Roman Polanski Is Suing to Get Back Into The Academy

Roman Polanski is suing to get back into the Academy. Throughout his extensive filmmaking career, Polanski has been many things to many different people. As a child, he and his parents were held in the infamous Krakow Ghetto by the Nazis, then managed to survive the Holocaust as an orphan before kicking off a promising writing/directing career.

When his first film, 1962’s Knife in the Water was nominated for an Oscar, Polanski’s reputation began to grow as one of the hottest young filmmakers working. The status continued for several years more, but then, in 1969, Polanski’s wife – actress Sharon Tate – was brutally murdered by the Manson Family while pregnant with Polanski’s unborn child. The murder sent shockwaves around the world, remaining a source of fascination for many even today, some 50 years later. However, the sympathy and heartbreak that the public felt for Polanski as a result of this tragedy evaporated less than a decade later when the filmmaker plead guilty to the drugging and raping of a 13-year-old girl in Los Angeles.

Related: Haunting of Sharon Tate Trailer: Hilary Duff Has Visions of Manson

Polanski fled to Europe shortly after serving a brief psychiatric evaluation sentence in Los Angeles. Since that time, he has remained in France and Switzerland, avoiding countries that could potentially extradite him to the United States. Last year, however, Polanski was expelled from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Now, according to THR, Polanski has decided to fight the ban, by suing the Academy for wrongfully dismissing him. He contends that he was unjustly dismissed from the organization after not being permitted to have his side of the issue heard. This, according to Polanski’s lawyer, Harland Braun, constitutes a violation of the Academy’s policies. In a statement regarding the lawsuit, Braun wrote:

“The Academy committed a prejudicial abuse of discretion in that the Academy failed to proceed in a manner required by law, the Academy’s expulsion decision is not supported by the findings, and the Academy’s findings are not supported by the evidence.”

The lawsuit comes at a time when numerous sexual misconduct scandals abound, with Hollywood trying to take steps to ensure that the conditions and actions that led to previous incidents are no longer tolerated. It’s a lengthy battle to wage, but the rise of the #MeToo movement has done much to see alleged offenders such as Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey removed from the positions of power they once held.

It’s odd, to say the least, that Polanski would decide that now is the time to fight this dismissal. Bill Cosby, Weinstein, and Polanski make up three of the four Academy members to ever be expelled from its ranks in its entire 92-year history. That’s not a statistic that anyone wants to be a part of, so based on that, it’s understandable why Polanski would wish to remove himself from such company. However, the fact that Polanski has previously pled guilty to his charges leaves the world with the impression of a man who has still not sufficiently paid for his crimes, and no lawsuit is likely to change that.

More: Hollywood’s Sexual Assault Scandals Create an Oscar Dilemma

Source: THR

2019-04-19 04:04:15

Mike Jones

What To Expect From The Umbrella Academy Season 2

Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy season 1 is out now, but what can fans expect from a potential season 2 of this comic book superhero TV show? Netflix may be cancelling all of their Marvel comics series, but the streaming service recently released their non-Marvel superhero TV show, The Umbrella Academy. The series is based on the comics of the same name by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, that were published by Dark Horse Comics starting in 2007. The series followed a group of super-powered individuals who were raised as a dysfunctional family of sorts and trained to save the world.

In The Umbrella Academy season 1, the Netflix show introduces viewers to the seven members of the Academy, who were all born on the same day, at the same time, and each have special powers. They’re taken in by a man named Sir Reginald Hargreeves (Colm Feore), who gives each child a number rather than a name: Number One/Luther (Tom Hopper), Number Two/Diego (David Castañeda), Number Three/Allison (Emmy Raver-Lampman), Number Four/Klaus (Robert Sheehan), Number Five (Aidan Gallagher), Number Six/Ben (Justin H. Min) and Number Seven/Vanya (Ellen Page). When season 1 starts, the Academy is scattered, but must come together to save the world from an impending apocalypse.

