The catty feud between captive tiger zookeeper Joe "The Tiger King" Exotic and CEO of Big Cat Rescue Carole Baskin was the center of the pandemic's first binge-viewing sensation — aka Netflix's Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. The rivalry between the eccentric loud-mouthed, mullet-donning polygamist and the quirky "Mother Teresa of cats" came to a head when Joe was convicted of trying to hire two men to kill Carole. He was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison in January 2020, a sentence that was lessened to 21 years in January 2022.
Nat Wolff shared how he got his SAG card. He also talked about his new series “Joe vs. Carole” and why he wanted to play Travis. “Joe vs. Carole” debuts on March 3 on Peacock. This segment aired on the KTLA 5 Morning News on Feb. 25, 2022.
The White Lotus' O'Grady and The Stand's Wolff will co-star in the dark Amazon workplace thriller from Servant creator Tony Basgallop. Wolff will play Craig, a disillusioned but talented mobile app developer, working for a games studio in Los Angeles. O’Grady plays Elaine, an ambitious assistant to the CEO, who, in the wake of a tragedy, sees an opportunity to accelerate her career.
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EXCLUSIVE: Production has wrapped on Murder At Emigrant Gulch, the Western-thriller starring Gabriel Byrne, Thomas Jane and Isaiah Mustafa, directed by Richard Gray (Robert The Bruce). Check out some first-look images above and below. Cast to have joined the film since we revealed the project include Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss...
Peacock has added several new cast members to its upcoming series Joe Exotic, a dramatization of the colorful zookeepers depicted in Netflix‘s explosive documentary Tiger King. Set to join Kate McKinnon as divisive cat lover Carole Baskin and John Cameron Mitchell as imprisoned zoo owner Joe Exotic, former Nickelodeon star...
The “Joe Exotic” series at Peacock continues to build out its cast with the addition of Nat Wolff as Travis Maldonado. Wolff joins previously announced series leads Kate McKinnon, who will play Carole Baskin, and John Cameron Mitchell, who will play Joe Exotic. It was also recently announced that Brian Van Holt would play John Reinke. Maldonado was one of Joe Exotic’s husbands and was prominently featured in the Netflix docuseries “Tiger King.”
Peacock’s Joe Exotic series has found its newest cast member in Nat Wolff. According to Deadline, Paper Towns vet Nat Wolff is the latest star to join the cast of Peacock’s planned series about Tiger King breakout personality, Joe Exotic. The forthcoming limited series is based on the Wondery Podcast...
Nat Wolff is set for a lead role opposite Kate McKinnon’s Carole Baskin and John Cameron Mitchell’s Joe “Exotic” Schreibvogel in Joe Exotic (working title), Peacock’s limited series based on the Wondery podcast. Wolff will play Travis Maldonado, one of Joe’s husbands. The limited series centers on Carole Baskin (McKinnon),...
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Peacock’s Tiger King series is rounding out its cast. Actor-musician Nat Wolff has boarded the Joe Exotic limited series starring Kate McKinnon and John Cameron Mitchell. Based on Wondery’s Joe Exotic podcast from host and reporter Robert Moor, the show centers on big cat enthusiast Baskin (SNL‘s McKinnon), who learns that fellow exotic animal lover Joe “Exotic” Schreibvogel (Hedwig’s Mitchell) is breeding and using his big cats for profit. She sets out to shut down his venture, inciting a quickly escalating rivalry. But Carole has a checkered past of her own and when the claws come out, Joe will stop at nothing to expose what he sees as her hypocrisy. The results prove dangerous. (The show has no connection to the Netflix docuseries Tiger King, which was one of the early streaming breakout hits at the outset of the pandemic last year.)
“Mainstream” takes aim at the 21st century’s main vice. The sophomore feature of Gia Coppola — granddaughter of Francis Ford Coppola, and niece of Roman and Sofia — which came out Friday in theaters, digital and on demand, begins by looking at social media like so many of us do, or did: as an escape.
At first, everyone thought Nat Wolff was crazy. He was just wrapping work on the miniseries “The Stand,” which eerily enough features a pandemic, as the world around him was beginning to worry about the coronavirus. Having seen how things play out on the show, he was urging his family and friends to stock up at the grocery store and “stop listening to Donald Trump,” a behavior never seen before but adopted in hopes of believing the president was right in downplaying the virus.