Carolina Crescentini said goodbye to Sea Out via a videobut this is not the only bad news of the week. Netflix and Amazon Prime Video continue to cancel TV series from their catalogueWhile Penn Badgley (star of You) explained why she considered giving up acting.
RAINN WILSON, THE OFFICE ACTOR, CRITICS THE LAST OF US AND HOLLYWOOD: “I THINK THERE IS A PREJUDICE”
Rainn Wilson, the unforgettable Dwight Schrute, had his say on the eighth episode of The Last of Us. Faced with the negative representation of a shepherd, the actor said through a tweet: “I think there is an anti-Christian prejudice in Hollywood. As soon as David’s character in The Last of Us started reading the Bible, I knew he was going to be a terrible villain. Could there be a preacher who reads the Bible in a series who is truly loving and kind?“
STRANGER THINGS STAR GRACE VAN DIEN REVEALS: ‘A PRODUCER ASKED ME TO HAVE A THREEWAY’
During a live on Twitch Grace Van Dien revealed to fans that he had some bad experiences on the set of his latest projects. Here are the words of the actress in this regard: “One of the producers of one of the last movies I made asked me to have a threesome with a girl he hired. That was my boss. I didn’t accept. I cried and was so angry. People ask me ‘How is streaming better for your mental health?’ Here’s how. I can stay in my house and play video games and not have a boss asking me to have sex with him. Here’s how this is better for my mental health“
NETFLIX CANCEL SIX TV SHOWS THIS WEEK
The famous Netflix streaming platform continues undaunted to delete content from its catalog. This week the “victims” are also some very well known and much loved series. In fact, we find ourselves forced to say goodbye to: Pretty Little Liars, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Arrested Development, A Korean Odyssey, Jurassic World: The Legend of Isla Nublar and Lego Jurassic World: The Secret Exhibition.
ALSO AMAZON PRIME VIDEO CONTINUES TO THINN ITS CATALOGUE
This week Amazon Prime Video forces us to say goodbye to 90210. This famous teen drama, the fourth series of the Beverly Hills 90210 franchise, aired for five seasons, from 2008 to 2013. Starting this week, we will therefore be forced to definitively say goodbye to the show which tells us the story of the Wilson family and of the other rich students of West Beverly High.
THE SERIES INSPECTOR GAMACHE CANCELED AFTER ONE SEASON
Prime Video has canceled the Canadian mystery drama after just one season, deciding not to give a second chance to Commissioner Gamache. The creator Emilia di Girolamo, in this regard, said: “Thanks for all the overwhelming messages. It was hard to process the news that there won’t be a second season of Inspector Gamache. Thanks to everyone who watched and supported the series. It meant so much to me to know that this show engaged such a huge global audience. As an indigenous actress, I never thought I would have the opportunity to star in a series like this. It was impressive. Our stories are relevant and this series has demonstrated that audiences, regardless of history, are hungry for Indigenous content.”
PENN BADGLEY EXPLAINS WHY HE’D CONSIDERED ABOUT QUITING ACTING: ‘I FEEL LIKE AN OBJECT’
It seems that Penn Badgley has seriously considered giving up acting, because he didn’t accept being treated like an object by viewers and the film industry. The protagonist of You has in fact stated:
“I’ve felt very uncomfortable with a lot of things I’ve had to do throughout my career. It doesn’t always have to be something sexual. It’s just that, as an actor, you become an object. And this is largely the experience of women. But it must be said that the experience is the same for men too, even if the dynamic that develops for women and men is different. (…) I’ve always thought about it. So again, none of these thoughts are new to me, to be honest. I am painfully aware of these challenges that especially women in our industry have been facing for some time. I publicly said that there were some moments where I wondered if I could continue acting or not. That’s one of the reasons.”
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