Related: The Umbrella Academy Character & Powers Guide

Here’s everything fans of The Umbrella Academy need to know about a potential season 2 of this Netflix superhero TV show.

Netflix Has Renewed Umbrella Academy For Season 2

As is typical for Netflix shows, the streaming service waited until a month after The Umbrella Academy season 1 premiered before announcing that it had been officially renewed for season 2. This news didn’t come as much of a surprise, given the instant popularity of the series. Within a couple of weeks of its debut, Netflix was already scouting locations for The Umbrella Academy season 2.

When Will Umbrella Academy Season 2 Release?

The Umbrella Academy season 2 will begin filming in and around Toronto, Canada, in summer 2019, so season 2 likely won’t release until summer 2020 at the absolute soonest. Because this is a superhero TV show with special effects, it takes a little longer to produce and bring the series to life than lower budgeted projects. In terms of season 1, the show was officially announced in July 2017, started filming in January 2018 and premiered in February 2019, so we can expect a turnaround time of about a year for The Umbrella Academy season 2 as well.

What Will The Umbrella Academy’s Season 2 Story Be About?

MAJOR SPOILERS ahead for The Umbrella Academy season 1 finale

The ending of The Umbrella Academy season 1 features a cliffhanger in which all seven of the Hargreeves kids travel back in time using Five’s powers. Just before they jump, though, all seven are depicted as their younger selves (with the exception of Five, who’s still his young self). Most likely, this indicates that wherever in time they jumped to, they’ll be kids again – but with the knowledge of their adult selves. Further, since all seven are reverting back to their childhood selves, it’s possible Ben will return, having never died.

The story of season 2 will likely follow the Umbrella Academy members as they attempt to save their sister Vanya from succumbing to the destructive nature of her powers and, in the process, save the world. The team will also likely still have to contend with the time organization Five worked for, as they’ll be aiming to continue protecting the timeline and ensure the apocalypse happens.

Beyond those two story points, much of what season 2 will entail depends on where in the timeline the team jumped to. Did they jump back to their lives in the academy? The future? Earlier in time? Without that information, we can only speculate. But the mission remains the same for the Umbrella Academy team: Save the world. To do so, they’ll have to be a team again, and include their sister Vanya, which should lead to more unique adventures and more dysfunctional superhero family drama in The Umbrella Academy season 2.

Next: How The Umbrella Academy is Different To (& Better Than) The Comics

The Umbrella Academy season 1 is available in its entirety on Netflix.

2019-04-09 04:04:54

Molly Freeman

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2019-04-03 14:48:26

Junkie XL Launches SCORE Academy For Aspiring Film Composers

Composer Tom Holkenborg, best known to viewers as Junkie XL, is launching the SCORE Academy, which is a program designed to train aspiring film composers. In his career that spans two decades, Holkenborg has lent his talents to a variety of projects, most notably blockbusters such as Mad Max: Fury Road, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Deadpool. It was recently confirmed he’d be scoring this November’s Terminator: Dark Fate, which reunites him with director Tim Miller.

As one of the more distinct artists working in his field today, Holkenborg continues to entertain and thrill audiences with his soundtracks, which frequently complement and enhance the scenes they play with. Undoubtedly, his work has inspired and influenced numerous people looking to break into the industry today, and now the Hollywood composers of tomorrow will have a terrific opportunity to learn tricks of the trade from Holkenborg.

Related: Junkie XL Interview for Mortal Engines

Today it was announced Holkenborg, along with ASCAP, launched the SCORE Academy. It’s a free year-long program with a curriculum of Holkenborg’s design that covers various aspects including film scoring, sound mixing, and the business side of things. Those interested can apply online at, but it’s worth mentioning the program is specifically built for students at the highest level. According to the website, the “right applicant” should have a masters degree in film scoring or music or “be self-taught and supremely talented.”

