10 Best Milos Forman Movies

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

A five-time Oscar winner from Czechoslovakia, Milos Forman directed some of the most notable dramas from the late 20th century. Known most for his adaptation of a famous Ken Kesey novel from 1962, Forman got the chance to work with some of the greatest actors of his time throughout his decades-long career. The filmmaker worked until 2006 and passed in 2018, leaving behind a prolific filmography and a complicated life behind-the-scenes. Early in his career, Forman faced trouble as his country was invaded in 1968 by the troops of the Warsaw Pact. He left his country for the US, where he immediately gained more success than he ever had back in his home country in Europe. In the decades that followed, Forman managed to establish himself as one of the most important dramatic filmmakers of the last quarter of the 20th century.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

His best (and most famous) film, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest sees Jack Nicholson playing R.P. McMurphy, a criminal who pleaded insanity after getting in trouble with the law. After being sent to a mental institution, he led a rebellion against those in charge of the facility. It’s Forman’s masterpiece for countless reasons.

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Amadeus

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Winner of eight Oscars, Amadeus is Forman’s most-awarded film. Based on a stage play, the feature film follows the life of famous and massively influential composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from birth till death. Told through the lens of modern composer Antonio Salieri (played excellently by F. Murray Abraham), the movie might be the best portrait-of-an-artist film ever made. Many have tried, but very few have succeeded in portraying someone’s life in such an interesting and rich way.

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Taking Off

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

Written and directed by Forman very soon after fleeing for America, Taking Off is a comedy that follows a group of parents suddenly given the opportunity to reinvent themselves after their children run away from home. It’s a ridiculously inventive idea and one that cemented Forman’s status as a filmmaker to be reckoned with. Inspired by the song “She’s Leaving Home” by The Beatles, Forman managed to craft something really inventive here.

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Loves of a Blonde

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

Made while Milos Forman was still in Czechoslovakia, Loves of a Blonde sees a factory manager who convinces the army to send soldiers to the area surrounding his business in an attempt to boost the morale of his female workers. Like Taking Off, Forman’s early work is often just as impressive as his later stuff, showing exactly the kind of filmmaker he was and who he was destined to become.

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The Firemen’s Ball

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

The last movie he made before heading to America, The Firemen’s Ball features a cast of real firefighters and very few professional actors as they tell the story of a disastrous evening at a small town’s annual ball. It’s interesting that Forman largely gave up on comedy after coming to the US — perhaps it’s because of the pain that came with leaving his home for a strange new place. Still, The Firemen’s Ball is as strong as Taking Off and Loves of a Blonde, making the viewer wish Forman would have done a few more comedies in his time.

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Man on the Moon

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The closest thing we have to a blend of early Forman and later Forman’s styles, hysterical comedy and gripping drama, is 1999’s Man on the Moon. Starring Jim Carrey as enigmatic comedian Andy Kaufman, Forman struggled throughout the production to get usable footage of Carrey — as shown in the Netflix Original documentary Jim & Andy, Carrey completely disappeared into the role (much to the disdain of the cast and crew and anyone else in the actor’s vicinity). It’s no wonder Forman directed just one other film after this one — it would have broken even the strongest filmmaker.

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Hair

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

A movie about hippie culture in the years following the Vietnam War, Hair is Forman’s musical comedy that also doubles as an impactful drama about wartime in America. It helps that Forman has an outsider’s perspective on the nation’s involvement in the devastating war, having been in States just a little over a decade at the time he decided to adapt this cult Broadway musical.

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Black Peter

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

Forman’s first fictional film, Black Peter is a sympathetic and loving look at the working class of his home country. It shows a young boy as he joins the workforce and fights against his father’s ideals, proving to be incredibly influential in what would become known as the Czech New Wave. Everything impressive about Forman’s later films is present here, all those decades earlier.

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Ragtime

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Based on the novel by E.L. Doctorow, Ragtime is a well-meaning but pretty dated attempt at tackling race relations in America at the start of the 20th century. Forman might not be as well-versed in the politics of American society, which means that this movie has a few uncomfortable parts upon rewatching in the 21st century, but the movie was praised immensely upon its release. The movie is compelling, to be sure, even if its politics don’t work as well anymore.

