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17
Mar 2019

Rachel Brosnahan’s dream might just become a reality.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maiselstar couldn’t hide her love for Sterling K. Brown at the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Awards in January, with ET even helping to broker an unofficial deal for the actor to appear on the Amazon series. Weeks later, it seems that deal is becoming official.

“We’re still working on it. Still in negotiations,” Brosnahan told ET on the red carpet ahead of Mrs. Maisel’s PaleyFest panel at the Los Angeles’ Dolby Theater on Friday. “Talk to Amy [Sherman-Palladino]. Ask her!”
“I feel like I’m not allowed to have any opinions about the show,” she added, when asked who Brown could play. “Our writers are god here, and they would come up with something brilliant, I’m sure.”

While Brosnahan’s co-stars, Michael Zegen, Kevin Pollack, Caroline Aaron, Tony Shaloub and Marin Hinkle, told ET that they’re hoping to to see guest stars like Steve Buschemi, Daniel Craig and Alan Arkin, creator Sherman-Palladino hinted that Brown is a safer bet to actually happen in season three.

“[Brosnahan] doesn’t have to campaign very hard. We all want Sterling K. Brown on the show,” she shared. “Sterling K. Brown happens to be a very busy man. We love him. We are trying to find stuff that works with his schedule.” Executive producer Dan Palladino agreed. “It would be great. It would be fantastic!” he added.

“We’re massive fans, and we just love him to death, so we would be thrilled,” Sherman-Palladino insisted. “Thrilled, thrilled, thrilled.”
Regardless of Brown’s possible appearance on the show, it seems fans are in for a treat with Mrs. Maisel’s upcoming third season.

“We’re massive fans, and we just love him to death, so we would be thrilled,” Sherman-Palladino insisted. “Thrilled, thrilled, thrilled.”
Regardless of Brown’s possible appearance on the show, it seems fans are in for a treat with Mrs. Maisel’s upcoming third season.

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13
Feb 2019

Disney has released the teaser trailer for Frozen 2! And they have shared that the film will be released on November 22, 2019.


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12
Feb 2019

Congratulations to Sterling and his castmates for This Is Us & The Black Panther for their wins at last week’s Screen Actors Guild Awards!


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08
Feb 2019

E!Online gives this awesome article about the connection between the cast and crew of the NBC series This Is Us.

Sterling K. Brown knows costar Justin Hartley is the only Chicago-area native with a lifelong obsession of the L.A. Dodgers. Milo Ventimiglia is quick to answer “the man loves tea” (specifically peppermint with honey and lemon) when quizzed about Brown’s drink of choice and everyone involved with This Is Us how much Ventimiglia loves to drop a good F-bomb. “He works in profanity like artists work in clays or oils,” jokes Hartley. Never in anger, though, notes Brown, “It’s like pure exuberance of f–k.”

So what does it matter really that Mandy Moore wasn’t aware that of all the emojis she overuses Chrissy Metz most prefers the big red heart or that Brown believes Hartley’s favorite artist is Justin Bieber? As Moore wrapped up the taping of The Hollywood Reporter’s 2017 test, “We kinda know each other….You know what the most important thing is? We love each other.”

What’s not to love, really? Now deep into their third season, the beloved, award-winning NBC drama, which weaves seamlessly between past, present and future to chronicle the trials of the deeply connected Pearson family, is still garnering ratings (more than 10 million tuned in for September’s premiere) and that all-important water cooler chatter, having successfully avoided the dreaded sophomore slump that can befall a show that makes a particularly successful debut. The key, Ventimiglia tells E! News, was sticking with what worked from the start: this idea that people, while certainly flawed, are inherently good. “When something comes out of the gate so strong and they think they need to go bigger and wider…the thing is not to change the formula.”

So they didn’t, striking the perfect balance of wrapping up certain storylines in a gratifying manner (the mystery of Jack’s death could have certainly been dragged out longer than a season and a half), while leaving others lingering just long enough to maintain interest. Inquiring minds still want to know, for instance, what’s going on with future Randall and Beth’s visit to see her.

The cast is equally satisfied, raving about the complex material they’re able to dig into each week. And the pay’s not bad either. In a move once perfected by the Friends cast, the actors who comprise the five adult Pearsons—Ventimiglia, 41, Moore, 34, Brown, 42, Metz, 38, and Hartley, 41—banded together to renegotiate their contracts ahead of their third year. While some of the bigger names arrived on set with sizable paydays, others were making as little as $40,000 per episode. Their salary now: a not-too-shabby $4.5 million a season.

Plus, they actually like coming to work. No, really. Asked by E! News’ Sibley Scoles to dish about who the straggler was when it comes to call times, cast members were stumped. “No one’s late to set,” Ventimiglia asserted. “Everyone’s excited to be there.”

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08
Feb 2019

LOS ANGELES — When Sterling K. Brown was in the Twin Cities for Super Bowl festivities last year, he took time to share advice with students in the Guthrie training track. It was a hush-hush appearance.