This initiative is the latest example of Holkenborg’s dedication to education. He also produces a free online series called Studio Time for his YouTube channel and served as an Associate Professor for the ArtEZ Academy of Music. It goes without saying Holkenborg is one of the busiest people in the industry, but it’s great to see him take the time to set SCORE Academy up. On-paper, it sounds like it will be a very valuable program to help the next generation of film composers perfect their craft so they can deliver the next wave of memorable themes that audiences love. SCORE Academy looks to be extremely well-rounded, covering all corners so students are prepared for what’s next.

What’s even better is SCORE Academy isn’t just positioned as a one-off experiment. It’ll be an annual program, so hopefully it finds a great deal of success and builds a sizable student body over the next several years. This is a great opportunity for those looking for a big break, giving them access to tremendous resources and contacts that could pay off in the future.

More: Junkie XL On Uniqueness of Deadpool & Epicness of Batman

Source: Tom Holkenborg

2019-03-28 11:03:36

Chris Agar

10 Things the Cast of Umbrella Academy Shares With Their Characters

The Umbrella Academy is one of the latest comic book TV shows to take the world of pop culture by storm. It tells the story of a dysfunctional family fueled by child prodigies with superpowers. Oh, and they’re all trying to get along amongst an impending apocalypse. So, let’s dive into the behind-the-scenes and take a look at the people who have made the pages of these comic books come to life.

While the cast features some familiar faces, it also showcases a lineup of lesser known, up and coming stars. Some have been seen around before, but some are just finding their edge. Most of us know who Ellen Page and Mary J. Blige are, but who are the rest of these people that play these eccentric individuals? We took a look at some of the common things these cast members share with their characters and broke it down for you.



Klaus, Sheehan’s Umbrella Academy character, is seen to be wearing a variety of outfits. These outfits range from average to very out there. In episode 1, “We Only See Each Other at Weddings and Funerals,” Klaus is wearing his sister Allison’s skirt that he seemingly steals from her closet. To her surprise, she asks, “Is that my skirt?” and he replies by telling her that it’s very airy.


During that same episode, at their father’s funeral, everyone chooses somber black umbrellas. But not Klaus. Instead, he opts for a flashy pink one. Just like Klaus, Sheehan is known for making statement choices in his outfits that don’t always fit into one mold. He has sported a variety of outfits at various appearances, including a mesh shirt and skirt at New York Comic Con and a variety of patterned pants.


At the young age of 15, Aidan Gallagher, who plays Five, has already accomplished more than most youngsters do. Most 15-year-olds are just living life trying to navigate high school, but not this guy. His character, Number Five, spends a lot of his time trying to save the world and get his siblings to believe in the Apocalypse that’s coming. He is often frustrated because they don’t really take it as seriously as he would like them to. In real life, Gallagher spends a lot of his time advocating for saving the world through environmental protection and is a United States Ambassador for the Environment. He’s expressed his own frustrations that others don’t take the cause seriously. So, he decided to do something about it, just like Five.


Vanya Hargreeves is an outcast. She has gone her entire life feeling as though she is isolated and different than all of her siblings because she never thought she had powers. Page, who plays Vanya, has also gone through similar experiences being a closeted lesbian for a large part of her life.


Page has openly spoken about her experiences being afraid to come out as a lesbian and allowed her fear to affect her social relationships and mental state. Vanya also has trouble with her social relationships. She lets her fears and anxieties prevent her from opening herself up to her family and friends.


Castaneda plays Diego, the impeccable knife-throwing, assassin-like member of the group. He was born in October 1989, and so were the rest of the members of the Umbrella Academy. The same goes for the many babies born to non-pregnant women on that day that didn’t make it to the Academy. The only big difference is the birth day itself. All of the Hargreeves children were born on October 1, 1989, while Castaneda was born on October 24, 1989. This puts Castaneda at the exact same age as his character, Diego. It’s just one of those little coincidences that you don’t see very often, especially with actors always playing different ages.


