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Adam Griffin Launches New Management Company Vault Entertainment

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Exclusive: Talent manager/producer Adam Griffin has left Link Entertainment, where he was a partner for the last 13 years, to launch his own management company, Vault Entertainment. Joining him at the Beverly Hills-based company are managers Samir Karar and Diandra Younesi and junior manager Natalie Thomas, who all had worked with Griffin at Link.

“I am really looking forward to this next chapter,” said Griffin. “We represent a talented and diverse roster of clients and are looking forward to continuing to guide them as they achieve their professional goals.”

Vault’s client roster includes Patricia Heaton, Kelsey Grammer, Wayne Brady, Val Kilmer (Paramount’s Top Gun: Maverick), Tia Mowry (Netflix’s Family Reunion), Angela Kinsey, Tiffany Boone, Malcolm-Jamal Warner (Fox’s The Resident), Nicholas Gonzalez (ABC’s The Good Doctor
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The 10 Best Quotes From Insatiable

The Netflix show Insatiable is a dark comedy-drama about a young woman who has always been an outcast and her twisted journey into the world of pageants. Patty was fat-shamed and ostracized but after losing the weight because of a freak-accident; then she begins her revenge-fantasy, with the help of lawyer/pageant coach Bob Armstrong.

Related: Insatiable: 10 Other Places You've Seen The Stars

The twisted, strange, and always surprising tale has had very mixed reviews and become one of Netflix's most controversial series. The highly criticized show released its second season and was just as wild as the first.  The show is a weird and dark coming-of-age story with brief motivational interludes. Here are the best and strangest quotes so far.
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Lukas Haas Pic ‘Browse’ Acquired By FilmRise

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FilmRise has picked up the North American distribution rights for the BoulderLight Pictures release of Browse.

Pic, from director Mike Testin stars Lukas Haas as a man who becomes convinced that his identity has been hacked and that someone is using it to manipulate and control him. Desperate for clarity, he seeks to uncover the truth of who is behind it all while his nightmare twists into an insurmountable web of paranoia that threatens to destroy his thinning hold on reality.

Chloe Bridges, and Sarah Rafferty (Suits) also star.

The pic was written by Mario Carvalhal and also shot and edited by Testin for Making Horror – a financing partnership between BoulderLight and Hong Kong based Making Film Limited. J.D. Lifshitz and Raphael Margules produced for BoulderLight, with Akiva Nemetsky and Keaton Heinrichs as Co-Producers. Pang Ho-cheung and Subi Liang executive produced for Making Film.
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Quibi Comedy ‘The Now’ Sets O’Shea Jackson, Daryl Hannah, And Jimmy Tatro In Lead Roles; Alyssa Milano, Rob Yang And Lex Scott Davis To Recur

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The forthcoming Quibi comedy The Now from Academy Award winner Peter Farrelly and Bobby Farrelly has added O’Shea Jackson Jr., Daryl Hannah and Jimmy Tatro in lead roles. The new series will also feature Alyssa Milano (Insatiable), Rob Yang (Succession) and Lex Scott Davis (Superfly) in recurring roles.

The cast will join Dave Franco in the comedy written by Farrelly, Steve Leff (The Ranch) and Pete Jones (Hall Pass). The Now examines what exactly makes life worth living. For Ed Poole (Franco), clarity comes when a secret from his past has seemingly destroyed his future. He soon realizes the only thing that will make his life worth living is to forget the past, screw the future and just live in “The Now”.

Peter and Bobby Farrelly will direct the series. Executive Producers are Steve Golin and Jeff Okin. The
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Ron Perlman, Vanessa Marano & More Star In ‘This Game’s Called Murder’ Thriller

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Ron Perlman, Vanessa Marano & More Star In ‘This Game’s Called Murder’ Thriller
Exclusive: Golden Globe winner Ron Perlman, Switched at Birth alum Vanessa Marano, Natasha Henstridge, James Lastovic, and Annabel Barrett are set to star in This Game’s Called Murder, an indie thriller written and directed by Adam Sherman.

The pic is being described as an absurdist story full of violence, betrayal, and sex set in a world ruled by technology and social media. It’s a modern, dark-humored tale of greed, romance, and lost innocence in consumer-crazed, alienated society that functions as a harsh critique of society today without taking itself too seriously.

Sherman and Hagai Shaham are producing the project, which is shooting in and around Los Angeles.

