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The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Her

The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them

Absolutely AMAZING movies!!!

If you have about 5 hour to spare it is a 3-part movie but that makes it even more excellent! The movies have superb acting from Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Viola Davis, & Bill Hader (also great in the Skeleton Twins with Kristen Wiig) 

*ALL 3 PARTS ARE STREAMING ON NETFLIX SERIOUSLY WATCH AND LET ME KNOW WHAT Y’ALL THINK!!!

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The Talk - Viola Davis on ‘How to Get Away with Murder’ & ‘Womaning’ Up

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Two-time Oscar nominee Viola Davis is attached to star in the courtroom drama “Custody,” multiple individuals familiar with the project have told TheWrap.

“Into the Woods” author James Lapine wrote and will direct the indie film, which will co-star another Oscar nominee — Catalina Sandino Moreno from “Maria Full of Grace.”

Lauren Versel (“Arbitrage”) and Katie Mustard (“Shelter”) are producing “Custody,” while Davis is also expected to produce via JuVee Productions, the production company she runs with husband Julius Tennon.[X]

Viola Davis to Star in Courtroom Drama Custody

Viola Davis is going to star in “Custody”, directed by James Lapine, the author of “Into the Woods.” She will play Judge Martha Sherman, who presides over the custody case of a young woman (Catalina Sandino Moreno, Oscar nominee for “Maria Full of Grace”) trying to keep her children. [x]

During the hiatus from How To Get Away With Murder Viola Davis is going to star in Custody, directed by the writer of the musical Into the Woods —James Lapine— who hasn’t directed a theatrical feature since his 1993 comedy Life with Mikey.

The actress is set to play Judge Martha Sherman, who presides over the custody case of a young woman (played by Catalina Sandino Moreno) trying to keep her children.

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When I tell my daughter stories at night, inevitably, a few things happen. Number one, I use my imagination, I always start with life and then I build from there. And then the other thing that happens is she always says “Mommy… Can you put me in the story?” So, I’d like to thank Paul Lee, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, Bill D’Elia and Peter Nowalk, for thinking that a sexualized, messy, mysterious woman could be a 49 year old dark-skinned African American woman who looks like me. Viola Davis, SAG Awards 2015.