“Ma” will be produced by Jason Blum’s Blumhouse Productions, the makers of “Insidious,” “The Purge,” and the Oscar-nominated smash “Get Out.”“It’s dark material, but it’s also really fun,” Taylor said.“Octavia is so damn likable that we usually see her in certain roles.“This is so f—ing weird and awesome and I want Octavia be the lead.”Blum is equally enthused to have landed the Oscar winner.“She’s an extraordinary actress at the top of her talents right now,” Blum said.
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Blum said he’s noticed more filmmakers are reaching out to him about collaborating following the success of “Get Out.” He thinks the reasons are two-fold.“Get Out” with its four Oscar nominations proved that horror films can be artistically bold as well as commercially potent.
Directors who are passionate about the theatrical experience recognize that if they can fit their ideas into a genre mold, they can reach an audience.”Blum’s model is a specific one.
We definitely love our son and we are co parenting and working on being friends. I have a lot of support, so I want for nothing as far as that's concerned.
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Whatever the case, Blum jumped at the chance to back Taylor’s inaugural entry into horror.
The Blumhouse team sent Taylor home from a meeting with an original script from Scotty Landes.“It was so serendipitous, because Octavia and I are always complaining about being offered the same s—, and I read this and thought, ‘Oh f—,'” Taylor said.
“It’s time for a star who looks just like you,” go the lyrics of Hairspray, the musical based on the John Waters’ film about an overweight girl who spearheads a civil rights movement. Broadway stalwarts Kristin Chenoweth and Jennifer Hudson, as Velma Von Tussle and Motormouth Maybelle, provide some much-needed live performance nous, with Hudson’s I Know Where I’ve Been the closest the stop-start format allows the show to come to an emotional high point.
It’s a message that still hasn’t caught on, so broadcasting a show that celebrates bigger, blacker and less conventional bodies feels like a timely move. is the fourth live musical telecast to be produced by NBC after The Wiz Live! Chenoweth milks the live aspect for all its worth, throwing in a few sparky improvs when it all goes, inevitably, wrong.