Timothy Olyphant attends L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade on September 12, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
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Timothy Olyphant, Shay Mitchell, Britt Robertson, Jack Whitehall, Aasif Mandvi and Loni Love have joined the cast of Mother’s Day, the ensemble romantic comedy from Garry Marshall that Open Road has already slated for an April 2016 bow. Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson and Jason Sudeikis are already aboard the film, the latest in Marshall’s franchise that includes Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve.
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All entries benefit the amazing Alex’s Lemonade Stand in their fight against childhood cancer.
Missing Justified? Now, I can’t bring it back, but I can bring one of you out to LA to mix drinks with me. We’ll even have a nice dinner with some celebrity chefs beforehand. ENTER HERE: http://bit.ly/DrinksWithTimAll entries benefit the amazing Alex’s Lemonade Stand in their fight against childhood cancer.
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HBO’s “Deadwood was beloved but short-lived, spanning only three seasons from 2004 to 2006.
However, the Western drama may be returning in the form of a movie, according to the network.
“In reference to Garret Dillahunt’s tweet regarding the rumored Deadwood movie, there have only been very preliminary conversations,” an HBO spokesperson told TheWrap Wednesday.
The campaign to bring back the cult show that starred Ian McShane and Timothy Olyphant plus an ensemble cast playing historical figures such as Seth Bullock, Al Swearengen, Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Wyatt Earp, was sparked by Dillahunt, who tweeted the idea.
“So uh….I’m hearing credible rumors about a #Deadwood movie. #Everybodypray,” wrote the actor who played Jack McCall.
“Come on @HBO…you made @entouragemovie. Give the #Deadwood fans some closure. #Youcandoit,” he pleaded later Wednesday night.
Set in a South Dakota town in the 1870s, “Deadwood” received wide critical acclaim and raked in eight Emmy awards including for best drama, best writing and best acting, and a Golden Globe for McShane.
However, in May 2006, HBO confirmed it had opted not to pick up the options of the actors. Talks of subsequent film revivals followed but never came to fruition and in 2009 McShane told Jon Stewart during a “Daily Show” appearance that “‘Deadwood’ is dead.”
Elmore Leonard, best known for his crime novels, turned to the infamous location of Harlan County, Ky., for inspiration to create a new character, U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens. He appears in the novels Pronto and Riding the Rap and the short story “Fire in the Hole.” The latter inspired Canadian writer-producer Graham Yost (Boomtown) to create Justified for FX.
Over the course of six seasons, Timothy Olyphant (A Perfect Getaway, The Crazies) made the character his own, imbuing the lawman with a sharp, dry wit, an ironic self-consciousness and a low-burning but ever-present anger hidden just beneath a polite veneer. The series, which featured an amazing menagerie of oddball characters played by Walton Goggins, Nick Searcy, Joelle Carter and Natalie Zea, ended this spring.
It will no doubt go down in TV history as one of the best-loved dramas of the new millennium. Sony released Justified: The Final Season in a three-disc set which contains all 13 final episodes.
(www.sonypictures.com; $55.99 DVD; $65.99 Blu-ray; not rated)
According to TV Line, the Television Critics Association has announced the nominees for the 31st Annual TCA Awards. FX each garnered five nominations, which includes Justified earning a nod for Outstanding Achievement in Drama.
Justified took the lead with 5 nominations at the fifth annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards. Sam Elliott took home an award for his role as the scene-stealing antagonist, Avery Markham, The Big Lebowski actor won the award for Guest Performer in a Drama Series. Elliott beat Goggins, Lois Smith from The Americans, and Julianne Nicholson from Masters of Sex.
Justified creator/showrunner Graham Yost, who serves as executive producer of The Americans, also joined the celebration as the show won for Best Drama Series.
The 31st Annual TCA Awards will be held Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015 during the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour.