dad also parented a completely separate household. To add insult to injury, posho Cathy and her imperious mom, Tess (The Thick of It's Rebecca Front), are shocked to find that Colin's longtime lover and adult daughter are a pair of gaudy, chavvy eccentrics lacking the refinement of their set. To add indignity to insult, he named both daughters "Catherine Walcott" (to simplify his treachery, of course). Most showrunners might have used this conceit to stage comical class warfare between the families, but writers Holly Walsh (Motherland, Dead Boss) and Pippa Brown (Bad Education) instead nurture a budding friendship between the half-sisters. Cathy relies on exuberant Cat (Misfits' breakout Lauren Socha) to help ease her neurotic dogmatism, while Cat bonds with Cathy over the loss of the beloved dad who rarely had time for his "other" daughter. Their adventures include connecting over pop music, debating where to rest Colin's ashes and preparing for Cathy's impending wedding to drippy, micro-cheating Marcus (Amit Shah). This blossoming kinship becomes the steady heartbeat of the 7-episode season. The Other One, which originally aired on BBC One, works best as a blithe character study with underlying compassion. Where Cathy is a staid and dry-humored rule-follower who speaks with clipped, private school elocution, Cat is flashy and funky, her heart as open as her chatty, Midlands-accented gob. Where Cathy's pathological passive-aggression regularly leads to self-sabotage, Cat's candor and affectionate nature invites joy into her life (all symbolized by Cathy's tailored blazers and Cat's thick false eyelashes). White and Socha are each luminous comedians in their own right, both standouts from their previous TV work, and together they share buoyant chemistry as a classic straight man/banana man duo. White excels at prim folly, Socha leans into confident crassness and both actors make excellent use of the British obscenity, "Balls!" Cathy and Cat's mums, however, maintain understandable distance. Siobhan Finnernan (Downton Abbey's formidable lady's maid O'Brien) delights as Cat's vaping, agoraphobic mom Marylin, a lurid 50-something eccentric who grieves over the loss of her carnal soul mate… and too often reminisces about sex with Colin in front of his dismayed daughters. Avenue 5's Rebecca Front plays Colin's embittered widow, whose denial sweeps her into epic distraction-seeking. Boiling with enmity, Tess leaps into desperate revenge hook-ups and arranging the starchy wedding Cathy wants little to do with at all. (The show's cringiest scenes feature her failing to seduce her ride-share driver and modeling her daughter's wedding dress.) Tess does not shine until the last two episodes, when she sheds the caricature of a scorned wife and returns to earth from the sitcom-y stratosphere. Out of all the characters, warmhearted Marilyn oddly feels the most realistic to me, perhaps because I've met people exactly like her — home-bound, empathic, clinically anxious women who long for the days of their erotic peak. Finnernan exudes such down-to-earth verve and bonhomie, such slinky sexuality, you understand why a toff like Colin felt he could unleash his groovier side around her. It's the same mechanism that draws Cathy to both women. They're fun. While watching, I sometimes wondered why the show automatically identifies with Cathy first and foremost. Why must we view this situation through the eyes of the upper-middle class, legally "legitimate" child while working-class Cat remains the supporting, exoticized "other" with few storylines of her own? As canny as The Other One is, and as much as I adore Socha's performance, I can't help but feel the writers are actually reinforcing the class distinctions between them by positioning Cathy's as the primary psyche to unravel. Cat, and Socha, deserve more. That being said, much of the show's humor derives from Cathy and Tess' stiffness. When Cat muses over skipping school back in the day, Cathy genuinely balks, "Why would you want to miss lessons?!" When Cat greets her sister for the first time, she asks her if she ever goes by Catherine. "I always thought 'Cathy' was a bit frumpy," she chirps. "But it works for you!" One of my favorite episodes sees Cathy dragging her sister to the woods for a drab camping bachelorette party that also includes her garrulous Aunt Dawn (guest star Caroline Quentin, a comedic knock-out). Cathy may be privileged, but she's also clueless. A swot, a prat, a slut and a bitch all lost something precious to them. I like seeing them gain each other. Cast: Ellie White, Lauren Socha, Siobhan Finneran, Rebecca Front, Amit Shah, Caroline Quentin Written by: Holly Walsh and Pippa Brown Premieres: Monday, August 10th (Acorn)
  3. Jared Leto is attached to star in the third installment of the Disney franchise. The Tron franchise is back on the grid. Garth Davis, the filmmaker known for the Oscar-nominated Lion, is attached to direct a Tron sequel for Disney, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. Jared Leto has been attached to the long-gestating project since 2017. The first Tron movie debuted in 1982 and starred Jeff Bridges as a video game designer who is transported inside his own computer program. Though Tron was not a hit, it developed a cult following and is fondly remembered for its groundbreaking special effects and imaginative story. In 2010 came the sequel, Tron: Legacy, which once again starred Bridges and featured original star Bruce Boxleitner along with series newcomers Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde. "I’m struck with such gratitude for the opportunity to bring this movie to life, especially as both the original video game and the film affected me so deeply as a young child," Leto wrote on Instagram Monday. "The fact that I get to be a part of this new chapter is mind-blowing." Legacy, from director Joseph Kosinski, made $400 million worldwide, enough to generate interest in a sequel from Disney, which at one time considered making a Tron a streaming show from filmmaker John Ridley. Jesse Wigutow wrote the latest draft of the third Tron movie, and Leto will produce with Justin Springer and Emma Ludbrook. Davis, who is repped by UTA, also directed the 2018 feature Mary Magdalene as well as episodes of Top of the Lake.
