From TVWeek.com comes news about Showtime’s free preview being available online as well as on their cable network. Showtime’s cable-based free preview runs Oct. 6-8 and their online preview runs from Oct. 6-14. Included in the preview are: In addition to installments of “Weeds,” Showtime will offer episodes of “Dexter,” “Sleeper Cell,” “Brotherhood,” “The L Word,” “Penn & Teller: Bullshit!” “Showtime Championship Boxing” and a first look at upcoming series “The Tudors.” The online preview will be available through Yahoo! TV. Thanks to Shelia for the news.
From Bootstrap Films (thanks to Shelia for the find) comes word about a possible new project for Jonathan: Following on the success of the short film, WHAT IF, the project is currently being developed into a feature film. WHAT IF is produced by Bootstrap Films and Colin Farrell and Jonathan Rhys Meyers and Brendan Gleeson will star in the feature film version with Simon Delaney and Hugh Lee. The feature is a comedy, which tells the story of two movie stuntmen who, looking for a way out, write a...
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You can watch Jonathan’s acceptance speech at the GQ Men of the Year awards on YouTube thanks to Silverhawk (he appears at 3:12 into the video). The October issue of UK GQ magazine has interviews with all of the Men of Year winners. You can also view video and interviews from the red carpet on GQ’s website (there’s a brief glimpse of Jonny in the beginning and his short interview is at 3:36 into the video). Update: YouTube has unfortunately pulled the video that was posted.
According to BBC News, Oliver Stone plans to release another version of “Alexander” on DVD. There currently are versions of the theatrical release and a director’s cut. Now Stone says he will release a version of the film with a running time of 3 hours and 40 minutes. Stone told BBC One’s Breakfast “this thing has haunted me”. “By truncating it into three hours, we lost things that were important. This version allows you to immerse yourself in the classical world.” No release date has been announced yet.