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The People vs. Larry Flynt

10 Best Milos Forman Movies

Speaking of which, The People vs. Larry Flynt is another solid yet dated film from Forman. Telling the story of a controversial adult magazine publisher and how he fought for free speech, Woody Harrelson and Edward Norton deliver solid performances in one of many biopics from Forman. Like almost everything else he’s done, the movie received massive praise in the wake of its release and less praise upon reassessment later on.

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Ryan Shore Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures

After reading Ryan Shore’s resume, one can’t help but be impressed. The Emmy and Grammy-nominated composer has scored everything from video games, documentaries, TV series, films and VR projects. 2019 is already shaping up to be a pretty good year for the musician. He received the Thailand Academy Award for ‘Best Score’ for the animated feature The Legend of Muay Thai: 9 Satra, and it was just announced that his recently scored VR film, Cave, will be premiering at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. His other current title is part of one of the most famous franchises in the world, Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures. The series reintroduces key moments and characters of the Star Wars saga through short animations and can be seen on Disney’s StarWarsKids.com. We decided to speak with Shore about these projects and much more in the below exclusive interview.

Are there any specific challenges scoring Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures?

One of the specific challenges is finding ways of seamlessly transitioning from original John Williams recordings from the original Star Wars films in and out of original music that I compose. Accompanied with that is also the challenge of making new recordings which I create to match the sonic quality of recording sessions from the 1970s and 1980s.

Some of John William’s Star Wars themes are interwoven in Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures. Does that add any extra pressure on you?

It doesn’t present any extra pressures per se. It’s actually more of the contrary! When I’m able to quote one of John Williams’ iconic Star Wars themes, it immediately establishes the musical vocabulary for the moment and it’s just pure joy working with his themes from there.

How would you say that you have put your own spin on the Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures score?

For Galaxy of Adventures I don’t intentionally try to change the musical direction or compositional approach from the original films, so hopefully, if I haven’t put my own spin on it then I’ve succeeded!

What was your favorite part of scoring Star Wars Forces of Destiny?

All of the music for every episode of Forces of Destiny was composed originally for that episode, and so I beyond loved the trust and freedom that Lucasfilm placed in me to explore each episode musically.

You scored a VR film called Cave which is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival. How would you describe your compositions for that film?

In Cave, the audience is transported back to 10,000 BC, when stories were told around a campfire and the history of our ancestors was written on the walls of the caves. The story follows the journey of Ayara, a young woman who is struggling to decide whether to accept her role as Shaman, her tribe’s only emissary to the spirit world.

I began my process by researching Scandinavian folk songs, their musical forms, the way the melodies are constructed, and the instruments that would have played them at the time. I then composed my own folk melodies and compositions which I later used as the musical foundation for additional orchestral elements that I later added into the instrumentation. It is a very melodic and accessible score, which at times is very small and intimate, and at other times grows to encompass a sense of wonderment and spirituality.

Were you given freedom to choose the sound for Cave or were you under specific parameters to work within?

I worked very closely with director Kris Layng to establish the sound of the music. Kris had very clear ideas and great insights about the type of score that he wanted to have for the film. We had many conversations about it, we listened to various types of Scandinavian folk music, and we discussed in excellent detail about each of the characters in the film and the emotions we would want the audience to feel.

How different is it to score a VR film than a television show?

In some ways they are the same in that I’m composing music as a storyteller. Both mediums provide a set of locked timings for which the story plays, and so I compose the score to be in exact synchronization with the story at all times and in the same way for every viewing. I’m always thinking of many of the same concepts for both mediums, such as using the music to establish time and place and to underscore the narrative arc of the story.

One of the two main differences I find with VR is that VR isn’t made in frames in the same way film or TV is. Frame rates for VR are determined by processor speeds, graphics hardware, the complexity of the visuals at any given moment, and any other tasks which may be taxing on the processor at the same time. So I find that referencing synchronization has presented new challenges when working in VR.