“How do you know about that?” he said Thursday on the set of his series, “This Is Us.” “Come on, man.”

After graduating from the program in 2000, Brown would go on to perform in several Guthrie productions and eventually win two Emmys, including one for his on-going role as Randall Pearson.

His interaction with local students last February clearly meant a lot to him. He takes every opportunity he can to inspire the next generation in the same way fellow St. Louis native Robert Guillaume (“Benson”) did for him.

“Every once in a while, it hits me that there are people who look at me the way I looked at him. That’s kind of crazy,” said Brown who also appeared this past summer in the Oscar-nominated film, “Black Panther.” “I want to be able to make people smile and make people think, I want to inspire people to make the world a better place and be a better version of themselves. I’ve been fairly consistent throughout my career about that. Now that I have a more heightened platform and people are anxious to hear what I have to say, I hope I’m able to inspire future generations to have a similar creed in regards to this profession.

‘”I think some people get into it for different reasons, whether it’s for fame or fortune or whatever,” he continued. “But when you have a true love for it and a desire to affect people, it will sustain you indefinitely. I hope that message is passed on clearly to anyone else who is trying to do what I do.”

Brown said he’s been amused by how fans have been reacting to marital woes between Randall and Susan Kelechi Watson’s Beth, who takes center stage in Tuesday’s episode.

“My wife says, ‘Look, if Cookie and Lucious can make it, so can that couple,’ ” he said, referencing the characters on “Empire.” “Randall and Beth mean so much to so many people, in a similar way the Huxtables did. It makes me happy to get to rep for black love. I hope people aren’t disappointed with how it all goes down.”

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08
Feb 2019

ETonline.com has shared that Sterling is one of the individuals who will be presenting at the Independent Spirit Awards!

The Spirit Awards has enlisted some major stars to honor this year’s best indies.

This year’s Film Independent Spirit Awards winners won’t be revealed until Saturday, Feb. 23, but ET can exclusively announce the first batch of presenters now: Sterling K. Brown, Elsie Fisher, Regina Hall, Armie Hammer and KiKi Layne.

Fisher and Hall are both first-time Spirit Award nominees for Best Female Lead, for Eighth Grade and Support the Girls, respectively, while Layne stars in If Beale Street Could Talk, which is nominated for Best Feature.

Hammer was nominated at last year’s show but had to miss the ceremony after falling ill. Instead, his Call Me by Your Name co-star FaceTimed him in during the opening monologue. Brown, meanwhile, is having quite the awards season, most recently as part of the SAG Award-winning casts of both Black Panther and This Is Us.

The 34th Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards, hosted by Aubrey Plaza, will be held in Santa Monica, California, on Feb. 23 and air live on Facebook Watch and IFC at 5:00 p.m. ET / 2:00 p.m. PT.


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08
Feb 2019

I would love to see this match up!

Actor Sterling K. Brown was pretty much a relatively unknown TV actor before his roles on American Crime Story and This Is Us launched him into the public consciousness. He’s now a recognizable face on the big screen that is working with talented directors like Shane Black in last year’s The Predator and Ryan Coogler in the Best Picture nominated Black Panther. When asked if there was a female filmmaker he wanted to work with, he had a name in mind. He responded:

“But the director of Wonder Woman, [Patty Jenkins], which was one of my favorite films of the year — that would be exciting.”

Sterling K. Brown, who was talking about the need for more diversity behind the camera, is a big fan of Patty Jenkins and what she did with Wonder Woman–even calling it one of his favorite films of the year. So, as he told ET, having loved Wonder Woman so much, Patty Jenkins is the name that comes to mind as far as female directors he would like to work with.

Any combination of talented actor and director is worth hoping for and it certainly would be exciting to see an actor of Sterling K. Brown’s caliber team up with Patty Jenkins for a project. Who knows, Brown has already left his mark in the MCU in Black Panther as N’Jobu, brother of T’Chaka and father of Killmonger, maybe he could join the DCEU next in Wonder Woman 3.

Patty Jenkins isn’t sure that she’ll direct Wonder Woman 3 yet, but she already has plans for the film and intends to set it in more contemporary times. Perhaps there will be an opportunity for Sterling K. Brown to join, now that he’s made his desires known about wanting to work with Patty Jenkins. Plus we know that Patty Jenkins was happy for Black Panther’s Best Picture nom, so she’s seen Sterling K. Brown’s work

The acclaim and the opportunities for Sterling K. Brown certainly have increased in recent years and he wasn’t just paying lip service to wanting more diversity behind the camera and for a female perspective onscreen when he was talking with ET. The busy actor has multiple projects from female filmmakers hitting theaters in 2019.

In the fall, Sterling K. Brown will lend his voice to the sure-fire hit Frozen 2. Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee direct the animated sequel. And ironically opening on the same day in November, he will be in the thriller The Rhythm Section from director Reed Morano. Since he’s now put it out in to the world, maybe he can one day add Patty Jenkins to the list of exciting filmmakers he has worked with.

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