Photos: ‘The Good Wife’ Screencaps & Stills

Screencaps & stills from Rachel’s 2010 episode of The Good Wife have been added to the gallery.


Photos: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Season 2 On the Set

I added 14 additional photos of Rachel filming a scene for season 2 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to the gallery.


Photos: ‘The Dovekeepers’ Promotional/Screencaps/Stills etc.

I added posters, promotional images, screencaps, stills, and on the set photos from Rachel’s 2015 mini-series The Dovekeepers to the gallery.


Photos: Backstage Magazine (December 2017) Scans

Additional scans from Rachel’s December 14, 2017 cover issue of Backstage Magazine have been added to the gallery. Thank you so much to Girl Jay for the additions.


Photos: ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Season 2 – On the Set

I added photos of Rachel filming a scene for season 2 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to the gallery.


Photos: ‘Gossip Girl’ Screencaps

Screencaps from Rachel’s 2010 appearance in the television show Gossip Girl have been added to the gallery.


Photos: ‘Louder Than Bombs’ On the Set & Screencaps

I added an on the set photo & screencaps from Rachel’s 2015 film Louder Than Bombs to the gallery.


Press: ‘Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Star Rachel Brosnahan Talks Season 2 Pressure And Excitement

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” star Rachel Brosnahan has had a whirlwind year. The 1950s-set dramedy premiered to rave reviews in November. She earned a Golden Globe in January, and she is already in the middle of filming Season 2 while Amazon Prime’s Emmy campaign is in full force. The actress told International Business Times that there are upsides and downsides to being a runaway success.

“As somebody who has never done comedy and was horrified every single second of shooting this first season, [the Golden Globe for best actress in a comedy] certainly is a nice little confidence boost,” she told IBT at a PaleyLive event for “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” in New York earlier this month.

“It also adds a fair amount of pressure,” she continued. “We want to be able to keep the second season at the level that the first was and then some and challenge ourselves further.”

There are plenty of challenges that Brosnahan is excited to tackle. Details about “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” Season 2, which will continue to be run by “Gilmore Girls” masterminds Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino, are being kept under wraps, but filming kicked off in France earlier this year, something the leading lady was very happy about. Brosnahan also revealed that she is also looking forward to Midge balancing her new life as a comic with her other roles.

“Well, we went to Paris — that was exciting. And I’m really excited to explore the ways in which Midge’s three different worlds collide,” the actress said. “She’s a budding standup comedian, a newly working woman and a housewife, question mark? Mother, daughter and those worlds don’t belong in the same story. And I’m excited to see how she’s forced to manage them in Season 2.”

The Golden Globe winner (and likely soon-to-be Emmy nominee) added that Midge’s relationship with her children will continue to be explored throughout the series, even though Midge doesn’t seem like the world’s best mother.

“Midge had children because she wanted to, but she wanted those things because that was the only option ever presented to her,” the actress explained. “She wanted to be exactly like her mother, and she did it and then realizes that other options do exist. That there could perhaps be another path for her, and maybe the motherhood gene is not deeply embedded in her body.”

Fans will find out more when “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” Season 2 premieres on Amazon Prime. A release date has yet to be revealed.

Source: International Business Times

Press: Amazon wants big addictive female shows women can’t stop talking about

Amazon Studios head Jennifer Salke dished about her plans for new programming geared toward women that sounds really exciting.

It’s an exciting time for Amazon, especially for Prime members who are anxiously awaiting the next wave of great Amazon Originals that will be coming out over the next little while.

Tasked with that responsibility is Jennifer Salke, who took over as the studio head for the disgraced Roy Price who was ousted over sexual harassment. Salke is not wasting any time putting her mark on the company, renewing Golden Globes winner The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Bosch and Jack Ryan, even ahead of the Aug. 31 premiere.

She’s also had to oversee the exit of Jeffrey Tambor from Transparent amid harassment accusations and is locking up stars like Jordan Peele to overall TV deals.

Oh, and don’t forget about the billion dollar project making The Lord of the Rings into a TV series. While that’s a big deal, financially and creatively, that show won’t be in production until 2020 and released until 2021.

However, there are plenty of worthwhile ideas in Salke’s mind that she wants to get Prime Video subscribers excited about. Particularly, the female audience, according to her comments in a wide-ranging interview conducted with The Hollywood Reporter’s Lesley Goldberg.

“We are going to have lots of big shows. They’re not all going to be genre sci-fi. We’re also going to have some big addictive female shows. We’re looking for our next big show that women also can’t stop talking about.”

I think this is awesome and think it’s a direct result of the success of Mrs. Maisel that took home the Golden Globe for Best Comedy and saw Rachel Brosnahan take home the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Comedy.

Amy Sherman-Palladino made that show about a housewife who has her life turned upside down after her husband leaves her and suddenly she finds herself on the stage as a stand-up comedian, and a hilarious one at that!

This may be the new flagship show for Prime Video as a result and with Transparent ending, The Man in the High Castle off the air for so long that people are forgetting all about it, this type of programming could soon be the norm for Amazon.

Certainly, a variety of programming will be ideal, but catering to the female demographic is a smart play for a myriad of reasons, and I can’t wait to see what type of shows the creatives will think of.

Brosnahan is already having another series developed for her, which sounds totally exciting, and means she’ll be awfully busy while also working on Mrs. Maisel. If the next show can have half the amount of success as this, it should be another smash hit for Amazon.

Source: Amazon Advisor

Photos: ‘Beautiful Creatures’ Screencaps

I added screencaps from Rachel’s 2013 film Beautiful Creatures to the gallery.


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