The other main difference I find with VR is how unbelievably immersive an experience it is to view. VR completely takes the audience into an entirely new world and experience. This interestingly creates an additional challenge when scoring, since my preference would be to wear the VR headset while I’m composing the music for the film so that I can be completely immersed in the experience and inspired by it while I’m writing. However, if I’m wearing the headset then I can’t see my piano keys and all of my computer programs I use for composing. So I find that I need to watch the VR film in 2D, with multiple angles showing at the same time, while I’m scoring. I then periodically put the VR headset on from time to time to re-experience the story in its final format.

I believe VR will have a massive place in the future of entertainment, storytelling, news, social interactivity and medicine. It is beyond incredibly inspiring to be able to compose music within this exciting and revolutionary medium.

Cave marks the fourth VR film I’ve had the opportunity to score. The first three VR films are for Penrose Studios’ and are the films The Rose and I, Allumette, and Arden’s Wake: Tides Fall. The latter of which recently won Best Virtual Reality Film (Lion) at the Venice Film Festival. I’m told this is the first time a VR film has won an award at the festival.

I’m in discussions for some more VR films as we speak, and I truly can’t wait to dive into scoring more virtual reality!

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IFC Films Debuts First Full Trailer For Mary Magdalene

IFC Films debuts full trailer for Mary Magdalene

A week after acquiring the rights to the biblical drama Mary Magdalene starring Rooney Mara (A Ghost Story) and Joaquin Phoenix (Joker), IFC Films has released a new trailer for the epic which can be viewed in the player below!

RELATED: IFC Films Acquires U.S. Rights to Rooney Mara’s Mary Magdalene 

The film was originally set to be released March of last year by The Weinstein Company, but after the studio’s bankruptcy due to co-founder Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct, the film was shelved until IFC Films acquired the U.S. distribution rights this month and set it for an April 12 release.

The new release date will see the film going up against three big movies including Universal Pictures’ comedy film Little starring Regina Hall and Issa Rae; LAIKA’s newest animated stop-motion film Missing Link; and lastly, Lionsgate’s highly-anticipated Hellboy reboot.

Mary Magdalene is an authentic and humanistic portrait of one of the most enigmatic and misunderstood spiritual figures in history. The biblical biopic tells the story of Mary (Rooney Mara), a young woman in search of a new way of living. Constricted by the hierarchies of the day, Mary defies her traditional family to join a new social movement led by the charismatic Jesus of Nazareth (Joaquin Phoenix). She soon finds a place for herself within the movement and at the heart of a journey that will lead to Jerusalem. Written by Helen Edmundson and Philippa Goslett, Mary Magdalene also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Tahar Rahim.

RELATED: Mary Magdalene Trailer Featuring Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix

Directed by DGA Award winner Garth Davis (Lion) and produced by See-Saw Films’ Iain Canning (LionThe King’s Speech) and Emile Sherman (LionThe King’s Speech), Mary Magdalene is the latest collaboration from the team behind last year’s $140 million worldwide box office success and six-time Academy Award-nominated film Lion alongside Animal Kingdom producer Liz Watts.

Mary Magdalene is set to hit theaters on April 12.

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Blumhouse's The Craft Reboot Lands Zoe Lister-Jones To Write & Direct

The Craft reboot lands Zoe Lister-Jones to write & direct

Deadline reports that the upcoming reboot of the cult classic teen horror film The Craft is moving forward at Columbia Pictures and Blumhouse Productions with Band Aid‘s Zoe Lister-Jones attached to write and direct.

RELATED: Sony Pictures Plans The Craft Remake

The original film, directed by Andrew Fleming and written by Fleming and Peter Filardi, follows a teenage girl, Sarah (Robin Tunney) who, after her family moves to San Francisco, finds herself joining a clique of Catholic School girls who experiment with witchcraft. Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell and Rachel True also star.

