Golden Exits   ◊   Video
written by Elise   |   January 5, 2018

It has been almost a full year since it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and the first “Golden Exits” trailer has finally dropped! Yahoo also exclusively unveiled the movie poster, which can be viewed in our gallery alongside pretty captures of Emily as Naomi in this first trailer. “Golden Exits” opens February 9th at the Metrograph in New York, as well as on VOD.

An intersectional narrative of two families in Brooklyn and the unraveling of unspoken unhappiness that occurs when a young foreign girl spending time abroad upsets the balance on both sides.

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written by Elise   |   December 31, 2017

2018 is right around the corner! Emily has been pretty busy this year, promoting the first (amazing, might I say) season of “American Gods” and “Golden Exits” during Sundance. As the year is ending, I thought it would be great to go over everything our girl has been up to these 12 last months. Click on ‘Continue Reading’ below to read the whole review post.

Emily started off the year of 2017 by promoting “Golden Exits” at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in January. During her first day there, she swung by the Deadline Hollywood Studio, the Acura Studio, and the Hollywood Reporter 2017 Sundance Studio. The day ended with her attending the “Golden Exits” Premiere with her fellow co-stars Analeigh Tipton, Chloe Sevigny, Jason Schwartzman and Director Alex Ross.
On January 23, Emily visited the Creators League Studio with Analeigh Tipton and the next day, on January 24, she visited Indiewire in Conversation. Sundance also means tons of portraits — fifteen outtakes from eight different portraits were added to our gallery during Sundance.


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Emily Browning
written by Elise   |   December 7, 2017


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Today is December 7th, 2017, which means this is Emily Browning’s 29th birthday! On behalf of the site as well as of the fans from all over the world, I would like to wish her the very best of birthdays, as well as a fantastic upcoming year.
I am — and I’m sure you guys are too — so proud of Emily and everything she has accomplished this year, from the release of “Golden Exits” during Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, to the broadcast of “American Gods” (Season 1). If you can see this, we love you and wish you the best Emily!
Feel free to send her birthday messages through Instagram (@emilyjanebrowning).

American Gods
written by Elise   |   November 30, 2017

Deadline — Michael Green and Bryan Fuller, the masterminds behind Starz’s American Gods, have exited the big-budget drama series. We hear the duo informed the cast of their departure today.

Fuller and Green created the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s 2001 award-winning novel and served as executive producers/showrunners on the show, which debuted this past spring and earned a quick Season 2 renewal. We’ve learned that more than half of the scripts for Season 2, which had been targeting a mid-2018 premiere, have been written. Search is underway for a new showrunner. There has been talk about Gaiman possibly coming on board as a co-showrunner but that is in flux as he also has series Good Omens for Amazon. (He confirmed on Twitter that he is focused on his Good Omens showrunner duties and won’t be joining American Gods.)

No one is addressing the reasons behind Green and Fuller’s exit, but we hear that the split may have been over the series’ budget. There had been talk that the budget for first season of the ambitious production had ballooned to Game of Thrones levels. We hear series producer FremantleMedia North America, under new scripted chief Dante di Loreto, tried to impose big budget cuts for the 10-episode second season, which led to the showrunner change.