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18 June 2018 @ 09:56 pm
Killjoys Season 4 Promo Key Art

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Credit: SpaceChannel
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The Killjoys Season 4 Trailer Just Dropped And It’s Intense
By Corrina - June 15, 2018

Khlyen has a story to tell, about a warrior and a thief and their battle against an unknown, as yet unseen evil. The warrior, of course, is Dutch. The thief? That’s her BFF and fellow Killjoy, Johnny. And the evil… well, let’s just say that The Lady is coming. We don’t know who or what she is, but we do have an idea about what she wants: the universe — and everyone in it — to submit to her will.

Next stop, The Quad, the place where Dutch (with a bit of help from Aneela) did her best to get The Lady’s attention. By declaring war on her and trying to take control of the green. We don’t have to tell you that the stakes are high in this season of Killjoys, that much is obvious. But can Dutch and her little band of rebels actually beat this formidable new foe and save the world? They’ve come out on top in the past, but that’s no guarantee — the bad guys just keep getting bigger (and badder).

Killjoys is back on Space beginning July 20 at 10e 7p. Check out the latest (equally ominous and hopeful) promo clip right here.

Source: Space
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Matthew Rhys for Variety Emmy Portrait Studio: Drama Contenders
Photographed by Peter Yang/Variety

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Matthew Rhys 'The Americans'

“There’s always a lot between Philip and Elizabeth that is unsaid — it screams in the room. I think a lot of people relate to that. All those jealousies, envies and insecurities that you have but don’t necessarily voice.”

Source: Variety
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On the Set of 'The Americans' as Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys Bid Farewell to Series
By Hilary Lewis - June 11, 2018

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The cast knew about the final episode during THR’s visit. “I thought they really nailed it because this was a tough one to land,” says Rhys, who also has directed a few episodes. “It’s a very intelligent, sensitive, timely, sympathetic ending.”

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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Matthew Rhys for The Hollywood Reporter: The Drama Actor Roundtable.
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The Hollywood Reporter - The Drama Actor Roundtable: "Don't Let the Business Kill the Love"
By Lacey Rose - May 31, 2018

Jason Bateman, Darren Criss, Jeff Daniels, Michael B. Jordan, Matthew Rhys and J.K. Simmons sit for a candid conversation about terrible advice, lucky breaks, penis prosthetics, fear of musicals ("I didn't even dance at my own wedding"), the key to longevity and freedom in Hollywood, and all the times they heard, "This will be the end of your career."

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Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Credit Photos: Koury Angelo
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The Americans - For Your Consideration Event - Saban Media Center, Los Angeles - May 30, 2018

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The Moment Everything Changed For Matthew Rhys
The star of The Americans reflects on an extraordinary five years—including his initial jitters over working with Keri Russell.
By Michael Sebastian - May 31, 2018

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Source: Esquire
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Matthew Rhys, Jamie Dornan and Ann Skelly to star in Allan Cubitt’s Death And Nightingales for BBC Two
May 30, 2018

Made by Imaginarium Productions and Soho Moon, Jamie Dornan (The Fall, The Siege Of Jadotville) and Matthew Rhys (The Americans, The Post) will return to the BBC to lead the cast of Death And Nightingales, joined by Ann Skelly (Red Rock, Kissing Candice).
The three part drama is adapted and directed by Allan Cubitt (The Fall).

Based on Eugene McCabe’s modern Irish classic, Death And Nightingales is a riveting story of love, betrayal, deception and revenge, set in the beautiful haunting countryside of Fermanagh in 1885. A place where neighbours observe each other and inform, a world of spies, confessions and double dealing; where a pervading sense of beauty is shot through with menace and impending doom.

Set over a desperately tense 24- hour period, it’s Beth Winters’ (Ann Skelly) 25th birthday - the day she has decided to join the charming Liam Ward (Jamie Dornan) and escape from her limited life and difficult and complex relationship with her Protestant landowner stepfather Billy (Matthew Rhys). As decades of pain and betrayal finally build to a devastating climax, Death And Nightingales is a powerful and gripping drama that follows a woman struggling to control her own destiny and will illuminate tensions that tear both families and nations apart.

Matthew Rhys says: “I’ve been a huge fan of Allan Cubitt’s work for many years so I’m thrilled to have been given the chance to work on Death And Nightingales alongside Jamie and Ann and return to the BBC.”