Development on a remake of the 1996 hit has been in the works for almost five years now, with Honeymoon director Leigh Janiak originally attached to write and direct the project in 2015, which was supposed to be a sequel to the original, but the project was scrapped after negative reactions from fans and a lack of further interest at the studios.

Though mostly known for her work on the small screen in shows including the short-lived NBC sitcom Whitney and the surprise hit CBS sitcom Life in Pieces, which has been on the air for five years and will debut its fourth season April 18, she is also known for having written, executive produced and starred in the 2012 romantic comedy Lola Versus and the well-received indie dramedy Band Aid, on which she wrote, produced, directed and starred.

RELATED: Blumhouse’s Ma Trailer: Good Luck Getting Home Safe

In addition to the upcoming reboot, Lister-Jones is currently working on a new comedy pilot entitled Woman Up that was recently greenlit by ABC and on which she will executive produce, write and direct.

Doug Wick, producer on the original film, will return to produce alongside Lucy Fisher through their banner Red Wagon Entertainment in addition to the indie mastermind Jason Blum producing through his box office hit studio Blumhouse Productions, while Fleming will executive produce the project along with Lucas Wiesendanger from Red Wagon.

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The OA Season 2 Episode 3 Recap

The OA Season 2 Episode 3 Recap

In the previous episode of Netflix’s The OA, Rachel died but seemed to have a connection with Buck of the original dimension. The OA season 2 episode 3 caught us up with how BBA and the boys were doing after Prairie’s death.

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Following Prairie’s funeral, a cop pulled Steve and Jesse over but let them go because he knew who they were. Buck was preparing to move since his mother thought he needed a clean start. Steve had taught Angie the movements and wanted them to follow Prairie. Unfortunately, French still believed that Prairie’s story was made up. 

Betty had a dream that left her with a bloody nose, just like those that had happened to Prairie. The same night, Buck saw Rachel in his mirror. He knew it was her since she sang. Buck believed she came to him because he still left his door open. He realized the notes Rachel sang were B-B-A.

Sanctuary

The OA Season 2 Episode 3 Recap

Unfortunately, when they went to check out Buck’s mirror, it was gone. Buck’s mom donated it to Goodwill. They would need to go to Gary to retrieve it. The boys convinced BBA to come with them as she was leaving to see her family.

They were able to track down the mirror but couldn’t stay at the store to wait for Rachel. Sonja, a girl working there, invited them to stay in the sanctuary of her father’s church. She had recognized them. They waited for Rachel, and though French could hear the same buzzing that had attracted Buck’s attention, they didn’t see her. Buck tried playing the B-B-A notes on the church organ to summon her.

When to Leave

The OA Season 2 Episode 3 Recap

French met with Abel to talk about finding Prairie’s books. He had promised Abel that he’d prove Prairie was telling the truth, and he felt he’d done the opposite. Abel assured French that they had gotten the books for Prairie at the advice of her counselor, after she told them her story.

While waiting at the church, French left to meet an older man he met on a dating app. They had sex, and French told him about Prairie. The man suggested a medium in Nebraska.

Aunt Lily

The OA Season 2 Episode 3 Recap

The boys and BBA went to see Aunt Lily, who believed she could help them. However, on the way to her house, the mirror had fallen off the car and shattered. When they presented the mirror shards to her, she was alarmed and demanded they cover all the mirrors in the house so Rachel’s spirit couldn’t go into one.

Aunt Lily charged them the deluxe package. She had set up a photographic plate for Rachel to provide a message. However, Rachel used the television to communicate to them. She told them it was only safe for BBA to go. An image of a rose-stained glass window showed on the screen, and BBA touched it.

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FX Renews Better Things For Fourth Season

FX renews Better Things for fourth season

It’s been about a month since Pamela Adlon’s surreal family dramedy Better Things premiered its third season to rave reviews from critics and thanks to continued strong ratings in the following weeks, FX has chosen to give the greenlight for a fourth season, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

RELATED: Life Never Gets Easier in the Better Things Season 3 Trailer

Better Things centers on Sam Fox (Pamela Adlon), a single, working actor with no filter raising her three daughters, Max (Mikey Madison), Frankie (Hannah Alligood) and Duke (Olivia Edward) in Los Angeles. She’s mom, dad, referee and the cops. Sam also watches out for her mother, Phil (Celia Imrie), an English expatriate who lives across the street. Sam is flawed and fierce with her love for her daughters, and her own mother as well, sometimes heaping the love on when she feels guilty. Sam’s just trying to earn a living, navigate her daughters’ lives, have fun with a friend or two and also – just maybe – squeeze in some private time once in a while.

