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Liev Schreiber is Open to Returning to 'Ray Donovan' Someday

In what can only be considered a win for the bat industry, Liev Schreiber who played the lead role in the seven-season series Ray Donovan has recently discussed the possibility of him returning for a reboot of the show. The Showtime series, which premiered in 2013, follows Ray Donovan, a...
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Liev Schreiber on Revisiting ‘Ray Donovan’: ‘I Would Consider It’

Click here to read the full article. Liev Schreiber wouldn’t be opposed to revisiting “Ray Donovan,” he told the audience at Karlovy Vary Intl. Film Festival on Sunday. The beloved Showtime series, created by Ann Biderman, was canceled in 2020 after seven seasons. Following the fans’ outcry, “Ray Donovan: The Movie” premiered in 2022. “I would consider it,” he said during a masterclass. “It was always [longtime Showtime chief] David Nevins’ baby. I know he loves this character and this story, and I wouldn’t be surprised if we hear more from David.” Schreiber admitted he was both “disappointed and relieved” by the show’s...
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Liev Schreiber “Struggles” With Calls To Boycott Russian Art & Says Putin Is Counting On “Chaos & Misinformation” – KVIFF

Click here to read the full article. While Ukrainian filmmakers have called out international festivals such as Cannes and Karlovy Vary for the inclusion of Russian titles in their lineups, Liev Schreiber, who has Ukrainian roots stemming from his maternal grandfather, admits he “struggles” with the idea of boycotting art of any kind. “I struggle with the idea of boycotting any kind of art or expression,” Schreiber told journalists at a press conference at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival on Saturday. “Having said that, the reason that I believe, and everyone always asked me why I think Ukraine is going...
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Liev Schreiber Discusses His Efforts to Deliver Aid to Ukraine at Karlovy Vary Film Festival

Click here to read the full article. When Liev Schreiber first encountered how ordinary Ukrainians on the ground are handling the vast and urgent crises brought on by the Russian war, he says, one thing was clear to him immediately: “They were doing all the work.” Speaking about his non-profit BlueCheck Ukraine at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival on Saturday, the actor/writer/producer explained this realization is central to his newly organized efforts to help. Schreiber was also motivated to found BlueCheck Ukraine after hearing many Americans express doubt about whether funds donated to the war relief effort would reach those most in...
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