All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘fargo’

Roxanne Daner, Adam Goldberg Welcome Son Following Stillbirth

Roxanne Daner and Adam Goldberg welcomed a baby boy just a few weeks ago. The couple lost their first baby to a stillbirth about a year and a half ago. The Fargo actor shared word of Daner’s pregnancy during a recent podcast. “My girlfriend Roxanne is pregnant,” Goldberg said on the show, which was taped several months earlier. “We weren’t …

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Hulu Acquires ‘Fargo’ And Other MGM Content

Hulu announced that it has acquired exclusive streaming rights to hit television series (or mini-series, if you prefer..it was renewed for a second season) Fargo. The acquisition comes as part of an expansion of Hulu’s relationship with MGM, and it also includes all episodes of History’s Vikings as well as multi-year, non-exclusive licensing rights to over 1,500 episodes of MGM …

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Kirsten Dunst and Breaking Bad’s Jesse Plemons Take on New 1979 Fargo Season

Kirsten Dunst is one of the first cast members for the next season of Fargo, the surprise hit for FX last season. Dunst will be joined by Jesse Plemons, who wowed audiences in Breaking Bad as the shockingly amoral Todd. While Dunst and Plemons are certainly recognizable names, it is the concept behind this season of Fargo that is delicious. …

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Kirsten Dunst Signs On For ’70s “Fargo” With “Breaking Bad” Alum

Kirsten Dunst is best known for her film roles, but the blonde beauty will be moving to television next fall for the second season of Fargo. The 10-episode arc will follow Dunst’s character, Peggy Blomquist, as she tries to figure out a way to move from a small-town beauty shop to the big city. Her husband, Ed, will be played …

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Billy Bob Thornton Reveals The Show He’d Love To Do

Billy Bob Thornton has made quite an impression on Fargo fans this season, but as much fun as he had playing the villain, he says he won’t be coming back for the next incarnation of the show. “It was such a thrill to do the show. I have nothing to complain about. Hopefully, another one that good will come along,” …

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Billy Bob Thornton on Why TV is Better Than Films

Billy Bob Thornton, 58, has been in the movie business for many years as an actor and director, but the Fargo actor says TV is the place to be these days. “Television has taken that slot that the movies aren’t doing any more,” said Thornton in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. “They’re not doing the mid-range budget studio movies, the …

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“Fargo” Trailer Gives Us A Deeper Look At New Show

“Fargo” grabbed us all when it premiered in 1996; the Coen brothers outdid themselves with that one, giving us dark humor mixed with a gruesome, captivating story. The stress on the Minnesota accents could have bordered on silly if the film hadn’t been done right, and while they do add to some of the humor in the movie, the focus …

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Bill Murray Talks Big ‘Garfield’ Mistake

Bill Murray starred as the voice of Garfield in the 2004 film, Garfield: The Movie, but recently admitted via a Reddit chat his huge mistake in taking the role. Believing the script was created by renown film writer Joel Coen–known for hits like The Big Lebowski and Fargo–he didn’t even completely read through it, assuming he was signing on for …

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Obesity Letters. Are American Children too Fat ?

A highly opinionated woman, who identifies herself as “Cheryl” was a guest on a  radio show hosted by Corey Schaffer out of Fargo, North Dakota. During the interview she stated she would distribute candy to all children who are trick or treating. However, the candy would be accompanied with obesity letters. This letter is addressed to the parents of children …

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Coen Brothers to Produce New “Fargo” TV Series

Movie moguls Joel and Ethan Coen are at it once more. But for the first time, it’s for television. Famous for such favorites as “The Big Lebowski,” and “No Country for Old Men,” the Coens are set to produce a 10-part adaption of the acclaimed film “Fargo” with Billy Bob Thorton in the lead role of Lorne Malvo.  John Landgraf, …

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