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The Affair Season 5 Episode 4 Review: What Happened to Cole Lockhart?

With Joshua Jackson's exit ahead of The Affair Season 5, it was inevitable that his character would not get a satisfying conclusion. 

The Affair Season 5 Episode 4 pulled back the curtain to reveal that Joanie's narrative is taking place sometime after 2050 and that Cole is dead. 

Joanie is struggling to exist in a world without her parents, and that's very evident based off the way she's been acting throughout the handful of scenes she's been a part of to date. 

What happened to Cole following the death of Alison is still very much unclear.

He survived over three decades later, but given that his home was still filled with photos of Alison before his death, it's likely that he never got over her death.

The death of Alison affected him more than it did Noah, so there's no telling what became of him. 

Joanie ridding the house of Gabriel's toy box
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Alicia Vikander Will Return to Kick Ass and Take Treasure in 2021's Tomb Raider Sequel

  • Popsugar
Ready for more jungle adventures? Because Alicia Vikander will once again be kicking ass and taking names as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider when the long-awaited sequel to the 2018 film arrives in 2021. Deadline reports that not only has MGM wrangled Vikander to reprise her role as the adventurous, treasure-hunting hero, but that Ben Wheatley has signed on as director, ensuring plenty more pulse-pounding action sequences.

The 2018 reboot of the iconic franchise starred Vikander as a young Lara Croft, a fiercely independent, thrill-seeking bike messenger who'd all but abandoned her family's fortune after the disappearance of her father, Lord Richard Croft (Dominic West), during his search for a mystical island years earlier. The film ends with Lara going on a potentially deadly mission to find him, uncovering a shadowy organization called Trinity in the process.

So, what could the sequel be about? An official description has yet to be released, but
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David Simon’s Vision of America

If you were paying attention to HBO during the pay-cable giant’s breakthrough stretch at the turn of the century, it became a running gag that all the best shows came from a David. There was of course David Chase with The Sopranos, and David Milch with Deadwood. And in between, there was David Simon with The Wire. If not for its Seinfeld pedigree, one could be forgiven for assuming Curb Your Enthusiasm only got on the air because its creator and star was named Larry David.

In the years
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Ben Wheatley to helm ‘Tomb Raider’ sequel

  • HeyUGuys
Kill List’ and ‘Free Fire’ filmmaker, Ben Wheatley has signed on the dotted line to take over the director’s chair on MGM’s upcoming ‘Tomb Raider’ sequel.

Wheatley takes over the hot seat from Roar Uthaug who directed the first in 2018. Amy Jump is onboard to write the sequel’s script, while Graham King and Elizabeth Cantillon will produce. Alicia Vikander will also return to reprise her role as Lara Croft.

The 2018 reboot saw Vikander take over the role of Lara Croft from Angelina Jolie who fronted the original films back in 2001 and the sequel in 2003. Dominic West, Walton Goggins, Daniel Wu, and Kristin Scott Thomas all starred in the reboot which saw Croft embarking on a perilous journey to discover what happened to her eccentric Father. Journeying to his last-known destination – a fabled tomb on a mythical island that might be somewhere off the coast of Japan. The
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Alicia Vikander Will Return to Kick Ass and Take Treasure in 2021's Tomb Raider Sequel

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Alicia Vikander Will Return to Kick Ass and Take Treasure in 2021's Tomb Raider Sequel
Ready for more jungle adventures? Because Alicia Vikander will once again be kicking ass and taking names as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider when the long-awaited sequel to the 2018 film arrives in 2021. Deadline reports that not only has MGM wrangled Vikander to reprise her role as the adventurous, treasure-hunting hero, but that Ben Wheatley has signed on as director, ensuring plenty more pulse-pounding action sequences.

The 2018 reboot of the iconic franchise starred Vikander as a young Lara Croft, a fiercely independent, thrill-seeking bike messenger who'd all but abandoned her family's fortune after the disappearance of her father, Lord Richard Croft (Dominic West), during his search for a mystical island years earlier. The film ends with Lara going on a potentially deadly mission to find him, uncovering a shadowy organization called Trinity in the process.

So, what could the sequel be about? An official description has yet to be released, but
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Alicia Vikander’s ‘Tomb Raider’ Sequel Sets 2021 Release With Director Ben Wheatley

  • The Wrap
Alicia Vikander’s ‘Tomb Raider’ Sequel Sets 2021 Release With Director Ben Wheatley
Lara Croft is back. British director Ben Wheatley will direct the sequel to “Tomb Raider” starring Alicia Vikander, which MGM will release on March 19, 2021, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.