Perlman, known for FX’s Sons of Anarchy, Amazon’s Hand of God, and the Hellboy features, will next be seen in the Hulu series Reprisal opposite Abigail Spencer. He
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10 Things You Didn’t Know about Chloe Bridges

Whether you know Chloe Bridges from Pretty Little Liars, Insatiable, or one of her many other roles, she’s one of those stunning and sassy actresses who you never forget once you’ve watched them. We love everything about this dark-haired beauty from her ability to tackle a tough part to her style and attitude. Naturally, we got curious about what else there is to know about the rising star. As it turns out, there’s a lot. For example, she’s pretty much addicted to her chapstick. Then again, with lips like hers, who could blame her for protecting them? As random as

10 Things You Didn’t Know about Chloe Bridges
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Alyssa Milano Says She’s Talking With Holly Marie Combs About Making ‘Charmed’ Movies for Netflix (Video)

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Alyssa Milano Says She’s Talking With Holly Marie Combs About Making ‘Charmed’ Movies for Netflix (Video)
Alyssa Milano and Holly Marie Combs made “Charmed” fans’ dreams come true when they guest starred as two sisters on an episode of “Grey’s Anatomy” earlier this month. The special “Cast From the Past Week” installment of the popular ABC medical drama reignited the reunion conversation among those viewers longing for the Power of Three to set them free.

And Milano isn’t shooting down the possibility.

“I mean, Holly and I talk about ‘Charmed’ movies a lot, you know,” the “Insatiable” star told Access Daily hosts Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover. “Because they have the new ‘Charmed,’ which is on The CW, and it’s a very different storyline…”

Also Read: 'Insatiable' Creator on Patty and Bob's Killer Season 2 Finale Revelations, Plans for Season 3

Here’s where Hoover interjects to say The CW’s reboot, which is currently in its second season and produced by CBS TV Studios
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Insatiable: has Netflix's controversial 'fat-shaming' show fixed itself?

The second season of the platform’s critically reviled comedy about an overweight girl who becomes a beauty queen is here to make amends

The first season of Netflix comedy Insatiable was mired in controversy from the very first trailer, which featured the slender actor Debby Ryan donning a fat suit to play Patty Bladell, an overweight and relentlessly bullied teen who seeks revenge after she transforms into a slim beauty pageant contestant. The show was clearly intended to be a satire of pageant culture à la Drop Dead Gorgeous, but the candy-colored tones never quite squared with the show’s sense of humor, which could be recklessly cruel without ever being particularly funny. The show was panned by TV critics (it received only a 13% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes), but the constant stream of press also led to a large viewership and so, somewhat amazingly, it’s returned for a second season.
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‘Insatiable’ Creator on Patty and Bob’s Killer Season 2 Finale Revelations, Plans for Season 3

  • The Wrap
(Warning: This post contains spoilers for the Season 2 finale of “Insatiable”)

The second season of Netflix’s dark comedy “Insatiable” launched last Friday, meaning all the fans who have been waiting patiently to see the Season 1 cliffhanger resolved have had ample time to binge the new episodes — and get to the shocking revelations at the end of Season 2: Regina Sinclair (Arden Myren) is the Pageant Killer, Bob Armstrong (Dallas Roberts) is framed for the Pageant Killer’s murders and imprisoned, and Patty Bladell (Debby Ryan), your new Miss American Lady, says she’s going to prove he’s innocent and get him out by finding and murdering Regina.

Oh, and she admits she likes killing and has no intention of stopping now that she’s realized “nothing tastes as good as killing feels.”

So what does that mean for our binge-eating beauty queen if the show gets renewed for
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Insatiable: Season Two Viewer Votes

Are viewers satiated with the second season of the Insatiable TV show on Netflix? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether TV shows like Insatiable will be cancelled or renewed for season three. Netflix and other streaming platforms, however, collect their own data. If you've been watching this TV series, we'd love to know how you feel about the season one episodes of Insatiable below.

A dark Netflix revenge comedy, Insatiable stars Dallas Roberts, Debby Ryan, Christopher Gorham, Sarah Colonna, Erinn Westbrook, Kimmy Shields, Michael Provost, Irene Choi, Alyssa Milano, and Arden Myrin. The story centers on a teenager named Patty (Ryan). She's been bullied about her weight for years and now, she's thin. Now, she's hellbent on exacting retribution from everyone who has ever done her wrong.

