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Cannes: IFC Films Takes Sci-Fi Comedy ‘Turn Me On’ Starring Bel Powley, Nick Robinson (Exclusive)

IFC Films has grabbed the North American rights to the sci-fi comedy Turn Me On, starring Bel Powley and Nick Robinson. The indie distributor is reteaming with director Michael Tyburski, with the two having worked together on Tyburski’s first film, The Sound of Silence, starring Peter Sarsgaard and Rashida Jones. Tyburski is directing from a script by Angela Bourassa.More from The Hollywood Reporter'The Crow' Director Alex Proyas Prepping $35M Horror-Thriller 'Sister Darkness'Taiwan's Screen Industry Booms as Streamers Provide Global PlatformCannes: Lukas Moodysson to Direct 'Together 99,' Sequel to 2000 Crossover Dramedy Turn Me On takes place in a reality where the inconvenience...
Picture for Cannes: IFC Films Takes Sci-Fi Comedy ‘Turn Me On’ Starring Bel Powley, Nick Robinson (Exclusive)

‘Turn Me On’: IFC Nabs Michael Tyburski’s Sci-Fi Comedy Starring Bel Powley & Nick Robinson

IFC Films announced this week that they will reunite with “The Sound of Silence” director Michael Tyburski for his sophomore feature, sci-fi comedy “Turn Me On.” The new movie boasts impressive young talent in leading roles with Bel Powley (“The King of Staten Island,” “White Boy Rick“) and Nick Robinson (“Love, Simon,” “A Teacher“) starring. “Turn Me On” has a script written by Angela Bourassa (“If You Were The Last“).

Netflix’s Fantasy Film Damsel Adds Robin Wright, Nick Robinson, & More

Following the recent addition of Angela Bassett as Lady Bayford, Deadline brings word that Emmy nominee Robin Wright (The Princess Bride, House of Cards), Nick Robinson (Love, Simon), Ray Winstone (Black Widow), Brooke Carter (The Alienist), and Oscar nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo (House of Sand and Fog) have been cast to join Netflix’s newest coming-of-age fantasy film Damsel. They will officially be joining previously announced leading star Millie Bobby Brown, who is set to portray the role of Princess Elodie.

‘Damsel’: Robin Wright, Ray Winstone, Nick Robinson, Brooke Carter & Shohreh Aghdashloo Join Netflix Millie Bobby Brown Fantasy Pic

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Robin Wright, Ray Winstone, Nick Robinson, Brooke Carter and Shohreh Aghdashloo have joined previously announced star and EP Millie Bobby Brown and Angela Bassett in the Netflix fantasy film Damsel, we can tell you first. In the movie from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, a dutiful damsel agrees to marry a handsome prince, only to find the royal family has recruited her as a sacrifice to repay an ancient debt. Thrown into a cave with a fire-breathing dragon, she must rely on her wits and will to survive. Wrath of the Titans scribe Dan Mazeau...

Does the BBC just have a Nick Robinson problem?

It has not been a great week for the BBC with the defection of Emily Maitlis and Jon Sopel to LBC, hot off the heels of Andrew Marr leaving to join the station. To add insult to injury, Auntie was then trounced at the Royal Television Society awards for journalism on Thursday night, as ITV dominated the prizes. Only three of the 19 categories were won by the Beeb.

Nick Robinson & Bel Powley To Star In Sci-Fi Rom-Com ‘Turn Me On’; Film Constellation Launches Sales — EFM

EXCLUSIVE: Love, Simon and Jurassic World actor Nick Robinson and White Boy Rick and The Morning Show actress Bel Powley have been set to star in sci-fi rom-com Turn Me On. The film is set in a world where the inconvenience of human emotion has been eradicated by a government-imposed daily vitamin. When a young couple skips their dose, they discover love, joy and sex for the first time, but come to realize they must also handle the emotional baggage that comes with it. London-based sales firm Film Constellation is launching international pre-sales at the virtual EFM this week. UTA and CAA are repping...