Wheatley is the director of the action films “Free Fire” and “High-Rise.” He’ll take over the video game franchise, which was rebooted in 2018 with director Roar Uthaug and grossed $274.6 million worldwide.

Production is expected to begin early next year on the sequel, and Amy Jump, who also wrote Wheatley’s “Free Fire” and “High-Rise,” is lined up to write the script that will be produced by Graham King through his Gk Films banner.

Also Read: Watch 'Tomb Raider' Star Alicia Vikander Win a Lip-Syncing Contest at Age 8 (Video)

Tomb Raider” originally hit the screens back in 2001 with “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” starring Angelina Jolie. That film also received a sequel, and both the films
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The women are by far the most interesting characters on The Affair

  • The AV Club
If we can throw some shade at The Affair’s four-plus seasons, the show’s main flaw is that it has focused much too much on the longings, desires, and shortcomings of one Noah Solloway. No offense to Dominic West, but it’s clear that the women in Noah’s life are far more interesting than he is.…
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The Affair: Season Five Ratings

Don't spend your time wondering whether The Affair TV show will be cancelled or renewed for season six on Showtime. The fifth season has already been announced as the final one, so it's all over but the shouting. How will it do in the Nielsen ratings, now that the audience knows it's on its way out? Stay tuned.

A Showtime drama, the fifth and final season of The Affair stars Dominic West, Maura Tierney, Julia Goldani Telles, Jadon Sand, Sanaa Lathan, and Anna Paquin. The series explores the consequences of an affair that destroyed two marriages, as well as the crime that reunites the people involved. This season, everyone must face the past, in order to fix the future. Guest stars include Jennifer Jason Leigh, Claes Bang, Lyric Bent, and Russell Hornsby.

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The Affair: Is the Showtime TV Show: Cancelled or Renewed for Season Six?

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Is it finally put to bed? Has The Affair TV show been cancelled or renewed for a sixth season on Showtime? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Affair, season six. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?  

What's This TV Show About?

A Showtime drama, season five of The Affair stars Dominic West, Maura Tierney, Julia Goldani Telles, Jadon Sand, Sanaa Lathan, and Anna Paquin. The series explores the consequences of an affair that destroyed two marriages, as well as the crime that reunites the people involved. This season, everyone must face the past, in order to fix the future. Guest stars include Jennifer Jason Leigh, Claes Bang, Lyric Bent, and Russell Hornsby.
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The Affair: Season Five Viewer Votes

Are you getting the right kind of closure from the fifth season of The Affair TV show on Showtime? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like The Affair is cancelled or renewed for season six. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households, and our viewing habits and opinions weren't considered before they decided to end it with this installment. Now, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of The Affair season five episodes here.

A Showtime drama, The Affair stars Dominic West, Maura Tierney, Julia Goldani Telles, Jadon Sand, Sanaa Lathan, and Anna Paquin. The series explores the consequences of an affair that destroyed two marriages, as well as the crime that reunites the people involved. This season,
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‘The Affair’ Final Season: Opening Episode Recap & Creator Sarah Treem Explains How The Show’s Carrying On Without Joshua Jackson

  • Deadline
‘The Affair’ Final Season: Opening Episode Recap & Creator Sarah Treem Explains How The Show’s Carrying On Without Joshua Jackson
Spoiler Alert: This article and interview with Sarah Treem contains details about tonight’s episode of The Affair.

Back for its fifth and final season, Showtime’s The Affair returns with some real surprises. The show was modeled on the varying viewpoints of four main characters: Noah and Helen Solloway, and Alison and Cole Lockhart. Noah (Dominic West) and Helen (Maura Tierney) are the only ones left standing. Ruth Wilson checked out last season, as her troubled Alison — whose affair with Noah launched the drama — was either murdered or committed suicide, with both versions shown during a shocking episode last season. Now, her husband Cole, last seen driving away from Montauk with daughter Joanie asking questions about her dead mother he couldn’t answer, is also gone. Joshua Jackson, a key part of this wonderful quartet of actors who brought startling emotional pain you don’t usually see outside of
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Affair Star on Ruth Wilson's Exit Ahead of Final Season: 'People Have Different Tolerances for Different Things'

Affair Star on Ruth Wilson's Exit Ahead of Final Season: 'People Have Different Tolerances for Different Things'
More than one year after Ruth Wilson left The Affair under mysterious circumstances, Maura Tierney is speaking out in defense of her co-star’s choice.

