ContributorsPublishersAdvertisers

Graham Greene

Our Man in Havana review – Graham Greene classic becomes a clever musical

Though equivocal about many aspects of religion, Graham Greene had nearly supernatural gifts of prophecy as a novelist. The Quiet American (1955) spookily previewed America’s disaster in Vietnam. Three years later, Our Man in Havana, in which an English expat vacuum cleaner salesman in Cuba sells fake secrets to MI6 for cash, was an espionage farce that turned serious with the Iraq “dodgy dossier” and other blurring of fact and fabrication. Greene’s spy fiction heir, John le Carré, so admired Our Man in Havana that he wrote an acknowledged homage in The Tailor of Panama.
Picture for Our Man in Havana review – Graham Greene classic becomes a clever musical
Literary Hub

Patti Callahan on Graham Greene, Mary Kay Andrews, and Women Who Run With Wolves

Welcome to the Book Marks Questionnaire, where we ask authors questions about the books that have shaped them. This week, we spoke to the author of Surviving Savannah, Patti Callahan. *. Book Marks: First book you remember loving?. Patti Callahan: Narnia Chronicles. It’s the first time I felt like a...
Picture for Patti Callahan on Graham Greene, Mary Kay Andrews, and Women Who Run With Wolves
ComicBook

Marvel's Echo: Oscar Nominee Graham Greene Cast in Hawkeye Spinoff

Veteran actor Graham Greene enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Marvel spinoff Echo. The Marvel Studios Original series sees Alaqua Cox reprise her breakout role as Maya Lopez, a Native American Deaf amputee, from Marvel's Hawkeye. Greene is the first to be cast opposite Cox in an undisclosed role, according to The Direct. The Native American actor, Oscar-nominated for his portrayal of Kicking Bird in Dances With Wolves, is also known for roles in The Twilight Saga: New Moon and Wind River.
Picture for Marvel's Echo: Oscar Nominee Graham Greene Cast in Hawkeye Spinoff
COMICBOOKMOVIE.com

ECHO Disney+ HAWKEYE Spinoff Reportedly Adds Academy Award Nominee Graham Greene

Disney+'s upcoming Hawkeye spinoff, Echo, is scheduled to begin production later this year, and it looks like Marvel Studios has begun to round out the show's supporting cast. According to The Direct, Academy Award-nominee Graham Greene has signed on for the project in an undisclosed role. The veteran stage and screen star, who is of Indigenous (Oneida) Canadian descent, was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his work in Dances With Wolves, and has also appeared in the likes of Thunderheart, The Green Mile, Twilight, and Wind River.
waurikanewsjournal.com

Graham Greene portrays Governor Douglas H. Johnston in “Te Ata”

Graham Greene portrays Chickasaw Nation Governor Douglas H. Johnston in Chickasaw Nation Productions’ feature film “Te Ata” (pronounced TAY’ AH-TAH). The film is based on the inspiring, true story of Mary Frances “Te Ata” Thompson Fisher, a woman who traversed cultural barriers to become one of the greatest First American performers of all time. She was born in Indian Territory and raised on the songs and stories of her Chickasaw culture. Governor Johnston was Te Ata’s uncle.

‘Yellowstone’ Prequel ‘1883’ at Paramount Plus Casts Graham Greene (EXCLUSIVE)

The “Yellowstone” prequel series “1883” at Paramount Plus has added Graham Greene to its cast, Variety has learned exclusively. The prequel series follows the Dutton family as they embark on a journey west through the Great Plains. Greene will play Spotted Eagle, a Crow elder who spots the wagon train and tells James Dutton about the place, Paradise Valley, where he should settle with his family. Greene earned an Academy Award nomination for his role as Kicking Bird (Ziŋtká Nagwáka) in “Dances with Wolves.” He is also known for starring in films like “The Green Mile,” “Maverick,” and “Wind River,” the last of...
GeekTyrant

YELLOWSTONE Prequel Series 1883 Adds GRAHAM GREENE To Cast

The Yellowstone prequel series 1883 looks so damn good! Last week, a new trailer was released for the series, which tells the history of the Dutton family, and it’s going to be a show you won’t want to miss. It has now been announced that Graham Greene has joined the...
TEXAS STATE
redlakenationnews.com

Graham Greene portrays Governor Douglas H. Johnston in "Te Ata"

Graham Greene portrays Chickasaw Nation Governor Douglas H. Johnston in Chickasaw Nation Productions' feature film "Te Ata" (pronounced TAY' AH-TAH). The film is based on the inspiring, true story of Mary Frances "Te Ata" Thompson Fisher, a woman who traversed cultural barriers to become one of the greatest First American performers of all time. She was born in Indian Territory and raised on the songs and stories of her Chickasaw culture. Governor Johnston was Te Ata's uncle.
Collider

Graham Greene Joins Cast of ‘Yellowstone’ Prequel Series ‘1883’

The Yellowstone prequel series 1883 is bringing Graham Greene into the fold, according to Variety. The Dances with Wolves star has been tapped to play a Crow elder who aids the Dutton family on their voyage out west by giving them directions to a place to settle. 1883 shows the...

How Graham Greene Led The Way for an Aspiring Native American Actor (Guest Column)

There is a Native film from 1989 about a road trip called “Powwow Highway” starring Gary Farmer and A Martinez. It’s a wonderful film that I enjoyed, and I highly recommend it to people who haven’t seen it. However, it wasn’t so much the movie that had a huge impact on me as it was a single performance that moved me. This performance has stayed with me to this day. I look at it when I need some inspiration and guidance for my work. I was around 13 years old and living in a small town on an Indian reservation in...
MONTANA STATE
Rapid City Journal

Graham Greene, actor from 'Dances with Wolves,' to appear at Rush game

The Rapid City Rush announced Thursday that Academy Award nominated actor Graham Greene will be in attendance for the team's Dances with Wolves Night on Nov. 20, honoring Native American heritage. Greene will be holding a meet-and-greet with fans in the club level prior to the game, and a limited...
RAPID CITY, SD
crimereads.com

Rock Of Ages: What Graham Greene Can Teach The Modern Novelist

Matthew Arnold suggested the best method of judging the excellence of literature is the amount of time it has survived. There is no greater proof of this touchstone for a novelist than Graham Greene. His books are still selling, often in terms much greater than newly published books that get intense media coverage. His books are read with enthusiasm and taken seriously. It is surprising that many of his contemporaries, many Noble prize winners included, are simply vanishing into the past, while the books of Greene not only endure but thrive.