Nick Robinson slams suggestions of BBC bias in No 10 drinks party coverage

Nick Robinson has refuted suggestions of BBC bias in its coverage of the Downing Street drinks party allegations.The presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Today programme defended the corporation after calls for the BBC to show “super-impartiality” in its reporting.In a letter to The Daily Telegraph, Robinson, 58, said the idea that the “BBC alone should play down or ignore the crisis” is “absurd” in reference to the corporation’s coverage of “partygate”.Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologised for the partygate saga, but is facing calls from MPs within the Tory party and beyond to resign amid allegations of partying in Downing...

Nick Robinson: It would be ‘absurd’ for BBC to ignore ‘partygate’ crisis

Nick Robinson has hit back at accusations of BBC bias in its coverage of Downing Street “partygate”, saying it would be “absurd” to play down the story. The presenter of Radio 4’s Today programme was responding to an accusation by Lord Moore that the BBC had acted like “a Fox News of the Left” by interviewing Tory MPs hostile to Boris Johnson.

Deputy PM accused of mouthing ‘w*****’ at BBC’s Nick Robinson during tense interview

Dominic Raab has been accused of mouthing the word “w*****” during a clash with Radio 4’s Nick Robinson earlier this week. According to the i’s Paul Waugh, BBC staff reportedly spotted the justice secretary “silently mouthing the word ‘w****’ in the soundproofed radio booth” during the deputy prime minister’s appearance on the Today programme on Tuesday.

Nick Robinson on ‘Maid,’ Understanding His Character's Toxic Behavior, and Playing Such a Well Written Character

From creator Molly Smith Metzler and inspired by the best-selling memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive by Stephanie Land, the Netflix series Maid follows Alex (Margaret Qualley), a single mother who escapes an abusive relationship only to find herself desperate for a better life for her daughter (Rylea Nevaeh Whittet). Taking a job cleaning houses while trying to keep from being homeless and figure out her next step, Alex’s resilience is tested every step of the way while refusing to give up on a better future.

Nick Robinson and Chloë Grace Moretz Discuss the Weight of Getting Heavy

While Squid Game has been blowing minds, Netflix dropped another series that is bound to break hearts. Maid, adapted from Stephanie Land’s bestselling memoir of the same name, is a meticulous and agonizing look at one woman’s (Margaret Qualley) struggle on several fronts, from trying to eke out a living for her and daughter, to extracting herself from an abusive relationship with the father of her child. That character, Sean, could have easily come across as a cookie-cutter villain, but as embodied by Nick Robinson, with an assist from showrunner Molly Smith Metzler​​’s nuanced and sensitive take on the source material, Sean is instead portrayed as complicated and contradictory, a man whose own troubled background explains his behavior without excusing it. Robinson, who made his acting debut at age 11, made an impression last year as a student caught in an abusive relationship in the FX limited series A Teacher, and with this role has cemented himself as an actor capable of evoking trauma and its murky aftermath. Another former child actor who’s entered a more mature phase of her career is Chloë Grace Moretz, who recently spoke to Robinson about challenging expectations and avoiding comfort zones.

Margaret Qualley, Nick Robinson, and the Stars of ‘Maid’ Reveal Their Grossest Clean Ups

Maid is a beautifully understated look at the horror of living in poverty in America. Margaret Qualley plays Alex, a single mother forced into domestic work to take care of her toddler daughter. The whole point of the show is to illustrate how poverty itself becomes a trap, dragging folks down every time they manage to lift themselves ever so slightly from their bootstraps.
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Nick Robinson and Laura Kuenssberg laugh about Boris Johnson's 'long answers'

BBC’s Nick Robinson and Laura Kuenssberg laughed about Boris Johnson’s ‘long answers’ after the radio presenter told the PM to ‘stop talking’. Nick Robinson spoke to Laura Kuenssberg about telling the PM to be quiet and said ‘you’ve interviewed him before - he doesn’t like answering questions does he?’ and Mrs Kuenssberg replied: ‘he likes a long answer, that’s all I’ll say’.