In a new interview with Vanity Fair, the ER vet suggests that she was not surprised by Wilson’s decision to vacate her starring role ahead of the fifth and final season (premiering tonight at 9/8c). “People have different tolerances for different things,” she says. “The work was certainly very demanding for her… [Alison] was just suffering all the time.

More from TVLineThe Affair Season 5 Premiere Recap: [Spoiler] Dies — Plus: We (Maybe?) Learn What Happened to ColeThe
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‘The Affair’ Star Maura Tierney Weighs in on Ruth Wilson’s Mysterious Exit From Series

‘The Affair’ Star Maura Tierney Weighs in on Ruth Wilson’s Mysterious Exit From Series
You might be asking yourself, “‘The Affair’ is still on?” Yes, we’re still doing this. Showtime’s drama series about the years-long repercussions of an infidelity, and how one toxic man’s horniness poisons the lives of everyone around him, is just about to enter its fifth and final season. This time around, the soapy series has brought Anna Paquin and Claes Bang aboard the cast, which already includes Dominic West, Maura Tierney, Joshua Jackson, Catalina Sandino Moreno, and Emily Browning.

But know who’s not in the cast? Ruth Wilson, who was undoubtedly the best part of the show. Last summer, the English actress made a splash when it was announced that she would be making an acrimonious split from the show, created by Sarah Treem and Hagai Levi. To this day, she has not publicly said why she wanted to leave the show, nor is she allowed to.
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Rose Riley sets her sights on Hollywood

Rose Riley (L) and Emma Harvie in ‘Diary of an Uber Driver.’

Rose Riley is getting ready to have her first crack at Hollywood amid the most successful year of her career since graduating from Waapa in 2013.

This week the actor is heading to the Us for the first time for meetings with producers, casting directors and other players set up by her Us agent, Authentic Talent & Literary Management’s Jessica Morgulis.

Rose met Morgulis when the agent visited Sydney, arranged by her Oz rep United Management, before she started work in Stateless, the six-part ABC drama about four strangers in an immigration detention centre in the Australian desert, co-created by Cate Blanchett, Tony Ayres and Elise McCredie.

“I will always be very passionate about Australian stories and Australian cinema, TV and theatre but working overseas would be a total dream; ideally I will find a balance,” she tells If.
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TV News Roundup: Caleb Castille, Christopher Meyer Join ‘Tell Me a Story’ Season 2 (Exclusive)

  • Variety
TV News Roundup: Caleb Castille, Christopher Meyer Join ‘Tell Me a Story’ Season 2 (Exclusive)
In today’s TV news roundup, season two of “Tell me a Story” finds two new cast members, and “Star Wars Resistance” has set a premiere date for its second and final season.

Casting

Caleb Castille and Christopher Meyer have joined the cast of season 2 of the CBS All Access fairytale anthology series “Tell Me a Story,” Variety has learned exclusively. The duo will play brothers, with Castille starring as the smart, dominant older sibling Ron, and Meyer playing the soft-spoken, fiercely loyal Derek.

Castille currently recurs on Hulu’s “Wu Tang: An American Saga” and will next be seen as the lead of the Netflix romantic drama feature “The World We Make” which premieres next month. He is represented by Gersh and Echo Lake Entertainment. While Meyer is is best known for being a series regular on season 4 of “The Affair” opposite Dominic West and Sanaa Lathan. He is repped by Pantheon,
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‘Awkwafina’: Jennifer Esposito To Recur On Comedy Central Series

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‘Awkwafina’: Jennifer Esposito To Recur On Comedy Central Series
Exclusive: The Boys‘ Jennifer Esposito is set for a recurring role on Comedy Central’s upcoming series Awkwafina, starring the multi-hyphenate Crazy Rich Asians star.

Written by Awkwafina, Karey Dornetto (Smilf) and Teresa Hsiao (Family Guy) and directed by Lucia Aniello (Broad City), Awkwafina stars writer-actor-rapper Awkwafina as a twentysomething living in Queens, striving for a larger-than-life existence while living with her father (Bd Wong) and grandmother (Lori Tan Chinn).