“With every season, Better Things becomes more vital, engaging and revelatory, cementing Pamela Adlon’s status as one of the most accomplished creative forces in television today,” FX Networks and FX Studios chairman John Landgraf said in a statement. “Rarely has there been a show that is so personal and, at the same time, so thoroughly universal in the way it explores modern parenting, family and life. We are thrilled to extend the series for a fourth season and to continue this incredible partnership with Pamela, her creative team and the amazing cast of Better Things.”

In addition to starring, writing and showrunning the series, Adlon directed all 12 episodes of the new season, as she did with the 10-episode second season.

“I am humbled, grateful and excited to tackle another season of stories and continue my creative partnership with my fearless FX team,” Adlon said in a statement.

RELATED: Fox Renews 911 and The Resident For Third Seasons

The show’s first two seasons were produced by produced by Louis C.K.’s production company Pig Newton for FX. However, the network severed all ties with the comedian and Pig Newton in late 2017 after troubling allegations about him surfaced.

The renewal marks the first series at FX to continue following the closure of the Disney/Fox merger, in which the plan is to have Landgraf remain control over the FX Networks and Productions banners and its library of acclaimed series including ThingsAtlantaAmerican Crime Story and American Horror Story among others.

The third season of Better Things is currently airing on FX Thursday nights at 7 p.m. PST and the previous two seasons can be watched on FX Now and Hulu.

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Avengers Endgame Featurette: 'Imagine If for the First Time Our Heroes All Lost'

Avengers Endgame featurette: ‘Imagine if for the first time our heroes all lost’

Following the release of 32 character posters earlier today, Marvel Studios has revealed a new Avengers: Endgame featurette featuring some of the stars discussing what it’s like to see our heroes lose and how we find hope again. Check out the video now below!

RELATED: New International Poster and TV Spots for Avengers: Endgame Released

Last year’s Avengers: Infinity War saw the titular superhero team take the fight to Thanos in order to stop his attempt at exterminating half of the universe’s population with the Infinity stones. But it was to no avail, as he was able to successfully collect them all and snap his fingers, wiping out half of all life from existence in a cloud of ash.

The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, “Avengers: Endgame.”

RELATED: Avengers: Endgame TV Spot Honors Infinity War’s Fallen Heroes

Confirmed cast members for the untitled fourth Avengers film so far include Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Sean Gunn, Paul Rudd, Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, Katherine Langford and Josh Brolin.

Avengers: Endgame will open on April 26.

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Jennifer Kent's The Nightingale To Hit Theaters This Summer

Jennifer Kent’s The Nightingale to hit theaters this summer

After acquiring the distribution rights to the film in January, IFC Films has announced that The Babadook breakout director Jennifer Kent’s second project The Nightingale will hit theaters on August 2, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

RELATED: Jennifer Kent’s The Nightingale Picked Up By IFC Films

The film, which is set in 1825, follows 21-year-old Irish convict Clare (Aisling Franciosi, Game of Thrones) as she finishes her prison sentence but is still forced to deal with the abusive Lieutenant Hawkins (Sam Claflin, Charlie’s Angels) after her release. After her husband retaliates, Hawkins and his crew respond violently against Clare’s family, sending her on a revenge-driven path as he heads up north for a captaincy position. Clare enlists the help of an Aboriginal tracker (Baykali Ganambarr) to chase Hawkins through the Tasmania wilderness.

The Nightingale marks Kent’s second directorial effort following her debut with the 2014 acclaimed horror film The Babadook, which also marked her first collaboration with IFC Films and proved to be a critical and commercial hit for the studio and director.

