Despite reports the actress-director is done with Hollywood, she is in talks to star in 'The Spy Who Loved' and a Catherine the Great project; is developing 'Without Blood' as a directing vehicle; and will produce 'The One and Only Ivan' for Disney
As Steven Avery’s case re-enters the Wisconsin judicial system courtesy of a newly filed appeal, the subject of Netflix’s blockbuster true crime docuseries, Making a Murderer can take heart in knowing that his supporters are finding creative ways to show their spirit. To donate directly to the cause, you can visit their online legal fund, which also includes an evidence library and complete transcripts for the trial of Avery’s nephew and accused accomplice, Brendan Dassey.
Big happenings in the Gilmore Girls universe this week: Oct. 5 marked the 15th anniversary of the show’s debut on The WB network, and Gilmore fans have a new destination for watching (by which, of course, we mean re-watching) episodes: the UP network, which now airs GG on weekdays. 1. Gilmore Girls was the original show title, though it was briefly changed to The Gilmore Way before finally being locked in as Gilmore Girls. The inspiration for the Gilmore name: the Gilmore Bank at the Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles, which merged with (and changed its name to) Grandpoint Bank in 2013. 2. Hollywood agent-turned-producer Gavin Polone worked with creator Amy Sherman-Palladino to develop Gilmore Girls, and he has said part of the inspiration for the show’s focus on the mother-daughter relationship between Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Rory (Alexis Bledel) was the 1999 movie Drop Dead Gorgeous, which he produced, and the relationship between characters played by Ellen Barkin and Kirsten Dunst.
Later this year, Netflix will premiere its next Marvel series, Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as a failed New York-based superhero who reinvents herself as a private detective. Patsy is poised for a breakout beyond Jessica Jones. Marvel, which has been dramatically expanding and diversifying its comics roster over the past two years, continues apace with the launch of the female-led Patsy Walker, aka Hellcat!, written by Kate Leth and illustrated by Brittney Williams.
Behold, the latest dragon to terrorize the riders of Berk. Here, in this exclusive clip, we see the dreaded Snow Wraith in action for the first time.