Esposito will play Brenda, an art teacher who catches Wally’s (Wong) interest at a single-parent support group.

Awkwafina executive produces with Dornetto, Aniello, Peter Principato and Itay Reiss of Artists First. Hsiao is co-executive producer.

Esposito plays Agent Susan Raynor in Amazon series The Boys and will next be seen on the big screen in Mary with Gary Oldman and Emily Mortimer, set to hit theaters October 11. Esposito played the sister to Dominic West’s character in The Affair,
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‘Brassic’ preview – Joe Gilgun takes us to grassroots England with edgy hilarity

  • HeyUGuys
From ‘This Is England’ to ‘Preacher’ Joe Gilgun has always kept it real and relatable in the characters he has portrayed. Now, co-creator and star of the new Sky One comedy ‘Brassic’, Gilgun goes grassroots in the depths of Northern England with edgy hilarity.

The 6 episode Sky Original series will spearhead comedy at Sky sees Gilgun team up with BAFTA award-winning writer, Danny Brocklehurst to deliver an authentic, challenging and razor-sharp show. The series focuses on a group of working-class friends finding unconventional ways to win at life in northern suburbia. What lay at the very heart of the series is irreplaceable, lifelong friends, loyalty and the things that come between them.

What the show aims to deliver is not just first-class comedy which is outrageous every step of the way but a look at how the forgotten working-class people have to deal with day in and day out. Struggling to make ends meet,
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Cate Blanchett in Talks for Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Nightmare Alley’ Opposite Bradley Cooper

Cate Blanchett in Talks for Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Nightmare Alley’ Opposite Bradley Cooper
Two-time Academy Award-winning Aussie icon Cate Blanchett is currently in talks to join Guillermo del Toro’s next project as director, “Nightmare Alley,” Variety reports. The follow-up to “The Shape of Water,” which earned the Mexican auteur Best Director and Best Picture Oscars, will also star Bradley Cooper. As previously reported, Cooper replaced Leonardo DiCaprio earlier this summer.

Del Toro is developing “Nightmare Alley” at Fox Searchlight, the studio that took “The Shape of Water” all the way at the 2018 Academy Awards. Del Toro is working with screenwriter Kim Morgan to adapt William Lindsay Gresham’s 1946 true crime pulp novel of the same name.

The novel was previously adapted by director Edmund Goulding in 1947, but sources close to del Toro’s film say this iteration of “Nightmare Alley” is not a remake of that film, but rather, a faithful interpretation of Gresham’s text.

The novel plunges us into the
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'I didn’t want to do an ITV drama': Matthew Macfadyen on making it big in the Us

One of the stars of last year’s breakout hit Succession, the actor is getting used to being recognised in the Us. He talks about juggling success with family life – and why he’s starring in a film about electricity

Matthew Macfadyen was idling on the stoop of his boutique Manhattan hotel last month when a man walked past and said warmly: “I loved you in Billions.” Macfadyen, at 44, is one of the handful of male British actors on Us TV – among them Benedict Cumberbatch, Dominic West and the actor for whom Macfadyen was mistaken, Damian Lewis – whom to American eyes can appear indistinguishable. “Thank you!” he replied, cheerfully. “Then he came back two minutes later and said: ‘Succession! So sorry.’” He roars with laughter.

Tom Wambsgans, the role Macfadyen plays in Succession, is robustly against type. In the 14 years since he played Darcy to Keira Knightley’s Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice,
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'I didn’t want to do an ITV drama': Matthew Macfadyen on making it big in the Us

One of the stars of last year’s breakout hit Succession, the actor is getting used to being recognised in the Us. He talks about juggling success with family life – and why he’s starring in a film about electricity

Matthew Macfadyen was idling on the stoop of his boutique Manhattan hotel last month when a man walked past and said warmly: “I loved you in Billions.” Macfadyen, at 44, is one of the handful of male British actors on Us TV – among them Benedict Cumberbatch, Dominic West and the actor for whom Macfadyen was mistaken, Damian Lewis – whom to American eyes can appear indistinguishable. “Thank you!” he replied, cheerfully. “Then he came back two minutes later and said: ‘Succession! So sorry.’” He roars with laughter.

Tom Wambsgans, the role Macfadyen plays in Succession, is robustly against type. In the 14 years since he played Darcy to Keira Knightley’s Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice,
See full article at The Guardian - TV News »
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