  4. The '6 Underground' actor will star opposite Diego Luna in the 'Star Wars' spinoff. Adria Arjona is headed to the Star Wars Galaxy and will star in Disney+'s upcoming Rogue One prequel. Arjona, known for Netflix's 6 Underground and who has an upcoming role in Jared Leto's comic book movie Morbius, will star opposite Rogue One's Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk. Filmmaker Tony Gilroy, who oversaw reshoots for the 2016 film, is attached to write and do directing work on the series, which has The Americans' Stephen Schiff set as showrunner. The untitled Cassian Andor series is one of several live-action TV projects Lucasfilm has for Disney+, including Jon Favreau's The Mandalorian, which launches season two in October, as well as an Obi-Wan Kenobi series starring Ewan McGregor. Rogue One earned more than $1 billion at the box office and is considered a high water mark among the Disney era of Star Wars films so far.
  5. Gordon Gray, who last made the Ben Affleck-starring drama 'The Way Back,' is producing. Zac Efron is getting in touch with his paternal side. Efron is on board to star in Three Men and a Baby, a remake of the 1987 comedy being made by Disney. The remake is intended for Disney+ with Disney's live-action division running point. Gordon Gray, best known for his inspirational sports dramas such as The Rookie and this year's Ben Affleck-starring The Way Back, is producing. Initially a remake of a French film, Three Men brought together a trio of 1980s stars - Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson - as New York bachelors who find themselves caring, and subsequently, falling for, an infant. Drug dealers who threatened the child also figured into the plot. The movie was directed by Leonard Nimoy and proved to be a major hit, becoming the first live-action Disney film to cross the $100 million mark domestically. It was followed by Three Men and a Little Lady in 1990 that reunited the cast but not Nimoy. Will Reichel wrote the script for the remake. It is unclear how the material will be updated. A search for a director is underway. Efron’s boarding of Three Men marks a return to Disney for the actor, who became a star thanks for his breakout turns in the High School Musical movies over a decade ago. He has spent that time in a wide-range of movies and last year earned raves for starring in indie Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, in which he portrayed serial killer Ted Bundy, and opposite Matthew McConaughey in comedy The Beach Bum. He can currently be seen in Down to Earth, a documentary series he also executive produced via his Ninjas Runnin Wild Productions and released on Netflix in July. The show features Efron roaming the world exploring sustainability.
  6. The Bell Digital Cinema platform for general public viewing of TIFF-selected titles in September will also be geo-blocked for Canada. The Toronto Film Festival has unveiled plans for drive-in and "open air cinema" screenings on the city's waterfront to offset reduced capacity at its only two indoor movie theaters set for the Sept. 10-19 event. And TIFF's Bell Digital Cinema platform for general public screening of movies selected for the 2020 edition will be geo-blocked for Canada, organizers said on Monday. TIFF co-heads Cameron Bailey and Joana Vicente, having already signaled a hybrid offering of digital and in-person screenings for their September event, revealed plans to show the public around 50 programmed films at five locations in the city. These include the TIFF Bell Lightbox, the festival's downtown headquarters on King Street, and the Isabel Bader Theater on Charles Street, near Yorkville. As the prestigious Canadian festival heads outdoors for socially distant film viewing amid the coronavirus pandemic, TIFF will also show movies at the Skyline Drive-In and the Lakeside Drive-In at Ontario Place, on the city's Lake Ontario waterfront, and at the West Island Open Air Cinema, also at Ontario Place. "At the drive-ins and open-air cinema, audiences can expect the same high-quality viewing experience as in past years," the festival said in a statement. At the same time, the five venues will be subject to reduced seating capacity to comply with local public health restrictions. Elsewhere, TIFF's online plans include industry conference sessions, networking events and digital showcases of film titles by national cinema agencies. Planning for a first-time online industry conference follows the physical edition of the Toronto Film Festival being sharply reduced in size and scope due to the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, 2020 TIFF audiences will not, as in earlier years, view movies at red carpet venues like the Elgin Theater, the Princess of Wales Theater and the Ryerson Theater, in addition to in-person press and industry screenings at Cineplex's Scotiabank Theater. As Toronto allows ordinary Canadians in their homes to instead view fest titles using Chromecast and a dedicated TIFF digital app, organizers said they will use anti-piracy measures, including forensic watermarking and visible watermarking, to protect the copyright of film titles, including studio fare, against piracy. The 2020 pandemic-era edition will also see the same ticket pricing as last year, even though Hollywood A-list talent will not physically walk red carpets or onto movie theater stages at this year's socially distant event. Pre-tax screening tickets for the indoor and Bell Digital Cinema screenings will range from $19.00 to $26.00, and drive-in screenings are to cost from $49.00 to $69.00, depending on the number of people in cars. And open air cinema screenings will cost two people $38.00 for a "lawn pod."
