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Exclusive: Julia Garner Eyed to Play Scammer Anna Delvey in Shonda Rhimes’ Netflix Series

Hot off winning an Emmy for her supporting turn in Ozark, Julia Garner is in early talks to play infamous New York con artist Anna Delvey in Shonda Rhimes first series for Netflix, Collider has exclusively learned. Sources caution that Garner does not have an official deal in place, and a representative for Netflix did not confirm or otherwise comment on the casting news. Netflix and Shondaland jointly acquired the rights to Jessica Pressler's New York Magazine article "How Anna Delvey Tricked New York's Party People" last summer, with Rhimes attached to write the limited series. It is …
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‘Ozark’ Star Julia Garner Signs First-Look Deal With Mrc Television

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‘Ozark’ Star Julia Garner Signs First-Look Deal With Mrc Television
Julia Garner has signed a first-look deal with Mrc Television, the studio behind “Ozark” and “House of Cards.”

Under the deal, the actress, who plays Ruth Langmore on “Ozark,” which won her an Emmy last month for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series, will develop and executive produce television projects.

“I’ve had the privilege of working closely with Mrc on Ozark where they have offered me a rich playground of material as an actress,” Garner said. “I’ve now been afforded an opportunity with Mrc to build on a rewarding and collaborative experience and I look forward to establishing a creative partnership in the future.”

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“Julia is phenomenally talented with a remarkable versatility of range that she brings to every project she works on, as evidenced by her well-deserved Emmy win for Ozark,
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Julia Garner Inks First-Look Deal With Mrc Television

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Emmy-winning Ozark star Julia Garner is expanding her relationship with Mrc Television, the studio behind the Netflix series, signing a first-look deal to develop and executive produce television projects.

“I’ve had the privilege of working closely with Mrc on Ozark where they have offered me a rich playground of material as an actress. I’ve now been afforded an opportunity with Mrc to build on a rewarding and collaborative experience and I look forward to establishing a creative partnership in the future,” said Garner.

Garner is coming off her 2019 supporting actress Emmy win for her portrayal of Ruth Langmore in Netflix and Mrc Television’s Emmy-nominated drama Ozark. The series, which she co-stars in opposite Jason Bateman and Laura Linney, follows financial planner Marty Bird (Bateman) and his family’s sudden relocation from the suburbs of Chicago to a summer resort community in the Missouri Ozarks. Garner’s character
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‘Ozark’ Star Julia Garner Signs First-Look Deal With Mrc Television

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‘Ozark’ Star Julia Garner Signs First-Look Deal With Mrc Television
Ozark” producer Media Rights Capital (Mrc) Television has entered into a first-look deal with series star Julia Garner.

Under the deal, Garner will work with Mrc to develop and produce television projects. She recently won the Emmy Award for best supporting actress in a drama for her work on the third season of “Ozark,” which streams on Netflix.

“I’ve had the privilege of working closely with Mrc on ‘Ozark’ where they have offered me a rich playground of material as an actress,” Garner said. “I’ve now been afforded an opportunity with Mrc to build on a rewarding and collaborative experience and I look forward to establishing a creative partnership in the future.”

Garner is currently in production on Season 3 of “Ozark.” Beyond that show, she recently appeared in the Amazon anthology series “Modern Love” and the feature “The Assitant.” Her other credits include the first season of the
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Julia Garner Signs First-Look TV Deal With 'Ozark' Producer Mrc

Ozark star Julia Garner is strengthening her relationship with the studio behind the Netflix series.

The recent Emmy winner has signed a first-look deal with Mrc Television, which produces the drama. In her first foray into producing, Garner will work with the studio to develop and executive produce TV projects.