On the Umbrella Academy, Hopper plays the ginormous Luther. The reason he’s so huge is that he shares his genetic makeup with a gorilla thanks to a serum he received to save his life in the past. Luther is often seen doing all of the physical work and strength training to keep up with his huge shape. Obviously, Hopper trains more extensively and wears a muscle suit when he plays Luther. However, in reality, he is just as devoted to his workout regimen as Luther is. His regular gym routine includes lots of weights and something called a manmaker, and even when he’s on the road he doesn’t skip his workouts.


On the show, Allison is a megastar who is now learning to enjoy being away from the spotlight of fame and reuniting with her siblings. Of course, Raver-Lampman is obviously an actress because she is playing her actress character, Allison.


However, her past in acting goes much deeper. She is a highly trained classical stage actress who has been in some major touring stage productions such as Hamilton, Hair, and Wicked. On top of that, she’s been involved in musical theater since she was a young child, attending the Governor’s School for the Arts and traveling the world with her professor parents.


It’s not really a focal point of her character in the show. But Cha-Cha and Hazel are both known to be huge sugar addicts. They thrive on a sugar high. In the show, it’s shown more with Hazel’s character and his love of donuts. However, Mary J. Blige, who plays Cha-Cha knows what addition is like firsthand. Blige has openly spoken about her struggle in the past with addiction to alcohol and drugs. The veteran rapper and unofficial Queen of Hip-Hop Soul is now sober. But she sure knows the experience that Cha-Cha is going through with her sugar addiction. Not to mention her addiction to killing, because that counts, too.


One of the reasons that Leonard Peabody is able to become entangled in Vanya’s life and get in close enough to manipulate her is because he has stayed away from any attention throughout his lifetime. So, no one knows who he is. In that same vein, John Magaro, who plays Leonard, enjoys remaining out of the spotlight despite his up and coming status. A recent interview with him revealed that he doesn’t tell any of his friends about his projects and that he and his fiance prefer to just Netflix and chill instead of going out and attracting attention to themselves.


Despite the fact that the patriarch of the Hargreeves family is not known to have been the best father around, he is known for being a prestigious, prominent man within society. Colm Feore, who plays Sir Reginald, is also a prestigious Canadian actor who has received many honorary awards as well as an honorary doctorate degree. He’s considered a veteran of the Canadian stage, specializing in Shakespeare performances, and is completely bilingual in French and English. He was even made an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2013 for his contributions to Canadian theater, both for movies and stage productions.


Cameron Britton plays Hazel, the other half of the assassin duo sent back in time to kill Number Five. Fortunately for Britton, he’s already very familiar with being a killer. On screen, that is. Before being cast in The Umbrella Academy, Britton was known for playing serial killer Ed Kemper on the Netflix series Mindhunter. He was even nominated for an Emmy for that role. While Kemper is a more notorious murderer, Hazel is more of a sympathetic character because he doesn’t really want to be a villain and is ready to escape this life.


2019-03-28 01:03:03

Lesley Cornelius

Umbrella Academy Theory: The Commission Works For a Future Villain

The Commission, the villains of The Umbrella Academy, could well be working for a mysterious enemy who originates from the post-apocalyptic future. When Five arrived in the present day in The Umbrella Academy season 1, it didn’t take long for him to be pursued by time traveling assassins. The show revealed that these agents worked for “The Commission,” a mysterious group who were attempting to ensure time stayed on a predetermined course. Five had worked for them for a while, acting as an assassin who killed anyone who threatened the timeline.

The idea of the Commission is heavily adapted from Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá’s original comics, in which Five had gotten caught up in the activities of a group called the Temps Aeternalis. In the comics, Hazel and Cha-Cha only appeared briefly, and they were two-dimensional at best; in fact, they unwittingly destroyed the entire planet when they stole a nuclear device, although that particular timeline was rewritten. In the Netflix series, however, they’re series regulars who are as important to the overall plot as the Umbrella Academy students themselves. Their boss, the Handler, is a recurring threat throughout season 1.

