Best Actress in a Limited Series/TV Movie: Felicity Huffman, Riley Keough, Sarah Paulson, Charlotte Rampling, Kerry Washington #GoldenGlobes
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New event photos added to the Felicity Huffman Source Gallery from Tacori In Wonderland At The Viceroy Santa Monica.
The American Crime actress is attached to a star in an untitled political family comedy from Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and co-executive producer Vijal Patel, which has earned a big commitment from the Alphabet network.
Per our sister site Deadline, the potential series explores how today’s “politics of division” plays out between two opposing pundits who also happen to be husband and wife. (Think James Carville and Mary Matalin.) Bitter work rivals on their show Black & Wright — one’s black, one’s white; one’s left, one’s right — the couple (Huffman plays the wife) has to turn conflict into compromise at home when it comes to raising their kids.
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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bring their award-winning drama, Stealing Cars, to DVD. Before the official release date, take a peek ensemble drama starring Mike Epps (The Hangover), Felicity Huffman (American Crime), William H. Macy (Shamless) and John Leguizamo (John Wick).
Taking home the the Zeitgeist Award at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival, the critically acclaimed drama comes from Rachel Winter, a producer of Dallas Buyers Club, and executive producers Mark Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson (Entourage). Winter had been in development of the project since the mid-1990s before finally getting the film going into production. She first read the Stealing Cars script by Will Aldis and Steve Mackall back in 1999.
According to the official plot synopsis, Billy Wyatt (Emory Cohen) is a young man with tremendous promise. A tragic car accident sends the confident yet rebellious teen spiraling downward into the juvenile penal system, His troubled past unfortunately leads Billy straight to the Bernville Camp for Boys. Inside the camp, Billy must navigate his way through dangerous inmates, while dealing with a cruel and equally punishing staff. During his incarceration, Billy learns to inspire others and find out the truth about himself in the process.