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Published on 03/17/2021 Under News

Via Variety: The team behind “Justified” is reuniting to develop an FX series based on the Elmore Leonard novel “City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit,” with Timothy Olyphant potentially returning as Raylan Givens, Variety has learned exclusively.

“Justfied” creator Graham Yost will serve as executive producer, with “Justified” writers and executive producers Michael Dinner and Dave Andron onboard to co-write, executive produce, and serve as co-showrunners.

According to sources, as the project is in the very early stages, nothing is set in stone as of yet, meaning Olyphant could star in the series or appear in a smaller role, but no deal has yet been made.

Read more at Variety.

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Published on 01/15/2021 Under News

Via Deadline: While we still don’t know much about David O. Russell’s forthcoming feature for New Regency, Deadline has confirmed that Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts, and Alessandro Nivola have all joined the starry ensemble.

Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek and Zoe Saldana will also star in the untitled project, which is based on an original idea from the five-time Oscar-nominated filmmaker. Filming is currently underway in Califonia. New Regency’s Arnon Milchan will produce alongside Matthew Budman and Anthony Katagas.

Read more at Deadline.

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Published on 10/21/2020 Under News The Mandalorian Video

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Published on 10/08/2020 Under Interview News Video

Timothy Olyphant talks to Seth about the usual bits he creates for his Late Night appearances and explains the process of promoting a show like Fargo.

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Published on 09/06/2020 Under News The Mandalorian

Disney revealed the show’s second season will begin streaming on Disney+ on Oct. 30.

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Published on 08/10/2020 Under Fargo News

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.

Read more at Hollywood Reporter.

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Published on 08/04/2020 Under Fargo News Video

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Published on 07/31/2020 Under News

Via etonline.com:

Deadwood and Justified actor Timothy Olyphant lends his voice and star power to Wondery’s latest true-crime podcast, Billionaire Boys Club. And ET can exclusively share the trailer for the new series about a get-rich-quick plan gone wrong.

Co-hosted by Olyphant and Tracy Patton, Billionaire Boys Club recounts the real-life story that took place during the 1980s, when a group of wealthy boys from Los Angeles attempted to lure people into investing millions of dollars in their massive Ponzi scheme. However, things quickly fall apart when their leader, Joseph Hunt, turned to kidnapping and murder in order to cover their losses.

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Published on 07/18/2020 Under News Video

Via comicbook.com: WWE’s Undertaker: The Last Ride gave fans a behind the scenes look at an icon, letting fans see the person behind the legendary character. Through 5 chapter fans got a front-row seat of the falls, the triumphs, and the pain that comes with having such a long and successful career, but thankfully WWE’s not quite done with The Deadman. WWE is releasing a bonus episode of Undertaker: The Last Ride titled Tales from the Deadman, which will reveal a variety of stories and crazy adventures Undertaker experienced along the way, and the new episode will be narrated by Emmy-nominated actor and producer Timothy Olyphant.

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Published on 05/20/2020 Under News

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