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Insatiable: 10 Other Places You've Seen The Stars

In 2014, a New York Times article came out called "The Pageant King of Alabama." The Netflix show Insatiable is based on that article. It was first released in August of last year, telling the story of an ex-beauty pageant coach who decided to help a troubled teen, and the second season’s premiere date is October 11, 2019.

Related: Mbti® Of Insatiable Characters

Where have we seen the cast of this show before? Here are all the other places to see the stars of Insatiable!
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Chelsea Stardust's Satanic Panic Gets a Blu-ray, DVD Release This Month

Rlje Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, will release Satanic Panic on October 22, 2019 on DVD and on Blu-ray. Written by popular horror author, Grady Hendrix, and directed by up-and-coming director Chelsea Stardust (Into The Dark's All That We Destroy), the horror/comedy film stars Hayley Griffith, Ruby Modine, Rebecca Romijn, Arden Myrin and Jerry O'Connell. Rlje Films will release Satanic Panic on DVD for an Srp of $27.97 and on Blu-ray for an Srp of $28.97.

In Satanic Panic, Sam's (Griffith) first day as a pizza delivery driver is not going according to plan. At the end of a long day and not enough tips, her last delivery turns out to be for a group of Satanists looking for someone to sacrifice. Now in a fight for her life, Sam must fend off witches, evil spells and demonic creatures, all while trying to keep her body - and soul - intact.
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Wamg Giveaway – Win the Horror Comedy Satanic Panic on DVD

Rlje Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, will release Satanic Panic on October 22, 2019 on DVD and on Blu-ray. Written by popular horror author, Grady Hendrix (“We Sold Our Souls,” “My Best Friend’s Exorcism”), and directed by up-and-coming director Chelsea Stardust (Into The Dark’s All That We Destroy), the horror/comedy film stars Hayley Griffith (“The Loudest Voice”, “The Mysteries of Laura”), Ruby Modine (“Shameless”, Happy Death Day franchise), Rebecca Romijn (X-Men franchise, “Star Trek: Discovery”), Arden Myrin (“Insatiable”, “Shameless”) and Jerry O’Connell (Stand By Me, “Billions”). Rlje Films will release Satanic Panic on DVD for an Srp of $27.97 and on Blu-ray for an Srp of $28.97. Check out this thrilling trailer:

Now you can win the Win the DVD of Satanic Panic. We Are Movie Geeks has two copies to give away. All you have to do is leave a comment below telling us what your favorite
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Morena Baccarin, Rob Delaney, Beverly D’Angelo & More Move Into Amblin Partners’ ‘The Good House’

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Exclusive: Amblin PartnersSigourney Weaver-Kevin Kline feature reteam The Good House has added six castmembers including Deadpool franchise’s Morena Baccarin and Rob Delaney, as well as Vacation‘s Beverly D’Angelo, David Rasche, Rebecca Henderson and Molly Brown.

The pic, already shooting in Canada, is directed by Maya Forbes and Wally Wolodarsky, based on a script they co-wrote adapted from the Ann Leary novel. The Good House follows Hildy Good (Weaver), a wry New England realtor and descendant of the Salem witches who loves her wine and loves her secrets. Her compartmentalized life starts to unravel as she rekindles an old romance and becomes dangerously entwined in one person’s reckless behavior.

Baccarin will play Rebecca McAllister, a beautiful, luminous woman in an unhappy marriage. She’s distractible, emotional, with an air of danger around her. Baccarin just wrapped back to back films Waldo opposite Charlie Hunnam and Greenland opposite Gerard Butler.
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Debby Ryan Is Back For Season 2 of Controversial Series Insatiable - Watch the Trailer!

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Patty is back at it again in the season two trailer for Insatiable . . . and by that we mean she's potentially going on a murder spree? Oh boy.

Season two of the beauty queen comedy, one of Netflix's most controversial series, is set to premiere on Oct. 11, and the recently dropped trailer promises to pick up exactly where the first batch of episodes left off. In case you need a refresher on where that is, exactly, here's the deal: after a lot of emotional upheaval following her weight loss and decision to wreck havoc on the lives of everyone who treated her like garbage because of her appearance, Patty (played by Debby Ryan) ends season one by beating bad-boy Christian (James Lastovic) to death with a crowbar.

