CONDOR: Co-creators Jason Smilovic & Todd Katzberg on new thriller series – Exclusive Interview

CONDOR - Season 1 Key Art | © 2018 AT&T Audience Network

CONDOR, AT&T Audience Network’s new Wednesday-night series, is based on the 1975 film THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR starring Robert Redford, which in turn was based on James Grady’s novel SIX DAYS OF THE CONDOR. With the series, we get ten episodes of CONDOR, which stars Max Irons as Joe Turner, a young C.I.A. analyst who is horrified when everyone else in his office is murdered – and he is blamed for the mass killing. As Joe tries to clear his name and find out who is actually responsible, a major conspiracy goes to work against him. Jason Smilovic and […]Read On »

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CONDOR: Bob Balaban on new action thriller series – Exclusive Interview

CONDOR - Season 1 Key Art | © 2018 AT&T Audience Network

AT&T Audience Network’s new series CONDOR, based on the 1975 theatrical thriller THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR, which was based on James Grady’s novel SIX DAYS OF THE CONDOR, follows young CIA analyst Joe Turner (Max Irons), who is framed for the slaughter of everyone else in his office. As Joe tries to exonerate himself and find out what has happened, other forces close in around him. Bob Balaban plays Reuel Abbott, a high-ranking government official who is one of the chief threats to Joe. The Chicago-born Balaban is an actor and director. His performing career encompasses film, television and […]Read On »

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Movie Review: THE MONUMENTS MEN

THE MONUMENTS MEN | © 2014 Columbia Pictures

Rating: PG-13 Stars: George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin, Bob Balaban, Hugh Bonneville, Cate Blanchett, Dimitri Leonidas Writers: George Clooney & Grant Heslov, based on the book by Robert M. Edsel with Bret Witter Director: George Clooney Distributor: Columbia Pictures/Fox 2000 Pictures Release Date: February 7, 2014 THE MONUMENTS MEN, directed by George Clooney and scripted by Clooney and Grant Heslov from a book by Robert M. Edsel with Bret Witter, concerns a true, little-known chapter of World War II – and world art – history. Concerned by Hitler’s propensity for not just killing people but […]Read On »

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