Related: Umbrella Academy Theory: The Hargreeves Family Is In A Time Loop

For all they’re loosely lifted from the comics and appear prominently in The Umbrella Academy season 1, the Commission remain enigmatic. They’re sure to return in season 2, and if so it stands to reason some of their mysteries will finally be explained.

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Operating from a base in 1955, the Commission use advanced technology and their knowledge of temporal calculations to ensure that the timeline happens as they believe it’s supposed to. They monitor the entire timeline, and identify key moments in history when an individual’s free will risks pushing history in a different direction. That individual is then assassinated by one of their field operatives. Five was one of their best assassins, even tasked with the murder of US President J.F. Kennedy, and Hazel and Cha-Cha are also numbered among their top field agents.

The Umbrella Academy revealed that the Commission’s ultimate goal is to ensure the end of the world happens. They’ve been guiding human history towards the apocalypse: the moment when Vanya blasts a chunk of the Moon off and causes an extinction level event. The Commission justify this by insisting everything must happened as it is “supposed” to, but they don’t explain why they believe history has to go down this particular course. The apocalypse certainly wasn’t inevitable; after all, if that were the case they wouldn’t have needed to assassinate people at all. So why are they so committed to the end of the human race?

Meanwhile, although the Commission seem to all be human beings – albeit people picked up from different points in the timeline – they’re clearly using tech beyond anything humanity will ever develop. With the exception of Five, all their agents carry briefcases containing time travel technology. They have ways of communicating with their agents across time and space, and the Handler even possessed a means of stopping time. So not only are the Commission’s motives still relatively unexplained, their technology is also impossibly advanced.

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All this raises the possibility that the Commission is working for a post-apocalyptic race. When Five first jumped forward in time, he found himself in a post-apocalypse wasteland, the sole survivor of the human race. He was unable to return home, and spent years living there until he was finally approached by the Handler. Five briefly assumed the Commission would be dedicated to rewriting history and preventing the end of the world, but the Handler swiftly disabused him of that notion. She was quite relaxed about the apocalypse, and didn’t even accept that it was indeed the end of everything. Instead, she referred to it as “the end of… something.” It was an enigmatic comment that suggested the extinction of the human race was a necessary part of the timeline in order to allow something else to take humanity’s place as the dominant species on Earth.

This may well explain the Commission’s advanced technology. In the world of The Umbrella Academy, humanity never had the opportunity to develop the kind of tech used by the Commission. But perhaps this post-apocalypse race will have a closer affinity with time, and learned how to manipulate it. If that’s the case – if the next dominant life-form on Earth is a race of time-sensitives – then they would have realized that human free will could alter the timeline, preventing their coming into existence in the first place. Thus they’d found the Commission, to ensure the timeline remained stable, the human race was rendered extinct, and the right conditions developed for them to come into existence. It’s even possible that some of the Commission’s senior management are post-humans. Certainly the Handler seemed distinctly odd, and appeared to be able to freeze time without needing any technology at all.

Related: Related: Will Ben Be Alive In Umbrella Academy Season 2?

Naturally, at this stage this is only a theory, but it fits with everything in The Umbrella Academy season 1. What’s more, there would be a certain surreal irony to this idea that works perfectly with the tone and style of The Umbrella Academy. The post-apocalypse villains would essentially be using humans to police the timeline and ensure their own race was wiped out; it’s the kind of crazy idea that works in this series.

Assuming this theory is correct, the reality is that the end of The Umbrella Academy season 2 has seen their plans begin to fall apart. The apocalypse happened, but the Umbrella Academy students are about to try to rewrite history and avert it again. This time round, they’re almost all on the same page and they’re a lot more well-informed. What’s more, they’ve already proved too much for the Commission to handle, and Five knows all the Commission’s tricks. This is the post-human race’s worst nightmare.