  7. Android app Evil King Media (EKM), which provided free access to 'pirate' IPTV streams, VOD content and music has been targeted by Sky. Following the forced removal of the software from Github after several other takedowns filed with Google, the developer says EKM should be deleted. As reported last week, the pirate IPTV market is now big business, with US consumers alone now estimated to spend a cool one billion dollars a year on illicit streaming subscriptions. But while large volumes of pirates are happy to spend around $10 per month to have otherwise premium channels delivered to their home at a fraction of market rates, others still prefer to pay nothing for the privilege. For them, there are many free Android-based apps available for download and while they don’t always provide the most reliable experience, people have few complaints when considering the price. One such app that’s been operating within the free niche for some time now is Evil King Media (EKM). While it doesn’t have a Netflix-quality interface, the live TV channels, VOD content, and music on offer have ensured its popularity and with that, the attention of rightsholders. https://torrentfreak.com/images/ekm-v4.2-build04.jpeg Late last month, via anti-piracy company Kopjra, broadcaster Sky filed a DMCA complaint with Github, noting that EKM’s repo was providing software enabling users to obtain Sky TV channels in breach of its exclusive rights. “We are writing in the name and on behalf of Sky Italia S.r.l., the exclusive owner of distribution and exploitation rights of the Sky Italia channels,” the notice begins. “This IPTV App (EKM 4.2) includes illegal and unauthorized Pay Tv Sky Italia channels: Sky Cinema Comedy HD, Sky Sport F1 HD, Sky Sport NBA HD, Sky Sport Uno HD.” Demanding the removal of four APKs, each representing a variant of EKM, the notice targeted EKM 4.2 builds 1,2,3, and 4. Github complied with the requests by deleting the files and also removing the repository. Despite the Github takedown, Evil King Media has its own website, from where people were able to download the software. However, when checking the threads where the app is detailed, there are now several notes in the comment section from an admin called ‘Evil’. People should forget the software moving forward, he writes, because “THE APP WILL NOT BE UPDATED ANY MORE! Uninstall it !!!” The multiple “delete” comments were posted before the removal of the software from Github so at this point it’s unclear whether the apparent discontinuation of EKM and the Sky DMCA takedown notice are connected. However, according to Google’s Transparency Report, Sky’s interest in taking EKM down pre-dates the apparent halt in its development. On June 22, 2020, for example, Sky sent a complaint to Google targeting the EvilKingMedia.com domain (copy here, courtesy of Lumen Database), demanding the deindexing of several pages linked to the EKM app. https://torrentfreak.com/images/sky-lumen-EKM.png However, there are many more complaints filed by Sky and its anti-piracy partner, some of them during this year but a handful dating back to 2019, each citing copyright issues with the Evil King Media site and particularly the EKM app. In almost 96.6% of cases, Google responded by delisting the pages in question. TorrentFreak reached out to the operator of Evil King Media to find out more about the complaints and the discontinuation of the EKM software but at the time of publication, we were yet to hear back. Source: Torrentfreak.com
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  12. Every week we take a close look at the most pirated movies on torrent sites. What are pirates downloading? 'The Tax Collector' tops the chart, followed by ‘The Secret Garden'. 'Greyhound' completes the top three. The data for our weekly download chart is estimated by TorrentFreak, and is for informational and educational reference only. These torrent download statistics are meant to provide further insight into the piracy trends. All data are gathered from public resources. This week we have four new entries in the list. The American war movie The Tax Collector is the most downloaded title this week, again. The film, starring Shia LaBeouf, was released last week and was also the most-rented film on legal services over the past weekend. The most torrented movies for the week ending on August 10 are: Movie RankRank last weekMovie nameIMDb Rating / Trailer Most downloaded movies via torrent sites 1(…)Tax Collector 4.7 / trailer 2(…)The Secret Garden 5.4 / trailer 3(1)Greyhound 7.1 / trailer 4(…)An American Pickle 5.8 / trailer 5(…)Waiting for the Barbarians 5.9 / trailer 6(3)The Old Guard 6.7 / trailer 7(4)Deep Blue Sea 3 4.6 / trailer 8(2)The Kissing Booth 2 6.1 / trailer 9(5)Coma 6.4 / trailer 10(6)Black is King 5.7 / trailer
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