It's mainly in self-defense after she discovers that he drugged and kidnapped Magnolia (Erinn Westbrook) for them to kill together. Even then, she's
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‘Insatiable’ Season 2 Trailer: Netflix’s Panned Dramedy Promises to Be ‘Messy’

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A little over a year after it first dropped on Netflix, the Debby Ryan-led satirical dark dramedy “Insatiable” is returning for a second season. The series’ 10-episode order drops on Friday, October 11, and based on the trailer, it looks like it’s not going to let its critically-panned past hold it back.

“Don’t let the past drag you down,” beauty pageant coach Bob (Dallas Robert) tells his protege, Patty (Ryan). “We’re leaving all the drama behind.”

Of course, this line refers to the fact that Season 1 ended with Patty killing her boyfriend and Patty and Bob working to dispose of the evidence and body. (And now Patty’s rightfully a murder suspect.) But there’s a loaded meta context that naturally comes with that line, especially when it comes to the critical reception of this show.

“Insatiable’s” first season has a Certified Rotten score of 13% on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes,
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Walt Disney Animation Adds Four Directors to New Film Projects

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Walt Disney Animation Adds Four Directors to New Film Projects
Four filmmakers have have been hired as directors at Walt Disney Animation Studios (Wdas), the company announced on Tuesday. Two of the directors are veteran story artists, whose careers have grown at Wdas, and the two directors who are new to the studio have both directed acclaimed films.

Directors Carlos Lopez Estrada, Suzi Yoonessi, and Disney vets Josie Trinidad and Marc Smith are each developing new theatrical animated films.

“We aim to have Walt Disney Animation Studios serve as the premiere home for filmmakers interested in telling engaging stories within the limitless animation medium,” Wdas Chief Creative Officer Jennifer Lee said in a statement to TheWrap. “Carlos and Suzi are two incredible, inventive filmmakers who have both received acclaim for their work. Josie and Marc, master, lead story artists, have been instrumental in shaping such films as ‘Zootopia’ and ‘Frozen 2.’ We are so thrilled to have these four talented artists
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‘Insatiable’ Season 2 Trailer: Debby Ryan’s Beauty Queen Is Back – and Is a Murder Suspect (Video)

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‘Insatiable’ Season 2 Trailer: Debby Ryan’s Beauty Queen Is Back – and Is a Murder Suspect (Video)
Get ready to eat your heart out, “Insatiable” fans, ’cause the Season 2 trailer has arrived.

In the 1-minute, 53-second video, which you can view above, Debby Ryan returns as Patty, a binge-eating beauty queen who committed murder on the Season 1 finale and is now apparently a suspect. But she’s still pretty and, as Magnolia points out in the trailer, “you can get away with a lot when you’re hot.”

Though we’re not sure she’s gotten her rage, over-eating or body image issues under control just yet. In fact, all of the above might have just gotten worse.

Also Read: 'Insatiable' Season 2 Gets Premiere Date at Netflix

Here’s the official description for the second season: In season two of “Insatiable” we find Patty dealing with, well, a lot. Her past is haunting her, and her struggle to be “good” is becoming harder and harder
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Insatiable's Patty Is a Wanted Woman in Sexy Season 2 Trailer — Watch

Patty’s at it again! Netflix on Monday released the trailer for Insatiable‘s upcoming second season (Oct. 11), teasing more insane shenanigans courtesy of Debby Ryan‘s bloodthirsty beauty queen character.

In case you’re a little fuzzy about where Insatiable left off, here’s a quick refresher: Season 1 ended with Patty (Ryan) beating Christian to death with a crowbar after discovering that he roofied Magnolia (Erinn Westbrook) and stuffed her in the back of his car. The fact that Patty repeatedly screamed “I’m a good person!” while committing this murder should give you some idea of her current mental state.
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Netflix's New Releases Coming in October 2019

Netflix is starting off October by adding a number of new movies and TV shows to the streaming platform.

New seasons of the Netflix original series The Kominsky Method, Carmen Sandiego, Insatiable, Big Mouth, Baby, Peaky Blinders, Greenhouse Academy and more will be added to the streamer during the month.

A number of original movies including The Laundromat, El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie, Dolemite Is My Name, The Awakening of Motti Wolkenbruch, Eli, Seventeen and Upstarts also will be added.

Additionally, the comedy specials Jenny Slate: Stage Fright and Nikki Glaser: Bangin' will debut during October.

Films including Charlie's Angels,...
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