"I've had the privilege of working closely with Mrc on Ozark, where they have offered me a rich playground of material as an actress," said Garner. "I’ve now been afforded an opportunity with Mrc to build on a rewarding and collaborative experience, and I look forward to ...
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Why ‘Ozark’ Is One Of The Best Shows On TV

In a post-Breaking Bad world, television viewers have been looking for similar shows to spend their weekends bingeing on. While we have been treated to a new Breaking Bad movie in the form of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie which debuted at the weekend, we had to wait six years for it to come along. We did have the Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul, which has run for four seasons so far (a fifth is on the way), but the landscape had been Barron for quality crime fiction on the small screen – that was until Ozark came along. In just two seasons, it has already established itself as one of the best shows on TV. Here’s why.

The story

The pilot episode of Ozark was, quite frankly, gripping from the outset. We meet Jason Bateman’s character, financial advisor Martin “Marty” Byrde, in the first episode
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‘Modern Love’ Review: Star-Studded Anthology Wears Its Heart on Its Sleeve

‘Modern Love’ Review: Star-Studded Anthology Wears Its Heart on Its Sleeve
In the second episode of Modern Love, Amazon’s anthology series based on the famous New York Times column, a journalist played by Catherine Keener tells us, “Sometimes, you realize that true love, in its absolute form, has many purposes in life. It’s not actually just about bringing babies into the world, or romance, or soul mates, or even lifelong companionship.”

Keener’s character is part of a story (along with Dev Patel as the founder of a dating app) that is entirely about romance and lifelong companionship — specifically,
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TV Review: Amazon’s ‘Modern Love’

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TV Review: Amazon’s ‘Modern Love’
In theory, a series based on “Modern Love,” the wildly popular “New York Times” column about real life relationships, is a slam dunk. There’s no shortage of material, it already has an audience, and there’s no premise more open-ended than “love.” All a TV version of “Modern Love” had to do was pick compelling stories, connect some narrative dots, and cast a handful of beautiful people to give it a glossier finish than it ever had in print.

Amazon’s adaptation, developed by “Sing Street” writer/director John Carney, is a success on exactly one of these fronts. You’ll hardly find a more charismatic and photogenic cast than this one, which includes actors like Dev Patel, Anne Hathaway, Catherine Keener, Andrew Scott and Tina Fey to tell a different story in every episode. It’s tempting to feel a tiny twinge of warmth as they turn their luminous,
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New on Amazon Prime in October: From ‘Modern Love’ to ‘Jestination Unknown’

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Amazon Prime Video is out with its list of new TV shows and movies coming in October. Among them is Amazon original series “Modern Love,” out Oct. 18, which stars Tina Fey, Julia Garner, Anne Hathaway, Dev Patel, John Slattery, Andrew Scott and Brandon Victor Dixon, and a host of others.

The half-hour romantic comedy series is inspired by the popular New York Times column of the same name, and “explores love in all of its complicated and beautiful forms, as each standalone episode brings some of the column’s most beloved stories to life with a stellar cast.”

Coming in October on an unspecified date is Vir Das’ Amazon original series “Jestination Unknown,” which finds Das traveling across India with his friends in an attempt to answer the question: “What does India find funny?” According to Amazon, “The clubs and pubs of India’s metros are only a part of the answer.
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Sophie Turner suffers a fashion emergency at Emmys

"Game Of Thrones" actress Sophie Turner suffered a huge fashion emergency on the red carpet of the 2019 Emmy awards.

The actress had picked a pale pink Louis Vuitton gown for her Emmy outing, but her style statement came a cropper.

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"Queer Eye" star Tan France was around to come to Sophie's rescue. He later took to Instagram Stories to share the experience, reports "dailymail.co.uk".

Tan, 36, shared an image of the moment as he helped Turner, 23, with her dress in the middle of the red carpet.

In the photograph, Tan is seen helping Turner with her dress while a member of her team arrives with a glue pen to fix the problem.

"Trying to help Sophie with a fashion emergency," he wrote with the image.

