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Posted Wednesday 10/10/18 at 1:29PM EDT
Steve Buscemi to voice a shape-shifting dolphin in Disney Junior role
Source: New York Daily News
The former Boardwalk Empire star will guest on this week's episode of Elena of Avalor.
Posted Wednesday 7/25/18 at 3:24AM EDT
Boardwalk Empire stars Steve Buscemi and Kelly Macdonald reunite
Source: Just Jared
Buscemi supported his former HBO co-star Tuesday night at the premiere of her new movie Puzzle.
Posted Saturday 1/13/18 at 12:37AM EST
Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams goes hand in hand with Black Mirror
Source: The Atlantic
Amazon's 10-part anthology series starring such big names as Bryan Cranston, Anna Paquin and Steve Buscemi has been referred to as the streaming service’s answer to Black Mirror. “Stylistically and philosophically, though, they’re a binary set,” says Spencer Kornhaber. “Electric Dreams is televisually muddy next to Black Mirror’s austere confidence, but it has an emotional generosity that the Netflix series lacks, serving up plenty of happy endings with twists that are more conventional. Of greater note are the contrasts in the shows’ thematic emphases. Electric Dreams usually insists that the tyranny of the collective is the urgent concern. Black Mirror is often a fantasy of individualism taken too far. The dystopian drama most apt for 2018 might be a synthesis of the two.” ALSO: Some episodes are real gems, while other feel overly familiar.
Posted Friday 1/12/18 at 5:54AM EST
Why TBS’ Miracle Workers replaced Owen Wilson as its God with Steve Buscemi
“We just had different creative visions for the show and parted ways,” co-creator Simon Rich said of the casting change on his heaven-set series. He added: “I’m beyond ecstatic to work with… Steve, who I’ve been a fan of for decades.”
Posted Thursday 10/19/17 at 1:48PM EDT
Steve Buscemi replaces Owen Wilson on TBS’ Miracle Workers
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Buscemi will join Daniel Radcliffe on the seven-episode heaven-set comedy produced by Lorne Michaels. According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Wilson is said to have just walked away from the project.”