The Babadook was one of our most successful acquisitions at IFC and we could not be happier to continue our partnership with Jennifer on her next feature. She is undoubtedly one of the most talented writer-directors working today and we can’t wait to share The Nightingale with audiences across the country,” Lisa Schwartz, co-President of IFC Films, said.

RELATED: IFC Films Acquires Rights to Jamie Bell Drama Donnybrook

The film had its Australian premiere at the 2018 Adelaide Film Festival, where it debuted to very positive reviews from critics, currently maintaining an 80 percent rating from critics on review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes based on 32 reviews.

“IFC is the perfect choice for The Nightingale. I have a lot of faith in them after working together on The Babadook and seeing firsthand how much they support and respect their filmmakers,” Kent said.

The Nightingale previously premiered at the Venice Film Festival and made its North America debut at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, where it scored highly positive reviews from critics, and is currently set for an August 2 release, in which it will compete against the Fast & Furious franchise spin-off Hobbs & Shaw and the live-action adaptation of the hit Nickelodeon children’s series, Dora and the Lost City of Gold.

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Hugh Dancy Joins Wife Claire Danes in Homeland Final Season

Hugh Dancy joins wife Claire Danes in Homeland final season

Emmy nominee Hugh Dancy (Hannibal, The Path, Late Night) will be joining wife Claire Danes in the final season of Showtime’s drama Homeland, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

RELATED: Showtime Announces That Homeland Will End After 8 Seasons

Dancy, whose recent television credits include Hulu’s The Path and his role as Will Graham in Hannibal, will play John Zabel in his multi-episode arc for the eighth season. Zabel is a beltway consultant who joins the new White House as a foreign policy advisor the president and butts heads with Mandy Patinkin’s Saul Berenson along the way.

Season 8 of Homeland catches up with Danes’ Carrie Mathison recovering from months of confinement in a Russian gulag. Memory issues from the tortures she’s suffered prove problematic for Saul, who calls on her to engage the Taliban in peace negotiations.

RELATED: The Loudest Voice in the Room Lands Josh Charles in Recurring Role

Produced by Fox 21 Television Studios for Showtime, Homeland was developed for American television by Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon and is based on the original Israeli series Prisoners of War by Gideon Raff. Along with Gansa and Gordon, the executive producers for season seven are Chip Johannessen, Lesli Linka Glatter, Patrick Harbinson, Claire Danes, Michael Klick, Ron Nyswaner, Gideon Raff, Avi Nir, and Ran Telem.

Production on the final season of Homeland is currently underway. The series will return later this year.

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Winter is Here in New The Walking Dead Season 9 Finale Photos

Winter is coming in The Walking Dead season 9 finale photos

AMC has released the promo photos for The Walking Dead’s upcoming season nine finale titled “The Storm,” highlighting the new obstacle that our main characters must go through in order to survive: Snow. Directed by Greg Nicotero from a script written by Angela Kang, the new episode is set to air on March 31. Check out the full photos in the gallery below!

The final episode’s synopsis reads: “In the aftermath of an overwhelming loss, the communities must brave a ferocious blizzard; as one group deals with an enemy from within, another is forced to make a life or death decision.”

RELATED:  Danai Gurira Announces The Walking Dead Exit

The second half of The Walking Dead Season 9 finds our groups of survivors, both old and new, continuing to deal with the impact of events that took place during the six years that have passed. Since the disappearance of Rick, many of these characters have become strangers to each other, and in some ways, strangers to themselves. What they do know is that they are in undeniable danger. They will soon realize the world just beyond does not operate as they thought.

The group’s rules and ways of survival no longer guarantee their safety. A whole new threat has crossed their paths, and they soon discover it’s unlike any threat they have encountered or endured before. The group will start to question what they think they see. What may appear to be normal in this post-apocalyptic world could actually be more disturbing and terrifying than when the apocalypse first broke out. All that is certain is the stakes are high and numerous.

RELATED: AMC’s The Walking Dead Renewed for Season 10

The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on AMC.

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