Turner's sleeveless gown had a belted waist and an opening at the front.
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‘Ozarks’ Star Julia Garner Wishes Her Emmy Award Was ‘Made Of Chocolate’

Ozarks star Julia Garner won her first Emmy award on Sunday night. The actress accepted her award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. “This looks kind of like a piece of chocolate, like a candy wrapper. I’m sorry, I’m so nervous!” Garner said during her acceptance speech. “What I’m saying about the chocolate is […]

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Ozark May Have Won Her the Emmy, but Julia Garner Has Had Plenty of Other Roles

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Ozark May Have Won Her the Emmy, but Julia Garner Has Had Plenty of Other Roles
With her springy blond Shirley Temple-like curls, Julia Garner may be one of the most recognizable celebrities in Hollywood - but it seems as though she's finally being recognized for her talent as well as her fabulous hair. The 25-year-old actress is best known for her starring role as Ruth Langmore in the Netflix crime drama Ozark, for which she just took home the 2019 Emmy award for outstanding supporting actress in a drama series. However, if Ozark is the only place you've seen this talented actress, you have some catching up to do. As well as in the forthcoming Amazon series Modern Love, here are all the movies and TV shows where you can spot the curly-haired Emmy winner.

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Presenting the Full List of This Year's Emmy Winners

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Ever since the 2019 Emmy nominations were announced in July, it was obvious that some spectacular actors and shows would be taking home important awards at the big event in September. Now that the time has come - after months of binging and critiquing an ungodly amount of television - the winners have been revealed! Amazon darlings The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag scored quite a few statues, while Bill Hader picked up a win for Barry. In the dramatic categories, Peter Dinklage won for Game of Thrones and Jharrel Jerome got a trophy for his incredible work in When They See Us. Keep reading to see the full list of this year's winners!

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Outstanding Drama Series

Game of Thrones

Outstanding Comedy Series

Fleabag

Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series

Jodie Comer, Killing Eve

Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series

Billy Porter,
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Emmys: Game of Thrones Took Home the Big Prize, but Here's Where It Was Snubbed

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Although it came in with the night's highest profile and a load of nominations, Game of Thrones actually lost quite a few times at Sunday night's Emmy Awards. The HBO fantasy did win the night's top prize for best drama series - and it snagged several technical awards at the Creative Arts Emmys - but in many of the other major categories, it was almost completely shut out. Here's how it all went down.

Game of Thrones had a whopping ten acting nominations coming into the evening. Guest actress Carice van Houten had already lost at the Creative Arts Emmys, but the rest of the cast was still awaiting their fates. All four categories were represented: Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke in the lead actor/actress in a drama categories, and Alfie Allen, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gwendoline Christie, Lena Headey, Maisie Williams, and Sophie Turner in the supporting categories.
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The Very Best Moments Caught on Camera From This Year's Emmy Awards

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The 71st annual Emmy Awards took place in La on Sunday evening, and the hostless show did not disappoint. Chernobyl, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Fleabag, and Game of Thrones were some of the big winners of the evening, while stars like Jharrel Jerome, Bill Hader, Julia Garner, and more took home awards of their own. In addition to the many gold statues, there was also a slew of hilarious (and awkward) presentations, inspiring acceptance speeches, and sexy red carpet gowns to take in. Naturally, the night was a huge success, and if you missed it, we've collected all of the moments to see, from costar reunions to onstage celebrations and more, with the fun-filled Emmys moments ahead!

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Julia Garner (Netflix’s ‘Ozark’) just broke this 40-year Emmy trend in Best Drama Supporting Actress

Julia Garner (Netflix’s ‘Ozark’) just broke this 40-year Emmy trend in Best Drama Supporting Actress
Age may be just a number, but it affects one Emmy category in particular quite significantly over the past few decades. In order to win Best Drama Supporting Actress at the Emmys, there seems to be an unwritten age requirement of 30 or older, as we have seen over the past 40 years of the category’s history, with few exceptions like Katherine Heigl winning at 29 for “Grey’s Anatomy.” There were three actresses nominated this year who could have broken the trend as they were all in their early to mid-20s: Julia Garner, Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams. Garner ended up prevailing Sunday night — see full list of winners.

