It seems our fellow Japanese fans are already watching The Last Tycoon. Amazon.jp has a trailer announcing both The Last Tycoon and The Interestings. The video has been added in our archive, plus screencaptures at the gallery.
Remember, if you’re in USA, UK, Japan, Germany or Austria, WATCH, RATE AND REVIEW!
Entertainment Weekly has a first look on The Last Tycoon, the new Amazon Studios’ pilot that will air TOMORROW (June 17).
The series stars Matt Bomer as a wunderkind movie producer and Kelsey Grammer as his ferocious boss, studio chief Pat Brady. Together, the duo are determined to turn Hollywood’s studio system on its head, in a tale loosely based on real-life MGM moguls Louis B. Mayer and Irving Thalberg.
Bomer plays Monroe Stahr, a fast-rising film whisperer who’s hard at work on a biopic about his recently deceased wife, Minna. The Last Tycoon also stars Lily Collins as Brady’s ambitious daughter, Cecelia, who has a tendency to hang around Monroe.
The pilot will air exclusively on Amazon Video in the U.S., UK, Germany, Austria and Japan. Amazon’s development process gives all customers an opportunity to stream and review pilots in order to help choose the next Amazon Original Series that are then available to Prime Members. All pilots are available via the Amazon Video app or online at Amazon.com/amazonvideo. So, if you’re in one of the available countries WATCH, RATE AND REVIEW!
Matt visited yesterday the BuzzFeed studios and they published this cute interview (and apparently a new photoshoot bts) on their snapchat. Our friend Alejandra grabbed it, so you can watch it below.
The Salt company has published on their website the first trailer for Matt’s next project Walking Out.
a typical teenage urbanite travels to rural montana to go hunting with his estranged “off-the-grid” father. as they ascend deep into the wilderness, father and son struggle to connect on any level. when an unexpected encounter with a grizzly bear leaves them both with serious injuries, the boy must carry his father to safety if they are to survive.
The film is based on the short story by David Quammen that can be found on his book Blood Line: Stories of Fathers & Sons. Matt finished filming back in February, and the film is currently in post production. Watch the trailer below: