Hollywood star, director and producer Don Cheadle has founded a production company and is aiming to build a diverse slate of television and film content from new and emerging talent. LA-based Radicle Act will create content for all platforms and has kicked off with an exclusive first-look television deal with Industrial Media, the US outfit […]
Oscar-nominated actor, director and producer Don Cheadle (pictured), star of Hotel Rwanda and Avengers: Endgame, has launched the new production company Radicle Act and signed a first-look deal with Industrial Media, the company behind American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, 90 Day Fiance, Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath and more. Read more via Realscreen.
Don Cheadle has launched Radicle Act, a new television and film-focused production company committed to pushing a diverse slate, and signed a first-look deal for television and digital programming with Industrial Media Thursday. Read more via TheWrap.
Oscar- and Emmy-nominated actor, director and producer Don Cheadle has launched a new production company, Radicle Act, which will focus on creating TV and film content for all platforms. As part of the launch, Radicle Act has signed an exclusive first-look deal with Industrial Media (American Idol) to produce television and digital programming. Read more via Deadline.
Leah Remini’s groundbreaking Scientology series is coming to an end after three seasons. Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath will conclude with a two-hour series finale special airing Monday, August 26 at 9 PM ET/PT, A&E said Thursday. Read more via Deadline.
The actress and activist discusses the Danny Masterson accusations and her efforts moving forward: “When Scientology’s tax exempt status is revoked and people are in prison, that’s when I’ll start healing.” Read more via The Hollywood Reporter.
A&E is bringing its hit investigative docuseries Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath to a close after three seasons and 36 episodes with a two-hour series finale special. The series has followed actress and former Church of Scientology member Leah Remini (pictured) along with other former members as they seek to expose the organization’s alleged misdeeds. Read […]
Meek Mill’s new Amazon docuseries contextualizes his experiences in the larger problem of mass incarceration and state supervision in the U.S. Read more via Vice.