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Garner is now the youngest to win Best Drama Supporting Actress since Kristy McNichol, who won for “Family” in 1979, two days before her 17th birthday.
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Emmys: Game of Thrones Took Home the Big Prize, but Here's Where It Was Snubbed

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Emmys: Game of Thrones Took Home the Big Prize, but Here's Where It Was Snubbed
Although it came in with the night's highest profile and a load of nominations, Game of Thrones actually lost quite a few times at Sunday night's Emmy Awards. The HBO fantasy did win the night's top prize for best drama series - and it snagged several technical awards at the Creative Arts Emmys - but in many of the other major categories, it was almost completely shut out. Here's how it all went down.

Game of Thrones had a whopping ten acting nominations coming into the evening. Guest actress Carice van Houten had already lost at the Creative Arts Emmys, but the rest of the cast was still awaiting their fates. All four categories were represented: Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke in the lead actor/actress in a drama categories, and Alfie Allen, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gwendoline Christie, Lena Headey, Maisie Williams, and Sophie Turner in the supporting categories.
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Emmys Aftermath: The Parties Were Hot, The Ratings Were Cold, But The Winners And Their Speeches Made This An Emmys Worth Remembering

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Emmys Aftermath: The Parties Were Hot, The Ratings Were Cold, But The Winners And Their Speeches Made This An Emmys Worth Remembering
I am happy to say I have been informed I beat all “experts” in the Gold Derby contest to predict winners of this year’s Emmy Awards. So while on a high from that triumph, let me make some Emmy predictions about next year even though we are a full 12 months away from the big night in 2020.

Even though Emmys have a history of repeating their winners year after year, the slate will be wiped clean in the top three categories of Best Drama Series, Best Comedy Series and Best Limited Series. Since the night’s big winner Phoebe Waller-Bridge firmly closed the door on any future seasons of her four-time Emmy-winning comedy series Fleabag after just two six-episode seasons, I predict that something else will win this prize next year. And since the Television Academy has decided to send off the final season of HBO’s juggernaut Game of Thrones
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Julia Garner and Mark Foster Are the Cutest Couple You Never Knew About

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When Julia Garner took home the prize for best supporting actress in a drama at Sunday night's Emmy Awards, there's no doubt who her proudest supporter was: her fiancé, the musician Mark Foster. Julia gave him a shoutout in her acceptance speech, calling him the love of her life while he sat watching in the audience. Although her gorgeous engagement ring was clearly visible during her speech and while she walked the red carpet, Julia and Mark have kept their romance very low-key and out of the public eye. They've appeared at a handful of industry events together and occasionally show up on each other's Instagrams, but other than that, they're intensely private, and we definitely respect wanting to keep a personal life private! For a few of the sweet moments they have chosen to share publicly, keep reading.
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Jodie Comer (‘Killing Eve’) upset Emmy win moved her past Lindsay Wagner and Gillian Anderson in the record books

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Jodie Comer (‘Killing Eve’) upset Emmy win moved her past Lindsay Wagner and Gillian Anderson in the record books
Most of us Emmy pundits didn’t see Jodie Comer‘s Best Drama Actress victory for “Killing Eve” coming. Her co-star Sandra Oh was the odds-on favorite, but the fact that Comer’s victory was a surprise overshadowed the fact that her win was also unprecedented. At age 26, Comer became the youngest woman ever to win Best Drama Actress.

Twenty-somethings winning at the Oscars is commonplace — from Gwyneth Paltrow (“Shakespeare in Love”) to Jennifer Lawrence (“Silver Linings Playbook”) to Brie Larson (“Room”), to name a few. But it’s far less typical at the Emmys, where only two other women have won south of 30. Lindsay Wagner was 28 when she prevailed for “The Bionic Woman” in 1977. And Gillian Anderson was 29 when she was awarded for “The X-Files” in 1997.

SEE2019 Emmy winners: Full list of nominees and winners in all 27 categories

Comer wasn’t only the youngest winner ever in her category,
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