Jamie Dornan says: “I’m thrilled to be reunited with Allan and his brilliant scripts to play such an intriguing character like Liam Ward and to return to Northern Ireland and BBC Two”.

Ann Skelly says: “Playing such a strong character as Beth Winters is truly an actor’s dream, and a fantastically intense challenge to be given the opportunity to play. And to get to work with such brilliant actors like Matthew and Jamie, and a director like Allan Cubitt, is just surreal to me. I can’t wait to start!”

Jonathan Cavendish, Producer, says: “We are thrilled to combine the wonderful talents of Matthew Rhys and Jamie Dornan with the remarkable new star in the making Ann Skelly”.

Tommy Bulfin, Executive Producer for BBC Two, says: "With the phenomenal Ann Skelly cast as Beth and with Jamie Dornan and Matthew Rhys returning to the BBC, to have a cast of this calibre on board for Death And Nightingales is incredibly exciting. I can’t wait to see them bring Allan’s brilliant scripts to life”.

Death And Nightingales is a 3x60’ drama series adapted and directed by Allan Cubitt. It is an Imaginarium and Soho Moon production for BBC Two. Commissioned by Patrick Holland, Controller of BBC Two and Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama, the Executive Producers are James Mitchell for Soho Moon and Tommy Bulfin for BBC Two. Produced by Jonathan Cavendish (Breathe), Death and Nightingales is supported by Northern Ireland Screen and Red Arrow Studios International will distribute worldwide. Filming will begin in Summer in Northern Ireland.

Source: BBC Media Centre
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6.10 : START
Series Finale

The Jennings face a choice that will change their lives forever. .

Chris Long

Joel Fields & Joe Weisberg

Main Cast
Matthew Rhys as Philip Jennings
Keri Russell as Elizabeth Jennings
Noah Emmerich as Agent Stan Beeman
Margo Martindale as Claudia
Costa Ronin as Oleg Igorevich Burov
Holly Taylor as Paige Jennings
Keidrich Sellati as Henry Jennings
Brandon J. Dirden as Agent Dennis Aderholt

Guest Starring
Alex Feldman as Fyodor Nesterenko
Laurie Holden as Renee
Konstantin Lavysh as Father Andrei
Lyanka Gryu as Elina Burova

Special Guest
Lev Gorn as Arkady Ivanovich Zotov
Boris Krutonog as Igor Burov

Episode Premiere
May 30, 2018
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Episode 6.10 - START - Series Finale - Promo

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The Americans exit interview: Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys bid farewell to their Cold War spy drama
By Shirley Li - May 29, 2018

“Hi. I was hoping to make it home for dinner but things are very topsy-turvy at the office.”

In the penultimate episode of FX’s The Americans, Philip Jennings (Matthew Rhys) delivers that coded message to a stricken Elizabeth (Keri Russell) as she sits inside their Falls Church single-family home, where they’ve lived as Americans for years, raising their children, running operations, and living across the street from an FBI agent turned best friend. She understands exactly what it means: Their cover is blown, they’re going on the run, and the identities they’ve spent their lives building have begun to fall apart.

But as a classic 1986 single would recommend: Don’t dream it’s over. With one episode left of the critically acclaimed Cold War spy drama to go, EW asked stars (and real-life partners) Russell and Rhys to look back on the brutal, beautiful series, those long nights shooting the show in the cold, and what they’ll miss from their six seasons of spy-craft.

Spoiler alert: It’s not the wigs.

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Source: Entertainment Weekly
Illustration by Ryan Inzana for EW
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27 May 2018 @ 09:44 pm
Mowgli - Official 1st Trailer - In theaters October 19, 2018

Rohan Chand as Mowgli
Andy Serkis as Baloo
Christian Bale as Bagheera
Matthew Rhys as John Lockwood
Benedict Cumberbatch as Shere Khan
Cate Blanchett as Kaa
Freida Pinto as Messua
Peter Mullan as Akela

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Source/Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures
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Matthew Rhys on Couch Surfing By Lola Ogunnaike
Matthew Rhys takes a harrowing trip on our ’therapy couch,’ reliving his earliest roles, as well as Brothers and Sisters, The Wine Show, and the final season of The Americans.

Source/Credit: People TV
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Inside Look: Favorite Scenes
Six seasons. Countless memorable moments. The cast and crew weigh in on their favorite scenes.

Source/Credit: FX Networks
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