Related: The Umbrella Academy’s Ending Was Revealed In Episode 3

It won’t be easy for them to resolve the crisis. First they’ll need to locate the Umbrella Academy, which won’t be easy; Five conducted a blind jump through time, meaning they could be anywhere or anywhen. Then they’ll probably need to intervene directly in order to beat them; they won’t be able to operate through third parties anymore. No doubt they possess a lot of tools and technology that they never passed on to the Commission; still, it remains to be seen whether or not that will be enough to beat the Umbrella Academy students. Especially if they can successfully stabilize Vanya; her power levels are off the charts, enough to pose a threat to anyone who wants to destroy them.

The interesting question, though, is whether the Commission is the only way these time-sensitives have attempted to manipulate the timeline. It’s entirely possible they’ve taken other strategies as well, and that the Commission is simply the most extreme. If the Handler was indeed a post-human, then it’s even possible they have sleeper agents planted throughout history, working hard to ensure the apocalypse happens exactly when it’s supposed to. It wouldn’t even be a surprise to find that these beings were somehow involved in the mysterious births of superhumans in the world of The Umbrella Academy in the first place.

More: What The Umbrella Academy Comics Reveal About Season 2

2019-03-24 01:03:36

Thomas Bacon

Umbrella Academy’s Dance Scene Teased Season 1’s Ending

The Umbrella Academy‘s dance scene from episode 1, which was first teased in the TV show’s trailers, perfectly sums up each character’s hidden personalities while also hinting at season 1’s ending. In The Umbrella Academy episode 1, “We Only See Each Other at Weddings and Funerals”, the five remaining members of the Umbrella Academy gather for the first time in years, in their old home, after their father, Sir Reginald Hargreeves, had died – though it was later revealed there was a good reason.

Once all of the students had gathered at the Umbrella Academy – barring Number Five (who had disappeared) and Number Six (who’s dead) – they each separated into different rooms in the house. Luther had gone to his old bedroom and put on the song “I Think We’re Alone Now” by Tiffany. At first, some of the characters resisted the urge to dance, but ultimately, they all started dancing in their own ways – all of them alone in different rooms. After seeing The Umbrella Academy‘s ending, that dance scene becomes more important (and quite telling).

Related: What The Umbrella Academy Comics Reveal About Season 2

As pointed out by a Reddit user, each character’s dance reveals a part of their personality that they’ve kept secret. Luther’s dance is almost childlike, because he never had the opportunity to be a kid in his childhood since he was always leading the team as Number One. Allison dances with a feather boa and lets her inner-self shine, after having been forced to become reserved in the spotlight as a celebrity. Klaus dances with Sir Reginald’s urn, and he holds the urn close to him, because he’s always longed for a real relationship with his father.

Diego, on the other hand, strives to maintain a strict persona throughout season 1, but when the music comes on, he closes the door and starts dancing in a wildlike fashion. It’s one of the few times he can be himself. As for Vanya, she’s hesitant at first but then slowly gets into the groove. She does this, and then dances reservedly, due to being cast aside by the rest of the team throughout her life and has learned to sever herself from others – perhaps as a form of survival.

What’s interesting, all of their characters end up expressing these hidden personalities towards the end of The Umbrella Academy season 1, with Klaus, specifically, realizing (a part of) his full potential after speaking with Sir Reginald Hargreeves. Vanya also discovers her true self and unlocks the abilities that her father tried to suppress for years. Furthermore, Diego becomes part of the core of the family after setting aside his mask and allowing himself to care, outwardly, about other people. It was all there, from the very beginning. Even the song in the background highlights the Umbrella Academy students being alone.

More: What To Expect From The Umbrella Academy Season 2

2019-03-07 03:03:33

Mansoor Mithaiwala

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2019-03-05 17:57:40

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